Dean Lei Recognized Among New Jersey's 50 Best Women in Business 

10th Annual Awards from NJBIZ 

 

Dean Lei Lei of the Rutgers Business School has been recognized as an influential business leader shaping the economic future of New Jersey. Lei established the Center for Supply Chain Management and led the department to its highest nationally ranking in Rutgers history. More here...

Rutgers Magazine Winter 2015 Cover Story 

 

Rutgers University-Camden has been a key ally in Camden for many years and provides a myriad of outreach services. A number of alumni have remained in the city adopting Camden as their new home in order to lend a helping hand in invaluable ways.  More here...  

 

April A. Benasich, a professor of neuroscience and the director of the Infancy Studies Laboratory at Rutgers University-Newark, will be the first holder of the Elizabeth H. Solomon Endowed Chair in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. More here... 



Prominent New Leaders at the Medical School   

 

Fredric Wondisford and Sally Radovick of Johns Hopkins University have been recruited to leadership positions at Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences. Both will be "chancellor scholars," a new designation awarded to the academically strongest new recruits. More here... 

Hosted by the Rutgers Alumni Association

The Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni Award represents the highest honor the university can bestow upon its graduates. Five newly selected alumni will join the ranks of previous inductees Janet Evanovich DC'65, Mario Batali RC'82, and David Stern RC'63.  Watch the announcement here...