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At a town hall earlier this semester, Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy made remarks on how if part-time lecturers did not want to work, there would be others to replace them. In a letter to The Daily Targum yesterday, he apologized and said they were essential to classes at the University.
Mark Beal, currently a part-time lecturer in the Department of Communication, said that his 30-year experience in public relations will help students also hoping to go into the field. Next semester, he will be taking on a full-time role at the University.
Chipotle Mexican Grill, which is located on 387 George Street, sometimes hosts up to four events a week. A third of the proceeds raised go towards the club or organization that hosted the fundraising event.
Franklin High School, located in Somerset, New Jersey, will soon be allowing high school students interested in healthcare fields to take courses that translate to Rutgers credit. The program will select 24 students for its first year.
Pat Hobbs said that being part of the Big Ten Conference would help with revenue, because there would be a gradual increase in distribution for the University. He also emphasized being successful in both the basketball court and football field.
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, which is located in New Brunswick, conducts research on children. Some of these studies focus on the cognitive, social and emotional development of children with autism.