Partnerships

Wed
19
Dec

School of Social Work Brings Continuing Education Program to China

School of Social Work Brings Continuing Education Program to China

Thirty-five senior leaders from philanthropic and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in China recently earned certificates from the Rutgers School of Social Work (SSW) in an intensive, four-day program on training skills conducted in Beijing by continuing education faculty from the school’s Institute for Families.

The trainees included staff from the China Philanthropy Research Institute (CPRI) at Beijing Normal University, NGOs throughout China, and charitable foundations, including the Ford Foundation.

CPRI hosted the program and co-sponsored it with the Huamin Research Center at Rutgers, which was established in 2012 to promote professional development in nonprofit organizations and strengthen individual, family and community well-being in China.

Wed
17
Oct

Rutgers Professional Science Master's students take advantage of new telepresence classroom and visit USPTO

Rutgers teleconference classroom

Graduate students from Rutgers Professional Science Master’s Program and The Ohio State University shared a course this summer using the new video-enhanced learning facilities in Tillet Hall.  The course, on Intellectual Property Strategy, has been offered by Rutgers for the past 6 years. There were 54 students total, eight from OSU's Fisher College of Business, and 46 from Rutgers. The new classroom in Tillet Hall has voice activated microphones and immersive cameras so that the students and lecturers could feel connected. In addition to the telepresence classroom, there were 18 remote students who connected through a web conferencing system. The course covered the fundamentals of intellectual property, evaluating patent portfolios, and technology transfer and included many guest lectures from experts in the field. The lectures alternated between New Jersey and Rutgers.

Mon
30
Apr

Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies and the Mason Gross Extension Division Collaborate on Exciting Programs and Events

Rutgers Mason Gross Summer Series performance

Partnerships make everything better. At Rutgers, two dynamic divisions are working together to promote the arts and nurture creative talent. Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies (DoCS) and the Mason Gross Extension Division are collaborating on several exciting programs.

 

“The Mason Gross Extension Division builds community through the arts, and we are pleased to be their partner in several exciting endeavors. These enriching class and events further Rutgers place as a flagship for the creative arts,” says Richard Novak, Vice President of Continuing Studies.

 

Stephen Sondheim Event

Thu
12
Apr

Rutgers–Brookdale Partnership to Open in Lincroft

Rutgers students at Brookdale Community College

LINCROFT, NJ – Area students will soon be able to earn Rutgers University bachelor’s degrees at Brookdale Community College’s flagship campus in Lincroft as part of an expanded Rutgers University–Brookdale Partnership, which launches this fall.

The partnership, first established in 1998 at Brookdale’s Freehold campus, allows students to earn a Brookdale associate degree and transfer seamlessly into a Rutgers degree program, completing all coursework at one Monmouth County location. Enrolled students also have access to a variety of university resources, including registration, financial aid, and career search assistance.

The program, which currently serves up to 400 area students each semester, will move this September to larger offices in Brookdale’s Larrison Hall building, located on the Lincroft campus.

Tue
30
May

Video: Rutgers Math Teachers' Circle

Teachers solving problems in a circle

At Rutgers, math teachers are looking at problem solving from entirely new angles, and having exponentially more fun in the process. Rutgers Math Teachers' Circle formed as a collaboration between the Rutgers Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education and the Rutgers Math Department. Learn more about Math Teachers' Circle and other educator workshops at cmsce.rutgers.edu.

Thu
11
May

Become Certified in Government Technology Leadership: Advance Your Career with CGCIO™ Certification

Leadership

Rutgers Center for Government Services has joined forces with Public Technology Institute to offer PTI's highly regarded leadership training program for government technology professionals. Year-long classes that address the most critical issues facing IT leadership in the public sector begin in New Brunswick, N.J., on June 28, 2017, and in Los Angeles, Calif., on July 26, 2017. The deadline to enroll in the east coast program is May 31, with first-come, first-served enrollment capped at 20 seats. Do not delay.

This nationally recognized program is designed to equip technology professionals with the requisite tools to improve their leadership skills so that they may best manage their organizational technology and personnel assets. The program allows graduates to earn one of two coveted designations: Certified Government Chief Information Officer™ or Certified in Government Technology Leadership™.

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Mon
16
May

Atlantic Cape Community College and Rutgers University–Camden Sign Conditional Acceptance Agreement

Atlantic Cape Community College and Rutgers University–Camden Sign Conditional Acceptance Agreement

Atlantic Cape Community College and Rutgers University–Camden signed a Conditional Acceptance Agreement May 11, allowing students to complete three years of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at Atlantic Cape and seamlessly transfer to Rutgers–Camden for completion.The 3+1 agreement allows students to pay the lower tuition and fees at Atlantic Cape for an additional year, a savings of more than $20,000, before transferring to the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden.

Thu
20
Aug

Rutgers Innovators Lead "Maker Movement"

Makers in the lab

ON THE LIVINGSTON CAMPUS of Rutgers University, tucked away off an industrial road, is an unassuming yellow wood frame building. From the outside, it looks like a Shaker house, maybe home to some administrative offices.

But on the second floor is a lab, with a state-of-the-art laser cutter that fills the entire room. Down the hall are 3-D printers, machine shop equipment, a computer lab and a room just for robotics, all open to use by students and faculty. A staff of engineers helps them bring their ideas to life — from student art projects to diagnostic equipment designed by faculty.

Read more on NJ.com

Fri
01
May

Rich Novak of Rutgers Continuing Studies Talks Academic Partnership on NJTV One-On-One Interview

Image of Richard Novak

Richard Novak from Rutgers University Division of Continuing Studies discusses  the new academic partnership that allows County College of Morris graduates and others to earn Rutgers University degrees on the campuses of CCM.

View the video at steveadubato.org >>

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