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November 2019

Academic Success Center

2019-12-02T10:22:16-05:00

New Academic Success Center Gives Students Tools to Succeed To help students excel in the classroom, Rutgers School of Health Professions has launched a new Enrollment Management Academic Success Center that offers services to all students. The center provides one-on-one tutoring, writing seminars and academic workshops, as well as coaching and advising. [...]

Academic Success Center2019-12-02T10:22:16-05:00

Learning to Lead and Serve

2019-11-22T12:02:01-05:00

Representing Rutgers at National Student Leadership Forum "I felt honored and empowered to represent Rutgers University." By Cynthia Orozco Rutgers SHP Class of 2020 If I had to choose one word to describe my experience as the Rutgers University representative to the 2019 National Student Leadership Forum, it would be awakening. [...]

Learning to Lead and Serve2019-11-22T12:02:01-05:00

October 2019

SHP Faculty and Staff Recognized for Service

2019-10-03T14:22:00-04:00

SHP  Faculty and Staff Recognized  Each year, Rutgers School of Health Professions honors faculty and staff for their years of service to our school and leadership, and chooses an Employee of the year. This year, we recognized 29 employees for length of service. Dean Gwendolyn Mahon announced that the Employee of the [...]

SHP Faculty and Staff Recognized for Service2019-10-03T14:22:00-04:00

Founding Dean Martin Passes Away

2019-10-03T13:27:57-04:00

SHP's Founding Dean John P. Martin Passed Away Sept. 11   Founding Dean John P. Martin, who headed the School of Health Professions school from 1976-1988, passed away on Sept. 11. The plan for a school for allied health professionals was approved in 1973 by the board of trustees of the College [...]

Founding Dean Martin Passes Away2019-10-03T13:27:57-04:00

August 2019

2019-08-29T13:21:33-04:00

Promoting Good Mental Health in NJ Schools  School superintendents, mental health experts gather at Rutgers to improve services New Jersey educators and nationally known mental health practitioners and leaders came together at Rutgers this summer in a summit to address mental health issues among the K-12 school population. It was the first major [...]

2019-08-29T13:21:33-04:00

July 2019

Big 10 Concussion Research

2019-07-19T15:20:53-04:00

Big 10 Concussion Research Researcher Dr. Carrie Esopenko and Kyle Brostrand, coordinator of concussion management and research for the Scarlet Knights, are working on the Big 10-Ivy League groundbreaking study. Read story.

Big 10 Concussion Research2019-07-19T15:20:53-04:00