Chelsey DeMarino-Ziolkowski '17 found love, family, and community all thanks to a cold one.
A new dual degree program is preparing Monmouth students to work at the intersection of criminal justice and social work.
The Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music at Monmouth University unveils plans for its new home.
In honor of Monmouth’s 90th anniversary, we present this unapologetically idiosyncratic, somewhat randomly ordered assortment of the people, places, experiences, and traditions that make our University special.
Women’s basketball caps its first season in the CAA with the program’s first NCAA bid in 40 years.
Mark Dinglasan, the nation’s first state-level food security advocate, explains why efforts to end hunger need to go beyond simply handing out food.
Just a year after its inception, the women’s rowing program took to the water last fall in historic fashion.
When Anthony Setaro started digging into the history of his family’s emigration from Italy, he uncovered a world of intrigue that had been lost for more than a century. Now he’s creating a multimedia universe that brings that world to life.
An ambitious multiyear project is documenting the rich but often-overlooked history of African Americans in Asbury Park.
On the hunt at Sandy Hook for relics of the past—and ways to protect them in the future.
In 2010, a blown call robbed Armando Galarraga of a perfect game. Now, a Monmouth pre-law class is appealing his case to the commissioner of MLB.
Gripped by the claws of opioid use disorder, Nikki Tierney was convicted of child endangerment. Even after 13 years of recovery, it haunted her every move: where she could work, how she could interact with her kids. So Tierney focused on changing the law—and the lives of others who are in sustained remission from substance use disorder.
When Kathy Brady was just six credits into her master’s in nursing, she was diagnosed with a brain tumor. That didn’t stop her education.
A team of student filmmakers partnered with industry professionals to create a feature-length documentary that tells the story of New Jersey’s largest body of water, the Barnegat Bay.
As chief innovation officer at the American Society of Civil Engineers, Jerry Buckwalter’s job is to analyze what the world will look like in 50 years—and to make sure that vision encourages more immediate change.
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.
Learning to live with COVID-19.
By Marilyn McNeil, vice president and director of athletics.
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.
Entrepreneur Krish Ramakrishnan has made a career of being in the right place at the right time.