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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 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
Refining the Focus

Graduate student Megan Cole Paustian explores literary intersections of Western and African culture and religion.

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Mon, 2012-06-11
Being Out, Speaking Out

Chris Jones, third from left, discovers a home—and his voice—in Rutgers’ supportive LGBT community.

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Mon, 2012-05-21
Expanding Vision

Kevin Tobia is one of 15 students worldwide selected to study at Oxford on an Ertegun Scholarship.

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Mon, 2012-05-14
In the Lab and Elsewhere

Aresty Research Center students conduct original research across the entire range of human inquiry.

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Mon, 2012-05-14
Congratulations, Class of 2012

Rutgers University honors our newest graduates and welcomes them to our proud alumni family.

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Sun, 2012-05-13
Thank You, New Jersey

Generous giving by Garden State residents has helped us get more than halfway to our fundraising goal.

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Mon, 2012-05-07
Giving Her Two Cents’ Worth

Professor and economist Rosanne Altschuler explains the tax reforms needed to get our economy moving.

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Mon, 2012-05-07
A Great Time

Thanks to all the thousands of participants who helped make our fourth Rutgers Day a great success.

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Sat, 2012-04-28
Beaming to the World

Student Terek Pierce got involved at RU-tv and helped launch an international campus news show.

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Fri, 2012-04-27
Free. For Everyone

Enjoy 500 events, along with great food, music and more on campuses in New Brunswick and Piscataway.

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Mon, 2012-04-23
Celebrate Commencement

Join us at High Point Solutions Stadium on May 13 as the university honors all of its newest graduates.

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Mon, 2012-04-23
Award-winning Filmmaker

Alumnus Robert Pulcini garners raves for directing movies starring big-name Hollywood talent.

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Mon, 2012-04-16
Collaboration and Discovery

Sister-and-brother team Debra and Jeffrey Laskin lead one of many government-funded research initiatives.

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Mon, 2012-04-09
A Better Path

After a huge mistake, Walter Fortson refocused his life, enrolled at Rutgers, and won a Truman Scholarship.

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Wed, 2012-04-04
Free. For Everyone

Enjoy 500 events, along with great food, music and more on campuses in New Brunswick and Piscataway.

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Mon, 2012-04-02
Across Nations and Cultures

Professor Kathleen López charts the path of Asian migrants in the Caribbean.

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Mon, 2012-04-02
Good Chemistry

Studying languages and science, Jacques Karcnik found a research program in Brazil that met all his interests.

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Mon, 2012-04-02
The Heir to Houdini

Sophomore finance major Eric Wilzig dazzles audiences with his “extreme” brand of magic and illusion.

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Mon, 2012-03-19
Support, Strength, and Guidance

Physicians Owano and Shelley-Ann Pennycooke mapped out a future with the help of ODASIS.

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Mon, 2012-03-19
Human Touch

Professor Barbara Cooper's study of the issues behind Niger's high birth rate may hold lessons for the world.

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Mon, 2012-03-12

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