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1. Feds Award Bergen $4.5 Million to Grow Agriculture Education
PARAMUS, N.J. – The federal government has awarded Bergen Community College a five-year, $4.5 million grant to help contribute to the growth of future food, agriculture, natural resources and human sciences (FANH) professionals.
by post on 06/23/2023 08:44 am - Story - 17,950 Hits
2. Starbucks Worker Asks Labor Board to Review Order Denying Vote to Remove Unwanted Union
Request for Review to full National Labor Relations Board says Regional Director erred in dismissing workers’ petition
by post on 06/12/2023 03:33 pm - Story - 7,243 Hits
3. NY WATERWAY TO UPGRADE FERRIES WITH GREEN HYBRID ENGINES THROUGH NEW FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION GRANT
U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker announced a $7.3-million federal grant issued through NJ TRANSIT that will help NY Waterway convert ferry engines from diesel to hybrid
by post on 01/25/2023 07:19 am - Story - 5,025 Hits
4. NY WATERWAY TO UPGRADE FERRIES WITH GREEN HYBRID ENGINES THROUGH NEW FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION GRANT
U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker announced a $7.3-million federal grant issued through NJ TRANSIT that will help NY Waterway convert ferry engines from diesel to hybrid
by post on 01/24/2023 07:33 am - Story - 5,030 Hits
5. An Accident Uncovers an Undetected Condition
RIDGEWOOD, NJ, August 4, 2022 — Several years ago, while completing an errand, Shari Benedict walked up a flight of eight stairs to reach her destination.
by post on 08/07/2022 09:10 pm - Story - 15,712 Hits
6. Wegmans to Eliminate Plastic Bags Companywide by the End of 2022
Rochester N.Y. – Wegmans today announced it will eliminate plastic bags companywide by the end of 2022. With this decision, the company’s goal is to shift all customers to reusable bags, the best option to solve the environmental challenge of single-use grocery bags.
by post on 04/14/2022 05:42 pm - Story - 16,067 Hits
7. Hackers Wanted: Bergen Offers Cybersecurity Programs
New Jersey State Assemblyman and Deputy Majority Leader P. Christopher Tully (D-38), Assemblywoman Ellen Park (D-37), Assemblywoman Linda Carter (D-22) and Bergen Dean of Math, Science and Technology Emily Vandalovsky, Ph.D., recently toured the College’s cybersecurity classrooms.
by post on 04/02/2022 08:48 am - Story - 33,237 Hits