The Rutgers School of Nursing has risen to No. 25 in the U.S. News and World Report ranking of graduate nursing programs, up from 79 in 2011, a jump that reflects last year's integration into Rutgers of the nursing school of the former University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. More here... 

19 Fulbright Grants to Teach and Study in 15 Countries
Rutgers Ranks in Top 10 for Amount of Awards Received

Rutgers students & alumni received 19 Fulbright Grants this year, again putting the university in the top 10 among research institutions in the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. The grants offer students and young professionals the opportunity to do study, research, provide teaching in more than 140 countries worldwide. More here...  

Raising the Profile of the University    

 

Having been at Rutgers for nearly 10 years, Richard L. Edwards has served in a variety of leadership roles: dean of the School of Social Work, interim Rutgers president, executive vice president for academic affairs, and now as chancellor of Rutgers University-New Brunswick during what is un­doubtedly a pivotal moment for the university.  More here... 


 

Notes for My Homeland was produced by Talking Eyes Media in partnership with Rutgers University-Newark and VII photo agency. It's the first professionally produced piece in a new storytelling project called "Newest Americans: Stories From the Global City," which is taking an in-depth look at immigration and the idea of American identity.  More here... 


Grace Brannigan, assistant professor of physics, and Jinglin Fu, assistant professor of chemistry, at Rutgers University-Camden, are among a select group of national researchers to receive Cottrell College Science Awards. These awards honor scholars for their research programs and academic leadership in astronomy, chemistry, and physics. More here...