Welcome Alumni!

Please stay in touch. We would love to hear what you are doing and where you have been. You can email Kristen Goodrich, connect through Facebook, or stop in. Even contribute a story to the SEBS Newsroom.


Alumni Stories

We measure our success by the success of our alumni and students. Read about some alumni who describe where they started, how they are finding success and where they are going.

Grounded in 4-H and Graduating with Honors: Kristen Johnson (SEBS 2017)
Johnson majored in Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior, with a minor in Public Health, and one of her major interests is in agriculture. In her home town of Skillman, NJ, Johnson grew up on a small Christmas tree farm and raised market lambs with 4-H....Read more »


...And what read about our alumni faculty are pursuing.

Faculty for a Sustainable Future: Cara Cuite
Cara Cuite is an assistant extension specialist in the Department of Human Ecology at Rutgers University. She started at Rutgers as a graduate student in 1995 and has never really left... Read More »

 


Read more news from the Department of Human Ecology in the SEBS and NJAES Newsroom.


Alumni Resources


Update Your Contact Information

Update your contact information at the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and the Rutgers University Alumni Association. You will receive the School’s biannual magazine and e-newsletters, in addition to the University’s alumni magazine.

Rutgers University Alumni Association

The Rutgers University Alumni Association (RUAA) serves all alumni of Rutgers University. Membership in the RUAA is free and automatically granted to all graduates of Rutgers University, or any of its predecessor schools, upon graduation.

Visiting Campus?

If you are an alumnus or are hosting alumni on campus, let the Office of Alumni and Community Engagement know so we can say hello!

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