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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
The Power of the CAVE

Inspired by 1980s computer labs, a gathering space for computer science students sparks collaboration, camaraderie, and creativity.

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Mon, 2014-12-15
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
Rutgers Is Bowl Bound

The Scarlet Knights make their ninth bowl appearance in 10 years on Friday, December 26.

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Mon, 2014-12-08
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, 2014-12-08
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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Thu, 2014-12-04
Where the Heart Is

Wherever they have lived, alumni Barbara and Gary Rodkin have been cheering for Rutgers, most recently with a generous pledge for the new Honors College.

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Mon, 2014-11-24
Sustaining the Mission

Marshall Jones III and the Crossroads Theatre Company stay true to cofounder Ricardo Khan's vision of presenting the work of leading black playwrights and actors.

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Mon, 2014-11-24
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, 2014-11-24
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, 2014-11-17
Welcome, Visitors

We’re pleased to welcome new friends to our campus as Rutgers football hosts the Hoosiers of Indiana University.

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Thu, 2014-11-06
Damage Control

Two years after Sandy struck, Sea Bright mayor and Rutgers alumna Dina Long remains resourceful and tireless in her efforts to get the town rebuilt and running again.

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Thu, 2014-10-30
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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Thu, 2014-10-30
More Sleep, Less Medicine

Working with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, a Rutgers sleep program offers treatments to break insomnia’s grip.

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Thu, 2014-10-30
The Oyster Is Her World

Honors scholar Lauren Huey works to save New Jersey’s oysters from a killer disease.

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Mon, 2014-10-27
Come Home Again!

Return to campus to reconnect with friends and professors, have some fun, and root for the Scarlet Knights as they welcome the Wisconsin Badgers.

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Fri, 2014-10-24
Join the Conversation

Find the Rutgers social media channels that interest you, sign up, and add your voice to the discussion.

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Mon, 2014-10-20
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, 2014-10-20
Advocate for Science and Freedom

Physics and mathematics professor Joel Lebowitz receives the Grande Médaille from the French Academy of Sciences.

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Mon, 2014-10-20
See for Yourself

Rutgers is a big, dynamic, welcoming place with a lot to offer. Come visit and feel the energy firsthand.

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Mon, 2014-10-13
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, 2014-10-13
What a Crew!

For 150 years, the men's crew teams have produced national team members, world-record holders, and Olympic medal winners. Today, they're still going strong.

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Tue, 2014-10-07
Why Does Your Support Count?

Get the facts about the university's funding and learn why your donation matters.

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Mon, 2014-10-06
Leader for a New Era

Peter March, the new executive dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, discusses what’s next for Rutgers' largest school.

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Mon, 2014-10-06
What a Win!

Congratulations to the Scarlet Knights football team on their first Big Ten victory and thank you to all the visitors and fans who came out to cheer on the team.

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Sat, 2014-10-04
Welcome, Visitors

We're excited to host Michigan Wolverines fans and welcome new friends to our campus.

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Mon, 2014-09-29
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, 2014-09-22
Gained in Translation

Children of Spanish-speaking immigrants often serve as communication mediators for their parents. Researcher Vikki Katz studies their complicated role.

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Mon, 2014-09-15
A Transformational Gift

An anonymous $10 million pledge expands possibilities for genomic research, cultivation of future scientists, and targeted cancer therapies.

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Tue, 2014-09-09
Welcome, Visitors

We're excited to host our first Big Ten football game and welcome new friends to our campus.

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Mon, 2014-09-08

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