The Rutgers–Camden alumna is the executive director of the oldest and largest low-cost spaying clinic, adoption center, and no-kill animal shelter in southern New Jersey.
On the Banks
A special section showcases the facts, figures, and points of pride that underscore the university's commitment to academic, health care, and research excellence.
Rutgers–New Brunswick initiates “15+ to Finish” to encourage students to complete 15 or more credits each semester by providing them with resources to stay on track to graduate.
OBITUARY: Alumnus Robert G. Ackerman steered Corning Inc. on a path from one industry to another.
Chancellor Antonio Tillis welcomes more than 400 students, faculty, and staff at the Rutgers–Camden Inaugural Fall Convocation.
Brian Higgins is pursuing a Ph.D. at the Graduate School–Newark and researching methods for detecting groundwater contamination while being an example for others.
The Pride Bus, a common sight at Rutgers–New Brunswick during the fall, is a symbol of university support for a community that has faced increasing discrimination and even deadly violence worldwide.
The Honors Living-Learning Community at Rutgers–Newark is an intergenerational learning and residential community that has garnered national recognition for reimagining honors programs.
The Rutgers Law School alumnus had a distinguished career as a public servant.