Fall 2022 Newsletter

Fall 2022 Newsletter

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Welcome back, DLS colleagues! We are thrilled to be on campus experiencing the dynamic energy created by our collective in-person connections. In this newsletter, we have included updates on new accomplishments and developments within our Division, highlighting the broad achievements of our outstanding faculty, students, and staff. Two notable ones include the conferral of the prestigious Rita Allen Foundation Scholar award, with a special designation as the Milton E. Cassel Scholar, to Kevin Monahan, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry (MBB),and the awarding of a Goldwater Scholarship to Sohaib Hassan, a senior majoring in Genetics. We are also delighted to welcome the following new faculty members to the Division: Yang Lyu (MBB), Santiago Cuesta (CellBiology and Neuroscience), Erik Hummer [Kinesiology and Health (DKH)],Morgan Murray (DKH), Nadyne Venturin-Trindade (DKH), and Tara Cominski (Biological Sciences). We are excited at the prospect of their contributing a wealth of new ideas and excellence to the teaching and scholarship missions of DLS.

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Spring 2022 Newsletter

Spring 2022 Newsletter

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As we enter our second semester of being back at Rutgers, and students areonce again filling the campuses, there is a sense of new energy andexcitement. Certainly, things are not what they were before, with plexiglassbarriers and masks, as we are doing our due diligence to be mindful of thepandemic, but we are grateful to have faculty, students, and staff fill theclassrooms and offices with chatter once again. Great things continue takingplace in the Division, so I invite you to check out some of the highlights from the past semester.

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Fall 2021 Newsletter

Fall 2021 Newsletter

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Welcome to the Fall issue of the Division of Life Sciences newsletter! Since our
last newsletter, we have returned to campus and are navigating what school
looks like in person. We are excited to share about the process of transitioning
back into the lab, as well as the exciting research and creative and thoughtful
teaching that has continued in the face of the pandemic.

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Spring 2021 Newsletter

Spring 2021 Newsletter

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It has been quite a year-redefining what research and teaching look like amidst the pandemic. Despite the challenges, our departments have been busy with conducting novel research, designing new courses, and figuring out new ways to better connect with and teach our students through a virtual format.

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