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Latest Rutgers University Items
At an emergency meeting Friday, Rutgers University's board of trustees pledged to try to persuade lawmakers not to adopt a bill to shake up the university's governance and suggested taking legal action if the bill does become law.
Scientists led by a Rutgers University geologist say the Jersey Shore is a world-class place to study sea level rise, and they plan to bombard a swath of the seabed off Long Beach Island with sound waves for a month this summer to unlock the secrets of what has happened in the past - and what could happen next.
Organizers of a leadership course for college students say they're trying to increase the number of women in Mississippi politics.
Want your child to go to a state-funded pre-K program? Choose your home state wisely.
Full disclosure first: In a former life, Condoleezza Rice was a valued colleague who once invited me to lecture to her classes at Stanford University.
Recent editorials from Alabama newspapers:
Texas Tech University remained hopeful Tuesday that ex-Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will accept one of three speaking offers for future graduation ceremonies.
Former Rutgers University football player Eric LeGrand, whose recovery from a paralyzing injury suffered during a game has become a unifying and inspirational story for the school, was announced Tuesday as one of its commencement speakers, a day after he said the offer to do so was rescinded "for political reasons."
Rutgers University says former New Jersey Gov. Tom Kean will deliver the commencement address at this month's graduation ceremony.