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Rutgers to Launch $295-Million Campus Building Project

Rutgers University plans to launch a $295 million campus building project as part of a public-private partnership.

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Rutgers President Richard McCormick (on right) at 2011 commencement (Getty Images)
Rutgers President Richard McCormick (on right) at 2011 commencement (Getty Images)
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Board Approves Emeritus Honor For Outgoing Rutgers President

Outgoing Rutgers University President Richard McCormick has received a new job and title.

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Rutgers Grease Trucks to Move Out of Lot 8! – Will They Be Back?[POLL]

Nothing stands in the way of progress.

However, if you’ve been accustomed to your late night “fat Darrell”…you’ll have to look for it in a different place in the near future.

According to this:

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Rutgers Working To Deliver Better Health Care

Rutgers University is getting a 14 million dollar Health Care Innovation Award from the Federal Department of Health and Human Services.

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NJ Democrats Minimize University Merger Costs

Democrats who support a far-reaching plan to reconfigure Rutgers, Rowan and the University of Medicine and Dentistry are downplaying the merger's costs.

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NJ Senate Lawmakers Advance University Merger Bill

A Senate panel has unanimously advanced a major higher education restructuring bill that reconfigures Rutgers, Rowan and the University of Medicine and Dentistry.

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University Merger Costs to be Available Monday

Lawmakers are told they'll see a price tag soon on an ambitious plan to shuffle New Jersey's universities and medical schools.

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Flickr User Jason Howie
Flickr User Jason Howie
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Rowan Trustees Endorse University Merger Bill

Rowan University's governing board has endorsed legislation merging the school with Rutgers-Camden, while asking to retain its authority over campus matters.

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Faculty Group Applauds Rutgers’ Stance On Merger

A Rutgers University faculty group says the schools' governing boards have made it clear they do not endorse legislation transferring control of the Camden campus.

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University Merger Opposed By Rutgers Boards

Rutgers University's governing boards have affirmed their intent to keep control of the Camden and Newark campuses, but left the door open for a higher education restructuring deal to be worked out with the Legislature.

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