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September 25, 2020
Rutgers University Public Safety reminds members of the Rutgers community that we are now required to carry our RU ID card with us at all times on-campus for both building entry and identification purposes, due to face-covering mandates, as noted in the Return to Rutgers Guide (PDF). If an RU ID card is lost or damaged, Rutgers faculty, staff, and students can visit the Identity and Access Management website for more information about obtaining a replacement RU ID card.
In September, the School of Social Work (SSW) proudly released its new strategic plan, Toward a More Just Future: A Five-Year Strategic Plan. Peruse the pages of either the online e-book or your own downloaded copy and join SSW for a guided tour of how it envisions its own as well as our national and international future: one grounded in justice and focused on innovation, diversity, inclusion, collaboration, and community. Check it out today!
September 9, 2020
Rutgers University Libraries are currently providing curbside pickup, home delivery, and interlibrary loan services for Rutgers students, faculty, and staff. Additionally, they are fulfilling digitization requests from their print collections and have begun accepting returns as well. Learn more about the resources and services available from University Libraries.
Now through September 15, the Zimmerli Art Museum is accepting applications for the Thomas Sokolowski Digital Outreach and Engagement Internship, which plays a key role in helping the Zimmerli Art Museum stay connected to its audiences, especially during this extended period of virtual-only access. Applicants for this paid internship position must be current Rutger–New Brunswick undergraduate or graduate students and do not need any previous museum or arts experience. Find out more about this position, the application process, and share with others before the September 15 application deadline.
The Zimmerli Art Museum invites you to experience the museum in new ways by visiting its newly expanded online presence, Zimmerli at Home. This interactive, virtual hub allows you to search the museum's collection, expand your playlist, explore behind the scenes videos, get creative, add some flair to your online background, and much more, from wherever you are!
August 26, 2020 - New Student Convocation
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