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At the Rutgers Board of Governors meeting this week at Winants Hall on the College Avenue campus, a 2.9% increase in undergraduate tuition and fees was approved for the upcoming academic year. The increase is slightly higher than the University's five-year average annual tuition increase of 2.1%.
University President Robert L. Barchi will be stepping down from his position at Rutgers after the upcoming academic year to return as a university professor, he said to the Board of Governors during their meeting today, according to a press release.
Rutgers announced on Friday that it reached a deal with SHI International Corp., a global IT provider, to give it the official naming rights of its 52,454-seat football and women’s lacrosse venue, according to a press release.
Rutgers University–New Brunswick held its 253rd commencement exercises at HighPoint.com Stadium on Sunday, celebrating the 18,825 graduates from the Class of 2019, the largest ever in the University’s history.
The Daily Targum failed to pass referendum across the Rutgers–New Brunswick campus for the first time since receiving its independence from the University in 1980, the student-run newspaper announced in a statement on social media last night.
Jennifer Meade, School of Arts and Sciences senior majoring in astrophysics, will be stepping on the stage this May after six years in school. In an interview with The Daily Targum, she spoke about switching majors just before graduating two years ago, starting the outreach program for Space Technology Association at Rutgers (STAR) and completing her research thesis for both majors.
Two graduating seniors have spent their last year at Rutgers working at the Eagleton Institute’s Center for Youth Political Participation (CYPP), a program that promotes youth engagement in politics. They will both miss Rutgers, but are looking forward to their plans to go to law school.
Fae Cushing, a former college dropout who has been sober for 30 years, will deliver this year’s convocation address for the Rutgers School of Health Professions.
A former graduate student of Nabil Adam, the former vice chancellor for Research and Collaborations at Rutgers University—Newark, accused him of sexual assault during an 18-month sexual relationship. She said she has recently been prohibited from continuing to work as a part-time lecturer (PTL) at the University, according to a letter she sent to University President Robert L. Barchi, which The Daily Targum obtained from her as well.
The Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) held a grade-in for part-time lecturers (PTL) near University President Robert L. Barchi’s office yesterday in Winants Hall on the College Avenue campus.
Dr. Enobong Branch will become the Rutgers—New Brunswick vice chancellor for Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement and professor in the Department of Sociology in August 2019, said Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy in a University-wide email.
Kaitlin Bennett, the Kent State “Gun Girl” who became famous on social media for an open-carry demonstration, came to Rutgers University—New Brunswick on Monday to interview students on student debt for InfoWars, she said to The Daily Targum.
An exchange student at Rutgers in 2016 has settled for $1.4 million in a lawsuit after she was struck by a vehicle at a crosswalk while jogging from Busch campus in Piscataway. She was jogging along the John A. Lynch Sr. Memorial Bridge that brings Route 18 over the Raritan River, to Buccleuch Park in New Brunswick, according to an article by New Jersey Law Journal.
The Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ) has been awarded a $15.1 million grant as part of its redesign efforts, according to an article on its website.
At Wednesday’s Board of Governors Open Hearing on the University’s Tuition, Fees, Housing and Dining Charges for 2019-2020, End Assault at Rutgers spoke about its cause, claiming that the University mishandles investigations into accusations of sexual assault against faculty members.
The Rutgers Board of Governors held its annual Open Hearing on the University’s Tuition, Fees, Housing and Dining Charges for 2019-2020 yesterday, sharing details on this past year’s finances and listening to concerns from students and faculty members on tuition.
Rutgers gave more than $5.5 million in “incentive pay” to approximately 700 top administrators and professors last year. The “at-risk” or “incentive pay” method for distributing payments based on their job performance is added on to their base salaries, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.
Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy has provided to The Daily Targum an apology to part-time lecturers (PTLs) for his previous comments, where he said: “If (PTLs) don’t want to do this, they need to get another job. There are probably other people who can fill the role, so it’s sort of like supply and demand," at a town hall the Targum reported on earlier this semester.
Rutgers spent $102.5 million on athletics in 2017-2018, running a deficit of $29.98 million, which was made up by $15.18 million in support from the University’s operating budget, $11.89 million in student fees and $2.9 million in direct state or government support, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.
University President Robert L. Barchi has heard the complaints about Rutgers Athletic’s spending, particularly the issue that the department receives more financial support from the University’s operating budget and student fees than just about any other major-level school on an annual basis, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.