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Peace and Conflict Studies Program Launches this Fall

Each year, the start of fall semester is greeted with anticipation by students and faculty at Rutgers-Newark.


Changes in The English Dictionary? Don’t Vom, It’s Buzzworthy!

By Jack Lynch, senior associate dean, Rutgers-Newark Faculty of Arts and Sciences


Rutgers-Newark To Recognize Three From Campus Community For Contributions To Research, Teaching, Service

Rutgers-Newark will honor three of its own this fall  for their exceptional contributions to teaching, research, or service” at Rutgers-Newark.


Adjunct Professor Mark Di Ionno Is Finalist for Pulitzer Prize

Mark Di Ionno, a Star-Ledger columnist and Rutgers-Newark alumnus who has taught journalism and media studies at Rutgers University, Newark, for the last four years, has been named a finalist for the 2013 Pulitzer Prize


Forum Will Explore Women’s Roles in the Sciences

Speakers from Harvard, Princeton, Rutgers Newark and New Brunswick, and U Mass.