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Anthony Mollica began planning events with the Rutgers Student Programming Association (RUPA) during his first year. Four years later he plans on getting involved with event production after graduation and said that his experience with RUPA will aid future endeavors. 

Michael Antosiewicz is one of this year's Cambridge Gates Scholarship recipients and the 10th students from Rutgers to receive the award in 11 years.

Nevin Kessler is the executive vice president for Development and Alumni Relations. He says that alumni have a big say in the conversation of how their donations will be used. This allows the University to be flexible with student and faculty needs.

Former vice president of education for Planned Parenthood Federation of America Leslie Kantor has been named the inaugural chair of the Department of Urban-Global Public Health. 

Since November, Rutgers has undergone an investigation of sexual assault allegations made against Nabil Adam, vice chancellor for Research & Collaborations at Rutgers University—Newark, by one of his students. The University has concluded that neither party can be believed. 

Elizabeth Gunn is the assistant dean of Academic Programs at Douglass Residential College and said it was captivating to hear female refugees describe their wartime experiences and to intersect these scholarly, innovative minds at Rutgers.


In an online petition, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Felicia McGinty has been asked not to attend the Rites of Passage ceremony.  

In assessing the effects of free community college in New Jersey, John Weingart, the associate director of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers, said that some issues which may arise are how public institutions, such as Rutgers, will be affected by an increased influx of students who transfer after 2 years at another institution. 

Joseph Mancuso started his journey at Rutgers in the Fall of 1987 when he was first offered a position teaching Theater Appreciation. Over the last 30 years, he has balanced personal endeavors with his commitment to educating students on the world of the arts.

Angelo Soto Centeno, an assistant professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Rutgers—Newark, studies bats in the Caribbean islands. 

Krystyn Kitto, the assistant director of Career Services and Alumni Relations, said that more than 2,500 students attend the University’s Mega Career Fair each day.

Andrés Mario Zervigón is the main organizer behind the “Writing the Histories of Photography.” For him, the symposium is a way to intersect students researching photography with other disciplines in a collaborative learning environment.

Boris Paskhover, the leading facial plastics and reconstructive surgeon at the Rutgers New Jersey School of Medicine, went to two different colleges after graduating from Rutgers in 2007, where he earned his degree in Cell Biology and Neuroscience. RUTGERS.EDU

In an email from Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Felicia McGinty, members of the Rutgers community received an image of a Bingo board that encourages kind acts and support for others. 

After studying journalism at Rutgers, Cassie Sadowitz took to the California Western School of Law in San Diego and later melded her interests in the law and app development to create her own company. It led her to a career with the NFL.


The symposium took place outside of the Rutgers Business School where a small group of students protested the event as its speakers connect to the United States Intelligence Community. RUTGERS.EDU

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