Phoebe A. Haddon takes over as chancellor of Rutgers University–Camden, with the goal of adding to its community outreach and research strengths.
Oysters are thriving in the state, thanks to the work of Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, a network of research and education facilities statewide.
Nenad Gucunski, of the School of Engineering, helped design a revolutionary device to inspect bridges to safeguard the state’s and nation’s distressed spans.
In his new memoir, Raised at Rutgers, Richard L. McCormick relives his lifelong relationship with the university—and his 10-year presidency of it.
How a greater percentage of alumni who give donations each year will help Rutgers rise in the rankings and lend more prestige to a degree.
Rutgers begins competing in the Big Ten • Surviving Sandy, two years later • Meet Phoebe A. Haddon, the new chancellor of Rutgers University—Camden • Celebrating 150 years as the state's land-grant institution
Casey Murphy, the star first-year goalie for the Scarlet Knights women’s soccer team, shuts out top-ranked Penn State in a dramatic Big Ten upset.
Ari Novy is the new director of the United States Botanic Garden.
Alumna Elizabeth Lane, the associate librarian for public services at the Frick Collection, helps scholars discern the provenance of rare art.
Rutgers leads a consortium to research the commercial viability of drones.
Thanks to a $10 million anonymous pledge to the Rutgers University Foundation, two prominent institutes at Rutgers will collaborate to develop "precision" therapies for curing cancer.
Two years after Hurricane Sandy ravaged her community, Dina Long, the mayor of Sea Bright, New Jersey, has overseen a return to normalcy.
Crossroads Theatre Company, founded by a couple of alumni back in 1978 to dramatize the African-American experience, lives on under the direction of another alumnus to provide top regional theater.
Several coaches explain what entry into the conference means and how they are preparing their teams, mentally and physically, for the Big Ten.
The leaders of Rutgers gladly submit to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
The new Honors College in New Brunswick gets set to open next fall, with an inaugural class of top students.
Andrew and Todd Perry, recognized as a top financial advisory team, were good buddies growing up before excelling at Rutgers, and they remain close brothers.
Cierra Kaler-Jones, named Miss New Jersey for 2014, competes for Miss America.
When Meredith Vieira decided to have a new TV show, she knew her old buddy, alumnus Jon Harris, would be the perfect sidekick.
How a professional baseball team’s likelihood of making the playoffs this fall hinged on “team chemistry,” which a Rutgers University–Camden professor has investigated.
Twenty years ago, pediatric surgeon Steven Stylianos oversaw an operation to separate conjoined twin girls. One of them recently gave birth in a rare delivery.
Scarlet red brightens a New Brunswick church.
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