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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
Building History

At the Rutgers Oral History Archives, students like Kyle Downey help compile accounts of war and other events.

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Mon, 2012-10-08
Boundless Energy

Marching band member Chris Keri expresses his Rutgers fervor loud and clear—and in front of a crowd.

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Mon, 2012-09-24
Inquiry Beyond Borders

From New Jersey to China to Finland, undergraduates experiment with microbes, chemicals, and culture.

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Mon, 2012-09-24
Come Home Again!

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

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Mon, 2012-09-17
The World in a Cell

Genomics expert Debashish Bhattacharya is uncovering the complexities of life via single-cell organisms.

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Mon, 2012-09-17
The Value of Research

Innovations and discoveries by Rutgers researchers are improving the lives of people around the globe.

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Mon, 2012-09-10
Welcome, President Barchi

Robert L. Barchi, respected physician, educator, and administrator begins his tenure at Rutgers.

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Fri, 2012-08-31
Family Man

Alumnus Steven Temares honors his loved ones through the endowment of an academic chair.

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Mon, 2012-08-20
Communicating Good Health

Professor Jennifer Warren’s "Communication and Social Change" class researches ways to fight obesity.

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Mon, 2012-08-13
Organic Understanding

Chemistry professor Daniel Seidel believes in giving his students every opportunity to do research.

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Mon, 2012-08-13
The Art of Volunteering

For 50 years, alumnus Allan Maitlin has devoted himself to supporting the Zimmerli Art Museum.

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Mon, 2012-08-06
Legal Eagle

Alumna Flora Darpino, of the U.S. Army Legal Services Agency, oversees matters affecting the service.

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Mon, 2012-08-06
The Life Saver

Alumnus and oncologist David Schuller is a pioneer in treating cancers of the head and neck.

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Mon, 2012-07-30
Ford Driven

The Ford sisters—Janine, Laura, and Stephanie—pull their weight on the Scarlet Knights women’s crew team.

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Mon, 2012-07-30
Sweet Spot

Thanks to a beekeeping course, Riki Losiewicz and 80,000 bees are helping her patch of New Jersey thrive.

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Mon, 2012-07-30
Seeing Eye Puppy Raisers

A dedicated student club undertakes the bittersweet task of training potential guide dogs for the visually impaired.

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Mon, 2012-07-23
The Circuit Breaker

Alumna Kathryn Holloway, a professor of medicine and a top neurosurgeon, brings relief to thousands.

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Mon, 2012-07-23
The Great Communicator

Alumnus and telecommunications executive Dennis Bone transformed the industry in New Jersey.

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Mon, 2012-07-16
Visionary Researcher

Alumnus George Hill is renowned for his research in African sleeping sickness and for promoting diversity.

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Mon, 2012-07-09
Goldwater Scholars

Their hard work and love of research earn students Devinn Lambert and Kelvin Mei national recognition.

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Mon, 2012-07-09
Organic Initiative

Students plan, plant, and cultivate a vegetable "Garden of Eden." Campus diners enjoy the harvest.

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Mon, 2012-07-02
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, 2012-07-02
The Children's Advocate

Alumna Lois Whitman has spent nearly two decades fighting for the rights of children here and abroad.

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Mon, 2012-07-02
A Decade of Thanks

President McCormick steps down June 30, having fortified our mission of education, research, and service.

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Fri, 2012-06-22
Shifting Gears

Students Aimee Jefferson and David Koch work to get more people biking and walking on campus.

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Tue, 2012-06-19
Sea Worthy

Professor J. Frederick Grassle recruited top scientists to produce the pioneering Census of Marine Life.

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Mon, 2012-06-18

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