Welcome, everyone, to another edition of The Weekender.
Choose New Jersey made a strong choice yesterday in selecting NJEDA CEO Michele Brown to fill the very big shoes left by Tracye McDaniel as the new Choose New Jersey CEO. We look forward to working with Michele to bring more life sciences companies to New Jersey.
This week, two New Jersey institutions made important announcements. BioNJ Member
Rider University, located in Lawrenceville, announced that they have created a new degree in Health Care Management and Golda Och Academy in West Orange is planning to build a center to educate its upper school students in the STEM – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics – curriculum. The fostering of education from younger to older individuals will only help strengthen our New Jersey ecosystem. Thank you to both institutions, as well as all the other New Jersey institutions for their commitment to making the New Jersey ecosystem as strong as it can be.
Don’t forget that BioNJ’s Annual Dinner Meeting and Innovation Celebration is only a few short weeks away on February 5. Make sure you register today to take advantage of Early Bird Rates that end today.
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