Dawud Hamdan, a senior majoring in public health, suffers from transverse myelitis, a neurological condition that causes inflammation along a segment of the spinal cord. Read his story and watch the video to find out how he worked with Residence Life staff on special accommodations to allow him to comfortably live on campus.
Dr. Dona Schneider, Professor and Associate Dean for Programs at the Bloustein School, has been appointed Dean of the University College (UC). Professor Schneider is a committed educator and enthusiastic leader, who has an outstanding record in research and teaching in epidemiology and public policy. She has served as Acting Dean of UC since August 1, […]epidemiology, health administration, public health, schneider, UCC, undergraduate, University College Community
Diana Won learned early on during her undergraduate years at Rutgers University that she wants to be where the private sector and public policy meet to make good things happen. A Fulbright student when she graduated from Rutgers’ School of Arts and Sciences in 2011, the Closter, N.J. native is pursuing a master’s degree in public policy […]Bloustein, Diana Won, fellowship, international development, Luce Scholar, PPP, undergraduate
Imani Baker, a public health and pre-nursing major at the Bloustein School, was recently named the 2012 Project L/EARN “Intern of the Year.” Ms. Baker worked under the guidance of faculty mentor Dr. Judith Lucas at the Rutgers Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research (IHHCPAR) on a paper “The Association between Nursing Home Culture […]Announcements, award, Bloustein, health care, health research, Honors and Awards, New Brunswick, News, nursing, Project L/EARN, public health, undergraduate, Undergraduate Students