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Grateful for care received from Rutgers doctors, the New Jersey executive provides generous support in four crucial research areas.
In his keynote, delivered to over 100 Major League Baseball executives and 30 teams, SC&I faculty member Mark Beal told the audience: reaching Generation Z means “prioritizing purpose over profit and engagement over marketing.”
Welcome to the first installment of our newest feature: Why I Support SC&I. As you know, gifts to SC&I support our students, drive research discoveries, and bring ideas to life. Interestingly, there are almost as many reasons why our donors choose to support Rutgers as there are donors, and we want to share these inspirational stories with you.
The October 2020 SC&I newsletter is now available online.
Nearly half of Americans ages 18-24 describe at least moderate symptoms of depression.
In this issue, we’d like you to meet a very special couple who have deep Rutgers roots and are longtime SC&I supporters: Steve and Cynde Magidson
In a keynote address delivered during the Rutgers Residence Hall Association’s Leadership Development Day, SC&I faculty member Mark Beal provided students with insights into their own generation, in order to help them succeed as leaders and advisors.
One of only four Ph.D. students selected for this honor from across all of Rutgers University, the award honors Wang for her overall record as an academic, including her dissertation, publications, teaching, and other academic achievements.
In new research, Dafna Lemish and her co-author explore the ways parents, locked down at home managing their children and careers during the pandemic, post and share humor on social media as a way to relieve stress and mitigate their feelings of anxiety, and how their posts reveal much about 21st century society.