In a sea of 70,000-plus undergraduate and graduate enrollees, Rutgers University–New Brunswick students who require Student Accounting, Billing, and Cashier Services’ (Student ABC) assistance will get the individualized help that they need in a faster and more convenient fashion than ever before. That’s thanks to the fall 2021 launch of Rutgers–New Brunswick’s One Stop Student Services Center, says Anthea Jeffrey, MBA, Associate Controller of Student ABC.
Each month, various departments within University Finance and Administration (UFA) prepare to record entries and reconcile accounts for each fiscal year, all in anticipation of the year-end financial close, which typically takes place during the second week of August.
On September 29, J. Michael Gower, Executive Vice President – Chief Financial Officer (CFO) & University Treasurer, and Michele Norin, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO), participated in a National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) webinar titled “Strengthening the Business-IT Partnership in Higher Education.” Gower and Norin discussed the importance of their work partnership and its impact on the success of the university.
Rutgers University Behavioral Healthcare and University Procurement Services partnered together to launch the Middlesex Outreach for Recovery & Education (MORE) program, a community-based outreach intervention program targeting individuals diagnosed with opioid use and substance use disorders.
Congratulations to Chea Smith, Director of Cost Analysis and Reporting, who was recently appointed as a traveling faculty member of the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA)!
Just one month after Rutgers’ RUCDR Infinite Biologics received Emergency Use Authorization from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on April 13, 2020, for its saliva-based COVID-19 test, developed in partnership with Spectrum Solutions and Accurate Diagnostic Labs (ADL), Rutgers University–New Brunswick’s Occupational Health Department would help the university implement a strategic testing program that would govern its efforts to mitigate outbreaks among its more than 24,000 part-time and full-time faculty and staff and its population of 70,000-plus students.