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Dr. Prabhas Moghe, vice chancellor of Research and Innovation, said the University’s research has grown steadily over the years and that Rutgers has exceeded the research expenditure of all other New Jersey colleges combined. CASEY AMBROSIO / FEBRUARY 2018

The strength of academics in athletics, the integration of Rutgers into the Big Ten and the success of University sports programs under newly appointed leadership are a few of the topics Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Pat Hobbs touched on last night.

At University Career Services, students can find help bridging connections between their academic experiences and desired career paths — creating new relationships with alumni, employers and graduate schools.

The Rutgers University Student Assembly (RUSA) said it anticipates working with the University to mitigate the effects of net neutrality if the vote passes in favor.

Robert Kirkbride, along with Christina Mathews and Rusty Tagliareni, were awarded for their book, “Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital,” which documented the history and controversial demolition of Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital.

Garry Wheelerstone collaborated with Edward Lender on the non-fiction novel “Fatal Sunday: George Washington, the Monmouth Campaign, and the Politics of Battle.” The book won the non-fiction scholarly award.

Professors and faculty members at Rutgers are preparing to enter contract renegotiations, with backing from the the American Association of University Professors (AAUP)

More than 7,000 students, alumni, faculty and guests laced their running shoes early Saturday morning for “The Big Chill” 5-kilometer. The yearly fundraising effort, hosted by the University, collects toys for children ages 3 to 14.

On Wednesday night, hundreds of members of the Rutgers community came out to Trayes Hall to hear a discussion between Politico editor Carrie Budoff Brown and Ruth Mandel, the director of the Eagleton Institute of Politics. As a Rutgers student two decades ago, Brown worked as a reporter and editor at The Daily Targum.

Using the books of Mark, Mathew, Luke and John, Timothy McGrew explained "undesigned coincidences" and how small reoccurring details can support biblical text as a source of reliable information.

By maintaining open spaces, using energy efficient systems and encouraging alternative transportation, the University plans to reduce its carbon footprint by 2030.

An event at the Eagleton Institute of Politics on Douglass campus gave a comprehensive look at how the country can strategically combat the opioid epidemic.

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