Outstanding Scholarship Brings Special Distinctions
Rutgers faculty excel as teachers, mentors, innovators, and practitioners. Their dedication prepares students for success and improves the quality of life for thousands. Over the years, their work has garnered the highest honors: Pulitzer Prize, MacArthur “Genius” grants, Grammy Award, National Medal of Technology and Innovation, membership in the National Academies, Nobel Prize, and top international prizes such as the Abel (mathematics), Stockholm (criminology), and Wolf (agriculture). Read about recent recognition below.
The renowned physicist who seeks a unified understanding of the basic forces and fundamental particles in the universe joins the prestigious institution.
Rutgers–Newark professor Sandy Skoglund, a leading figure in post-modern image-making, is the subject of a new book and has an ongoing exhibit at the Ryan Lee Gallery in New York City. Find out how she develops the ideas for her epic multimedia works.
Thomas Leustek from Rutgers–New Brunswick and Teresa Wood from Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences join 441 other AAAS members named new fellows because of their scientifically or socially distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications.
The RCSB Protein Data Bank headquartered at Rutgers–New Brunswick has been awarded $34.5 million in grants over five years from three U.S. government agencies.
Jinglin Fu, Rutgers–Camden, Jessica Ware, Rutgers–Newark, and Saman Zonouz, Rutgers–New Brunswick, will receive the highest honor given in the United States to beginning scientists and engineers at a special ceremony in Washington, D.C.
The director of Rutgers Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine was honored for his work on gut bacteria and the global consequences of antibiotic overuse.