A collage of photos from commencement at Rutgers New Brunswick, Camden, and Newark.

Rutgers Celebrates Commencement 

The Class of 2022 rejoices after two years of navigating the academic disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jennifer Robertson is the keeper of the Big Cat Falls exhibit at the Philadelphia Zoo. She is among the alumni acting as stewards and interpreters of nature, serving in New York City, South Dakota, and Camden.


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.

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.

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Jeffrey Robinson, the new Prudential Chair at Rutgers Business School.

Jeffrey Robinson, the Prudential Chair at Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick and the new provost and executive vice chancellor at Rutgers–Newark, champions urban development, entrepreneurship, sustainability, and inclusive innovation and technology as the keys to social change. 

images from "Picturing Black Girlhood: Moments of Possibility" an international exhibition on view during the spring at Express Newark in Newark.

Picturing Black Girlhood: Moments of Possibility, a stirring exhibition at Express Newark, is a celebration of youth and coming-of-age.

Rutgers microbiologists Martin J. Blaser and Maria Gloria Dominguez-Bello.

Microbiologists Martin J. Blaser and Maria Gloria Dominguez-Bello, esteemed for investigating the widespread depletion in the diversity of the human microbiome, are the subject of a documentary.

Black students at Rutgers University–Camden occupied the College Center in 1971

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.