A Monmouth professor's award-winning app keeps refugee children connected to their heritage.
How one graduating senior is fulfilling the promise of the generations before him.
Marilyn McNeil, a champion for gender equity who transformed Monmouth athletics, calls it a career.
The Hawks' new and former career three-point record holders talk about life beyond the arc.
Afrofuturism is expanding boundaries and possibilities in academia, art, and society.
Professor Walter Greason provides resources for those interested in diving deep into Afrofuturism.
Positioning the University for continued success relies on its unfailing collective spirit.
A new telehealth clinic staffed by graduate social work students is delivering counseling services to the Jersey shore region.
Robert B. Sculthorpe to receive inaugural President's Medal in recognition of his extraordinary service, philanthropy, and leadership of Monmouth University.
Forty years ago this May, Bob Marley died, and Jeff Steinberg '84 was the last person to interview the reggae legend. Here, he recounts the call and breaking the news on WMCX.
News and notes from the fall 2020 semester.
Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Music and Theatre Arts, 1945-2020.
Damon Colbert spent much of his teens and 20s homeless and battling personal demons. Now, after earning three degrees from Monmouth in under a decade, he's committed to helping at-risk children realize their own potential.
Patti Swannack reflects on her 46-year career at Monmouth.
Learning to live with COVID-19.
By Marilyn McNeil, vice president and director of athletics.
By Karen Schmelzkopf, associate professor of history and anthropology.
By Joe Rapolla, chair of the Music and Theatre Arts Department and director of the Music Industry Program.
By John Henning, dean of the School of Education
By Jeff Weisburg, specialist professor of biology.
By Noah Hart, coordinator of first year advising, whose research focuses on the workplace.
By Corey Dzenko, art historian and associate professor of art and design.