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  • Hear Gloria Bachmann, director of the Women's Health Institute at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, explain in 60 seconds why women's health is important to both their family and the economy.

  • Dr. Anthony Tobia, Department of Psychiatry at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

    If Freddy Krueger had received proper mental health care, there might not have been A Nightmare on Elm Street. Students in a new class taught by Anthony Tobia, a psychiatry professor at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, are spending October examining the minds of 31 of the most terrifying characters from classic horror films in a class that is taking a novel approach to educate the next generation of doctors.

  • Watch Rutgers-Newark’s Honors Living-Learning Community featured on PBS NewsHour to find out how the highly competitive program's focus on social justice is preparing students to become change-makers who can improve the world.

  • Rutgers Today, Rutgers News - Birth of a Gender Studies Program - Gail Caputo

    Gail Caputo is the founding director of a new major at Rutgers-Camden that examines the role that gender plays in the lives of heterosexual men and women as well as members of the LGBTQIA community. Learn more about the major that Caputo hopes will influence the thinking of a more gender-savvy generation of men and women in the latest in our series on Rutgers scholars and their impact on the women's movement. 

  • Only a year after graduating from Rutgers-New Brunswick's School of Communication and Information, Julie Tsirkin works at the legendary NBC New York bureau at 30 Rockefeller Plaza as a producer for the lead White House correspondent. Read our Q&A to find out why she credits Steven Miller, director of undergraduate studies in the Department of Journalism and Media Studies, for her success.

  • This week marks the one-year anniversary that the #MeToo movement, founded by activist Tarana Burke, went viral. Tracey Shors, a professor in the Department of Psychology at Rutgers-New Brunswick, who has dedicated her life to helping survivors of sexual assault recover from trauma talks about what she hopes will be next for #MeToo, why she believes it's a beginning and what her research indicates helps women recover.

Rutgers In the News

Rutgers In the News

It Lacks Votes, But Wagner Rides Promise to End School Taxes
The Philadelphia InquirerSaturday, October 13, 2018
Why Elizabeth Warren Is #1 in Our New 2020 Rankings
CNNMonday, October 15, 2018
States Where Black College Students Are Most Successful
U.S. News & World ReportFriday, October 12, 2018
‘Called Back to the World’: An Interview with Alice Walker
New York Review of BooksMonday, October 1, 2018