Faculty, students, and alumni at the School of Arts & Sciences-Newark (SASN) have found many ways to be of service during the current Covid-19 pandemic, from 3D-printing masks for frontline healthcare workers to delivering food to the elderly and needy. Recently the Rutgers University-Newark (RU-N) community has found another way to contribute: by aiding the city of Newark’s contact-tracing efforts via its Lives in Translation Project (LiT). To read the full story.
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