As hundreds of thousands of women from all walks of life gear up for the Women's March to protest Friday's inauguration of Donald Trump, Rutgers Today turned to three university experts in the fields of American women’s studies, history and politics to find answers to how this march came about and if it will be effective.
Under the leadership of Dr. Ian Marshall and Dr. Gloria Bachmann, the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is making great strides in their work with transgender youth.
Fri, Jan 06, 2016 It is not only the memory of renowned scholar and beloved city historian Clement Price that will live on at Rutgers-Newark. Now, his work and scholarship will continue, as well.
Wed, Jan 4, 2017 Bridging the Gap program at Rutgers-Camden successfully demonstrates how public universities can fulfill their commitment to access and affordability.
Tue, Dec 13, 2016 Victoria Gonzalez wants you to take a trip with her...
Mon, Nov 14, 2016 “Today we celebrate our unique place in American higher education not only with fanfare and fireworks but also with the force of ideas,” President Robert Barchi said in a letter to the community. “We have much to be proud of and many reasons to celebrate the leaders and doers and heroes who have shaped the history of Rutgers.”
Wed, Oct 26, 2016 PSEG and The Tyler Clementi Center at Rutgers University have partnered to help provide incentives to New Jersey public high schools interested in offering the LGBTQ Youth Empowerment Initiative to their LGBTQ student population and allies.
Tues, Oct 4, 2016 Chegg, the Student Hub®, has partnered with The Tyler Clementi Foundation and the Tyler Clementi Center at Rutgers University to greet incoming freshmen with a #Day1 Welcome Package, welcoming students, fostering their health and wellness and providing an important reminder that bullying and humiliation of your peers is not ok at college.
Thu, Sep 29, 2016 A university known for its diversity is becoming even more global.
"Through RU-1st, Rutgers University-New Brunswick is expanding services that make substantial positive impacts on the graduation and retention rates for first-generation, low-income and underrepresented students," Rutgers-New Brunswick Chancellor Richard L. Edwards
Mon, Sep 19, 2016 Food insecurity is a growing reality on college campuses nationwide, including Rutgers University, said Kerri Willson, director of Off-Campus Living and Community Partnerships, whose office launched the Rutgers Student Food Pantry this fall. Of the more than 20 food pantries dedicated to supporting the city’s food insecure population, the Rutgers Student Food Pantry is the first to serve specifically Rutgers-New Brunswick students.
Fri, Aug 12, 2016 As part of the renovation of the Rutgers-Newark building at 15 Washington Street the college has opened a tribute to Clement A. Price, a historian who was an icon of both the school and the greater Newark community.
Mon, Aug 8, 2016 Rutgers University—Newark students share their experiences wearing hijabi.
Sun, May 15, 2016 President Obama Delivers the Rutgers University Commencement Address. Click here to watch the video from The White House YouTube channel
Sun, May 15, 2016 Hello Rutgers! R-U rah-rah! Thank you so much. Thank you. Everybody, please have a seat. Thank you, President Barchi, for that introduction. Let me congratulate my extraordinarily worthy fellow honorary Scarlet Knights, Dr. Burnell and Bill Moyers.
Thu, Oct 16, 2014. The four cultural centers at Rutgers University–New Brunswick launch "microaggressions" initiative to call attention to the unintentional ways bias shows up in our language.
Fri, Apr 25, 2014. The Daily Targum reports on School of Arts and Sciences Professor Ben Sifuentes-Jauregui's lecture, "The Scandal of the Disappearing Body: Cyber Identity and Culture," delivered at the Tyler Clementi Center Showcase.
Fri, Apr 18, 2014. New Brunswick Today reports on Professor Martin Manalansan's lecture, "Transforming Transgender Beyond American Borders: Cultures, Categories, Communities."
Wed, Apr 2, 2014. The Daily Targum reports on undergraduate students discussing the short film, "Noah," as part of the TCC's program, "The Peril and Promise of Growing Up Digital: A Youth Perspective."
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