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Grade-ins are peaceful actions where instructors gather to grade students' work together. This year, the faculty union held the grade-in for part-time lecturers at Winants Hall on the College Avenue campus, which is also University President Robert L. Barchi's office.
Earlier this semester, it was reported that Nabil Adam had been cleared of multiple accusations and was being investigated for allegedly retaliating against his accuser. The University responded that it maintains confidentiality for all parties involved in the matter.
Larissa Keller, associate director for Recruiting Programs, said University Career Services tries to work with employers that coincide with the career interests of students. There are nearly 20,000 employer contacts within Handshake, their app.
More than a dozen students traveled to Capitol Hill, located in Washington D.C., to meet with legislative assistants, House representatives and congressional workers. At the most recent trip, students also had the opportunity to meet Senator Bob Menendez.
Joseph Hughes, who currently works as a peer health navigator for the Intensive Recovery Treatment Support program at Rutgers, said the most fulfilling part of his job was seeing the impact on recovering inmates.
Kaitlin Bennett is a libertarian gun rights activist and reporter for InfoWars, who became famous on social media after tweeting last summer in favor of gun rights. Yesterday evening she came to Rutgers and interviewed students on various topics, including student debt.
Dr. Enobong Branch previously served as associate director for Equity and Inclusion, chief diversity officer and professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.