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Windows of Understanding art project calls for Rutgers to "see through hate" (Daily Targum, February 2019) Image Credit Middle School Art Club, New Brunswick, NJ
Rutgers Collaborative Year-End Celebration is an annual gathering of faculty and community partners dedicated to civic engagement that offers faculty, students, staff, and community partners the opportunity to share scholarship, network across disciplines and to recognize achievements and best practices in community partnerships.
The 2019 Celebration recognized the New Brunswick Free Public Library for its partnership with Rutgers Collaborative Center to prepare immigrant families to assist their children with college applications, and SEBS faculty member Dr. Cara Cuite for her contributions to achieving community goals for food security in New Brunswick.
Fall and Spring Student Orientations bring students together as a community dedicated to public service and provide guidance on expectations and nurturing positive relationships with community partners.