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Saturday July 23, 2016

Rutgers Today

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  • Youngest Summer Scholar Ever Finds a Perfect Fit at Rutgers

    Meet Ennyn Chiu, age 9, and her 11-year-old sister Enna. They are studying green-fluorescent protein, Förster resonance energy transfer and other scientific concepts in the Rutgers Summer Scholars Program. Of the 145 students in the program, the majority are high school juniors and seniors so they are youthful standouts among the teenagers in their three-week class.

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What's Happening at Rutgers

  • Summation
    Summation Dance Company

    The Summation Dance Company, a female troupe specializing in a bold physical vocabulary, performs July 27 in a free event sponsored by Mason Gross School of the Arts.

  • Camden portraits
    ‘Look Again: The Young People of Camden’

    Rutgers University-Camden Center for the Arts hosts an exhibition of portraits of 32 Camden City teenagers in the Camden Adolescents Striving for Achievement program through August 12. 

  •  chamber trio TRIDENT
    Chamber Trio Concert

    Mason Gross School of the Arts presents a free performance by the chamber trio TRIDENT July 24 and 31.

  • Jack
    JACK Quartet

    Enjoy a free concert by the new music string ensemble JACK Quartet July 27 in New Brunswick.

  • Pride
    ‘...We Say Fight Back!’

    The Paul Robeson Galleries in Newark hosts “…We Say Fight Back!” – an exhibition of works by Julieta Salgado, who explores social justice movements led by and for trans, gender non-conforming, two-spirit and queer people of color in New York City, through July 29.

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About Rutgers

Rutgers has 3,100 patents and applications under management. Its annual licensing revenue is $15.4 million. Turfgrass generated more than $40 million in royalties in the past decade. The portfolio includes 1,060 life sciences and biomedical technologies.