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Devinn Lambert

At 29, Devinn Lambert has been recognized as one of the nation's young trailblazers for her work at the U.S. Department of Energy, where she oversees about $35 million worth of research grants.

Maya Ravichandran

Maya Ravichandran was one of 46 students in the nation – and only the second in Rutgers history – awarded the prestigious postgraduate scholarship.

SELFMade_Charmaine Vann Seagraves

A Rutgers staffer and team of alumnae created the project Self Made to showcase Black women business owners in Newark as they are: proud, strong and successful.

hero vaccine

As the vaccine rollout continues and more people will soon qualify, Rutgers medical faculty share their experiences so people can know what to expect – and know that any mild discomfort or side effects they may experience are worth it.

Campus markers

Plaques will be installed at four New Brunswick locations this spring that tell the story of Rutgers' early benefactors whose families made their fortunes through the slave economy, President Jonathan Holloway announced.

Javier Robles

Javier Robles, a teaching instructor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health who is paralyzed from the chest down, assembled a statewide panel to fight for legislative action.