Rutgers-Camden broke ground Wednesday for a new, state-of-the-art nursing school and research center.
Gov. Christie said he doesn’t want to micromanage the university and won’t weigh in on whether incoming athletic director Julie Hermann should start at the school as scheduled on June 17.
School officials say the class of 2013 included an estimated 14,302 graduates from the university’s New Brunswick-Piscataway, Newark and Camden campuses.
At a town hall meeting at Rutgers Newark, university president Robert Barchi tried to talk strategic planning for all school campuses.
“And now, we need to move on,” the governor said.
The leadership will meet Thursday to discuss the process for identifying an independent adviser to conduct this review.
Chris is broadcasting live all week from the Heritage Foundation in Washington DC. He talks to Jim Gilmore, the President of the Free Congress Foundation, the President of the NRA, David Keene about their efforts to fight restrictive gun ownership laws, and Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about their tough home opening weekend against Kansas City.
Rutgers University president Robert Barchi is about to face some tough questions.