An estimated 103,000 people came to New Brunswick, Newark and Camden to celebrate all things Rutgers.
Rutgers senior Chris Wakim, who immigrated to the United States six years ago, has embraced research and volunteerism in a big way.
Students from New Brunswick, Newark and Camden travel to D.C. to urge lawmakers to avoid cuts to federal funding for education grants.
Forty-six of AAU's 62 member institutions have developed new programs, education or interventions, many based on Rutgers' recommendations.
This perfect pepper for picky palates is the first new variety released from Rutgers' exotic pepper breeding program, which was formed to create a niche for New Jersey growers.
The pumpkin habanero is the first new variety released from Rutgers exotic pepper breeding program, which was formed to create a niche for New Jersey growers.
Sten Knutsen, 47, is grateful he traded his full-time job to become a full-time student and 'figure things out.'
Rutgers Center for Exercise and Aging celebrates 15 years of bringing students and seniors together in a quest for better health.
Diego Atehortua’s dream is to earn his Ph.D. in Latin American art.
More than 500 student posters will be on exhibit April 28 at the Livingston Student Center.
Rutgers researcher finds overlooked connections can spur both stress and productivity.
Six student employees win awards, Rutgers Bonner Leaders Program recognized as employer of the year.
The study by Robert Wood Johnson Medical School could lead to better coordination among all health care providers.
Spoken word poet Alyea Pierce combines passion for performance and leadership to elevate university’s Mark Conference.
Vincent Petracco has balanced his duties as reservist in U.S. Coast Guard with a rigorous doctoral program in physical therapy.
Scientific research is at the core of what we do at Rutgers.
State Senate President Stephen Sweeney gets a firsthand look at program that aims to be a national model.
Mussab Ali is the 10th selected from Rutgers University overall and one of just 62 nationally.
Program pariticipants design their crafts at university's Makerspace.
Rutgers’ historian and author Mia Bay says the oft-hidden history of lynching has resonance today. She shares her work in a documentary, An Outrage.