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Exhibition Examines Evolution of Newark’s First Civilian Complaint Review Board

Rutgers University-Newark Graduate School presents: “From Rebellion to Review Board: Fighting for Police Accountability in Newark,” an intricate look at the long history of civilian protest for police accountability, Dec


Thousands Expected to Participate in Second Annual Rutgers Giving Day

On Nov. 29 Rutgers alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends will come together in the spirit of giving for the second annual Rutgers Giving Day.


Rutgers Law National Trial Team Wins ABA Employment Competition

The Rutgers Law School National Trial Team took first place in the New York Regionals of the American Bar Association’s National Trial Advocacy Competition held on November 19-20 at the Federal Courthouse in Manhattan. 


RU-N Historian Takes Home Two Prestigious Prizes for Latest Book

Rutgers University–Newark Historian Nükhet Varlık has taken home not one, but two, major awards for her recent book, Plague and Empire in the Early Modern Mediterranean World:
 The Ottoman Experience, 1347–1


SPAA Alumnus Turns Classroom Learning into Community Building

In April 2016, Verona, New Jersey, Police Chief Mitchell Stern made headlines when his quick thinking led to the prevention of an attempted suicide across the world in Verona, Italy.