Rutgers celebrates the five new members of the Hall of Distinguished Alumni for their professional and civic achievements as they honor Rutgers.
Rutgers enters the nation’s top athletic conference—and its esteemed research and teaching consortium.
Nancy Cantor, the new chancellor of Rutgers University–Newark, explains the importance of civic engagement.
A new book by alumnus Phillip Buehler documents the decline of Greystone Park State Hospital and its most famous patient, folksinger Woody Guthrie.
Introducing the inductees into the Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni • Rutgers enters the Big Ten • Meet Nancy Cantor, the new chancellor of Rutgers University–Newark • The photography of alumnus Phillip Buehler
Alumnus Steve Vaccaro, an attorney who is changing how automobiles, pedestrians, and cyclists share the streets of New York City, specializes in motorist negligence.
Who better to know the fine art of persuasion than a trial lawyer?
President Robert Barchi unveils a five-year strategic plan to vault Rutgers to eminence among the nation’s top public universities.
In a memorable commencement, the university honors its first class of graduates of the new Rutgers.
Rutgers students are singled out for top national and international honors.
Resident assistants reflect on the challenge of taking responsibility for a floor full of students.
Nimesh Jhaveri, a top executive at Walgreens, shows his gratitude to Rutgers by chairing the Board of Trustees health affairs committee.
Branch Brook Park in Newark and Belleville, now home to the largest cherry tree collection in the United States, benefits from the assistance of Rutgers volunteers.
Clement Price, longtime professor of history at Rutgers University–Newark, was recently named the City of Newark’s official historian.
Whether it's softball or baseball, pitchers have to be masters of deception in order to fool the hitters.
For 150 years, the sight of rowing shells on the waters of the Raritan River has reflected the hard work, and joy, of men’s crew teams, with many rowers becoming Olympians.
A round up of athletes and their achievements universitywide.
Donna Young and Samantha Moyal represent two generations of golfers for the Scarlet Knights, with similar, but mostly very different, experiences.
Alumnus Alan Goldberger, an attorney and lifelong referee of amateur sports, advocates for officials who, in this day of hypercompetition, are often under threat.
Ross Kauffman won the U.S. documentary cinematography award at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival—the latest recognition of his talents as a documentarian.
Rutgers University–Camden hosts its inaugural comic book festival, the Camden Comic Con.
Events leading to the Civil Rights Act of 1964 were spurred by many, among them six African-American women whose rare artistry underscored the movement.
Jeanpaul Isaacs—who just graduated and was acknowledged at the Oscars for his films—embarks on a promising career.
The New York area is awash in wildflowers. And alumna Mariellé Anzelone, the founder of NYC Wildflower Week, is their champion.
Bonita Mangura is the director of international activities at the Global Tuberculosis Institute, part of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School.
Anne Mosenthal, the chair of the Department of Surgery at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, is one of just five women nationwide leading academic surgery at a medical school.
Alumnus Douglas Michels is the top executive of OraSure, the company behind OraQuick, a simple self-administered test to diagnose HIV at home.
Developments in the biomedical and health sciences.
Learning to draw blood, helpful in any field of health care, can be daunting. That’s where Rutgers School of Health Related Professions comes in.
Janet Golden, of the Department of History at Rutgers University–Camden, is a blogger for The Public's Health, part of philly.com.
The behavior of teenaged daughters can try the patience of mothers, who now have a new means for communicating with them to help avoid the rough spots.
New clinical and research collaborations
Assistant professor Vikki Katz explores the complicated role of "child brokers," the offspring of immigrants who serve as their eyes and ears in trying to understand a new culture.
New collaborations between Rutgers and funding agencies.
Faculty honored for research and teaching achievements.
New positions for key faculty and staff.
New Jersey State Senator Raymond Lesniak is the longest-serving alumnus in the legislature, a tenure that has been marked by his unabashed advocacy for progressive causes dear to him.
Trained as a physician assistant, Michelle Cifelli then got a medical training like no other by caring for U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
Mark Poulton writes and illustrates comic books and graphic novels, many for the standard-bearer, DC Comics.
Rutgers’ participation in the Capital Alumni Softball League brings graduates together for fun and sun.
Doug Keiles, proprietor of Ribs Within, is a force to be reckon with in the world of competitive barbecue.
One University, Four Unique Missions
There’s Something Happening Here
Former New Jersey governor Thomas H. Kean and Eric LeGrand address the largest graduating class in Rutgers history—an estimated 16,431 graduates—during Commencement 2014.
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