PARAMUS, N.J. – Bergen Community College professor Luis Jimenez, Ph.D., and four students had their research on microbial fuel cells published in the journal Bios, the journal of the Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society.
Responding to an appeal by County Executive James Tedesco for donations of personal protective equipment (PPE), Hackensack Riverkeeper today delivered fifteen boxes of exam gloves to help support frontline healthcare workers in the battle against COVID-19.
PARAMUS, N.J. – Bergen Community College’s visual and performing arts departments, the fashion apparel design program and Gallery Bergen will host a virtual presentation of the student art show, “BCC Student Virtual Art Expo 2020: Imagine, create, share: repeat,” through an online exhibition.
In response to the growing Coronavirus pandemic and projected surge of patients in Northern New Jersey, St. Joseph’s Health, in conjunction with Community Healthcare Associates (CHA), is opening acute care hospital beds at Barnert Medical Arts Complex, the former Barnert Hospital in Paterson.
PARAMUS, N.J. – The COVID-19 pandemic altered the spring 2020 semester in ways that defied imagination among higher education institutions. But in spite of these challenges, Bergen Community College students, faculty and staff persevered to participate in robust online learning experiences that proved COVID-19 cannot stop education.
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. - April 2 - This moment is unlike anything that almost any of us has ever experienced. The tally of sick and deceased mounts higher every day. We turn on the news or look out our windows to see empty streets and darkened buildings.
Princeton, N.J. – Committed to keeping its doors opened and its shelves stocked during this time of uncertainty, Wegmans Food Markets is hiring for more than 500 part- and full-time positions throughout its nine New Jersey stores.