News

Wednesday - 5/17/17
On April 6, 2017, Douglass alumna Alice Aycock DC’68 returned to campus as a lecturer for the Douglass Dean’s Colloquium and to celebrate the restoration of her sculpture on the Douglass campus, “The Miraculating Machine in the Garden.” Alice is a... Read more »
Thursday - 5/18/17
In April, Douglass alumna Imbolo Mbue was presented with the prestigious PEN/Faulkner award for her recently published novel, “Behold the Dreamers.” The annual award is among the most highly regarded in literature. “Behold the Dreamers,” Mbue’s... Read more »
Monday - 4/03/17
After a close friend had a daughter with special needs, Jill Asher, DC'92 realized that there may be limitations placed on special needs children in unexpected places. When Ava, the daughter of Asher’s friend, grew too big for the little bucket... Read more »
Monday - 3/27/17
Douglass alumna Carol Christ has been named Chancellor of the University of California Berkeley. Christ is the first woman Chancellor of UC Berkeley. Christ was selected by University of California President Janet Napolitano, and on Thursday, March... Read more »
Wednesday - 3/08/17
Douglass Residential College was honored with a Resolution from the New Jersey State Senate celebrating 100 years of women’s education. Douglass was recognized for its reputation as an institution focused entirely on the success and advancement of... Read more »
Wednesday - 2/15/17
Douglass Residential College works to prepare students for their professional lives. BOLD Conversations – the Douglass Career Conference is a key step in this preparation.   At this conference, we have a range of career industries represented, as... Read more »
Thursday - 12/01/16
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has issued its first-ever awards for the NSF INCLUDES program, a comprehensive initiative to enhance U.S. leadership in science and engineering by broadening participation in the fields of Science, Technology,... Read more »
Thursday - 12/15/16
The BOLD Center at Rutgers Douglass Residential College is helping students find the job of their dreams while making sure they can enjoy their success when it happens. Since opening this fall, the center has brought together existing career and... Read more »
Thursday - 11/10/16
From Rutgers Today Chelsie Riche remembers playing school with her cousins as a child. Only it wasn’t a game. As one of the few children in her extended family who could afford to go to school in her native Haiti, it was Riche’s responsibility to... Read more »
Monday - 10/03/16
Amber Gourdine wasn’t taking any chances. Braving the humid, 90-degree days in central Nicaragua, the recent Rutgers graduate donned long sleeves and tucked her pants into her socks to avoid mosquito bites. Then, she embarked on daylong hikes to... Read more »

Pages