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Alumnus Jimmy Palumbo has played countless roles—on TV, in the movies, on the radio—although he won't be a leading man anytime soon, and that's OK with him.
Alumnus Lester Brown, one of the founders of the environmental movement, continues to influence policy prescriptions for addressing global challenges.
At the Tyler Clementi Center, Beth Loffreda remembers the life of a young gay man, Matt Shepard.
Rutgers gets top marks for its students, scholars, and research and teaching efforts.
The Lady Ice Knights club hockey team takes aim at winning its third straight championship.
Players can relive the game’s great moments at the USGA museum, where alumnus Robert Alvarez minds its collection.
After playing just a year for the Scarlet Knights basketball team, Briyona Canty underwent open-heart and knee surgeries. Miraculously, she’s back.
The generous alumnus behind the new Robert E. Mortensen Hall, which is benefiting aspiring artists at the Mason Gross School of the Arts.
Alumnus Kevin Goetz, Hollywood’s go-to market researcher, measures audience reaction to a film before the producer’s final cut.
Alumna Olena Paslawsky, the top financial officer at the Met, oversees the books at the famous art museum.
Surgeon Tomer Davidov, of Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, is adept at using the latest technology in laproscopic procedures that are minimally invasive for the patient.
A fellowship program at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey trains physicians to become skilled breast-cancer surgeons and oncological experts.
A study underway will evaluate the effects of massage in alleviating chronic knee pain.
Ronald Clarke, at the School of Criminal Justice, has lent his expertise to a particular kind of crime: wildlife poaching.
Alumna Kristin Davis, who starred in HBO’s hit Sex and the City, is now in the role of a lifetime: advocating for threatened elephants.
Recent breakthroughs and findings in faculty research.
For close to half a century, alumnus Bob Braun was a fixture at the Star-Ledger, producing columns that had an impact on both the subjects and the readers of his stories.
The first Rutgers Alumni House opens on the Camden Campus.
James Kern, New Jersey’s youngest mayor, applies the theoretical gleaned at Rutgers to the practical in running Pohatcong Township.
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