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Rutgers undergraduates present research at 12th Annual Research Symposium

The Aresty Research Center offers students the chance to conduct research while still an undergraduate and present it to their peers and professors.  More than 500 Rutgers undergraduates, who have worked with almost 300 professors, presented their research at the Center's 12th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium at the Livingston Student Center on April 29th, according to the symposium's program.  Research projects cover a variety of disciplines, including the humanities, the social sciences and the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. Katie Pyott, program coordinator for the Aresty Research Center, is responsible for numerous aspects of the symposium’s success.

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Alexander Library earned a two-year grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to move 100,000 newspapers from microfilm archives to a digital format, allowing a greater number of students to read them.
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Alexander Library earned a two-year grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to move 100,000 newspapers from microfilm archives to a digital format, allowing a greater number of students to read them.

A cooperative effort between Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick and the Rutgers Cooperative Extension has lead to a farmer’s market which provides low-cost foods to residents using food vouchers for assistance.
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A cooperative effort between Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick and the Rutgers Cooperative Extension has lead to a farmer’s market which provides low-cost foods to residents using food vouchers for assistance.

The Rutgers Meditation Club aims to help students unwind and focus on positive thoughts.
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The Rutgers Meditation Club aims to help students unwind and focus on positive thoughts.

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