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Jul 27 2017

Rutgers' John Cohen says, “I have not seen a greater existential threat to America’s sovereignty and national security.”

Jul 25 2017

Rutgers pharmacy student Megha Shah creates a health education program for women at a homeless shelter – and hits a turning point in her pursuit of a career in medicine.

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Jul 25 2017

Rutgers and Duke University professors explore how to improve care and reduce the use of antipsychotic medications in nursing homes.

Jul 24 2017

Rutgers report draws on reflections of former NJ government officials to guide today's contenders.

Jul 24 2017

In this RU@the shore summer course, students gain perspective on the community’s history and culture through walking tours, speakers and independent projects.

Summer Pre-Engineering Academy
Jul 24 2017

From limited English to predicted valedictorian, Randy Roque Sanchez achieves success with help from two Rutgers enrichment programs

Jul 24 2017

Francine Conway, dean of the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, has a bold vision for the future of psychology.

Jul 23 2017

Mason Gross MFA students and the town of Highland Park recently teamed up on a project to make art accessible through a unique outdoor exhibit. Hear from th

Jul 19 2017

A look at the ways students at Rutgers can fund their education.

Jul 19 2017

Specific tuition, fee, room and board charges at Rutgers vary across the university’s colleges and schools.

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Jul 19 2017

Good news: We have a 5,000-year record of tsunamis in the Indian Ocean. Bad news: We don't know how to predict the earthquakes that cause them.

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Jul 10 2017

Students Artemis and Sophia Mazzini will honor their father’s memory by sponsoring a five-kilometer run/walk on Rutgers-New Brunswick’s Cook campus.

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Jul 10 2017

Richard Agag oversees complex microsurgeries in Nepal on his latest volunteer mission with ReSurge International.

Jul 7 2017

Imagine being able to discuss climate change with the State Climatologist or learn about New Jersey’s Geology from the people who map it.

Jul 7 2017

Michael Gusmano, associate professor of Health Policy, Rutgers University School of Public Health

Jul 7 2017

In a new book, a public health expert explores the ethical ramifications of providing care.

Jul 6 2017

Each year thousands of students attend New Student Orientation, where they learn about Rutgers and how important it is to give back to the community.

Jul 5 2017

Debasish "Deba" Dutta assumes his duties as chancellor of Rutgers University-New Brunswick.

Jul 5 2017

Biofuels like the ethanol in U.S. gasoline could get cheaper thanks to experts at Rutgers University-New Brunswick and Michigan State University.

Jun 29 2017

In a new Rutgers-led study in the journal Science, researchers analyze the economic harm that climate change could inflict on the U.S.

Jun 29 2017

A pioneering analysis co-led by Rutgers' Robert Kopp finds severe costs ahead, especially in the South and lower Midwest.

Jun 26 2017

Masculine stereotypes of the presidency persist, but women’s voices broke through in 2016, according to the final Presidential Gender Watch report. 

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Jun 26 2017

Rutgers researchers say NICU’s need to offer more instruction before taking baby home. 

Jun 26 2017

A $2 million federal grant will allow more services, training and education universitywide.

Jun 26 2017

Scientists at Rutgers and other universities invented technology that could lead to rapid discovery of new medicines and biomarkers hidden in genomes.

Jun 23 2017

Rutgers University is one of 37 universities in the United States to be ranked among the Top 100, according to the prestigious CWTS Leiden Rankings.

Jun 23 2017

Alumna Peggy Gibbon, director of canine development at The Seeing Eye, is used to hearing that she has the best job in the world.

Jun 21 2017

Rutgers alumnus Lenny Kaye graduated with a degree in history and then proceeded to write himself into the annals of rock 'n' roll - playing guitar alongside Patti Smith for millions of people.

Jun 19 2017

Marking its 20th year, DOORS Golf Challenge raises half a million dollars.

Jun 15 2017

Searching for the causes of breast cancer, researchers may have found two new culprits: Hair dyes and relaxers. Read the story on NJ.com.

Jun 15 2017

A positive attitude, deep faith and a multidisciplinary treatment approach are helping Thomas Hebert battle stage IV colon cancer.

Jun 15 2017

The Rutgers Environmental Stewards Program gives the public a chance to learn about pressing environmental issues from the university’s noted researchers – inspiring a legion of volunteers who can make a difference in their communities.

Jun 15 2017

The Rutgers Board of Governors honors outgoing chair Greg Brown, elects new leaders and names Richard L. Edwards and James W. Hughes University Professors.

Jun 15 2017

Board of Governors honors chair for his legacy of service, commitment and philanthropy.

Jun 15 2017

Edwards will have the universitywide privilege of teaching and conducting research and educational activities across disciplines and schools.

Jun 15 2017

Board selects alumni as chair and vice chair at its annual meeting.

Jun 15 2017

The chair will focus on the creative and complex ways information technology and new media are reshaping culture and power relationships.

Jun 15 2017

With the Board of Governors appointment, Hughes will continue scholarly work at Rutgers.

Jun 12 2017

Imagine wearing a device that continuously analyzes your sweat or blood for different types of biomarkers, such as proteins that show you may have breast cancer or lung cancer.  

Jun 12 2017

The team, including Rutgers Professor John J. Farmer Jr., introduced a training initiative to strengthen ties between police and the community.

Jun 12 2017

A new certificate program focuses on the skills it takes to get along with others, helping K-12 students identify their feelings and regulate them. 

Jun 9 2017

First-generation students often have few people to reach out to for guidance, but some universities, including Rutgers, are stepping in to address the gap.

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Jun 8 2017

TLC4Teens.org, introduced by Rutgers' University Behavioral Health Care, offers a vetted directory of educational websites and hotlines for children and their parents.

Jun 8 2017

The New York Times says Rutgers University-New Brunswick has long been at the forefront of providing services for students facing mental health issues.

Jun 7 2017

Scientists from Rutgers University-New Brunswick and their international collaborators propose a new paradigm that paints a more inclusive picture of the evolution of organisms and ecosystems.

Jun 5 2017

The New Jersey Law Journal named Rutgers Office of General Counsel the top in-house legal department among corporate, private and public organizations in the state.

Jun 5 2017

Chris Gethard’s solo HBO show  – Career Suicide  –  is winning rave reviews.

Jun 2 2017

Meet Rutgers alumna Sue Kaufmann, a volunteer tour guide at Ellis Island.

Jun 1 2017

A Rutgers study shows corals rely on proteins to help create their rock-hard skeletons.

May 30 2017

Todd Nichols led marching band programs at Roxbury and Edison high schools.

May 30 2017

Rutgers-New Brunswick engineering students create eco-friendly designs to help curb stormwater runoff.

May 30 2017

Gambling in New Jersey is on the rise and the rate of gambling disorder is four times the national average.

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May 30 2017

Rutgers study indicates that washing for 10 seconds eliminates harmful bacteria. 

May 30 2017

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 and staff members' must-read lists for the next few months.

May 30 2017

Scientists show how groundwater-fed springs – critical water sources for early humans in East Africa – may have influenced human evolution.

May 22 2017

Rutgers researchers have invented a device that detects inflammation in lungs.

May 22 2017

Rutgers’ efforts are cited in a joint resolution sponsored by Sen. Joseph F. Vitale.

May 22 2017

Imbolo Mbue’s novel draws on her journey as an immigrant from Cameroon.

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May 22 2017

Teenagers are particularly susceptible to media messages about alcohol, tobacco and drugs. A Rutgers professor helps them fight back.

May 22 2017

You've heard of a pub crawl – but what about a lab crawl? The Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey is trying a new approach to educate the public about cancer research by giving a behind-the-scenes tour.

May 22 2017

Senior Jennifer Coulter will study computational physics at Harvard University.

May 18 2017

Overall community satisfaction is high, but low-income, black and Hispanic residents are less likely to be happy with local health opportunities, like walkability and healthy food access.

May 15 2017

After excelling as a Rutgers Future Scholar, Terrell Woods wants to pursue a career in criminal justice and serve on the Supreme Court.

May 15 2017

A new group graduates from the university’s Recovery Housing Program as Gov. Christie seeks to replicate model statewide.

May 15 2017

Van Zandt addressed members of Rutgers' largest graduating class ever at the university’s 251st anniversary commencement. An estimated 17,729 graduates will receive degrees from Rutgers this year.

May 14 2017

An estimated 17,729 graduates will receive degrees from Rutgers this year during commencement at its three locations.

May 13 2017

The top 2 percent of graduates were inducted into the Matthew Leydt Society.

May 12 2017

Chioma Igwebuike talks about the B-STAR program and how she wants to help young students prepare for college and careers.

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May 11 2017

A Cleveland public housing site could get a facelift, thanks to Rutgers grad students' proposal.

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May 11 2017

Rutgers researcher debunks the 19th-century myth that animals are better than humans at sniffing out scents.

May 11 2017

Doreen Sparrow, who left Rutgers three times to have children, earns her bachelor's degree from the School of Engineering.

May 11 2017

Meet Rutgers graduates who have left their mark on this institution and are poised to pursue their passions after commencement. These students are exemplars of this diverse and engaging academic community.

May 10 2017

Albert Appouh, an applied mathematics and economics major at Rutgers University-Newark, has overcome great odds to be the first in his family attend college and stand out while doing so.

May 10 2017

Steve Gussman is graduating with a bachelor’s degree in holistic video game development and minors in digital studies and physics, a major he helped design.

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May 8 2017

Rutgers research indicates that lithium may prevent brain cell damage from occuring after a brain injury.

May 8 2017

Honorees were recognized for their significant contributions to the career development of Rutgers students. 

May 8 2017

Mason Gross senior Theron Alexander wants to be a stage manager – the center of action, not attention.

May 7 2017

A Rutgers University-Newark professor came up with a solution to the riddle: How do get men to focus on their health if they won’t attend education events? The answer: lure them with a classic car show. Watch our video. 

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May 4 2017

Dianne Barba, a dedicated preschool teacher, changed her career trajectory after an operation to remove a brain tumor.

May 4 2017

Meet some of the courageous women who balanced jobs, child-rearing and schoolwork to get their degrees.

May 4 2017

A new economic impact report showcases Rutgers University’s contributions to New Jersey as a leading research institution that generates $5.2 billion in economic activity annually.

May 3 2017

Read the story in the Philly Voice to find out how Parth Lalakia was able to find his footing and thrive at Rutgers University-Camden.

May 3 2017

Read what Masur has to say about Donald Trump’s recent comments about the Civil War in an article he wrote for the History News Network

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May 3 2017

Several hundred black and Latino seniors will participate in the annual ceremony that celebrates the academic achievements of Rutgers' students of color.

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May 3 2017

Rutgers scientists are part of an international effort to determine cause of the neuropsychiatric disorder.

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May 1 2017

Sydney Hyder, who graduates from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School this month, has traveled across the country to learn about patient care. 

May 1 2017

A Rutgers-led team has invented an inexpensive, effective way to kill bacteria and sanitize surfaces with devices made of paper.

May 1 2017

Rutgers University-Newark professor researches racial inequality in the congressional workplace.

Future Scholars
May 1 2017

The program presents an opportunity for aspiring low-income, middle- and high-school students who would be the first in their families to pursue higher education. 

Apr 29 2017

An estimated 103,000 people came to New Brunswick, Newark and Camden to celebrate all things Rutgers.

Apr 28 2017

New York Magazine profiles Kara Walker, Tepper Chair in Visual Arts at Mason Gross School of the Arts, who, following her 2014 sphinx sculpture is planning her next act.

Apr 28 2017

The industrial microbiologist H. Boyd Woodruff,  who earned his Ph.D. at Rutgers and whose work underpinned two Nobel Prizes, died at home in Watchung, N.J.

Apr 27 2017

Rutgers senior Chris Wakim, who immigrated to the United States six years ago, has embraced research and volunteerism in a big way.

 

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