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Nov 11 2014

The pledge from the Embrace Kids Foundation supports the recruitment of an academic leader and research in pediatric cancer and blood disorders.

Unemployment office
Sep 25 2014

More than 70 percent of long-term unemployed say they have less in savings and income than they did five years ago.

Sep 8 2014

Two years after Superstorm Sandy, many New Jerseyans remain victims after being exploited by unscrupulous vendors and businesses.

Leaving Circadia
Sep 5 2014

A debut feature film, "Leaving Circadia," produced by graduates of Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts is sweeping awards on the independent film circuit.

unemployed workers
Aug 28 2014

Most Americans believe the U.S. economy has undergone a permanent change for the worse, as evidenced by a protracted and uneven recovery from the Great Recession.

Image of Lisa Ferdinando
Aug 18 2014

Rutgers alumna Lisa Ferdinando has captured the U.S. Coast Guard's highest public affairs honor.

hospital room
Jul 30 2014

A Rutgers team discovered that hospitals in some low-income areas perform better than one would expect.

EJB-post-Sandy rendering
Jul 23 2014

A Rutgers survey finds that 45 percent of respondents were “pessimistic” that Sandy-affected parts of their town would be rebuilt better than before the storm.

Jul 16 2014

The new findings from Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey indicate survival benefit is lacking for older patients given hormone treatment as a sole therapy.

Teresa Cardona drawing
Jul 14 2014

Students engage their creativity by exploring art and writing through an innovative partnership between Rutgers Zimmerli Art Museum and New Jersey schools.

Image of ABC News camera recording in an operating room.
Jun 23 2014

Cameras inside Newark's University Hospital and Manhattan's New York-Presbyterian Hospital document the riveting efforts of surgeons, physicians and nurses to save lives in the critically acclaimed ABC News prime-time series NY Med, begin

Rutgers University Seal
Jun 19 2014

News and developments from the Board of Governors June 19 meeting included the election of a new chair and the announcement of several endowed professorships.

Benjamin Franklin
Jun 5 2014

Accompanying narration using Benjamin Franklin's own words will enhance performance by Rutgers' Distinguished Professor of Music Julianne Baird. 

May 27 2014

After a difficult journey reconciling her identity, Rutgers graduate Anna Phung is pursuing a career to help other college students who struggle.

May 23 2014

Quang Huynh Growing learned to deal with his childhood experiences by weaving hip hop themes into creative writing. But he never lost sight of his career goal.  He's well on his way to returning home as a physician.

Image of Leia Rispoli
May 21 2014

Uncertain whether to attend veterinary school or medical school, Leia Rispoli took a year to shadow doctors and volunteer in hospitals to help her decide.

May 19 2014

Thousands of Rutgers graduates, their family members and friends came to High Point Solutions Stadium to celebrate this year's commencement. Former Gov.

May 15 2014

Meet more than a dozen Rutgers graduates who have left their mark on this institution and are poised to pursue their passions – from medicine to music – after graduation. These students are exemplars of this diverse and engaging academic community

Peter March
May 15 2014

Rutgers' new arts and sciences dean has a long career in academic administration and experience with the National Science Foundation.