Rutgers student Bob Mostello has a doctorate in chemical engineering and 20 patents to his name.
Chelsie Riche dedicates her academics and activism to eradicating the economic barriers she faced growing up.
Acquiring knowledge and sharing it with high school students have marked Talia Young’s journey.
Rutgers art librarian Megan Lotts is changing the public’s perceptions of libraries – one colorful Lego brick at a time.
Though he's returned from the 2016 presidential campaign trail, New Jersey's voters still give Gov. Christie low marks for how he handles the state's pressing issues.
Rutgers research finds transportation is the lynchpin that connects disparate parts of daily living for veterans with disabilities.
Rutgers Business School students launched an effort to help bring schools and sustainable education to kids in the developing world.
Gov. Chris Christie's apparent "small rebound" in favorability following his Bridgegate ratings collapse now looks like a "temporary blip," according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
Haddon, who has served as the dean of the University of Maryland’s Carey School of Law since 2009, begins her post July 1.
A new program combining law, medicine and social work expertise is advocating for families in need.
Despite Gov. Chris Christie's apparent shortcomings handling several key issues, voters generally give him high grades.