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Mar 27 2017

U.S. Rep. Darren Soto is the first Puerto Rican from Florida elected to the House of Representatives. 

Mar 27 2017

Rutgers’ Master Teacher Institute on Holocaust Education helps middle and high school teachers in New Jersey become experts in Holocaust and genocide studies.

Mar 27 2017

Rutgers scientists lead research that discovers potential advance for the electronics industry.

Mar 24 2017

Researchers are partnering with New Jersey oyster farmers to see if surf clams can be grown in Barnegat Bay.

Mental Health
Mar 23 2017

Rutgers' intensive outpatient programs provide more specialized care than traditional outpatient programs, such as gender-specific treatment.

Mar 23 2017

A Mason Gross theater alumnus sets the stage for VH1’s “Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party.”

Mar 23 2017

Idea to provide electric-powered rickshaws in refugee settlements beat 70 competing teams. 

Lauren Grodstein
Mar 23 2017

Lauren Grodstein’s latest novel, Our Short History, explores cancer, single motherhood and mortality.

Mar 22 2017

Read The New York Times story on The Center for American Women and Politics’ Ready to Run program and others like it harnessing the energy of newly politicized women.

Mar 22 2017

Perry N. Halkitis is currently senior associate dean of New York University's College of Global Public Health,

Mar 22 2017

As we mark Women’s History Month, Rutgers Today asks students if they feel women and men are treated equally and equally represented in their majors. Watch our video to find out what they have to say.

Mar 20 2017

A Rutgers study found that a shortage in developmental pediatricians is causing delays in diagnosing autism and other disorders.

Kathleen Lonski
Mar 20 2017

Kathleen Lonski sought to fill a void she saw in school programs to deter bullying.

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Mar 13 2017

Until now scientists didn’t know which kinds of animals were most affected and what impact their fates had on the food chain.

Mar 10 2017

Did you get a flu shot this year? If so, who made your appointment? If not, would you have gotten vaccinated if someone else made the appointment for you?

Hasan Usmani talks with Kaiser Aslam
Mar 9 2017

Kaiser Aslam tends to the spiritual, emotional and physical well-being of 5,000 Muslim students.

psychosis
Mar 9 2017

Specialized intervention after the first episodes of psychosis improves outcomes for those aged 15 to 35.

Mar 9 2017

Rutgers and other U.S. researchers say compound may prevent damaged proteins from accumulating. 

Mar 8 2017

Joel Cantor, Distinguished Professor of Public Policy and the founding director of Rutgers’ Center for State Health Policy, Rutgers-New Brunswick

Mar 8 2017

"It gives you the opportunity to sort of lose yourself in the music and be with everyone else at the same time." Hear the incredible sounds of Rutgers co-ed a cappella group Deep Treble and learn about the sense of community students feel when the

Mar 8 2017

Read the op-ed on NJ.com to find out what Debbie Walsh, director of the Center for American Women and Politics, has to say.

Mar 6 2017

Air pollutants are linked to more cases of heart disease than lung disease, says study by a Rutgers co-author. 

Alternative Route for teaching
Mar 6 2017

Rutgers'Center for Effective School Practices offers this creative teacher certification program in seven counties.

Mar 6 2017

Zeynep Uzumcu’s poems gain a global audience after three poems are published in JAMA.

Mar 6 2017

Rutgers study reveals that personality traits influence and help predict receptiveness to smartphone notifications 

Mar 3 2017

Rutgers is only one of two places in the country that is home to a high-tech version of your stomach called SHIME.

Mar 2 2017

The Rutgers graduate has been named to Forbes ‘30 under 30’ list in the retail & ecommerce category.

Probuphine
Mar 2 2017

Read our Q&A with addiction medicine expert Petros Levounis about recent advancements in opioid addiction treatment and recovery support.

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Mar 2 2017

When you’re one of only a couple dozen of people in the country able to play a rare 18th-century instrument, opportunities have a way of finding you.

Mar 2 2017

New technology is making it possible for a professor to teach on two campuses at once at Rutgers University-New Brunswick.

Mar 1 2017

One of Rutgers' oldest alumni, Reitman maintained deep ties to the university and helped scores of students.

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Mar 1 2017

Rutgers doctoral student's mission is to find answers using computer science and clinical data.

Feb 27 2017

Rutgers’ Prabhas Moghe and other scientists have created a new way to identify the state and fate of stem cells.

Feb 26 2017

First-year medical students are cooking alongside Rutgers nutritional sciences students to gain a better understanding of the role food can play in treating patients.

Feb 24 2017

Read about the prominent business leaders who make up this year's inductees in this NJBIZ article.

Feb 23 2017

Rutgers’ David Greenberg reflects on the communication hits and misses of the Trump presidency so far.

Feb 23 2017

Hébert Peck is up for an Academy Award for the James Baldwin documentary ‘I Am Not Your Negro.’

Feb 23 2017

Rutgers’ Nicole Fahrenfeld leads research documenting impacts in stream water and sediments from a wastewater disposal facility.

Feb 22 2017

Alumna Mary Howard pioneered the art of photography set design.

Feb 21 2017

The university ranks among top producers of Fulbright fellows at research institutions nationwide.

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Feb 20 2017

Rutgers intensifies its focus on maternal health to help reduce mortalities and premature births.

Feb 20 2017

A Rutgers study finds the impact of racist and sexist behavior is broader than often believed.

Feb 19 2017

Screening rates are particularly low among certain groups, including older adults, males and African Americans.

Feb 19 2017

Back by popular demand: Brave Rutgers faculty members read comments on RateMyProfessors.com. Watch our video to hear some bad math puns and find out why a professor tells his students to stand in a corner when they're cold.

Feb 16 2017

The savings will be shared by more than 8,400 students enrolled across the university. 

Donald Trump and the press
Feb 16 2017

A Rutgers journalism professor helps students navigate media’s role in writing about social issues.

Feb 16 2017

Rutgers’ Laura Fabris to play key role in federal project to fight influenza virus.

Feb 16 2017

Grace Ibitamuno Obienu juggles three passions – medicine, community health and writing fiction.

Feb 16 2017

Rutgers’ Joel Cantor explains the hurdles to a replacement plan and examines GOP proposals.

Feb 15 2017

Alumnus Paul Gardullo, a curator at the National Museum of African American History and Culture, helps tell the story of a people’s journey.

Feb 13 2017

Chelsie Riche, one of 36 U.S. scholars chosen, will follow her quest for equal access to education for all to the United Kingdom.

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Feb 13 2017

A Rutgers study finds toxic proteins doing harm to neighboring neurons. 

Feb 13 2017

Did you know concrete is the largest emitter of carbon dioxide of any man-made chemical? Rutgers has developed a new concrete that not only produces less carbon – but absorbs it as well.

Feb 11 2017

Five Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick students are carrying out their own brand of community service in Newark.

Feb 10 2017

A groundbreaking study from Rutgers University-Camden on who gets treatment and what impact it has on a child’s development.

Feb 10 2017

For the 100 million people who live within 3 feet of sea level in Southeast Asia, the news that sea level in their region fluctuated wildly more than 6,000 years ago is important.

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Feb 9 2017

Amber and Kevin Fitzpatrick, who met in a mess tent, are pursuing careers in medicine at Rutgers.

Feb 8 2017

It is not too late to get the flu shot.

Feb 8 2017

Van Zandt and LGBTQ and HIV health care advocate Harvey J. Makadon will receive honorary degrees at the ceremony on May 14. 

Feb 8 2017

The board also renamed two other locations as recommended in the Scarlet and Black report.

Black History Month
Feb 8 2017

Students, faculty and staff will celebrate with a wide range of cultural and educational activities, including screenings, performances and lectures.

Feb 6 2017

Rutgers graduate student Cara Faillace and Professor Peter Morin studied evolution in models of invaded ecosystems.

Feb 6 2017

Rutgers student Bob Mostello has a doctorate in chemical engineering and 20 patents to his name.

Feb 3 2017

Online learning is part of the future of education.

Feb 3 2017

Rutgers’ meteorology students will have access to the new StormTracker 4 for their classes.

Feb 3 2017

The grant will help the institute expand its mission to improve children’s health through the study of pediatric illnesses.

Feb 3 2017

After decades of breeding, researchers released the Scarlet Fire, the first Asian dogwood of its kind with deep pink color.

Feb 2 2017

Rutgers' Judy Postmus, vice chair of the New Jersey Child Fatality and Near Fatality Review Board, says the initiative will help prevent infant deaths.

India Public Health
Feb 2 2017

Research led by a Rutgers public health expert reveals poverty and inequalities contribute to premature deaths in India's capital city. 

Danielle King
Feb 1 2017

A Rutgers School of Public Health student and former Marine dedicates her life to improving the lives of vulnerable communities.

Feb 1 2017

Read what a few of the former Scarlet Knights said in Houston this week about why they love Rutgers and the football program in this column in The Record.

Feb 1 2017

Rutgers-New Brunswick students can ‘Halo home’ with the help of caring, entrepreneurial students.

Feb 1 2017

At the heart of America's greatness is and always has been the diversity of its people, Nancy Cantor wrote in an article on NJ.com.

Jan 27 2017

Few millennials – regardless of race or gender – are interested in pursuing elected office, explains Rutgers-Camden professor Shauna Shames.

Jan 27 2017

Rutgers’ Jeffra Schaefer helped conduct study on the potential impact of climate change and rising methylmercury levels on the marine food web.

Jan 26 2017

The film explores Cuban-Americans’ complicated relationship with long-shrouded country 90 miles of the coast of Florida.

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Jan 26 2017

Michael Johnson, Co-founder of Visikol Inc., was named to Forbes' ‘30 Under 30’ list for science. 

Jan 25 2017

From Arizona to Mongolia, Rutgers anthropologists are investigating some of the fundamental questions of human nature.

Jan 23 2017

Jackie Kelly (R ’16), Scott Sincoff (R ’14) and Morgan Parrish (R’16) work together at KVRR-TV, the Fox affiliate in Fargo. Find out how they arrived there "coincidentally, but intentionally."

Jan 23 2017

Rutgers’ Ronke Olabisi is trying to develop biomaterials that can speed healing in space and on Earth.

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Jan 23 2017

Rutgers scientists pinpoint protein in brain pathway that enhances memory and could help scientists discover therapies for dementia.  

Jan 22 2017

Need help getting home late at night after the buses stop running? The Rutgers Police Department can send the Knight Mover Shuttle to help or provide an officer to escort you to your car.

Jan 21 2017

Rutgers was a pioneer when it launched a Recovery House in 1988. Nearly 30 years later, the program is a national standout and has helped generations of students in their fights against addiction.

Jan 19 2017

After ending the first half of debate season on a high note, the Rutgers University-Newark (RU-N) Debate Team continues to gain momentum with a stellar performance and championship win.

Jan 19 2017

Jose Medina is the first New Jersey Medical School student to hold a national leadership position.

Jan 19 2017

Global sea level could rise by as much as 8 feet by 2100 in a worst-case scenario, according to federal report coauthored by Rutgers’ Robert E. Kopp.

Jan 18 2017

Is this form of public protest still effective and, if so, what do organizers hope to accomplish?

Jan 18 2017

Students in the master of fine arts (MFA) program in creative writing at Rutgers University-Camden will now have more time to focus on their literary pursuits.

Jan 18 2017

The Quality Institute and Rutgers-Eagleton explore views on ‘telehealth’ in latest New Jersey Health Matters poll.

Jan 18 2017

Korean pop culture is spreading to Rutgers. HARU, the Rutgers K-pop dance club, is open to anyone interested in learning more about Korean popular music and the dance moves that go along with it. Check it out.

Jan 18 2017

From climate change to Obamacare, the start of the Trump administration raises many questions for the future of policy in the United States.

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