George H. Cook Campus
At a Glance
The George H. Cook campus is a vibrant academic oasis at Rutgers University–New Brunswick, humming with exploration of all things environmental. The agrarian heritage of the campus remains strong: Cook is home base to both the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station.
Must-Dos and Sees
Cook campus is where we engage the stuff of life: what happens under the sea, the flora and fauna of the earth, how we interact with our environment, what we eat, and how the atmosphere and farthest reaches of the heavens affect our lives.
Cook and Douglass campuses are not rigidly defined, so you'll often find references to the Cook/Douglass campus
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