The College is excited to announce a new cohort of Faculty Fellows for the 2022-2023 school year!
The Douglass Faculty Fellows Program is a new Douglass initiative open to all students that brings cutting-edge professionals to campus to work directly with Douglass students on their projects and research. Fellows include innovators from a variety of fields, including the fine arts, social justice, medicine, academia, activism, and more. Students may be eligible to receive a stipend for their work.
Dear New Douglass Students,
Welcome to the Fall 2022 semester and congratulations on taking the bold step of choosing the Douglass difference!
As a Douglass student, you will benefit from an educational track of academic and co-curricular programming that helps you acclimate to college life, excel in your classes, and build your resume for Rutgers and beyond. Our students participate in a range of programming in the following categories: Douglass Discovery (research), Career Development, Knowledge and Power (women's empowerment), Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and Residential and Community Engagement.
Welcome to the Fall 2022 semester. On behalf of the staff at Douglass, we’re excited to have you back!
Research shows that students that have the most positive college experience, and stay through graduation, are those who find a sense of connection. With this in mind, I urge you to fully engage in all that Douglass has to offer.
Become an externship site mentor! Site mentors play a pivotal role in our students’ professional journeys—providing necessary career development opportunities and industry insights. Site mentors are responsible for organizing activities for externs such as
This coming month, Douglass will welcome the Class of 2026 to campus. At Welcome Days, Douglass staff and student ambassadors from the Douglass Student Recruitment Network put on a two-day suite of activities for new students. The College is excited to connect a new cohort of talented and bright undergraduates to the power of the Douglass Difference.
Recent Douglass alumnae are using the talents and skills developed through a Douglass education to make strides both out in the world and back on campus. Jackie Mehr DRC’22 is an active Douglass alumna and current NIH researcher. Throughout her four years as an undergraduate student, she cultivated an impressive research career that culminated in her receiving the Goldwater Scholarship. The insights Mehr has to share are invaluable to the over half of Douglass students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Through the power of the Douglass network, current Douglass students have the ability to connect with alumnae like Mehr to gain wisdom from her experiences.