Jason Weiner finishing requirements this summer
Monday, May 20, 2013
Friday, April 5, 2013
The governor said Friday that Rutgers president Robert L. Barchi is making the right decision to seek new leadership for the athletics department.
Tim Pernetti's resignation is "appropriate and necessary" Gov. Chris Christie said Friday. The governor thanked Pernetti for his contributions as athletic director of Rutgers University, and said university president Robert L. Barchi made the right leadership decision in seeking new leadership for the athletics department. “This entire incident was regrettable and while it has damaged the reputation of our state University, we need to move forward now on a number of fronts which provide great opportunities for Rutgers’ future," Christie said, in a prepared statement. Rutgers released a letter of resignation today from Pernetti to Barchi in which he said that he'd seen video of Rice verbally and physically abusing players, brought his …
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Athletic Director Tim Pernetti has confirmed that Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice has lost his job.
After less than a day of deflecting a storm of bad press surrounding head basketball coach Mike Rice's coaching methods, Rutgers Athletic Director Tim Pernetti has confirmed that Rice has been fired. Rutgers Athletics said Rice's termination was based on the recent "issues" as well as "a review of previously discovered issues." “I am responsible for the decision to attempt a rehabilitation of Coach Rice,” Pernetti said, in a prepared statement. “Dismissal and corrective action were debated in December and I thought it was in the best interest of everyone to rehabilitate, but I was wrong. Moving forward, I will work to regain the trust of the Rutgers community.” On Tuesday, a video surfaced of Rice yelling offensive language and shoving and…
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Will Continue Studies at University of Cambridge
A Rutgers University student from Howell was one of two students from the State University and one of 39 from around the country to be awarded a scholarship from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Devinn Lambert will use the scholarship to travel across the Atlantic Ocean to study at the University of Cambridge. Lambert currently is majoring in biotechnology in the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and plans to pursue a Masters of Philosophy in plant sciences with the scholarship. Arthur Casciato, the director of Rutgers' Office of Distinguished Fellowships said it is a point of pride for the school to have two students awarded these scholarships in one year. "These students have excellent academic records, research …
Sunday, October 28, 2012
Rutgers University class cancellations have been announced on the Rutgers website for the New Brunswick, Camden and Newark campuses for Monday and Tuesday.
UPDATE: Classes at Rutgers University's New Brunswick, Piscataway, Camden and Newark campuses have been cancelled due to the coming hurricane. According to the Rutgers University website, all classes at the New Brunswick and Piscataway campuses are canceled for Monday and Tuesday, while university offices and departments will remain open. Classes are canceled at the Camden and Newark campuses on Monday and Tuesday as well. Rutgers is posting weather advisory information on its homepage, www.rutgers.edu, and at its Facebook page, www.facebook.com/RutgersU.
Thursday, July 19, 2012
According to Rutgers University, this would bring the cost of tuition, fees and room and board to a total of $24,000 for full-time in-state students in the School of Arts and Sciences.
Amid student protests, the Rutgers University Board of Governors voted yesterday to increase tuition, fees and room and board costs for the 2013 school year by a total of 2.2 percent. This will bring the total cost of an Rutgers University education for a full-time in-state student living on campus and enrolled in the School of Arts and Sciences up to $10,356 in tuition, $10,970 in room and board and $2,717 in mandatory student fees, according to the university. University spokesman Greg Trevor said the School of Arts and Sciences enrolls the highest number of Rutgers students, and was used as the example. Costs may vary for students enrolled in other schools of study. An in-state full-time student in the School of Business will see their …
Friday, June 22, 2012
NJ.com is reporting that the deal will include the redevelopment of a parking lot where the famous grease trucks are located.
The famous Rutgers Grease Trucks are getting ready to move from their longtime spot on College Avenue, following a decision made by the Rutgers University Board of Governors earlier today. According to a report on NJ.com, the $295 million deal will redevelop properties around the center of the College Avenue campus, including the purchase of a part of the New Brunswick Theological Seminary, and the construction of a mixed use building Lot 8, where the trucks are located. As a result of the new development, the trucks may only have a year of time left in their current arrangement on Lot 8, according to the report. While the trucks may be moved off the lot, officials say the new apartment and retail building will have a restaurant in the …