The closing of Rutgers Health Services pharmacies reflects larger industry changes, said John Colaizzi, dean emeritus of the University’s Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy.
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.
Rutgers Athletics unveiled its new RWJBarnabas Health Athletic Performance facility yesterday. The building will serve as a recruitment tool intended to compete with top-performing Big Ten programs, as it has expansive practice areas for men’s and women’s basketball, wrestling and gymnastics, as well as coach and student athlete offices and locker rooms and sports medicine clinical care centers.
This past Wednesday, President Donald J. Trump's administration announced plans to ban the sale of flavored e-cigarettes in response to recent vaping-related hospitalizations around the country.
With the launch of the RWJBarnabas Health Athletic Performance, the University will be making sure approximately 700 student athletes have access to state-of-the-art facilities. Yet, Rutgers Athletics will also be making sure that the fans’ gameday experience remains stat-of-the-art as well, said Athletic Director Pat Hobbs in an interview with The Daily Targum.
An offer was extended to a former Rutgers female athlete, but she declined.
Although awareness for sexual assault resources has increased more than 200% since the last iSPEAK survey in 2016, the number of men and women who have reported experiencing any unwanted sexual contact has also risen, according to the iSPEAK survey results released yesterday.
Earlier this week, Marybeth Gasman, who directed the Center for Minority-Serving Institutions at the University of Pennsylvania, started a new job at Rutgers earning $250,000 a year, according to NJ Advance Media.
Two recent studies by Rutgers researchers found a link between depression and chronic health conditions in more than 50% of elderly Chinese-American immigrants.
A New Jersey bill that would impose stricter penalties on those found guilty of hazing has been approved by a state Senate committee, according to NJ Advance Media.