Wednesday May 22, 2013
The first three Ph.D.'s will be conferred Thursday. Story
The Rutgers scholars will pursue research in the fields of English, philosophy and art history.
The graduates say they are ready to meet the adventures and challenges ahead.
Stimulus funding provided the upgrade that enhances the genetic research facility's ability to study disease.
The editors-in-chief all participate in a minority student program, which promotes diversity in legal profession.
They are writers, athletes, career changers and advocates who inspire others.
The Rutgers program sends off 52 students this year to continue their education in the medical and allied health fields.
Looking for a job? An estimated 150 employers will be attending this annual fair May 30, sponsored by Rutgers-New Brunswick Career Services.
Check out the New Jersey International Film Festival open May 31-June 16 featuring 27 screenings and workshops.
The first major U.S. exhibit on Leonid Sokov, noted Soviet era 'nonconformist' artist, runs through July at the Zimmerli.
The Zimmerli Art Museum is showcasing prints made with traditional printmaking media and the latest photographic and digital technologies.
Stop by the market on Fridays for some organic produce, grass fed beef and chicken, fresh baked pies and other items.
Find out how optical illusions may provide a breakthrough in detecting schizophrenia. Video