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Imagining a world without wars ―Aldo Civico,
Assistant Professor and co-director, the International Institute for Peace
Having a life-threatening disease is traumatic. Add social stigma, with the potential loss of job and family, and there is much more at stake.
When Dr. Mauricio Delgado traveled to Washington, D.C., on Dec. 13, he was in prestigious company at an equally prestigious location.
Like father, like son. That expression isn't always accurate, but it is with Don and Tom McCabe.
Thanks to a $1.82 million grant from the National Science Foundation, scholars at Rutgers will have direct access to the latest functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology to aid their research.
Faculty researchers at Rutgers University in Newark have been extremely productive of late, and the dollars are there to prove it.