The 2016 New Jersey Forum will take place November 18-19 at the College of Saint Elizabeth in Morristown.
New Jersey Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal showcases academic talks, reviews, articles and more.
This spring, Rachel Dukeman will cover the best ways to use social media and digital media marketing to enhance grant proposals, fundraising campaigns, audience participation, and communicating your brand to a larger audience online.
The program entitles New Jersey nonprofit organizations to receive free professional evaluations of collections, storage, and exhibition areas.
On the verge of releasing its Winter 2016 issue, the journal is now accepting submissions for Summer 2016.
The Morristown & Morris Township Library invites you to explore an exhibit that details the lives of those who came to Morristown seeking wealth, redemption, conflict, or a new beginning.
Nominations are due August 31, 2015.
The workshops will be offered in three locations this September.
The New Jersey Historical Commission is now accepting nominations for the Mildred Barry Garvin Prize, an annual award given to a New Jersey teacher, guidance counselor, or school librarian for outstanding teaching of African American history at an grade level between kindergarten and high school.
The New Jersey Historical Commission has announced it will now accept Declarations of Intent for 2015 Round II Minigrants.