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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, 2013-03-11
A Life in Words

Writer-in-residence Paul Blaney encourages his students to rewrite and be open to fresh approaches.

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Tue, 2013-03-05
Rx for Medicine

Alumna and medical student LeAnne Roberts advocates to make the health care system more effective.

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Mon, 2013-03-04
Coding Contests

Students Joshua Matthews and Kaitlin Poskaitis gain real-world know-how at programming contests.

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Mon, 2013-02-25
Collaboration, at Work and Home

Researchers Judith and Peddrick Weis together examine how environmental toxins affect marine life.

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Mon, 2013-02-25
True Believer

Two years after his injury, Eric LeGrand reveals how his life has been a blessing and why he will walk again.

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Mon, 2013-02-18
The Pinelands as a Laboratory

All year, this vast, protected biosphere is abuzz with student researchers conducting outdoor fieldwork.

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Mon, 2013-02-11
Successful Transfer

Student Sarah Kammers turned her anxiety over the size of Rutgers into a life-changing opportunity.

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Mon, 2013-02-04
New Formulation

Alumnus Bruce Epstein created a scholarship to help students find rewarding careers in the pharmacy field.

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Mon, 2013-01-14
Better Autism Detection

Researcher Elizabeth Torres believes careful measure of body movements may be key in diagnosis and therapy.

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Mon, 2013-01-14
Sculpting Nature

Alumna Andrea Cochran, landscape architect, turns stagnant properties into delightful spaces.

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Mon, 2013-01-07
A Good Egg

Alumnus and researcher Ralph Brinster credits unstinting labor for his groundbreaking advances.

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Mon, 2012-12-24
Breath Is Life

Junior Katie Morey transforms environmental health research into tools for urban faith communities.

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Mon, 2012-12-17
A Compelling Voice

Professor Evie Shockley, a new voice in American poetry, inspires students across academic disciplines.

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Mon, 2012-12-17
Well Trained

To honor Louis Gambaccini, who established NJ Transit, his family gave a moving gift to Rutgers.

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Mon, 2012-12-10
Even Stronger

CIC membership offers opportunities for academic partnerships with other top-tier research universities.

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Wed, 2012-12-05
Sound Philosophy

Hyewoon Kate Lim, Erikson Rojas, and other students perform DeBussy at Carnegie Hall.

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Mon, 2012-12-03
Researching Dementia

Rutgers neuroscientists Tracey J. Shors and Laszlo Zaborszky study how to prevent and treat dementia.

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Mon, 2012-11-26
Rutgers Will Join the Big Ten

The university's NCAA Division I teams will compete in the storied athletic conference.

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Tue, 2012-11-20
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, 2012-11-19
Educator of the Year

Dean Joseph Barone earns a research council award for a career marked by educational innovation.

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Mon, 2012-11-19
A Place for Douglass Engineers

A new women's living-learning community aims to provide students with support and structure.

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Mon, 2012-11-19
New Jersey Inventor of the Year

Researcher Paula Tallal codeveloped groundbreaking software to aid children with learning disabilities.

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Mon, 2012-11-12
Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

As New Jersey recovers from the hurricane, find ways you can give and get help.

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Fri, 2012-11-09
Strong Comeback

Felled by an aneurysm, student Wislande Guillaume more than recovered, she excelled.

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Mon, 2012-10-29
Champion of Graphene

Physics professor Eva Andrei's discoveries of the atomic properties of graphene have gigantic implications.

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Mon, 2012-10-29
Art=Text=Art

The Zimmerli Art Museum hosts an exploration of the form, function, and interpretations of language.

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Mon, 2012-10-29
Small Kitchen, Big Mission

The Rutgers-affiliated SouperVan aims for sustainability and supports the community with every bowl.

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Mon, 2012-10-22
Ready to Open Minds

New professors share their high hopes for reaching students in the classroom and advancing their research.

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Mon, 2012-10-15
Cultivating Future Scientists

Rutgers 4-H sparks a passion for science, technology, engineering, and math in New Jersey youngsters.

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Mon, 2012-10-08

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