News, media mentions, and upcoming events around Rutgers University-Newark
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May 28, 2019
Relive the special moments all over again! Watch the full replay of Commencement 2019 plus read speakers' remarks, view the photo gallery, and meet some of our newest alumni by visiting our Commencement webpage
Thirteen Rutgers-Newark students, trained through the School of Criminal Justice, were recently sworn in as mediators to help reduce the number of mediation cases in Hudson County Municipal Courts.
Find out how Girls on Bikes, founded by three Rutgers-Newark alumnae, is leading the movement to normalize bike riding for women and reshaping the image of urban life in Newark.

Rutgers-Newark Physicist Claudiu 
Stan and his team have produced an underwater sound so intense that it rivals the earth-shaking roar of a rocket launch. Find out how their results could help scientists. 
In the first study of its kind, brain researchers at RU-N's Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience have found that an important genotype associated with Alzheimer's disease may reduce the benefits of exercise in warding off the condition in African Americans.
SASN Herpetologist Sara Ruane breaks down all things snakes to Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness on Earwolf’s "Getting Curious" podcast.
RU-N Entomologist Jessica Ware talked to CNBC about a new report that finds 1 million species are under threat of extinction because of humans. She also spoke to PBS about the longevity of bed bugs.
NBC News explores how the earliest Chinatowns and Japantowns were created in response to anti-immigrant laws, with the help of Price Institute Director Jack Tchen.
In this Daily News op-ed, RBS Professor Jay Soled explains how President Trump profits from, and protects, a rigged tax system. 
Is there an inspirational person or life-changing program at Rutgers-Newark that we should feature in a video profile? Share your idea with us
Graphic Design Prof. Ned Drew & Pace Prof. Brenda McManus (SASN ‘96) were honored at the International Design Awards for their letterpressed children's book, Drew's ABCs.
Double win for the Scarlet Raiders! Both men and women track and field teams win ECAC Championships.

Summer at Rutgers-Newark and in the City of Newark is packed with something for everyone of all ages, from arts and sports to science and business. Take a look at our annual Summer Camps listing. 

What are the best ways to address social justice issues including racial and gender disparities in education, health, and housing? Click here for details on the annual Social Equity Conference hosted by SPAA
New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy’s Family Festival is coming to Newark with free food, music, and information on how to access state, county, and local programs and resources.
Attention faculty and staff! There are still more HR Professional Development courses available through the end of June. Also, mark your calendar for this year's Staff Appreciation Day on Tuesday, June 25 at 1pm!
Summer is a great time to enjoy all that Rutgers-Newark and the City of Newark has to offer. Stay in the know, and submit your event, by visiting the Rutgers-Newark events calendar!

Get up close & personal with the Rutgers-Newark community. Book a campus tour for you or someone you know.
Watch this video to find out more about the Office of Global and Experiential Learning. Learn how the hub for Rutgers-Newark's study-abroad programs serves several critical functions for the university. 


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