The Honors College at Rutgers University–New Brunswick is home for 530 of the highest-achieving first-year students.
Evelyn M. Witkin, a bacterial geneticist at Rutgers for two decades, receives the prestigious Lasker Award.
Rutgers 2030, a blueprint for transforming the university, will enhance the physical attributes of Rutgers.
Alumna Victoria D. Schmidt—94 years young—reveals how to lead a long, fulfilling life.
The new Rutgers Law School—the result of merging the School of Law–Newark and the School of Law–Camden to become one of the largest law schools in the nation—promises a robust and relevant legal education.
Introducing the Honors College at Rutgers University–New Brunswick and the Rutgers Law School • The sound of jazz in Newark • Rutgers goes to Cuba • Top honors to a Rutgers geneticist
Kenneth Iuso relives his long career as the executive university registrar at Rutgers.
Rutgers–Camden business majors reap the benefits of a Disney internship.
As a political aspirant working for a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, alumnus Wes Brooks knows the tumultuous world of southern Florida politics.
A new partnership formed to underwrite high-tech startups will share the building that houses Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick.
Rutgers University–Camden gets top Carnegie Foundation honor for its community engagement
During the university’s 250th anniversary in 2016, alumni are invited to participate in an online course about Rutgers’ storied history—providing their own recollections for the benefit of students.
To mark its 250th anniversary in 2016, Rutgers updates the university shield.
Two popular hybrid species of dogwood, created by Elwin R. Orton, are formally—and finally—named after their breeder and Rutgers.
The Rutgers University Foundation reports another record year for fundraising.
Bipartisan support saves crucial program for veterans.
The value of a Rutgers education gets high rankings.
What it will take to retain the top college-bound students growing up in New Jersey.
When alumnus David A. Werblin, a renowned entertainment executive, signed Joe Namath to play quarterback for his New York Jets 50 years ago, pro football would never be the same.
The Scarlet Knights women’s soccer team had a strong debut in the Big Ten last fall, thanks to players like Casey Murphy and Brianne Reed. Now, they want more.
With a rare mix of athletic skills, Kahleah Copper led last year’s Scarlet Knights women’s basketball team in its promising first year in the Big Ten.
Proposed upgrades at Rutgers University–New Brunswick sports facilities, and a crop of athletes to watch, have fans optimistic about Big Ten competition.
Alumnus Moritz von Stuelpnagel is the director of Hand to God, the Tony-nominated play appearing on Broadway.
The Institute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers University–Newark turns to Wayne Winborne and Vincent Pelote to further burnish jazz’s place in American culture.
The photographs of alumnus Jonathan C. Hyman recount the spontaneous memorials for the victims of 9/11.
Jersey (New) Moves! a dance showcase at NJPAC, debuts the choreography of Mason Gross School of the Arts alumni.
The Rutgers University Glee Club visits Utrecht University, a pivotal influence in Rutger’s founding as Queen’s College 250 years ago.
Alumna Marta McDowell writes biographies of famous writers inspired by their private gardens, one being Beatrix Potter.
Alice Lazzarini, a key Rutgers researcher in diagnosing a cause of Parkinson's, later develops the disease herself.
Alumnus Philip Scarpa has made a career understanding the physical and mental demands on pilots and astronauts.
A new therapy to help substance abusers—moderating the heart rate by means of breathing techniques to quiet the mind—holds out the promise of reducing relapses.
Patients undergoing chemotherapy often report feeling mentally compromised. A new study looks to minimize the condition known as “chemo brain.”
The faculty and alumni of the New Jersey Medical School rally to augment the effort to create two endowed chairs in surgery, named after esteemed colleagues.
Advances in the biomedical and health sciences.
Sally Goldfarb, a professor at Rutgers Law School and an architect of the Violence Against Women Act, explains the ongoing value of the legislation.
New positions for key faculty members.
A White House task force turns to Rutgers to help curb a persistent problem on college campuses nationwide.
Recent breakthroughs and findings in faculty research.
Rutgers invites alumni to experience the mystique of the island of Cuba.
Alumna Suzanne Garber writes a novel, which incorporates tips from executives, to help people find rewarding jobs.
To honor Rutgers, John Lenkey has made a hobby of climbing the world’s highest peak.
Kendal Major serves his fellow Bahamians as a dentist—but also as a member of parliament.
SY Lau, an executive of a Chinese internet company, receives the Cannes Lions Media Person of the Year Award.
Remembering Paul J. Lioy, an expert in exposure science, particularly the effects of toxic 9/11 dust.
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