On Thursday, November 14, at Princeton University, the League of Women Voters, together with Fair Districts New Jersey and the Princeton Gerrymandering Project, will host a town hall featuring members of the California Independent Redistricting Commission.
Architect John Hatch will be a speaker and panelist in the next installment of the Trenton Economic Development series on Friday, November 8, at the Trenton Country Club.
Jane Oates says there are four major forces at work transforming the nature of work: longevity, technology, globalization, and a disconnected education system.
David Rago speaks on the end of the traditional antiques market on November 7 at the Princeton Mercer Chamber luncheon.
Pamela Pruitt, director of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion at Rider University, will deliver a seminar on “micromessaging” and “microaggression” at a meeting of the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce on Friday, November 1.
Isles is holding a symposium, “Lead Policy and the Law,” on Wednesday, November 6, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Seton Hall Law School in Newark.
In January the New Jersey state legislature passed a law that makes Family Leave Insurance and Temporary Disability Insurance more generous, and gives more workers the right to access the programs. When the new FLI and TDI rules take effect in July, 2020, the changes could have a big impact for both employers and employees.
The NJEDA will host a panel of experts on early stage investing in the life sciences on Thursday, October 24, at 5 p.m. at the NJ Bioscience Center incubator.
Bob Gostischa, a computer security expert, gives a presentation on “protecting your digital life” to the Princeton PC Users Group on Tuesday, October 22, at 7 p.m.
A new book by Lawrence resident Debra L. Hallisey examines how a relationship works when children become caretakers for their parents.