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Nov 21, 2005
  Wise Young named by Esquire as one of the 'Best and Brightest' of 2005
Campus forums on undergraduate education end, discussions continue
Conference enriches student affairs staff
Global expert named dean of business school in Camden
Planning statute expert joins Center for Government Services as director
A leader in student development
Staff Spotlight: Ed Oksienik
South Africa's eye on the sky opens new research opportunities for Rutgers
Paul Robeson Center Art Gallery's new director hopes to extend programs beyond campus borders
Pharmacy students hone clinical skills in real-world medical setting
Rutgers and Pathmark offer something new at the pharmacy counter
More men enter the nursing profession
Rutgers hosts AIDS Memorial Quilt exhibit

Nov 7, 2005
  Transforming Rutgers' historic College Avenue campus
Breslauer named vice president for health science partnerships
Rutgers plays key role in Web site to help job seekers land higher education positions in New Jersey
Former governor Kean, as Rutgers' Case Professor, speaks to students, faculty
Professors named fellows of national science association
South African Supreme Court justice launches program with Camden law school
As world gets smaller, Rutgers-Newark expands global affairs offerings
Peter Golden, professor of history, Faculty of Arts and Science-Newark, delivered the first Distinguished Faculty Lecture on the Newark campus.
Staff Spotlight: Danene Sorace
Silver Knights: A staff retiree group offers support to Rutgers and just plain fun
New book offers look at Camden's decline and renewal
Two decades of globetrotting
A sailor learns IT on the high seas
Accomplished Air Force vet grapples with anti-gay policy
Global programs director learned Russian and more during his time overseas
Mason Gross launches 'project.' in new gallery space

Oct 24, 2005
  Community dialogues continue
President's staff recognition awards program honors individuals, work teams
Acting Gov. Codey unveils Rutgers study on economic benefits of stem cell research initiative
Acclaimed geologist named Board of Governors Professor
Rutgers hosts conference on "Imagining America"
Groundbreaking ceremony heralds major restoration project for Camden's historic Johnson Park
Richard P. McCormick honored by Educational Opportunity Fund
CASE program hosts second annual awards ceremony
Staff Spotlight: Nyeema C. Watson
Study abroad changes lives
A musical approach to writing
Fort Lee: Once home to Paramount and Fox
Memoir of a trans-Atlantic life
Poetry describes the commonplace, transcendent
Medical decision making on behalf of the mentally disabled

Oct 10, 2005
  Dalai Lama charms, uplifts New Jersey
Faculty members air views on undergraduate report
Rutgers hires nationally recognized marketing and communications firm
Newark campus celebrates first-ever, four-day Homecoming
Cook College hosts first forum
Faculty, Staff Honors and Awards
A legacy for Carlie
Staff Spotlight: Susan Klau
Monks create sand mandala
Rutgers' Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology
Researchers probe complexities of trade in African slaves
Graduate students and teachers bring lessons from South Africa home to New Jersey
Newark exhibit to tap the city's creative past
Writers at Rutgers Reading Series features five noted authors

Sep 26, 2005
  Rutgers opens arms to visiting students, faculty displaced by Hurricane Katrina
Former state education commissioner Librera to head new GSE institute
Michael Pazzani named VP for research and graduate and professional education
In brief
Randal Pinkett, Rutgers graduate, Rhodes scholar and entrepreneur, competes on NBC's 'The Apprentice'
Rutgers police urge participation in ICE cell phone campaign
At Rutgers, and nationwide, enrollment of foreign students drops
Staff Spotlight: Jane Doolittle
EcoComplex practices environmental responsibility while encouraging businesses and students to do same
First full-color images from Southern African Large Telescope
Neuroscience researchers link individual preferences to neuronal brain activity
A potential protein therapy for autism
Plastic homes for the hermit crab may beat nature
Rutgers leads study of proteins
Plant compound combats pancreatic cancer
Cohabitation replacing marriage?
Scientists decipher genetic code of rice

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