David Cennimo, an infectious disease expert at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, talks to NJ.com about creating a “risk budget” for the holiday.
We may all be wondering when things are going to return to normal. But first we must consider what normal means, Rutgers sociology professor Lee Clarke writes for NJ.com.
Spring 2020 virtual performance for MGSA Jazz Dance.
Albert Ayeni grew up in Nigeria, where a meal seemed incomplete if it did not include a hot pepper. Now he is working to make Rutgers the go-to center for hot pepper research to appeal to New Jersey’s growing ethnic communities and remind them of home.
Seemingly out of science fiction (it has been used by the fictional doctors on Grey’s Anatomy), the virtual dissection table brings the future of gross anatomy and clinical science education to Rutgers’ School of Health Professions.
With her humanizing treatment of her subjects, Jordan Casteel, a professor of fine arts at Rutgers–Newark, is a rising star in the world of figurative painting, which is undergoing something of a renaissance.