The Mason Gross School of the Arts alumni starring as comics characters in new TV and film presentations.
“Black on the Banks" relives life in the 1960s for African-American students at Rutgers University–New Brunswick.
Alumnus Carl Safina, a renowned animal behaviorist, reveals the capacity of animals to think and feel.
The vast role of Rutgers in providing health care for New Jersey's inmate population.
Marvel-Us alumni star as comic book characters on the big screen • The African-American student experience in the 1960s • New leadership for the Scarlet Knights • Backstage at the musical Hamilton • A sure test for Lyme? • Rutgers' 250 anniversary celebration begins
Ann Treadaway is the new director of the Office of Veteran and Military Programs and Services.
Rutgers University–Camden and Rutgers University–Newark offer tuition waivers.
Barbara Callaway is providing for the future study of women in politics.
Two cooks—married for close to 70 years and each eclipsing 100 years of age—worked at Rutgers for three decades.
Get those smartphones out and take part in three photography campaigns.
From exhibitions to smartphone applications, stay abreast of the yearlong anniversary celebration.
President Obama visits Rutgers University–Newark to promote improvements in criminal justice.
Rutgers University–New Brunswick climbs to number 60 in the world.
Rutgers Day to take place in New Brunswick—and also in Newark and Camden.
The legislative session ends on a high note for Rutgers.
Fall events kick off the start of a year’s worth of celebrating the 250th anniversary of Rutgers.
Patrick E. Hobbs is named the new athletic director at Rutgers University-New Brunswick.
The Scarlet Knights baseball and softball teams are getting a new indoor practice facility.
The 2015 Scarlet Knights women’s soccer team had another banner season in the Big Ten.
Soccer superlatives at Rutgers University–Camden and Rutgers University–Newark.
Chris Ash takes over to lead the Scarlet Knights on the gridiron.
The rigors of off-season training spell success for athletes participating in spring sports.
Behind scoring phenom Jason Wright, men's Scarlet Knights soccer excels.
Alumna Stephanie Klemons and her big dance role in the Broadway hit Hamilton.
Two alumnae of Rutgers University–Camden write about life in strife-ridden Nigeria and the West Bank.
Rutgers University–Camden unveils the Writers House—now home for the M.F.A. program in creative writing.
Rutgers researchers are on the cusp of introducing an accurate test for Lyme disease.
The Minority Biomedical Research Support program at Rutgers University–Newark inspires minority students.
How a nurse-managed community health center in Newark housing developments helps its residents.
Advances in the biomedical and health sciences.
The New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame honors three faculty members.
A new class of therapies deploys viruses as the secret weapon in fighting melanoma.
The proposed Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services will help meet the growing demand for programs and services for adults with autism.
New clinical and research collaborations.
Why aren't we better prepared for natural and man-made diasters, and what form will they take?
Recent findings in faculty research.
New outdoor laboratory can simulate bridge deterioration in order repair aging infrastructure.
New collaborations between Rutgers and funding agencies.
Alumna Florence Klecha, a wild-animal keeper at the Bronx Zoo, discusses her expertise during an Alumni on Location event.
Reliving a 19th-century dining challenge between aficionados in New York and Philadelphia that put America on the culinary map.
Jillian C. Barrick is prevailing in the male-dominated field of city administration.
Find out what's going with the Rutgers University Alumni Association.
Dedicated alumni houses in the works at Rutgers University–Camden and Rutgers University–Newark.
Sign language interpreter Victor Collazo has worked with politicians, medical patients, and even the Pope.
Cardiac specialist William Kostis saves the life of Shawn Fohs, who had a rare heart malfunction.
Where We Belong: The benefits of membership in the Big Ten.
That Revolutionary Spirit: Alexander Hamilton and Rutgers.
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