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Currently, PCUA has nine board members and NJCU has eight, according to their respective websites.
The bonds are a general unsecured obligation of NJCU, payable from all legally available funds.
To further embrace its role as a catalyst for change, NJCU is investing in both the university's and the city's infrastructure.
The NJCU School of Business will be located in the hub of Jersey City's financial district, on Hudson Street and across from lower Manhattan.
Patel (NJCU class of 1989) and his brother Chintu founded Amneal Pharmaceuticals in 2002.
Helping more students persist to graduation at Hispanic-serving NJCU is a priority for Hernandez.
* The program is delivered statewide using a uniform curriculum that meets both current and new state code requirements, with regular meetings of, and communications among, instructors and community-college and NJCU faculty.
Harry Moore Laboratory School, founded in 1931, functions under the direction of NJCU's College of Education and is accredited by the New Jersey Department of Education.
"This regional symposium is a particularly valuable opportunity for professionals and NJCU students to network with leading experts in the field," Scott Fisher, co-chair of the Professional Security Studies Department, said in a statement.
The market-rate housing and associated amenities, including on-site structured parking, are the result of a collaboration among Jersey City, NJCU, and the private development team of Circle Squared and a PRC Group affiliate.
NJCU posted a slight deficit in fiscal 2015 and expects roughly breakeven 2016 results, down from moderate surpluses in recent years.
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