Five tenured professors have filed a lawsuit against Rutgers University for paying them less than their male counterparts.
College students with physical and cognitive disabilities use illegal drugs at significantly higher levels than their non-disabled peers, a Rutgers University study has found.
The radical campaign rhetoric and the prevailing political climate in the country along with racism experienced in high school is influencing black students to enroll at HBCUs.
An increasing number of recent graduates from Historically Black Colleges and Universities are experiencing upward mobility
The university will evaluate its mental health, substance misuse and suicide prevention programs and systems to promote emotional health and well-being of students.
Both schools are being investigated by the U.S. Department of Education for not disclosing foreign funding from China and Qatar
The new tentative agreement promises race and gender equity, job security and dignity to nearly 5,000 full-time faculty members and graduate employees
Jinglin Fu, an associate professor of chemistry, will use the award to conduct research on biosensor, biocatalysis, and biofuel production devices
The university has increased funding for its Faculty Diversity Hiring Initiative by $22 million, representing an overall $40 million commitment through 2024
88 percent of members of the university's union voted to authorize a strike if ongoing contract negotiations with the school prove unsuccessful