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NCAS Alumnus Is A "Political Scientist and Advocate for the Poor" ―Robert Curvin,
author, activist, visiting professor
Class of 1960
Women In Media-Newark will celebrate Women’s History Month with its fifth annual Film Festival on March 4 through March 8. The theme of the festival
As Americans celebrate the accomplishments of African-Americans during Black History Month, Rutgers University-Newark can take a special place in the festivities.
Dr. Clement A. Price, Rutgers Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor of History, has been appointed the City of Newark’s official historian by Mayor Luis Quintana.
The end of the calendar year brought its usual spate of “best of 2013” lists, and a number of familiar names affiliated with Rutgers University-Newark made their way onto prestigious lists of 2013’s best books.
Analysis by Rutgers researchers confirms an Asian species that can survive in cold and snow