New technology is making it possible for a professor to teach on two campuses at once at Rutgers University-New Brunswick.
One of Rutgers' oldest alumni, Reitman maintained deep ties to the university and helped scores of students.
Rutgers doctoral student's mission is to find answers using computer science and clinical data.
Rutgers’ Prabhas Moghe and other scientists have created a new way to identify the state and fate of stem cells.
Rutgers’ David Greenberg reflects on the communication hits and misses of the Trump presidency so far.
Hébert Peck is up for an Academy Award for the James Baldwin documentary ‘I Am Not Your Negro.’
Rutgers’ Nicole Fahrenfeld leads research documenting impacts in stream water and sediments from a wastewater disposal facility.
The university ranks among top producers of Fulbright fellows at research institutions nationwide.
Rutgers intensifies its focus on maternal health to help reduce mortalities and premature births.
A Rutgers study finds the impact of racist and sexist behavior is broader than often believed.
Screening rates are particularly low among certain groups, including older adults, males and African Americans.
The savings will be shared by more than 8,400 students enrolled across the university.
A Rutgers journalism professor helps students navigate media’s role in writing about social issues.
Rutgers’ Laura Fabris to play key role in federal project to fight influenza virus.
Grace Ibitamuno Obienu juggles three passions – medicine, community health and writing fiction.
Rutgers’ Joel Cantor explains the hurdles to a replacement plan and examines GOP proposals.
Alumnus Paul Gardullo, a curator at the National Museum of African American History and Culture, helps tell the story of a people’s journey.
Chelsie Riche, one of 36 U.S. scholars chosen, will follow her quest for equal access to education for all to the United Kingdom.
A Rutgers study finds toxic proteins doing harm to neighboring neurons.
Did you know concrete is the largest emitter of carbon dioxide of any man-made chemical? Rutgers has developed a new concrete that not only produces less carbon – but absorbs it as well.