Jane E. Fountain, professor of Political Science and Public Policy, was a keynote speaker at the 2005 International Conference on "Knowledge Management in Asia Pacific" held Nov. 28 in Wellington, New Zealand.
A revised second edition of “In Search of Swampland: A Wetland Sourcebook and Field Guide” by Ralph W. Tiner, adjunct professor in the Department of Plant, Soil and Insect Sciences, was published this month by Rutgers University Press.
Nutrition professor Nancy Cohen and Linguistics professor Tom Roeper were presented the President''s Award for Public Service during a Dec. 2 ceremony at the University of Massachusetts Club in Boston.
As part of Homecoming Weekend, the College of Engineering will hold its fifth annual Outstanding Alumni Awards Celebration on Friday, Sept. 26 at 5:30 p.m. in the Marriott Room, 11th floor of the Campus Center.
Due the changes in weather and results of mosquito testing, the campus has lifted its the ban on outdoor evening activities, according to Jeff Hescock, director of University Emergency Management and Business Continuity.
Health officials recommend taking precautions such as using insect repellent,...
The Molecular and Cardiovascular Physiology Lab is seeking women to participate in a study looking at how heart disease risk changes during the menopausal transition.
Women who have recently begun the menopausal...
Jared Bernstein of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Arindrajit Dube, associate professor of economics, and Ariel Jacobson of Restaurant Opportunities Centers United will take part in a panel discussion, “Waging Democracy: The Politics and Process of Raising the Minimum Wage,” on Monday, Sept. 29 at 4 p.m. in 168C Campus Center.
In 1946, there was huge-scale destruction of German cities and acute suffering of civilians. After what Germany had done, why should anyone care? Stig Dagerman, a 23-year-old left-radical Swedish journalist, wrote a...