Preserving the Rutgers-Newark Story for Future Generations
Angela Lawrence documents university’s impact as inaugural archivist at Rutgers–Newark
For decades, Rutgers University-Newark has been a fixture in the city’s cultural and intellectual life – a vibrant space where service, learning, and research all converge. Now, the record of this impact will be preserved for generations to come.
In her role as the inaugural archivist for the Rutgers-Newark Archives at John Cotton Dana Library, Angela Lawrence is tasked with collecting materials that accurately document, preserve, and communicate Rutgers-Newark’s historical record, highlighting the university’s role as an anchor institution in its host city.
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