The university raised $209 million this year, beating a previous record set in 2015.
Jackie Kelly (R ’16), Scott Sincoff (R ’14) and Morgan Parrish (R’16) work together at KVRR-TV, the Fox affiliate in Fargo. Find out how they arrived there "coincidentally, but intentionally."
How well do you know your famous Rutgers graduates? Watch our video and keep your score - then share it with friends to find out who knows the most about alumni who have made it big.
Isaac Woodward, brought up a conservative Christian, was not afraid to have his conservatism challenged, and not afraid to defend it.
Tashni-Ann Dubroy, both research scientist and entrepreneur, rose from chemistry professor to president of one of the oldest historically black universities in the southern United States.
Young families celebrate Rutgers University-New Brunswick Homecoming on the lawn of the president’s home.
As Rutgers prepares for its 249th anniversary commencement, here is a look at the university by the numbers.
Marlene Veloso remembers struggling to read as a child. Today, the Rutgers alumna is an award-winning writer and literacy advocate for inner-city children.
In 2013, after nearly 20 years at Broadcast Music Inc., Michael O’Neill became chief executive officer and added the title of president almost a year later.
Anna Marie Gewirtz is leading the effort to find sources of support that can turn ideas into realities.
Mark Poulton is living his boyhood dream of writing and illustrating comic books and graphic novels, some of them for the gold standard in the business: DC Comics.
April 11-12 is Alumni Weekend at Rutgers Univeristy-Newark
Alumnae Regina Benjamin and Jane Nagy are trainers for Canine Companions for Independence, an organization that grooms dogs to assist people with disabilities.
Alumna Olena Paslawsky, the top financial officer at the Met, oversees the books at the famous art museum and its $3 billion in assets.
Voorhees served as the chair of the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers. His family has had close ties with the university for more than 100 years.
The university is on track to meet the goals of the ‘Our Rutgers, Our Future’ campaign.