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Jeffrey Carson says it is clearer than ever that smaller transfusions are better for many patients than larger ones. Photo: John Emerson

Patients Given Less Blood During Transfusions Do Well

12-10-14
Rutgers-led research finds similar survival rates whether blood transfusions are large or small.
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Rutgers Makes Bowl Game in First Big Ten Season

12-9-14
The Rutgers football team is playing in the Quick Lane Bowl in Detroit after finishing its first season as part of the Big Ten Conference.
Professor Anthony Tobia, left, talks with medical student Stephanie Peters and Christopher Murray, a first-year undergraduate, at a recent film screening. Photo: Nick Romanenko/Rutgers University

Shedding Light on Mental Illness Through Movies and Social Media

12-8-14
Students tweet their insights while watching Forrest Gump, Silver Linings Playbook during innovative Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School course.
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Engineering Students Showcase Designs

12-5-14
Rutgers University held its 15th annual Design of Engineering Systems, which featured products made by engineering students.

Report Contains Good News About New Jersey’s Graduating Class of 2014

12-4-14
Overall graduation rates are up slightly, as are those for African-American and Hispanic students.
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Immigration Takes Center Stage in Freehold Expansion Vote

12-3-14
Freehold has more than 450 students more than its capacity, but voters shot down a bid to spend $33 million to expand school facilities. Seventy percent of the students are Hispanic.
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Education Officials Discuss Readiness for New PARCC Test

12-3-14
The New Jersey Department of Education says 90 percent of schools have the technology for the PARCC test, but others question the accuracy of that statistic.
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Christie Announces $50 Million for Camden High School Upgrades

12-2-14
Camden High School will receive $50 million for renovations, including a new heating system, electrical upgrades, new windows, roof repairs and technology upgrades.
Elaine Diegmann, a professor who heads nurse midwifery education at Rutgers School of Nursing, has delivered nearly 5,000 babies, including two grandsons. Photo: Jeff Tolvin.

Midwife Fills Career with Magical Moments

12-2-14
Rutgers’ Elaine Diegmann continues to bring recognition to midwifery education.

5 New Jersey students charged in sex assault

12-1-14
WAYNE, N.J. (AP) — Five students at New Jersey's William Paterson University face charges stemming from the alleged sexual assault of a female student in a dorm. University President Kathleen Waldron told students and faculty in a statement that ...