A Rutgers’ Byrne seminar encourages students to look closely at their lives in a digital age.
‘Race Whisperer’ author, Melanye T. Price, explains how a triumphant moment in American history revealed our country’s racial tensions.
Rutgers, College of Saint Elizabeth help educators learn how to teach students to work well with others, manage feelings and become responsible adults.
National estimates suggest 20 percent of college students have experienced hunger.
Becoming a city council member has been Andrew Rodriguez’s goal since boyhood.
A Rutgers professor's new book delves into the lyrics for biblical underpinnings that span The Boss's canon.
Rutgers Board of Governors member Candace Straight's input helped inform accurate portrayals in the first female-driven Wall Street film.
Meet Ennyn Chiu, age 9, and her 11-year-old sister Enna.
Rutgers researchers are working with hops farmers across the state to identify best practices for growing and analyzing hops to better serve the growing number of micro brewers opening in New Jersey.
The days are longer, the schedules lighter, and many members of the Rutgers community have summer reading on their minds. Rutgers Today wondered what books are on the top of faculty’s and staff’s must-read lists for the next few months.
Rutgers’ Eagleton Fellowship Program gives graduate students a chance to combine politics with their chosen field of study.
Rutgers' Ethel Brooks was recently appointed by President Obama to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council.
Shirley Yu shot the cover of Time magazine while preparing to graduate.
While studying photography at Mason Gross, Diana Marsh adored wandering with her camera, and she relished experimenting in the darkroom.
Rutgers graduate Gregg Spiridellis talks about why he left behind Wall Street to help start JibJab and how reinvention keeps the web-based animation company fresh.
Shabnam Abedi’s Indian classical music interprets melodies of 19th century Bengali composer for a 21st century audience.
A program tied to the proposed Gloria Steinem Endowed Chair connects alumnae with female industry leaders.
The program she created at Rutgers in 1958 – a community of nontraditional female students – lives on at Douglass Residential College in her name.
A Rutgers study found that a 45-minute counseling session is more effective than interactive education.
Five extraordinary graduates will be inducted into the Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni in May. Find out who they are.