Author: Leslie Garisto Pfaff

The first thing that strikes you about Gensler’s streamlined Morristown office is the lack of doors.

Seen in: Jersey Living

At Caldwell College, the wife-and-husband team of Sharon and Ken Reeve are addressing the shortage of teachers trained to modify the behavior of children with autism.

Seen in: Health, Towns & Schools

Nassau Hall has housed its share of independent thinkers. For a few tumultuous months in 1783, Princeton University’s oldest building was home to the entire U.S. government, and the Continental Congress once convened in its second-floor library.

Seen in: Jersey Celebrities, Jersey Living

One Father’s Crusade

October 14, 2008

New Jersey is in the vanguard of brain-injury research and treatment thanks in part to the vision and dedication of Clifton resident Dennis Benigno. Dennis dedicated himself to the cause after his son was struck by a car and severely injured.

Seen in: Top Doctors

as research begins to unlock the secrets of traumatic brain injury, many puzzles remain. an in-depth look at exciting new medical research focusing on how the brain operates.

Seen in: Top Doctors

They rode in on a tide of hope. A decade later, the promise of New Jersey’s charter schools is only partially fulfilled.

Seen in: Towns & Schools

All That Buzz

February 8, 2008

A tiny Asian pest is threatening crops across New Jersey. Sounds like a job for Paul Raybold, the official state beekeeper.

Seen in: Jersey Celebrities, Jersey Living


January 30, 2008

Seen in: Jersey Living

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