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William "Bill" Dwyer, who works as a teaching instructor in the School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR), is gifting $50,000 to the University to establish a certificate program on negotiation and conflict resolution, which were skills Dwyer acquired at his old job. In addition, the Dwyer family will leave a significant portion of their estate to Rutgers, which is valued at approximately $3 million, according to Rutgers Today.
Approximately 94,000 people attended the 11th annual Rutgers Day this past Saturday, an event that provides visitors the opportunity to learn about all the aspects of the University, according to Rutgers Today.
A Rutgers study concluded that physicians are shifting away from prescribing antibiotics for treating acne, instead turning to other types of therapies and solutions, according to Rutgers Today.
More than one hundred students bearing signs and posters marched down George Street on Wednesday evening, starting from Douglass campus and ending at the College Avenue campus to “Take Back the Night,” an event organized by Women Organizing Against Harassment (WOAH) and Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA).
Despite two separate cases of meningitis this year at Rutgers, the number of undergraduate students getting vaccinated remains relatively low.
Yesterday, Rutgers announced its partnership with the Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) to allow graduates from Rutgers Business School who earned an MBA in supply chain management to have an advanced standing for a professional designation within SCMA, according to Return on Information-New Jersey.
A new program presented Wednesday night will allow high school students from Franklin High School, located in Somerset, to earn 10 credits from Rutgers by the time they graduate, according to TAP Into.
Yesterday afternoon, the faculty union continued protesting to achieve a contract for part-time lecturers at the University.
Last Friday, under sunny skies, hundreds of students and Rutgers alumni gathered at Voorhees Mall to celebrate Paul Robeson’s legacy and watch the unveiling of the Paul Robeson Plaza in his honor.
On Tuesday, three members of the Olympic Israeli judo team came to Rutgers to speak about their experiences with the sport, as well as their diets and the challenges they faced while competing.
At the most recent Board of Governors meeting, Super Bowl LIII champions and Rutgers alumni Jason McCourty and Devin McCourty were named as this year's commencement speakers at the graduation for Rutgers—New Brunswick and Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, which will be May 19, according to Rutgers Today.
Charity: Water Rutgers immersed students yesterday afternoon at Rutgers Water Day, an event involving a variety of activities that aimed to raise awareness of the water crisis in other parts of the world.
In 2005, New Jersey approved a bill requiring hospitals and nursing homes to publicly report the number of patients per nurse, according to the New Jersey Department of Health's website.
Former Rutgers football player Izaia Bullock, who was charged in an alleged plot to kill his ex-girlfriend's parents, rejected a plea deal for a four-year prison sentence, which would also have made him eligible for supervised release after six months, according to NJ Advance Media.
Though the actual dance marathon is one of the most notable parts of Rutgers University Dance Marathon (RUDM), months of planning and fundraising went into the event beforehand.
As part of Rutgers University Dance Marathon (RUDM), events are held approximately every hour for students to participate in.
Every year, the Rutgers University Dance Marathon (RUDM) fundraises “for the kids” — specifically, for the Embrace Kids Foundation in New Brunswick.
A woman who works at the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey has sued a former professor, who has been accused of recording her and more than two dozen others over a period of nine months, according to NJ Advance Media.
In an email sent out to the Rutgers community yesterday evening, Detective Lieutenant Brian Emmett informed that the New Brunswick police department and Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office were currently investigating a fatal aggravated assault last Saturday.
Yesterday evening, Alberto Ibargüen, the president and CEO of the Knight Foundation as well as former publisher of The Miami Herald, came to Rutgers to speak about journalism, its influence on the public and the power of giant tech companies.