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Nearly a decade after returning to Rutgers to assume the presidency, Richard L. McCormick is preparing to step down. He leaves with many accomplishments to his credit at a time when the university may be acquiring a medical school.
Alumna Bhairavi Desai is the cofounder and executive director of the New York Taxi Workers Alliance, a union representing roughly one-third of New York City’s 49,000 taxi drivers.
Rutgers gets rave reviews for being the nation’s third-most hospitable university for veterans.
Former U.S. surgeon general Jocelyn Elders will be the guest speaker at Rutgers–Newark during the Marion Thompson Wright Lecture Series.
Luisa Leal-Restrepo, the sophomore star of the Scarlet Knights women’s gymnastics team, is an Olympic hopeful.
A photograph of Scarlet Knight Eric LeGrand is voted fans' choice for Best Moment of the Year in Sports Illustrated.
As athletic trainer for Scarlet Knights women’s teams, Jen Steinberg ensures the physical well-being of the athletes.
The illusion of theater begins with set design, which graduate student Bethany Wampol is mastering at Mason Gross School of the Arts.
Jennifer Bunce is the owner of the Hudson Cakery, which produces cakes unlikely to be found elsewhere.
Movie director and alumnus Robert Pulcini wins an Emmy for Cinema Verite—the newest feather in a cap festooned with memorable films starring famous actors.
History professor Jacob Soll receives a “genius grant” to study the origins of information gathering and accounting and its impact on civilization.
Recent breakthroughs and findings in faculty research and scholarship.
New collaborations between Rutgers and funding agencies.
The RUAA offers discounts on products and services through the Rutgers Alumni Card.
Members of the RUAA’s Jazz M.A. Alumni group walk the walk and talk the talk when it comes to all matters of their love for jazz.
Cabinetmaker David Ramsay is enamored with wood, and he knows which ones are right for you.
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