Rutgers’ budget is an important factor in our state’s economy. How the university builds, employs, spends, and operates influences the revenue of local businesses and households. For every $1 received in state funding, Rutgers delivers $7 back to New Jersey.
Did you know the remarkably popular meat-free alternative to the iconic ground beef patty, which is on the menu at select Burger King sites, was developed with help from the Rutgers Food Innovation Center? Find out what is in the secret sauce that makes the Impossible Burger taste so much like a real meat burger.
Prudential Financial has committed $10 million to the Honors Living-Learning Community at Rutgers University–Newark to create the Prudential Scholars Program for city residents. The new program will provide students access to resources to help them build their entrepreneurial skills and empower them to become agents of positive change in the city.
Education, health care, and policy leaders discussed Rutgers' role in expanding innovation and opportunity in New Brunswick and beyond.
The grant will fund “A New View,” a public art project that will transform sites plagued by illegal dumping along major transit corridors into dynamic art spaces, inspiring residents and attracting visitors.
The Botswana-Rutgers Knowledge Collaborative is a joint initiative to exchange knowledge through technology and develop programs that help Botswana address its strategic development goals as the country emerges as a regional hub of southern Africa.