Chancellor Molloy remarks on the activities of Access Week and acknowledges faculty and staff who are engaged in diversity, equity, and inclusion at Rutgers.
Advancing Our Higher Purpose
The Office of the Chancellor is committed to furthering the university's mission of excellence in teaching, research, and service that benefits the public good in New Jersey, the nation, and the world.
Chancellor Christopher Molloy leads the Rutgers University flagship, a national research powerhouse that is steeped in history, innovation, and diversity. Rutgers University–New Brunswick generates new knowledge and new scholars, and is an institution whose faculty, students, staff, and alumni tackle issues ranging from health care to climate change, from technology to nutrition, from the arts to engineering.
Rutgers is strengthening its reputation as a leading national research university and New Jersey's preeminent, comprehensive public institution of higher education.
In clinics and centers, in labs and libraries, in the field and across the globe, Rutgers faculty and students create knowledge, advance economic progress, improve lives, and enrich humanity.
Chancellor Molloy announces the formation of a steering committee to guide Rutgers–New Brunswick’s diversity strategic planning efforts.
Chancellor Molloy talks about Access Week 2021 and encourages us to rethink the traditional role of higher education to promote access and ensure educational opportunities.
Chancellor Molloy's statement about the recent Zoom-bombing incidents.
Chancellor Molloy thanks faculty and staff for their ongoing work and resilience and reminds them to practice self-care.
Our current vision includes in-person experiences for all courses that were fully face-to-face before the onset of the pandemic.
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