Capital punishment expert Professor Evan Mandery will present the annual Alice and Stephen Evangelides Lecture.
NJPothole aims to help motorists avoid expensive auto repairs.
The university looks forward to working with partners around the state to meet Gov. Christie’s challenge to enhance health care delivery under Medicaid and Family Care.
Rutgers senior Jeanpaul Isaacs got a chance to shmooze with filmmakers on the red carpet at the Academy Awards. Read the back story from the days leading up to his big night.
One key factor sets Robert Wood Johnson Partners apart from similiar attempts at health care reform – having the power of a major research university behind it.
The program will introduce students and others to career opportunities within the legal profession.
Rutgers researchers work across disciplines to shed light on an essential question: Why can some people, but not others, quit smoking for good?
Under a partnership with Rutgers, Navy and Marine Corps instructors will lead and teach Princeton NROTC midshipmen on both campuses.
Eagleton Institute of Politics report measures and characterizes the sizable increase in immigration in New Jersey since 1990.
A new program combining law, medicine and social work expertise is advocating for families in need.
New Jersey’s property taxes frequently are cited as among the highest in the nation but high levels of municipal and school spending are rarely responsible, according to Rutgers research.
In a lab at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, more than 15,000 small fish aid scientists in their fight against the disease.
Elizabeth Fanciullo, who spent a decade as a TV producer and reporter, said good-bye to journalism to follow her passion to become a dentist.
When Anthony Sarno, a stonemason, encouraged his son to grow up to be a doctor, he didn't realize he'd be going to college with him one day to pursue his own dream of a health-related career.
Vets4Warriors military support helpline based at Rutgers will now serve all active duty service members and their families.
A web and smart phone application could be the answer to keeping cancer survivors on track with their health care needs.