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State Tipoffs Involving New Jersey Newsletter for Sunday May 31, 2020 ( 13 items )  

2 Coyne Public Relations Practitioners Named 2020 Jersey Best MARCOM Professionals Under 40
PARSIPPANY, New Jersey, May 27 -- Coyne Public Relations issued the following news: Coyne Public Relations is proud to announce that two of its team members will be inducted into the 2020 class of Jersey's Best Marketing and Communication Professionals Under 40, by the New Jersey Advertising Club. The Jersey's Best Awards honor professionals who impact their respective fields and company, exhibit qualities such as leadership, career progress, community involvement and achieving recognition fro  more

Covanta Holding Corporation to Attend Institutional Investor Conferences in June
MORRISTOWN, New Jersey, May 29 -- Covanta Holding, a provider of sustainable waste management and renewable energy solutions, issued the following news release: Covanta Holding Corporation (NYSE: CVA) ("Covanta" or the "Company"), a world leader in sustainable waste management and renewable energy, is scheduled to participate in the following virtual institutional investor conferences in June: UBS Virtual Global Industrials & Transportation Conference on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. Bradford Helgeso  more

Forbes Reveals Naomi Osaka Is World Highest-Paid Female Athlete Ever
JERSEY CITY, New Jersey, May 25 -- Forbes Media, a global media, branding and technology company with a focus on news and information about business, investing, technology, entrepreneurship, leadership and affluent lifestyles, issued the following news release: In its daily cover story, Forbes reveals that acclaimed tennis star Naomi Osaka has become the highest-paid female athlete ever. Osaka's record $37.4 million in earnings surpasses Serena Williams, who, with $36 million in earnings, prev  more

John Wiley & Sons: Study Finds Childhood Cancer Does Not Affect Parental Separation, Divorce, Family Planning in Denmark
HOBOKEN, New Jersey, May 26 -- John Wiley and Sons issued the following news release: The diagnosis of cancer in a child can be devastating to parents and other loved ones, but in a recent study from Denmark, having a child with cancer did not appear to impact parents' risk of separation or divorce or affect future family planning. The findings are published early online in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society (ACS). Childhood cancer can cause feelings of fear and unc  more

Murphy Administration Outlines COVID-19 Guidance for Seasonal Farm Workers, Employers
TRENTON, New Jersey, May 22 -- Gov. Phil Murphy, D-New Jersey, issued the following news release: In an effort to help protect the thousands of seasonal farm workers in New Jersey, the state Departments of Health, Agriculture, and Labor and Workforce Development have issued guidance on working conditions as well as testing/treatment procedures to assist agricultural businesses and farm workers in minimizing the risk and potential exposure to COVID-19. The nature of agricultural work puts thous  more

N.J. Gov. Murphy and Lieutenant Governor Oliver Announce Short-Term Rental Assistance Program to Help Residents Affected by COVID-19 Pandemic
TRENTON, New Jersey, May 30 -- Gov. Phil Murphy, D-New Jersey, issued the following news release: As part of the Murphy Administration's overall response to assist New Jersey residents affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Murphy and Lieutenant Governor Oliver announced the COVID-19 Short-Term Rental Assistance Program. The program will provide rental assistance to low- and moderate-income households that have had a substantial reduction in income as a result of the pandemic, including th  more

N.J. Gov. Murphy Announces Authorization of Practice and Competition for Professional Sports Teams in New Jersey
TRENTON, New Jersey, May 27 -- Gov. Phil Murphy, D-New Jersey, issued the following news release: Pursuant to Executive Order No. 148, Governor Murphy noted that professional sports teams which train or play in New Jersey are allowed to practice and engage in games or matches, if their leagues resume competition. "Our administration has been in constant discussions with our professional sports teams about a modified return to operations," said Governor Phil Murphy. "While leagues make their   more

N.J. Gov. Murphy Announces That Modified In-Person Graduation Ceremonies Can Begin on July 6
TRENTON, New Jersey, May 27 -- Gov. Phil Murphy, D-New Jersey, issued the following news release: Governor Phil Murphy announced that the New Jersey Department of Education (DOE) and the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education (OSHE) will issue updated guidance allowing school districts and colleges/universities to hold modified in-person graduation ceremonies beginning on July 6. The guidance will include requirements that ceremonies be held outdoors, adhere to social distancing protocols,  more

N.J. Gov. Murphy Signs Legislation Temporarily Extending Deadlines for Property Tax Appeals and Decisions
TRENTON, New Jersey, May 29 -- Gov. Phil Murphy, D-New Jersey, issued the following news release: Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation (A4157), which temporarily extends the deadline to file a property tax appeal to July 1, 2020, and the deadline for county boards of taxation to render decisions in tax appeal cases to September 30, 2020. The bill takes effect immediately and applies retroactively to April 1, 2020. "Our current public health crisis has substantially disrupted many of our rou  more

Rutgers University-Newark's Luis Rivera Helps Congress Shape COVID-19-related Legislation, Policy
NEWARK, New Jersey, May 28 -- Rutgers University issued the following news: Luis Rivera, an associate professor of psychology at Rutgers University-Newark, has been helping to shape federal legislation and policy in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Rivera currently serves as a Congressional Science and Technology Policy Fellow in the Office of U.S. Senator Ron Wyden for Oregon. Through the yearlong fellowship, administered by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and  more

Stevens Institute of Technology Names Patel Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer
HOBOKEN, New Jersey, May 30 -- Stevens Institute of Technology issued the following news release: Tej Patel, a forward-looking leader with more than 15 years of higher education and corporate information technology experience, has been selected as Stevens Institute of Technology's next vice president for information technology and chief information officer, effective Aug. 17, 2020. Patel comes to Stevens from the University of Pennsylvania, where he held several positions including chief infor  more

Stockton University: Creatures 'Quarantine' in Comfort at Stockton Campus
GALLOWAY, New Jersey, May 30 -- Stockton University issued the following news on May 27: There may be few people on Stockton University's campus, but the close to 500 terrapins are still multiplying and lizards are eating their protein to stay fit for the time when they can run on the treadmills again in the Unified Science Center 2. While most of Stockton's staff are operating out of home offices, those who care for the animals and plants in the vivarium and greenhouse still come to campus to  more

The American Psychiatric Association Selects Wiley to Publish Its Open Access Journal Psychiatric Research, Clinical Practice
HOBOKEN, New Jersey, May 21 -- John Wiley and Sons issued the following news release: John Wiley & Sons Inc. (NYSE: JW-A) (NYSE: JW-B) announced that it will publish the American Psychiatric Association's (APA) esteemed journal, Psychiatric Research and Clinical Practice (PRCP). Wiley expands its open access portfolio with the addition of this journal, which will be published on the Wiley Online Library platform in summer 2020. "We are very excited to partner with Wiley to publish PRCP," said   more