Any number of circumstances may require you to adapt your course to accommodate students who cannot attend face-to-face course meetings or because the University limits face-to-face course meetings. This guide identifies some actions you can take should the need arise: Keep Teaching: Steps to Accommodate Off-Campus Teaching & Learning.
We are in a time of heightened attention to issues of longstanding racial discrimination and inequity throughout our society and in higher education. Please visit this site to find resources that we have found especially helpful and relevant in spurring reflection and suggesting concrete steps you can take in your work with undergraduates.
The School of Arts and Science (SAS) is the comprehensive arts and sciences school of Rutgers—New Brunswick. Students complete a Core Curriculum that meets a broad range of foundational learning goals while also gaining depth in particular areas of interest through completion of a major and minor. Students study and actively engage in research with our world-class research faculty as they create new knowledge and understandings of the natural environment and human behavior across 40 disciplines. SAS students achieve the knowledge and skill competencies necessary to successfully meet the rapidly changing economic and social demands of the 21st Century and design purposeful lives.