Life and career coach Bailey Frumen has dedicated her life to helping others find meaning and fulfillment in their lives.
Terik Tidwell draws on his considerable experience in inclusive innovation to enhance the nation's competitiveness in science and technology.
The January 2021 graduate is an associate research scientist at Bristol Myers Squibb.
Three tips from Bailey Frumen, CEO and founder of Mindrise.
Bayaan Oluyadi ’13 was elected president of the Monmouth University Alumni Association Board of Directors.
Jack Howell ’66 helps teens struggling with trauma to rise above their circumstances.
Denisse Quintanilla ’22 is a bilingual news producer for KSN-TV in Wichita, Kansas.
At Monmouth, data scientist Michelle Grushko ’15 fell in love with the idea that you can answer nearly any question with the proper research design and data analysis.
The May 2022 graduate is a bilingual news producer for KSN-TV in Wichita, Kansas.
Monmouth hosted the Gala at the Great Hall on Saturday, Dec. 3, to raise vital support for the Access Fund, which helps fund scholarships for students with unmet financial need.
Joey Cioffi, CEO and founder of the rapidly expanding Salad House franchise, explains why his family is the secret to his success.
Zack Sandler '20 is a producer at award-winning photographer Danny Clinch's Transparent Clinch Gallery.
The Alumni Association honored three graduates for their professional accomplishments and service to the University during Alumni Weekend in June
Jaclyn Isaac ’09 made a career switch that harnesses her passion for interior design.
Arthur Paolella is studying which 3D-printed materials can survive the harsh environment of space. What he learns could advance satellite technology.
Lexi Todd ’13 has found success in the music industry by pursuing her passions.
Michael Barnathan’s expertise in machine learning has taken him from Google to Facebook and beyond.
Five tips from Stephen Gerard ’89M.
Jamilah McMillan ’17, a first-year law student and Public Interest Scholar at Berkeley, is committed to helping marginalized communities that are disproportionately affected by the criminal justice system.
Victoria Nelli is taking full advantage of her Monmouth education to pursue her ultimate goal of becoming a TV writer in L.A.
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.
From the school nurse’s office to the statehouse, Eileen Gavin is helping to shape how we tackle public health issues.
Mike and Barbara Farragher are helping others write their own happy endings.