Richard L. Edwards, chancellor of Rutgers University–New Brunswick, presides over big changes that are raising the profile of Rutgers.
As Baghdad bureau chief for the Associated Press, Vivian Salama oversees the dangerous reporting on the fighting against ISIS in Iraq.
Remembering two alumni who gave generously to Rutgers, and to Newark and New Brunswick: Clement A. Price and John J. Heldrich.
How Rutgers University–Camden alumni are coming to the aid of the city.
Why alumnus Christopher Gussis has taken part in close to 300 clinical trials in the name of advancing medical knowledge.
The role of Rutgers University–Camden alumni in Camden • Dipping into Rutgers Fountain of Youth • Urban legends: Clement A. Price and John J. Heldrich • Battle-tested alumnae • Fighting pregame jitters
Writing instructor Akhil Sharma discusses his acclaimed new novel, Family Life.
Alumna Patricia Jones Frost, a brigadier general in the U.S. Army, heads up the military services' cyberwarfare effort.
Where a Rutgers bus goes to rest in peace.
A Rutgers University–Camden student, in helping people like her sister, provides information about services for the developmentally disabled.
Rutgers’ two governing boards and the state legislature agree to reduce the voting membership of the Board of Trustees to effect better governance.
New app keeps Newark residents abreast of news and developments.
The Huffington Post calls William the Silent one of the most-loved statues on an American campus.
Ever since his election to political office in 1982, state senator Ronald L. Rice has often challenged public policy formulations—and the politics behind them.
Industrial engineering students at the School of Engineering and their unusual inventions to make our lives a little easier.
New economic index created at Rutgers gauges employment trends by looking at dry cleaning bills.
How athletes at Rutgers cope with pregame jitters in order to perform their best.
The busy, busy world of Scarlet Knights star swimmer Greta Leberfinger.
Student Stephen Saharic brings his baritone to the Boomer & Carton show and makes the case for classical music.
News and notes about the accomplishments of alumni and student-athletes.
Art historian Susan Sidlauskas researches the influences on painter John Singer Sargent.
Alumna Katie Dippold, naturally. The writer cowrote the all-female remake of Ghostbusters.
Book previews of new titles by alumni and faculty.
Performance artist Anthony Brown travels the country reliving the remarkable life of alumnus Paul Robeson.
At New York’s Tenement Museum, alumnus Adam Steinberg leads tours of the Lower East Side to reveal culinary roots of immigrants.
What it takes to stay forever young, according to professor Gary Merrill.
Alumna Ella Watson-Stryker is among the Ebola fighters named Time’s Person of the Year for 2014.
Two Rutgers schools offer a graduate program to assess financial and therapeutic benefits in the health care industry.
New initiatives in the health sciences.
The new Rutgers Scarlet Lettuce has health benefits exceeding blueberries.
Thanks to oncofertility, cancer survivors have a good likelihood of having children.
Petra Ford, a pet physical therapist, rehabs canines.
Advances in the biomedical and health sciences.
Anthropology professor Angelique Haugerud explores the role of this type of comedy in society.
Faculty honored for research and teaching achievements.
New positions for key faculty members.
Recent breakthroughs and findings in faculty research.
Melissa Lee is the cofounder of the Green Program, which introduces students to companies following best practices for sustainability.
Nursing professor Cheryl Krause-Parello researches the healing powers of human-animal relationships to help veterans.
Food Chains, a documentary by Smriti Keshari, chronicles farmworkers’ fight for economic justice.
How hypnotherapist James Giunta helps clients make changes in their lives.
Alumna Kate Reilly relives her two years in Swaziland working with the Peace Corps.
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