Rutgers-Newark leaders and students met with dignitaries from Cuba to discuss expanding opportunities for cultural and intellectual exchange through travel.
Author Alice Elliott Dark, an associate professor in Rutgers-Newark’s MFA program and the English Department, shares her thoughts on the best ways to teach writing.
The joys and challenges faced by teachers of color are part of an exhibition at Rutgers-Newark co-curated by Lynnette Mawhinney, chair of the Department of Urban Education, along with department faculty and colleagues at Marist College.
In this feature from the Office for Research for Hispanic Heritage Month, Angelo Soto Centeno, an assistant professor of evolution in the Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences shared how his Puerto Rican roots shaped his research on biodiversity.
Each academic year the School of Arts and Sciences Newark welcomes new faculty to our family from across the liberal arts disciplines. This year’s group is diverse, spanning the social sciences, humanities, arts and physical sciences. Below, in Part 3 of our series, we profile some of the professors making their SASN debut during the fall semester.