Rutgers-Newark leaders and students met with dignitaries from Cuba to discuss expanding opportunities for cultural and intellectual exchange through travel.
Two Rutgers-Newark students joined peers from across the U.S. at a White House event celebrating National First Generation College Day.
Poet, author and MFA alumna Ananda Lima shares the inspiration behind her fiction debut, Craft: Stories I wrote for the Devil.
Researchers, students and activists from communities will convent at Rutgers-Newark to explore collective projects that combat the climate crisis, including its impact on neighborhoods in Newark.
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.
He is able to do this work in part thanks to a recently awarded competitive Rutgers Global International Collaborative Research grant.
Two SASN Psychology researchers are examining how activity in certain brain regions correlates with math performance in adolescents, a population that historically has been understudied. The research, which is in its early stages, could help scientists and educators design learning strategies to help underperforming students.
“Meleagris Gallopavo Day” is a bit of a mouthful. Which may be why this Thanksgiving, most people will opt for the less ornithologically precise “Turkey Day.”
And just as turkey is a versatile meat – think of those leftover options! – so too is the word “turkey,” which can refer to everything from the bird itself to a Externalpopulous Eurasian country to Externalmovie flops.