Professor Alex Hinton Testifies at U.N.-Backed International Tribunal for the Khmer Rouge

ON the afternoon of March 18, under the glare of lights and TV cameras, and before a gallery packed with journalists and observers, Rutgers University–Newark Professor Alex Hinton sat motionless, waiting as an elderly man was wheeled into the courtroom and placed only 10 yards away.

Graduate Student Recognition

Graduate student Omanjana Goswami received a Garden Club of America Award for Summer Environmental Study and a NJ State Federation of Women's Clubs of GFWC Margaret Yardley Fellowship.


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Postdoc in Marine Atmospheric Chemistry

The Atmospheric Chemistry group has an opening for a postdoc in Marine Atmospheric Chemistry to begin July 1, 2016. The postdoc will join the group to study atmospheric dust in the remote regions, including the Southern Ocean and Antarctica. The research involves field atmospheric sampling in Antarctica and laboratory analyses of atmospheric samples using a variety of instrumental methods.

The successful candidate should have:

Queer Newark Oral History Project Wins Clement A. Price Human Dignity Award

The Queer Newark Oral History Project (QNOHP) has been awarded the Rutgers University Clement A. Price Human Dignity Award for 2016.

The group was recognized for its outstanding leadership in documenting, preserving and promoting the history of LGBTQ lives in Newark, and for its innovative partnerships with community organizations and collaborations among faculty, staff and students.