SAS Responds to Global Crisis with Expertise, Insight, and Inspiration
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences has demonstrated the many ways in which a liberal arts institution contributes to the well-being of the world.
From scientists working to stop the virus, to literature scholars showing STEM students the societal impact of illness, to a museum reaching out to families with free, public programming, the articles below tell the story of Rutgers University's largest school—its faculty, staff, and students—responding to an unprecedented crisis.
It is a response that stretches across the school’s academic spectrum and includes the natural and mathematical sciences, humanities and social and behavioral sciences.
The articles directly below are original stories produced by the School of Arts and Sciences Office of Communication and highlight the innovation, insight, and hard work across the Arts and Sciences community at Rutgers University–New Brunswick
The section SAS COVID Experts in the News showcase news stories in local, national, and international media that quote School of Arts and Sciences faculty or cite their research and teaching.