Rutgers-Newark experts are working to raise awareness of the link between educational disability classifications and incarceration. They call it the “special ed to prison pipeline.’’
Angelo Soto-Centeno explores how different species evolve, why some last and others become extinct. Bats provide a fascinating window into the process, says Soto-Centeno, who specializes in studying them.
A new study by researchers at Rutgers-Newark and Penn State-Abington explores the radicalization process for “incels,’’ a term meaning “involuntary celibates,’’ and how their online community--where members define themselves by their inability to attract women--can lead to violence.
A groundbreaking long-term study of Alzheimer's disease in African Americans being conducted by Rutgers University-Newark will double in size thanks to a new five-year $7.4 million grant from the National Institute on Aging.
Researchers at Rutgers-Newark have spent the past year drilling down to explore the impact of school segregation in New Jersey—which has one of the most segregated school systems in the nation--in an effort to find solutions that will help today’s students succeed.
SASN Researcher Charlotte Francoeur has won a National Science Foundation (NSF) Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in Biology to study the microbial activity of honeypot ants living in different locales across the globe.