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Dec 14 2016

“I’ve been a vegetarian since 1973 and a vegan since the end of last summer. My cardiologist suggested I make the change because I had a 95-percent blockage. For someone whose life revolves around food it can be difficult.

Dec 12 2016

Rutgers neuroscientists have established that the use of psychotropic medications to treat autism in children often makes neuromotor problems worse. 

Dec 12 2016

The Student Entrepreneur of the Year 2016, Rahul Anand runs a successful company at Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick.

Dec 12 2016

Planet Money producer Alex Goldmark enjoys unraveling complicated concepts and making learning fun.

Dec 11 2016

Rutgers students are quick to share their opinions on everything from the food to the music in the university’s dining halls.

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Dec 8 2016

His family life shattered as a child when his father became ill, Xianyi Gao determined that education was critical, motivating him toward the doctoral degree he'll complete this spring.

Dec 8 2016

The students demonstrated a grasp of economics that propelled the team to the top of a tough national competition.

Dec 8 2016

Travel blogger Victoria Gonzales has made it to 30 countries in the past five years.

Dec 7 2016

Brian Strom, Executive Vice President of Health Affairs and Chancellor of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences

Dec 6 2016

The chair is funded through a $2 million challenge grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and additional donations.

Mukesh Patel and 3 students in Innovation Lab.
Dec 5 2016

A successful entrepreneur and mentor discusses how Honors College students are learning to tackle complex and global problems in tangible ways.  

Dec 5 2016

Rutgers student Kaysie Getty was recognized for her efforts to improve the lives of foster care youth. 

Dec 5 2016

Professor Mark Croft and physics support specialist David Maiullo – star of Off-Broadway’s ‘That Physics Show’ – present jaw-dropping physics demos and shows.

Online accessibility for the disabled
Dec 5 2016

From using more legible fonts to providing captions for images, new Rutgers guidelines are making curriculums more accessible.

Dec 4 2016

New Jersey's diverse population has increased demand for a wide variety of hot peppers. Rutgers researchers are developing peppers for all tastes - from a mild Poblano to the mouth-scorching Trinidad Scorpion.

Dec 1 2016

Rutgers has begun offering free training to help New Jersey police departments deal with addiction. 

Dec 1 2016

The work is aimed at devising drug therapies to use if deadly chemical poisons were released into the general population.

Nov 30 2016
Members of the Rutgers community hosted international students for the Thanksgiving holiday. Watch and find out what it's like to experience the traditional American holiday for the first time.

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