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Thanks a Billion

Learn more about the opportunities made possible through the generous support of alumni, donors, and friends and the exciting transformations happening at Rutgers.

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Mon, 2015-03-23
Learning from the Greatest

Celebrating jazz legend Charles Mingus, the Mingus Project connects Mason Gross students with master musicians.

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Mon, 2015-03-23
Battle Tested

As the Baghdad bureau chief for the Associated Press, alumna Vivian Salama oversees the dangerous reporting on the fighting in Iraq.

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Mon, 2015-03-23
Polyglot's Paradise

Extensive language and linguistics offerings, robust study abroad programs, and a diverse student population help language student Jeremy Yeaton flourish.

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Mon, 2015-03-16
Dogs’ Best Friend

Thanks to alumna and pet physical therapist Petra Ford, canines recovering from injuries or staving off old age benefit from rehabilitative therapies.

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Mon, 2015-03-09
Advances in Health Sciences

Professor Victor Shengkan Jin studies a version of a drug used to treat intestinal parasites as a possible weapon in the battle against type 2 diabetes.

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Mon, 2015-03-09
Effects of a Wavier Jet Stream

Jennifer Francis and other climate researchers link a warmer Arctic to a meandering atmospheric jet stream and a pattern of more extreme weather.

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Mon, 2015-02-23
The Velez Family Heads to College

The Rutgers Future Scholars program puts higher education within reach for these hard-working siblings, transforming a family.

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Mon, 2015-02-16
Teacher. Innovator. Revolutionary.

Darrin York helps students master general chemistry and teaches them to think like scientists. He is the 2014 New Jersey Professor of the Year.

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Mon, 2015-02-16
Success Stories

Here with his wife, Kim, and son, Daniel, Munson McLeod survived cancer with help from the Cancer Institute of New Jersey's Blood and Marrow Transplant Team.

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Mon, 2015-02-16
The Ebola Fighter

Featured in Time magazine’s “Person of the Year” issue, alumna Ella Watson-Stryker exemplifies the frontline workers battling the epidemic in West Africa.

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Wed, 2015-02-11
Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering

Rutgers receives $10 million in donations to name a new engineering building and honor a family legacy.

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Tue, 2015-02-03
Healing Combination

New Jersey Medical School student Khoa Tran's love for literature led to his interest in narrative medicine, a treatment approach that stresses listening and reflection.

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Tue, 2015-02-03
Have a Great Academic Year

You are in charge of your academic career. Stay on top of things. Seek guidance and support.

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Mon, 2015-02-02
Biology Research, Refreshed

A bright new laboratory space and a revamped course offer students more hands-on, research-driven learning.

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Mon, 2015-01-26
Look! Up in the Sky!

Commercial drones are coming your way. Rutgers leads a consortium that is researching and testing the usage of drones in national airspace.

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Mon, 2015-01-26
Thanks a Billion

President Barchi announces the successful completion of Our Rutgers, Our Future campaign.

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Thu, 2015-01-22
The Art Sleuth

At the Frick Collection in New York, alumna Elizabeth Lane has a dream job of helping scholars discern the provenance of rare art.

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Tue, 2015-01-20
A Crisis in Focus

Alumnus and photographer Marcus DiPaola captures the complexity and pain of the Ebola virus disease in Liberia.

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Tue, 2015-01-20
You’ve Got Questions

And we’ve got answers. The students of RU-info will help answer your Rutgers-related questions.

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Tue, 2015-01-20
Her Vision

Kristine Baffo is the first African American, the first woman, and the first Douglass Residential College student to become president of the Rutgers University Student Assembly.

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Mon, 2015-01-12
A Pipeline to Recovery

Neurosurgeon Chirag Gandhi uses endovascular techniques that lessen the trauma of brain surgery, allowing patients such as Marjorie Carle to recover quickly.

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Mon, 2015-01-12
Join the Conversation

More than 50,000 people now follow @RutgersU on Facebook. Talk about all things #Rutgers.

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Fri, 2015-01-09
A Crisis in Focus

Alumnus and photographer Marcus DiPaola captures the complexity and pain of the Ebola virus disease in Liberia.

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Wed, 2015-01-07
Biology Research, Refreshed

A bright new laboratory space and a revamped course offer students more hands-on, research-driven learning.

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Mon, 2015-01-05
Fighting the Resistance

As current medicines grow less effective against disease-causing bacteria, researchers are ramping up efforts to develop a new arsenal of antibiotics.

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Mon, 2015-01-05
Rutgers Wins Bowl

Rutgers football wins its sixth bowl game, defeating the North Carolina Tar Heels.

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Fri, 2014-12-26
The Art Sleuth

At the Frick Collection in New York, alumna Elizabeth Lane has a dream job of helping scholars discern the provenance of rare art.

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Mon, 2014-12-22
Mapping the Insect Family Tree

Analyzing comprehensive molecular data, a team of researchers produces a groundbreaking map of the evolution of the planet’s insects.

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Mon, 2014-12-22
Her Vision

Kristine Baffo is the first African American, the first woman, and the first Douglass Residential College student to become president of the Rutgers University Student Assembly.

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Mon, 2014-12-15

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