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In an email to the Rutgers community, Interim Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy announced the decision of George B. Stauffer, dean of Mason Gross School of the Arts, to step down from his position effective June 30, 2019 and return as a distinguished professor in the Department of Music.
Hundreds of students and faculty picketed at Winants Hall on College Avenue before and during the Board of Governors meeting yesterday to demand a $15 minimum wage for all University employees and the state of current contract negotiations between faculty unions and the Rutgers administration.
As the holiday season and winter break approaches, Rutgers reminds students to also take care of their health and get vaccinations for the upcoming flu season.
A Rutgers graduate and two current seniors were selected as the University’s first Schwarzman Scholars, a global program where students are educated about leadership while pursuing a master’s degree in global affairs at Tsinghua University in China.
A Rutgers professor was selected as one of the winners of the Frederick Douglass Book Prize last week for her book on the life of a female runaway slave.
Voorhees Chapel was filled with Douglass students and alumni Sunday night for the 100th annual Yule Log Ceremony, a tradition to welcome the spirit of the holiday season.
Rutgers professors are aiming to pass a bill for New Jersey to become the second state in the country with an established state microbe, the first being Oregon with brewer’s yeast.
Five Rutgers professors have been elected as fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of Science Magazine, according to Rutgers Today.
Antonina Mitrofanova wanted to become an oncologist, but a life change prevented her from being able to afford medical school. After switching her major to computer science, Mitrofanova, an assistant professor at the Rutgers School of Health Professions and research member of the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, is now using big data to fight cancer, according to Rutgers Today.
Leaves took longer to change colors this fall than in years past, and unusually warm weather earlier this semester is to blame, Rutgers scientists said.
Last Friday concluded the Veterans Golf Series, a program started by the Rutgers' Office of Veteran and Military Programs and Services to teach veterans both golfing and networking skills at the Rutgers University Golf Course, according to Rutgers Today.
In the next few weeks, the Rutgers Center for Latino Arts and Culture (RUCLAC) is set to unveil a mural headed by muralist Layqa Nuna Yawar and painted by Rutgers students and postgrads on the exterior of their College Avenue building.
A Rutgers team now has $1.5 million to use in studying optical tweezing: a Noble Prize winning technique in studying how the cell walls of plants are created.
The typical eye doctor usually works in an office or hospital on the ground. Rudolph Wagner, takes his practice sky high.
Pathologists, immunologists, cancer research specialists and surgeons at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School are learning to play improvisation or improv games in order to better communicate their scientific and medical work to each other and the outside world, according to Rutgers Today.
Last week, The New York Times reported that President Donald J. Trump's administration proposed redefining sex under Title IX, a federal civil rights law that protects people from sex discrimination in education programs and activities that receive federal funding.
Former Rutgers student Paras Jha has been sentenced by a federal judge in Trenton to six months of home confinement and payment of $8.6 million in restitution for his role in a computer attack on the University.
In the basement of the Chi Psi Lodge on Jan. 18, 1900, 10 Rutgers seniors gathered to create Cap and Skull, a once secret society that aims to unite the top leaders of each graduating class.
Students in the School of Engineering and the 3D Printing Club recently created tactile maps to help blind and visually-impaired visitors and students navigate their way at the Alexander Library in Rutgers University—New Brunswick.
New Jersey was ranked ninth in the country, tied with Idaho and Utah, in measuring "representation equity" among Black students enrolled in public colleges and universities, according to a recent US News & World Report ranking.