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Sunday February 19, 2017

Rutgers Today

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  • The Power of Place

    Alumnus Paul Gardullo, a curator at the National Museum of African American History and Culture, helps tell the story of a people’s journey. Read the article in Rutgers Magazine and watch the video to learn more about Gardullo’s work at the museum, where objects as large as a house or as small as remnants of shattered glass help tell a more truthful story of our nation’s history.

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What's Happening at Rutgers

  • Wind
    Rutgers Wind Ensemble

    Professor Paul Cohen is featured in this performance of the original 1949 version of Ingolf Dahl’s “Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Wind Orchestra,” among others February 25.

  • books
    Book Talk: ‘Soft Corruption’

    The Eagleton Institute of Politics hosts Sen. William E. Schluter, who discusses his book Soft Corruption: How Unethical Conduct Undermines Good Government and What to Do About It March 7. RSVP required. 

  • notes
    Talea Ensemble Master Class

    This new music group coaches pieces by Rutgers composers performed by Rutgers’ HELIX! ensemble, as well as by the undergraduate new music ensemble, Split the Lark, February 20. 

  • justice
    12 Angry Jurors

    The Rutgers University-Camden Department of Fine Arts presents “12 Angry Jurors” February 22 to 26. 

  • peacemaking
    Environmental Peacemaking in Israel

    The Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life presents a discussion on creative approaches to environmental challenges that can serve as opportunities for cross-border collaborations, diplomacy and peace-building between Israel and the Arab world March 2. RSVP required by February 20. 

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About Rutgers

Pathologist Oscar Auerbach’s research was key evidence in the 1964 Surgeon General’s Report linking smoking and lung cancer. The report heralded sweeping changes in laws regulating cigarette advertising and distribution and spawned intensive research into treatment for cancer and other lung diseases.

 

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