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Member of Rutgers Department of Athletics faces formal complaints for racial discrimination, creating hostile work environment

(03/03/20 5:10am)

Michael Szul, Rutgers’ senior associate athletic director for finance, administration and planning, has faced two formal complaints for allegedly bullying employees, according to an article on NJ Advance Media.

Rutgers professor discusses rising sea levels at Montclair State University

(02/28/20 5:00am)

Dr. Kenneth Miller, distinguished professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, spoke at the Center for Environmental and Life Sciences at Montclair State University on Tuesday, according to an article from The Montclarion. He discussed how rising sea levels may be impacting both New Jersey and the world.

Panel of experts sit to discuss relationship between climate change, migrant issues

(02/27/20 5:03am)

A panel of leading experts discussed the correlation between migrant issues and climate change, as well as how the Green New Deal could impact both, on Tuesday’s event, “Migrant Justice is Climate Justice: A Series on the Green New Deal.” The event was held by the Institute for Women’s Leadership, with the help of the School of Communication and Information, the Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies and the Leap.

Rutgers announces release of newest publication of Scarlet and Black Project

(02/26/20 5:05am)

As part of the Rutgers Scarlet and Black Project, the University announced the release of a new book that discusses the story of the school’s first Black students and their treatment on campus, according to a University press release. The purpose of this book is to look at the historical relationship Rutgers had with race.

Senate Education Committee clears legislation to protect student journalists in New Jersey

(02/18/20 5:00am)

Sen. Nia Gill (D-N.J.) and Sen. Shirley K. Turner (D-N.J.) sponsored legislation that would result in protection for the rights of student journalists in public schools and institutions, according to a press release from the New Jersey Senate Democrats.