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University President Robert L. Barchi announced Phoebe Haddon, Rutgers University–Camden chancellor, will step down from her position at the end of this semester, according to a University-wide email alert. She plans to return as a member of the faculty on July 1.
Dr. Norman Ende, a research professor in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Rutgers University New Jersey Medical School (NJMS) in Newark, is suing the University over being the victim of alleged age discrimination, according to an article on My Central Jersey.
A recent Rutgers study has found that many children who suffer from fingertip injuries have been abused, according to a University press release. Children with a documented history of abuse or neglect were found to be 23 percent more likely to suffer from a fingertip injury before the age of 12.
Sue Fulton, the chief administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (NJMVC), announced on Thursday that customers will now be able to change the gender designation on their New Jersey driver’s license or other identification card without a doctor’s note, according to a press release from the NJMVC.
Rutgers Law School is now offering a Certificate for Immigration Law, making it the first law school in New Jersey to carry this program, according to an article on Rutgers Today.
The University has detailed recent updates to the preparations and responses that are being made on its part to the novel coronavirus, according to a University-wide email.
Rutgers University—New Brunswick Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy announced the appointment of Dr. Jason Geary as the new dean of the Mason Gross School of the Arts, according to a University-wide email. Geary will officially take his position on July 1.
Former President and Treasurer of a Rutgers University union Shelby Hyman was sentenced to four years in prison on Monday, according to an article on My Central Jersey. She will also have to pay restitution for stealing $176,000 in union funds over a seven-year period.
President Donald J. Trump released a budget for 2021 on Monday, which would cut many programs that aim to help student loan borrowers, according to an article on CNBC.
Jacob Moskowitz, a former employee in the Rutgers Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, has filed a lawsuit against the University, saying he was knowingly exposed to hazardous chemicals, according to an article from NJ Advance Media. This exposure caused him to have two major seizures and to develop extreme anxiety.
Rutgers University announced the launch of its new website on Sexual Harassment Prevention and Culture Change, according to a University-wide email alert.
Muslims for Peace held its 14th Annual Interfaith Prophet Muhammad Conference at Rutgers student center on Busch campus on Sunday. The conference included a number of speakers, including Palestinian-American Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.), who spoke on migrants, asylum seekers and refugees in the United States.
Parents, activists and other members of the New Brunswick community gathered outside of New Brunswick City Hall on Wednesday to announce the formation of the Coalition to Defend Lincoln Annex School.
New Brunswick Mayor James M. Cahill said the city will soon announce plans to build a new $55 million public school on Jersey Avenue, according to an article on MyCentralJersey.
The Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University will close to the public during summer 2020 for renovations, according to a University press release. These will be structural renovations to the front entrance, the terrace and other internal spaces.
Rutgers engineers have recently developed tiny needles through 4D printing to imitate parasites that attach to skin, and they may be able to replace hypodermic needles, according to an article on Rutgers Today.
David Robinson, the New Jersey State Climatologist and a distinguished professor in the Department of Geography, detailed the mild winter and low snowfall New Jersey is facing this year, according to a University press release.
With the recent hospitalization of 25 people due to carbon monoxide poisoning in Idaho, Rutgers experts have discussed how the risk for carbon monoxide poisoning has increased during the winter and when traveling, according to an article on Rutgers Today.
Rutgers University—Camden alumna Nancy Shuman donated a $250,000 gift to create the Nancy Seagrave Shuman Endowment for Childhood Studies, according to an article on Rutgers—Camden News Now.
John Farmer, former dean of Rutgers Law School and current director of the Eagleton Institute of Politics, has spent much of his life dedicated to the war on terror, according to an article on New Jersey Monthly.