The Office for Research is pleased to announce the implementation of a new Sponsored Programs Facilities and Administrative Costs Policy ...
Support and Collaboration
In celebration of Black History Month, University Finance and Administration's In My B.A.G. (Black Affinity Group) Network hosted a conversation with Rutgers University President Jonathan Holloway, on Thursday, February 10.
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.
In early 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic led to broad-scale changes in the Rutgers community’s personal and professional lives, affecting staff approaches to work, social interactions, and participation in recreational activities. As part of the Project Management Office (PMO) Training Team, Harnel Richmond witnessed the public health crisis’ impact on training and development, which shifted many—including Richmond and her PMO colleagues—from live, instructor-led sessions that fostered active engagement to video calls.