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February 8, 2017

Submit Programs for Rutgers Day by February 15
Don’t miss the opportunity to showcase the work of your school, department, or unit at Rutgers Day, the largest outreach event hosted by the university, on April 29. Check here to submit a program, download marketing materials, and view Rutgers Day policies. Contact your designated Rutgers Day representative with questions or for help creating a program. Submit Rutgers Day programs by February 15.

February 1, 2017

File New Jersey Tax Returns Electronically
The New Jersey Division of Taxation reminds faculty and staff that they can use NJ FastFile to file their New Jersey income tax returns electronically—either online, with a PDF fill-in form, or with a software package. Filers can choose direct deposit for their refunds, which is not available with paper returns. Learn more here or call 1-800-323-4400.

Submit Programs for Rutgers Day by February 15
Don’t miss the opportunity to showcase the work of your school, department, or unit at Rutgers Day, the largest outreach event hosted by the university, on April 29. Check here to submit a program, download marketing materials, and view Rutgers Day policies. Contact your designated Rutgers Day representative with questions or for help creating a program. Submit Rutgers Day programs by February 15.

January 25, 2017

File New Jersey Tax Returns Electronically
The New Jersey Division of Taxation reminds faculty and staff that they can use NJ FastFile to file their New Jersey income tax returns electronically—either online, with a PDF fill-in form, or with a software package. Filers can choose direct deposit for their refunds, which is not available with paper returns. Learn more here or call 1-800-323-4400.

Short-Term Rentals
Institutional Planning and Operations offers short-term apartment rentals near Rutgers University–New Brunswick to faculty, staff, and visitors from other Rutgers affiliates in need of temporary housing. All units are fully furnished and include kitchen and linen setups. The inventory includes studio and one- and two-bedroom units in Highland Park, New Brunswick, and Piscataway (Busch Campus). Occupancy restrictions apply. Utilities and internet services are provided. Leases run from the 1st or 15th day of the month and can be as short as one month or as long as a year. Learn more here.

January 18, 2017

Short-Term Apartment Rentals
Institutional Planning and Operations offers short-term apartment rentals near Rutgers University–New Brunswick to faculty, staff, and visitors from other Rutgers affiliates in need of temporary housing. All units are fully furnished and include kitchen and linen setups. The inventory includes studio and one- and two-bedroom units in Highland Park, New Brunswick, and Piscataway (Busch Campus). Occupancy restrictions apply. Utilities and internet services are provided. Leases run from the 1st or 15th day of the month and can be as short as one month or as long as a year. Learn more here.

December 14, 2016

Recent Updates to University Policy Library Website
The University Policy Library is the official source for the policies governing the academic, administrative, financial, operational, and business affairs of the university. Faculty, staff, and students are required to be conversant with policies that apply to their respective roles. The following is a recent update to the policy library:

10.2.11 Code of Student Conduct (revised) (PDF)

20.1.13 Naming of Facilities and Programs (revised) (PDF)

50.1.3 University Officers (revised) (PDF)

100.1.12 Hybrid Entity Declaration (new) (PDF)

Recent policy updates, including previous versions of updated policies, are available at Recent Policy Updates. For specific questions about policy interpretations, contact the responsible office listed on each policy. For general questions about university policies, contact the Office of the Secretary of the University at secretary@oldqueens.rutgers.edu.

November 23, 2016

Second Annual Rutgers Giving Day: November 29
Scarlet is more than a color; it’s a deep lifelong feeling of community and pride. The second annual Rutgers Giving Day on November 29, the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, is an opportunity for the Rutgers community to demonstrate what it can accomplish together. On Rutgers Giving Day, alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends will “paint the day scarlet” by giving to their favorite Rutgers causes. Make a gift online at GivingDay.Rutgers.edu. Through social media challenges, participants will have opportunities to earn additional funds for the areas they want to support. Follow @RutgersU on Twitter to stay connected throughout the day. The Alumni Association-NJMS will have two tables at New Jersey Medical School to accept donations: B-level lobby in the Medical Science Building (11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.) and the University Hospital cafeteria (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.). 

November 9, 2016

Universitywide Compliance Training: November 9
The Office of Enterprise Risk Management, Ethics, and Compliance invites faculty, staff, and students to Compliance Grand Rounds II on November 9 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. This training is another opportunity to earn 1 mandatory compliance training credit by attending in lieu of a single mandatory web-based training module. The guest speaker is New Jersey’s director of homeland security, Christopher Rodriguez, who will address “Cybersecurity in Healthcare” at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine, Rooms B963 and B965, Newark, with the event streamed to Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Medical Education Building, Room 102, New Brunswick; Kessler Teaching Laboratories, Room C207, Piscataway; the Camden Campus Center, South ABC Conference Room; and Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune. Preregister here. Contact Juakena Johnson at 973-972-1334 or johnsojl@ca.rutgers.edu with questions.

November 2, 2016

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Be Part of the Rutgers 250th Birthday Celebration 
Plan to join the celebration of Rutgers’ 250th birthday on November 10. From thought-provoking lectures and seminars to cupcakes and fireworks, the university will mark the milestone in many ways. Rutgers University–Camden, Rutgers University–Newark, Rutgers University–New Brunswick, and Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences will conduct their own celebrations among faculty, staff, students, alumni, and guests. View the day’s events schedule here.

October 26, 2016

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"A Day of Revolutionary Thinking": November 10
Plan to attend "A Day of Revolutionary Thinking" on November 10 as Rutgers marks its 250th birthday with a universitywide showcase of alumni expertise and knowledge. Accomplished graduates—designated as Rutgers 250 Fellows—return to campus to present new ideas, discoveries, and practices that are shaping the world. Among the topics: Fighting Ebola on the Frontlines, From Black Holes to Dark Energy, Rock and Roll and Rutgers, and The Magic and Science of Cooking. Through lectures and presentations, Rutgers graduates will pass wisdom to the next generation of Rutgers students. Presentations are open to the university community and the public but seating is limited. View the full listing of speakers and presentations here or view by location: Camden, Newark, New Brunswick, and Piscataway. For questions and additional information, email revolutionarythinking@ucm.rutgers.edu or call Rutgers’ Office of Community Affairs at 848-932-7823.

October 19, 2016

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250th Anniversary Presidential Symposium: October 26
Plan to attend the third and final 250th Anniversary Presidential Symposium on Higher Education on October 26 from 1 to 5:30 p.m. in Hageman Hall at the New Brunswick Theological Seminary. Titled “Why the Humanities Matter,” the symposium will inspire rich dialogue about the humanities’ vital place at a major public research university and in a civilized society. RSVP to presidentialsymposium3@oldqueens.rutgers.edu. Learn more here.

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