State of the Union Highlights Research by Rutgers Scientist

Sea-Level Rise Study Cited

President Obama said in his State of the Union address that he is not a scientist, but he knows a lot of really good scientists at major universities who say our activities are changing the climate. Rutgers' Benjamin Horton is one of them.
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NJ Fishermen Expect a 15-fold Increase

A new assessment from fishing captains and scientists at the Rutgers University Coastal Ocean Observation Laboratory shows the butterfish population is healthy. The reassessment could bring new jobs to shore fishing ports like Cape May and Point Pleasant Beach. More here...
Rutgers-Camden Chancellor Brings a Unique Style to Campus
An NJ Spotlight Profile

Chancellor Phoebe Haddon is responsible to help implement the university's first new strategic plan in almost 20 years. She learned that her faculty wants to work collaboratively through the disciplines on ideas and projects -- an approach that dovetails nicely with Haddon's own self-described style. More here... 
Rutgers University-Newark Historian Nükhet Varlik says new knowledge of the medieval Black Death can improve our understanding of modern epidemics. The newly published research may be very relevant to other disease outbreaks both now and in the future. More here...