Alumnus Jonathan Ullman presides over a popular destination in Las Vegas, where details of the battle between organized crime and law enforcement can be discovered.
We Did It!
Despite two years of academics disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Class of 2022 perseveres and gets a stirring send-off at commencement.
PLUS: Meet the alumnus who is married to The Mob (Museum) • Women’s basketball coaching icon C. Vivian Stringer retires • The summer’s best beach chair • Alumni who are stewards of nature • Sublime soul food
Women’s participation in public office has climbed over the past half century—thanks, in no small part, to the Rutgers Center for American Women and Politics, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Twelve professors are elected fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
The Black Camden Oral History Project will tell the stories of life and activism in the city, including the Black student protest movement at Rutgers University–Camden.
The Class of 2022 rejoices after two years of navigating the academic disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rutgers Law School faculty and students partake in the pro bono Stop Evicting Newark Project to stem the surge in pandemic-related evictions.
Alumni Sandy Jaffe and Linda Stamato fund the creation of a research fellowship at the Honors Living-Learning Community at Rutgers University–Newark.
After two years of being limited to virtual presentations, Rutgers Day returned to Rutgers University–New Brunswick in the spring.
The Rutgers community mourns the loss of Emmet A. Dennis, the former professor and dean of University College at Rutgers University–New Brunswick.