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Rutgers-New Brunswick is one of the most diverse higher education institutions in the world, and we strive continuously to be an inclusive community that promotes the free and open exchange of ideas. To understand students’ perceptions of the campus climate, as it relates to experiences with respect and civility, Rutgers-New Brunswick participated in the Diverse Learning Environments (DLE) Survey. Conducted by the Higher Education Research Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles (...)


Aresty Research Assistant
Diversity, Education


Environmental protests were once rare in Vietnam, as it is a politically closed system. However, in the past 5 years, protests against pollution, deforestation, land use, overexploitation of minerals, and other problems have increased, indicating that citizens feel more empowered to protest against government actions than ever before. This project involves gathering data from media reports on environmental protests in Vietnam since 2005. This project will systematically assess through newspaper (...)


Aresty Research Assistant
SEBS - Human Ecology
Anthropology, Conservation , Environmental Policy, (...)


I have developed multiple studies with datasets that include "location (geospatial) data," such as data related to cancer, asthma, and health screening. These can provide unique insights into the epidemiology of these diseases or into prevention strategies when analyzed in conjunction with our rich datasets. The project is primarily suited for students who have already successfully completed a course on GIS techniques. Both my colleague Dr. Rosenblum and I have joint appointments in both Rutgers (...)


Aresty Research Assistant
RBHS - NJMS, SPH - Epidemiology
Bioinformatics, Biological Sciences, Clinical Informatics, (...)


Our laboratory uses a range of biomedical research tools including molecular biology, protein chemistry, crystallography, and molecular modeling to pursue the development of drugs for treatment of human diseases including HIV/AIDS. Students will participate in efforts to understand the structure and function of HIV enzymes reverse transcriptase and integrase, and how these key elements of the AIDS virus interact with and respond to small molecules that can block biochemical and virological function. (...)


Aresty Summer Science
CABM, SAS - Chemistry & Chemical Biology
Biochemistry, Biomedical Science, Chemistry, Microbiology, (...)


This propose study will investigate the benefits of feeding fish using duckweeds, as opposed to commercial feed. The use of duckweeds, as opposed to commercial feed, not only significantly affect the cost of aquaculture (1/3 of the cost is from feed), but it also protects wild fish, because it reduces the need for fish meals. The expansion of fish farming does not imply more demand for commercial fishing of shell fish and small fish used to produce fish meals -- this demand is met with duckweeds. (...)


Aresty Summer Science
SEBS - Agricultural Economics & Marketing
Aquatic ecosystems , Energy Systems and Engineering, (...)

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