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Following Naomi Klein — journalist and human rights activist — being named the inaugural Gloria Steinem Endowed Chair in Media, Culture and Feminist Studies, the University hosted a dialogue on Sept. 21 that covered new media and the shape of various cultural movements.
Rutgers’ Institute of Health, Healthcare Policy and Aging Research School of Aging has received approximately $1.4 million in federal grants.
Fall semester's first University Senate meeting ended with uncertainty about the future of faculty contract negotiations, updates to Rutgers student services and the announcement of a free speech advisory panel at Rutgers.
First-year student's first impressions often mirror the frustrations and fascinations that many upperclassmen have come to accept from Rutgers.
Rutgers has been no stranger to its share of protests in recent years, and a new study from ShieldCo found that the reason may be geographical.
The New Jersey Scholarship and Transformative Education in Prisons (NJ-STEP) program is a statewide initiative administered by Rutgers—Newark along with the New Jersey Department of Corrections, the State Parole Board and a network of public and private colleges, which includes Rutgers—New Brunswick and Rutgers—Camden
Using computer-generated models, researchers found that this peptide contains only two types of amino acids — rather than the estimated 20 amino acids that synthesize millions of different proteins needed for specific body functions — suggesting it could have spontaneously emerged on the early Earth.
A bill signed by Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) this summer, which restored $85 million in film and television tax credits statewide, could help Mason Gross School of the Arts students and other Rutgers filmmakers find jobs.
The Rutgers chapter of Enactus is part of an international organization that supports community projects and provides long-term solutions to local businesses through employment and charitable activities.
Robert L. Barchi will renew his position as Rutgers president for at least two more years.
Barchi accepted the Board of Governor’s request to stay on as president at yesterday's board meeting, according to Rutgers Today.
Off-campus students on the College Avenue campus now have a little more peace of mind walking home at night with the activation of new security cameras.
In 2017, Rutgers saw an increase in reported rape incidents, drug arrests and a decrease in reported hate crimes from the year 2016, according to its 2018 Annual Campus Security & Fire Safety Report released on Monday.
Two recent polls found that a majority of New Jersey residents prescribed painkillers do not recall having their risks explained and feel the opioid epidemic is a serious problem.
Earlier this year, a report comparing the earnings of male and female graduates six years after they first enrolled in college ranked Rutgers 17th among the top 117 colleges with the smallest gender gap in graduate earnings, according to an article from Forbes.
A team at Rutgers has invented a wristband that could potentially revolutionize health care.
Students, especially those living on Livingston campus, now have more choices for weekday and weekend afternoon plans.
A team of scientists from Rutgers contributed to discovering a way to use saliva from an East Siberian brown bear to test potentially lifesaving antibiotics.
The Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey named a new chief of Breast Surgery yesterday.
Dr. Margaret Michele Blackwood will fulfill her new role and work alongside a team in the Stacy Goldstein Breast Cancer Center.
Four New Brunswick schools tested positive for lead levels upward of 70 times the acceptable amount.
Rutgers researchers have found a promising route to treating addiction and helping patients in recovery — and they did so by studying rats addicted to cocaine.