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The School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR) will be launching an online master's degree program for Human Resource Management (HRM) this upcoming fall semester, bringing the University’s current curriculum to the web and making it more accessible.
Though Bitcoin has become a popular term in the financial and technological world, a Rutgers professor discussed the ethical consequences of cryptocurrency as well as the impact it has on the real world.
Students and faculty in the Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences at Rutgers University are planning to develop a scuba diving club for those who wish to explore and view the aquatic life of the local lakes and rivers.
Plans to open a One Stop Center focused around servicing student parking and financial aid needs are currently in the works.
Approximately three Thursdays out of every month, Rutgers students can take a closer look at the moon, planets and night sky thanks to the Rutgers Astronomical Society and a 20-inch telescope on Busch campus.
A new Rutgers club is setting its sights on helping communities by providing water for impoverished people
The Rutgers Quidditch team is set to play in the Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship this week in hopes of qualifying for the Quidditch nationals. The team has been active at Rutgers for the past six years and continues to partake in this increasingly popular sport.
Earlier this month, a letter containing more than 2,400 signatures from law professors across the country opposing Supreme Court Justice Nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation was sent to the Supreme Court. Among the signatures was that of John Leubsdorf, a professor at Rutgers Law School in Newark.
New police safety measures are helping combat one of the city's most reported crimes, theft.
Rutgers continues to develop and implement the goals outlined in its 2030 plan, which includes green energy, changes to transportation and hopeful improvements to the quality of college life for both students and faculty, according to the introduction of the proposal’s report.
With midterm elections around the corner, the Center for Youth Political Participation (CYPP) is keeping civic engagement active on campus through polling events for National Voter Registration Day today.
The Rutgers chapter of Enactus is part of an international organization that supports community projects and provides long-term solutions to local businesses through employment and charitable activities.
The Rutgers Business School hosted 90 local high school students for a two-week camp this summer, providing both an academic and practical firsthand look into the world of business.
Felicia McGinty stepped into her new position as executive vice chancellor of Administration and Planning in August, following five years of work as the vice chancellor for Student Affairs.
The Wellness On The Go program at Rutgers provides stress wellness initiative services to students, including massages, yoga classes and henna tattoos.
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has received immense criticism for not taking more action to protect its user data — with the hashtag #DeleteFacebook being shared across the nation.
The Rutgers paintball team is trying to extend its season past the end of April with a trip to a national paintball competition.
Amid a surge in numbers of school shootings in recent years, the Traumatic Loss Coalitions for Youth Program (TLC) at Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care (UBHC) offers students a program that focuses on trauma relief.
Former Rutgers football player San San Te is starring in a new HGTV program alongside his sister, focused on renovating homes and designing new furniture in North Carolina.
In 2014, approximately 3.7 percent of American adults used electronic cigarettes, according to a survey done by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).