Rutgers University–Newark Chancellor Nancy Cantor will collaborate with Excelencia in Education, the nation’s premier authority on efforts accelerating Latino student success in higher education, joining a network of college presidents and chancellors nationwide who are committed to helping Latino students thrive.
At an event hosted by Rutgers-Newark’s Center for Politics and Race in America, two experts on the past and present of Black political life acknowledged deep flaws in the two-party system but urged audience members not to disengage during a critical election year.
Rutgers University–Newark was named as a Fulbright Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) Leader for 2023 by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
Photos of student thank you notes, scenes from the classroom, and images that show the joys and challenges faced by teachers are part of an exhibition at Rutgers-Newark.
For National Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs from September 15 to October 15, Rutgers Law School honors the cultures and achievements of the Latinx diaspora by recognizing groundbreaking alumni from its Newark and Camden campuses.
Rutgers-Newark is the only school in the state, and one of a few nationwide, to offer an undergraduate major in English as a Second Language (ESL) and Bilingual Urban Education.