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Latest news and updates from all New Jersey universities and colleges.

More than 2,000 citizens in Newark do not live within one mile of fresh food and vegetables, according to Rutgers University-Newark Earth and Environmental Science Professor Ashaki Rouff. Community gardens would seem to be a solution for residents of these “food deserts,” but the majority of …

Harvey Schwartz, president and co-chief operating officer at Goldman Sachs, spoke to hundreds of Rutgers students on April 4 about his journey to Wall Street, the value of mentoring and disruption in the financial industry.   Schwartz LC’87, who studied economics as a Rutgers University …

Recently, the U.S. surgeon general issued an advisory recommending that more Americans carry the opioid overdose antidote naloxone, which can quickly restore normal breathing in someone suspected of overdosing on opioids. Lewis Nelson, chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Rutgers New Jersey Medical …

The following are news and developments from the April 10, 2018, Rutgers Board of Governors meeting: Rutgers Creates the Rodkin-Weintraub Chair in EngineeringA gift of $1.5 million has created the Rodkin-Weintraub Chair in Engineering, designed to honor, retain and recruit eminent scholars in the field …

The wireless standard known as 4G turned mobile phones into movie-streaming platforms, but the next wireless revolution promises more than speedy downloads. It could pave the way for surgeons operating remotely on patients, cars that rarely crash and events that can be virtually experienced from …

Rutgers recently passed a major milestone with more than 500,000 alumni living worldwide. Hidden within that remarkable group are some other numbers worth celebrating: 320: The number (approximately) of alumni from Rutgers who passed their 100th birthday (and are still counting!) 110: the age of …

Nicholas Page has high ambitions; his goal is to develop the first drug-based treatment for autism. Maine Christos is pushing the boundaries of human knowledge by analyzing data from the Large Hadron Collider. The two students at Rutgers University–New Brunswick’sSchool of Arts and Sciences, are …

Two years ago, Matthew Ramina was making plans to attend Rutgers as a first-year Honors College student, but his life took an unexpected turn when he was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. While the cancer diagnosis challenged Matthew and his family and delayed his enrollment, they …

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