Michael Barnathan’s expertise in machine learning has taken him from Google to Facebook and beyond.
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.
A trip down memory lane and through the West End to revisit some of our favorite college hot spots.
Major League Lacrosse MVP Bryce Wasserman is all about making the most of the moment.
Jeana Piscatelli, the first woman to be elected chair of Monmouth University’s Board of Trustees, is right where she wants to be: helping to guide her alma mater to new heights.
A NASCAR jack man details life in the fast lane.
After losing her mother to domestic violence, Sarah Ripoli '14 launched a clothing brand to raise funds and awareness for other victims.
Evacuated because of the pandemic, two alumnae Peace Corps volunteers vow to return to their posts.
Professor Emeritus of English, 1930–2019.
How Ishita Bhattacharya went from pre-med to pioneering choreographer.
Sophia Lewin doesn’t look like your average football coach. That’s because she’s not.
Gillian Shaw's app takes prenatal care into the digital age.
Emeritus associate professor of speech, communication, and mass media, 1939-2019.
Corporate efficiency expert Bary Sherman explains how anyone can carpe diem.
How the great recession helped launch one alumna’s music career.
Professor of Computer Science and Software Engineering, 1956–2019.
Emeritus Professor of History and Former Dean, 1931-2019.
Rodney Salomon and Mychal Mills are using holistic intervention to help children in at-risk communities steer clear of trouble.
Alumni Association honors three alumni during Reunion Weekend.
PR maven Cassie Galasetti helps you
stand out from the crowd.
Karen Silva is training health care workers in Los Angeles to spot and assist individuals trapped in labor and sex trafficking operations.
Brad Hennessy takes you behind the scenes at “Good Morning America.”