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Paul Robeson, a Rutgers icon once scorned and dismissed, is now being celebrated for his 100th anniversary of his graduation from the University, according to an article by North Jersey Media Group. The athlete, actor, singer, scholar, movie star and political activist is now in the spotlight.
Chancellor Christopher J. Molly has invited the entire Rutgers community to the University’s dedication of the Paul Robeson Plaza on Voorhees Mall April 12.
At the Rutgers Board of Governors meeting tomorrow, which will be held at the Paul Robeson Campus Center in Newark, NJ, the board is expected to conduct business during a picket labeled as “Final Warning: Contract or Strike” by the Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT). The faculty union represents more than 7,700 Rutgers faculty and graduate students across all three campuses and has been negotiating a new contract for over a year.
The Rutgers University Dance Marathon (RUDM) broke a new record this year, raising $1,120,205.48 for the organization Embrace Kids Foundation. The two-day event, which had 199 volunteers and 1,873 dancers, has come a long way from its beginning 21 years ago, raising $45,000 with 99 dancers in 1999.
The Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) continues to negotiate a new faculty contract with the University. Using its Twitter account as a platform, it is voicing its positions and recruiting others to join its cause.
A joint Eagleton Institute of Politics and Fairleigh Dickinson University poll found a majority of New Jerseyans support Gov. Phil Murphy’s (D-N.J.) proposed tax on millionaires, but expressed mixed views on his overall performance as the state’s head. This was the first such polling partnership between the two institutions.
Rutgers has elected its Board of Trustees Officers for 2019-2020, according to an article by Rutgers Today. The Board acts in an advisory capacity to the Board of Governors and is comprised of 41 voting members: 20 charter members, 16 alumni members and five public members appointed by the governor of the state with confirmation by the New Jersey State Senate, and is headed by a chair and two vice-chairs.
While the Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) is recruiting students to join their cause and taking actions that “may potentially culminate in a strike later this month,” University President Robert L. Barchi announced an additional $20 million in strategic funding from his office through 2024, he announced in a university-wide email yesterday. The University’s Faculty Diversity Hiring Initiative initially promised $21.8 million in 2017 to go through 2021.
Members of the Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) are now signing up for picket duty in preparation for a possible strike, the faculty union tweeted yesterday.
Twenty-one county prosecutors in New Jersey will be holding community forums on local college campuses to address the issue of campus sexual violence this upcoming fall, according to a press release by the New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety. This was announced during the New Jersey Conference on Campus Sexual Violence, an event hosted by the Center on Violence Against Women and Children in Somerset, New Jersey.
A former Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (NJMS) professor and director of the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey who was charged on 160 counts of crimes, including recording 26 women and three other people in various states of undress, has filed a lawsuit stating that he was initially framed for being a whistleblower, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.
The Rutgers American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT) is asking for an additional $15 million for a Paul Robeson Diversity Hiring Initiative for 2019-2020 and 100 Paul Robeson fellowships for graduate students, according to a union document obtained by The Daily Targum. These funds would be added to University President Robert L. Barchi’s previously promised $21.7 million for diversity hiring through 2021.
“Are we ready to strike? Heck yes,” read one of the recent tweets put out by the official twitter account of Rutgers' American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT). The tweet seems to be referring to the AAUP-AFT’s members strike authorization, which The Daily Targum reported on earlier this week.
President Donald J. Trump signed an executive order to ensure colleges uphold free speech by threatening to withhold billions in federal research funding, according to an article by USA Today.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) and New Jersey Secretary of Education Zakiya Smith Ellis announced yesterday their new plan to ensure higher education meets student needs under the vision of a Student Bill of Rights, affirming the central goal of achieving 65 percent postsecondary attainment by 2025 and committing the state to its vision, according to a governor’s office press release.
A vote on a bill to legalize recreational marijuana for adults over the age of 21 was canceled at New Jersey’s state capital on Monday after not gathering enough support in the senate, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.
In the latest development of contract negotiations, which have been going on for more than a year, a strike has been authorized by the American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT), according to an article by NJ Advance Media.
A Rutgers student has joined a national lawsuit against schools he applied to that are involved in a national college bribery scandal announced in an unsealed indictment earlier this month.
The specimens of the two meningitis B cases for Rutgers undergraduates have been found to have identical genes after special testing done by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), according to a University email sent to the Rutgers community.
Issa Thiam, a School of Arts and Sciences junior and Rutgers men's basketball player, who The Daily Targum reported yesterday was charged with seven counts of crimes, has been accused of slapping a woman in the face a half-dozen times and swinging a kitchen knife at her when she refused to give up her cell phone, according to an article by NJ Advance Media.