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Leadership and Growth

Senior Niloufar Mahgerefteh values the leadership skills she’s gained from student government.

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Mon, 2010-12-13

Little Brains, Big Ideas

By studying babies’ brains, neuroscientist April Benasich hopes to help children with learning difficulties.

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Mon, 2010-11-29

CSI: Rutgers

Three alumni in Miami’s real-life crime lab help investigate everything from murder to arson.

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Mon, 2010-11-29

Oasis of Opportunity

Douglass Residential College inspires Janina Pescinski to new heights, as its predecessor did her mom Janet.

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Mon, 2010-11-22

Demystifying Comp-Sci

Professor Michael Littman is demystifying the world of computers with robots, dominoes, and coffee makers.

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Mon, 2010-11-22

Our Rutgers, Our Future

Historic fundraising campaign will strengthen the many ways Rutgers serves students, the state, and the world.

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Mon, 2010-11-15

Help Beyond the Holidays

Rutgers Against Hunger’s Adopt-a-Family program collects food and household goods to sustain families.

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Mon, 2010-11-15

To Know the Volcano

Doctoral student Pablo Ruiz Cubillo, backed by Rutgers know-how, conducts field research in Costa Rica.

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Mon, 2010-11-01

All the Food Groups

Gifts to Rutgers will help Peter Gillies bring together top researchers to study the links between diet and disease.

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Mon, 2010-11-01

Celebrating ’60s Idealism

As the first training site for the fledgling Peace Corps, Rutgers helps mark its 50th anniversary.

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Mon, 2010-10-25

Building Blocks of Art

Alumnus Sean Kenney’s artwork is more than just child's play, despite his unusual artistic medium.

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Mon, 2010-10-18

High-Impact Research

Rutgers researchers generate ideas, fuel economic progress, and improve lives.

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Mon, 2010-10-18

London Bridge

Donations to Rutgers help Mason Gross students, such as Annapurna Sriram, train at Shakespeare’s Globe.

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Wed, 2010-10-13

The Complete Academic

Historian and American studies scholar Ann Fabian balances multiple roles to benefit the humanities.

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Mon, 2010-10-11

A Passion for Urban Progress

New Rutgers–Camden chancellor Wendell E. Pritchett shares his vision for the campus and the city.

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Mon, 2010-10-04

Reflecting on Water

An exhibition at the Zimmerli Art Museum flows across genres and centuries to capture the nature of water.

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Wed, 2010-09-29

For Doctors, For Patients

Shannon Agner, an M.D./Ph.D. student, is developing new tools to help doctors diagnose breast cancer.

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Mon, 2010-09-27

President’s Annual Address

Watch the video or read the text of the address.

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Fri, 2010-09-24

President's Annual Address

Join President McCormick for his annual address at the University Senate, 1:10 p.m., Friday, September 24.

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Mon, 2010-09-20

Come Home Again!

Return to campus to reconnect with friends and professors and have some fun at homecoming.

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Mon, 2010-09-20

Facing AIDS in Africa

New initiative sends post-doctoral residents, like Imbi Ichile, to nations beset by the pandemic.

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Mon, 2010-09-20

Researching Genes and Disease

Professor Jay Tischfield oversees DNA analysis at the Rutgers University Cell and DNA Repository.

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Mon, 2010-09-13

Get Involved

The Involvement Fair showcases hundreds of clubs and activities. Explore your interests.

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Mon, 2010-09-06

You Changed My Life

Take a class with Professor Larry Temkin, and you’re in for a life-altering exploration of ethics and morality.

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Mon, 2010-08-16

Keeping Food Shelves Stocked

With a can drive at orientation, guides like Nicholas Raynor are getting new students involved in RAH.

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Mon, 2010-08-16

Reviving the Jersey Tomato

How researchers at Rutgers are leading the drive to bring back that old-time flavor.

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Mon, 2010-08-16

You’ve Got Questions

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

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Mon, 2010-08-16

The Art of Confinement

The paintings of arts professor Denyse Thomasos contemplate the toll of imprisonment.

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Mon, 2010-08-09

Writing—and Making—History

Graduate student Khamboly Dy’s history of the Khmer Rouge helps Cambodians grapple with their past.

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Mon, 2010-08-02

New Jersey Is Horse Country

And Rutgers’ Equine Science Center is the horse’s biggest advocate.

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Mon, 2010-08-02

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