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Rutgers professor at the School of Environmental and Behavioral Sciences Pamela McElwee said temperature changes affects the market of food.

Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Salvador Mena said this year's iSPEAK survey found a 67% increase in the University’s office of Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA).

Marybeth Gasman, who previously worked at the University of Pennsylvania, will be hosting a launch event celebrating the new institute at Rutgers today at the Graduate School of Education.


Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Barbara Lee has also recently been asked to be the chair of the new Committee on Sexual Harassment Prevention and Culture Change.


Every semester, the School of Arts and Sciences offers a Major and Minor Fair to provide students with insight and advice on their intended field of study.

Alexander Gates, executive director of Garden State-Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation, wants the grant to aid graduate students in STEM. 

Reynold Panettieri, an emergency medicine professor at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, said there have not been recent medicines to relax the lung's smooth muscle because studies on asthma have not focused specifically on lung tissue.

Fae Cushing is graduating with a bachelor’s in psychological rehabilitation from Rutgers and will attend New York University in the fall to pursue a master’s degree in mental health and wellness counseling, Cushing said in an interview with The Daily Targum. 

 Tom Orton, an extension specialist in the Department of Plant Biology, said the cultivar of the Rutgers tomato was most popular world-wide in the 1940's and 1950's. Recently, Rutgers has decided to recreate the Rutgers tomato based on its descendants. 

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