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June 2022

June 20, 2022
Years of experience as a corporate college recruitment director inform Tom Matlock’s one-credit “Skills to Succeed” elective course that prepares students for job searches and career readiness. “I teach the course from a marketing point of view,” he says. “My students need to get into the mindset of telling their stories and selling themselves – through their resumes, cover letters, and answers to interview questions.”
June 15, 2022
Each year, the Rutgers University Chancellor-Provost’s Awards for Faculty Excellence honor outstanding faculty achievements in pioneering research, innovative teaching, and impactful service.
June 9, 2022
Another graduating class is in the books for the School of Engineering with the convocation celebration on Friday, May 13, 2022, for the Class of 2022. The event gathered nearly 1,000 students along with families, friends and faculty to applaud their achievements at Jersey Mike’s Arena. Degrees were awarded across 10 majors, representing the diverse fields of engineering. 

May 2022

May 19, 2022
For more than 30 years, Rutgers Formula Racing (RFR) student teams largely composed of School of Engineering students have designed, built, and raced new race cars with combustion engines in annual Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) competitions.  
May 11, 2022
“Incredible” is how senior aerospace engineering students Daulton James and Bertrand Smith describe their team’s opportunity to receive a $12,000 NASA University Student Research Challenge (USRC) award for their “Sustainable Transport Research Aircraft for Test Operation,” or STRATO, project.

April 2022

April 29, 2022
“Rutgers really prepared me to be an engineer. It provided a strong foundation and the necessary resources for me to build on. For that, I am forever thankful.” – Sunny Mullen 
April 26, 2022
SoE Team Publishes Study Comparing Rain Garden Drainage Alternatives
April 18, 2022
Jeremy Cleeman, a second-year doctoral student in the School of Engineering Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, chose Rutgers as an undergraduate for its many opportunities. “I love to build and create,” he says of his choice to pursue mechanical engineering. 
April 14, 2022
Grace Herdelin graduates this spring and will vie in the June competition Grace Herdelin is preparing to compete in the Miss New Jersey scholarship competition, finishing a degree in chemical engineering, tinkering with a new toothpaste, and recently converted to Judaism. On the surface, her interests might not seem to have much in common.

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