In her third book, Professor Emerita Kay Ann Cassell explores and provides solutions to the challenges faced by directors, staff members, and board of trustee members as they work to successfully manage modern public libraries.
Lane, a scholar who focuses on communication and technology as it relates to urban life and social justice, and the author of the award-winning book “The Digital Street,” has been promoted to associate professor with tenure effective July 1, 2021.
Doug Baldwin ’99, MLIS ‘07 was nominated for this prestigious annual award by his colleagues at the Piscataway Public Library, LibraryLinkNJ, Maplewood Memorial Library, and the Gloucester County Library System.
Assistant Professor Yonaira Rivera testified to the U.S. Senate last week about how to reach communities of color with evidence-based messages to encourage vaccine uptake while researchers embark on efforts to minimize COVID-19 vaccine misinformation impacting vaccine hesitancy among U.S. Latino and other communities of color.
Graduate Students: Fall 2021 pre-registration begins this coming Monday, April 19, 2021, at 9:00 AM and continues through Tuesday, April 27, 2021. Graduate students can use WebReg to register and the Schedule of Classes to review Fall 2021 course offerings. The WebReg system is unavailable for daily maintenance between 2:01 am and 6:29 am; service resumes daily at 6:30 am.
Bratich, an internationally recognized scholar in the field of cultural and critical media studies, has been promoted to full professor with tenure by the Rutgers Board of Governors, effective July 1, 2021.
As we prepare for the Fall 2021 UNDERGRADUATE pre-registration period, SC&I Student Services will continue to provide academic advising and registration assistance remotely. We thank you in advance for your continued patience and support.
In newly published research, Associate Professor Regina Marchi shows that homemade yard shrines of the Virgin Mary, which can be seen in many Italian American neighborhoods, represent much more than religious faith to their builders and owners. During the first half of the 20th century, they were “markers of homeownership (The American Dream) and cultural identity,” Marchi said.
The Intercollegiate Broadcasting System held its 81st Annual Conference virtually from March 2-6, 2021, and thousands of students from more than 75 schools participated. WRSU Rutgers Radio, one of the oldest college radio stations in the nation, was named a finalist in five categories and won awards in the News, On-Air, and Online categories.
In a survey of 500 Gen Zers ages 13 to 24, Beal found that 86% of Gen Zers “conduct research on a brand before purchasing a product to learn if the brand is purposeful and contributes to a better society.”
SC&I and Rutgers Libraries celebrated April 2, the official day of International Youth Literature, by hosting an exciting event and ribbon cutting for a new international children's and young adult book collection at Rutgers, as well as the online LibGuide linked to the collection.
Greenberg has been chosen as one of only 15 academics, independent scholars, creative writers, and visual artists working on book projects to be named a recipient of a Cullman Fellowship from the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers at the New York Public Library.