They are driven by a desire to serve and a growing understanding of the importance of their work. Meet some of Rutgers' newest med students who donned their white coats for the first time.
After learning about the staggering death rates for mothers and babies in New Jersey, New Brunswick Honors College student Zoe Reich set out to make a difference. Read the release and story on NJ.com.
On the field playing soccer for Rutgers-Newark, Timothy Fariaslearned the importance of doing his part to help his team succeed. The lesson – that he can make a difference, which impacts others in the game – inspired him to also be a catalyst for change in his community.
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.