Rutgers honors the new members of the Hall of Distinguished Alumni.
A Rutgers initiative and a new book provide an education in what it will take to save the Raritan River.
Alumnus David Sloan, of ABC News, is the producer of some of television’s most well-known shows.
Thanks to Rutgers, New Jersey farmers are growing produce indigenous to the homelands of the state’s immigrant groups.
Alumna Mary Norris reveals life at the New Yorker • Inside the operating room with a pediatric neurosurgeon • How to make the right choices in life • George Segal, in black and white
Their interest in journalism was piqued at Rutgers University–Newark. Today, these four alumni are pros at it—applying their craft at ABC News.
Alumnus Richard N. Weeks, the chair of Weeks Marine Inc., marshals his dredging operation to help the United States in its hours of need.
Fulbright Grants and Goldwater Scholarships, once again, go to Rutgers students and alumni.
Alumna Mary O’Dowd is the commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Health.
“Bill Nye the Science Guy” headlines commencement ceremonies at Rutgers.
The Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience at Rutgers University–Newark is renamed after the man who cofounded it: the late Clement Alexander Price.
The university merges its two law schools.
Rutgers and the City of New Brunswick host April events that showcase the best of the university and the Hub City.
President Robert Barchi and Dr. Francis Barchi form the Matthew Leydt Society to recognize exceptional graduating seniors at Rutgers University–New Brunswick.
The pressure to close gaps in funding of state employee pensions may be having a negative impact on support for higher education.
Alumnus Dick Lloyd—coach, fundraiser, alumni relations director, and longtime radio analyst—retires.
Dennis Barth, the head baseball coach at Rutgers University–Camden, sets his sights on a championship.
The former Scarlet Knights who play for the New England Patriots reveal how Rutgers and an NFL championship changed them.
Rutgers University–New Brunswick completes its first year competing in the new athletic conference.
The long relationship between two artists lies behind the photographs of Donald Lokuta—which is the subject of George Segal in Black and White at the Zimmerli Art Museum.
Newest Americans, a documentary series, reveals the global odyssey for many Rutgers University–Newark students.
After 30 years, R&B singer Regina Belle returns to Rutgers to accept her degree from the School of Arts and Sciences.
Alumna Lisa Gersh teams up with Gwyneth Paltrow to lead the actress’s lifestyle company, goop.
Alumna Mary Norris, a fact-checker at the New Yorker, shares her life at the venerated magazine.
Alumnus Gregory Pardlo wins the Pulitzer for poetry.
The rare talent of Rachana Tyagi, a pediatric neurosurgeon at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
SmartenFit, a new app, offers realistic strategies for eating well and getting in shape.
Alumna Sung Poblete works with Ken Burns to produce a PBS series about cancer.
Advances in the biomedical and health sciences.
After being paralyzed, alumnus Joseph Cali is now eager to help others like himself.
The School of Public Health brings students studying occupational health and safety to industrial job sites.
The latest in new administrative positions for faculty.
New clinical and research collaborations.
Philosophy professor Ruth Chang explains strategies for making hard choices.
Faculty honored for research and teaching achievements.
Recent breakthroughs and findings in faculty research.
TAG Day is a new effort to educate students about what it means to be part of the Rutgers community.
Dorian J. Wilson, a liver-transplant surgeon, leads the effort to heighten medical professionals’ awareness to show humanity in treating patients.
Lorelei Wakefield, owner of Doc Momma, answers a need in the health care industry: maternity lab coats.
Gene Muller, the founder of Flying Fish Brewing Co., has put green technology to work in brewing his fine line of beers.
Michael O’Neill, the top executive at Broadcast Music Inc., leads the effort to protect musicians’ rights in the era of free music born of the internet.
After a devastating family tragedy, actor Bart Sumner found solace through improvisational theater, and, today, he helps others cope with similar emotional pain.
Summer vacation season is upon us! As we make final plans, Susan and Richard Pohli share well-tested advice gleaned from trips to 76 nations.
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