May 2021 - News Articles

Rutgers Joins the International Academic Partnerships Program – Greece

Faculty from SC&I and the School of Health Professions, with support from Rutgers Global will represent Rutgers in IAPP-Greece, an initiative that aims to promote international collaboration between U.S. and Greek institutions of higher education. Rutgers will kick off the partnership by hosting two e-symposia in May and June 2021.

MI Student Proposes “Capturing Feathers”: A Novel Online Exhibition of Princeton University's Rare Bird Images

A Digital Imaging Technician at Princeton University Library, Master of Information student Jennifer Cabral-Pierce contributed to “The Charles Rogers Bird Journals Digitization Project,” and then proposed and helped complete the follow-up “Capturing Feathers” exhibition, which presents rare images of birds from collections across the entire university.

Dreams Come True for Jacqueline Pereda ’08 with Comedy Short/Pilot Now Streaming on HBO

Alumna Jacqueline Pereda ’08, who majored in English and Journalism and Media Studies, is a writer, producer, and comedian passionate about creating comedy that comments on the culture and our universal struggle with identity. She recently wrote, directed, and produced her half-hour comedy pilot/short, “Generation por qué?,” now streaming on HBO Max and HBO Latino.