Rutgers Arts and Sciences is a leader in discovery and innovation
Nearly $746 million in annual research and development expenditures places Rutgers among the nation’s top 30 universities. With renowned scholars across the academic spectrum, the School of Arts and Sciences plays a preeminent role in the research-rich culture of Rutgers and is well-positioned to drive discovery. The School recently added critical laboratory facilities, instituted a new undergraduate biology program that places greater emphasis on research skills, and recruited faculty in emerging fields such as digital humanities, computational genetics, and for science and math programs focused on analyzing and harnessing the potential of big data.
The Office of Research and Graduate Education is excited to present the Society and Pandemic Working Group!
Through the development of the Society and Pandemic Working Group, we are supporting scholarly efforts to bring the current issues resulting from the pandemic that impact our local and global communities, to the forefront. The Society and Pandemic Working Group is a grassroots, faculty run initiative that has come together organically in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and its response. It brings together interdisciplinary scholars to share knowledge about research and pedagogy and serves as a conduit for resources on pedagogical strategies for teaching during a pandemic.