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  • Former Scarlet Knight and Rutgers Athletics Hall of Famer Carli Lloyd helped the U.S. Women's National Team become back-to-back FIFA World Cup Champions. Read more in The Asbury Park Press about how Lloyd, who competed in her fourth World Cup, helped the team achieve new world records.

  • Rutgers students designed a solar-powered car

    A team of students from Rutgers-New Brunswick who designed and built a solar-panel covered car is competing this week at the Formula Sun Grand Prix in Texas against 24 other colleges and universities from the United States and Canada in an annual solar car race.

  • Rutgers Board of Trustees launched a new fundraising effort in response to findings by a task force that a growing number of students are unable to complete their degrees because of limited resources, while others graduate but leave college saddled with significant debt. Learn more in this story and watch the video featuring Rutgers-Camden student Sam Adepoju.

  • Rutgers Launches Youth Behavioral Health and Well-Being Initiative with $30 Million Alumna Gift

    Spurred by a pressing need for comprehensive mental health services for New Jersey’s young people, Rutgers alumna Marlene Brandt has committed $30 million to the university to launch an initiative that will provide comprehensive mental health care and support to young people – including youth in underserved and underrepresented communities – who have behavioral health disorders.

  • President Robert Barchi talking to students

    President Robert L. Barchi shared some of the most significant advances at Rutgers in a five-year report on the University Strategic Plan, including the launch of New Jersey’s largest academic health system, increased access and opportunities for students and the rise of new state-of-the-art learning and research spaces. Learn more about the update he delivered to the Rutgers Board of Governors.

  • 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 made faculty and staff members' must-read lists for the next few months. Check out some of the answers.

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