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By NYC Brand Productions
Tune in to ESPNU 7 p.m. ET Tuesday, May 27 for Championship Finals

By NYC Brand Productions
Next Up Championship Finals: Coeds from Rutgers Face-Off Against Coeds from UConn on May 27 ESPNU 7 p.m.

By NYC Brand Productions
Syracuse U. Students Face UConn Students in Final Round of Semifinals May 20 on ESPNU

By Rutgers University
The Aresty Research Center, funded by a generous endowment from Jerome and Lorraine Aresty, provides a variety of programs that allow undergraduate students to be involved in research throughout their Rutgers careers.

By Rutgers University
The Colgate co-op program allows students to learn how to conduct research at a consumer products company, develop a new product from inception, implement the concept, create prototype products, and commercialize the products.

By Rutgers University
Technology Makes New Jersey a Leader in Nanoscale Materials Imaging for Research on Biomaterials, Cancer, Neurology, Energy, Communications and Advanced Computing

By Rutgers University
Under Berman's direction, the Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics (RCSB) Protein Data Bank (PDB), has been based at Rutgers University since 1998.

By Rutgers University
International Conference of the Africa Materials Research Society encourages investment in education, infrastructure, manufacturing and human capital

By Rutgers University
Both renowned polymer scientists, they have been awarded numerous patents in biomedical materials and drug delivery through their scientific advances.

By Camp Bow Wow
Piscataway, NJ (December 07, 2013) – The first ever, Rutgers Bow Wow Bowl recently took place at Camp Bow Wow in Middlesex, NJ.

By NYC Brand Productions
“IMPACT WRESTLING” Superstar and five-time CBS “Big Brother” star, Jessie Godderz, known to his fans as Mr.

By Caryl Communications
Rutgers Institute for Professional Education Program Designed for Newly Admitted Lawyers

By Rockin' Entertainment
Kites And Lightning adds two shows to 2013 fall calendar and back in studio

By NYC Brand Productions
Casting Director Visits Campuses to Identify Competitive, Athletic Co-Eds for New College Arm Wrestling Championship to Air on ESPNU and ESPN2

By NYC Brand Productions
Male and female students from Penn State, Rutgers, UConn and Syracuse University will compete for $10,000 Grand Prize in first College Arm Wrestling League Grand Championship at Asbury Park's famed Stone Pony

By Yankee Public Relations
Digoxin Poisoning Gained Notoriety as the Method of Serial Killer Charles Cullen

By AAUP-BHSNJ
New Rutgers Faculty Angry that Rutgers Administrators get 4% - Faculty get 0%

By Yankee Public Relations
Rutgers Office of Technology Commercialization has estimated that PolyMorphine could potentially save approximately $1,000 or more per abdominal, orthopedic and thoracic surgery patient, or $6 billion dollars, based on projections from the more than 6.3..

By Yankee Public Relations
Advancement of silicon-carbide (SiC) based electronics is the focus of a three-year $1 million grant. SiC based electronics offer the potential of far greater efficiency in transistors integral to energy production and distribution.

By Yankee Public Relations
The Nanotechnology for Clean Energy IGERT allows its 23 trainees to participate in outreach programs such as the recent workshops provided to Bartle Elementary School.

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By NYC Brand Productions
Tune in to ESPNU 7 p.m. ET Tuesday, May 27 for Championship Finals

By NYC Brand Productions
Next Up Championship Finals: Coeds from Rutgers Face-Off Against Coeds from UConn on May 27 ESPNU 7 p.m.

By NYC Brand Productions
Syracuse U. Students Face UConn Students in Final Round of Semifinals May 20 on ESPNU

By Rutgers University
The Aresty Research Center, funded by a generous endowment from Jerome and Lorraine Aresty, provides a variety of programs that allow undergraduate students to be involved in research throughout their Rutgers careers.

By Rutgers University
The Colgate co-op program allows students to learn how to conduct research at a consumer products company, develop a new product from inception, implement the concept, create prototype products, and commercialize the products.

By Rutgers University
Technology Makes New Jersey a Leader in Nanoscale Materials Imaging for Research on Biomaterials, Cancer, Neurology, Energy, Communications and Advanced Computing

By Rutgers University
Under Berman's direction, the Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics (RCSB) Protein Data Bank (PDB), has been based at Rutgers University since 1998.

By Rutgers University
International Conference of the Africa Materials Research Society encourages investment in education, infrastructure, manufacturing and human capital

By Rutgers University
Both renowned polymer scientists, they have been awarded numerous patents in biomedical materials and drug delivery through their scientific advances.

By Camp Bow Wow
Piscataway, NJ (December 07, 2013) – The first ever, Rutgers Bow Wow Bowl recently took place at Camp Bow Wow in Middlesex, NJ.

By Topline Products
Third annual fundraiser brings in $250,000 from industry support

By NYC Brand Productions
“IMPACT WRESTLING” Superstar and five-time CBS “Big Brother” star, Jessie Godderz, known to his fans as Mr.

By Caryl Communications
Rutgers Institute for Professional Education Program Designed for Newly Admitted Lawyers

By Rockin' Entertainment
Kites And Lightning adds two shows to 2013 fall calendar and back in studio

By NYC Brand Productions
Casting Director Visits Campuses to Identify Competitive, Athletic Co-Eds for New College Arm Wrestling Championship to Air on ESPNU and ESPN2

By NYC Brand Productions
Male and female students from Penn State, Rutgers, UConn and Syracuse University will compete for $10,000 Grand Prize in first College Arm Wrestling League Grand Championship at Asbury Park's famed Stone Pony

By Yankee Public Relations
Digoxin Poisoning Gained Notoriety as the Method of Serial Killer Charles Cullen

By AAUP-BHSNJ
New Rutgers Faculty Angry that Rutgers Administrators get 4% - Faculty get 0%

By Yankee Public Relations
Rutgers Office of Technology Commercialization has estimated that PolyMorphine could potentially save approximately $1,000 or more per abdominal, orthopedic and thoracic surgery patient, or $6 billion dollars, based on projections from the more than 6.3..

By Yankee Public Relations
Advancement of silicon-carbide (SiC) based electronics is the focus of a three-year $1 million grant. SiC based electronics offer the potential of far greater efficiency in transistors integral to energy production and distribution.

By Yankee Public Relations
The Nanotechnology for Clean Energy IGERT allows its 23 trainees to participate in outreach programs such as the recent workshops provided to Bartle Elementary School.

By Rutgers Business School
Rutgers Business School's successful track record of placing MBA students in jobs three months after graduation earned it a ranking among the top 20 business schools in the country for post-graduation employment

By Cushman & Wakefield
Event to Feature Results of Latest C-Suite Survey of Garden State Executives

By National Minority Business Council
A panel of supply chain sustainability experts addressed the growing demand for evidence of environmental sustainability from prospective vendors by corporations in the United States and...

By Rutgers Business School
Rutgers Traditional Full-Time MBA program 1st round application deadline January 20, priority consideration for scholarships and Pharmaceutical Industry full scholarships. Rutgers MBA graduates finding jobs in careers they can pursue their passion.

By Yankee Public Relations
Rutgers University Chemistry Professor Alan Goldman receives national award recognizing groundbreaking research on the manipulation of hydrocarbons focused on the development of cleaner, more efficient fuels.

By Yankee Public Relations
Twenty students from China have been brought to the U.S. as a result of an agreement between the Rutgers University Chemistry Department, the Rutgers Program in American Language Studies, and Jilin University’s College of Chemistry.

By Transaction Publishers
Transaction Publishers, a major independent publisher of social science books assigns Professors Ching-I Tu and Dietrich Tschanz as the new editors of the Asian Studies book series.

By Jersey Urban Debate League
Representatives from Obama and Romney Campaigns invited to debate the issues with Jersey Urban Debate League debaters

By New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome
Human Genetics Institute Director Dr. Jay Tischfield notes importance of Cell and DNA Repository, which was created through partnership with the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome and is celebrating its 5th anniversary this year

By New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome
Top representative from New Jersey 16th legislative district also presents New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorder with Governor Chris Christie's Tourette Syndrome Awareness Month proclamation

By Caryl Communications
Positive Outlook on Business Climate Backed by Plans to Grow in 2012

By New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome
Developed by the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome more than a decade ago, the program utilizes graduate student clinicians to help individuals and families coping with TS

By New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome
Yale University’s Dr. Robert King will interview families interested in participating in the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome and National Institute of Mental Health genetics sharing program

By New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome
Conference will take place May 21 at Rutgers University and is open to New Jersey students with Tourette Syndrome or associated disorders in grades 6-12

By New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome
Presentations were part of the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome's first annual statewide TS Awareness Week

By New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome
First such conference to focus solely on TS and associated disorders will take place Monday, May 21, at Rutgers University, and will be presented by the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome and the New Jersey Department of Education

By New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome
Presentations by a pediatric neurologist, a post-doctoral fellow and one of the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome's in-service presenters were part of Tourette Syndrome Awareness Week activities

By Sperlingreene PR & Marketing
New Jersey’s booming health healthcare and digital start-ups go face-to-face with leading Metro area investors at NJIT’s Enterprise Development Center in Newark.Free workshop followed by competition in which 30 startups will each pitch investors.

By KLA Marketing Associates
Alaina Gregorio Joins Firm as Associate, Handling Labor and Employment Issues

By Rutgers Business School
In CNBC’s webinar Going Green Without Going Broke, Rutgers Business School Professor Kevin Lyons shows the practical steps you can take now to help your business compete more effectively in the new environmentally-conscious global economy.

By Transaction Marketing
Irving Louis Horowitz, Hannah Arendt Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Political Science at Rutgers University, and founder of Transaction Publishers, passed away in Princeton, New Jersey, on March 21, 2012.

By Rutgers Business School
Talk to admissions, faculty, current students and staff at our upcoming Open House on March 24, 2012.

By Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership
Rutgers Leads National Discussion on Higher Education Governance & Ethical Leadership among Business & University Leaders - Focus of Annual Conference is on Building Ethical Organization Cultures & Response Readiness

By Jeff Weber
New Jersey Congressman Albio Sires proposes ground-breaking TS bill

By Jeff Weber
Northern New Jersey students Emily Fleischman delivers this message to students, parents and teachers through powerful power-point presentation

By Rutgers Business School
Heath Ahrens, Undergraduate Newark class of 2008, is now CEO of iSpeech, a technology innovations firm. His “Drive Safely” apps, a popular cell phone upload for motorists, converts speech to text for safer driving.

By Rutgers Business School
Rutgers alumni Joe Shure and Rohan Mathew founded The Intersect Fund in 2008. Learn how their entrepreneurial spirit has grown their business and see what advice they give to aspiring social entrepreneurs.

By K. Gooler
Somerset Medical Center in Somerville, NJ and ShopRite have announced the launch of a new interactive, health and wellness program for the 2011 Rutgers Football season.

By Jeff Weber
Meetings for families, parents and siblings will take place over 10-week span at Rutgers University's Busch Campus



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