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The annual celebration recognizes faculty and staff for their outstanding contributions during the 2020-2021 academic year and was held virtually this year for the second time due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The fourth annual spring Scholarship Incubator, held virtually this year, explored engaged scholarship at Rutgers, including its definition and purpose, and steps SC&I should take to further explore what engaged work means within and for the school.
A symposium focused on Combating Discrimination in Healthcare and Fighting Health Disparities in Greece and the U.S.A.
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.
Dunston explains how her Master of Communication and Media degree helps her achieve her goals every day in her role as Communication(s) Specialist at Greater Bergen Community Action, Inc.
The student organization, aimed at empowering women in SC&I’s Information Technology and Informatics major, is being honored by Rutgers University-New Brunswick for their excellence in “creativity, originality, ingenuity, and/or resourcefulness in addressing local and global issues.”
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.
White, who researches media and politics from a cultural studies approach, is the author of “Raising the Volume: How the News Media Created the Tea Party,” and was named a Whiting Fellow this year.
We look forward to celebrating with you virtually as you reach this major milestone in your life.
Ognyanova’s research examines the impact of technology and social connections on human behavior. Her publicly engaged work helps policymakers make better decisions about the COVID-19 pandemic.