Rutgers pharmacy student Megha Shah creates a health education program for women at a homeless shelter – and hits a turning point in her pursuit of a career in medicine.
Rutgers and Duke University professors explore how to improve care and reduce the use of antipsychotic medications in nursing homes.
Rutgers report draws on reflections of former NJ government officials to guide today's contenders.
In this RU@the shore summer course, students gain perspective on the community’s history and culture through walking tours, speakers and independent projects.
From limited English to predicted valedictorian, Randy Roque Sanchez achieves success with help from two Rutgers enrichment programs
Francine Conway, dean of the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, has a bold vision for the future of psychology.
Mason Gross MFA students and the town of Highland Park recently teamed up on a project to make art accessible through a unique outdoor exhibit. Hear from th
A look at the ways students at Rutgers can fund their education.
Specific tuition, fee, room and board charges at Rutgers vary across the university’s colleges and schools.
Good news: We have a 5,000-year record of tsunamis in the Indian Ocean. Bad news: We don't know how to predict the earthquakes that cause them.
Students Artemis and Sophia Mazzini will honor their father’s memory by sponsoring a five-kilometer run/walk on Rutgers-New Brunswick’s Cook campus.
Richard Agag oversees complex microsurgeries in Nepal on his latest volunteer mission with ReSurge International.
Imagine being able to discuss climate change with the State Climatologist or learn about New Jersey’s Geology from the people who map it.
Michael Gusmano, associate professor of Health Policy, Rutgers University School of Public Health
In a new book, a public health expert explores the ethical ramifications of providing care.
Each year thousands of students attend New Student Orientation, where they learn about Rutgers and how important it is to give back to the community.
Debasish "Deba" Dutta assumes his duties as chancellor of Rutgers University-New Brunswick.
Biofuels like the ethanol in U.S. gasoline could get cheaper thanks to experts at Rutgers University-New Brunswick and Michigan State University.
In a new Rutgers-led study in the journal Science, researchers analyze the economic harm that climate change could inflict on the U.S.