• Chancellor Emeritus Richard L. Edwards speaks at Phi Beta Kappa
  • Student panel from December 2016 UAA Division Meeting
  • Chancellor Emeritus Richard L. Edwards speaks at Phi Beta Kappa
  • Student panel from December 2016 UAA Division Meeting
  • UAA Speaker Series: Beverly Daniel Tatum

    Beverly Daniel Tatum, President Emerita of Spelman College and author of Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria: And Other Conversations About Race, speaks to students and faculty as part of the UAA Speaker Series on February 21, 2017.                                  

  • Chancellor's Student Leadership Gala Awards

    Students recognized and rewarded for their remarkable contributions to the university and community at the Chancellor's Student Leadership Awards on May 3, 2017. These students consistently demonstrated collaboration, leadership and resourcefulness, a tremendous passion for Rutgers, and went beyond their normal responsibilities to achieve goals.

     

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  • NJ Statewide Career Fair

    University Career Services Executive Director Rick Hearin introduces Acting Commissioner Aaron R. Fichtner, Ph.D., of the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development to announce the $1.5 million Many Paths, One Future Internship Grant that was created to increase the number of high school and college students who are engaging in paid...

  • UAA Speaker Series: Jose Antonio Vargas

    Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and filmmaker Jose Antonio Vargas speaks to the New Brunswick community about undocumented immigrants as part of the UAA Speaker Series.

  • Chancellor Emeritus Richard L. Edwards speaks at Phi Beta Kappa
    Phi Beta Kappa Induction Ceremony

    Chancellor Emeritus Richard L. Edwards speaks at the Phi Beta Kappa Induction Ceremony on April 23, 2017 at Cook Student Center. 

  • Student panel from December 2016 UAA Division Meeting
    Student panel

    Undergraduate students share how they have developed and benefitted from UAA programs and offer suggestions to how the UAA administration can better serve our students.