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									                                                             RUTGERS UNIVERSITY NEWARK
                                                  P-12 and Higher Education Community Partnership Programs

Name of Partnership            Key Contact person           Phone                        Email                                      Brief Program Description/Overview


                                                                                                              This program is designed for students to spend a half-day on campus to provide
 District School Initiative                             (973) 353-5205
                                   Jason Hand                                jhand21@andromeda.rutgers.edu    them with insight into the spplication process, academic, support services, and
   at Rutgers-Newark                                      EXT: 0011                                           cmpus life.

                                                                                                              Roll up your sleeves, grab a shovel or a rake and celebrate Earth Day with the
                                                                                                              fine people who are making the Greater Newark Conservancy a vital part of city
                                                                                                              life. For the past two years Rutgers-Newark, in partnership with the Greater
 Earth Day Program with                                                                                       Newark Conservancy’s Outdoor Education Center has worked with Newark
                                                                                                              residents to preserve and improve the open spaces of the city. The opening of
     Greater Newark               Helen Paxton           973- 353-5262       paxton@andromeda.rutgers.edu     its Outdoor Education Center created a highly visible focus for the
       Conservancy                                                                                            Conservancy’s grassroots educational efforts, and is providing the citizens and
                                                                                                              visitors to Newark with an energizing lush new green space to explore and
                                                                                                              enjoy. The Earth Day Program gives students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends
                                                                                                              of Rutgers University the chance to enhance the beauty of the city of Newark.

                                                                                                              Job shadowing is an academically motivating educational activity dedicated to
                                                                                                              giving youth an up-close look at the world of work. Students “shadow” a
 Job Shadowing Program        Yvette Ortiz-Beaumont     (973) 353-1630        yortiz@andromeda.rutgers.edu    workplace mentor as he or she goes through a “normal” day on the job. The
                                                                                                              goal is for the students to see how the skills they currently are learning in
                                                                                                              school relate to a workplace environment.
                                                                                                              The Abbott Leadership Institute engages parents and community people as
   Abbott Leadership
                                 Junius Williams      973-353-1750 ext 229    junius@andromeda.rutgers.edu    partners with education professionals in the education of the children in the
       Institute                                                                                              Public Schools.

                                                                                                              Administered by the Office of Campus and Community Relations, the Newark
                                                                                                              America Reads Program, in partnership with the Newark Literacy Campaign,
 America Reads Program             Diane Hill            973-353-1630        dianeh@andromeda.rutgers.edu     and The Office of Financial Aid/Student Employment, enriches lives by
                                                                                                              providing academic tutorial support in the areas of Math and Reading.


Asbury Park Media Art &
Civic Participation Project   Leonardo Aristimuno        973-353-5119         aristim@andromeda.rutgers.edu   A research and participatory media initiative creatively employing emerging
                                                                                                              media arts technologies towards an enhanced civic discourse in Asbury Park,
                                                                                                              NJ
                                                                                                              Unique to Rutgers, the CASE program is designed to combine community
                                                                                                              service with academic studies and to meet the needs and interests of the
                                                                                                              students, area community agencies (“Community Partners”), and other program
         C.A.S.E.                Theresa O’Neil         (973) 353-5311       tconeill@andromeda.rutgers.edu   beneficiaries. The goal of CASE is to help students gain comprehensive
                                                                                                              involvement in their communities by combining personal experience with
                                                                                                              academic knowledge towards the fulfillment of democratic citizenship
                                                                                                              responsibilities.
                                                                                                              (Center for Information Management, Integration and Connectivity)        The
                                                                                                              Technological Summer Camp sponsors technical workshops and seminars that
   CIMIC Technology                                                                                           address timely research challenges. Serves the community through outreach
                                   Nabil Adam            973-353-5239           adam@adam.rutgers.edu
     Summer Camp                                                                                              activities by providing education and mentor programs for inner city youth.


   College of Nursing                                                                                         Through this pediatric nursing course students are provided an opportunity to
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Partnership with Newark          Wendy Nehring                                 nehring@newark.rutgers.edu     take part in their clinicals. In addition, high school students get a day to witness
                                                             606                                              what a career in nursing is like.
         Schools
                                                                                                              The Community Law Clinic provides corporate, transactional, and intellectual
                                                                                                              property attorney services to New Jersey nonprofit corporations, start-up for-
 Community Law Clinic    Robert Holmes /Charles
                                                         973-353-5059           rholmes@kinoy.rutgers.edu     profit businesses, and Charter Schools. The Clinic's primary focus is on
Charter Schools Programs         Auffant                                                                      businesses and organizations that provide services to and opportunities for the
                                                                                                              poor and low income people in the City of Newark and nearby urban areas.

                                                                                                              Research study to investigate how students of different cultures and fluency in
E-Math, Global Exchange                                                                                       English communicate mathematically with each other. High-school students
                              Arthur Powell/Urban
 Mathematical Problem                                    973-353-3530        abpowell@andromeda.rutgers.edu   from urban high schools in two cities in the United States and two in Brazil
                                   Education                                                                  collaborate after-school sessions to work on open-ended, well-defined, and
        Solving
                                                                                                              challenging tasks in discrete mathematics.



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                                                                                                         The Academy Street Firehouse is sponsored by the AIDS Resource Foundation
                                                                                                         for Children (ARFC). It is a firehouse-turned-community center for children,
                                                                                                         ages 5-17, who either have family members living with HIV/AIDS or who have
                                                                                                         HIV/AIDS themselves. Every Tuesday through Friday, interested students
Firehouse Fund Program          Sarah Slaiman       973-353-1037       sarahsla@pegasus.rutgers.edu      volunteer from 5pm-7pm by helping the kids with their homework, playing
                                                                                                         games with them, and a variety of other activities. The Firehouse serves as a
                                                                                                         stability for the children that attend, and for the Rutgers-Newark students that
                                                                                                         partake in that stability.
                                                                                                         The Future Business Computer Institute (FBCI) is a three-week summer
    Future Business
                                  Diane Hill        973-353-1630      dianeh@andromeda.rutgers.edu       program intended to expose and successfully train students in the growing
   Computer Institute                                                                                    industry of computer technology.
                                                                                                         GlassRoots brings together a unique group of highly trained artists, deeply
                                                                                                         committed teachers and social workers, college students, knowledgeable
                                                                                                         business people and community partners to make the vision of shaping the
 Glass Making Program           Pat Kettenring      973-353-5961     pkettenring@andromeda.rutgers.edu   lives of area youth a reality. Workshops in glass beadmaking, tile making and
                                                                                                         glass casting - and soon glassblowing - are available for Newark area youth
                                                                                                         ages 10-17. In addition, students learn the basics of business as they price,
                                                                                                         package, and market the objects produced.
                                                                                                         The High School Educational Water Monitoring Program is a collaboration
High School Educational
                                                                                                         between Rutgers and the New Jersey Meadowlands Comission addressing
   Water Monitoring              Nabil Adam         973-353-5239          adam@adam.rutgers.edu          environmental problems of the Hackensack Meadowlands District
       Program
                                                                                                         The Highlands Environmental Research Institute (HeNRI) was established as a
                                                                                                         clearinghouse to coordinate environmental research, disseminate
Highlands Environmental                                                                                  environmental knowledge & promote the conversation of the Highlands natural
                              Alexander E. Gates    (973) 353-5034    agates@andromeda.rutgers.edu       resources. HeNRI aids private landowners, citizens groups, and government
   Research Institute
                                                                                                         agencies in their efforts to conserve the Highlands and build a sustainable
                                                                                                         future for the region.
                                                                                                         The Honors College Tutoring Program at Rutgers-Newark is conducted at St.
Honors College Tutoring                                                                                  Benedict's Preparatory School and the Thirteenth Avenue Elementary School in
                                John J. Gunkel      973-353-5866      jgunkel@andromeda.rutgers.edu      Newark. The program has worked in concert with revised curricula to inspire
       Program
                                                                                                         higher test scores and increase student motivation
                                                                                                         The Institute on Education Law and Policy is New Jersey’s premier center for
                                                                                                         interdisciplinary research and innovative thinking on education policy. Issues
 Institute on Education                                                                                  affecting New Jersey’s urban students and educators are the Institutes primary
                                                                                                         focus’ but those issues are addressed in the context of the state’s wide diversity
      Law & Policy                                                                                       and with an eye toward their ramifications for the nation as a whole. Working
                            Alan Sadovnik/ Brenda
 Collaborative Program                              973-353-5216       bcliss@andromeda.rutgers.edu      with organizations including: New Jersey Department of Education, the Newark
                                     Liss
  with Newark Public                                                                                     Public Schools, and the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association;
         Schools                                                                                         the Institute works on a number of projects, such as, studying state takeover of
                                                                                                         local school districts, school choice, and the new state school district
                                                                                                         accountability system.

                                                                                                         This is a community media event open to the Asbury Park community featuring
                                                                                                         a hands on production workshop for youth & young adults, a panel-led
Making Media: Make it                                                                                    community discussion forum on the use of medial to address social issues and
                            Leonardo Aristimuno     973-353-5119       aristim@andromeda.rutgers.edu
       a Day                                                                                             enhance civic participation and a collaboration with the Garden State Film
                                                                                                         Festival.

                                                                                                         The Newark Public Schools Systemic Initiative in Mathematics (NPSSIM)
                                                                                                         program is a five-year plan, funded by the National Science Foundation, to
                                                                                                         achieve comprehensive K-8 reform in mathematics educations and to ensure
  Math: NPS Systemic
                               Roberta Schorr       973-353-3525           schorr@rci.rutgers.edu        institutionalization thereafter. The program aims to implement standards-based
Initiative in Mathematics                                                                                curriculum, integrate technology standards into mathematics instruction,
                                                                                                         provide on-going professional development, and use the results of the research
                                                                                                         and data as a tool for improving mathematics instruction.

                                                                                                         The MBA Interfunctional Team Consulting Program at Rutgers Business School
                                                                                                         – Newark and New Brunswick brings the knowledge and experience of
                                                                                                         seasoned MBA students to bear on a challenge or problem identified by a client
  MBA Interfunctional                                                                                    company. Students get the opportunity to sharpen their problem-solving and
Team Consulting Program         Paul Belliveau      (973) 353-1126     belliveau@business.rutgers.edu    team-building skills; the sponsoring company receives a detailed report full of
    (INTERFUNCT)                                                                                         insightful analysis and valuable recommendations. To date, Rutgers students
                                                                                                         have completed more than fifteen hundred projects for a wide range of clients
                                                                                                         including Fortune 50 companies, privately held firms, not-for-profits, state
                                                                                                         agencies, municipalities, and entrepreneurs.



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                                                                                                    The Office of the dean, Faculty of Arts and Sciences-Newark implemented an
McNair Academic High                                                                                off-campus/instructional television (ITV) academic program with McNair
                                                                                                    Academic High School. FASN Rutgers-Newark/McNair Academic High School
 School Off Campus             Heidi Szymanski      973-353-5213     heidi.szymanski@rutgers.edu    Off-Campus Program provides a means to enrich the high school curriculum of
       Program                                                                                      McNair Academic High School with college level advanced placement courses.
                                                                                                    It also introduces students to the format and academic style of college study.

                                                                                                    This program is designed to directly strengthen the capacity for excellent
                                                                                                    mathematics in America’s urban schools. The goal of the MetroMath Center is
MetroMath: The Center
                                                                                                    to develop an expert, committed community, deeply rooted in city schools and
 for Mathematics in            Roberta Schorr       973-353-3525        schorr@rci.rutgers.edu      the universities which will utilize and integrate the disciplines of cognitive
   America’s Cities                                                                                 science, mathematics, mathematics education, and urban studies/ education.


                                                                                                    The Academic Foundations Center and the Department of Urban Education, in
                                                                                                    collaboration with North Star Academy Charter School, provide tutoring
  North Star Academy                                                                                sessions for middle school children attending North Star Academy Charter
                            Miriam Cruz-Montalvo    973-353-3576   mycruz@andromeda.rutgers.edu
   Tutoring Program                                                                                 School. The Rutgers University-Newark campus hosts tutoring sessions in the
                                                                                                    Rutgers Learning Center.
                                                                                                    Established by the Rutgers-Newark School of Criminal Justice, the Rutgers-
                                                                                                    Newark Academic Foundations Center, Rutgers-Newark Law School and
                                                                                                    Newark’s University High School, the students will spend the entire month of
                                                                                                    July learning about the legal system while earning extra class credit toward
                                                                                                    graduation.

                                                                                                    Students in the program attend classes four days each week at the Center for
                                                                                                    Law and Justice on the Rutgers-Newark campus, in addition to hearing
Pre-college Academy of
                                Peter Haigney       973-353-1663   phaigney@andromeda.rutgers.edu   presentations by special guest speakers and taking field trips designed to give
Criminal Justice and Law                                                                            them first-hand knowledge of how the legal system works. They will visit places
                                                                                                    such as the Essex County Courthouse and the Essex County Prosecutor’s
                                                                                                    Office. Those who successfully complete the program will earn five credits.

                                                                                                    Typically, classes take place from 9 a.m.-3 p.m




                                                                                                    The Consortium for Pre-College Education in Greater Newark is a collaboration
                                                                                                    aong East Orange, Irvington, and the newark school districts and NJIT, Rutgers-
                                                                                                    Newark College of Arts and Sciences and the UMDNJ. The Consortium's focus
                                                                                                    in pre-college preparation is toward college admission. Academic areas of
                           Darlene Brown/Academic                                                   instruction in mathematics (pre-algebra through calculus), sciencs (general
 Pre-college Consortium                             973-353-3577   darbrown@andromeda.rutgers.edu
                                 Foundations                                                        through chemistry), English (grammar, essay, literature), computer literacy,
                                                                                                    technology (general through pre-engineering) and study skills are offered by
                                                                                                    the program.


                                                                                                    The American Chemical Society's Project SEED provides summer stipends for
                                                                                                    high school students doing research in academic or industrial labs. Students
   ACS Project SEED             W.P. Huskey         973-353-5741   huskey@andromeda.rutgers.edu     must come from low income families and parents must submit tax information to
                                                                                                    the national ACS office for their children to qualify.

                                                                                                    Project GRAD is designed to influence students from Central High School and
Project GRAD – Shabazz                                                                              Malcolm X. Shabazz High School, to complete their high school education so
                        Darlene Brown/Academic                                                      that they may further their education in college. The Summer Institute’s
and Central High School                             973-353-3577   darbrown@andromeda.rutgers.edu
                              Foundations                                                           philosophy is to teach and expose its students to academic courses and to
    Summer Program
                                                                                                    foster intellectual development

                                                                                                    Rutgers-Newark LEADS (RU-NEW LEADS) is a program coordinated by a joint
                                                                                                    effort of the Paul Robeson Campus Center and the Office of Student Life &
                                                                                                    Leadership that encourages and challenges students to develop their
                                                                                                    leadership skills and to apply these skills to service learning initiatives both on
    R-U New Leads              Darryl Holloman      973-353-5568   holloman@andromeda.rutgers.edu   the Newark campus and within the greater
                                                                                                    Newark community. This program is designed to
                                                                                                    capture college student leadership in an urban
                                                                                                    environment.

                                                                                                    The Newark Public Schools Systemic Initiative in Mathematics (NPSSIM)
                                                                                                    program is a five-year plan, funded by the National Science Foundation, to
    Rutgers Newark                                                                                  achieve comprehensive K-8 reform in
 Collaborative Program                                                                              mathematics educations and to ensure
                               Roberta Schorr       973-353-3525        schorr@rci.rutgers.edu      institutionalization thereafter. The program aims to implement standards-based
  with Newark Public-
                                                                                                    curriculum, integrate technology standards into mathematics instruction,
        Schools
                                                                                                    provide on-going professional development, and use the results of the research
                                                                                                    and data as a tool for improving mathematics instruction.
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                                                                                                        The Safer Cities Partnership is a broad coalition of criminal justice, social
                                                                                                        service, and faith-based organizations whose mission is to improve community
                                                                                                        safety in New Jersey through problem solving and collaboration. The
                                                                                                        Partnership, which began in 1999, manages a variety of strategies in the cities
                                                                                                        of Newark, Trenton, and Camden for ex-offenders returning to the
 Rutgers-Newark Police                                                                                  community.
                             Michael Wagers            973-353-5929         mwagers@rutgers.edu         Operation Ceasefire is a community response to gun violence. The strategy
        Institute
                                                                                                        seeks to “stop the next shooting” by deploying both an enhanced and
                                                                                                        coordinated law enforcement response along with trained community outreach
                                                                                                        workers to high-crime neighborhoods. Because it has significantly reduced
                                                                                                        shootings along the Newark and Irvington border, Governor Jon S. Corzine has
                                                                                                        expanded this police/community model to 10 other cities.


                                                                                                        The Institute on Education Law and Policy is New Jersey’s premier center for
                                                                                                        interdisciplinary research and innovative thinking on education policy. Issues
  Rutgers University -                                                                                  affecting New Jersey’s urban students and educators are the Institutes primary
  Newark Institute on                                                                                   focus’ but those issues are addressed in the context of the state’s wide diversity
                          Alan Sadovnik/ Brenda                                                         and with an eye toward their ramifications for the nation as a whole. Working
Education Law & Policy                                 973-353-5216     bcliss@andromeda.rutgers.edu    with organizations including: New Jersey Department of Education, the Newark
                                   Liss
 collaborative program                                                                                  Public Schools, and the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association;
  with Newark Schools                                                                                   the Institute works on a number of projects, such as, studying state takeover of
                                                                                                        local school districts, school choice, and the new state school district
                                                                                                        accountability system.

                                                                                                        The Rutgers-Newark One on One Initiative program conducts interviews to
Rutgers-Newark One on                                 (973) 353-5205                                    review personal, financial and academic information pertinent to the EOF
                                Jason Hand                             jhand21@andromeda.rutgers.edu    application process and to give the students fair asssessment on whether or not
     One Initiative                                     EXT: 0011
                                                                                                        they are likely to be admissible inot Rutgers EOF and its colleges.
                                                                                                        The Saturday Acedemy is a two -semester program that begins in the spring of
                                                                                                        the junior year meeting for eleven weeks and continuing for seven additional
                       Darlene Brown/Academic                                                           weeks in the fall of the senior year culminating with the June and November
Saturday Academy (SAT)                                 973-353-3577    darbrown@andromeda.rutgers.edu
                             Foundations                                                                SAT. The program is designed to strengthen skills in English, mathematics and
                                                                                                        reading comprehension.
                                                                                                        The camp is open to children, ages seven through 18, and will operate from
                                                                                                        8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. daily. Held in The Golden Dome Athletic Center, the
  Sports/Golden Dome                                (973) 353-5474                                      first session will run Monday through Friday, July 18-22. The second session
                               Joe Loughran                            loughran@andromeda.rutgers.edu   will operate Monday through Friday, August 1-5. The camp costs $140.00 for
   Athletics Programs                                     Ext. 223
                                                                                                        each session, or campers can enroll in both Sessions for $270.00, or all three
                                                                                                        for $400.00
                                                                                                        The Campus Ambassador program at Rutgers Newark is a special initiative to
                                                                                                        recruit Newark high school students and to provide opportunities for
                                                                                                        outstanding students to be involved in civic and community activities. Students
                                                                                                        chosen to serve as Campus Ambassadors visit Newark high schools to talk
  Student Ambassador                                                                                    about the importance of college and the value of a college education at Rutgers
                              Lenore Pearson          973-353-5541     lenorecp@andromeda.rutgers.edu
   Outreach Program                                                                                     Newark. Selection for the Campus Ambassadors Program is to be regarded as
                                                                                                        a high honor bestowed upon the recipient by the Provost. The program is
                                                                                                        supervised by the Office of Student and Community Affairs.


                                                                                                        The Summer Institute introduces students to some of the most important
                                                                                                        biomedical issues confronting contemporary society. The issues examined will
                                                                                                        include race-based medicine, cloning, stem cell research and the use of
  Summer Institute on                                                                                   biomedical technology to enhance physical strength, avert disability and
                             Dr. Jeff Buechner        973-353-5526        buechner@rci.rtugers.edu      prolong average life span. Highly motivated students from local high schools in
      Bioethics
                                                                                                        the greater Newark community area-- including sophomores, juniors, and
                                                                                                        seniors– are welcome to apply. Students reside on campus during the one-
                                                                                                        week course. There is no charge for students accepted into the program
                                                                                                        The Supplemental After School Tutoring Program is designed to increase the
                                                                                                        retention and graduation rates of low-income, first-generation college program
                                                                                                        participants at Rutgers-Newark. Retention and graduation rates of participants
Supplemental Afterschool Darlene Brown/Academic                                                         will be increased by using a coordinated array of Rutgers-Newark NJEOF
                                                       973-353-3577    darbrown@andromeda.rutgers.edu
   Tutoring Program            Foundations                                                              Program, Rutgers-Newark Campus
                                                                                                        Services, and proposed Student Support Service Program services.



                                                                                                        Teachers as Scholars (TAS) is a national initiative in professional development
                                                                                                        for K-12 teachers and university/public education/collaboration. This initiative
 Teachers As Scholars /   Clement A. Price / Ruth
                                                       973-353-5410    caprice@andromeda.rutgers.edu    will provide Newark Public School teachers an opportunity to spend two days
  History High Scholl            Correia                                                                on the Rutgers-Newark campus in seminars that explore the arts, the
                                                                                                        humanities, the social sciences, education, and the law.
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                                                                                             This partnership, which is sponsored by the Rutgers-Newark Writing Center,
                                                                                             Project GRAD, Newark and friends of the Newark Public library, is a writing
                                                                                             workshop for students from Project GRAD’s Middle Connection (grades 4
Tell Your Story writing                                                                      through 9). They are selected for their love of writing and are designated
                           Patricia Bender   973-353-5849   pbender@andromeda.rutgers.edu    ambassadors by their Language Arts teachers, Coaches, and school Principals.
       program
                                                                                             These writing ambassadors organize writing opportunities in their schools,
                                                                                             participate in writing workshops around the city of Newark, and help to mentor
                                                                                             other writers.
        RUNart               Nick Kline      973-353-5119   domkline@andromeda.rutgers.edu
                                                                                             The GeoSpatial Information and Technology Association (GITA), in partnership
                                                                                             with CIMIC, fosters an outreach program to promote GeoSpatial
    The Geospatial                                                                           technology and applications to GeoSpatial professionals in industries,
   Information and                                                                           government agencies, and academia. GITA hosts GeoSpatial
                            Nabil Adam       973-353-5239      adam@adam.rutgers.edu         symposiums that are intended to provide an opportunity for both the students
Technology Association
                                                                                             and professional community to discover and share the emerging technologies in
      Partnership
                                                                                             the GeoSpacial industry and to exchange the experiences and challenges of
                                                                                             adopting GIS tools for real world problems and for decision making.

  The Newark Public                                                                          The Office of Campus and Community Relations hires college students to tutor
Schools College Tutoring     Diane Hill      973-353-1630   dianeh@andromeda.rutgers.edu     Shabazz High School students, so they can pass the High School Proficiency
        Program                                                                              Assessment




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                                                    RUTGERS UNIVERSITY NEWARK
                                         P-12 and Higher Education Community Partnership Programs


Name of Partnership   Key Contact person Phone           Email                             Program Description Number of Students/Participants
Abbott Leadership     Junius Williams    973-353-1750    junius@andromeda.rutgers.edu
Institute                                 x 229
Allies in Teaching    Roberta Schorr     973-353-3525    schorr@rci.rutgers.edu
Mathematics and
Technology
America Reads         Diane Hill         973-353-1630    dianeh@andromeda.rutgers.edu
Program

CIMIC Technology      Nabil Adam         973-353-5239    adam@adam.rutgers.edu
Summer Camp
College of Nursing    Wendy Nehring      973-353-5293    nehring@nightingale.rutgers.edu
Partnership with
Newark Schools




                                          x 606
Community Law           Robert           973-353-5059    rholmes@kinoy.rutgers.edu
Clinic Charter          Holmes/Charles
Schools Programs        Auffant
(5 elementary, 1 h.s.):
    - Discovery
    Charter School
                       Holmes/Charles
                       Auffant




   - Marion P
   Thomas Charter
   School
   - Jersey Shore
   Charter School
   - Team
   Academy Charter
   School
   - University
   Academy Charter
   School
   - East Orange
   Campus High
   School Law
   Academy

Future Business        Diane Hill       973-353-1630   dianeh@andromeda.rutgers.edu
Computer Institute

Newark Schools
College Tutoring
Program
GITA partnership       Nabil Adam       973-353-5239   adam@adam.rutgers.edu
High School            Nabil Adam       973-353-5239   adam@adam.rutgers.edu
Educational Water
Monitoring Program
Honors College ICF     John J. Gunkel   973-353-5860   jgunkel@andromeda.rutgers.edu
Tutoring Program
Math: Local Systemic   Roberta Schorr   973-353-3525   schorr@rci.rutgers.edu
Change Project
McNair Academic        Gerry Warshaver     973-353-5213       warshave@andromeda.rutgers.e
High School Off                                               du
Campus Program
North Star Academy     Miriam Cruz-        973-353-5268       mycruz@andromeda.rutgers.edu
Tutoring Program       Montalvo




NSF Graduate           Jeffrey D. Kidder   973-353-5405       jkidder@andromeda.rutgers.edu
Teaching Fellows
Rutgers-Newark         Bruce Neimeyer      973-353-5205 x 10 neimeyer@ugadm.rutgers.edu
District School
Initiative


Rutgers-Newark One     Bruce Neimeyer      973-353-5205 x 10 neimeyer@ugadm.rutgers.edu
on One Initiative




Teachers As Scholars   Clement A. Price    973-353-1871       mrute@andromeda.rutgers.edu
                       Ruth Correia
History High School
Tell Your Story        Pat Bender          973-353-1956       pbender@andromeda.rutgers.ed
                                                              u
Rutgers University-    Phylis Peterman     973-353-5841       ppetermn@andromeda.rutgers.e
Newark                                                        du

School of Social
Work P-12 School
Collaborations
Rutgers University-    Paul Tractenberg/    973-353-5216   bcliss@andromeda.rutgers.edu
Newark
Institute on Education Brenda Liss
Law & Policy
collaborative program
with Newark Schools
Glass Making Program Pat                                   pkettenring@andromeda.rutgers.
                       Kettering/Business                  edu


E-Math, Global        Arthur Powell/Urban 973-353-3535     abpowell@andromeda.rutgers.e
Exchange              Education                            du

Mathematical
Problem Solving




Saturday Academy      Cary                  973-353-3579   booker@andromeda.rutgers.e
(SAT)                 Booker/Academic                      du
                      Foundations
Pre-college           “                     “              “
Consortium
Project GRAD –        “                     “              “
Shabazz and Central
High School Summer
Program
READY pre-college     “                     “              “
Scholarship Program
Supplemental           “   “   “
Afterschool Tutoring
Program

								
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