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3 Welcome to Rutgers Day Rutgers has a worldwide reputation for excellence, but its roots are right here in New Jersey. Every day, in many ways, Rutgers touches the lives of people throughout the state. At Rutgers Day, a wonderful new tradition, we celebrate these connections and reaffirm our commitment to the people we serve. We’re delighted that you have chosen to spend a festive day at your state university—and we hope you return again and again.

Richard L. McCormick, President

General Information Campus Greeters

These specially trained Rutgers students are easy to recognize in their neon-orange T-shirts. You can rely on them to answer all your questions and point you in the right direction. Our Campus Greeters are the resident experts on the zones they roam and are great travel guides with their tear-off map pads and encyclopedic knowledge of Rutgers.

Information Tents

Visit the information tents on each campus to ask questions, get directions, pick up campus maps, and request first aid and other assistance.

Rutgers Day Bus Loop

The free Rutgers Day Bus Loop runs continuously to the Busch, College Avenue, Cook/Douglass, and Livingston campuses, with stops in downtown New Brunswick. Please note that only official guide dogs for the seeing or hearing impaired are allowed on Rutgers buses. See the facing page for a transportation map.

First Aid and Emergency Services

Assistance with first aid and other emergencies is available at the information tents as well as from Rutgers Day staff and Rutgers public safety personnel. Emergency phones are located throughout our campuses. Call the Rutgers Police at 732-932-7211 or dial 911.

Lost Persons

Immediately report a lost person to the nearest information tent or to any Rutgers Day staff member in a neon-green or neon-orange T-shirt. You can also call the Rutgers Police at 732-932-7211.

Lost Items

Report or bring lost items to the nearest information tent.

Restrooms

Restrooms are available in all open buildings.

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Accessibility

All Rutgers Day buses and most Rutgers buildings (except historic buildings) are wheelchair accessible. Passenger golf carts are available in some areas of the Busch and Cook/Douglass campuses for visitors with mobility issues.

Rain Locations

In the event of heavy rain or other severe weather, many outdoor events will move into the nearest building. Tented events will remain outdoors.

Photography and Videography

Please note that photographs and videos taken at Rutgers Day may appear in our publications and website. By attending Rutgers Day, you grant Rutgers all rights to use these photos and videos in any medium and for all purposes that support the mission of the university. Please let our photographer or videographer know if you do not want your image taken. Thank you.

Got a question? Ask any Campus Greeter in a neon-orange

4 Thanks to Our Sponsors 4 Where to Eat 5 Busch Campus 10 College Avenue Campus 18 Cook/Douglass Campus 24 Livingston Campus

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SPONSORS Rutgers would like to thank these Rutgers Day sponsors for their generosity: Rutgers Champions

Media Partners

Barnes & Noble College Booksellers

Star-Ledger | NJ.com

Saint Peter’s Healthcare System

WMGQ 98.3 FM and WCTC 1450 AM, part of Greater Media NJ

Scarlet Sponsors

Loyal Supporter

PSE&G Worry Free

Johnson & Johnson

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital

Where to Eat Snacks, drinks, and meals are available on all four campuses as well as in downtown New Brunswick.

Busch Campus

College Avenue Campus Cook/Douglass Campus

Livingston Campus

Busch Dining Hall is located in the Busch Campus Center and serves a full cafeteria-style menu at a special Rutgers Day price of $6.

Brower Commons contains the student dining hall, serving a full cafeteria-style menu at a special Rutgers Day price of $6.

Neilson Dining Hall can be found behind the NJ Folk Festival and serves a full cafeteria-style menu at a special Rutgers Day price of $6.

Tillett Dining Hall is located on the second floor of Tillett Hall and serves a full cafeteria-style menu at a special Rutgers Day price of $6.

Busch Campus Center features a food court with several dining choices.

Rutgers Student Center features a food court with a large selection of popular eateries.

Cook Campus Center at 59 Biel Road features the Cook Café & Market.

Livingston Student Center features a food court with several dining options.

Engineering BBQ can be found in the Engineering Quad.

Zimmerli Café is located inside the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum.

Vendors can be found throughout the campus.

Vendors are set up throughout the campus.

Old Queens Campus has an “Olde Tyme BBQ,” with old-fashioned favorites grilled up with a la carte prices.

Douglass Campus Center at 100 George Street offers two eateries and a convenience store.

Student Activities Center at 613 George Street offers a convenience store.

There’s even more to Rutgers Day! This book includes most— but not all—of the more than 450 events happening across our campuses. Who

Vendors can be found throughout the campus. Grease trucks parked on College Avenue are a Rutgers tradition. Local restaurants abound in New Brunswick, especially on Easton Avenue and George Street.

knows what surprises await you?

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Cook/Douglass Bookstore at 57 Lipman Drive offers snacks and drinks. Rutgers groups are cooking up great eats throughout campus. Vendors are located across the campus, with a large selection of ethnic cuisines at the NJ Folk Festival.

There’s even more to Rutgers Day! This book includes most—but not all—of the nearly 500 programs happening across our campuses. Who knows what surprises await you?

T-shirt, head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

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Busch Campus Ready for a day of discovery? Explore the Busch Campus, the university’s science and health center. It’s home to science schools and Rutgers Stadium, high-tech research centers, and our biggest recreation center. Browse the events listed across four activity areas and off you go. Highlights include the Scarlet-White Game and the Engineering Science Fair.

Werblin Recreation Center Area All-day events 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Formula Race Cars

Parking Lot 64 Start your engines! Check out some cool formula race cars, on display and in action on a course built by Rutgers engineering students. School of Engineering

Make Your Own Musical Instruments

Get noisy with the “Band Greeks,” Rutgers’ musical fraternity. Make, decorate, and play your own musical instruments: guitars, maracas, tambourines, and more. Mu Beta Psi National Honorary Musical Fraternity, Pi Chapter

Marching Band Reunion

Catch up with your old marching band friends. Listen to music from past halftime shows, learn about our upcoming events, and march in a cake walk on the half hour. Rutgers University Band Alumni Association (RUBAA)

Get Your Rutgers Gear

Busch Campus Center Bookstore Purchase a Rutgers Day T-shirt and show your Rutgers spirit! Drop by and purchase all kinds of Rutgers products—hats, clothing, pennants, and other goodies. Barnes & Noble College Booksellers

Welcome to Busch Campus

12 p.m. - 1 p.m. Outdoor Recreation Quiz Show

Answer questions, make identifications, and show off your knowledge of the great outdoors in this game show-style quiz. Rutgers Recreation

12 p.m., 2 p.m. Zumbathon

Forget the workout and join the party! Zumba features low-impact dance moves and is suitable for all ages and fitness levels. Rutgers Recreation

Busch Campus Center Got a question about the Busch Campus? The campus’s student representatives are sure to have the answer! Busch Campus Council

What’s for Dinner, Rutgers?

Busch Dining Hall, Outside It’s a challenge that would make the Iron Chef quiver! Learn how we prepare more than 3 million tasty and nutritious meals for Rutgers students each year. Dining Services

Day of Unity: The African-American Diaspora 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. • Paul Robeson Cultural Center Celebrate the rich cultural traditions created from the African-American diaspora through music, drumming, dance, poetry, and more. This full day of exciting performances, designed to promote unity among all communities, runs continuously. Drop by anytime!

Werblin Recreation Center Area Events listed by start times

10 a.m. (women’s); 12:30 p.m. (men’s) Rutgers Soccer Spring Doubleheader

University Park Cheer the Scarlet Knights men’s and women’s soccer teams in an intercollegiate doubleheader. Meet players and coaches after the action. Games start at approximately 10 a.m. (women’s) and 12:30 p.m. (men’s). Division of Intercollegiate Athletics

11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Think Pink

Fun for the whole family! Team up to get Pinky—a gigantic ball four feet in diameter—over the volleyball net. Rutgers Recreation

11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Rock-Climbing Tower

Don’t look down! Attempt to scale the side of a 20-foot-high climbing tower while safely supported by a dynamic belay and harness system. Rutgers Recreation

12 p.m. Water Balloon Toss

Don’t be a drip! Kids and adults alike are welcome to join the Rutgers Day water balloon toss. Rutgers Recreation

1 p.m. - 3 p.m. Scavenger Hunt: Werblin Center

Kids and grown-ups, decipher clues and collect items. You may even be crowned Scavenger Hunt King or Queen for 2010. Rutgers Recreation

Busch Campus Center Area All-day events 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Adventures in Infrastructure

CAIT Building Build a bridge. Test the strength of steel. Solve problems at dangerous intersections. See alternative-fuel vehicles. You’ll never take infrastructure for granted again! Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation (CAIT)

Children Are the Future

Busch Campus Center, International Lounge Gain insight and information about the rights of children throughout the world as you view this large exhibit. Nichiren Buddhist Association

Day of Unity: The African-American Diaspora Paul Robeson Cultural Center, Outside Celebrate the rich cultural traditions created from the African-American diaspora through a day of continuous performances: music, drumming, dance, poetry, and more. Paul Robeson Cultural Center, United Black Council, & Black Student Union

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Busch Campus Center Area Events listed by start times 11 a.m., 3 p.m. (60-min. demos) Rutgers on Ice

Busch Dining Hall, Outside What will emerge from a rough block of ice? Watch and wonder as a Rutgers ice sculptor wields unusual implements—chainsaw, chisel, shaver, and fork—to create way-cool artwork. Dining Services

12 p.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m. (30-min. demos) Scarlet Chef

Busch Dining Hall, Outside Sample the flavors of the Caribbean. A chef and a nutritionist cook up some tasty island cuisine and share cooking tips and techniques. Dining Services

Engineering Quad Area

All-day events 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. 20/20 Ball Toss

Ready, aim, toss! Each ball in the bucket reveals another fact about eye disease and the grassroots movement to eradicate curable blindness in India. Learn how you can help! RU 20/20

T-shirt, head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

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Register to vote, update your voting information, and learn about your voting rights and responsibilities. Students from RU Voting are on hand to help. Eagleton Institute of Politics, RU Voting Program

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Chemistry and You

Engineering Science Fair

Turn to page 4 for a list of options on the Busch Campus.

Battle of the Brains: Engineering Research Symposium

The Clothesline Project

Fiber Optics Materials Research Building, Lobby Watch as undergraduate engineering students present their research projects—big ideas and bold inventions—to a panel of professors. Who will emerge victorious? School of Engineering Life Sciences Building, Atrium Show you care! Learn about bone marrow donation and sign up to become a registered bone marrow donor. Community Cares

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Caring for Our Campus

Car Seat Safety

129 Davidson Road Is your child’s safety seat properly installed? Three out of four aren’t! Drive in and have our experts inspect your child’s car seat. Division of Administration and Public Safety & Rutgers Police

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Forget the gym! Stay in shape through childhood games like hopscotch and double-dutch jump rope as well as popular dances like salsa and the electric slide. Minority Association of Pre-Health Students

Fascinating Mind

Marvel at the wonders of the human mind. Psychology students challenge the way you think about your mind with quizzes, visual illusions, demonstrations, and hands-on activities. Department of Psychology

Flight Simulator

Steady hands and a keen eye? Take the controls of a flight simulator, guided by students of the Rutgers chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronauts. School of Engineering

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Engineering Design Showcase

Computing, Research, and Education (CoRE) Building, Lobby Watch as engineering students demonstrate their senior design projects, including a ball-sorting machine, tennis ball collector, paint machine, and automated skateboard. School of Engineering

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Learn about our efforts to promote campus stewardship through two community projects: a conservation garden and a resource-recovery drive to collect and reuse discarded items. New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, Solid Waste Resource Renewal Group

Exercise for the Fun of It

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“Go” for It!: Learn the Game of Go

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Got Questions?

Ask the clinician at the pharmacists’ table sponsored by Saint Peter’s Heathcare System. Saint Peter’s Healthcare System

The Greening of Scarlet

Learn about purchasing for the greener good at Science and Engineering Resource Center Rutgers. Ask us about Zero Waste Low Carbs and (SERC), Room 117 & Room 118 what we’re doing to prove that Waste Is Food. Help (9 a.m. – 12 p.m.); Allison Road Classroom us make a tree, too! Purchasing Department, Building (ARC), Room 105 (12 p.m. – 5 p.m.) Green Purchasing Program Interested in learning more about the School of Engineering? Welcome! Drop by and find out about IN life as a Rutgers engineer. School of Engineering F L L

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What’s it like to be a Rutgers engineer? Come find out through tours and information sessions that reveal the engineering life at Rutgers. School of Engineering

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Do You Wanna Dance?

Formula race cars, flight simulators, ice cream makers, and more. See fantasy transformed into reality by Rutgers engineers. Demonstrations and interactive activities galore! School of Engineering

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Learn to protect yourself from identify theft, malicious software, and other dangers that lurk on the internet. A fake cyberhacker even drops by to share some nefarious tricks of his trade. Office of Information Technology, Division of Information Protection and Security

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Stand against violence against women. View T-shirts created by Rutgers community members bearing witness to the experiences of survivors and their loved ones. Sexual Assault Services and Crime Victim Assistance

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Bone Marrow Drive

Candy-Counting Pharmacists

Wright-Rieman Chemistry Building, Lobby Chemistry impacts the food you eat, the air you breathe, the cars you drive, and the medicines you take. Discover how the work of Rutgers chemists affects your life every day. Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Put your mind to work! Grab a scavenger hunt quiz that guides you through the Engineering Science Fair. Find out what being a Rutgers engineer is all about. School of Engineering

T-shirt, head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

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Pharmacy Mini Health Fair

What’s living in your mouth? Swab your cheek or tongue, transfer the sample to an agar plate, and watch what grows! Biology students are on hand to help. Biology Club Wright-Rieman Chemistry Building, Outside Enter the fun and fascinating world of chemistry with Rutgers chemists as your guide. Watch students and faculty make liquid nitrogen ice cream, turn pennies different colors, and cook up additional surprises. Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology & Chemistry Society

Hands-On Computer Science

Hill Center, Outside Explore virtual reality, learning robots, computer art, and undersea gliders. Crack a brainteaser or two. Rutgers researchers take you on a tour of computer science breakthroughs. Department of Computer Science

Inside an Ambulance

Life Sciences Building, Outside Get an insider’s look at life inside an ambulance. Speak with EMTs—some of them Rutgers students—and learn about the lifesaving equipment they use every day. Health Professions Office

Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream

Watch as Rutgers’ student engineers make ice cream from liquid nitrogen. School of Engineering

MBS: Science Meets Business

Learn about the Master of Business and Science (MBS), a new Rutgers degree that brings together master’s level study in science, engineering, or mathematics with courses in business and policy. Professional Science Master’s Program

When you spot the Scarlet Knight—the Rutgers mascot—shake his hand, pose for a photo, or give a high-five. He’s the big man on campus! Division of Intercollegiate Athletics Help yourself to better health. Students and faculty offer free health screenings plus information on immunizations, smoking cessation, poison control, and more. Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy

Power to the People

Come learn about Rutgers students’ ambitious mission to build methane power plants in landfill communities around the world, creating self-sufficiency for these impoverished people. em[POWER], Rutgers Chapter

Psychology for Families

Have fun while learning how families can identify and discuss their feelings. Students and staff lead these family-friendly activities. Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP)

Reaching Out for Children’s Relief

Life Sciences Building, Atrium Learn how Rutgers students are reaching out to provide medical and humanitarian aid to underand uninsured children worldwide while conducting volunteer outreach right here in New Jersey. Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC)

Ride a Segway®

Here’s your chance! Take a spin on this twowheeled, motorized personal vehicle that balances itself using gyroscopes and tilt sensors. School of Engineering

Robotics at Rutgers

Marvel at the robotics feats of Rutgers engineering students, including a robot made of Legos that can respond to commands, identify objects, and recognize colors. School of Engineering

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Skeleton Detectives

Allison Road Classroom Building (ARC), Outside Discover the basics of forensic anthropology by using your powers of observation and the resources of the Rutgers Science Explorer, our mobile science-outreach lab. Middle-school-aged kids and older. Rutgers Science Explorer

Skills of a Surgeon?

Life Sciences Building, Atrium Think you’ve got what it takes to become a surgeon? Test your surgical skills and team-player acumen in a variety of fun and challenging games. Alpha Epsilon Delta, National Premedical Honor Society

Smile for Dental Education

Life Sciences Building, Atrium Tend to your teeth with the help of Rutgers’ aspiring dentists. Students present tips on dental hygiene and provide informational handouts. Pre-Dental Society

Student Research Symposium: Life Sciences Life Sciences Building, Atrium Come talk with students majoring in the life sciences about their research. Exhibits are continuous; student presentations begin at 1 p.m. Division of Life Sciences

Throw Stuff for Fun

Join the fight against gravity—juggle! Watch student jugglers amaze and amuse with balls, clubs, diabolos, and more. Do you dare try it yourself? Juggling Club

Totally “Hands-On” Science

Biomedical Engineering Building Try your hand at some of the biomedical marvels being developed in the RU Rehab Lab, including the Hand-Arm Neurodeveloper Interface, or HANDI. School of Engineering

Unite for Sight

Play “Pin the Glasses on the Face” and other fun games while learning about proper eye care and eye-problem prevention. Great for kids and the whole family. Unite for Sight

Welcome, Rutgers Parents!

Let us entertain you! Visit this stage for performances by some of Rutgers’ standout music and dance acts. 11:30 a.m. Rutgers Juggling Club

1 p.m. Bhangra — Dance troupe

12 p.m. RU Salsa Club

1:30 p.m. Rutgers University Queens Chorale

12:30 p.m. Iota Phi Theta Outlaw Step Showcase

2 p.m. Rutgers Queens Guard

Got a question? Ask any Campus Greeter in a neon-orange

2:30 p.m. Rutgers University Dhol Effect and Sher-E-Punjab Dance Academy 3 p.m. Tash Brothers — Rock & roll 3:30 p.m. Calico — Alternative rock

If your child is a Rutgers student—or a student-tobe—stop by our welcome tent. Enjoy light refreshments and meet members of the Rutgers family throughout the day. Rutgers Parents Association

Women in Science Game-a-Thon

Have fun while learning about women in science, from famous women scientists of history to today’s student scientists at Rutgers. Play tic-tac-toe, “Hangwoman,” and more. Office for the Promotion of Women in Science, Engineering, and Mathematics

Young Americans for Liberty

Chat with members of this Rutgers student group and browse their info table. Young Americans for Liberty

T-shirt, head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

Busch Campus 9 Engineering Quad Area Events listed by start times 11 a.m. (60-min. program) Tour the Universe

Physics Lecture Hall, Auditorium Travel through the Milky Way and into the universe beyond, via the Digital Universe software from the Hayden Planetarium. Department of Physics and Astronomy

11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m. (30-min. tours) Can-Do Chemists

Wright-Rieman Chemistry Building, Auditorium Chemists battle AIDS, harness nanotechnology, clean the environment, and rebuild bone with plastics. Find out what else chemists can do through demonstrations and hands-on activities. Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology

11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Stunning 3-D Visual Illusions

Science and Engineering Resource Center (SERC), Room 111 You won’t believe your eyes! Marvel at wonders like the hollow mask illusion and learn how they relate to current brain research. Center for Cognitive Science & Department of Biomedical Engineering

11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 3 p.m. (30-min. tours) Inside the Cell Bank

Nelson Biology Laboratories, Cell & DNA Repository Get an insider’s look at the Rutgers Cell and DNA Repository, the largest such university-based repository in the world. Experts are on hand to answer your questions. Division of Life Sciences, Department of Genetics

12 p.m., 2 p.m. (15-min. sessions) Take a Chance: The Magic of Statistics

Hill Center, Lobby Design paper helicopters. Put a new spin on a penny. Mine data for your career and internship match-ups. Odds are you’ll love our grand tour of the statistics lab. Department of Statistics and Biostatistics

12:30 p.m., 2 p.m. (30-min. sessions) Exploring the Life Sciences and Health Professions

Life Sciences Building, Auditorium Thinking about a career or college study in the life sciences and health professions? This information session is for you! Division of Life Sciences, Office of Undergraduate Instruction

12:30 p.m. – 2 p.m. Pheel the Physics!

Physics Lecture Hall Make a bowl hum, blow huge smoke rings, ogle a particle from outer space, and take a spin in an angular momentum chair. Let’s get physical with physics! Department of Physics and Astronomy

Meet the Scarlet Knight! All Day • All Over Rutgers’ own mascot, the Scarlet Knight, roams the Busch Campus all day long. When you spot him, don’t be bashful! March up, shake hands, pose for a photo, or give a high-five. This big man on campus loves to goof around with kids and grown-ups alike.

2:30 p.m. – 4 p.m. Phenomenal Faraday Physics

Physics Lecture Hall, Auditorium Find the fun in physics, whether you’re 5 or 105. Flowers shatter like glass. Hydrogen balloons explode. And that bed of nails? Well, come see for yourself! Department of Physics and Astronomy

Rutgers Stadium Area

Events listed by start times 11 a.m. Scarlet Knights Lacrosse

Yurcak Field Be part of the excitement as the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team battles rival Notre Dame in this key Big East contest. Division of Intercollegiate Athletics

11 a.m., 1 p.m. (45-min. sessions) Rutgers 101: An Introduction to Rutgers University

Visitor Center Join admissions counselors for an overview of Rutgers and tips on what high school students (and their parents!) should be doing now to get ready for applying to college. Undergraduate Admissions

12 p.m., 2 p.m. (60-min. sessions) My Rutgers: The Students Talk

Visitor Center Find out what it’s like to be a Rutgers student from those who know best: real Rutgers students. This interactive student panel provides an insider’s look at the university. Undergraduate Admissions

1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Sports Injury Prevention Clinic

Rutgers Stadium, Athletes Glen Visit with professionals from Saint Peter’s Sports Medicine Institute. Learn techniques to help prevent sports-related injuries and get information on rehabilitation programs. Saint Peter’s Healthcare System

3 p.m. Scarlet-White Football Game

Rutgers Stadium Spring practice ends with this long-standing Rutgers football tradition: an intrasquad showdown. For a small donation, you can preview the 2010 season and meet your favorite Scarlet Knights after the game. Division of Intercollegiate Athletics

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All-day events 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Undergraduate Admissions Open House

Visitor Center Enjoying Rutgers Day? Maybe you’d enjoy being a Rutgers student! Our new Visitor Center opens its doors to prospective students, their families, and others. Browse interactive displays and speak with admissions counselors. Undergraduate Admissions

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All-day events 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. 4-H’s Imagination in Action

Express yourself through visual arts, media, dance, theater, and music. Create and celebrate with youth in grades K–13 who are part of 4-H Expressive Arts programs. 4-H Youth Development

Newark and Camden There’s more to Rutgers than New Brunswick! Great things are happening on our Camden and Newark campuses, too. Check out their Rutgers Day tents in the Old Queens activity zone while you’re here.

Art Library Open House

Voorhees Hall, Art Library The Art Library is open for self—guided tours. Visit our information tent on Voorhees Mall, explore our library, and take part in our scavenger hunt for prizes. Rutgers University Libraries

Art & Poetry with Objet d’Art

Grow your creativity with the students of Objet d’Art magazine. Enjoy an art gallery; materials for free exploration; guided writing and art activities; and “The Beat,” performances featuring the dynamic Verbal Mayhem. Objet d’Art

The Art of Yoga

Explore the art, culture, and wisdom of bhakti yoga, a yoga practice focused on connecting heart and soul. We’re giving out cool henna tattoos, too! Bhakti–The Higher Taste

Be Your Own Masterpiece

Voorhees Hall, Art Library, Outside Beguile with a smile as Leonardo’s Mona Lisa. Exorcise your angst through Munch’s The Scream. Visitors can achieve immortality in great works of art and take home a souvenir photo. Department of Art History

Catholic Student Association

Real faith. Real action. Meet the students of this thriving campus ministry and support our efforts on behalf of African orphans with HIV. Catholic Student Association

Destination: Middle East!

Transport yourself to the Middle East without leaving Rutgers. Get a henna tattoo, see your name in Arabic, or get your picture taken in traditional dress. Center for Middle Eastern Studies

Educational Opportunity Fund: The Path to Success

Students in the SAS EOF program showcase the diverse achievements—in academics, student life, and cocurricular activities—attained by these highly motivated, economically disadvantaged New Jersey residents. School of Arts and Sciences Educational Opportunity Fund (SAS EOF)

Fromage Frenzy

Everything there is to know about French cheese! Test your knowledge, win a T-shirt, and learn about French culture. C’est magnifique! Department of French

Green Screen Getaway

Hungry? Not for long!

Voorhees Hall, Room 105 Visit Rutgers Day and explore the beach, the ocean, or outer space! A 3” x 5” keepsake photo proves you were there, and our green screen makes it all possible. Office of Information Technology

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Hispanic Cultures around the World

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Immerse yourself in the richness and diversity of Hispanic cultures—from Latin America to Spain, from Quechua to tango—in this visual world tour. Department of Spanish and Portuguese

Bound to Succeed: Rutgers Upward Bound

History’s Mysteries at Rutgers

Celebrate the accomplishments of a program that has been helping disadvantaged high school students succeed at the university for 43 years. Office of Undergraduate Education & Rutgers Upward Bound

Caring for Our Campus

Learn about our efforts to promote campus stewardship through two community projects: a conservation garden and a resource-recovery drive to collect and reuse discarded items. New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, Solid Waste Resource Renewal Group

Van Dyck Hall, Outside Student-historians share tantalizing tidbits from Rutgers’ past, including the secrets of Voorhees Mall, the site of the Red Lion Tavern, and the nearby burial place of three Rutgers presidents. Bonus: student-led tours at 10:30 a.m, 12 p.m., 1:30 p.m., and 3:30 p.m. Rutgers University Historical Society

Kids Can Make a Difference

Get creative while learning how you can get involved in community service—no matter your age. Crafts, face painting, and a live musical puppet show at 11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m., and 3 p.m. Office of the Associate Vice President for Academic and Public Partnerships in the Arts and Humanities

Got a question? Ask any Campus Greeter in a neon-orange

Making New Jersey Sustainable

Scott Hall, Outside Find out about Sustainable Jersey™, the municipal certification program promoting community-level involvement in sustainability issues. Drop by Scott Hall, Room 121, for a special lecture at 1:30 p.m. New Jersey Sustainable State Institute

Making Rutgers’ History

Van Dyck Hall, Outside Hear fascinating stories from alumni, faculty, and staff who have seen history made right here on the Banks. Inspired? Have your own Rutgers story recorded for posterity. Rutgers Oral History Archives & Department of History

MBS: Science Meets Business

Learn about the Master of Business and Science (MBS), a new Rutgers degree that brings together master’s-level study in science, engineering, or mathematics with courses in business and policy. Professional Science Master’s Program

ONE against Poverty

Learn what people of all beliefs and walks of life can accomplish when they unite as ONE to fight poverty, hunger, and disease in the world’s poorest countries. ONE Campaign

Parev! from Armenia

Say “Parev!”—“Hello!”—to Armenian culture. Taste traditional foods, play a game of tavloo, don traditional clothing, see your name written in Armenian, and much more! Armenian Club

Philosophy Café

Ponder the universe at Rutgers’ version of Les Deux Magots, the famed haunt of Parisian philosophers. We answer your questions and question your answers, while serving a mean espresso. Department of Philosophy, Philosophy Club & Philosophy Graduate Student Association

PhotoFest!

Smile for the camera! Student photographers are showing off their work, sharing fun photo activities with visitors, and, of course, taking lots of pictures. Photography Club

Relay Reading: To Kill a Mockingbird

Murray Hall, Outside Listen—or take a turn!—as students, faculty, alumni, and other literature lovers stage an all-day, continuous reading of Harper Lee’s classic novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Department of English

T-shirt, head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

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Meet the brothers of Phi Kappa Sigma and the sisters of Gamma Phi Beta and learn about their philanthropic activities. Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity & Gamma Phi Beta Sorority

Scavenger Hunt at the Zimmerli

Zimmerli Art Museum Solve the puzzles hidden in our galleries to win exciting prizes. Fun for the whole family! Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum

School of Arts and Sciences: Honors Student Art Exhibit

35 College Avenue Hidden talents are revealed in this exhibit of artworks created by honors students, most of whom are neither artists nor art students. School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program

Spin the Wheel and Find Out Your Horoscope!

Find out your ancient horoscope. Department of Religion

Talented Rutgers Future Scholars!

Join these 8th, 9th, and 10th graders from Rutgers’ host cities, expressing their artistry through face painting, talent shows, singing, music, arts and crafts, and much more. Office of the Vice President for Enrollment Management, Rutgers Future Scholars

A Taste of Italy

Take a virtual tour of some of Italy’s most beautiful cities: Venice, Rome, Florence, and Naples. Play trivia games, enjoy traditional dances, and get an introduction to the Italian language. Department of Italian

Teddy Bear Clinic

Zimmerli Art Museum, Outside Bring your favorite teddy bear or other stuffed friend to be weighed and measured and have its blood pressure taken by the friendly staff of Saint Peter’s Healthcare System. Saint Peter’s Healthcare System, Inc.

Welcome, Rutgers Parents!

If your child is a Rutgers student—or a student-tobe—stop by our welcome tent. Enjoy light refreshments and meet members of the Rutgers family throughout the day. Rutgers Parents Association

Wheel of Opportunities: Graduate and Professional Education

Is an advanced degree in your future? Spin the wheel and find out! Staff members answer your questions about Rutgers’ advanced degree programs and professional credit offerings. Graduate and Professional Admissions

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Events listed by start times 10:30 a.m., 12 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m. (45-min. tours) Van Dyck Hall, Outside

History’s Mysteries at Rutgers

Curious about the former location of the Red Lion Tavern? Want to see the churchyard where three Rutgers presidents are buried? Student-historians reveal these and other Rutgers mysteries during walking tours that depart from their table on Voorhees Mall. Rutgers University Historical Society

11 a.m. (90-min. performance) Chopin and Schumann: Piano at the Zimmerli

Zimmerli Art Museum, Lower Level Gallery Mason Gross professor Min Kwon and her piano students perform works by Chopin and Schumann. A performance for everyone—including young music lovers. Mason Gross School of the Arts, Department of Music

11 a.m. (45 min. session) Poetry Workshop for Kids

Murray Hall, Room 001 Get creative in a poetry workshop just for kids. Listen to children’s poetry read aloud, then pen a poem under the guidance of creative writing teachers. Parents must be present. Ages 6 and up. Department of English

Test Your Knowledge with Religion Jeopardy!

New Jersey Hall, Outside Join the fun as Rutgers’ theater arts community demonstrates clown characterization, makeup, costume distressing, scene painting, and other theatrical techniques. Mason Gross School of the Arts, Department of Theater Arts

Voice for Choice

Scott Hall, Outside Meet the students of RU Choice and get valuable info on women’s health, reproductive issues, health care reform, and the offerings of Rutgers Health Services. RU Choice

Zimmerli Art Museum Your portrait for posterity—or just for fun? Sit for a caricature artist and see yourself in a whole new light. Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum

11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Face Painting at the Zimmerli

Zimmerli Art Museum, Classroom Children’s faces become canvases for their favorite creatures and characters, via artworks by our talented face painters. Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum

11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Jewish Geographies in Time and Space

Scott Hall, Room 116 Travel from ancient Egypt to contemporary New York, with sojourns in ancient Babylonia, medieval Iberia, early modern Poland, and modern Israel. Let Rutgers’ Jewish Studies professors be your guides. Department of Jewish Studies

11 a.m., 11:45 a.m., 12:30 p.m. (30-min. sessions) Storytelling for Preschoolers

Zimmerli Art Museum Join storyteller Ellen Musikant for adventures of the imagination, sponsored by the PNC Foundation’s “Grow Up Great” program. Perfect for young children and their families. Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum

11 a.m., 1 p.m. (45-min. lectures) Jane Austen on Film

Murray Hall, Room 003 Why are Jane Austen’s multilayered novels so irresistible to filmmakers and filmgoers? Find out as Rutgers professor Barry V. Qualls discusses—and shows clips from—visual adaptations of her books. Department of English

THE BIG “R” STAGE

Test your knowledge about religion in a Jeopardy! game. Department of Religion

Theater Expo at Rutgers

11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Caricature Drawings

Let us entertain you! Visit this stage for performances by some of Rutgers’ standout music and dance acts. 10:30 a.m. Rutgers Children’s Choir

12:45 p.m. Rutgers Pep Rally!

11 a.m. Rutgers Youth Percussion Ensemble

1:15 p.m. The World Famous Gashouse Gang — Band

11:30 a.m. Talented Rutgers Future Scholars

2:30 p.m. Alpha Phi Alpha Step Show

12:15 p.m. Deep Treble — A cappella group

3 p.m. The “N” Result — Hip-hop, pop, and rock

Got a question? Ask any Campus Greeter in a neon-orange

T-shirt, head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

14 College Avenue Campus 11 a.m., 1 p.m. (45-min. sessions) Many Voices: Language Learning at Rutgers Language Lab, Rooms 104, 110 & 119 Explore the world’s languages through tours and fun learning activities, including songs, digital photo stories, virtual environments, and more. Language Institute

11:30 a.m., 1 p.m., 2:30 p.m. (30-min. sessions) Storytelling With You and Me

Graduate School of Education, Outside Puppets, props, and audience participation make these stories fun for the whole family. Students in Teacher Education spin tales and share storytelling materials for you to take home. Graduate School of Education

12 p.m. (45-min. workshop) Fiction Workshop for Kids

1 p.m. (45-min. lecture) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: From Page to Film

12 p.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m. (30-min. tours) Zimmerli Discovery Tours

1 p.m. (30-min. tour) Tour of the Writers House Collaboratory

Murray Hall, Room 001 Get creative in a fiction workshop just for kids. Listen to children’s work read aloud, then pen a story under the guidance of creative writing teachers. Parents must be present. Ages 6 and up. Department of English & Writers House

Zimmerli Art Museum Get a VIP look at the museum’s special exhibitions and permanent collections via small-group tours led by a docent. Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum

Murray Hall, Room 003 The visual depictions of Dr. Jekyll and his monstrous alter ego, Mr. Hyde, have changed a great deal over time. See film clips and enjoy an enlightening talk by Rutgers professor Barry V. Qualls. Department of English

Murray Hall, Room 038 Explore the new high-tech collaboratory space at Writers House, designed to permit collaborative work using new media. Department of English & Writers House

1:30 p.m. (30-min. workshop) Fusion Dance Workshop

Murray Hall The red doors of Murray Hall are wide open on Rutgers Day. Join the English department and Writers House for a buildingwide celebration of words and the ideas they inspire.

11 a.m., 2:30 p.m. (20-min. each) Voices Carry: A Cappella Workshop

Scott Hall, Room 135 Vocal virtuoso and beatbox bravado! Members of this Rutgers a cappella group lead tricks-of-thetrade tutorials for aspiring singers. Deep Treble

11:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m. (30-min. sessions) The English Major at Rutgers

Murray Hall, Room 002 Come and learn what this major is all about at Rutgers’ nationally ranked English department. Explore literature courses, options for concentrations, creative writing, and more! Department of English

12 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m. (30-min. shows) Physics Magic Show

Graduate School of Education, Outside Marvel as physics and magic meld to make things grow, move, disappear, and change color. Students who are learning to be physics teachers lead the adventure. Graduate School of Education

12 p.m., 12:30 p.m., 1 p.m., 1:30 p.m. (20-min. workshops) Children’s Art Workshop

12 p.m., 1:30 p.m. (20-min. shows) A 4 Effort Improv Comedy

Scott Hall, Room 135 Laugh out loud at the antics of Rutgers’ improvisational comedy group. Throw out your wildest suggestions: these student-comedians turn them into outrageous improv scenes and games. A 4 Effort: Improvisational Comedy Group

12:30 p.m. (30-min. class) Children’s Creative Dance Class

New Jersey Hall, Outside Children ages 3 to 5 can explore their artistic and creative capacities in this supportive, noncompetitive sample dance class taught by a Rutgers dance instructor. Mason Gross School of the Arts Extension Division

1 p.m. (30-min. class) Children’s Creative Dance Class

New Jersey Hall, Outside Children ages 6 to 8 can explore their artistic and creative capacities in this supportive, noncompetitive sample dance class taught by a Rutgers dance instructor. Mason Gross School of the Arts Extension Division

Zimmerli Art Museum, Classroom Kids aged 5 to 13 can create a masterpiece, inspired by artworks in the Zimmerli’s galleries and guided by professional artists and art educators. Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum

Got a question? Ask any Campus Greeter in a neon-orange

New Jersey Hall, Outside Explore African, modern, hip-hop, and creative dance, accompanied by polyrhythmic percussion music and led by Rutgers dance professor Kimani Fowlin. Great for ages 13–18. Mason Gross School of the Arts Extension Division

1:30 p.m. (30-min. lecture) Making New Jersey Sustainable

Scott Hall, Room 121 Learn about Sustainable Jersey™, the municipal certification program promoting community-level involvement in sustainability issues. Hear a lecture and ask questions. New Jersey Sustainable State Institute

1:30 p.m. (90-min. performance) Operation Adelmo: The Clown Prince of Opera

Zimmerli Art Museum Baritone Adelmo Guidarelli—a finalist in the Luciano Pavarotti International Voice Competition— delights all with family-friendly opera that combines humor and masterful vocals. Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum

2 p.m. (50-min. workshop) Creative Writing Workshop for Adults

Murray Hall, Room 001 Get creative in a workshop designed for adults, with guidance and exercises provided by creative writing teachers. Work written in this workshop can be presented at a 3 p.m. reading. Department of English & Writers House

3 p.m. (45-min. session) Poetry Reading Featuring Rutgers Authors

Murray Hall, Room 111 Enjoy poetry out loud, presented by students and teachers in the Writers House Creative Writing Program as well as some Rutgers Day workshop participants. Department of English & Writers House

T-shirt, head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

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All-day events 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. 3,000 Strong: Rutgers’ Muslim Students

Bishop House, Outside Discover a club whose Rutgers’ roots reach back into the 1960s. Play games, win prizes, and learn about the contributions of the Muslim community at Rutgers. Muslim Student Association

Athletic Equipment “Petting Zoo”

College Avenue Gym, Outside Get a feel for equipment used by Rutgers student-athletes in actual competition. Try on a catcher’s mask, shoulder pads, and more. Division of Intercollegiate Athletics

Basketball Shootout

Bishop House, Outside Shoot as many baskets as you can in one minute. Did you break the high score for your age group? You win a LIVESTRONG bracelet! Sigma Phi Delta

Carnival Games

Get Your Rutgers Gear

College Avenue Gym, Outside Purchase a Rutgers Day T-shirt and show your Rutgers spirit! Drop by and purchase all kinds of Rutgers products—hats, clothing, pennants, and other goodies—with the Scarlet Knights logo. Barnes & Noble College Booksellers

Greek Life: Philanthropy Fair 2010

Bishop House, Outside Learn what Rutgers’ 50 fraternities and sororities are doing to create positive change in our community, from charity fundraising to volunteer service. Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

Haircuts for Hope

Bishop House, Outside Create cards that will bring smiles to children in local hospitals. Learn about our upcoming campus event, where we’ll be cutting hair and donating it for wigs for ill children. Haircuts for Hope

Help Us Help Haiti

Bishop House, Outside Try your skill—or just your luck!—at a riot of carnival games, including Ring Any Bottle, First and 10, Tip a Troll, Crazy Ball, and more. Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs

Bishop House, Outside Join students of the College Avenue residence halls in supporting earthquake relief for Haiti. Plus activities for kids and an insider’s look at living on College Ave. Residence Hall Association, College Avenue Campus

Craft with Phi Kappa Tau and Friends

Latinos at Rutgers

Bishop House, Outside Kids, get crafty with the brothers of Phi Kappa Tau. Make cool stuff and support Hole in the Wall Gang Camps, serving kids with serious and lifethreatening illnesses. Phi Kappa Tau

Discover Demarest

Demarest Hall, Outside Enjoy the camaraderie of Demarest Hall, the only residence hall completely dedicated to specialinterest housing and home to coffeehouses, drag shows, poi spinning, and 10 special-interest sections. Demarest Hall Government

Center for Latino Arts and Culture, 122 College Avenue, Outside Take a walk down memory lane and enjoy an exhibition of memorabilia, artifacts, photos, and posters celebrating 40 years of Latino presence at Rutgers. Center for Latino Arts and Culture, Department of Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies & Latino Student Council

Live Well, Lift Weights!

College Avenue Gym, Outside No more excuses! Lift your way to greater strength and better health—student weight lifters are ready to show you how. Weightlifting Club

The Medium’s Happytime Funtable

Bishop House, Outside Free things? You want free things? Drop by and you just might get some! Plus, witness the return of the giant personal wall and write up a storm if you wish. The Medium

Meet Air Force ROTC Detachment 485

College Avenue Gym, Outside What does it take to be an officer in the U.S. Air Force? Find out about scholarships, careers, and the high-tech training that Air Force ROTC provides for Rutgers students. Air Force ROTC Detachment 485

Meet Delta Lambda Phi

Bishop House, Outside Learn more about this national social fraternity for gay, bisexual, and progressive men and its Rutgers chapter. Delta Lambda Phi

Meet Lambda Tau Omega

Bishop House, Outside Drop by our table, chat with our sisters, and discover the fun and friendship of our sorority. Lambda Tau Omega Sorority, Inc.

Meet Sigma Lambda Gamma

Bishop House, Outside Speak with students in the nation’s largest and fastest-growing historically Latina sorority, and learn what they’re doing to empower women of all cultural backgrounds. Sigma Lambda Gamma

Fair-Trade Water Balloon Toss

Bishop House, Outside Cool down with a water balloon toss, then dry off by browsing fair-trade products from around the world. Have fun and support social justice. Oxfam Rutgers

Scarlet Stage

“Fly Delt” Fast Pitch

showcasing comedy, dance, singing, music, and acts like these:

Show time! Student performers give it the old college try on this stage,

Bishop House, Outside How’s your arm? See how fast you can throw a baseball—and maybe win a prize. Then stay and chat with the brothers of this awesome fraternity. Phi Delta Theta

• AMAR La Bomba Afro Puerto

Fun with ROAR

• Best Bands of the Brunz

Bishop House, Outside Kids become their favorite storybook characters and creatures with the help of Rutgers students who love to read—and paint faces! Plus temporary tattoos, interactive storytelling, and carnival games. Reach Out and Read

Rican Dance Ensemble • Delta Lambda Phi Greek Sing

Got a question? Ask any Campus Greeter in a neon-orange

• The LMAO Comedy Show • 2010 Step Into the Spotlight Performance Winners • 100% Cotton

T-shirt, head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

16 College Avenue Campus Rutgers Students for Deborah Hospital

Bishop House, Outside Get a lollipop, heart-shaped temporary tattoo, or free BMI screening and fit check. While you visit, learn how Rutgers students support Deborah Hospital. Deborah Hospital Foundation, Rutgers Chapter

RU-tv Live!

Rutgers Student Center, Outside Lights, camera, action! Rutgers’ student-run television network is broadcasting live from Rutgers Day. Tell your story on air or join a demo session with the RU-tv crew. RU-tv Network, Campus Information Services & University Relations

Step Into the Spotlight Campus Art Exhibit

Rutgers Student Center, Outside Meet the winners of the 2010 Step Into the Spotlight Residence Life Art Competition. Enjoy an exhibit of their award-winning artwork. Residence Life & Residence Hall Association

Study Abroad at Rutgers

102 College Avenue Oh, the places you’ll go! Learn about studying abroad while enjoying international fun: Japanese origami, the many languages of Dr. Seuss, and a world geography contest. Prizes, too! Rutgers Study Abroad

Robotic Surgery

Rutgers Student Center, Outside With the da Vinci Surgical System, surgeons and hospitals are re-inventing traditional standards for surgical care. Visit the Robert Wood Johnson

University Hospital display to learn more about this amazing technology. You can see this fascinating system in action, learn how it’s used to treat serious medical conditions and actually have a chance to operate the da Vinci robot! Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital

Brower Commons Area Events listed by start times

11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m. (30-min. shows) Combat to Cat Fight: Love and War in the Greco-Roman World

Brower Commons Steps Witness mythical scenes of strife from ancient Greece and Rome: Divine petty jealousies! No-holdsbarred combat! Romance gone awry among heroes, monsters, and goddesses! Department of Classics

Alexander Library Area

All-day events 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Celebrate German Culture

172 College Avenue, Outside Enjoy a fun-filled day of hands-on activities, live performances, and delicious food, all reflective of German-speaking culture. Department of Germanic, Russian, and East European Languages and Literatures

Chabad: Heartbeat of Campus Jewish Life

Chabad House, Outside Sample Jewish life on the Rutgers campus. Stop by for five minutes or stay for a chat. Shabbat Shalom! Chabad Jewish Student Organization

Family Portrait

School of Communication and Information Building, Outside Make your Rutgers Day experience a memorable one by taking home a picture of your family. School of Communication and Information

German Honor Society’s Rutgersfest

Alexander Library The library is open for self-guided tours, gallery exhibits, family-friendly activities, and a slide show about Rutgers’ 19th-century Japanese students. Rutgers University Libraries

172 College Avenue, Outside Join students of the German program for hands-on activities, live performances, delicious food—and a few surprises. Delta Phi Alpha National German Honor Society & Department of Germanic, Russian, and East European Languages and Literatures

Benevolent Patriot: The Life and Times of Henry Rutgers

Gifts Galore: Raffle at SC&I

Alexander Library Open House

Alexander Library Get to know Rutgers’ namesake through an exhibit of maps, documents, and illustrations as well as personal artifacts that belonged to this Revolutionary War officer and philanthropist. Rutgers University Libraries

School of Communication and Information Building, Lobby You have to be in it to win it! Prizes range from cool electronic gadgets to gift certificates from local restaurants. School of Communication and Information (SC&I)

Make Your Mark

Alexander Library Create your own bookmark to celebrate books, libraries, or anything else worth celebrating. We supply the materials, you supply the imagination. Rutgers University Libraries

Community Zone Stop by tables and displays along College Avenue offered by our community partners and neighbors. • Crossroads Theatre

• New Brunswick Fire Department

• Elijah’s Promise

• New Brunswick Police Department

• Friends of the New Brunswick

• New Jersey National Guard

Free Public Library

• Puerto Rican Action Board

• George Street Playhouse

• Rotary Club of New Brunswick

• League of Women Voters

• State Theatre

of New Jersey • New Brunswick City Market

• Voices of September 11th • Women Aware

• New Brunswick Cultural Center

Got a question? Ask any Campus Greeter in a neon-orange

Rutgers in Virtual 3-D

School of Communication and Information Building, Student Lounge Explore Rutgers using Photosynth, a software application that analyzes digital photographs and generates 3-D models of conventional photographs. School of Communication and Information

Scavenger Hunt: Alexander Library

Enter the labyrinth—also known as Alexander Library—and search for answers to simple questions. Learn about the library’s resources—and maybe win a prize. Rutgers University Libraries

A Taste of Summer

Alexander Library, Outside Enjoy the sounds and foods of summer, with performances by a live band and free samples of tasty BBQ treats. Office of Summer and Winter Sessions

T-shirt, head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

College Avenue Campus 17 Wheel of SC&I

School of Communication and Information Building, Lobby Spin the wheel and have all your questions answered—questions about the school and its education in communication and information, that is. School of Communication and Information (SC&I)

Alexander Library Area

Art & Artists 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. Civic Square Building • Downtown New Brunswick Discover the talented visual artists of Mason Gross School of the Arts. View gallery exhibits and a drawing marathon. Meet student artists and

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discuss their muses and mediums. Explore the personal studios of

11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Knock-Out Apps!

graduate and undergraduate students. Watch master printmakers

School of Communication and Information Building, Lobby Launch sandbags at a giant iPod Touch. Did you knock out three apps in a row? You’re a winner! One lucky player wins an actual iPod Touch. School of Communication and Information

12:30 p.m. – 4 p.m. Mocktail Social

School of Communication and Information Building Mix and mingle with faculty, staff, and students of the School of Communication and Information. Sample foods and sip on virgin cocktails. School of Communication and Information

1 p.m. Behind the Lines: Reporting on War

School of Communication and Information Building, Lounge & Lecture Hall What do correspondents face when reporting from the front lines? Notable speakers reflect on their experiences as wartime reporters. Society of Professional Journalists, Rutgers Chapter

1 p.m. (60-min. discussion) Fad or Fact?: Debating Social Media

School of Communication and Information Building Is social media truly transforming the way we communicate—or is it a passing fad? Expert professors and the students who study with them debate the pros and cons. School of Communication and Information

1 p.m., 3 p.m. (60-min. sessions) Alumni Panel

School of Communication and Information Building, Outside How did television’s Natalie Morales and James Gandolfini get their start? Right here at the School of Communication and Information! Listen as other alumni discuss their exciting jobs in media and communications. School of Communication and Information

and papermakers create original artworks. You’re sure to find a masterpiece!

1 p.m. – 3 p.m. Genealogy Workshop and Open House

Alexander Library, Basement Level Find your New Jersey ancestors in Special Collections and University Archives. Janet Riemer reviews the archives’ genealogical resources, while Ronald Accoo provides pointers on AfricanAmerican research. Rutgers University Libraries

1:30 p.m. (30-min. presentation) How Jersey Are You?

12 p.m. – 4 p.m. MFA Open Art Studios

Civic Square Building, Studios Wander the open studios of MFA students in the visual arts and explore gallery exhibits, special installations, and more. Mason Gross School of the Arts, Department of Visual Arts

12 p.m. – 4 p.m. Open House: Prints and Paper

Alexander Library, Lecture Hall Take a tour through the Garden State’s contributions to history. How many Jersey icons can you identify in this presentation by author and Rutgers professor Helen Pike? Rutgers University Libraries

Civic Square Building, Rooms 202, 203 & 213 Watch as master printers and papermakers create artworks—then try it yourself! View works on display and talk with the artists. Mason Gross School of the Arts, Department of Visual Arts, Printmaking & Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions

1:30 p.m. (45-min. session) Interview like the Pros

12 p.m. – 4 p.m. Undergraduate Artists Open Studios

School of Communication and Information Building Dissect the interview styles of televised personalities—celebrities, politicians, and athletes—and learn how to adapt their techniques for your own job or school interviews. School of Communication and Information

Civic Square

Events listed by start times 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. Drawing Marathon

Civic Square Building, Hallways & 3rd-Floor Student Lounge Watch as student artists turn the Civic Square Building into a canvas for a collaborative work of art: huge—but temporary—wall drawings. Or stop by afterward to see the end product. Mason Gross School of the Arts, Department of Visual Arts

Got a question? Ask any Campus Greeter in a neon-orange

Civic Square Building, 4th-Floor Classrooms Explore classrooms turned into open studios showcasing handpicked works by Rutgers undergraduate students in the visual arts. Mason Gross School of the Arts, Department of Visual Arts

12 p.m.– 4 p.m. Visual Arts Exhibition

Civic Square Building What happens when upper-class visual arts students turn hallways into their own exhibition space? Something worth seeing! Mason Gross School of the Arts, Department of Visual Arts

T-shirt, head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

18 Cook/Douglass Campus

Cook/Douglass Campus There’s fun aplenty on the George H. Cook Campus, home of the School of

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Food Science Building, Outside Delicious freshly grilled foods plus snacks and cold drinks will be served by the Graduate Student Association—enjoy a bite while touring the G.H. Cook Campus. Food Science Graduate Student Association

zone schedule and start exploring!

Health and Wellness Tent

Environmental and Biological Sciences, and the Douglass Campus, home of the Douglass Residential College for women. Spread across three activity areas are the New Jersey Folk Festival, all your Ag Field Day favorites, and

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All-day events 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. 39th Annual Farm Animal Show

Farm Area Bring the kids to tour the barns and admire our baby animals. Students exhibit dairy cattle, goats, horses, pigs, and sheep. Department of Animal Sciences

Animal Science BBQ

Round House, Outside Hot off the grill, your favorite barbecued goodies, cooked by faculty members and served by students. Society of Animal Science

Ask the State Climatologist

Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Outside Is New Jersey getting warmer? Did it rain or shine on the day you were born? Rutgers’ weather experts answer your questions. Office of the New Jersey State Climatologist

Banana Boats and Ice Cream Floats

Round House, Outside Stop by anytime for a peanut butter (or Nutella) and banana sandwich and a root beer float. You’ll support graduate students traveling to present their research. Endocrinology and Animal Biosciences Graduate Student Organization

Career Services

Round House, Outside Explore careers in the environmental, biological, and animal sciences and learn what Rutgers’ Career Services does for students. Career Services

Discover Rutgers at SEBS and Meet the Dean

College Farm Road Find out how the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences (SEBS) improves life in New Jersey every day. View displays, learn about community events, and enjoy demonstrations by faculty and students. Office of Community Engagement

Energetic Ocean

Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Outside What role do winds play in mixing the ocean? How do pollutants dumped in the ocean spread across the world? Answers are revealed in an interactive demonstration. Oceanography Graduate Students Association

THE BIG “R” STAGE Let us entertain you! Visit this stage for performances by some of Rutgers’ standout music and dance acts. 11 a.m. Middle Eastern Belly Dance Troupe 11:30 a.m. Music for the Soul – Featuring Richard Moses 12 p.m. Cabaret Theatre 12:30 p.m. Portuguese Folklore Dancing 1 p.m. Orphan Sporks – A capella pop, rock, and hip-hop 1:30 p.m. Rutgers Yo-Yo Club 2 p.m. Andrew Shen – Acoustic music 2:30 p.m. Radio Midnight – Rock & roll band 3:30 p.m. Sara Live – A Rutgers–New Brunswick band

Every Day Is Earth Day

College Farm Road Pursue wellness in and out of college. We show you how, through interactive activities that enhance your knowledge about healthy behaviors. Health Services & Health Outreach, Promotion, Education (HOPE)

Horse Around with Rutgers’ Equestrians

Farm Area Horse-crazy kids will love this! Paint your own horseshoes, figurines, and bobbleheads and learn about Rutgers’ student equestrians. Equestrian Team

Jersey Coast Touch Tank

Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Outside It’s a creature close-up! Touch sea stars, hermit crabs, horseshoe crabs, and more, while learning cool facts about marine life along the Jersey coast. Oceanography Graduate Students Association

Jersey Shore Treasure Hunt

Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Outside Sift some sand to reveal treasures of the Jersey Shore: surf clam, knobbed whelk, skate egg case, and more. How many can you identify? Oceanography Graduate Students Association

Meet the Equine Science Club

Farm Area Learn about the many social, academic, and recreational opportunities the club offers to students who ride horses—or just love them! Equine Science Club

Meet the Rutgers Mounted Patrol Horses

Farm Area Stop by our barn to meet the horses and riders who protect the Rutgers community. We’re the only student-run mounted patrol unit in the country. Mounted Patrol & National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)-Rutgers

Environmental & Natural Resource Sciences Building, Outside Do your part to protect New Jersey’s most precious resource: water. Learn about rain gardens, rain barrels, and other water conservation initiatives. Department of Environmental Science, New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station & Rutgers Cooperative Extension

Movie Screening: Volcanoes of the Deep Sea

Farm Animal Petting Zoo

New Jersey State 4-H Dog Show

Farm Area Kids, get to know the friendly animals on the Rutgers farm: piglets, sheep, goats, and more. Students are on hand to supervise. Veterinary Science Club

Got a question? Ask any Campus Greeter in a neon-orange

Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Alampi Room See the spectacular film showcasing the discovery by Rutgers oceanographers of hot springs and unknown ecosystems in the deep oceans. Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences Skelley Field When canines compete, everyone wins! Watch 4-H members from across New Jersey show off their dog-handling skills in obedience, showmanship, and agility competitions. 4-H Youth Development

T-shirt, head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

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20 Cook/Douglass Campus Our Future Ocean

Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences Are greenhouse gases changing ocean chemistry? How will coral reefs and other marine ecosystems be affected? Learn about the potential impact of increased carbon dioxide on ocean life. Oceanography Graduate Students Association

Pictures with Puppies and Dog Basket Giveaway

Farm Area Have your picture taken with a Seeing Eye puppy and enter a raffle to win a dog-themed gift basket. Seeing Eye Puppy Raising Club

Polly the Pollutant’s Journey

Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Outside Follow Polly the Pollutant as she journeys through the Hudson River watershed and into the ocean. Along the way, discover how a microscopic pollutant can affect clams, fish, and other marine life thousands of times its size. Oceanography Graduate Students Association

Rain Barrel Art Show

Environmental & Natural Resource Sciences Building, Lobby Rain barrels can be a beautiful addition to your landscape. See our painted rain barrels and learn about the One Barrel at a Time Co-op. Rutgers Cooperative Extension, Water Resources Program

Food Hungry? Not for long! Turn to page 4 for a list of options on the Cook/Douglass Campus.

Reconnect with Rutgers Food Science

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11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Open House: Center for Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis

Environmental & Natural Resource Sciences Building, Remote Sensing Lab Visit the center for interactive tours and demonstrations of satellite remote sensing and geographic information system (GIS) technologies. Bring home a New Jersey satellite image poster. Grant F. Walton Center for Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis

11 a.m.; 1 p.m.; 3 p.m. (60-min. demos) Scarlet Chef

College Farm Road Watch—and taste!—as the Scarlet Chef reveals the secrets of preparing foods that are both healthy and delicious. Dining Services

12 p.m.; 2 p.m. (60-min. demos) Rutgers on Ice

College Farm Road What will emerge from a rough block of ice? Watch and wonder as a Rutgers ice sculptor wields unusual implements—chainsaw, chisel, shaver, and fork—to create a way-cool artwork. Dining Services

12 p.m. – 4 p.m. Weigh-In: Your Family vs. a Horse

Red Horse Barn Gather your family (and friends and pets), step onto the scale, and find out if your group weighs more than a horse! Learn about Rutgers’ horse programs and preview our upcoming horse auction. Department of Animal Sciences, Equine Science Center & Young Horse Research and Teaching Program

1 p.m.; 2 p.m. (30-min. demos) High-Speed Horses

Red Horse Barn Have you ever seen a horse run on a treadmill? Experience a thrilling demonstration of the highspeed, adrenaline-pumping, heart-racing equine treadmill. Equine Science Center

chair. Kids, pick up environmentally safe temporary tattoos, stickers, and coloring books. Division of Administration and Public Safety

Baby Geniuses: Infant Memory and Learning Find out how you and your little one can contribute to our understanding of infant memory by participating in the Rutgers Early Learning Project. Free balloons and giveaways. Department of Psychology

Be an Ocean Explorer

Lipman House, Outside Explore the ocean through fun, hands-on activities and find out what it’s like to be an ocean scientist. Kids earn certification as a Rutgers COOL Ocean Explorer! Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences

Big Dig

Loree Building, Outside Get your pith helmets! Aspiring Indiana Joneses will love this mock archaeological dig. Experts are on hand to help you interpret your findings. Department of Anthropology

Boisterous Biochemistry and Marvelous Microbes

Lipman Hall, Outside Microbes are everywhere! Discover them in Passion Puddle and isolate DNA from a pea. Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, G.H. Cook Biochemistry and Microbiology Club & Rutgers’ Student Chapter of the American Society for Microbiology

Careers in Agricultural Education

Red Oak Lane Learn about careers in agricultural education and the demand for these teachers in the Garden State. Get info on Rutgers’ education programs in agriscience and agriculture. School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, Science Teacher Education

Caring for Our Campus

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Learn about our efforts to promote campus stewardship through two community projects: a conservation garden at Foran Hall and a resourcerecovery drive to collect and reuse discarded items. New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, Solid Waste Resource Renewal Group

College Farm Road Welcome the spring growing season by taking home some Jersey Fresh asparagus and learning more about the Rutgers chapter of the Slow Food movement. Slow Food Rutgers

Alpha Zeta Pork BBQ

Climb That Tree!

Martin Hall, Outside Members of the fraternity are cooking up pork sandwiches and fresh-cut fries, just for you. Alpha Zeta Fraternity

Red Oak Lane What kid doesn’t love to climb trees? Strap on a full rock-climbing belay system and scale one of Passion Puddle’s majestic trees. Outdoors Club

We Scream for Ice Cream

Annual Plant Sale

Comic Strip Superstars

Food Science Building, McLinn Auditorium Return to Rutgers and reconnect with fellow Food Science alumni. Enjoy a tour, continental breakfast, and networking with professors and classmates. Department of Food Science

Slow Food at Rutgers

Food Science Building, Outside Homemade ice cream, in a variety of flavors, whipped up right on campus by students of the Food Science Club. It’s a 15-year tradition! Food Science Club

What’s for Dinner, Rutgers?

College Farm Road It’s a challenge that would make the Iron Chef quiver! Learn how we prepare more than 3 million tasty and nutritious meals for Rutgers students each year. Dining Services

All-day events 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Red Oak Lane Stock up on tomato and other vegetable plants to grow in your own garden. Graduate students in plant biology are on hand to offer advice and answer questions. Cook Researchers of Plant Science (CROPS)

Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?

Red Oak Lane Test your knowledge about storm water. Every correct answer earns you one minute in a massage

Got a question? Ask any Campus Greeter in a neon-orange

Loree Building, Computer Center Think you’re a real character? Drop by and create a comic strip with you in the starring role. Office of Information Technology

Cook Community Alumni Gathering

Red Oak Lane Catch up with old friends—and make new ones— under the alumni tent. We provide snacks, giveaways, and a place to put your feet up. Cook/ CAES Alumni Association

T-shirt, head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

Cook/Douglass Campus 21 COOL Underwater Robots

Lipman House, Outside Watch as students from the Rutgers University Coastal Ocean Observation Lab (RU COOL) fly a robotic glider in Passion Puddle. It’s a short reprise of last year’s history-making flight across the Atlantic Ocean! Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences

Creepies, Crawlies, and Other Creatures

Blake Hall, Outside Don’t be squeamish! Get close to the world’s creepiest critters: tarantulas, scorpions, spiny cockroaches, and more. Examine bedbugs magnified 400 times, eat a wax worm cookie, or bet on a live cockroach race. Department of Entomology

Cultural Crafts and Foods

Martin Hall, Outside Youth and volunteer leaders display cultural crafts and foods in support of positive opportunities for New Brunswick’s young Latinos. New Brunswick 4-H Club & Middlesex County 4-H

Dig It: Soils of New Jersey

Lipman Hall, Outside Discover the wide variability of New Jersey’s soils, from the loamy sands of the coastal plain to the clay loam of the highlands. Identify the soil on your property, and take home a soil test kit for growing healthier plants. Soil Testing Laboratory

DNA for Rutgers Day

Red Oak Lane Bring home a Rutgers Day souvenir—your own DNA! Biotechnology students help visitors collect skin cells and unleash and preserve the DNA within. Designer Genes

Doggy Snack Shack

Red Oak Lane Dogs get hungry, too! Treat your favorite furry friend to a healthy and delicious canine snack. Kappa Omicron Nu

Douglass Goes Green!

Loree Building, Outside Learn to think green and go green through fun games and activities. We’ve made environmental activism a key component of campus life: come see how! Douglass Residential College

Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series Mabel Smith Douglass Library, Gallery

This showcase for contemporary women artists continues at the Douglass Library with its current exhibit, “Illusive Balance: Transcendental Pattern and Layered Surface.” Rutgers University Libraries & Institute for Women and Art

EcoGSA Book Sale & More

Plant Physiology Building, Outside

Support graduate students in ecology and evolution. Browse a wide selection of low-priced books or purchase a birdhouse for your backyard. Alumni, pick up a canvas bag and T-shirt. Ecology and Evolution Graduate Student Association (EcoGSA)

Face It: The Artists of Latin America Red Oak Lane

Fascinated by Frida? Puzzled by Picasso? Delighted by Dali? Try out painting techniques used by these influential Spanish and Latin American artists—on paper and on faces! Latin American Student Organization

Face Painting and Jewelry Making Martin Hall, Outside

Kids, get your face painted or make simple beaded necklaces and bracelets. Middlesex County 4-H Teen Council

Fascinating Facts about Bats, Bees, and Other Flyers Loree Building, Outside

Bats and bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. Enjoy a please-touch table and learn about wonderful flying creatures from Carol Butler, coauthor of the Rutgers Animal Q&A Series books. Rutgers University Press

RUTGERS GARDENS It’s spring, and Rutgers Gardens is blooming! Stroll our gardens, admire our plant collections, or wander the bamboo forest and Helyar Woods. For an expert perspective, meet at the Log Cabin parking lot for these one-hour walks of Helyar Woods, guided by graduate students in the Department of Ecology and Evolution:

8 a.m. Birding Tour 10 a.m. Reptile and Amphibian Walk 11 a.m. Wildflower Walk Please note that the Rutgers Day Bus Loop does not stop at the gardens.

Fight the Black Knight!

Red Oak Lane Do you dare challenge the Black Knight? Kids aged 3 to 14 learn basic martial arts techniques before testing their mettle against this fierce fighter. Martial Arts Club

Floriculture Plant Sale

Floriculture Greenhouse Support the teaching greenhouses and take home some unique plants. Department of Plant Biology and Pathology

Foran Conservation Garden

Foran Hall, Courtyard Look and linger in the garden courtyard outside Foran Hall, created and stewarded by the Rutgers community. Native plants, rain gardens, a Charles Fahlen sculpture, and more. Tours all day plus a hands-on planting activity in the morning. New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, Solid Waste Resource Renewal Group

Fossils and Human Evolution

Loree Building, Outside Unearth your past! See and touch casts of some of the most important fossils for understanding human evolution. Rutgers anthropologists explain their significance to our evolutionary history. Department of Anthropology

Get into Green Computing

Blake Hall, Outside Learn about green computing practices that can save energy, reduce carbon footprints, and generate less output. Interactive games make it fun for the whole family. Office of Information Technology, Microcomputer Support Services Group

Get Medieval with Scarlet Cross

Red Oak Lane Students of Rutgers’ medieval reenactment society demonstrate combat techniques from the Dark Ages and share their knowledge of medieval history. Scarlet Cross

Got a question? Ask any Campus Greeter in a neon-orange

Get Moving, Get Healthy

Martin Hall, Outside Get expert advice on maintaining health through family meals, healthy food choices, physical activity, and other nutrition and lifestyle changes. Department of Family and Community Health Sciences

Get Your Douglass Apparel

Loree Building, Outside Show your support for women-centered education by picking up some Douglass Residential College apparel. Red Pine Ambassadors

Get Your Rutgers Gear

Cook/Douglass Bookstore, Corner of Nichol Ave. and Lipman Dr. Purchase a Rutgers Day T-shirt and show your Rutgers spirit! Drop by and purchase all kinds of Rutgers products—hats, clothing, pennants, and other goodies. Barnes & Noble College Booksellers

Green Screen Getaway

Loree Building, Computer Center Explore the beach, the ocean, or outer space! A 3” x 5” keepsake photo proves you were there, and our green screen makes it all possible. Office of Information Technology

Helping Hands to Heal the Middle East

Loree Building, Outside Explore the Middle East through food, embroidery, and hands-on arts and crafts projects for kids. Learn about students’ efforts on behalf of sick or injured Palestinian children. Palestine Children’s Relief Fund

Horticultural Therapy

Floriculture Greenhouse Learn how horticultural therapy can help people with special needs to meet their goals. A Rutgers expert explains how successes with plants can lead to successes in life. Department of Plant Biology and Pathology

T-shirt, head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

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Martin Hall, Outside Get your red hots! Students are grilling and selling hot dogs. Office of Special Programs & Community of Students Involved ’N’ Education (COSINE)

It’s All Politics

Loree Building, Outside Political action aplenty! Snap a pic with a famous (cardboard) politician, pin the tail on the donkey (or elephant), or wield your political power (register to vote). Eagleton Institute of Politics & Department of Political Science

Japanese Fish Pond

Loree Building, Outside Can you catch a fish before a thin paper net breaks? Those who are quick with the wrist get to take home a prize—the fish! Anime and Japanese Environmental Society

Journey to Bunting: Adult Women Students at Douglass

Loree Building, Outside What’s it like to be an adult woman student at Rutgers? Discover the differing paths that have brought women to the Mary I. Bunting program for nontraditional-age students. Douglass Residential College

Learn by Doing, the 4-H Way

Martin Hall, Outside Plant a seed and discover an opportunity to grow with 4-H. Hands-on activities for kids and a plant sale for adults. New Jersey State 4-H Teen Action Council

Lemonade and Tie-Dye

Red Oak Lane Enjoy a fresh-squeezed lemonade, create your own tie-dyed T-shirt, and pick up tips for helping the environment. Environmental Science and Engineering Club

Make Your Own Stone Tools

Loree Building, Outside Connect with the dawn of technology. Create your own stone tools, using the 2.5-million-year-old techniques of our ancestor, Homo habilis. Department of Anthropology & Center for Human Evolutionary Studies (CHES)

Make Your Own Trail Mix

Red Oak Lane (by Waller Hall) Mix up a healthy pick-me-up. Students share trailmix ingredients—and nutrition tips—with hungry visitors. Rutgers University Nutrition Club

Marine Mystery

Loree Building, Outside How do pollutants enter the ocean, and how do fish and other marine creatures cope? Join women from the Douglass Project in solving this environmental mystery. Douglass Project for Rutgers Women in Math, Science, and Engineering

Mask Decorating

Loree Building, Outside Reveal your inner Shakespeare! Decorate masks

with Rutgers’ student cabaret performers and become a master of disguise. Cabaret Theatre

Meteorologist for a Day

Waller Hall, Outside/Basement How would you do as a TV weather reporter? Step in front of the green screen in the WeatherWatcher studio and find out. Take home a CD of your weather forecast as a souvenir! RU-tv WeatherWatcher

Mini-Golf with Rutgers Turfgrass

Red Oak Lane Fore! Kids and adults alike, test your short-game skills and win a prize on our all-natural grass putting green. Learn about turfgrass science at Rutgers. Rutgers Turf Club

Outdo the Docs!

Red Oak Lane Kids, throw a ball and see where it sticks on a life-size Velcro body cut-out. If you can name that body part, you receive a prize. Premedical and Predental Society

Name That Primate!

Loree Building, Outside Come explore the primate branch of your family tree. Listen to primate calls and match the sound with the proper primate. Hmm… lemur, baboon, chimpanzee, or gorilla? Department of Anthropology

Nutrition Dos and Don’ts

Red Oak Lane Learn about the rights and wrongs of proper hydration and nutrition from graduate students in nutritional sciences. Nutritional Sciences Graduate Students Association

Ooey, Gooey, Icky, Sticky

Red Oak Lane Kids, roll up your sleeves and get ready for some wet, wild, and weird chemistry. These fun experiments are sure to produce some crazy concoctions. Summer Program at Rutgers for Kids (SPARK)

Origami, Art, and Language

Loree Building, Outside Enjoy kid-friendly workshops with students who live in the East Asian Cultural House, Spanish Language House, and Women and Creativity House, all learning communities at Douglass Residential College. Douglass Residential Learning Communities and Global Village

Paws Up for Animals!

Red Oak Lane Pet, play, or just admire some of your favorite furry friends while learning how you can help preserve their well-being. Games and animal-shaped cookies, too! Rutgers United for the Welfare of Animals

Pretzels and Italian Ice for 4-H

Martin Hall, Outside Learn about 4-H volunteer opportunities within Rutgers and in New Brunswick. While you visit, buy a pretzel or Italian ice to support club scholarships. Collegiate 4-H Club

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Race through New Jersey

Red Oak Lane It’s a potato sack race with a New Jersey twist! Race to the finish line while avoiding obstacles unique to the Garden State—jughandles, perhaps? Rutgers Undergraduate Geography Society

Recycle Rage Game

Red Oak Lane Kids, knock down pyramids of recyclables— aluminum cans, plastic bottles, Styrofoam cups, and more—then toss them into the correct bins. Accuracy counts in this fun game that teaches good recycling habits. Students for Environmental Awareness

R U Nutty?

Floriculture Greenhouse, Outside Test your nut-identification skills, learn about nuts of the world, and maybe win a free tree! Your hosts are members of the Rutgers Ornamental and Nut Tree Breeding Program. Department of Plant Biology and Pathology

Rutgers Against Hunger

Martin Hall, Outside Learn about Rutgers’ efforts to fight hunger and encourage community activism for those in need. We collected more than 27 tons of food in our first year! Rutgers Against Hunger

Rutgers T.E.E.M. Gateway

Red Oak Lane Learn how this Rutgers group works with disconnected youth in New Jersey’s urban areas, providing community services and building productive futures. Rutgers Transitional Education and Employment Management (T.E.E.M.) Gateway

Seeds of the Future

Red Oak Lane Get a jump on spring! Plant a seed—you choose from our wide collection of vegetables and herbs— and take it home with you. School of Environmental and Biological Sciences-Cook Council

Sociology Poster Session

Davison Hall Just what is sociology? Find out at this poster session, with displays that explain sociology and describe the research of students and professors. Department of Sociology

Spring Is for Planting

Bartlett Hall, Outside Time to get growing! Get expert advice, browse our farm market, and take home vegetable and annual plants for your garden. Plus hands-on planting activities for kids. Rutgers Gardens

Tote-ally Green!

Loree Building, Outside Go tote-ally green with an eco-friendly tote bag, sold by aspiring entrepreneurs of Douglass. Find out what else students are doing to promote green living at Rutgers. Douglass Residential College, Women in Entrepreneurial Business House

T-shirt, head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

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Red Oak Lane If your child is a Rutgers student—or a student-tobe—stop by our welcome tent. Enjoy light refreshments and meet members of the Rutgers family throughout the day. Rutgers Parents Association

Wild World of Weather

Red Oak Lane What’s in the forecast? Find out from Rutgers meteorologists, through trivia, demonstrations, and hands-on activities like Cyclone Scurry. Meteorology Club

Women + Science = Excellence

Loree Building, Outside How might women from the Douglass Project solve some of the most pressing scientific issues of today? With science, technology, engineering, and math! Come see how. Bunting Cobb Residence Hall for Women in Math, Science, and Engineering

Your Name Here—in Chinese, Japanese, or Korean

Loree Building, Outside Try your hand at East Asian character writing, using a brush and traditional inks. Calligraphers will help you write your name in Chinese, Japanese, or Korean. Department of Asian Languages and Cultures Yo-Yo Dojo Red Oak Lane Remember back in the day… Walking the Dog, Around the World, Lindy Loop? Wonder at yo-yo tricks old and new, and enter the world of Competitive New School Yo-Yoing! Yo-Yo Club

Passion Puddle Area

Events listed by start times 9 a.m. (2-hour program) Discover Douglass Residential College

12 p.m. — 4 p.m. World Poetry Day at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Loree Building, Outside Celebrate your favorite poems! Watch live performances of poetry by writers, Rutgers faculty, and students. Enjoy literature from around the world and in many languages and styles. Read a poem— perhaps one of your own—at our open mic sessions! Department of Comparative Literature

1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. New Jersey Then and Now

Loree Building, Outside Join New Jersey history mavens Maxine Lurie and Marc Mappen for a tantalizing tour of the Garden State through storytelling and mapmaking. Win an autographed copy of the authors’ new books. Rutgers University Press

3 p.m. (30-min. activity) World’s Largest Egg Toss

Easy does it at this annual Ag Field Day tradition. Hundreds of people join in, and if you don’t win—the yolk’s on you. Rutgers Recreation

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5 p.m. – 5:45 p.m. Csurdongolo Folk Ensemble

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Shore Stage

Emcees: Dan O’Dea & Spook Handy

11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Old-Timey Jam 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. Irish Seisiun 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. Bluegrass Jam 2 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Singer/Songwriter Showcase

Pinelands Stage

Emcees: Phil Cerny & Kathleen McCool

11 p.m. – 11:45 a.m. Next Generation of Tradi-

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Craft Path

12:30 p.m. – 1 p.m. The Rhythms of the Andes: Cesar Cisneros & Eco del Sur

All-day events 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Indulge in more than 80 craft tents featuring beautiful handmade crafts from all over the Eastern seaboard. This selective, juried craft show celebrates unique arts and artists. Department of American Studies

Food Vendor Marketplace

Tempt your tastebuds with American favorites plus the flavors of Italy, Greece, Egypt, Lebanon, and many more! This highlight of the New Jersey Folk Festival is guaranteed to please. Department of American Studies

10:30 a.m. (45-min. tour) Sex Life of Plants

Skylands Stage

Floriculture Greenhouse Ogle the weird and wonderful plants of the teaching greenhouses, as Rutgers’ own botanist regales with tales of insect-eaters and pollination cheaters. Department of Plant Biology and Pathology

4 p.m. – 5 p.m. Ensamble Contratiempo (Andes

12 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. Songs of Humor: Roger

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11:30 a.m. Strange, Smelly, and Armed Plants

3 p.m. – 4 p.m. Eco del Sur (Andes music)

New Jersey Folk Festival

Douglass Campus Center, Trayes Hall B Explore a community focused on women’s success: Douglass Residential College. Attend an information session and take a walking tour of our beautiful campus. Office of Recruitment and New Student Programs

Floriculture Greenhouse Learn about the fascinating origins of common houseplants on this tour of the teaching greenhouses, led by Rutgers’ own botanist. Department of Plant Biology and Pathology

2:15 p.m. – 3 p.m. Ballet Folklorico del Peru

(Andes music)

Watch skilled artisans create handcrafted pieces while explaining the important cultural and historical significance of their work. These are exciting demonstrations by real masters of their crafts! Department of American Studies

Emcees: Jim Albertson & Richard Skelly

10:45 a.m. – 11 a.m. Invocation and National Anthem; Color Guard: Queen’s Guard 11 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Marc Black (Singer/Song-

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11:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. Nancy Hurrell (early Spanish harp)

12 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. Awards and Acknowledg-

ments; Lifetime Achievement Honoree: David Field

12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Atzilut (Concert for Peace: Middle East folk group) 1:30 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Gráinne Hambly &

William Jackson (Celtic harp)

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1 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Songs & Revolutionary Movements: Carlos Fernandez with Roger Deitz 1:30 p.m. – 2 p.m. Impact of Climate Change on the Andes: Laura Schneider 2 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Travels of the Spanish Harp to the Andes: Nancy Hurrell, Angel Moreno (Ensamble Contra); Michael Rockland, translator 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. How the Harp Became a Folk Instrument: Gráinne Hambly, William Jackson, Nancy Hurrell, Angel Moreno

3 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Tribute to Peter, Paul & Mary:

Spook Handy

3:30 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. Bill Hamilton, Pound Trap Fisherman: Nancy Solomon, Folklorist 4:30 p.m. – 5 p.m. Dulcimer Roots in Appalachia: David Field and Friends

Gateway Stage* 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Historic Violanta Street Organ, Continuous Demonstrations and Intermittent Performances: Johanna Van Der Heyden 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Intermittent Juggling Demonstrations

1 p.m. , 2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m. (10-minute shows) Bobo’s Big Top: Renaissance Artist Puppet Company All scheduled performances are subject to change. *This stage will be American Sign Language interpreted.

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Livingston Campus Get in on the action! Livingston Campus celebrates its legacy in social progress and showcases its emerging identity as a center for business and professional studies. Explore two jam-packed activity areas showcasing the Asian Cultural Center and the popular World of Work expo.

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Virtual Rutgers

Livingston Student Center, Collaborative Learning Center Explore a virtual Rutgers while you explore the real Rutgers. Digital technology transports visitors between two virtual worlds at Rutgers: Old Queens and the Livingston Campus. Division of Continuing Studies

All-day events 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Get Your Rutgers Gear

Livingston Bookstore Purchase a Rutgers Day T-shirt and show your Rutgers spirit! Drop by and purchase all kinds of Rutgers products—hats, clothing, pennants, and other goodies. Barnes & Noble College Booksellers

Livingston Student Center Area Events listed by start times

Livingston College: Birthplace of Social Justice

Livingston Student Center, First Floor Lounge Celebrate Livingston’s legacy and its lasting influence on social justice at Rutgers. Hands-on exhibits, vintage photographs and memorabilia, and conversations with faculty, staff, students, and alumni. Office of the Dean

12 p.m. Scarlet Knights Softball

Softball Complex Cheer Rutgers’ softball team as they take on Big East rival Providence College in an afternoon doubleheader. Division of Intercollegiate Athletics

Make Your Mark

Kilmer Library Create your own bookmark to celebrate books, libraries, or anything that you love. We supply the materials; you supply the imagination! Rutgers University Libraries

Open House Exhibit

Kilmer Library Explore exhibit spaces, multimedia presentations, and business and career collections on a selfguided tour. Library staff can answer questions and describe valuable resources. Rutgers University Libraries Buildings

Outside with programs Guilty or innocent? You be the judge! Watch a mock trial conducted by students from Rutgers’ pre-law fraternity and learn about law careers. Big “R” Stage Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity

Spirit of Livingston

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All-day events 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. 40 Years of LGBT at Rutgers

Lucy Stone Hall, Room A121 Hear directly from those involved—past, present, and future—in the evolution of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) communities at Rutgers. Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities

aKDPhi Incognito

Meet the sisters of alpha Kappa Delta Phi, the largest and only nationally recognized AsianAmerican sorority, with 46 chapters across the country. alpha Kappa Delta Phi Students in the Asian-American community are raising awareness about the national bone marrow registry. Learn how you can help combat leukemia. Asian Life

THE BIG “R” STAGE Let us entertain you! Visit this stage for performances by some of Rutgers’ standout music and dance acts.

10 a.m. Liberated Gospel Choir

The Bead Project

String beads to create a colorful representation of your unique self. Add it to our collection demonstrating the range of diversity within our common humanity. Undergraduate Social Work Organization

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Think there’s nothing to board games beyond Risk and Monopoly? Sorry! Roll the dice and test your Folk Festival “R” Stagestudent againstBig old-school gamers. Information stages tent Unplugged: The Boardgaming Club

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11:30 a.m. Sumul Nori — Korean music and dance

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Kilmer Library First Aid Train station First Aid 12:30 p.m. Catch the spirit of the Livingston Campus, from its Food opening two weeks after Woodstock through its Verse One — Vietnamese dance 18this 40 years of dedication to social progress, in 1 p.m. exhibit of archival material. Rutgers University Road closure Restrooms are One way State route Libraries available in all directional Colors of Korea — Fashion show

Transforming the Livingston Campus

Livingston Student Center Get to know the new Livingston Campus: take a sneak peek at the renovated campus center, hear about exciting campus developments, and ask questions and make suggestions for improving our community. Livingston Campus Council

Asian Life’s Bone Marrow Drive

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12 p.m.; 12:30 p.m.; 1 p.m.; 1:30 p.m. (15-min. tours) Insider Tour of Livingston Campus

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Learn about our efforts toFirst promote Aid campus Food stewardship through two community projects: Restrooms are a conservation garden at Foran Hall and a available in all resource-recovery drive to collect and reuse open buildings. Restrooms are discarded items. New Jersey Agricultural Periodic available in all road closure Experiment Station, Solid Waste Resource open buildings. Loop Stops Renewal Group

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Sneak Preview Livingston Student Center, Rutgers Day Bus Loop Stopsof The Who’s Tommy Collaborative Learning Center Rutgers Day Bus Loop Stops Chinese Christian Fellowship 2 p.m. Sneak a peek at Livingston’s future as a center for Visitor Center Meet members of this student group and learn Jukebox Heroes — Rock & roll business and professional studies. See plans for about Chinese culture in relation to Christianity. Student Activities Center (SAC) the campus’s physical transformation, and walk Chinese Christian Fellowship Douglass Campus Center 3:30 p.m. Werblin Recreation Center through a virtual reality version of tomorrow’s Phi Theta Outlaw Step Showcase Livingston. Facilities and Capital Planning Zimmerli ArtIota Museum Busch Campus Center

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Color Guard Hands-On Demo

Pick up some tricks from Rutgers’ Color Guard. Student members share performances that combine dance, gymnastics, and flag and weaponry moves. Department of Athletics & Rutgers University Bands

Connecting Cultures

Celebrate diverse cultures through story-telling, name translations, and other fun activities for visitors of all ages. Department of African, Middle Eastern, and South Asian Languages and Literatures (AMESALL)

Crafts of Asia

Experience many different traditional Asian crafts. Students invite you to “cut and fold/hear stories of old/make and take/your inspirations await.” Asian American Cultural Center

CSI: Rutgers

Channel your favorite crime scene investigator using new-fangled forensics and old-fashioned police work. Dust for fingerprints, detect bloodstains, analyze hair samples, and more. Criminal Justice Program

Fun From the Streets of Taiwan

Play carnival-like games that you would find at traditional night markets in Taiwan. Learn more about the culture and discover the origins of bubble tea. Taiwanese American Student Association

Ginormous Games!

Enjoy classic games like chess, checkers, Jenga, and more...OVERSIZED! Student Life

Health Check

Get your blood pressure checked, learn about healthy diets, and more. Nursing students share their skills and knowledge to help keep you well. College of Nursing

Learn to Write Baybayin

Discover an ancient writing system of the Philippines that is being revived in calligraphy and as a cultural treasure. Try your hand at Baybayin letter forms and take home your creation. Association of Philippine Students

Meet the Chinese Student Organization

Chat with students from one of Rutgers’ largest Asian-American groups. Enjoy fun and games while learning about the students’ campus and community activism. Chinese Student Organization

Meet the Staff of Native Tongue

Check out one of Rutgers’ newest media outlets, Native Tongue, an Asian-American student-run newspaper, and play games to learn about AsianAmerican culture. Native Tongue

One-Minute Chinese Lesson

Learn to say and write your name in Chinese—it only takes a minute! International students from China are happy to discuss Chinese culture, answer your questions, and provide tips on traveling in Asia. Chinese Scholars and Students Association

Over, Under, Around, and Through!

Watch your young children tackle the challenges of our simple obstacle course. Learn how play helps to develop critical preschool skills. Tours and an open house, too. Rutgers–Livingston Day Care Center

Rutgers on the Radio

Live, from Rutgers Day, it’s 90.3 The Core! Drop by as DJs from this student-run radio station broadcast live all day long. Request a song or send a shout-out to a friend. 90.3 The Core

Fountain Area

Events listed by start times 1 p.m.; 2 p.m. (60-min. workshops) Jainism Workshop

Lucy Stone Hall Discover Jainism in a workshop that explains the basics of this ancient religion of India that embraces peace and nonviolence toward all living things. Jain Association

1:30 p.m.; 3 p.m. (30-min. workshops) Chinese Dance Workshop

Learn the graceful moves of traditional Chinese dance, including the ribbon dance and fan dance. Students teach some of the simpler movements. Chinese Dance Troupe

School of Social Work Expo

Since 1954, this Rutgers school has been educating students who have a passion for serving others. Learn about degree programs, nationally recognized faculty, and outstanding internship opportunities. School of Social Work

Seoul’d Out! Ultimate Korean Culture

Yutnori! Jegichagi! Yeon flying! Discover Korean and Korean-American culture through interactive music, games, and crafts. Korean Students Association

Sikh Cultural Traditions

Discover the strength and wisdom of Sikh culture as Rutgers students perform gathka, an ancient martial art, and demonstrate the tying of turbans. Sikh Student Association

Livingston Theatre Company The Who’s Tommy Not one, but two chances to catch your favorites from the Tony Award–winning musical. First, there’s a sneak preview performance at 1:30 p.m. on the Big R Stage. Can’t make it? Then drop by the Livingston Student Center, where cast members will be rehearsing and staging impromptu performances in their new theater space throughout the day.

Sustainable Rutgers

Find out how Rutgers conserves energy and embraces sustainable practices while keeping the university up and running. See an exhibit, then take a tour of Rutgers’ 1.4-megawatt solar farm. Facilities and Capital Planning

Take a Break with Alternative Breaks

On your mark, get set, go! Race to help the many families of Give Kids the World Village. Learn about our past service trips while enjoying an array of delicious foods. Alternative Breaks

Two-Minute Henna

Got two minutes? Get a beautiful henna tattoo and a lesson on one of the oldest traditions of South Asian culture. Association of Indians at Rutgers

Welcome, Rutgers Parents!

If your child is a Rutgers student—or a student-tobe—stop by our welcome tent. Enjoy light refreshments and meet members of the Rutgers family throughout the day. Rutgers Parents Association

Where’s Waldo—Geography Style!

Grab a map, collect some clues, and set out on a geographic treasure hunt of the Livingston Campus. See exhibits featuring faculty and student research around the world. School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Geography

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World of Work

All-day events 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Adventures in Accounting

Livingston Student Center, Outside Solve a puzzle, play a game, or tackle a hands-on exhibit, all while learning about accounting careers and the accounting major at Rutgers. Rutgers Business Governing Association

Advertise Your Imagination

Livingston Student Center, Outside Imagine a great new product, then create it, pitch it, and win a prize. Fun for “Mad Men”—and women—of all ages! Phi Beta Lambda

Ascend through Accounting

Outside Area Members of the Rutgers Business School chapter of this national organization for Pan-Asian leaders share information about finance and accounting majors. Ascend

Benchtop to Marketplace: Rutgers Technology

Livingston Student Center, Hallway Follow along as exciting new technologies created at Rutgers are transformed into great new products for the marketplace. See how Rutgers fosters collaboration between industry and academia. Office of Technology Commercialization

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Livingston Student Center, Outside Live profitably at any age! Business students have investment advice for everyone, from young adults getting their first paychecks to retirees tending to their nest eggs. Rutgers Business Governing Association

Career Village, USA

Livingston Student Center, Hallway Visit a quaint village and stroll the career-related shops along Main Street, including Dr. Doug’s Health and Wellness Center, Dorothy’s Dress and Suit Shop, Madame Marie’s Psychic Emporium, The Kids’ Zone, and more. Career Services

Discover DEI

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Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs Today

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WINGS: Women Mentoring Women

Livingston Student Center, Outside Talk with counselors about Rutgers’ new four-year undergraduate business program and learn about requirements for admission. Rutgers Business School Livingston Student Center, Gathering Lounge Are you entitled to overtime? What hours can teenagers work? Can you recover back wages? Take our quiz and win a prize. School of Management and Labor Relations, Department of Labor and Employment Relations

Learn to Manage in Global Business

Livingston Student Center, Outside Play a trivia game with members of Rutgers’ career-centered student honor society—and maybe win a prize! Delta Epsilon Iota (DEI) Academic Honor Society

Livingston Student Center, Main Hallway Looking to advance in management and the global marketplace? Ask questions and get answers from Rutgers business professors. Rutgers Business School, Department of Management and Global Business

Diversity Networking with ALPFA

Management Styles Today

Livingston Student Center, Outside Find out how diversity and networking impact communities and businesses. Enjoy arts and crafts for all ages. Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA)

Entrepreneurs: Make Something from Nothing

Livingston Student Center, Outside See how Rutgers entrepreneurs transform a lemonade stand into a renewable energy project, among other extraordinary feats. Maybe you’ll find the inspiration to start your own business. Entrepreneurial Society

Outside Area What’s your management style? Learn to recognize different management styles and appreciate the advantages and disadvantages of each. Rutgers Business Governing Association

MBS: Science Meets Business

Livingston Student Center Learn about the Master of Business and Science (MBS), a new program that brings together master’s level study in science, engineering, or mathematics with business and policy coursework. Professional Science Master’s Program

Livingston Student Center, Outside Learn how Rutgers students assist aspiring entrepreneurs with the seed capital and business training that can turn dreams into reality. See clients’ great new products, too! Intersect Fund Livingston Student Center, Main Lobby Women Investing in and Guiding Students (WINGS) is a college-to-career mentoring program connecting successful professional women with highly selected female Rutgers students. Learn how you can get involved. Institute for Women’s Leadership & Center for Women & Work

Working at Rutgers

Livingston Student Center, Hallway Curious about employment at Rutgers? Meet with Human Resources staff members and learn about careers on campus. University Human Resources

World of Work

Events listed by start times 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. Bioscience Careers in the Garden State

Livingston Student Center, Coffee House Whether you’re seeking a job or contemplating a career change, drop by our table to explore bioscience opportunities—in industry and education—right here in New Jersey. For more in-depth information come to a mini-lecture at. School of Management and Labor Relations, Bio-1

10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. SMLR Says: Stay Connected!

Rutgers Business School Carnival

Livingston Student Center, Outside Test your knowledge of finance and the Rutgers Business School with a game that challenges your recollection of the past and reveals a glimpse of the future. Little Investment Bankers of Rutgers

Livingston Student Center, Outside Alumni, friends, and family: Catch up with old friends and make new connections while enjoying cotton candy, spin art, face painting, temporary tattoos, a balloon-bending clown, and other carnival favorites. Rutgers Business School

Livingston Student Center, Gathering Lounge Alumni, bring your families and reconnect with classmates and colleagues. Meet Dean Finegold. Learn about our new graduate certificate program. Enjoy career networking, fun activities, raffles, refreshments, and more. School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR)

Fun with Marketing and Advertising

Sell Yourself!

11 a.m.; 12 p.m.; 1 p.m.; 2 p.m. (30-min. sessions) Build Brand YOU

Finance Fact or B-School Story?

Livingston Student Center, Outside Play games that test your advertising knowledge, matching jingles, characters, and products to the correct commercials. Rutgers Business Governing Association

Gender in the World of Work

Livingston Student Center, Outside Create your own personalized business card, complete with your custom design and photograph. Pass them out at Rutgers Day and start networking! Beta Alpha Psi Accounting/Finance Honor Society

Livingston Student Center, Main Lobby Learn about programs and services related to women and work, including programs for middle and high school students, women working in nontraditional fields, and women achieving leadership in the workplace. Center for Women and Work & Nontraditional Career Resource Center

Step On—or Up!—the Career Ladder

Guess for Success

Take Home a Supply Chain

Livingston Student Center, Outside Win an awesome prize just for guessing how many items are jam-packed into a clear container! Four containers, four prizes. Winners announced at 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 2 p.m., and 3:30 p.m. Rutgers Business School

Livingston Student Center, Gathering Lounge Improve your résumé, build your interview skills, and explore your dream career. Rutgers experts in human resources can help get you there! School of Management and Labor Relations, Department of Human Resource Management Livingston Student Center, Outside Work through the steps of the supply chain in creating a souvenir of Rutgers Day to bring home with you. Rutgers Business Governing Association

Got a question? Ask any Campus Greeter in a neon-orange

Livingston Student Center, Hallway Learn how developing and marketing your own personal brand—Brand YOU—can put you on the path to success. Tips and techniques from a career-management specialist. Rutgers Business School, Office of Career Management

2 p.m. – 4 p.m. Entrepreneurship Fair Competition

Livingston Student Center, 2nd Floor Meeting Room Browse the impressive business plans of high school students competing in the Rutgers University Business Youth (RUBY) program. Rutgers Business School

T-shirt, head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

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Thank you for being a part of Rutgers Day! We would like to express our appreciation to our guests, exhibitors, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and all who helped make this day a success.

Special thanks also to our generous sponsors: Corporate Sponsors

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