Jonathan Holloway fills key administrative positions with leaders uniquely qualified to carry out the priorities that the president has outlined for Rutgers.
Rutgers Big Ideas—an initiative of 12 bold projects with global implications—draw on the university’s academic, health care, and research expertise to better the world.
PLUS: Saving the Jersey Shore • Remembering a Restive Rutgers • Playing Through the Pandemic • Putting Workers First • Testing for a Safe Vaccine
Rutgers Big Ideas—an initiative of 12 bold projects with global implications—will draw on the university’s academic, health care, and research expertise to make the world a better place.
The Coastal Climate Risk and Resilience initiative trains Rutgers graduate students to collaborate with local decision-makers and help vulnerable shore communities prepare for the impact of climate change.
Rutgers is among the national leaders in producing Fulbright Students, who teach or conduct research abroad.
Jonathan Holloway presided over his first commencement as Rutgers’ president: the 255th Anniversary Commencement.
Three members of the Rutgers community are selected for key positions by President Biden.
Rutgers University–Camden received an anonymous gift of $3.5 million to create the Rayman L. Solomon Scholars program at Rutgers Law School in Camden.
Antonio D. Tillis is named the new chancellor of Rutgers University–Camden.
Central New Jerseyans who faced homelessness because of the COVID-19 pandemic share their stories in the Shelter Project, funded by the Henry Luce Foundation.