New Jersey Commissioner of Health Judy Persichilli and host Mary Marchetta O’Dowd, Executive Director of Health Systems and Population Health Integration at Rutgers, reflect on the first anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic and discuss New Jersey’s investment in the infrastructure of public health and planning for the future. Listen.
In the 1970s, Kawaida Towers were imagined as better low-income housing in the North Ward. The project never happened. Nearly 50 years later, they are reimagined. Built under the city's Equitable Growth Principles, the building will also feature space for technology education provided in part by RU-Newark. More.
New Jerseyans are relaxing some of their adherence to social distancing and public health recommendations, according to a survey by researchers from RU–New Brunswick and Northeastern, Harvard and Northwestern Universities. More.
A conversation led by Camden native George Hill, pictured, the nationally renowned microbiologist and educator, enlightened city residents and RU‒Camden students, faculty, and staff about COVID-19 vaccines. More.
The Scarlet Knights and coach Vivian Stringer, pictured, are going dancing again at the NCAA Tournament. Rutgers earned an at-large bid and a No. 6 seed, and will face No. 11 BYU on Monday, March 22 at noon. More.
Last year, the coronavirus robbed Coach Steve Pikiell and the Scarlet Knights of their chance to make history with a first tournament appearance in decades. The team not only persevered since then, but it also often thrived. No. 10 Rutgers will face No. 7 Clemson on Friday, March 19 in its first NCAA tournament game since 1991. More.