- EPIB senior Vanessa Thomas awarded undergraduate research fellowship by the Rutgers Aresty Research Center to study student energy insecurity
- Rutgers awarded $20m NSF grant to lead regional large-scale coastlines and people megalopolitan coastal transformation hub
- William Hallman, professor and chair of the Department of Human Ecology, was appointed co-chair of the Climate Communications Initiative (CCI) of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
- Covid 19 pandemic had big impact on comercial fishing in northeast.
- Prof. Dan Van Abs awarded state grant to update NJ water supply plan.
- Rachael Shwom co-authors study showing carbon labels can be part of climate change.
- NJ higher education community gather to envision hunger free college.
- Six SEBS faculty selected for 2022-23 Provosts Teaching Fellows program.
- NJAES and SEBS share in USDA NIFA funding for human chronic disease prevention.
- Rutgers awarded 305,000 grant for water quality protection in delaware river basin.
- Rutgers study confirms cell based and cell cultured work best.
- More than words communication about a Covid 19 vaccine.
- Human Ecology students navigae environmental law and the state of the raritan river.
- Rutgers team selected by Arcgis to pilot new Arcgis online image tool.
- Bonnie McCay, Professor Emerita, Department of Human Ecology, was appointed to a three-year term on the Science Advisory Board of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
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- Human Ecology students navigate environmental law and the state of the Raritan River
- Provisioning Garden is the newest living laboratory on the Cook Campus
- As the sea rises, how do we get out of harm’s way?
- Millions of species could disappear if we don’t change. One way to help is to eat less meat, Rutgers prof says.
- Food safety: FDA unveils new plan to ensure safety of food imported to U.S.
- Rethinking the future of food recalls
- Environmentalists raise questions about salting of NJ roads
- Environmentalists raise concerns about salting roads during winter months
- Scientists consider “quick response” plan to counter climate misinformation
- “Will Murphy’s plan to constantly salt the roads wreak environmental havoc? Time will tell.”
- Why stay during a hurricane? because it’s not as simple as ‘get out’
- Opinion: NJ shouldn’t wait for federal funds before reducing flood damages
- Expert: NJ towns should start revamping water infrastructure for the future
- More syringes are washing up on Jersey beaches. It’s a problem that starts miles away.
- Americans waste nearly half their food. How can we reduce food waste in New Jersey?
- Ira Wagner’s ‘Houseraising’: Uplift, denial, and Hurricane Sandy
- How privatizing water systems costs taxpayers — & endangers them (Heavy.com)
- Conservation could curb future N.J. water demands
- Opinion: NJ’s water needs could decrease, despite 10.4m residents by 2040