Rutgers alumnus Ron Reisman ’71 talks about his career path beginning in radio journalism leading to his current position as Solar Ombudsman at Sustainable CUNY.
Assistant Professor of Library and Information Science Kaitlin Costello's research proposal was awarded for its potential significance to information science research.
The Douglas N. Woodson Sr. Endowed Scholarship empowers Master of Information students. With the first scholarship awards to be made in 2019, Brown-Woodson, who completed her doctorate at Rutgers, is happy to pay it forward. “With financial help, maybe students won’t have to work full time, and they can finish their degrees in a shorter amount of time,” she says. “That’s my intent—to give back and empower others.”
Deborah Blackwell is a member of the Ocean County New Jersey's Library Management Team and currently serves as the library's Training Officer. Blackwell believes in the power of the public library to serve as a vital resource in being an "equalizer for all" community members. Please join us for this special event.
Lane's book is the first to capture the lives of the same people and events as they move between the streets and social media, as well as the first book to show how the digital life of a neighborhood impacts black teenagers.
This article, written by Cynthia Media, originally appeared in Rutgers Today on September 21, 2018.