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Nelson Seda, member of the University’s custodial services and author, showcases his personal interpretation of morality and ethics as inspired by his faith. “The Green Prophet” is 1 of 8 books published by Seda distributed to missionaries in countries across the world.
Joseph Markert, a faculty representative for the Rutgers Business School, assists other students, alumni, administrators, faculty and staff in informing University President Robert L. Barchi on pressing matters at Rutgers.
Mazen Adi is currently not employed by Rutgers, according to an email from University Spokesperson Neal Buccino. Adi was a part-time lecturer and held a prior position as diplomat and legal advisor to the Permanent Mission of Syria to the United Nations.
Jason Hernandez, an immigration-rights attorney, assists students with confidential legal consultation, direct representation and community education across Rutgers—New Brunswick, Camden and Newark.
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering senior Carolyn Andia (SOE'14) makes a rotor adjustment on a microraptor XD4 she constructed, while MAE associate professor F. Javier Diez observes.
Lauren Kelly participated in the University’s “Road to Wall Street” program during her time at the Rutgers. She graduated last year with a degree in finance and mathematics from Rutgers Business School.
February’s installment of the Rutgers Eagleton Institute of Politics’ “State of the Garden State” poll found large discrepancies between how 1,203 adults in New Jersey view the state’s policies. This can be reflective of what demographic is being analyzed.
John McGann, an associate professor in the Department of Psychology, researches how human smell compares to that of animals.
Rutgers Career Services helps match companies with employees. Even if a student’s major does not match a company’s specialization, employers offer a number of opportunities for different industries.
As newly appointed director, Helmut Zarbl, a professor in the Department of Environmental & Occupational Health, plans to bring the Rutgers Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences Institute (EOHSI) to the forefront of environmental and occupational health research in the nation.
Taylor Dodge (left) and Rachael Young (right) met in an oceanography class, where they discovered their mutual interest in the effects of climate change. In Antarctica, Dodge will work with the Long Tern Ecological Research Program collecting crystal krill, while Young will study species that play a key part in the marine food chain
Dr. Prabhas Moghe is a distinguished professor in the School of Engineering.
During his presentation, Mark Croft, a professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, sits on a cart and fires a fire extinguisher behind him into an object held by David Maiullo, the physics support specialist for lecture hall demonstrations. The crowd goes wild.
Prof. Mark Croft demonstrates the First Law of Physics, zipping past the crowd on roller skates, powered by the force produced from a CO2 fire extinguisher