From Book Editor to Lawyer, a Gamble Pays Off
Judith McCarthy graduates from Rutgers School of Law-Newark with a position at a national firm....
Rutgers Study Shows Depleted Fish Stocks Can Come Back from the Brink
Fish stocks that have been depleted for decades can find their own way back to healthy levels if timely limits are put on their catch, Rutgers scientists say.
Rutgers Confers More than 14,000 Degrees at its 247th CommencementView Full Item
Rutgers Names Julie Hermann Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Following a national search, Hermann was selected from a pool of 63 candidates. Her appointment is effective Monday, June 17. She is the first woman to serve in this capacity at Rutgers.View Full News Release
Rutgers Recognizes Achievements of Student Scholarship, Fellowship, Grant Winners
Rutgers recognized its Fulbright winners – the most it has received in a single year – along with students who received other prestigious awards during a ceremony Thursday.View Full Item
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Gives $12.5 Million to Rutgers to Support Integration With UMDNJ
Rutgers’ Army ROTC Commissioning May 21
By summer's end, 30 cadets from Rutgers' Army and Air Force ROTC programs will be commissioned as second lieutenants.View Full News Release