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Instead of waiting on line, students can now order online from select places to eat on campus. Once signed into their account, they can choose from items available at a given store and a designated pickup time.
Richard N. Weeks, a Class of 1950 alumnus, has committed $10 million to undergraduate engineering scholarships as the department’s largest donation ever and the largest single donor contribution received by Rutgers.
In the Rutgers Business School, accounting and finance degrees were among the most popular choices for first-year students.
Moshe Zonder is a professional screenwriter and head writer for the Netflix show, “Fauda.” He said he teaches his students to keep their heads up and to continue pursuing their creative ideas.
Michael Lotito was active in the Rutgers community throughout his life, from working at The Daily Targum as a student to funding the Walter Joyce Memorial Scholarship to help young people at his alma mater.
As director of Career Exploration at University Career Services, Sue Pye works on other initiatives as well, such as the First-Year Interest Group Seminars (FIGS) that strives to connect first-year students with resources during their career journey.
Rutgers President Robert L. Barchi annnounced Wednesday that the University will immediately begin to investigate all cases of sexual harassment, and said that the old policy was inconsistent with the University's values.
Aida Jane Doolittle grew up in New Brunswick and started working at Rutgers in high school when she accepted a part-time position with Dining Services. After 42 years, she plans on retiring with two bachelor’s degrees in sociology and labor relations.
Manish Parashar, a professor in the Department of Computer Science and director of the Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute, has worked with the Ocean Observatories Initiative to develop its cyberinfrastructure.