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James Livingston, a professor in the Department of History, has been found guilty of violating the University’s policy that prohibits discrimination and harassment, according to a 10-page investigation report made public by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE).
In a University-wide email sent this afternoon, Rutgers—New Brunswick Chancellor Debasish Dutta announced he will be resigning from his position and transitioning to a faculty role as a distinguished professor.
Rutgers has been reaccredited for the next nine years following a vote by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, said University President Robert L. Barchi in an email Wednesday.
Vice president of the Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA), Jaidev Phadke, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, has stepped down from his position.
While Rutgers lost by 29 to Penn State the last time the schools met on the football field, the University beat out the Nittany Lions by two spots in the recent Center for World University Rankings (CWUR).
Jorge Schement has been the vice chancellor of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Rutgers for the last five years, and announced this semester that he will be stepping down and returning to teaching in the School of Communication and Information next semester.
In his four years of service with the Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA), Anthony Mollica has worked to bring stories, moments and events to the Rutgers community through his various roles.
The School of Arts and Sciences senior is graduating in May and leaving a community that he got involved with earlier on, following the suggestion of his first-year roommate.
When Michael Antosiewicz received the email notifying him that he won the Gates Cambridge Scholarship, it was in the early hours of a February morning asleep and slumped over his computer.
The scholarship decision makers live in England, the School of Arts and Sciences senior said, meaning winners from the United States heard the announcement extremely early. Antosiewicz said he fell asleep around 2:30 a.m. that morning and woke up with his laptop on his stomach. Initially, he did not notice the message in his inbox but after refreshing the page he realized he had won.
Authorities are investigating the death of a Rutgers graduate student who was found outdoors on Busch campus early this morning, according to University Spokesperson Dory Devlin.
New parents now have access to readily available information about sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) thanks to a new app.
The former vice president of education for Planned Parenthood Federation of America now has a new job at the Rutgers School of Public Health — as the inaugural chair of the Department of Urban-Global Public Health.
Some of the 3,000 part-time faculty members at Rutgers now have access to R-Health Direct Care, a “boutique-style” primary-care network that does not require co-pays and offers easy access to personal physicians.
From New Brunswick to France, a Rutgers undergraduate student’s academic passions have led him to interview members of Marine Le Pen’s political party and study French politics during a time of uncertainty and upheaval.
From College Hall to Voorhees Mall, approximately 100 students and community members took to George Street yesterday in protest of sexual violence for the fifth annual “Take Back the Night” march.
Jeffrey Mitchell Isaacs, a New-Brunswick man and former Rutgers Board of Trustees member, has been ordered to pay $750,000 in connection with selling New Jersey investors more than $7 million worth of unregistered securities that were tied to an alleged $1.2 billion nationwide ponzi scheme, according to a news release from the Office of the Attorney General.
Advancing through both the New Jersey General Assembly and the New Jersey Senate, a bill to grant certain undocumented students access to financial aid services now sits on Gov. Phil Murphy’s (D-N.J.) desk.
The University hosted a lecture yesterday that gave a glimpse at what American higher education could look like in the next 20 to 30 years.
The pool of protesters that occupied the front of Winants Hall yesterday was reminiscent of the crowd that took to Old Queens at the start of this year.
Remembrance, community and coming together were among the many topics discussed on the steps of Brower Commons yesterday. Following the police shooting of an unarmed man last month, organizations on campus came together for a candlelight vigil.
While the nationwide opioid epidemic has picked up more recognition recently, it seems like all of that talk has yet to translate into results for the Garden State.