If it’s cold and bubbly, a liquid is more likely to be more rewarding when you’re thirsty.
Three new classrooms introduced as part of technology master plan encourage more student problem solving and collaboration.
Immigration? Climate change? Student debt? We asked more than 200 #Rutgers students about the most important issue in this year's election.
Chelsie Riche dedicates her academics and activism to eradicating the economic barriers she faced growing up.
A Rutgers School of Nursing graduate student is using her personal story to help guide Muslim teenage girls and young women by conducting workshops that teach abstinence.
Rutgers professor Ashutosh Goel has invented a way to immobilize radioactive iodine.
Have you found your passion yet? Are you getting to the gym often enough? Rutgers students say they are facing a variety of challenges. Watch and find out what they have to say.
Rutgers students and faculty are conducting research on a new boat that is turning the nearby Raritan River into a laboratory and classroom. Watch and see it in action.
Officials broke ground on the four-story sports facility and parking deck adjacent to the Rutgers Athletics Center in Piscataway on November 1.
A Rutgers graduate brings an innovative participatory approach to his high school science classroom.
A living donation connects Rutgers’ alumni French horn players following a successful liver transplant.
A Rutgers economist says income inequality is getting greater attention because the issue is affecting more groups in the country than ever before.
Whether it's winning an award or conquering a fear, certain moments stick with you in life. We asked Rutgers students about their proudest moments. Watch and find out what they had to say.
Call when you can; text when you can't. That's the message from Rutgers police and dispatchers who are running a pilot 911 text system serving the university community and Middlesex County. Watch and see it in action.
A Rutgers political scientist says youth turnout this fall could sway the outcome in the presidential race.
Anna Gichan is privy to two special worlds. In one, she wears her hearing aids and interacts with the frenetic sounds of everyday life. In the other, she exists in near silence.
Rutgers Professor Paul G. Falkowski seeks transition from coal to clean, renewable energy.
In The New England Journal of Medicine, the Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences chancellor explores why long-sought access to clinical trial data is underused.
Rutgers health experts say don’t worry about the holidays, it’s the rest of the year that counts.