You’re part of a dynamic alumni community and you deserve to hear about everything that’s happening in it. Stay inspired and stay in the know with these newsworthy Rutgers narratives.
November 4, 2022
'From engineering to public policy to leadership in health care, these members of our university community have changed lives'
Recently named NYC bureau chief at ABC News, Joshua Hoyos reflects on some of his experiences in broadcast journalism.
Alumna Erica D'Costa is living her dream as part of an Emmy Award-winning national news team.
Class Columns are written twice a year by alumni who have volunteered to be correspondents for their class.
The Keeper of the Big Cats at the Philadelphia Zoo shares how she found her calling and her second family.
Josh Harraman, Vice President for Alumni Engagement since 2020 will be stepping down effective December 31, 2022.
NJM's Mitch Livingston shares how he leveraged his Rutgers degrees to find professional fulfillment.
Rutgers alumnus Philip Van Doren Stern who penned a short story that became a holiday classic had an accomplished career as a writer and editor.
Diversity and inclusion advocate Assata Davis is among 40 U.S. residents to receive the postgraduate honor.
Alumnus Dan Torsiello is building a better future for children in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Kenneth Greenblatt, a 1995 Rutgers graduate, works for the U.S. Department of State’s Diplomatic Security Service as the senior World Cup security coordinator in Doha, Qatar.