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American Perspectives

The Marion Thompson Wright Lecture Series celebrates its 30th year of hearing African-American voices.

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Mon, 2010-02-01
Great Plans for the Great Falls

Rutgers urban ecologists shape New Jersey’s newest National Historical Park.

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Mon, 2010-02-01
The Way to Em[POWER]

Graduate student Ryan Integlia studies light in the lab and fosters hope with energy project em[POWER].

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Mon, 2010-02-01
See for Yourself

Sign up for a tour of Rutgers this winter and discover a place that inspires the soul and challenges the mind.

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Mon, 2010-01-25
Reimagining Belfast

Professor Elizabeth Hirschman’s MBA class is aiming to help the Northern Ireland capital rebrand itself.

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Mon, 2010-01-25
Calling the Shots

Senior Danny Breslauer loves spending his days talking about the Scarlet Knights.

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Tue, 2010-01-19
Knights at the Museum

For the glory of scientific discovery, these alumni study the world at the American Museum of Natural History.

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Mon, 2010-01-11
Dramatic Intervention

To curb the spread of HIV/AIDS, Associate Professor Rachel Jones creates a new type of soap opera.

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Mon, 2010-01-11
Giving Direction

Music students in New Brunswick, Newark, and Camden learn the demanding art of conducting.

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Mon, 2010-01-11
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, 2010-01-04
How I Beat the Transfer Blues

Changing schools in mid-stream can be a challenge. Senior Nadia Ahmadein made it clear sailing.

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Mon, 2009-12-28
Baby Talk

Rutgers–Camden history professor Janet Golden is researching babies in modern America.

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Mon, 2009-12-21
Victory for the Scarlet Knights

Rutgers wins its fourth straight bowl game, defeating the University of Central Florida.

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Sat, 2009-12-19
Successful Voyage

The Scarlet Knight robotic research glider completes a historic underwater trans-Atlantic trek.

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Thu, 2009-12-17
A Growing Perspective

By following his interests, student Syed Abbas has gotten an education that spans three continents.

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Mon, 2009-12-14
Scarlet Knights Are Bowl Bound

The Scarlet Knights make their fifth consecutive bowl appearance on Saturday, December 19.

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Tue, 2009-12-08
New Jersey State of Mind

Alumnus Tom Birkner’s art captures the moment and something more.

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Mon, 2009-12-07
Phenomenal Poinsettias

Nicki Graf and colleagues transform a Rutgers greenhouse into a kaleidoscope of color.

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Mon, 2009-11-30
Protecting the Pinelands

Rutgers researchers steward New Jersey’s unique biosphere.

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Mon, 2009-11-23
Enjoy the Ride

How Rutgers researchers help smooth the roads for New Jersey drivers.

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Mon, 2009-11-23
Courage—and Community

At Rutgers, Chinaza Okonkwo found the courage—and community—to reach for her dreams.

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Mon, 2009-11-23
Helping Neighborhoods Recover

Two Bloustein professors lend their expertise to communities endangered by the foreclosure crisis.

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Mon, 2009-11-16
RAH Takes Inventory

As it takes stock of its first year, Rutgers Against Hunger continues to help New Jerseyans in need.

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Mon, 2009-11-09
Environment-Friendly Grasses

Rutgers experts travel around the world in search of grasses needing less water and fewer pesticides.

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Mon, 2009-11-09
Happy Birthday, College Football

On a small field near the banks of the Raritan River, college football was born 140 years ago.

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Wed, 2009-11-04
Making Maps

These maps tell stories about everything from butterfly migrations to New Jersey history.

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Mon, 2009-11-02
Warm First Impression

A new center offers a memorable welcome to first-time visitors and a gathering place for the university.

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Mon, 2009-11-02
Rutgers Idol

The new acting class at Mason Gross School of the Arts has already made it past stiff competition.

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Mon, 2009-10-26
Kid Lit: Look Beyond the Book

A writer takes the credo “understand your audience” to new levels in a Rutgers Ph.D. program.

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Mon, 2009-10-26
The Resilient Meadowlands

Researchers recast the former toxic wasteland as an ecological wonder.

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Mon, 2009-10-19

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