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罗格斯,新泽西州立大学-新布朗斯威克校区|Rutgers, The State

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校    训:Sol iustitiae et occidentem illustra (拉丁文)公正的太阳,照耀在西方大地上。
成立时间:1766年11月10日
学校类型:州立
现任校长:Richard L. McCormick
教师人数:教职员2,552人
所在地点:美国,新泽西州 新布朗斯维克
校园环境:城市
校园面积:超大
学校颜色:Scarlet  White
吉 祥 物:Scarlet Knights
学校网站:

罗格斯大学,全称罗格斯,新泽西州立大学,简称罗大(Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey‎)是美国新泽西州的最大高等学府。罗格斯大学的主要校园位于新布朗斯维克(New Brunswick),另有两个分校在纽瓦克(Newark)和肯顿(Camden)。罗格斯大学是在美国第八个成立的高等学府,原本于1776年成立时称为皇后学院,起初是一个荷兰改革派教会学校,但现在学校本身并没有与任何宗教有附属关系而校方也对学生没有任何宗教上的要求。

新泽西州州议会分别于1945年和1956年通过法案将罗格斯大学指定为州立大学。1946年罗格斯大学将纽瓦克大学并入,从此有了纽瓦克分校。1950年罗格斯大学将南泽西学院并入,从此就有了肯顿分校。

罗格斯大学-新布朗斯维克分校

罗格斯大学-新布朗斯维克分校(Rutgers University,New Brunswick Campus)是罗格斯大学的主要分校,也是罗格斯大学三个分校中面积最大,排名最高的校园。位于新布朗斯维克和皮斯卡特维,新泽西州。

新布朗斯威克校园包括以下学校和学院:

Cook College,库克学院。课程侧重于生命科学,农学及海洋科学。
Douglass College,道格拉斯学院。只收女性学生,其课程综合性比较强。
Livingston College,李文斯顿学院。其学院主旨为增进多样性。课程侧重于社会科学。
Rutgers College,罗格斯学院。这是罗格斯大学最初的学院。课程侧重于经济和语言学科。
College of Nursing,护理学院。
Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy,药学院。
Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology,心理学院。
Graduate School of Education,教育学院。
Mason Gross School of the Arts,梅森 格罗斯艺术学院。
Rutgers Business School-New Brunswick,罗格斯大学商学院-新布朗斯维克分校
School of Communication, Information and Library Studies,通讯,信息暨图书馆学院。
School of Engineering,工程学院。
School of Management and Labor Relations,管理暨劳工关系学院。
School of Social Work,社会工作学院。

英文版介绍

The New Brunswick Campus is Rutgers University's largest campus, chiefly located in the City of New Brunswick and Piscataway Township. It comprises four smaller subset campuses: College Avenue, Cook/Douglass, Busch and Livingston. The New Brunswick campuses include 19 undergraduate, graduate and professional schools, including the School of Arts and Sciences, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, School of Communication, Information and Library Studies, the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, School of Engineering, the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, the Graduate School, the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, the Graduate School of Education, School of Management and Labor Relations, the Mason Gross School of the Arts, the College of Nursing, the Rutgers Business School and the School of Social Work.

1、Campus

Every campus at Rutgers New Brunswick has its own student center, set of libraries, convenience stores and dining halls. However, the campus environment on each has characteristics that make it unique due to the different academic departments and facilities that the campus is host to.

(1)College Avenue

This campus is a vibrant and lively community anchored by the historic heart of Rutgers, known as Old Queens. It is within walking distance of shops, restaurants, and theaters in New Brunswick, and the train to New York and Philadelphia. The Voorhees classroom mall provides a traditional university environment, and the Zimmerli Art Museum is available to you whether you are an art history major working on a research paper or a science student desiring a moment of cultural enrichment.

(2)Cook/Douglass

Farms, gardens, and research centers are home to the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences (SEBS) on Cook Campus. Campus highlights include the Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, the beautiful Rutgers Gardens and Helyar Woods, and the Center for Advanced Food Technology. The campus is in close proximity to all student services as well as to most SEBS classes.

(3)Busch

Busch Campus is one of the larger campuses at Rutgers New Brunswick and is located entirely within Piscataway Township, New Jersey. The campus is named after Charles L. Busch (1902-1971), an eccentric millionaire, who unexpectedly donated $10 million to the University for biological research at his death in 1971. The campus was formerly known as "University Heights Campus" and the land was donated to the University by the state in the 1930s. The land was formerly a country club and the original golf course still exists on the campus.

The campus is home to the Rutgers Stadium and provides a high-tech and suburban atmosphere focusing on academic areas primarily related to the natural sciences; Physics, Engineering, Mathematics & Statistics, Pharmacy, Chemistry, Geology, Biology and Psychology. The Rutgers Medical School was also built on this campus in 1970 but a year later was separated by the State to create the College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (now UMDNJ). The two universities continue to share the land and facilities on the campus in a slightly irregular arrangement.

(4)Livingston

Livingston Campus is heavily focused on first-year students. It is home to many of the social science departments, the Rutgers Business School, and the Center for Applied and Professional Psychology. Livingston Campus provides students easy access to basketball games at the Louis Brown Athletic Center (known as "the RAC"), vast open fields and dramatic productions at the student-founded Livingston Theater. The campus is situated in Piscataway Township although it extends into parts of Edison Township and Highland Park. On the positive side, Livingston is quieter than the other campuses, perhaps due to its distance away from Cook/Douglass and College Avenue.

2、Residence life

(1)Residence halls

The residence halls (commonly known as "dorms") provide many facilities for students wishing to live on-campus. Despite some over-crowding, students wishing to live on-campus are usually accommodated. Residences range from single-occupancy rooms (limited), double-occupancy, triple-occupancy apartments that house 4 students and suites that house 6 students. The rooms are single-sex, however the floor is co-ed. Alcohol possession and consumption is permitted for those of legal age. The rooms usually contain: A bed, desk, chair, dresser, and closet for each student. Window coverings (drapes or blinds), smoke detector, basic phone service and cable/internet access are also provided.

In addition, most residence halls have these facilities in the building: laundry, lounges with TVs, pool and ping-pong tables, a study area, kitchen or kitchenette and vending machines.

(2)Dining halls

The dining services are listed as the third largest student dining operation in the USA. There are four student dining facilities serving over 3,000,000 meals; the dining halls also provide catering for over 5000 University events yearly.

(3)Student Dining Halls
Brower Commons on College Avenue
Busch Dining Hall
Nielson Dining Hall on Cook/Douglass
Tillet Dining Hall on Livingston

(4)Faculty Dining Rooms
Busch Faculty Dining Room
Faculty Dining Room at Brower Commons
Staff Dining Room at Tillett Dining Hall

3、Traditions

The Grease Trucks are a group of food truck vendors located on College Avenue that are known for serving "Fat Sandwiches", a sub roll containing an ensemble of ingredients such as steak, cheese, chicken fingers, French fries, mozzarella sticks, jalapeño poppers and more. If someone is able to eat five of these sandwiches in 10 minutes, that person can have a sandwich named after him/her and create it however they wish.

The Dance Marathon is a student-run organization that consists of a year-long series of fundraisers and culminates with the annual Marathon on April 5-6 in the College Avenue Gym. At the Marathon over 400 dancers pledge to raise funds and remain standing for 32 hours without sleeping. The 'Dancers', along with over 500 volunteers and countless visitors, are entertained by live bands, comedians, prize giveaways, games, sports, a mechanical bull, computer and internet access, various theme hours and much more. Rutgers has held this tradition since 1999 and to date has raised in excess of $1.3 million for the Embrace Kids Foundation.

RutgersFest is a day-long cultural event which takes place outdoors on Livingston Campus near the Louis Brown Athletic Center. It is designed to promote college spirit through student organization participation with activities and entertainment throughout the day, culminating with a free concert and fireworks at night. In years past, musical guests have included: Kanye West, Everclear, Sugar Ray, Guster, Goldfinger, Ludacris, Reel Big Fish, Method Man and Redman, Fuel, Third Eye Blind and more. Some carnival attractions at recent RutgersFests have been the bungee bull, bouncy boxing, moon walk, electronic basketball, a recording studio and tons more to keep the students entertained. It is mainly a chance for students to experience one last major social event with the Rutgers community in an effort to celebrate the end of the academic year and relax before finals.

4、Athletics

In 1864, rowing became the first organized sport at Rutgers. Six mile races were held on the Raritan River among six-oared boats. In 1870, Rutgers held its first intercollegiate competition against the Lawrence Scientific School of Harvard. Since the start in 1864, Rutgers has built a strong crew program consisting of heavyweight and lightweight men. A women’s crew team was added to the program in 1974.

Rutgers University is often referred to as The Birthplace of College Football as the first intercollegiate football game was held on College Field between Rutgers and Princeton on 6 November 1869 on a plot of ground where the present-day College Avenue Gymnasium now stands. Rutgers won the game, with a score of 6 runs to Princeton's 4.

Despite being the "Birthplace of College Football" and sharing the 1869 national championship with Princeton University in the first year of intercollegiate play, Rutgers has not had an overly successful heritage in the sport through the years.

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