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November 4, 2022
'From engineering to public policy to leadership in health care, these members of our university community have changed lives'
The chef, cooking TV star, restauranteur, and YouTube sensation reveals her recipe for success.
Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni inductee Kenneth Johnson reflects on his extraordinary career in aerospace and his deep commitment to helping Rutgers students succeed.
Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni inductee Richard W. Roper has had a profound influence in myriad ways across Rutgers, in Newark, throughout New Jersey, and beyond.
After a long career managing engineering and construction projects, recent Hall of Distinguished Alumni inductee Brian Reilly is helping to build a better future for Rutgers engineering students.
Veterans Day is a day to celebrate, says retired Air Force Lt. Col. Sally Stenton, a Rutgers Law alumna who dealt with a tragic experience in Afghanistan by helping other veterans.
Decades in health care uniquely prepared recent Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni inductee Judith Persichilli to guide New Jersey through a once-in-a-lifetime public health crisis.
In a new book, Rutgers alumnus Joe Pompeo explores the murder of star-crossed New Jersey lovers 100 years ago and how the case fed America’s obsession with true crime stories.
American poet and Rutgers alumna Lesley Wheeler RC’89 debuts an essay collection on poetry’s power to help us heal and navigate our emotions, grief, and trauma.
An expert on how race, politics, history, and popular culture intersect in America, Jelani Cobb happily shares the twists and turns of his lifelong love of learning.