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The Rutgers University Department of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Counseling Professions had a team of 10 faculty and research assistants work with 11 community mental health agencies in New Jersey and the Philadelphia area to assess a study on those with mental illness and the connection to the unemployment rate.
Albert Brick Professor of Law at the Georgetown University Law Center Paul Butler spoke at Rutgers on Wednesday at an event called “Prison Abolition, and a Mule.” The event was hosted by the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy.
The School of Communication and Information recently began hosting a book club focusing on diversity.
According to information from the New Jersey Poison and Information Education System (NJPIES), there has been an increase in problems arising from over-the-counter (OTC) medication this season.
Anika Gamburg is a sixth grader from California who has raised money for substance abuse research in Rutgers University—New Brunswick.
A recent report released by members of the Rutgers community on people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) shows the lack of access between disability and transportation.
The Zimmerli Art Museum is working with the organization Visual AIDS to bring the discussion of AIDS to Rutgers. In solidarity with World AIDS Day, Zimmerli has two creative exhibitions.
JUST Egg, a plant-based egg substitute, is available on all dining halls in the Rutgers campus. The University is the first New Jersey university to bring JUST Egg to dining halls.
The Rutgers University Marine Field Station (RUMFS) is one of the many experimental field stations that Rutgers offers students, with opportunities to examine fish and their ecology.
New Brunswick was recorded as the 11th of 50 most miserable cities in America, according to an article on Business Insider. New Brunswick was 1 of the 9 New Jersey cities that made the list.
Rutgers University offers support for students with undocumented or uncertain legal status on campus, such as legal advice, which can be put to good use as the Supreme Court is set to decide on whether to uphold Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students, who are undocumented students with protected status while attending college.
In the most recent United Nations climate change report, Pamela McElwee, a School of Environmental and Behavioral Sciences professor, brought up how the effects of planting trees could make for increasing food prices.
On Saturday, May 4 at 4:30 p.m., the second annual Into the Light 5K will take place at 50 Biel Rd on Cook campus. The 5K run/walk is for mental health awareness and offers free registration to any who would like to participate, according to fliers.
New Jersey’s wage gap between women and men ranks 25th nationwide and 51st for the wage gap between Latina women and white men. Elaine Zundl, research director for the Center for Women and Work (CWW), said the ranking comes from the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC).
Horror thriller film "Us" presents a psychologically accurate portrayal of trauma and personality disorder to viewers. A Rutgers professor explained the psychological undertones, including borderline personality disorder (BPD) and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), of the new blockbuster.
Last Sunday, best-selling author Deborah Lipstadt came to Rutgers to speak about her newest publication “Antisemitism: Here and Now,” in order to address and combat anti-Semitism as well as racism.
Cheryl Clarke, former dean of students of Livingston campus, founder of the Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities and a teaching affiliate in the Department of Women's and Gender Studies gave an interview to The Daily Targum about her published books of poetry as well as her work during her career at Rutgers.
Last Friday, Douglass Residential College hosted a lecture and luncheon titled, “On the Basis of Sex: The Changing Landscape of Title IX” in the Douglass Student Center.
On Friday, several Rutgers LGBTQ+ organizations held a rally on the steps of Brower Commons from 5:30 to 6 p.m. in response to a memo from President Donald J. Trump’s administration that proposed gender would be identified either male or female based on one’s genitalia at birth.