Student leading a study group
This Spotlight article is part of the An Ecosystem for Learning series, in which we discuss spaces, programs, and people who are helping to create a university in which classrooms and courses are linked with other spaces and contexts, and students are encouraged to actively engage in the learning process, and to create, collaborate, and innovate during their time at Rutgers. The Learning Assistant Program, a partnership between the Rutgers Learning Centers, the Math and Science Learning Center, and several academic departments, is one exciting way in which Rutgers is moving towards a university-wide learning ecosystem. Learning assistants (LAs) are... Continued
Honors College Under Construction
The New Brunswick campuses are curently the site of numerous construction projects, many of which will contain classrooms and other new spaces for learning, including seminar rooms, study areas, and other collaboration-oriented spaces.  The new Honors College building is being built on the block bounded by Seminary Place to the south and George Street to the east. The facility will be the home of the brand new Rutgers Honors College, which opens in the Fall of 2015, providing a venue for some of the very best students to live, learn, and build a community. This new, multidisciplinary effort will also offer students a range of social and cultural programming and is being designed to provide... Continued