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  1,794 Alumni                                                         Aquaculture, the farm-
                                                                       ing of fish and seafood in              1        1
   384 Undergraduate and Graduate Students
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   554 Continuing Ed Students Enrolled Locally
                                                                       turies, but states such as New
     75 Faculty/Staff                                                  Jersey are investing today to
 2,807 Total                                                           encourage high-tech, large-scale commercial versions. Rut-
                                                                       gers’ Multispecies Aquaculture Demonstration Facility,
Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 1            which is nearing completion in Cape May, will be used to
• MBA Team Consulting Program: Marketing plan for historic             perform research and training related to the develop-
  Cold Spring Village developed by a team of MBA students              ment of aquaculture as a large-scale New Jersey indus-
  (Cape May)                                                           try. The complex, managed by Rutgers’ Haskin Shellfish
• Rutgers’ Cape Shore Laboratory: A research facility studying the     Research Laboratory, will consist of a series of indoor tanks
 breeding processes and hybridization of aquaculture in                and outdoor ponds for raising finfish and shellfish, an
 southern New Jersey (Green Creek)                                     indoor hatchery facility, and a pumping station to supply
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the           saltwater needs. Rutgers’ Haskin Shellfish Research Labo-
 state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity           ratory has a more than 100-year tradition of disseminat-
 for professional advancement (Cape May, Cape May Point,               ing research results and working cooperatively with state
 Stone Harbor, Vineland City)                                          and federal agencies and the fisheries and aquaculture
• Keys to Achieving Resilient Transitions (KART): Provides training,   communities in southern New Jersey. The laboratory
 funding, and support to group homes, residential treat-               generates and disseminates research information directly
 ment facilities, and community-based service providers for            applicable to all aspects of fisheries and aquaculture sci-
 children on the brink of aging out of foster care (Vineland)          ence, concentrating on species of commercial importance
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Science-based outreach and            to New Jersey.
 summer camp programs in such areas as food and nutri-
 tion, family and community health sciences, and 4-H (Cape             For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 May Court House, Millville)                                           programs, contact:

Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 1                                Friends of Rutgers
• Center for Effective School Practices: Research-based pre-K          Department of University Relations
  through grade 12 classroom innovations (Millville,                   Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  Vineland)                                                            101 Somerset Street
• NJ Math Science Partnership: Improving student achievement           New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 in mathematics and sciences (Millville, Vineland)                     Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
                                                                       Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
• Rutgers Science Explorer Bus: Interactive science lessons and
                                                                       Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
 demonstrations for middle school and junior high students
 in a 40-foot, state-of-the-art, custom-designed mobile                Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 laboratory staffed by Rutgers scientists (Cape May)                   university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
• High School Financial Planning Program: Workshops from               the state.
 Rutgers Cooperative Extension to help teachers implement
 a curriculum on personal finances (Cape May Court House,
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                                                                    College (ACCC) to bring degree
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                                                                    programs to Atlantic and Cape
     69 Faculty/Staff                                               May counties, a region traditionally
 4,094 Total                                                        underserved by state higher education. Hotel and casino
                                                                    workers are able to earn a Rutgers bachelor’s degree in
Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 2         hospitality management through a program offered by
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the        Rutgers–Camden and ACCC that allows students to receive
  state’s workforce current (Absecon, Atlantic City, Egg Har-       Rutgers credit while attending classes in Atlantic City.
  bor Township, Galloway, Hamilton Township, Pleasantville)         This spring the program offered five courses with enroll-
• Cultivating Youth and Communities for Positive Futures:           ment of more than 100. The program focuses on hotel,
 Workforce readiness for at-risk youth through farm stand,          food and beverage, and gaming operations and manage-
 nutrition, gardening, and other projects (Atlantic City,           ment and helps workers advance professionally. Hotels
 Pleasantville)                                                     and resorts gain access to a workforce educated through
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Science-based information          the Rutgers program’s practical, industry-oriented
 and outreach focused on 4-H youth development, food                courses. Past students are now employed at every level
 and nutrition, gardening, and more (Atlantic City)                 of casino management, including a vice president of sales
                                                                    and a director of training for two of the boardwalk’s most
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 2
• Center for Effective School Practices: Research-based classroom   recognizable hotels. In addition, Rutgers offers three other
  innovations to improve pre-K through 12th grade learning          programs at ACCC’s Atlantic County campuses: bachelor’s
  (Pleasantville)                                                   programs in liberal studies, master of business administra-
• Seeds to Success: Prepares at-risk youth for the workforce        tion, and graduate courses in education.
 through classroom and on-the-job training by operating
                                                                    For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 summer farm stands in their communities (Atlantic City,
                                                                    programs, contact:
 Pleasantville)
• Teens Teaching Middle School Youth Workforce Preparation:         Friends of Rutgers
 Teambuilding, communication, goal-setting, job exploration,        Department of University Relations
 and character education activities for more than 700 mid-          Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 dle school youth (Atlantic City)                                   101 Somerset Street
• Roots of Knowledge: Increases science literacy, healthy           New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 lifestyle practices, and workforce readiness in high-risk          Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 youth through gardening (Atlantic City, Pleasantville)             Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                    Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
• High School Financial Planning Program: Free or low-cost work-
 shops from Rutgers Cooperative Extension to help teachers          Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 implement a curriculum focusing on personal financial              university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
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Rutgers People in District 3
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 2,501 Alumni                                                       The Food Innovation                      1




                                                                    Center, an initiative of the                          1
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   176 Faculty/Staff                                                develop and market new niche
 3,348 Total                                                        products to maintain economic viability and
                                                                    preserve farmland in New Jersey. In the spring of 2007,
Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 3         construction will begin on a new 23,000-square-foot
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the        center that will offer farmers and food businesses access
  state’s workforce current (Bridgeton, Clayton, Pennsville,        to state-of-the-art food processing equipment, technical
  Pittsgrove, West Deptford, Woodstown)                             support, and business advice. The new facility is scheduled
• NJ Small Business Development Centers Branch Offices: Low-cost    to open in early 2008. Since its establishment in 2001,
 and no-cost services for small business (Carneys Point,            the center has aided more than 700 clients in the
 Salem)                                                             agricultural and food sectors. It is projected that over
• NJ Hospital Quality Initiative: Works with hospitals to improve   $200 million in cumulative new revenue will be created by
 quality of care for hospitalized patients with congestive          the center’s highest performing clients over the next five
 heart failure (Salem)                                              years, which will also result in over 1,000 new jobs. The
• Rutgers Agricultural Research and Extension Center: Research on   center has been recognized by the USDA as one of only 10
 production of crops with maximum economic benefit and              national exemplary “Agricultural Innovation Center Demon-
 minimum environmental risk (Centerton, Upper Deerfield)            stration Programs,” has received international attention, and
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Science-based outreach in          is a model for university-led business incubation centers
 food and nutrition, family sciences, gardening, and youth          being developed in Africa.
 4-H development (Clayton, Woodstown)
• MBA Team Consulting Program: MBA students develop afford-
                                                                    For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 able business, marketing, and benchmarking plans for
                                                                    programs, contact:
 client companies (Pilesgrove)
• Rohrer Center for Management and Entrepreneurship: Helps a        Friends of Rutgers
 wide array of businesses to train better managers (Sewell,         Department of University Relations
 Swedesboro)                                                        Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
                                                                    101 Somerset Street
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 3
                                                                    New Brunswick, NJ 08901
• Seeds to Success: Prepares at-risk youth for the workforce
                                                                    Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
  through classroom and on-the-job training by operating
                                                                    Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
  summer farm stands in their communities (Woodbury,
                                                                    Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
  Paulsboro)
• NJ Math Science Partnership: Helps districts improve mathe-       Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 matics and science education from pre-kindergarten                 university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
 through 12th grade (Bridgeton)                                     the state.
• BizEd Leadership Program: College-level business education
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• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Science-based information and         ment approaches, an information-packed website, and
  outreach in such areas as food and nutrition, family and             newsletters, among other services and resources. The
  community health sciences, and 4-H youth development                 Camden County RCE office in District 4’s Clementon is
  (Clementon)                                                          home to the state’s Greenhouse/Floriculture Integrated
• NJ Small Business Development Centers Branch Office: Low-cost        Pest Management program for commercial growers of
 and no-cost consulting, training, and networking services             annual and perennial flowers, herbs, and vegetable
 for small business (Clementon)                                        transplants. The office offers pesticide application training
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the           and publishes Northeast Greenhouse IPM Notes, a full-
 state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity           color newsletter for greenhouse growers prepared jointly
 for professional advancement (Gloucester, Monroe,                     by RCE and Cornell University. The newsletter, which is
 Washington)                                                           archived and available online, contains the latest informa-
• Keys to Achieving Resilient Transitions (KART): Provides training,   tion on pest sightings and trends in the Northeast.
 funding, and support to group homes, residential treat-
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• Seeds to Success: Prepares at-risk youth for the workforce           For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 through classroom and on-the-job training, operating farm             programs, contact:
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                                                                       Friends of Rutgers
• Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program: Helping               Department of University Relations
 limited-resource families make healthy nutrition choices
                                                                       Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 (Clementon, Franklin, Glassboro, Gloucester,
                                                                       101 Somerset Street
 Lindenwold)
                                                                       New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 4                                Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
• BizEd: Introduction to college-level business education for          Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
  outstanding high school students (Gloucester, Lindenwold)            Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
• D’Arts Distance Learning in the Arts: Live, interactive art and      Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 theater classes through videoconferencing (Pitman)                    university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
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The following is a small sampling of Rutgers activities in           development in Camden by providing entrepreneurs with
District 5, which is home to Rutgers’ Camden Campus.                 low-cost services, high-tech support, and in-depth strategic
• The Rutgers–Camden Campus continues to grow as Rutgers             counseling to launch and grow their businesses. The incu-
  renovates a three-block area of Victorian properties on Camden’s   bator recently moved into the newly constructed, state-of-
  Cooper Street and expands the law school. The university also      the-art Waterfront Technology Center and currently houses
  secured grant and external funding to restore historic Johnson     approximately 29 on-site and 10 virtual tenant busi-
  Park to its Victorian-era splendor, creating a public space for    nesses that generate more than 155 jobs and $6 million
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• The Fairview Neighborhood Partnership: Revitalizing historic       bator have graduated and are thriving independently, pay-
 Camden through collaboration of the Rutgers–Camden                  ing taxes, purchasing goods and services, and contributing
 law school, business school, and Walter Rand Institute for
                                                                     to the economy. Staff members expect at least three addi-
 Public Affairs
                                                                     tional businesses to grow out of the incubator by the end
• Camden Special Services District: A successful partnership with    of this year.
 corporate neighbors to maintain a friendly and clean urban
 downtown
• Children’s Justice Clinic: Legal representation by Rutgers–
 Camden law school students for Camden youth facing                  For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 delinquency charges                                                 programs, contact:

Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 5                              Friends of Rutgers
(In the Camden School District)                                      Department of University Relations
• LEAP Academy: Holistic approach to student achievement,            Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  including K–12 charter schools and family services. This           101 Somerset Street
  year, LEAP breaks ground on an early childhood facility on         New Brunswick, NJ 08901
  Cooper Street with classrooms for infants, toddlers, and           Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
  preschoolers as well as a research center and space for            Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
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• BizEd: Introduction to college-level business education for
                                                                     Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 outstanding high school students
                                                                     university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
• Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts: Arts After School places       the state.
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• MPA Aspiring Principals Program: Preparing Camden teachers
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 6          for all residents. The Camden County Board of Chosen
• NJ Small Business Development Centers: Low-cost and no-cost        Freeholders requested that the Walter Rand Institute at
  consulting, training, and networking services for small            Rutgers–Camden study the need for a working collabora-
  business (Cherry Hill, Voorhees)                                   tion among the city of Camden and its first-generation,
• MBA Team Consulting Program: MBA students develop afford-          inner-ring suburbs to address regional revitalization issues.
 able business, marketing, and benchmarking plans to                 That five-year study, Toward a Metropolitan Complex:
 overcome challenges and problems identified by client               The Camden Hub Smart Growth Report, is the basis for
 companies (Cherry Hill)                                             the recently issued Camden Hub Plan. This regional plan
• Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program: Helping             is designed to be used by municipal, county, regional, and
 limited-resource families make healthy nutrition choices            state government agencies, as well as the private and
 when buying, cooking, and storing food (Cherry Hill,                nonprofit sectors, as a multidimensional revitalization
 Collingswood)                                                       strategy to guide future resource investments throughout
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the         the Hub. District 6 communities in the Hub area include
 state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity for     Audubon Park, Cherry Hill, Collingswood, Haddon, Haddon-
 professional advancement (Camden, Cherry Hill, Voorhees)            field, and Oaklyn.
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 6
• BizEd: Introduction to college-level business education
                                                                     For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
  for outstanding high school students (Cherry Hill,
                                                                     programs, contact:
  Collingswood, Haddon, Haddonfield, Winslow)
• Rohrer Center for Management and Entrepreneurship: Helps busi-     Friends of Rutgers
 ness start-ups, family-owned concerns, large corporations,          Department of University Relations
 public agencies, and nonprofits train better managers and           Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 supervisors (Winslow)                                               101 Somerset Street
• High School Financial Planning Program: Free or low-cost work-     New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 shops from Rutgers Cooperative Extension to help teachers           Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 implement a curriculum focusing on personal financial               Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
 management (Collingswood, Oaklyn)                                   Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
• Videoconferencing in Education: Enables students to go             Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 beyond the walls of their classrooms to explore the wealth          university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
 of information in our global community (Cherry Hill)                the state.
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in
 mathematics, science, and the integration of technology
 across the curriculum (Collingswood, Haddonfield,
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 7        landscape, the Burlington County Workforce Investment
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the       Board has contracted with the Rutgers–Camden Walter
  state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity      Rand Institute for Public Affairs to conduct a literacy
  for professional advancement (Beverly City, Cinnaminson,         needs assessment among workers in six targeted indus-
  Delran)                                                          tries: transportation; manufacturing; health science; educa-
• Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program: Behaviorally focused     tion and training; hospitality and tourism; and the service
 nutrition classes for food stamp-eligible residents (Mount        sector. The institute has developed and distributed a survey
 Holly, Westampton)                                                to human resource managers and is conducting interviews
• Rohrer Center for Management and Entrepreneurship: Helps busi-   with HR personnel working for the county’s largest busi-
 ness start-ups, family-owned concerns, large corporations,        nesses. And, finally, Rand staff will conduct interviews with
 public agencies, and nonprofits train better managers and         county adult literacy service providers. The goals of the
 supervisors (Delanco, Pennsauken)                                 assessment are to provide an indication of the prevalence
• NJ Small Business Development Centers Branch Office: Low-cost    of illiteracy in industry, identify gaps in programs avail-
 and no-cost services for small business (Mount Holly,             able to businesses, provide strategies to overcome
 Westampton)                                                       those obstacles, and determine how best to meet the
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Science-based information and     literacy expectations of Burlington County businesses.
 outreach in such areas as food and nutrition, family and
 community health sciences, and 4-H youth development              For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 (Mount Holly)                                                     programs, contact:

Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 7                            Friends of Rutgers
• BizEd: Introduction to college-level business education for      Department of University Relations
  outstanding high school students (Cinnaminson, Delran)           Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
• D’Arts Distance Learning in the Arts: Live interactive art and   101 Somerset Street
 theater classes through videoconferencing (Riverside,             New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 Riverton)                                                         Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
                                                                   Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
• Douglass Autism Outreach: Training in applied behavior
                                                                   Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
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 disorders (Burlington)                                            Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
• NJ Civic Education Consortium: Rutgers’ Eagleton Institute of    university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
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    212 Faculty/Staff                                                  ally in blueberry production and
 9,696 Total                                                           third in cranberry production. And virtually all of it is
                                                                       centered in the Pinelands region. The Philip E. Marucci
Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 8            Blueberry and Cranberry Research and Extension Center of
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the           Rutgers in Chatsworth is at the forefront of research directly
  state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity          applicable to the production of high-quality blueberries
  for professional advancement (Evesham, Medford,                      and cranberries. The center has recently received a two-
  Moorestown, Mount Laurel, Pemberton)                                 year, $96,200 EPA grant to develop the pest management
• NJ Small Business Development Centers Branch Office: Low-cost        technology necessary to reduce pesticide use in the cultiva-
 and no-cost consulting, training, and networking services             tion of these two wetland crops. The center has also taken
 for small business (Evesham)                                          the lead in research related to growing consumer and
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Youth development programs            industrial interest in both berries’ potentially enormous
 including 4-H Explorers Club (Medford) and horse clubs                health benefits. Using a $650,000 USDA award, the center
 (Eastampton, Lumberton, Mount Laurel, Shamong,                        will investigate the possibility that these two superfoods
 Southampton, Woodland)                                                may prevent diabetes, tooth decay, and keep harmful
• Rohrer Center for Management and Entrepreneurship: Helps busi-       bacteria away from the urinary tract and stomach.
 ness start-ups, family-owned concerns, large corporations,
 public agencies, and nonprofits train better managers and
 supervisors (Mount Laurel)
• Keys to Achieving Resilient Transitions (KART): Provides training,
 funding, and support to group homes, residential treat-               For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 ment facilities, and community-based service providers                programs, contact:
 for children on the brink of aging out of foster care
 (Lumberton)                                                           Friends of Rutgers
                                                                       Department of University Relations
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 8                                Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
• BizEd: Introduction to college-level business education for          101 Somerset Street
  outstanding high school students (Moorestown)                        New Brunswick, NJ 08901
• Center for Effective School Practices: Research-based pre-K          Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 through grade 12 classroom innovations (Pemberton)                    Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                       Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
• NJ Civic Education Consortium: Sponsored by Rutgers’ Eagleton
 Institute of Politics, the program aims to increase voter             Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 turnout and engagement in civic life (Moorestown)                     university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
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 2,705 Alumni                                                        The Barnegat Bay Shell-
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    117 Faculty/Staff                                                NJ Department of Environmental
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                                                                     natural cycle and ecology of the Barnegat Bay, promotes
Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 9          environmental stewardship of this vital resource, and
• Rutgers Marine Field Station: Field laboratory for the Institute   uses clams and oysters as teaching tools to achieve these
  of Marine and Coastal Sciences conducting graduate-                goals. For the past two years, scientists from the Rutgers
  and postdoctoral-level research with recent work on the            Haskin Shellfish Research Lab, RCE, and the NJDEP have
  ecology of fishes and the habitation effects of dominant           trained more than 35 volunteers from the community.
  species in the environment (Tuckerton)                             RCE also conducted a six-week training program for youth,
• Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve: Assorted     ages 5 to 14, called “Clam Camp,” which included class-
 habitat regions used for physical, chemical, and biological         room and hands-on activities on shellfish, water quality,
 research for long-term data on environmental conditions,            and aquaculture. Together, the program’s many partners
 ecological progression, and coastal resource management             and volunteers have raised and planted over 1.2 million
 (Tuckerton)                                                         hard clam seed. This process not only repopulates the
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the         bay with the pollution-filtering shellfish but also improves
 state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity         understanding of how human activities can degrade our
 for professional advancement (Lakehurst, Manchester)                waters and our shellfish populations. Ultimately, the
• Rutgers NJ Weather and Climate Network Stations: Four of           program’s goal is to strengthen the bay’s ecology and
 40 stations operated by the state climatologist at Rutgers,         economy.
 supplying real-time weather information (Bass River,
 Berkeley, Eagleswood, Harvey Cedars)                                For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
• Rohrer Center for Management and Entrepreneurship: Helps busi-     programs, contact:
 ness start-ups, family-owned concerns, large corporations,
 public agencies, and nonprofits train better managers and           Friends of Rutgers
 supervisors (New Gretna)                                            Department of University Relations
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Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 9                              101 Somerset Street
• Jacques Cousteau Coastal Education Center: Education and out-      New Brunswick, NJ 08901
  reach hub for programs of the Jacques Cousteau National            Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
  Estuarine Research Reserve (Based in Tuckerton, serving            Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
  schools throughout New Jersey)                                     Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
• NJ Civic Education Consortium: Sponsored by Rutgers’ Eagleton      Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 Institute of Politics, the program aims to increase voter           university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
 turnout and engagement in civic life (Lacey Township)               the state.
• Douglass Autism Outreach: Training in applied behavior
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                                                                       mission is to facilitate collaboration and networking among
Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 10           its stakeholder network, which is made up of businesses,
• Seaside Heights Revitalization Plan: Analysis and implementa-        nonprofit organizations, and academic institutions across
  tion strategies for improving quality of life in the borough,        New Jersey already involved in the burgeoning hydrogen
  developed by Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and              economy. Center partners include Ocean County College,
  Public Policy graduate students (Seaside Heights)                    which installed a 250-kilowatt direct fuel cell power
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the           plant on its Toms River campus; the power plant supplies
 state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity           approximately 80 percent of the electricity needed in a
 for professional advancement (Seaside Park, South                     54,000-square-foot instructional building and preheated
 Toms River)                                                           water to boilers that feed an additional five buildings. The
• NJ Small Business Development Centers: Low-cost and no-cost          center has also developed hydrogen curriculum modules
 consulting, training, and networking services for small               to train students in the fields of engineering, science,
 business (Toms River)                                                 and environmental protection at five state institutions:
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: A “classroom without walls”           The College of New Jersey, Ocean County College, Ramapo
 bringing university research to local communities, from               College, Richard Stockton College, and Rutgers University.
 4-H to good nutrition (Toms River)
• Keys to Achieving Resilient Transitions (KART): Provides training,
 funding, and support to group homes, residential treat-
 ment facilities, and community-based service providers                For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 for children on the brink of aging out of foster care                 programs, contact:
 (Toms River)
                                                                       Friends of Rutgers
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 10                               Department of University Relations
• Douglass Autism Outreach: Training in applied behavior               Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  analysis for educators of children with autism spectrum              101 Somerset Street
  disorders (Brick)                                                    New Brunswick, NJ 08901
• NJ Math Science Partnership: Improving student achievement           Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 in mathematics and sciences (Toms River)                              Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                       Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
• NJ Statewide Systemic Initiative: Broad community partnership
 to strengthen mathematics, science, and technology                    Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 education (Manasquan)                                                 university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-     the state.
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in
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    177 Faculty/Staff                                                 effluent, nutrients, and contami-
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                                                                      Rutgers’ Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences have
Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 11          continued to expand their knowledge of the Hudson River
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the          plume that travels through New York Harbor to the New
  state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity         Jersey shore. In May 2006, researchers released a nontoxic
  for professional advancement (West Long Branch)                     red dye near Sea Bright and tracked it as it traveled along
• Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program: Behaviorally focused        the coastlines of such District 11 towns as Asbury Park,
 nutrition classes for food stamp-eligible residents (Asbury          Belmar, Bradley Beach, Deal, Long Branch, Ocean Grove,
 Park, Neptune)                                                       and Spring Lake. Using radar, satellite tracking, and
• NJ Coastal Communiversity: Union among eight colleges and           remotely controlled underwater gliders, scientists gathered
 universities offering selected higher education degrees and          data along the plume’s path. The information researchers
 graduate certificates in Monmouth County (Wall)                      collect will inform New York’s future sewage disposal plans
• Center for Exercise and Aging: Fitness testing, senior walking      and New Jersey’s chances for a cleaner coastline. The
 programs, and fitness-oriented social events (Eatontown)             project, which will enter its final year in March 2007, has
• Rutgers NJ Weather and Climate Network Station: One of 40 net-      an extensive website (marine.rutgers.edu/cool/latte/
 worked weather stations operated by the Office of the NJ             latte2006.htm) with information for the scientific commu-
 State Climatologist at Rutgers, supplying real-time weather          nity and the general public.
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Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 11                              For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
• Douglass Autism Outreach: Training in applied behavior              programs, contact:
  analysis for educators of children with autism spectrum
  disorders (Brielle)                                                 Friends of Rutgers
• High School Financial Planning Program: Workshops from Rut-         Department of University Relations
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 curriculum on personal finances (Avon, Oakhurst)                     101 Somerset Street
                                                                      New Brunswick, NJ 08901
• ESTEEMS (Establishing Excellence in Education for Mathematics and
                                                                      Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 Science): Professional development, content knowledge
                                                                      Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
 assessment, on-site classroom visitations, and coaching
                                                                      Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
 to teachers in algebra and earth science (Asbury Park,
 Long Branch)                                                         Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
• D’Arts (Distance Learning in the Arts): Live, interactive art and   university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
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11,656 Total                                                        about 650 Rutgers students have enrolled in Rutgers
                                                                    courses held at the Western Monmouth Campus of
Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 12        Brookdale Community College located in Freehold. As
• Monmouth Park: A new, seven-furlong, oval turf course, engi-      part of the Rutgers-Brookdale Partnership in Higher Edu-
  neered by Rutgers turf experts to promote drainage, plant         cation, Rutgers offers baccalaureate programs in criminal
  growth, and racing safety (Oceanport)                             justice, labor studies and employment relations, liberal
• MBA Team Consulting Program: Affordable business, market-         studies, and nursing as well as a range of graduate and
 ing, and benchmarking plans developed by MBA students              continuing professional education courses in education,
 (Little Silver, Morganville, Tinton Falls)                         nursing, social work, and more. Typically, students complete
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Science-based information          an associate’s degree at Brookdale or another New Jersey
 and outreach in such areas as food and nutrition, and              community college and then continue at Rutgers for the
 4-H (Freehold)                                                     bachelor’s degree.
• Adelphia Plant Science Research and Extension Center: Solves
 problems relating to the production of food, feed, or fiber
 and to environmental or aesthetic quality (Freehold)
• Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program: Behaviorally focused
 nutrition classes for food stamp-eligible residents (Free-
 hold, Red Bank, Tinton Falls)
• Osher Lifelong Learning Institute: Classes for citizens over 50
                                                                    For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 years old who want to continue learning in a stimulating,
                                                                    programs, contact:
 friendly environment (Freehold)

Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 12                            Friends of Rutgers
• Douglass Autism Outreach: Training in applied behavior            Department of University Relations
  analysis for educators of children with autism spectrum           Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  disorders (Colts Neck, Freehold)                                  101 Somerset Street
                                                                    New Brunswick, NJ 08901
• NJ Civic Education Consortium: Aims to increase voter turnout
                                                                    Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 and engagement in civic life (Tinton Falls)
                                                                    Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
• Waksman Student Scholars Program: Yearlong program in             Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
 molecular biology, genetics, and bioinformatics
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    120 Continuing Ed Students Enrolled Locally
                                                                      Transit Villages are communities
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                                                                      economic revitalization, a commitment to compact,
Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 13          mixed-use development, a strong residential component,
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• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the          including affordable housing, jobs, restaurants, arts and
  state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity         entertainment, and preservation of a rich architectural
  for professional advancement (Holmdel, Middletown)                  character, all within walking distance of a passenger
• Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences Satellite Office: Center   transportation facility. Rutgers’ Alan M. Voorhees Trans-
 for regional information, research, and educational                  portation Center (VTC), a national leader in transportation
 resources in marine and coastal ecosystems (Sandy Hook)              policy, is evaluating the progress of the Transit Villages in
                                                                      partnership with the NJ Department of Transportation
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 13
                                                                      (NJDOT), other state agencies, and the communities where
• K–12 Fellows: Learning community of the university and
  K–12 schools in science and mathematics (Old Bridge)                the villages are located. VTC services to Transit Villages
                                                                      include fiscal impact studies that have consistently
• Douglass Autism Outreach: Training in applied behavior
                                                                      demonstrated that Transit Villages are beneficial to
 analysis for educators of children with autism spectrum
 disorders (Holmdel, Keyport)                                         the communities in which they are located. In 2006, as
                                                                      part of the NJDOT contract, VTC launched Transit-Friendly
• Waksman Student Scholars Program: Yearlong program in
                                                                      Development, a newsletter designed to keep municipal
 molecular biology, genetics, and bioinformatics (Holmdel)
                                                                      officials, planners, and advocates up-to-date.
• Rutgers Science Explorer Bus: Interactive science lessons and
 demonstrations for middle school and junior high students            For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 in a 40-foot, state-of-the-art, custom-designed mobile               programs, contact:
 laboratory staffed by Rutgers scientists (Holmdel)
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-    Friends of Rutgers
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in             Department of University Relations
 mathematics, science, and the integration of technology              Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 across the curriculum (Aberdeen, Holmdel, Keansburg,                 101 Somerset Street
 Keyport, Matawan-Aberdeen, Middletown, Old Bridge,                   New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 Union Beach)                                                         Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
                                                                      Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                      Website: http://for.rutgers.edu

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    714 Faculty/Staff                                              conflicting goals of smart develop-
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                                                                   space, and protection of natural resources. Sustainability
Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 14       is a particular concern, as it is for communities throughout
• Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program: Helping           the Northeast. The NJ Sustainable State Institute, working
  limited-resource families make healthy nutrition                 with graduate planning students as part of a hands-on
  choices (Hamilton)                                               studio class given at the Edward J. Bloustein School of
• Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program: Behaviorally focused     Planning and Public Policy, and using the sustainability
 nutrition classes for food stamp-eligible residents               planning framework developed by West Windsor’s Environ-
 (West Windsor)                                                    mental Commission as a starting point, expanded on that
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the       framework’s breadth and detail in the specific areas of
 New Jersey workforce current and offering citizens                land use, circulation, society, and natural resources. They
 opportunity for professional advancement (Cranbury,               developed objectives and proposed indicators for tracking
 Hamilton, Monroe)                                                 progress as well as offering recommendations, including
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Youth development through         mixed-use zones, transit-oriented development, and a
 local 4-H clubs and school outreach, ranging from Explor-         community shuttle program, for possible action. Commu-
 ing Marine Science workshops to the Mercer County 4-H             nity leaders will draw on the proposals in their efforts to
 Fair (Hamilton, West Windsor)                                     guide smart development.
• Center for Exercise and Aging: Fitness testing, senior walking
 programs, and fitness-oriented social events (Monroe)
                                                                   For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 14                           programs, contact:
• K–12 Fellows: Learning community of the university and
  K–12 schools in science and mathematics                          Friends of Rutgers
  (South Brunswick)                                                Department of University Relations
• School Psychology Practicum: Supervised training experiences     Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 for doctoral-level school psychology students                     101 Somerset Street
 (South Brunswick)                                                 New Brunswick, NJ 08901
                                                                   Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
• Rutgers Science Explorer Bus: Interactive science lessons and
                                                                   Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
 demonstrations for middle school and junior high students
                                                                   Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
 in a 40-foot, state-of-the-art, custom-designed mobile
 laboratory staffed by Rutgers scientists (Plainsboro)             Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
• Waksman Student Scholars Program: Yearlong program in            university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
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                                                                    4-H Youth Farmstand                                1          9
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   562 Faculty/Staff                                                force preparation skills and are
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 15        Youth Development, Rutgers’ School of Environmental
• Trenton Academic Center: Connecting state legislators and         and Biological Sciences, and the Mercer County One-
  officials with Rutgers, from student internships to a gradu-      Stop Career Center. The program stresses job attainment
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• Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program: Helping            development, and personal skills. In 2006, teams of youths
 limited-resource families make healthy nutrition choices           operated two “Jersey Fresh” farm stands in Trenton every
 (Ewing, Lawrence Township, Trenton)                                Tuesday through Thursday, with each team responsible for
• NJ Hospital Quality Initiative: Helps hospitals improve quality   inventory, ordering, delivery, marketing, customer relations,
 of care for patients with congestive heart failure in New          and cash transactions. Positive impact on the community
 Jersey (Trenton)                                                   extended even past the program’s participants: 16 percent
• NJ Small Business Development Centers: Low-cost and no-cost       of farm stand sales were to senior citizens and young
 services for small business (Ewing, Trenton)                       families via the Farm Market Nutrition Program produce
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Science-based information and      voucher program, and local farmers provided 93 percent
 outreach in such areas as gardening and composting, 4-H            of the produce sold at the farm stands. The program
 youth development, food and nutrition, family and commu-           ended with a closing ceremony in which the youths
 nity health sciences (Pennington, Trenton)                         received recognition and profit sharing checks.
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the
                                                                    For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 state’s workforce current (Ewing, Lawrence Township,
                                                                    programs, contact:
 Pennington, Princeton, Trenton)

Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 15                            Friends of Rutgers
• Teens Teaching Middle School Youth Workforce Preparation:         Department of University Relations
  Teambuilding, goal-setting, job exploration, and character        Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  education activities for more than 700 middle school youth        101 Somerset Street
  (Trenton)                                                         New Brunswick, NJ 08901
                                                                    Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
• Center for Effective School Practices: Research-based classroom
                                                                    Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
 innovations to improve pre-K through 12th grade learning
                                                                    Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
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• NJ Civic Education Consortium: Rutgers’ Eagleton Institute of     Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 Politics program to increase voter turnout and engagement          university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
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14,330 Total                                                          ing pharmaceutical corporations. The 1   program—the largest
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 16          the market share for industry-based postgraduate training
• NJ Small Business Development Centers Regional Office: Low-cost     for pharmacists—gives New Jersey companies a distinct
  and no-cost consulting services for small business (North           competitive recruiting advantage. Fifty fellows complete
  Branch)                                                             the program each year, with about half accepting positions
• Keys to Achieving Resilient Transitions KART : Provides training,   with their host companies. District 16 host companies
 funding, and support to group homes, residential treat-              include Raritan-based Ortho-McNeil and Bridgewater-
 ment facilities, and community based service providers               based Ortho Biotech, Sanofi-Aventis, and Tibotec. The
 for children on the brink of aging out of foster care                program is based at Rutgers’ Ernest Mario School of Phar-
 (Bridgewater, Hillsborough)                                          macy, New Jersey’s only pharmacy school.
• Center for Exercise and Aging: Fitness testing, senior walking
 programs, and fitness-oriented social events (Bridgewater)
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: A “classroom without walls”
 bringing university research to people in their communities,
 from 4-H youth programs to teaching good nutrition
 (Bridgewater)
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the
 state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity
 for professional advancement (Bernards, Branchburg,                  For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 Hillsborough, Somerville)                                            programs, contact:

Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 16                              Friends of Rutgers
• School Nurse Fellowship Program: Weeklong alcohol and drug          Department of University Relations
  studies intensives designed to increase school nurses’ and          Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  administrators’ knowledge and awareness of adolescent               101 Somerset Street
  health issues (Bernards, Bridgewater, Bound Brook,                  New Brunswick, NJ 08901
  Manville, Montgomery, Somerville)                                   Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
• Rutgers Science Explorer Bus: Interactive science lessons and       Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
 demonstrations for middle school and junior high students            Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
 in a 40-foot, state-of-the-art, custom-designed mobile               Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 laboratory staffed by Rutgers scientists (Manville)                  university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
• Waksman Student Scholars Program: Yearlong program in               the state.
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The following is a small sampling of Rutgers activities in          are working with the town’s mayor and borough council,
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District 17, which is home to Rutgers’ New Brunswick                municipal employees, volunteers, and other stakeholders to
Campus.                                                             create a comprehensive green plan for sustainable develop-
• Rutgers continues to contribute to a growing New                  ment that uses indicators and targets to track progress.
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  Brunswick. A winning team was named in a competition to           They conducted environmental design studios for the com-
  redesign the College Avenue Campus. Rockoff Hall opened on        munity and collaborated to identify ways in which sustain-
  George Street. Heldrich Plaza is set to open soon, with a         able features could be incorporated into municipal facilities
  hotel, conference center, condominiums, academic facili-
                                                                    and practices. Some of the center’s recommendations
  ties, and retail space. And ground will soon be broken for
                                                                    included the use of hybrid cars, environmentally prefer-
  an 18-story tower that will house the Stem Cell Institute of
                                                                    able purchasing, geothermal heating and cooling, solar
  New Jersey.
                                                                    panels, and rain gardens to clean water runoff. Borough
• Osher Lifelong Learning Institute: Classes for citizens over 50
                                                                    taxpayers now save $14,000 per year in reduced energy
  years old who want to continue learning in a stimulating,
                                                                    costs. Other initiatives include sustainable streetscape
  friendly environment (Highland Park)
                                                                    design, pesticide-free native planting and grounds mainte-
• Center for Exercise and Aging: Fitness testing, senior walking
                                                                    nance, urban gardening and walking programs.
  programs, and fitness-oriented social events (Highland
  Park, New Brunswick)                                              For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 17                            programs, contact:
• GEAR UP Partnership: Counseling, mentoring, and tutoring
                                                                    Friends of Rutgers
  coordinated by the Graduate School of Education to pre-
                                                                    Department of University Relations
  pare students for college (New Brunswick)
                                                                    Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
• Rutgers Science Explorer Bus: Interactive science lessons for     101 Somerset Street
 middle school and junior high students in a 40-foot mobile         New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 laboratory staffed by Rutgers scientists (Highland Park,           Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 New Brunswick)                                                     Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
• School Psychology Practicum: Student counseling, testing, and     Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
 teacher consultation from the Graduate School of Applied
                                                                    Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 and Professional Psychology (New Brunswick, Piscataway)
                                                                    university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
• School Nurse Fellowship Program: Weeklong training for school     the state.
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 drug-related problems (Milltown, New Brunswick, North
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 9,571 Alumni                                                         Metuchen is home to
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 18          mixed-use development, a strong residential compo-
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• Rutgers’ Livingston Campus: The “College Town” vision will          nent, including affordable housing, jobs, restaurants,
  create a lively commercial and residential district on the          arts and entertainment, and preservation of a rich
  Livingston Campus (Edison)                                          architectural character, all within walking distance of a
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• Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program: Helping              passenger transportation facility. Rutgers’ Alan M. Voohees
 limited-resource families make healthy nutrition choices             Transportation Center, a national leader in transportation
 (East Brunswick, Edison, Metuchen)                                   policy, is evaluating the progress of the Transit Villages in
• Cook College Student Organic Farm: Local residents invest in        partnership with the NJ Department of Transportation
 a student-run farm in exchange for weekly shares of                  (NJDOT), other state agencies, and the communities
 organically grown food (East Brunswick)                              where the villages are located. In 2006, as part of its NJDOT
                                                                      contract, the Voorhees center launched Transit-Friendly
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 18
                                                                      Development, a newsletter designed to keep municipal
• K–12 Fellows: Learning community of the university and
  K–12 schools in science and mathematics (Edison,                    officials, planners, and advocates up-to-date on the
  Metuchen)                                                           potential for development and redevelopment around
                                                                      transit stations.
• Waksman Student Scholars Program: Yearlong program
 in molecular biology, genetics, and bioinformatics
 (East Brunswick, Edison)
                                                                      For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
• ESTEEMS (Establishing Excellence in Education for Mathematics and   programs, contact:
 Science): Professional development, content knowledge
 assessment, on-site classroom visitations, and coaching for          Friends of Rutgers
 teachers in algebra and earth science (Edison, Metuchen)             Department of University Relations
• Rutgers Science Explorer Bus: Interactive science lessons and       Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 demonstrations for middle school and junior high school              101 Somerset Street
 students in a 40-foot, state-of-the-art, custom-designed             New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 mobile laboratory staffed by Rutgers scientists (East                Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 Brunswick, Edison, Metuchen)                                         Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                      Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
• Videoconferencing in Education: Enables students to go
 beyond the walls of their classrooms to explore the wealth           Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 of information in our global community (Edison)                      university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-    the state.
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in
 mathematics, science, and the integration of technology
 across the curriculum (East Brunswick, Edison, Metuchen,
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Rutgers People in District 19
                                                                     Did You Know?
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 4,365 Alumni                                                        As part of a 7-year grant
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 1,305 Undergraduate and Graduate Students                                               5
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   451 Continuing Ed Students Enrolled Locally                                                                          9
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 19         health and exposure to chemical and physical agents.
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• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the         The program’s curriculum includes units on health,
  state’s workforce current (Carteret, Sayreville)                   language arts, math, and science. The project, which is
• Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program: Helping             a collaboration between the University of Medicine and
 limited-resource families make healthy nutrition choices            Dentistry of New Jersey, the 1state Department of Education,
 (Perth Amboy, South Amboy, Woodbridge)                              Rutgers’ Robert B. Davis Institute for Learning, the Rutgers
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension 4-H: Youth development               Graduate School of Education, and the National Environ-
 programs including Explorations Week summer camp to                 mental Education and Training Foundation, is designed to
 build youth self-confidence and Teen Council Project GIFT           enhance students’ comprehension of and interest in envi-
 to provide free holiday shopping for families in need               ronmental health sciences. The program aims to improve
 (Medford, Perth Amboy, Sayreville)                                  student academic performance and life skills through the
                                                                     use of integrative curriculum units for children in grades 2,
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 19
• Waksman Student Scholars Program: Yearlong program in              5, and 7. The program’s goals are to develop a collaborative
  molecular biology, genetics, and bioinformatics (Colonia,          model using environmental health themes and to better
  Woodbridge)                                                        prepare students to become responsible and successful
• Teens Teaching Middle School Youth Workforce Preparation:          members of society.
 Team-building, communication, goal-setting, job explo-
                                                                     For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 ration, and character education activities for more than
                                                                     programs, contact:
 700 middle school youth (Sayreville)
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-   Friends of Rutgers
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in            Department of University Relations
 mathematics, science, and the integration of technology             Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 across the curriculum (Carteret, Perth Amboy, Sayreville,           101 Somerset Street
 South Amboy, Woodbridge)                                            New Brunswick, NJ 08901
                                                                     Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
                                                                     Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                     Website: http://for.rutgers.edu

                                                                     Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
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  3,123 Alumni                                                        The Elizabeth-Port
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                                                                      Authority and Port                                       1
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 20
• NJ Small Business Development Centers Regional Office: Low-cost     area districts. That’s why researchers from the Rutgers
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  and no-cost consulting, training, and networking services           School of Business–Camden, Rutgers’ School of Engi-
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• Latina Healthy Heart Program for Senior Citizens: “Healthy heart”   and Transportation will spend the next three years study-
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 classes for seniors at two sites, including recipes and food         ing ways to improve port productivity and competitiveness.
 demonstrations (Elizabeth)                                           The project, Partnership to Maximize Port Industry Per-
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the          formance, connects Rutgers researchers with representa-
 state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity          tives from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey,
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 for professional advancement (Elizabeth)                             the shipping industry, terminal operators, state and local
• Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program: Behaviorally focused        highway agencies, and freight and technology companies.
 nutrition classes for food stamp-eligible residents (Eliza-          Funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation,
 beth, Kenilworth, Roselle, Union)                                    the research team will work toward developing a collabora-
• Senior Nutrition Program: Serving nutritious meals to senior        tive forum that will allow for tracking and analyzing infor-
 clients at community sites (Elizabeth, Kenilworth, Roselle,          mation across complex systems with the goal of improving
 Union)                                                               cooperation between the various agencies.
• Rutgers Master Gardeners of Union County: Rutgers Cooperative
                                                                      For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 Extension supplies guidance on landscaping revitalization
                                                                      programs, contact:
 (Elizabeth)

Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 20                              Friends of Rutgers
• Union County 4-H Summer Science Program: For seven weeks            Department of University Relations
  each summer, 4-H enriches the summer vacations of                   Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  approximately 500 low-income children, ages 6 to 12,                101 Somerset Street
  by providing science teachers to summer day camps                   New Brunswick, NJ 08901
  (Elizabeth)                                                         Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
                                                                      Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
• Center for Effective School Practices: Research-based classroom
                                                                      Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
 innovations to improve pre-K through 12th grade learning
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• NJ Math Science Partnership: Improving student achievement          university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
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   344 Faculty/Staff                                              education courses taught by active
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 21      not required to enroll in any of the low-cost, noncredit
• Highlands Regional Information System (HiRIS): Comprehensive    courses and seminars. Topics range from history, sociology,
  website containing data on conservation, population             languages, and African-American studies to science, litera-
  growth, land-cover changes, buildout scenarios, and more        ture, opera, art, film studies, and jazz. In 2007, through a
  (Harding)                                                       grant from the Bernard Osher Foundation, Rutgers will
• Transit Village Initiative: Collaborative state, community,     expand this popular program, already available at two other
 and Rutgers effort to revitalize New Jersey’s downtowns          locations in the state, and begin offering classes in West-
 (Cranford)                                                       field. Rutgers’ Division of Continuous Education and Out-
• Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program: Behaviorally focused    reach supports the institute, which offers 63 courses at
 nutrition classes for food stamp-eligible residents              three locations to help state residents attain their lifelong
 (Cranford, Roselle Park, Springfield)                            education goals.
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: A “classroom without walls”
 bringing university research to people in their communities,
 from 4-H youth programs to teaching good nutrition
 (Westfield)

Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 21
• NJ Civic Education Consortium: Sponsored by Rutgers’ Eagleton
                                                                  For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
  Institute of Politics, the program aims to increase voter
                                                                  programs, contact:
  turnout and engagement in civic life (Cranford, Millburn,
  Springfield, Watchung, Westfield)                               Friends of Rutgers
• Rutgers Science Explorer Bus: Interactive science lessons and   Department of University Relations
 demonstrations for middle school and junior high students        Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 in a 40-foot, state-of-the-art, custom-designed mobile labo-     101 Somerset Street
 ratory staffed by Rutgers scientists (Cranford)                  New Brunswick, NJ 08901
• Waksman Student Scholars Program: Yearlong program in           Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 molecular biology, genetics, and bioinformatics (Watchung)       Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                  Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
• NJ Center for Character Education: Support for educators who
 teach core ethical values to develop children’s social, emo-     Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 tional, and moral functioning (Cranford)                         university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 22       organizations, and the city of Plainfield together to focus
• Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program: Helping           on the neighborhood revitalization needs of a 44-block
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  limited-resource families make healthy nutrition choices         area. The center organized and conducted community
  when buying, cooking, and storing food (Middlesex)               visioning sessions that defined and prioritized needs,
• Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program: Behaviorally focused     helped residents to combine data and vision priorities into
 nutrition classes for food stamp-eligible residents (Clark,       a written action plan, and sponsored meetings to educate
 Linden, Plainfield, Rahway, Scotch Plains)                        the community and its evolving leadership on organiza-
• Watershed Management: Rutgers Cooperative Extension              tional and funding issues associated with implementing
 assists with a wetlands park installation (Rahway)                those plans.

Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 22
• NJ Statewide Systemic Initiative Implementation Grant:
  Standards-based curriculum, instructional practice, and
  assessments, including team learning, hands-on explo-
  rations, discussions, scientific experiments, and problem
  solving (Dunellen)
• Douglass Autism Outreach: Training in applied behavior
 analysis for educators of children with autism spectrum
                                                                   For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 disorders (Green Brook, Linden)
                                                                   programs, contact:
• Rutgers Science Explorer Bus: Interactive science lessons and
 demonstrations for middle school and junior high students         Friends of Rutgers
 in a 40-foot, state-of-the-art, custom-designed mobile            Department of University Relations
 laboratory staffed by Rutgers scientists (Plainfield)             Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
• ESTEEMS – Establishing Excellence in Education for Mathematics   101 Somerset Street
 and Science: Professional development for teachers, content       New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 knowledge assessment, on-site classroom visitations, and          Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 coaching in algebra and earth science (Plainfield)                Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                   Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
• Videoconferencing in Education: Enables students to go
 beyond the walls of their classrooms to explore the wealth        Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 of information in our global community (Linden, Plainfield)       university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
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 7,484 Alumni                                                       The MBA Team Consult-
                                                                    ing Program at Rutgers                                1
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   973 Undergraduate and Graduate Students
                                                                    Business School–Newark
   605 Continuing Ed Students Enrolled Locally
                                                                    and New Brunswick brings the
   368 Faculty/Staff                                                knowledge and experience of
 9,430 Total                                                        MBA students to bear on challenges identified by clients.
                                                                    The win-win program enables students to integrate and
Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 23        apply their classroom learning while clients receive
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the        insightful analysis and valuable recommendations. The
  state’s workforce current (Hackettstown, Oxford, Reading-         rural Warren County community of Belvidere was in need
  ton, Washington Township)                                         of just that kind of service when the town’s economic
• NJ Small Business Development Centers Regional Office: Low-       development committee began seeking ways to attract
 cost and no-cost services for small business (Washington           new businesses to the downtown. The MBA team helped
 Township)                                                          Belvidere to identify what kinds of businesses would
• Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program: Behaviorally focused      prosper and made recommendations on incentives for
 nutrition classes for food stamp-eligible residents (Annan-        prospective businesses.
 dale, Belvidere, Blairstown, Flemington, Glen Gardner,
 Hackettstown, Phillipsburg, Port Murray, Washington Town-
 ship, Whitehouse Station)
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Science-based information and
 outreach in such areas as 4-H youth development, food
 and nutrition, and more (Belvidere)
• Rutgers NJ Weather and Climate Network Stations: Office of
 the NJ State Climatologist at Rutgers supplies real-time
 weather information (Franklin Township, Greenwich Town-            For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 ship, Hackettstown, Hope, Kingwood, Oxford)                        programs, contact:
• Snyder Research and Extension Farm Great Tomato Tasting: Public   Friends of Rutgers
 samples nearly 85 varieties of New Jersey’s best plum,
                                                                    Department of University Relations
 paste, cherry, and large slicing tomatoes (Pittstown)
                                                                    Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 23                            101 Somerset Street
• Douglass Autism Outreach: Training in applied behavior            New Brunswick, NJ 08901
  analysis for educators of children with autism spectrum           Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
  disorders (Greenwich)                                             Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                    Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
• Center for Effective School Practices: Research-based classroom
 innovations to improve pre-K through 12th grade learning           Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 (Phillipsburg)                                                     university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
• NJ Math Science Partnership: Helps districts plan strategically   the state.
 for improving their mathematics and science education
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Senator Robert E. Littell (R)                                                                                                                                         30
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Assemblyman Guy R. Gregg (R)
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Assemblywoman Alison Littell McHose (R)                                                                         5
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 4,195 Alumni                                                        For more than 55 years,                                      1


                                                                     Rutgers Cooperative                                                  1
   576 Undergraduate and Graduate Students
                                                                     Extension has run the Lindley
    311 Continuing Ed Students Enrolled Locally
                                                                     G. Cook 4-H Youth Center in
   159 Faculty/Staff                                                 Branchville. The center offers
 5,241 Total                                                         year-round programming to NJ youngsters and adults,
                                                                     including a summer residential camp, team building train-
Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 24         ing, and more. Each summer, the camp enrolls more than
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the         600 NJ children, many of whom are also 4-H club mem-
  state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity        bers. Its facilities are available for use by external groups
  for professional advancement (Andover, Branchville,                ranging from 4-H teen councils and clubs to scouting
  Newton, Vernon)                                                    troops, environmental education groups, and even family
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Science-based information and       reunions. Situated on 108 acres in the heart of Stokes
 outreach in such areas as food and nutrition, family and            State Forest, the center has a lake, trails, fully equipped
 consumer finances and sciences, gardening, and 4-H youth            summer camp facilities, and a winter headquarters. The
 development (Newton)                                                facility is fully winterized and heated for winter use.
• Rutgers NJ Weather and Climate Network Stations: Networked
 weather stations operated by the Office of the NJ State
 Climatologist at Rutgers, supplying real-time weather infor-
 mation to residents and officials to enhance safety and
 security (Montague, Netcong, Walpack, Wantage)

Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 24
• Douglass Autism Outreach: Training in applied behavior
  analysis for educators of children with autism spectrum
  disorders (Byram, Hopatcong)                                       For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
                                                                     programs, contact:
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in            Friends of Rutgers
 mathematics, science, and the integration of technology             Department of University Relations
 across the curriculum (Califon, Chester, Hamburg,                   Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 Hopatcong, Lafayette, Mount Olive, Newton, Sparta,                  101 Somerset Street
 Stanhope, Sussex, Tewksbury, Wantage)                               New Brunswick, NJ 08901
                                                                     Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
                                                                     Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                     Website: http://for.rutgers.edu

                                                                     Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
                                                                     university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
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  7,165 Total                                                        (HiRIS), an interactive website of geographic information
                                                                     to help citizens and governments make the best land-use
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 25         decisions for their communities in the Highlands region.
• NJ Small Business Development Center: Low-cost and no-cost         The system features such information as conservation
  consulting, training, and networking services for small            values, population growth, 1972–2000 land-cover changes,
  business (Randolph)                                                and buildout scenarios from the USDA Forest Service. No
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the         specialized geographic information system software or
 state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity         training is required to access the data. District 25 communi-
 for professional advancement (Morristown, Roxbury)                  ties in the database include Boonton, Denville, Dover,
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: A “classroom without walls”         Jefferson, Mendham, Mine Hill, Morris, Morristown, Mount
 bringing university research to people in their communities,        Arlington, Mountain Lakes, Randolph, Rockaway Borough,
 from 4-H youth programs to teaching good nutrition                  Rockaway Township, Roxbury, Victory Gardens, and Whar-
 (Morristown)                                                        ton. Morris County has the largest Highlands land area
                                                                     of the 12 counties identified in the New York–New Jersey
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 25
• NJCivic Education Consortium: Sponsored by Rutgers’ Eagleton       Highlands Regional Assessment Update, with 32 of the
  Institute of Politics, the program aims to increase voter          county’s 39 municipalities falling within the study bound-
  turnout and engagement in civic life (Dover, Rockaway)             ary, comprising 20 percent of its 1.4 million acres.
• Teens Teaching Middle School Youth Workforce Preparation:
 Teambuilding, communication, goal-setting, job exploration,
                                                                     For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 and character education activities for more than 700 mid-
                                                                     programs, contact:
 dle school youth (Rockaway)
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-   Friends of Rutgers
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in            Department of University Relations
 mathematics, science, and the integration of technology             Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 across the curriculum (Boonton, Denville, Dover, Morris-            101 Somerset Street
 town, Mount Arlington, Mountain Lakes, Randolph,                    New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 Rockaway, Roxbury)                                                  Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
                                                                     Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                     Website: http://for.rutgers.edu

                                                                     Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
                                                                     university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
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 5,833 Alumni                                                        The Pequannock water-
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    914 Undergraduate and Graduate Students                                                                                                     2

                                                                     supplies to more than 500,000
  1,724 Continuing Ed Students Enrolled Locally
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    119 Faculty/Staff                                                refuge for sensitive wildlife, including otters, eagles,
 8,590 Total                                                         bears, and bobcats. But it is also at the forefront of
                                                                     suburban sprawl. The Pequannock River Coalition works to
Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 26         preserve the river as a natural, recreational, aesthetic, and
• Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowship Program: Attracts top post-     water supply resource. The Rutgers Environmental Law
  doctoral talent from around the nation to New Jersey’s             Clinic, which has been the sole public interest law firm
  leading pharmaceutical corporations (East Hanover,                 for New Jersey’s environmental community since 1985,
  Montville, Morris Plains)                                          provides the coalition with ongoing advice and counsel,
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the         through trial and appellate litigation, administrative
 state’s workforce current (Chatham, East Hanover)                   advocacy, and policy development. Recently, for example,
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Youth development through           on behalf of the coalition, the clinic appealed a stream
 such clubs as the 4-H Nature Lover’s Club, focusing on ani-         encroachment permit issued by the NJ Department of
 mals and photography (West Milford)                                 Environmental Protection to the NJ Department of Trans-
• Rutgers NJ Weather and Climate Network Stations: Weather           portation (NJDOT) for a parking lot attached to a proposed
 station network operated by the Office of the NJ State              park and ride facility that would have discharged hot,
 Climatologist at Rutgers, supplying real-time weather               polluted stormwater into the river. In a negotiated settle-
 information (Chatham, Parsippany, West Milford)                     ment, NJDOT agreed to redesign the stormwater
                                                                     drainage basin and plant trees to reduce pollution and
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 26
• Douglass Autism Outreach: Training in applied behavioral           the temperature of the discharge.
  analysis for educators of children with autism spectrum
                                                                     For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
  disorders (Butler)
                                                                     programs, contact:
• D’Arts Distance Learning in the Arts: Live, interactive art and
 theater classes through videoconferencing (Pompton                  Friends of Rutgers
 Lakes)                                                              Department of University Relations
• Rutgers Science Explorer Bus: Interactive science lessons and      Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 demonstrations for middle school and junior high                    101 Somerset Street
 students in a 40-foot, state-of-the-art, custom-designed            New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 mobile laboratory staffed by Rutgers scientists (Parsippany,        Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 Whippany)                                                           Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                     Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in            Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 mathematics, science, and the integration of technology             university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
 across the curriculum (Butler, East Hanover, Florham Park,          the state.
 Kinnelon, Lincoln Park, Morris Plains, Parsippany, Pequan-
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Assemblyman Mims Hackett Jr. (D)                                                                                            7
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 6,737 Alumni                                                        The Greater Newark                                             11
                                                                     region—Newark, East                                        1
  1,191 Undergraduate and Graduate Students                                                                     30
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  1,755 Continuing Ed Students Enrolled Locally                                                7
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   269 Faculty/Staff                                                 and services, capable of provid-
 9,952 Total                                                         ing care and treatment equal to the best in the world.
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 27         municipalities suffer from poor health status compared
• Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program: Behaviorally focused       to residents in other areas of the county and state. The
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  nutrition classes for food stamp-eligible residents (Orange)       Greater Newark Health Systems Survey, a project of
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• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Science-based information           the Rutgers–Newark Cornwall Center for Metropolitan
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 and outreach in such areas as food and nutrition, family
 and consumer finances and sciences, urban gardening,                Phase I, the research team conducted surveys and focus
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 and 4-H youth development (Roseland)                                groups with health care consumers from the four munic-
• Thomas A. Edison Papers Project: Making accessible over            ipalities, inventoried existing health care facilities, and
 five million pages of documents that chronicle one of               developed a literature review. In Phase II, the research
 the most creative technical innovators in world history             will focus on the perspectives of health care providers,
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                                                                     qualified health centers, and health departments. A diverse
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 27
• NJ Civic Education Consortium: Sponsored by Rutgers’ Eagleton      advisory panel of community and business leaders,
  Institute of Politics, the program aims to increase voter          elected and appointed officials, health experts, medical
  turnout and engagement in civic life (West Orange)                 practitioners, and consumers guides the project.
• Waksman Student Scholars Program: Yearlong program in
 molecular biology, genetics, and bioinformatics (Caldwell)
                                                                     For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
• Videoconferencing in Education: Enables students to go             programs, contact:
 beyond the walls of their classrooms to explore the wealth
 of information in our global community (Caldwell,                   Friends of Rutgers
 Livingston, Newark, Orange)                                         Department of University Relations
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-   Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in            101 Somerset Street
 mathematics, science, and the integration of technology             New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 across the curriculum (Caldwell, Essex Fells, Livingston,           Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 Maplewood, Newark, Orange, West Caldwell, West Orange)              Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                     Website: http://for.rutgers.edu

                                                                     Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
                                                                     university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
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Senator Ronald L. Rice (D)                                                                                                                        19                                   11


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 2,939 Alumni                                                          The Rutgers–Newark
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 1,052 Undergraduate and Graduate Students
                                                                       Metropolitan Studies is              30
     40 Continuing Ed Students Enrolled Locally
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 4,277 Total                                                           for the federally sponsored St. Matthews Neighborhood
                                                                       Improvement Development Association (NIDA). The
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 28           program aims to improve the economic self-sufficiency
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• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the           of residents by teaching the basics of entrepreneurship,
  state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity          information technology, and work readiness by involving
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  for professional advancement (Bloomfield, Newark)                    participants in a Handyman Matters franchise. The fran-
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• Keys to Achieving Resilient Transitions (KART): Provides training,   chise, which provides customers with handyman services,
 funding, and support to group homes, residential treat-               has a low-cost buy in. The goal of the program is to create
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 children on the brink of aging out of foster care (Irvington)         low-income people. The initiative serves Essex and parts
• Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program: Behaviorally focused         of Union County and is funded by the Administration for
 nutrition classes for food stamp-eligible residents (Newark)          Children and Families, Office of Community Services, a
                                                                       federal program.
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 28                                                    1
• Abbott Leadership Institute: Parents, community leaders, and
  educators partner to build stronger schools (Newark)
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in
 mathematics, science, and the integration of technology
 across the curriculum (Belleville, Bloomfield, Irvington)
                                                                       For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
• School Nurse Experience: Junior-year nursing students spend          programs, contact:
 pediatric rotation time with school nurses (Newark)
• Rutgers Science Explorer Bus: Interactive science lessons and        Friends of Rutgers
 demonstrations for middle school and junior high students             Department of University Relations
 in a 40-foot, state-of-the-art, custom-designed mobile                Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 laboratory staffed by Rutgers scientists (Newark)                     101 Somerset Street
                                                                       New Brunswick, NJ 08901
• Honors College Tutoring Program: Rutgers–Newark Honors
                                                                       Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 College students tutor Thirteenth Avenue Elementary
                                                                       Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
 School students, helping to raise test scores and increase
                                                                       Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
 motivation (Newark)
• Videoconferencing in Education: Enables students to go               Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 beyond the walls of their classrooms to explore the wealth            university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 29          National Association of Black Accountants, and the
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The following is a small sampling of Rutgers activities in            Rutgers Accounting Society) participate in the Internal
District 29, which is home to Rutgers’ Newark Campus.                 Revenue Service’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
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• The Rutgers–Newark Campus marked its 60th anniversary               (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) programs.
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  with the September 2006 openings of the $51-million,                Volunteers, who receive training from the IRS to help pre-
  13-story University Square, a residence hall for 600 students,      pare basic tax returns, staff tax preparation clinics held in
  and the $18-million, six-story Life Sciences Center.                senior centers, libraries, schools, and shopping malls.
• Joseph C. Cornwall Center for Metropolitan Studies: Tackles         The program helps low-income and elderly residents all
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 housing and the need for better health care                          prepare their tax returns.
• Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program: Offers behaviorally
 focused nutrition classes for food stamp-eligible residents
 in Hillside and Newark
• NJ Small Business Development Centers: Headquarters for state
 network of Rutgers-administered agencies offering afford-
 able services for small business
• Rutgers’ School of Law–Newark Legal Clinics: Eight centers offer-
 ing no-cost or low-cost legal services in child advocacy,            For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 urban law, and more                                                  programs, contact:

Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 29                              Friends of Rutgers
(In the Newark School District)                                       Department of University Relations
• Abbott Leadership Institute: Parents, community leaders, and        Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  educators partner to build stronger schools                         101 Somerset Street
• Future Business Computer Institute: A two-week summer               New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 program provides hands-on curriculum to help students                Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 develop new and advanced technological computer skills               Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                      Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
• Student Ambassadors Outreach Program: High-achieving
 students serve as role models in Newark schools                      Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
• MetroMath: Helping urban students succeed in math                   university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
                                                                      the state.
• Center for Information Management, Integration and Connectivity:
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   829 Undergraduate and Graduate Students
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                                                                   holders, the Rutgers EcoComplex 1
   242 Faculty/Staff                                               field station focuses on solid
 6,263 Total                                                       waste management, renewable energy, and water qual-
                                                                   ity under the Rutgers NJ Agricultural Experiment Station’s
Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 30       Economic Development Program. The complex features a
• Rutgers’ Grant F. Walton Center for Remote Sensing and Spatial   56,000-square-foot state-of-the-art greenhouse facility
  Analysis: Research to help the Barnegat Bay National Estu-       used to showcase energy and water conservation tech-
  ary Program more effectively manage future environmental         nologies, grow production-style vegetable crops year-
  change in the Barnegat Bay (Jackson, Lakewood, Plumsted)         round, and serve as an incubator for horticultural-related
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the       businesses. The EcoComplex also serves the surrounding
 state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity       community, hosting meetings and training seminars for
 for professional advancement (Bordentown, Jackson,                local governments, and science fairs for area elementary
 Lakewood)                                                         schools. Approximately 200 local school children tour
• Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program: Behaviorally focused     the facility each year to learn about recycling, renewable
 nutrition classes for food stamp-eligible residents               energy, and water resources. Additionally, the center works
 (Lakewood)                                                        closely with the Juvenile Justice Commission to host an
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 30                           annual flower show and international festival for at-risk
• NJ Civic Education Consortium: Program to increase voter         youth.
  turnout and engagement in civic life (Lakewood)
• Rutgers Science Explorer Bus: Interactive science lessons and
 demonstrations for middle school and junior high school
                                                                   For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 students in a 40-foot, state-of-the-art, custom-designed
                                                                   programs, contact:
 mobile laboratory staffed by Rutgers scientists (Lakewood)
• Waksman Student Scholars Program: Yearlong program in            Friends of Rutgers
 molecular biology, genetics, and bioinformatics                   Department of University Relations
 (Bordentown)                                                      Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
                                                                   101 Somerset Street
                                                                   New Brunswick, NJ 08901
                                                                   Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
                                                                   Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                   Website: http://for.rutgers.edu

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 1,893 Alumni                                                         The Master of Human
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   133 Faculty/Staff                                                  its research and teaching in the
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 31          involvement, and the transformation of work. Human
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• Transit Village Initiative: Collaborative state, community, and     resource leaders can advance their education and skills
  Rutgers effort to revitalize New Jersey’s downtowns                              4
                                                                      while continuing their careers. Rutgers’ School of Manage-
  (Jersey City)                                                       ment and Labor Relations, which has worked with corpora-
                                                                    3 tions all over the state to give workers in the human
• NJ Hospital Quality Initiative: Helps hospitals improve quality
 of care for patients with congestive heart failure in New            resource management field access to the MHRM program,
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• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the          Students can pursue a degree or certificate while contin-
 state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity          uing to work, either full or part time. Additionally, students
 for professional advancement (Jersey City)                           have access to opportunities for internships and employ-
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• NJ Small Business Development Centers Branch Office: Low-cost       ment with the many Fortune 100 and 500 companies in
 and no-cost consulting, training, and networking services            the immediate area.
 for small business (Jersey City)
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: A “classroom without walls”
 bringing university research to people in their communities,
 from 4-H youth programs to teaching good nutrition, and
 more (Jersey City)
                                                                     For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 31                             programs, contact:
• High School Educational Monitoring Program: Hands-on environ-
  mental curriculum for high school students to learn about          Friends of Rutgers
  water pollution, water chemistry, and ecology (Bayonne             Department of University Relations
  High School)                                                       Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
• School Nurse Fellowship Program: Weeklong alcohol and drug         101 Somerset Street
 studies intensives designed to increase school nurses’ and          New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 administrators’ knowledge and awareness of adolescent               Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 health issues (Bayonne)                                             Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                     Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
• Waksman Student Scholars Program: Yearlong program in
 molecular biology, genetics, and bioinformatics (Bayonne            Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
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Senator Nicholas J. Sacco (D)                                                                                                                                                                   11


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 2,890 Alumni                                                           The central business dis-                            11

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  1,166 Undergraduate and Graduate Students                                                                 30
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   184 Continuing Ed Students Enrolled Locally                                             7
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   156 Faculty/Staff                                                    New York, needed ways to com-
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 32            gram (RUTAP) identified Kearny as a community within an
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• Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute: Collaboration           existing Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ) that was not capital-
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  Meadowlands District (Harrison, Kearny, North Bergen,             3   and government agencies develop plans to achieve their
  Secaucus)                                                             economic goals, surveyed customers and owners of Kearny
• NJ Small Business Development Centers Regional Office: Low-cost                                    2
                                                                        businesses, interviewed stakeholders, and, based on survey
 and no-cost consulting, training, and networking services              and interview results, helped Kearny businesses take full
 for small business (Jersey City)                                       advantage of the state’s Urban Enterprise program. Kearny’s
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the            UEZ is unique because it encompasses both retail and
 state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity                                 1
                                                                        industrial sales sectors. The success of the zone has
 for professional advancement (Jersey City)                             resulted in the inclusion of additional acres into
• NJ Hospital Quality Initiative: Improved quality of care for          Kearny’s Urban Enterprise Zone to further stimulate com-
 hospitalized patients with congestive heart failure in New             mercial development. The expanded zone offers business-
 Jersey (Secaucus)                                                      to-business product suppliers a primary hub for relocation
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: A “classroom without walls”            and for locating sales operations.
 bringing university research to people in their communities,
 from 4-H youth programs to teaching good nutrition, and                For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 more (Jersey City)                                                     programs, contact:
• Institute for Meadowlands Studies: Focusing on issues unique          Friends of Rutgers
 to the NJ Meadowlands Commission’s planning region,
                                                                        Department of University Relations
 including public finance, land use issues, economic devel-
                                                                        Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 opment, and environmentally friendly building and historic
                                                                        101 Somerset Street
 preservation strategies (Jersey City, North Bergen, Secaucus)
                                                                        New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 32                                Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
• Rutgers Science Explorer Bus: Interactive science lessons and         Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
  demonstrations for middle school and junior high students             Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
  in a 40-foot, state-of-the-art, custom-designed mobile                Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
  laboratory staffed by Rutgers scientists (Secaucus)                   university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
• NJ Center for Character Education: Support for educators              the state.
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Senator Bernard F. Kenny Jr. (D)                                                                                                                                                           11


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    915 Undergraduate and Graduate Students
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 33         VTC study highlights the additional, positive impact the
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• NJ Small Business Development Centers Regional Office: Low-cost    system has had on the region. The study found that large
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  for small business (Jersey City)                                   the Essex Street–Jersey Avenue Station corridor and the
• Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program: Helping lim-        9th Street Station in Hoboken, are being reclaimed for
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 ited-resource families make healthy nutrition choices when          productive use. Nearly 4,500 units of housing within walk-
 buying, cooking, and storing food (Guttenberg, Hoboken,             ing distance to these stations have been built or are under
 Jersey City, Union City, Weehawken, West New York)                  construction, with many more units approved. The study
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the         also found that property values and ratables have grown
 state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity         significantly. And, as the landscape becomes more attrac-
 for professional advancement (Hoboken, Jersey City,                 tive, more businesses and institutions locate in the commu-
 Union City)                                                         nities, creating more job opportunities and offering more
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: A “classroom without walls”         services to residents. Riders now have a viable mass
 bringing university research to people in their communities,        transit option to reduce commuting time and use of
 from 4-H youth programs to teaching good nutrition, and             automobiles, while access to shopping, recreation, and
 more (Jersey City)                                                  entertainment venues have greatly expanded.
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 33
                                                                     For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
• Rutgers’ School of Engineering Junior Science Symposium:
                                                                     programs, contact:
  High school students present original research in the
  sciences and compete for scholarship awards (Jersey City,          Friends of Rutgers
  Union City)                                                        Department of University Relations
• NJ Math Science Partnership: Helps districts plan strategically    Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 for improving their mathematics and science education               101 Somerset Street
 from prekindergarten through 12th grade (Union City)                New Brunswick, NJ 08901
• Rutgers Science Explorer Bus: Interactive science lessons and      Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 demonstrations for middle school and junior high school             Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
 students in a 40-foot, state-of-the-art, custom-designed            Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
 mobile laboratory staffed by Rutgers scientists (Union City)        Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-   university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in            the state.
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 3,883 Alumni                                                        For children aging out of                        12
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   860 Undergraduate and Graduate Students                                                                                        11
                                                                     systems, prospects can seem
    111 Continuing Ed Students Enrolled Locally
                                                                     very limited. Keys to Achieving            30
   223 Faculty/Staff                                                 Resilient Transitions 7 (KART),
                                                                     a program of Rutgers’ Center for Children and Families    10
 5,077 Total
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 34         ease the transition. In District 34, children participate in the
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• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the         program at the Isaiah House in East Orange. KART pro-
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  state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity        vides training, program facilitation, funding, and support
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  for professional advancement (Montclair)                           to Division of Children and Families (DCF) funded group
                                                                                      4 treatment facilities, independent living
                                                                     homes, residential
• Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program: Helping
 limited-resource families make healthy nutrition choices            programs, and community-based service providers. Each
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 when buying, cooking, and storing food (Clifton, East               year, for a period of eight to 16 weeks, 100 youth attend
 Orange, Glen Ridge, Montclair, West Paterson)                       weekly group sessions that focus on topics such as conflict
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Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 34
• Nontraditional Career Resource Center: Targets students in         abuse prevention.
  grades 7 to 12 to encourage the pursuit of nontraditional
  careers, such as women in technology and engineering                                       1
  and men in early childhood education and nursing
  (East Orange)
• East Orange Campus High School Law Academy: Mock trial com-
 petition for students participating in Law Academy classes
 (East Orange)
                                                                     For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
• NJ Civic Education Consortium: Sponsored by Rutgers’ Eagleton
                                                                     programs, contact:
 Institute of Politics, the program aims to increase voter
 turnout and engagement in civic life (East Orange, Glen             Friends of Rutgers
 Ridge, Montclair)                                                   Department of University Relations
• Videoconferencing in Education: Enables students to go             Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 beyond the walls of their classrooms to explore the wealth          101 Somerset Street
 of information in our global community (Montclair)                  New Brunswick, NJ 08901
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-   Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in            Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
 mathematics, science, and the integration of technology             Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
 across the curriculum (Clifton, East Orange, Glen Ridge,            Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 Montclair)                                                          university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
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 1,709 Alumni                                                        Paterson, with its rich 15
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     89 Continuing Ed Students Enrolled Locally
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     49 Faculty/Staff                                                industries, including textile,          30
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 2,291 Total                                                         firearms, silk, and railroad locomotive manufacturing, all
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 35         Although these industries8 contributed to the city’s
• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the         prosperity during the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries,
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  state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity        they left a legacy of industrial pollution that9remains
  for professional advancement (Paterson)                            even now. The city has filed an application to become a
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• NJ Hospital Quality Initiative: Works with hospitals to improve    brownfield development area with the NJ Department of
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 quality of care for hospitalized patients with congestive           Environmental Protection. Students in the School of Envi-
 heart failure (Paterson)                                            ronmental and Biological Sciences’ landscape architecture
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• Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program: Behaviorally focused       program addressed possible adaptive reuses of Paterson’s
 nutrition classes for food stamp-eligible residents                 brownfield sites within the wider context of urban
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 (Hawthorne, Paterson)                                               renewal. Six student teams each created a master plan that
• NJ Small Business Development Centers Regional Office: Low-cost    addressed aspects of residential and commercial use, recre-
 and no-cost consulting, training, and networking services           ation, and historic preservation, as well as sustainability
 for small business (Paterson)                                       and smart growth. The student work, including models
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• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Science-based information           and drawings, will be exhibited at the Paterson Museum
 and outreach in such areas as food and nutrition, family            this spring.
 and community health sciences, and 4-H (Paterson)
• Rutgers NJ Weather and Climate Network Station: One of 40
                                                                     For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 networked weather stations operated by the Office of the
                                                                     programs, contact:
 NJ State Climatologist at Rutgers, supplying real-time
 weather information (Hawthorne)
                                                                     Friends of Rutgers
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 35                             Department of University Relations
• Garrett Morgan Transportation Academy: Center for Advanced         Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  Infrastructure and Transportation staff members and stu-           101 Somerset Street
  dents partner with the magnet high school to develop cur-          New Brunswick, NJ 08901
  riculum and encourage interest in transportation-related           Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
  careers among minority students (Paterson)                         Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                     Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
• Center for Effective School Practices: Research-based pre-K
 through grade 12 classroom innovations (Glen Rock,                  Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 Paterson)                                                           university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-   the state.
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 3,551 Alumni                                                          Rutgers’ Center for
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   899 Undergraduate and Graduate Students
                                                                       Integration and Connectivity         30
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 4,794 Total                                                           Meadowlands region that will allow visitors to the area to
                                                                       take an environmental tour using the internet and hand-
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 36           held devices. As visitors move around with cell phones or
                                                                                                                     9
• Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute: Collaboration          PDAs, historical and current information appropriate to
  between Rutgers and the NJ Meadowlands Commission                    their specific location will be delivered to them. It will
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  addressing environmental problems of the Hackensack                  be possible to customize programming according to user
                                                                                     4
  Meadowlands District (Carlstadt, East Rutherford,                    preferences. A bird-watcher, for instance, may only be
  Lyndhurst, Moonachie, North Arlington, Rutherford)                 3 interested in bird types and their habitats, while a planner

• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the           would be more interested in historical land-use data. The
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 state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity           information may include audio, images, maps, textual
 for professional advancement (Carlstadt, Rutherford,                  narratives, and multimedia elements. Researchers and
 Wallington)                                                           engineers in the field will have access to background
• Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program: Helping               information for any location in the area. Bird-watchers
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 limited-resource families make healthy nutrition choices              and tourists may roam around freely with wildlife informa-
 when buying, cooking, and storing food (Carlstadt, East               tion and maps readily available to them. Even users not
 Rutherford, Garfield, Lyndhurst, Moonachie, North Arling-             physically present will have computer access to the area
 ton, Nutley, Passaic, Wood Ridge)
                                                                       by simply entering coordinates or clicking on a location.
• NJ Hospital Quality Initiative: Works with hospitals to improve
 quality of care for hospitalized patients with congestive
 heart failure in New Jersey (Passaic)                                For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
                                                                      programs, contact:
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 36
• Center for Effective School Practices: Research-based pre-K         Friends of Rutgers
  through grade 12 classroom innovations (Garfield, Passaic)          Department of University Relations
• High School Educational Monitoring Program: Hands-on environ-       Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 mental curriculum for high school students to learn about            101 Somerset Street
 water pollution, water chemistry, and ecology (Lyndhurst,            New Brunswick, NJ 08901
 Rutherford)                                                          Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-    Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in             Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
 mathematics, science, and the integration of technology              Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 across the curriculum (Garfield, Lyndhurst, Moonachie,               university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
 Nutley, Passaic, Rutherford)                                         the state.
• Implementing Meaningful Programs Affecting Children Today
 (IMPACT): Center for Social and Community Development
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 3,779 Alumni                                                            The Teaneck Creek                            12
                                                                         wetlands, located at the                             1
   990 Undergraduate and Graduate Students                                                                                       11
                                                                         junction of the NJ Turnpike and
   499 Continuing Ed Students Enrolled Locally
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     86 Faculty/Staff                                                    the Bergen County Overpeck
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 5,354 Total
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 37             to restore disturbed urban wetlands within the site has
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• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the             been formed among the nonprofit Teaneck Creek Conser-
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  state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity            vancy, Rutgers’ Environmental Research Clinic, the U.S. Geo-
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  for professional advancement (Englewood, Englewood                     logical Survey, the Bergen County Parks Department, and
  Cliffs)                                                                             4
                                                                         TRC Omni Environmental Corporation. Rutgers’ scientific
• NJ Small Business Development Centers Regional Center: Low-            data will be used as a basis for the restoration design. Rut-
                                                                     3
 cost and no-cost consulting, training, and networking                   gers scientists will monitor before, during, and after restora-
 services for small business (Hackensack)                                tion activities, which will result in the creation of additional
                                                                                                       2
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Science-based information and           freshwater wetlands. The goal is to study the site for an
 outreach in such areas as food and nutrition, family and                extended period of time and to collect information that will
 community health sciences, and 4-H youth development                    be helpful in understanding how to restore urban wet-
 (Hackensack)                                                            land ecosystems 1   successfully. The Rutgers team includes
• Rutgers NJ Weather and Climate Network Station: One of 40              atmospheric, hydrologic, and soil scientists. Volunteers
 networked weather stations operated by the Office of                    working at the Teaneck Creek Conservancy include Rutgers-
 the NJ State Climatologist at Rutgers, supplying real-time              trained Master Gardeners.
 weather information to residents and officials to enhance
 safety and security (Bergenfield)
                                                                         For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 37
                                                                         programs, contact:
• Douglass Autism Outreach: Training in applied behavior
  analysis for educators of children with autism spectrum                Friends of Rutgers
  disorders (Bergenfield, Teaneck)                                       Department of University Relations
• High School Educational Monitoring Program: Hands-on environ-          Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 mental curriculum for high school students to learn about               101 Somerset Street
 water pollution, water chemistry, and ecology (Hackensack)              New Brunswick, NJ 08901
• Videoconferencing in Education: Enables students to go                 Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
 beyond the walls of their classrooms to explore the wealth              Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
 of information in our global community (Bergenfield)                    Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-       Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in                university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
 mathematics, science, and the integration of technology                 the state.
 across the curriculum (Bergenfield, Englewood, Hacken-
 sack, Leonia, Maywood, Palisades Park, Ridgefield Park,
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 1,222 Undergraduate and Graduate Students
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 1,047 Continuing Ed Students Enrolled Locally
                                                                       nary studies in the Hackensack
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 6,155 Total                                                           a characterization of contaminants (historic and current)
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Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 38           which has been designated by the NJ Audubon Society as
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• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the           one of the best freshwater bird habitats in the state. The
  state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity                                                       9
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  for professional advancement (Little Ferry)                          establishing a regional utility to manage stormwater in an
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• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: Science-based information             effort to alleviate flooding in the Hackensack Meadow-
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 and outreach in such areas as master gardening and 4-H                lands. In the third study, RERC is engineering a treatment
 youth development (Fair Lawn, Paramus, Saddle Brook,                3 plan to recover usable “gray water” from landfill leachate
 Teterboro)                                                            generated by the Meadowlands landfills. This water will
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Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 38
• Young Scholars Program in Discrete Mathematics: Intensive four-      planned for closed landfill sites. Rutgers plant biotechnol-
  week program encouraging talented students to consider               ogy faculty are developing turfgrass species that can use
  careers in the mathematical sciences (Fair Lawn)                     this recovered water as an irrigation source. A fourth
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• Rutgers Science Explorer Bus: Interactive science lessons and        study to begin this spring will determine whether oyster
 demonstrations for middle school and junior high students             larvae are currently present in the Hackensack River and if
 in a 40-foot, state-of-the-art, custom-designed mobile labo-          adult oysters can survive for up to a year in various
 ratory staffed by Rutgers scientists (Paramus)                        locations of the river.
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-
                                                                      For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in
                                                                      programs, contact:
 mathematics, science, and the integration of technology
 across the curriculum (Cliffside Park, Elmwood Park, Fair            Friends of Rutgers
 Lawn, Hasbrouck Heights, Little Ferry, Paramus, Teterboro)           Department of University Relations
                                                                      Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
                                                                      101 Somerset Street
                                                                      New Brunswick, NJ 08901
                                                                      Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
                                                                      Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
                                                                      Website: http://for.rutgers.edu

                                                                      Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
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   872 Undergraduate and Graduate Students                                                                          12
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   280 Continuing Ed Students Enrolled Locally                                                                                 11
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     55 Faculty/Staff                                                    who work throughout the county’s
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 5,740 Total                                                             parks and municipalities. They operate a garden helpline
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• Continuing and Professional Education Courses: Keeping the             and how to apply integrated pest management tactics
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  state’s workforce current and offering citizens opportunity            to minimize the use of pesticides. Bergen County Master
  for professional advancement (Haworth)                                 Gardeners also deliver horticultural therapy9programs to
• Rutgers NJ Weather and Climate Network Station: One of 40              hospitals, nursing homes, mental health facilities, and
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 networked weather stations operated by the Office of the                schools. Regular volunteer sites for Bergen’s Master Garden-
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 NJ State Climatologist at Rutgers, supplying real-time                  ers include Bergen County Health Center, Flat Rock Brook
 weather information to residents and officials to enhance           3   Environmental Center, Hackensack River Greenway, The
 safety and security (Ramsey)                                            Hermitage, McFaul Environmental Center, New Bridge
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Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 39                                 Landing, Van Dyke Manor, and Wortendyke Barn. The
• Douglass Autism Outreach: Training in applied behavior                 Master Gardeners Class of 2006 planted 250 silky dog-
  analysis for educators of children with autism spectrum                woods to stabilize the stream bed at Saddle River
  disorders (Allendale, Montvale)                                        County Park last Earth Day.
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• NJ Center for Character Education: Support for educators who
 teach core ethical values to develop children’s social,
 emotional, and moral functioning (Westwood)
• Waksman Student Scholars Program: Yearlong program in
                                                                         For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 molecular biology, genetics, and bioinformatics (Montvale)
                                                                         programs, contact:
• High School Educational Monitoring Program: Hands-on environ-
 mental curriculum for high school students to learn about               Friends of Rutgers
 water pollution, water chemistry, and ecology (Oradell)                 Department of University Relations
• Videoconferencing in Education: Enables students to go                 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 beyond the walls of their classrooms to explore the wealth              101 Somerset Street
 of information in our global community (Emerson)                        New Brunswick, NJ 08901
                                                                         Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-
                                                                         Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in
                                                                         Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
 mathematics, science, and the integration of technology
 across the curriculum (Allendale, Cresskill, Demarest,                  Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
 Dumont, Emerson, Hillsdale, Milford, New Milford, Oradell,              university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
 Park Ridge, Ramsey, Saddle River)                                       the state.




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Rutgers In Your District
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District 40
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Rutgers People in District 40                                                                        3

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 5,402 Alumni                                                        In 2004, the state passed                        9

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                                                                     the Highlands Water Pro-                                      1


   772 Undergraduate and Graduate Students                                                            4


                                                                     tection and Planning Act. To
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   734 Continuing Ed Students Enrolled Locally
                                                                     support the bill’s mission, the          2

     78 Faculty/Staff                                                Highlands Environmental Research
 6,986 Total                                                         Institute (HEnRI), a collaboration between the Palisades
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                                                                     Interstate Park Commission and Rutgers–Newark, was
Rutgers Programs, Initiatives, and Facilities in District 40         established to serve as a clearinghouse for environmen-
• NJ Small Business Development Centers Regional Office: Low-cost    tal research. The institute disseminates knowledge and
  and no-cost consulting, training, and networking services          promotes its application in conserving the natural
  for small business (Wayne)                                         resources of the Highlands region and provides informa-
• MBA Team Consulting Program: MBA students develop afford-          tional and technical assistance to private landowners, citi-
 able business, marketing, and benchmarking plans to over-           zens groups, and government agencies. As part of a 3-year
 come challenges and problems identified by client                   project supported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture,
 companies (Franklin Lakes)                                          the New York–New Jersey Trail Conference and Rutgers will
• Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program: Helping             train “citizen scientists” to identify common invasive
 limited-resource families make healthy nutrition choices            plant species in Ramapo State Park, a part of the High-
 when buying, cooking, and storing food (Little Falls,               lands preservation area, and track occurrences using GPS
 Mahwah, Ringwood, Wayne)                                            units. The aim is to better understand the spread of
• Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program: Behaviorally focused       invasive plants in forested parklands that have high
 nutrition classes for food stamp-eligible residents (Ring-          conservation value and high levels of public use.
 wood, Wayne)
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension: 4-H youth clubs including
 Curious Critters (Wyckoff), I See for You Seeing Eye Dog
 Club (Wayne), Mahwah Community Club, Preakness Aggies               For more information about Rutgers and its advocacy
 Community Service (Wayne), and others                               programs, contact:
• Rutgers NJ Weather and Climate Network Station: One of 40          Friends of Rutgers
 weather stations operated by the Office of the NJ State
                                                                     Department of University Relations
 Climatologist at Rutgers, supplying real-time weather infor-
                                                                     Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
 mation to residents and officials to enhance safety and
                                                                     101 Somerset Street
 security (Wayne)
                                                                     New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Rutgers-K–12 Partnerships in District 40                             Phone: 732-932-7823, ext. 626
• NJ Civic Education Consortium: Sponsored by Rutgers’ Eagleton      Email: for@ur.rutgers.edu
  Institute of Politics, the program aims to increase voter          Website: http://for.rutgers.edu
  turnout and engagement in civic life (Wayne)                       Rutgers is New Jersey’s sole comprehensive public research
• Center for Mathematics, Science, and Computer Education: Profes-   university with 50,000 students and 200,000 alumni living in
 sional teacher development contributing to excellence in            the state.
 mathematics, science, and the integration of technology
 across the curriculum (Franklin Lakes, Little Falls, Mahwah,
 Midland Park, Ringwood, Wanaque, Wayne)


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