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A $1,356,872 grant has been awarded to Onur Bilgen, an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) to develop new technologies for offshore wind turbines, according to a School of Engineering press release.
Two weeks ago, a faculty member had submitted an opinion piece to The Daily Targum concerning the protest at Rutgers against destructive climate policies. Their piece concerned one specific student group, Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP). The faculty member criticized the student organization for singling out Israel in their critique of destructive environmental policy.
Many people tend to have idols or role models that they look up to because of the influence in their lives.
Is technology really watching us?
South Jersey millenials are more likely than baby boomers to be socially isolated and report fair to poor mental health, according to a new study conducted by Rutgers—Camden.
The vibe around the Rutgers men’s basketball team this preseason seems to be a mixture of optimism and determination.
The Autism Collaboration, Accountability, Research, Education and Support (CARES) Act was signed into law by President Donald J. Trump this past Monday. The bill was co-sponsored by Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.), said director of the New Jersey Center for Autism Excellence (NJACE) Dr. Elizabeth Torres, and sets aside $1.8 billion to cope with the challenges and critical needs of the autistic population.
A tree in front of Blake Hall memorializes Dr. Louis M. Vasvary, who was a retiree from Cook College (now known as School of Environmental and Biological Sciences) for his dedication and hard work to help the landscape, tree and ornamental industry here in New Jersey, according to the Department of Entomology's website.
Supporting Homeless Innovatively Loving Others (SHILO), an organization that brings together interfaith groups, Rutgers students and the surrounding community to help provide resources to New Brunswick’s homeless, has been told it can no longer set up its booths Sunday mornings at the New Brunswick Train Station unless it receives a permit.
The Aurora movie theater shooting of 2012 left 12 people dead.
Three weeks ago, the Central Jersey Climate Coalition (CJCC) mobilized approximately 1,000 students, faculty and local community members in the Global Climate Strike, a worldwide day of action demanding climate justice for all and the end of fossil fuels. The passion and enthusiasm was incredible, and our coalition plans to continue to fight for our demands for Rutgers and for Rep. Frank Pallone (D-N.J.).
It is easy to think that Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) are the same. They are the two most Left candidates in the Democratic primary field, and they have many similar policies. That does not mean they are interchangeable as candidates.
Turning momentum back around, the Rutgers women’s soccer team returned to the national rankings after capturing two consecutive Big Ten matches last week.
When the Rutgers football team, led by redshirt freshman quarterback Johnny Langan, took the field for its first offensive play against Maryland this past Saturday, one key asset to the backfield and the receiving group watched from the sidelines: Junior running back Raheem Blackshear.
Big Tech – we know it, we use it. And it’s the topic of a large debate, especially relating to whether it needs to be broken up.
Facing a stacked conference within the Big Ten, the Rutgers men's basketball team had more wins last year in conference than it did in the past four seasons (seven).
After three straight matches against No. 5 Penn State, No. 2 Nebraska and No. 7 Minnesota, the Rutgers volleyball team will be hoping to catch its breath this Friday in a statement game at the Banks against fellow Big Ten rival Ohio State.
The buzz around true freshman guard Paul Mulcahy started in 2017, after several unofficial visits. If you google the first-year's name at any point prior to his first step on campus as an official member of the Rutgers men's basketball team, you would see videos depicting his crafty passes and his fearlessness in running through the paint to convert a floater.
Recently, some have noticed there has been slower WiFi throughout the campuses at Rutgers, making it more difficult for students to complete their work and fulfill their extracurriculars.
Yesterday, University President Robert L. Barchi sent an email to Rutgers students urging them to register to vote.