Twitter



Recent Media:

Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Salvador B. Mena sent a University-wide email to detail how students should be counted in the U.S. Census. Students living in on-campus housing will be counted by Rutgers, students in off-campus housing count themselves in their individual units and students commuting from home will be counted by their parents or guardians.
NEWS

news.salvadormena.twitter.jpg

Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Salvador B. Mena sent a University-wide email to detail how students should be counted in the U.S. Census. Students living in on-campus housing will be counted by Rutgers, students in off-campus housing count themselves in their individual units and students commuting from home will be counted by their parents or guardians.

Under an executive order issued by the New Jersey Department of Health, level one trauma-designated hospitals will be named coordinating entities for their region. They will be required to monitor surges in critical care bed utilization as well as serving as consultants for the field hospitals and liaisons with the Department of Health advisory group.
NEWS

news.lab.twitter.jpeg

Under an executive order issued by the New Jersey Department of Health, level one trauma-designated hospitals will be named coordinating entities for their region. They will be required to monitor surges in critical care bed utilization as well as serving as consultants for the field hospitals and liaisons with the Department of Health advisory group.

The second coronavirus disease (COVID-19) drive-through testing site will open on Monday at the PNC Banks Center in Holmdel, New Jersey. It will open each day at 8 a.m. and remain open until it reaches its daily testing capacity.
NEWS

news.pnc.twitter.jpeg

The second coronavirus disease (COVID-19) drive-through testing site will open on Monday at the PNC Banks Center in Holmdel, New Jersey. It will open each day at 8 a.m. and remain open until it reaches its daily testing capacity.

Assistant Professor in the Rutgers School of Public Health, Thomas Mackie, was awarded a $41 million contract to study the effectiveness of Perinatal Psychiatry Access Programs.
NEWS

news.1.mackie.twitter.jpg

Assistant Professor in the Rutgers School of Public Health, Thomas Mackie, was awarded a $41 million contract to study the effectiveness of Perinatal Psychiatry Access Programs.

More Media

Support Independent Student Journalism

Your donation helps support independent student journalists of all backgrounds research and cover issues that are important to the entire Rutgers community. All donations are tax deductible.