Graduate Mahinour Abdou is exploring a career in illustration and storytelling while continuing her work as a painter, a talent she developed with help from professors at the School of Arts and Sciences Newark.
For Women's History Month, we're honoring students and other women from the Rutgers-Newark community on our social media pages. The theme is "Women at Work,'' and pictured here is alumna Alyssa Mae Berman, a 2022 Rutgers Business School graduate, whose internship led to a job with the Live to Love organization, a support network for indigenous Himalayan communities.
For Black History Month, Rutgers-Newark's social media accounts have been featuring RU-N's Black student organizations with photos and info on the groups and their missions.
Rutgers Business School student Ahzem Baldwin-Henry wanted to help fellow Newarkers stay in their neighborhoods despite redevelopment. An internship as an analyst with Bank of America was one step toward his goal.
Rutgers Law School students in Newark were among those who played a crucial role in a $20.8 million settlement for women who recently served time at the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility, where a systemic culture of abuse has been well documented.