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Charlotte Smith, author of “Farm Marketing from the Heart: How to attract your dream customers and build your profitable farm," spoke to women and veteran farmers about how to connect with their customers.
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Rutgers hosts workshop for women, veteran farmers

An event geared toward advising women and veterans in the field of urban farming was held on Dec. 3, on Douglass campus, as the first part of a workshop series called “Annie’s Project: Farming in New Jersey’s Cities and the Urban Fringe.” 

Despite the New Brunswick Faculty Council’s resolution calling for Rutgers Athletics Director Pat Hobbs’ removal, the University said it will continue to support him.
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New Brunswick Faculty Council calls for Hobbs' removal

The New Brunswick Faculty Council (NBFC) has passed a resolution calling for the University to dismiss Rutgers Athletics Director Pat Hobbs due to the consistently poor performance of the football team and the failure of the Department of Athletics to respond to abuse allegations against the softball coaches, according to the NBFC website.

Robert W. Snyder, a professor of American studies and journalism at Rutgers University—Newark, said he consulted with a previous Manhattan historian to prepare for the position.
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Rutgers professor to become Manhattan Borough Historian

Robert W. Snyder, a professor of American studies and journalism at Rutgers University—Newark, has been appointed as the next Manhattan Borough Historian, a position that documents and educates the public on the history of New York, according to an article on the School of Arts and Sciences—Newark website. 

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Greg Schiano to return as Rutgers head football coach

Greg Schiano, former head coach of Rutgers football, has agreed to return to lead the struggling Big Ten Conference program pending the Rutgers Board of Governors' approval of the agreement, according to a statement released by Rutgers Athletics Director Pat Hobbs. 


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