An Early Passion for Geometry Leads to Goldwater Scholarship for Annie Wei

It’s not a class where you’re likely to find many undergraduates. Indeed, the 500-level “Theory of Functions of Real Variable II” is a graduate course in mathematics that goes beyond what incoming PhD students are expected to know for their qualifying exam.

A Culture of Mentoring and Support

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Rebecca Goldfinger Chanin arrived at Rutgers in 2016 with definite ideas about what she would study.    Passionate about global affairs, especially the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program (SASHP) student chose a double major in political science and Middle...

Lost Inside a Rutgers Building? This Graduate's Senior Project Could Help You Navigate to Your Destination

If Rutgers students get lost on campus, they can turn to apps like Google Maps or the university's mapping system to help them find their way. But what happens once they’re inside? Suppose they’re looking for a classroom in Lucy Stone Hall, the mazelike Livingston Campus building that has...

Three SAS Students Win Goldwater Scholarships

Three Rutgers University–New Brunswick students have been selected as Goldwater Scholars, one of the most prestigious national honors for undergraduates looking to pursue research careers in the fields of natural sciences, engineering and mathematics. Cormac Grindall, Andrew Krapivin and Jackson Lee...

From Jersey to Alaska: A Student's Epic Trek Inspires a Calling in Glacier Science

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Journey Berry, an SAS Senior, is doing research on the impact of climate change on the Bear Glacier Lagoon region while completing a double major in geology and geography.

A Graduate Makes the Grade with Insightful Poetry and Rigorous Physics Research

Nicole Falcone sees physics and poetry as two ways of understanding the world. And this 2022 School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program graduate excelled in both, winning two Henry Rutgers Scholar Awards for her original poems and a research paper on particle physics. Click on the title and learn...

Carrying on a Tradition of Advocacy, Activism and Excellence

Jonelsy Gonzalez SAS'22, a first-generation college student majoring in Latino and Caribbean studies, took on myriad roles at Rutgers, including mentoring, volunteerism, and social justice advocacy.

Graduates and Families Pack Arena Three Times in One Day for Rutgers SAS Convocation

The Jersey Mike’s Arena has seen its share of big crowds over the years for Rutgers University sports events. But on Tuesday, the Livingston Campus venue formally known as the Rutgers Athletic Center hosted three packed houses in the span of just 12 hours as Rutgers’ largest and most comprehensive school...

Rutgers Graduate Dug Deep into a Mysterious Collection of Antiquities

Rutgers University is known for its many resources, from state-of-the-art labs to digital classrooms to world-class libraries. But few people know that the campus is home to a small but historically rich collection of antiquities from ancient Egypt, including a mummy containing the remains of a...