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At one of the first celebratory events since acquiring New Jersey’s two medical schools, Rutgers recognized more than 300 first-year medical students at annual White Coat ceremonies. Story
Researchers at the Wireless Information Network Laboratory (WINLAB) at Rutgers University are developing a device that is designed to find parking spaces in urban areas.
Associate Professor, School of Social Work
The inaugural class of Rutgers Future Scholars is heading to college.
Rutgers' incoming class of more than 8,000 students includes 1,000 university Merit Award recipients, 100 Presidential Scholars and more than 300 medical students.
Do you have what it takes to dance all day long? Experienced high school dancers came to the Rutgers Summer Dance Conservatory to find out if they are ready to study dance in college. Watch them in action.
Jean Paul Isaacs knows that filmmaking isn’t the most practical career choice, but he decided to give it a try anyway.
Rutgers University helped start programs that teach teens about farming, nutrition and running a small business. The Youth Farmstand programs support both local farmers and at-risk youth.
The Infancy Studies Laboratory at Rutgers-Newark is learning how the brains of young children—even babies as young as 2 to 4 months old—process sounds and acquire language.
Rutgers professor of psychology, Gretchen Chapman is studying how goals help motivate us and affect how hard we work to achieve them.
Rutgers Business School has named Ronald Shapiro, a veteran real estate and banking executive, to be director of its newly created Center for Real Estate Studies.
With the season of summer get-togethers upon us, take some advice from Marc Kalan – a professor at the Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick – on how to make an effective toast.
David Byrnes will head to Tanzania to work on the link between nutrition and sustainable agriculture.
Robin Brumfield helps hydroponic greenhouse growers gain skills to sustain profitable businesses.
Professor II, Institute for Marine and Coastal Sciences, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
Scientists believe that mosquitoes may be contributing to childhood obesity by reducing the amount of outdoor play.
A summer program provides research experiences for students historically underrepresented in science and engineering, to advance diversity in those fields.
Total charges for an in-state arts and sciences student living on campus will rise by 2.4 percent.