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Rutgers will be working with the Swedish National Police to forge relationships with law enforcement agencies in the United States to help Sweden and other countries in Europe fight organized crime, gun violence and extremism in domestic areas, according to Rutgers Today.
Over the past four years, University Career Services has been offering students the opportunity to earn a semester of free tuition through the #RutgersWorks Free Tuition Career Challenge.
General Biology was ranked as the number one major at Rutgers University—New Brunswick, according to College Factual.
A team at Rutgers is creating a database that helps develop descriptions of African languages in order to further linguistics research.
Over the past three years, the number of students attending weekly tutoring and the number of tutoring sessions have dropped, but the number of students coming to walk-in tutor sessions has increased.
The Rutgers SAS Transfer Center has been named by the National Academic Advising Association as 1 of 6 model programs in the nation. Assistant Dean and Director of Transfer Students Robin Diamond gave an interview to The Daily Targum to share insight into her program.
One of Rutgers’ top-ranking professors, Stephen Bronner in the Department of Political Science, has been taken out of the classroom until the University’s investigation into allegations that he sexually harrassed at least one graduate student decades ago is completed, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) has been working on an initiative to increase the amount of open textbooks in the classrooms.
On Feb. 15, Rutgers and leaders from the country of Botswana signed an agreement to start the joint initiative known as the Botswana-Rutgers Knowledge Collaboration, which aims to use technology to share knowledge and develop programs to help Botswana reach its goals, especially as a budding regional hub of South Africa, according to Rutgers Today.
Rutgers researchers have discovered a link between cocaine addiction and a specific set of neurons, which indicates a potential therapeutic treatment for drug addiction.
A Scarlet Ambassador shared insight into the job of being a tour guide for the University, including the interviewing process and some of its challenges and benefits.
This past weekend, several hundred students — both from Rutgers and universities in New Jersey — gathered at the Cook Student Center for HackHERS, an annual overnight hackathon.
"RU SURE? Changing the Culture of College Drinking," a campaign founded by the Center for Communication and Health Issues (CHI) in 2001, focuses on addressing misconceptions about college drinking for first-year students, said Joseph Bae, head of CHI.
Today kickstarts the sixth annual Access Week, an event to engage the University around first-generation, low-income and underrepresented students through various programs, workshops and talks.
The Eagleton Institute of Politics just launched a one-year fellowship program that places recent science and engineering Ph.D.s within specific departments of state government.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) voted to pass a measure that will replace plastic bags used at dining hall takeouts with canvas bags students will receive at the start of their first semester.
University President Robert L. Barchi released a message on Friday in response to the concerns raised by a student on behalf of the coalition “End Assault at Rutgers” at Tuesday’s Board of Governors meeting.
At the Rutgers Board of Governors meeting earlier this week, Richard Roper, the chairman of the Committee of Student and Academic Affairs, said some members of his committee were “surprised and dare I say disappointed” at the number of Black people enrolled at Rutgers University - New Brunswick.
A Rutgers faculty member has recently been selected to be the first-ever recipient of the American Association of Universities (AAU) Ripple Effect Award, according to Rutgers Today.
Last Tuesday, the Rutgers University Board of Governors confirmed that Dorothy Roberts, who is a scholar and advocate for social justice, will be delivering the keynote address at the Rutgers—Newark Commencement Ceremony, which will take place on May 22 at the Prudential Center this year, according to the Rutgers—Newark website.