New entity merges Graduate School-New Brunswick and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.
With victories in two March debate competitions the team continues its national dominance.
Could statistics help detect radioactive “dirty bombs” in big cities, drug-smuggling ships on the high seas and other threats? The odds are excellent, Rutgers professors Min-ge Xie and Rong Chen say.
Rutgers Law School Vice Dean Kimberly Mutcherson shares what she loves about the nation’s founding document.
The largest, student-run philanthropic event in the state drew 1,700 dancers to the 24-hour benefit supporting Embrace Kids Foundation.
Rutgers experts have created a toolkit to help communities across New Jersey and combat opioid drug abuse, a growing national health crisis.
Performance, therapy, ritual and meditation infuse Raphael Montañez Ortiz’s pieces.
Rutgers is revamping its dining hall menus after joining a nationwide initiative to encourage healthier food choices that take a smaller toll on the planet.
A National Academies of Sciences committee led by RBHS Chancellor Brian Strom recommends steps toward making the disease a rare occurrence.
U.S. Rep. Darren Soto is the first Puerto Rican from Florida elected to the House of Representatives.
Rutgers’ Master Teacher Institute on Holocaust Education helps middle and high school teachers in New Jersey become experts in Holocaust and genocide studies.
Rutgers scientists lead research that discovers potential advance for the electronics industry.
Rutgers' intensive outpatient programs provide more specialized care than traditional outpatient programs, such as gender-specific treatment.
A Mason Gross theater alumnus sets the stage for VH1’s “Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party.”
Idea to provide electric-powered rickshaws in refugee settlements beat 70 competing teams.
Lauren Grodstein’s latest novel, Our Short History, explores cancer, single motherhood and mortality.
Perry N. Halkitis is currently senior associate dean of New York University's College of Global Public Health,
A Rutgers study found that a shortage in developmental pediatricians is causing delays in diagnosing autism and other disorders.
Kathleen Lonski sought to fill a void she saw in school programs to deter bullying.
Until now scientists didn’t know which kinds of animals were most affected and what impact their fates had on the food chain.