Seeing Eyes: Furry Graduates at Rutgers

May 26, 2015

By Linda Stamato | NJ Voices

It’s graduation season, and, with it, appear profiles of promising graduates, sketches of the families who provided encouragement and support and now, at Rutgers, specifically at the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences on the University’s Cook Campus, we are introduced to certain four-legged graduates, featured here, with the students who have supported and trained them.

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