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The Rutgers University Board of Trustees is looking for a new student charter member to serve a six-year term advising the school and helping to oversee some of its assets.The Board of Trustees advises the University and oversees assets that were built or acquired before 1956, said Kimberlee Pastva, secretary of the University, in an email.
Over the course of a week, Rutgers hosted a series of events focused on the benefits of diversity on college campuses.From Feb.
The Rutgers University football and wrestling programs are solidifying their spots in the Big Ten Conference by kicking off the 2017 season competing at Yankee Stadium.This doubleheader of a wrestling match, followed by a football game against the University of Maryland that will take place on Saturday, Nov.
Jeffra Schaefer, a professor in the Department of Environmental Science, has taken part in important research regarding the effects of climate change.She recently helped co-author a research paper investigating the effects of climate change on the bioaccumulation of methylmercury in coastal estuaries.Mercury is toxic in all forms but it is the methylmercury found in marine life that poses the greatest risk to humanity, Schaefer said.
Gidon Coussin, a current Rutgers student, worked as a technology entrepreneur for 17 years before deciding to discover another professional area.He is now in his second semester of Rutgers’ three-year Physician Assistant (PA) Program.
A unit within the Division of Continuing Studies, Rutgers Makerspace, employs an inclusive environment for students and community members to make their projects a reality. Recently, a club was created to utilize the Makerspace facility and expand its outreach.“We’ve had over 500 students in this building just this semester,” said Lee Pagenkopf, program coordinator at the Rutgers Center of for Innovation Education. It is only a few weeks into the semester and the group already has more attendance than during the fall semester, he said.The Makerspace student club meets every Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m.
Two Rutgers students and one administrator participated in the National Campaign for Political and Civic Engagement conference at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics. The event began on Feb.
More than 600 students visited the Cook Student Center between Feb.18 and 19 for the third annual HackHers coding and development competition.HackHers is a 24-hour hackathon primarily centered around women, said School of Arts and Sciences senior Constantin Scoullis.
Rutgers University’s Department of Transportation Services (RUDOTS) ceased using the Cooper Dining Hall bus stop on Douglass campus in January.The stop was re-implemented last fall in response to a request from New Brunswick, said Jack Molenaar, senior director of RUDOTS.“We used to have the Cabaret Theatre bus stop on Nichol Ave., and the City of New Brunswick didn’t want that bus stop because they said it was interfering with emergency response times on Nichol,” he said.
Paul Rando, a former Rutgers student, is in the process of publishing a book about his adventures and efforts in disaster relief after Nepal’s 2015 earthquake.The book is a memoir called "We Look Up." It details his experiences volunteering in Nepal with All Hands, a U.S.
Amid the smell of freshly toasted coffee and ambient lighting, Hidden Grounds held its second "Latte Art Class" on Friday.Anand Patel, the CEO and co-founder of Hidden Grounds, began organizing the "Latte Art Class" out of a desire to bring people back to the roots of coffee drinking as a social medium, he said.“Coffee used to be the product that people socialized with, just like whiskey, just like scotch.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) brought focus to mental health issues on Thursday by curating a comprehensive list of suggestions to better serve students seeking help.The student-run town hall meeting was held at the Student Activities Center on the College Avenue campus.
On Friday, students held another strike on the College Avenue campus to protest the actions of President Donald J.
A Rutgers alumna and former Marine is making strides to help underserved members of society.Feeling outcasted during her time in the military for being herself led Danielle King to advocate for the LGBTQIA community and disabled youth.
Nearly 75 faculty members and students stopped by “Academics United,” an effort to explain the impact of President Donald J.
The Rutgers University Student Assembly’s (RUSA) elections committee has accused two assembly members of engaging in election fraud, but the committee's evidence may be limited. The two assembly members who were charged are School of Arts and Sciences sophomore Vladimir Carrasco, who also serves as the public relations chair for RUSA, and School of Arts and Sciences first-year student Jessica Resnick, who serves as the Livingston at-large representative.Carrasco said he was initially confronted about this incident on Feb.
Dr. Marc Lamont Hill visited Rutgers as part of "Access Week" to discuss the role of diversity in a university setting.
When considering “the one percent” it is easy to imagine fast cars, big houses and extravagant Gatsby themed parties.
Restaurants adjacent to the College Avenue campus on Easton Avenue have become the most popular places for Rutgers students to satisfy their hunger past midnight.