He is able to do this work in part thanks to a recently awarded competitive Rutgers Global International Collaborative Research grant.
At the School of Arts & Sciences-Newark, our world-class faculty maintains Rutgers University’s 250-year-old legacy of producing high-impact scholarship making a difference in our city, state, nation and world.
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.
Elena Galoppini, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Rutgers University–Newark, was named Deputy Editor of ACS Applied Optical Materials, a new journal recently launched by the Publications Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS).
Our world-class faculty steers Rutgers University’s 250-year-old legacy of producing high-impact scholarship making a difference in our city, state, nation and world.
It’s a legacy we’re proud of as we pursue our twin mission of cutting-edge research and teaching. Our professors, the best and brightest in their fields, push the frontiers of knowledge, tackle pressing issues in need of solutions, and win prestigious honors along the way, including NSF, NIH and NEA grants, and awards from the Mellon, Guggenheim, Ford and McKnight Foundations, to name a few.
Our faculty have won numerous awards for their publications, including the Lambda Literary Award, American Book Award, Liberty Legacy Award in Civil Rights History, and Lannan Award.
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