Master of Communication and Media student Sarah Wilson describes how the knowledge she has gained through the master’s program is helping her achieve her goals as a student, full-time Emergency Medical Technician, and volunteer.
Naomi Klein, an acclaimed writer, public intellectual and social activist, recently concluded her time at Rutgers University-New Brunswick in the first academic chair designed to celebrate the vision of Gloria Steinem, the journalist, social activist and feminist movement leader.
Assistant Professor Kiran Garimella is a Co-Principal Investigator of FACT CHAMP, a project designed to advance scientific understanding of how trust, misinformation, abuse, and hateful content affect underrepresented groups.
Take the DAM Professional Certificate Program and gain the knowledge and expertise professionals across all industries and businesses need to grow or succeed in Digital Asset Management. Launched, directed, and taught by DAM industry founders and leaders, the six-course program is offered fully online.
PrEP medication can help prevent HIV infection among women, but new research by Assistant Professor Shawnika Hull shows racial bias among primary health providers prevents them from prescribing PrEP to Black and white women equitably.
In a newly revised edition of her book, “Islamophobia: The Politics of Empire: Twenty Years after 9/11,” Professor Deepa Kumar explains how Islamophobia began in the 1500s in Europe and has never abated.
Zoya Sood ’21 has always enjoyed creating through tech, staying informed on the latest trends, and staying connected with people, so earning a degree in Information, Technology, and Informatics (ITI) at SC&I made good sense.
Two Rutgers School of Communication and Information (SC&I) Master of Information (MI) students—Deborah Alejandra Popowski and Victoria Sun—were awarded Spectrum Scholarships by the American Library Association’s (ALA) Office for Diversity, Literacy, and Outreach Services.
Lorezelle Shey Yanga ‘16, a cyber security operations center analyst for one of the world’s leading global life sciences companies, shares with SC&I readers how her bachelor’s degree in Information Technology and Informatics (ITI) helped her figure out her career path.
Jennifer Deauville, Senior Global Digital Asset Manager at NVIDIA in Santa Clara, California, credits the DAM Certificate Program for helping her gain the confidence she needs to lead digital asset management at the company.
A former school librarian in Nebraska, Amy Brugmann is now a Digital Asset Management Specialist at the Children’s Hospital in Philadelphia. She credits SC&I’s DAM Certificate Program for helping her gain the knowledge and credentials she needed in DAM to land her new career.
“Librarians must work with the community, rooting their work and decisions in what matters most to people so that their efforts are authentic and relevant,” said lead researcher and SC&I Part-Time Faculty Member Nancy Kranich.