Rutgers historian Jennifer Mittelstadt says the military has relied on cash bonuses more heavily to quickly recruit and retain people in needed occupational specialties.
New Jersey Vet2Vet provides a peer-support lifeline to New Jersey veterans.
University Behavioral Health Care’s Veterans Total Care Initiative connects New Jersey vets with hospitals and doctors’ offices, cutting down wait time.
Rutgers research finds transportation is the lynchpin that connects disparate parts of daily living for veterans with disabilities.
This summer, Rutgers University–Newark (RU–N) invites military veterans and other adult learners to embark on an educational fast track towa
Michael Klaser served 10 years in the Navy, specializing in sophisticated Sonar technology aboard the USS Tennessee.
What does the Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans Act really mean for veterans?
Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School has put itself out in front in a nationwide effort to train health care providers to improve care for veterans and their families.
On Nov. 12 an afternoon of free public programs at RU-N will address issues of interest to veterans of all eras.
When you've handled life and death in war, an exam in the classroom doesn't seem like such a big deal. But some veterans say succeeding in classes and fitting in were their biggest concerns when they came to Rutgers as nontraditional students.
The Lumina Foundation has commended Rutgers for easing the transition of returning veterans.
Peer support program operated by Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care receives Pro Patria Award.