Rutgers alumnus Lenny Kaye graduated with a degree in history then proceeded to write himself into rock and roll history - playing guitar alongside Patti Smith for millions of people.
In a new book, a public health expert explores the ethical ramifications of providing care.
Marking its 20th year, DOORS Golf Challenge raises half a million dollars.
Searching for the causes of breast cancer, researchers may have found two new culprits: Hair dyes and relaxers. Read the story on NJ.com.
A positive attitude, deep faith and a multidisciplinary treatment approach are helping Thomas Hebert battle stage IV colon cancer.
The Rutgers Board of Governors honors outgoing chair Greg Brown, elects new leaders and names Richard L. Edwards and James W. Hughes University Professors.
Board of Governors honors chair for his legacy of service, commitment and philanthropy.
Edwards will have the universitywide privilege of teaching and conducting research and educational activities across disciplines and schools.
Board selects alumni as chair and vice chair at its annual meeting.
The chair will focus on the creative and complex ways information technology and new media are reshaping culture and power relationships.
With the Board of Governors appointment, Hughes will continue scholarly work at Rutgers.
Imagine wearing a device that continuously analyzes your sweat or blood for different types of biomarkers, such as proteins that show you may have breast cancer or lung cancer.
The team, including Rutgers Professor John J. Farmer Jr., introduced a training initiative to strengthen ties between police and the community.
A new certificate program focuses on the skills it takes to get along with others, helping K-12 students identify their feelings and regulate them.
TLC4Teens.org, introduced by Rutgers' University Behavioral Health Care, offers a vetted directory of educational websites and hotlines for children and their parents.
The New York Times says Rutgers University-New Brunswick has long been at the forefront of providing services for students facing mental health issues.
Scientists from Rutgers University-New Brunswick and their international collaborators propose a new paradigm that paints a more inclusive picture of the evolution of organisms and ecosystems.
The New Jersey Law Journal named Rutgers Office of General Counsel the top in-house legal department among corporate, private and public organizations in the state.
Chris Gethard’s solo HBO show – Career Suicide – is winning rave reviews.