The top 2 percent of graduates were inducted into the Matthew Leydt Society.
Chioma Igwebuike talks about the B-STAR program and how she wants to help young students prepare for college and careers.
A Cleveland public housing site could get a facelift, thanks to Rutgers grad students' proposal.
Rutgers researcher debunks the 19th-century myth that animals are better than humans at sniffing out scents.
Doreen Sparrow, who left Rutgers three times to have children, earns her bachelor's degree from the School of Engineering.
Meet Rutgers graduates who have left their mark on this institution and are poised to pursue their passions after commencement. These students are exemplars of this diverse and engaging academic community.
Albert Appouh, an applied mathematics and economics major at Rutgers University-Newark, has overcome great odds to be the first in his family attend college and stand out while doing so.
Steve Gussman is graduating with a bachelor’s degree in holistic video game development and minors in digital studies and physics, a major he helped design.
Rutgers research indicates that lithium may prevent brain cell damage from occuring after a brain injury.
Honorees were recognized for their significant contributions to the career development of Rutgers students.
Mason Gross senior Theron Alexander wants to be a stage manager – the center of action, not attention.
Dianne Barba, a dedicated preschool teacher, changed her career trajectory after an operation to remove a brain tumor.
Meet some of the courageous women who balanced jobs, child-rearing and schoolwork to get their degrees.
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.
Several hundred black and Latino seniors will participate in the annual ceremony that celebrates the academic achievements of Rutgers' students of color.
Rutgers scientists are part of an international effort to determine cause of the neuropsychiatric disorder.
Sydney Hyder, who graduates from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School this month, has traveled across the country to learn about patient care.
A Rutgers-led team has invented an inexpensive, effective way to kill bacteria and sanitize surfaces with devices made of paper.
Rutgers University-Newark professor researches racial inequality in the congressional workplace.
The program presents an opportunity for aspiring low-income, middle- and high-school students who would be the first in their families to pursue higher education.