A new group graduates from the university’s Recovery Housing Program as Gov. Christie seeks to replicate model statewide.
Van Zandt addressed members of Rutgers' largest graduating class ever at the university’s 251st anniversary commencement. An estimated 17,729 graduates will receive degrees from Rutgers this year.
A new economic impact report showcases Rutgers University’s contributions to New Jersey as a leading research institution that generates $5.2 billion in economic activity annually.
Six student employees win awards, Rutgers Bonner Leaders Program recognized as employer of the year.
New Jersey Medical School faculty members and alumni Jean Daniel Eloy and Jean Anderson Eloy draw their strength from family ties.
Two new books present insider perspectives and previously unpublished photography in celebration of Rutgers’ 250 anniversary.
Susan Goodin will work to develop national cancer clinical trials stemming from collaborative science.
Mimi Gabriel leaves Rutgers with an apprenticeship as a dancer with the acclaimed Brooklyn-based LeeSaar Company.
Mom2Mom provides a peer-support lifeline to New Jersey parents of children with special needs.
Haddon, who has served as the dean of the University of Maryland’s Carey School of Law since 2009, begins her post July 1.
It will launch a new era of nursing education in the state of New Jersey.
The expanded system will alert students, faculty and staff at the university’s New Brunswick campus of serious crimes that occur within the city’s 5th and 6th wards.
Gov. Chris Christie’s budget address shined a spotlight on several initiatives at Rutgers to improve health care for the state’s neediest while lowering costs.
Rutgers senior Jeanpaul Isaacs got a chance to shmooze with filmmakers on the red carpet at the Academy Awards. Read the back story from the days leading up to his big night.
The new Rutgers paves the way for an innovative interdisciplinary humanities course designed to graduate better doctors.
Rutgers scientists are investigating excess protein production in brain cells.
The president reviews the major accomplishments during the first year of his presidency and previews plans for the coming years.
Rutgers is introducing a combined doctorate in pharmacy and medicine, believed to be the first of its kind.
Rutgers' Joel C. Cantor explains how it will work, who should apply and what kind of assistance is available.