NJ Infrastructure

From The New York Times … Can Our Transit System Get Any Worse?

By THOMAS K. WRIGHT  president of the Regional Plan Association   AUG. 21, 2015   PRINCETON, N.J. – THIS has been a tough season for commuters in the New York region: the Amtrak crash in May, trains stuck in Hudson River tunnels in June, subway service disrupted by never-ending summer construction. Still, more than 5.6

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Legislation and Advocacy

Letter from US Senator Cory Booker on NJ Infrastructure

As you know Einstein’s Alley is a member of the Forward NJ Coalition of dozens of organizations bringing attention to the problems of New Jersey’s infrastructure. US Transportation Secretary, Anthony Foxx, has called on the Governors of New York and New Jersey to meet with him to talk seriously about issues like the Hudson River crossing

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Business Trends

From McKinsey Quarterly: Artificial intelligence meets the C-suite

Technology is getting smarter, faster. Are you? Experts including the authors of The Second Machine Age, Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee, examine the impact that “thinking” machines may have on top-management roles. The exact moment when computers got better than people at human tasks arrived in 2011, according to data scientist Jeremy Howard, at an

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NJ College & University News

WOMEN DESIGNING THE FUTURE…

A Celebration of NJIT Women – Past, Present and Future.   See innovative work uniting Tech+Art+Design! Meet women tech-makers who “do what they like & like what they do!”     Nancy Steffen Fluhr, Director NJIT’s Murray Center for Women in Technology is 20 years old this year-and we invite you to join the celebration!

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Career Center

You Can’t Afford to Hire the Wrong People

Advice particularly relevant for young companies by Larry Finkelstein President of Transition Management Associates What is the cost of a “bad” hiring decision? Organizations lose more than money, time and effort by recruiting, hiring and training people who should never have been brought on board in the first place. The Labor Department estimates it can

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Entrepreneurship

Greg Olsen: Serial Entrepreneurial Success Story

A builder and creator, Greg Olsen has started two companies and acquired eight others. Greg Olsen will tell you he’s just an average guy, that he prefers “Greg” to “Gregory.” And he’ll do all this in a room in which a portrait of him as a Russian cosmonaut hangs. He’ll recount his time as a

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News About Einstein's Alley

Einstein’s Alley Joins Forward New Jersey Coalition

Einstein’s Alley has joined the ForwardNJ coalition made up of more than 75 New Jersey-based organizations, representing over 1.5 million New Jersey residents and more than 140,000 New Jersey businesses. This group has come together to raise awareness about New Jersey’s transportation funding crisis and advocate for a solution to that crisis via replenishing the

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Immigration

Immigration: An Economic Driver for New Jersey

(from New Jersey Business – A publication of NJBIA) When it comes to immigration law, there’s only one thing on the mind of New Jersey employers in key industries: H1-B visas. These are the Holy Grail for New Jersey’s pharma, medical and technology employers who need a growing number of software engineers and information technology

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Immigration

Research on Immigration in Einstein’s Alley

Einstein’s Alley is very pleased to be working with Princeton Professor Patricia Fernadez Kelly, along with the CBLI program leader, Trisha Thorme, and Ralph Widner, a member of the Einstein’s Alley Advisory Council on an Immigration Information research project.Working with Princeton students and the information from the Princeton Community Profile that Ralph Widner developed for

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