The UNT Dallas College of Law has announced its new dean will be Felecia Epps. She is the former dean of Florida A&M University College of Law; she will join UNT from FAMU this summer. Epps will replace Judge Royal Furgeson, the College’s founding dean. Epps holds her JD from Creighton University School of Law.
Senior Associate Dean Mario Barnes, of UC - Irvine Law, has been named the next law school dean at the University of Washington. He holds a JD from UC Berkeley, an LLM from Wisconsin, and is currently Co-Director of the Center for Law, Equality, and Race at Irvine.
The University of Iowa has announced that Kevin Washburn will be its new dean, starting the summer. Washburn joins Iowa from the University of New Mexico, where he served as dean from 2009-12. He served in the Obama Administration as the Assistant Secretary of the Interior in charge of the Bureau of Indian Affairs from 2012-16. He holds a JD from Yale.
Amy Wildermuth, the Associate Vice President for Faculty and Academic Affairs and Chief Sustainability Officer of the University of Utah - and also, Professor of Law - has been named the new dean of the University of Pittsburgh law school. Wildermuth holds her JD from Illinois. The former Justice Stevens clerk joined the Utah Law faculty in 2003.
Dean Andrea Lyon has announced that she will step down as leader of the Valparaiso University School of Law, effective June 1, 2018. Valpo has announced that it will not admit an entering 1L class this coming fall.
Peking University School of Transnational Law (“STL”)invites applications and nominations for Dean of the law school, to assume office on August 1, 2018. STL offers China’s only Common Law Juris Doctor program and the world’s only Common Law J.D./China law Juris Master dual degree program. STL also offers an LL.M. for international students with a first degree in law. STL admitted its first students in 2008.
Peking University (“PKU”) is commonly regarded as China’s leading university and as one of the world’s great research universities. STL is located on PKU’s Shenzhen Graduate School Campus, which includes PKU’s HSBC Business School, School of Electronic and Computer Engineering, School of Chemical Biology and Biotechnology, School of Advanced Materials, School of Environment and Energy, School of Urban Planning and Design, and School of Humanities and Social Sciences. PKU’s Shenzhen Campus is part of a larger “University Town” that includes the Shenzhen campuses of Tsinghua University and Harbin Institute of Technology, two of China’s other leading research universities. STL occupies a new state-of-the-art Kohn Pederson Fox-designed law school building.
Shenzhen is renowned as China’s “Silicon Valley,” home to information and biotechnology start-ups and such innovative giants as Tencent, Huawei, BGI, BYD, and DJI Drones. Just forty years ago Shenzhen was a small fishing and farming community; today it is a city of almost 20 million. The April 2017 The Economist declared Shenzhen “one of the world’s most innovative cities,” noting that Shenzhen alone accounts for more high quality international patents than either Great Britain or France, and that Shenzhen alone is responsible for nearly 50 percent of the international patents filed from China annually. The World Intellectual Property Organization’s (WIPO’s) Global Innovation Index (GII) announced in June 2017 that Shenzhen-Hong Kong has surpassed California’s Silicon Valley.
Together, Shenzhen and Hong Kong form the hub of the world’s most populous metropolitan area, China’s Pearl River Delta, where Chinese and Western legal and commercial traditions are meeting and merging in ways likely to preview future legal developments throughout China and the rest of the world as China’s global economic influence grows.
STL’s founding dean was Jeffrey Lehman, a former president of Cornell University and dean of the University of Michigan Law School, who has served since 2012 as the Founding Vice Chancellor of NYU Shanghai. Lehman was succeeded by Philip McConnaughay, a former dean of Penn State University’s Schools of Law and International Affairs, professor of law at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and partner of Morrison & Foerster, who is stepping down in July 2018 after a sustained period of significant growth for the law school. STL’s multinational resident and visiting faculty includes world-renowned scholars and practitioners.
Dean, College of Law Florida International University Miami, Florida
Florida International University seeks an energetic, practical, and visionary leader with a commitment to scholarly excellence and diversity to serve as Dean of the College of Law. Candidates with exceptional academic, public sector, or private sector experience as successful legal practitioners within complex organizational settings that involve multiple stakeholders are invited to apply. FIU is a vibrant comprehensive university offering 180 bachelor's, master's and doctoral programs in 12 colleges and schools. FIU is Carnegie-designated as both a research university with highest research activity and a community-engaged university. Located in the heart of the multicultural South Florida urban region, FIU's multiple campuses serve over 54,000 students, placing FIU among the ten largest universities in the nation. Annual research expenditures in excess of $132 million and a deep commitment to engagement have made FIU the go-to solutions center for local to global issues alike. FIU leads the nation in awarding undergraduate and graduate degrees, including in the STEM fields, to minority students. FIU's students reflect Miami's diverse population, earning FIU the designation of Hispanic-Serving Institution.
The College of Law (FIU Law) is the only public law school in South Florida, founded on the idea that a high-quality legal education should be affordable and accessible to a broad, diverse community with a commitment to public service. FIU Law's mission is to offer a high-quality legal education attuned to the challenges of globalization and devoted to serving the local, national, and international communities. FIU Law prides itself on graduating professional, globalized, and culturally savvy future lawyers committed to public service. FIU Law offers the Juris Doctor (JD) degree, a Masters of Law for Foreign Lawyers (LL.M.), a Juris Master (JM) degree for non-lawyers, and a variety of joint masters' programs. In fall 2017, the JD program enrolled 457 students and the LL.M. program enrolled 31 students from 12 countries. These students are taught by a diverse faculty of 31 full-time and 46 part-time teachers. FIU Law is accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) and is an accredited member of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS). FIU Law ranks as the most diverse law school in Florida and graduates the highest percentage of Hispanic attorneys of any law school in the nation. FIU Law ranked number one in the state in the last four July examinations administered by the Florida Board of Bar Examiners.
Reporting to the Provost, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, the Dean is the chief executive and administrative officer of FIU Law. The Dean provides active leadership in the promotion, direction, support, and growth of the educational, research, and fundraising activities of FIU Law, maintenance of a high level of morale among the faculty, and encouragement of the spirit of learning among students. The Dean represents FIU Law in the community and identifies and hosts relevant community leaders and activities on campus. As chief executive, the Dean is responsible for the management and allocation of the budget, market-rate programs, and philanthropy, as well as compliance with accreditation standards, community outreach, marketing and enrollment, interdisciplinary initiatives, global outreach, and the effective management of FIU Law's administrative and financial affairs. The Dean consults with the faculty in designing the FIU Law strategic plan and sets the tone for FIU Law in encouraging excellence, recognizing achievement, and supporting appointments and promotions based on merit. The Dean is responsible for increasing academic excellence, creating opportunities for students, and fostering a collaborative spirit in FIU Law and with other colleges.
For this exceptional opportunity, the University seeks an innovative leader and strategic thinker with a broad understanding of the challenges facing legal education, and the ability to articulate a vision that positions FIU Law as a successful enterprise within a complex and growing public research university. The successful candidate will have the reputation, stature, skills, and credibility to attract strong faculty and students, to foster a scholarly community, and to obtain financial and other resources to strengthen FIU Law. S/he will possess a record of intellectual or professional accomplishments, also warranting appointment to the rank of tenured full professor; demonstrated ability in financial and human resources management, collaboration, and fundraising; a spirit of innovation; a strong external focus; and the ability to work within a diverse and multicultural environment. The successful candidate will have a record of fostering excellence in instruction, research, and service; a commitment to strengthening and supporting scholarship; and dedication to promoting faculty and student success. A JD or equivalent degree is required.
Screening will begin in mid-January and continue until an appointment is made. Nominations, inquiries, and applications (including a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and the names of five references) should be directed electronically to FIU_LawDean@Divsearch.com.
Kim M. Morrisson, Ph.D., Senior Managing Director or John Mestepey, Managing Director Nancy Helfman, Vice President and Senior Associate Diversified Search 2005 Market Street, Suite 3300, Philadelphia, PA 19103 215-656-3579
FIU is a member of the State University System of Florida and an Equal Opportunity, Equal Access Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. For more information, visit www.fiu.edu
University of Missouri-Kansas City – Dean of the School of Law
University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC), one of the four University of Missouri campuses, is a doctoral research-intensive public university offering traditional and interdisciplinary programs and serving approximately 14,500 students. The University is well positioned to address the demands of the times in a dynamic and diverse city that deserves and requires the benefits that accrue from a strong public university.
The University of Missouri-Kansas City has a broad and inclusive educational mission with specific emphasis in three areas: health and life sciences, visual and performing arts, and urban affairs. UMKC’s unique profile includes the College of Arts and Sciences, University College, Honors College, Schools of Education, Nursing and Health Studies, Henry W. Bloch School of Management, Medicine, Law, Computing and Engineering, Biological Sciences, Dentistry, Pharmacy, and the Conservatory of Music and Dance.
The University has an institution-wide commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion and strives to create a welcoming environment where students, faculty and staff feel valued in their contributions. The successful candidate will have a genuine enthusiasm for students, the University and the Greater Kansas City region. UMKC is proud to be one of this region’s premier institutions of higher education. Our people are our most valuable asset in our quest to become a model public urban research university with signature graduate and professional programs and active engagement in our city and throughout the region.
The University of Missouri-Kansas City seeks a dynamic and visionary leader for the position of Dean of the School of Law. UMKC School of Law is committed to educational excellence, outstanding scholarship, diversity, inclusiveness, and respect for people, ideas, and justice. It is dedicated to educating students to become outstanding lawyers who will serve their communities and the nation in the highest traditions of the legal profession. UMKC’s juris doctor degree program is designed to prepare students for the challenges faced by 21st century lawyers, public officials, and executives. The law school offers emphases in Business and Entrepreneurship; Advocacy; Child and Family Law; Intellectual Property Law; Urban, Land Use and Environmental Law; and International, Comparative, and Foreign Law; as well as LL.M. degrees in Taxation and Lawyering. Law students are encouraged to engage in interdisciplinary work across multiple UMKC academic units.
This position offers an opportunity for a talented, multi-skilled and committed individual to lead a vital unit of the University. The Dean is responsible for providing academic, strategic and administrative leadership for the school, articulating a vision for 21st century legal education, fundraising, and enhancing the strong relationship that exists between the School, its alumni and the various sectors of the legal, business, and government communities. The Dean serves as a senior academic leader of the University, reports to the Provost, and will work collaboratively with fellow Deans.
The Dean is expected to have: (1) a thorough understanding of both the challenges and the opportunities facing legal education today, along with creative/innovative ideas for tackling those issues; (2) the ability to recruit and support excellent and diverse faculty, students and staff; (3) strong operational and financial skills; (4) outstanding administrative and management skills, including team building; (5) the ability to effectively communicate with a wide range of stakeholders; and (6) the ability to achieve success in both external outreach and fundraising. The successful candidate will have leadership experience that provides a foundation for success in an academic setting.
The Dean will ideally possess a commitment to innovation in legal education and a broad knowledge of the legal profession. A juris doctorate is required. Candidates must have a demonstrated record of successful executive leadership and comparable credentials and/or experience sufficient to warrant the respect and confidence of the academic community. The ideal candidate will be experienced in partnering with the legal community as well as the business and civic communities at large. We expect strong experience in the critical areas of administration, fundraising, and commitment to diversity and inclusion.
SALARY AND BENEFITS
UMKC offers a competitive salary, affordable medical and dental plans (no waiting periods), 403(b) savings plan, and University-paid long-term disability and life insurance benefits.
HOW TO APPLY
Nominations and inquiries, which will be treated in confidence, are welcomed and should be sent to:firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants who wish to apply should submit a letter expressing interest in and perspectives on the position, curriculum vitae, and other materials supporting candidacy, including names and contact information for at least four references to www.umkc.edu/jobs. References will not be contacted until advanced stages of screening, and candidates will receive prior notification. Applications will be reviewed until position is filled. Applications should be submitted by January 30, 2018 for fullest consideration.
The University of California Irvine law school has announced that Song Richardson will be its new permanent dean, replacing Erwin Chemerinsky. She previously served as interim dean. Richardson, who holds a JD from Yale, joined the faculty in 2014 having previously taught at DePaul, American, and Iowa. I'm particularly excited to see another former public defender and capital defense lawyer join the ranks of dean - congratulations!
Boston University invites applications for the Law School Deanship. The Dean provides academic, intellectual, and administrative leadership of the School of Law. The successful candidate will be nationally recognized, with demonstrated leadership and administrative skills, strong scholarly visibility, and will understand and value the culture of integrity, inclusion, innovation, intellectual life, and student services that characterizes BU Law. The Dean will share the law school’s strong commitments to excellence in research, teaching, and practice, and will lead the School in its ongoing mission to prepare a diverse body of students for the ethical practice of law around the globe, to serve the public interest, and to provide the profession, the academy, and the public with ideas, perspectives, and analyses that enrich a comprehensive understanding of the law, adapted to the needs of a changing world.
Boston University School of Law routinely ranks at or near #20 in U.S. News and World Report’s law school rankings, as well as in the Leiter Law Report’s ranking for law school scholarly excellence. Without sacrificing scholarly excellence and engagement, the faculty of BU Law has long enjoyed a strong reputation for teaching effectiveness that sets us apart from most highly-ranked law schools. Historically, BU Law has ranked first or near the very top of the Princeton Review’s rankings of law teaching faculties. BU Law enrolled 236 J.D. students in the class of 2020, with a median undergraduate GPA of 3.73 and a median LSAT of 165. Since its founding in 1872, BU Law has been open to all students of ability, without regard to religious affiliation, gender, or race. We strive to honor our early commitment to diversity and inclusion through concrete and visible measures that evolve with understandings of cultural competency in an increasingly diverse legal profession. The law school’s culture is also characterized by commitments to integrity, teaching excellence, curricular innovation, public service, and a rich intellectual life marked by influential scholarship and the collegial exchange of ideas.
The full-time faculty includes 43 tenured and tenure-track professors, 13 full-time faculty primarily focused on experiential teaching, the Law Librarian, and several full-time lecturers. Among the primarily classroom tenured and tenure-track faculty, eleven hold Ph.D.’s in the fields of Anthropology, Economics, History, Law, Philosophy, and Political Science. The faculty is highly productive and influential, including leading scholars in fields such as administrative law, antitrust law, constitutional law, corporate law, criminal procedure, critical race theory, feminism and law, health law, intellectual property, law and economics, and legal history. The faculty produce books, articles, casebooks, and other scholarly works at an impressive volume. The publication of ambitious scholarly books—a hallmark of an outstanding law faculty—has become a signature strength of our faculty in recent years.
The law school has benefitted greatly from the exceptional 14-year leadership of Dean Maureen O’Rourke. O’Rourke leaves the school with very well-functioning administrative leadership across a range of areas from admissions and financial aid to career development and student affairs. The law school is housed in a new state-of-the-art complex, including the Sumner M. Redstone Building, a nearly 100,000-square-foot, five-story classroom facility that opened in 2014, and the 17-story Law Tower, which re-opened in 2015 after a complete renovation. A capital campaign launched in 2012 with a goal of raising $80 million by 2017 was recently extended to raise $100 million by 2019. There is no remaining financial obligation on the building, and when the campaign is completed, an additional $55 million over and above the building expense will remain for enhancement to financial aid, faculty scholarship, and programmatic support. Simply put, the law school is in a moment of enviable strength on which the next dean will build.
Additional information about this search is available at:
Nominations and expressions of interest should be sent to: Professor David I. Walker (Chair), email@example.com, or Law Dean Search Advisory Committee, c/o Office of the University Provost, Boston University, One Silber Way, 8th Floor, Boston, Massachusetts 02215.
Prospective candidates should include a letter expressing interest and a current curriculum vitae. Candidates will be asked to provide references after preliminary review and screening. Confidentiality will be maintained in the search process; references will be contacted only with the explicit consent of the applicant. While nominations and applications will be accepted until a new Dean is selected, interested parties are encouraged to submit their materials before January 31, 2018, to ensure full consideration.
Boston University is committed to fostering a diverse University community within a supportive and respectful environment. We believe that the diversity of our faculty, students, and staff is essential to our success as a leading research university with a global reach, and that diversity is an integral component of institutional excellence. Boston University is an equal opportunity employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, military service, or because of marital, parental, or veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
Georgia State University has announced that its interim dean, Wendy Fritzen Hensel, has been appointed permanent dean of the law school. Hensel holds a JD from Harvard Law School and joined the Georgia State faculty as an assistant professor in 2003.
Ohio Northern University in Ada, Ohio, seeks applications and nominations for the position of Dean of the Claude W. Pettit College of Law. A successful candidate will build on the College’s strengths, while navigating the challenges currently facing law schools, so that the College is well-positioned for the future. Applicants must have a Juris Doctor, or equivalent degree, and a history of scholarly productivity and/or relevant professional experience that would allow for tenure within the Pettit College of Law at the rank of Professor. Desired qualifications include: demonstrated administrative ability, experience in budgeting, fiscal management, assessment, and management of law admissions with a strong connection to legal practice and bar organizations. Personal scholarly activity with demonstrated support for faculty scholarship and engagement as well as experience in higher education development, alumni relations, and legal education are equally important. For a more detailed profile of the position, please go to https://www.onu.edu/academic_affairs/dean_law. Nominations and expressions of interest may be sent electronically to Ted Ford Webb at Pettit@fordwebb.com or 978-371-4900.
Gonzaga University invites nominations and applications for the Dean of the School of Law. The Dean reports to the Provost/Senior Vice President and is the academic leader, external face, and chief executive of Gonzaga Law.
Founded in 1912, Gonzaga University School of Law provides a legal education informed by its Jesuit, Catholic and humanistic traditions and values to educate the whole person and serve the public good. Gonzaga Law offers students a core curriculum taught by a devoted and talented faculty, encouraging students to engage in critical thinking and apply it to real world situations. Gonzaga Law’s specialty programs include its recently launched Center for Civil and Human Rights, its Center for Commercial Law, its Center for Law in Public Service, its Institute for Law Teaching and Learning, and its Gonzaga-in-Florence study abroad program. Gonzaga’s faculty are active scholars engaged in research and academic debate on a national and international scale. The faculty are creative, energetic, and committed to furthering Gonzaga’s social justice mission through innovation, interdisciplinary connections, and programmatic development. Building on a legacy of leadership, Gonzaga Law has a profound impact on clients, community, and the academy, preparing lawyers and pursuing discussions that draw on its century-long mission to further the larger good. More information about the School of Law may be found at www.law.gonzaga.edu.
The Dean of the School of Law will be a visionary, an accomplished leader, and a legal professional with a commitment to enhancing the excellence of Gonzaga Law. Candidates should have a distinguished record of academic achievements in a core discipline and/or interdisciplinary field and the credentials to warrant appointment as a professor within the School of Law. A J.D. degree is required. The Dean will cultivate high-quality scholarship, teaching, and diversity as important components of academic excellence. Additionally, it is preferred that the candidate has fundraising experience, and/or a willingness to engage in and learn the business of fundraising. Candidates should possess the financial and administrative experience and acumen to manage a large, complex budget as well as an effective administrative team. In addition to these requirements, the Dean will provide leadership and strategic vision, work well in a collaborative decision-making environment, and have demonstrated organizational and management skills to develop current programs and pursue new and innovative ones. The Dean will embrace the mission and values of Gonzaga as a Jesuit, Catholic institution.
The Search Committee invites letters of nomination, expressions of interest, or applications and they may be sent to Werner Boel and Suzanne Teer, the Witt/Kieffer consultants assisting the School of Law with this search, at GonzagaLawDean@wittkieffer.com. Electronic submissions are strongly encouraged. A complete application will include a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae, and contact information for five professional references. This search will be conducted with respect to the confidentiality of candidates; references will not be contacted without prior knowledge and approval of the candidate. Review of materials will begin immediately and continue until an appointment is made. To ensure full consideration, please submit your application before January 12, 2018. Applications received after this date may be considered at the discretion of the Search Committee. The anticipated starting date for the new dean is July 1, 2018.
Gonzaga University does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status, or any other non-merit factor in employment, educational program, or activities that it operates.
Rutgers Law School, the largest public law school in the northeast, invites applications and nominations for the position of Co-Dean of the Law School. The Co-Dean will have particular focus on the faculty, programs, and students at Rutgers University-Newark.
As the public law school of New Jersey, Rutgers Law is committed to access, academic and professional excellence, innovation, diversity, and the practice of law in the public interest. Rutgers Law-Newark in particular has a long-standing commitment to social justice. Rutgers Law-Newark’s 50-year old flagship Minority Student Program (MSP) has been a national model for the promotion of diversity and inclusion in legal education and in the Bar. Rutgers University-Newark enjoys one of the most diverse student bodies and faculties in the country. Rutgers Law-Newark also plays a significant role as an anchor institution and partner in advancing and empowering its surrounding community, including all of the greater New York metropolitan area. The law school supports a long-standing, comprehensive, and nationally award-winning clinical program with 11 entirely in-house clinics in Newark, expansive pro bono opportunities for students, and significant interdisciplinary Centers in Law and Metropolitan Equity; Corporate Law and Governance; Gender, Sexuality, Law and Policy; Security, Race and Rights; and the Health, Education, Advocacy and Law (HEAL) Collaborative – a service delivery partnership of the schools of Law, Medicine, and Social Work in Newark. Students take advantage of externships at federal and state agencies and significant involvement with the federal and state courts.
Working in close partnership with Rutgers Law-Camden Co-Dean Michael Cahill, the Rutgers Law-Newark Co-Dean will set the strategic direction for the law school overall, aligning priorities and future aspirations with the appropriate governance systems, fiscal resources, philanthropic goals, and support for students to achieve the ambitious vision for the Law School. Moreover, the Co-Dean will have particular responsibility for supporting the scholarship and research of the Newark Law faculty and will leverage the considerable resources of the Law School on behalf of Newark students and alumni, while supporting the mission to make the legal profession more accessible and more useful to all. The Newark Co-Dean will also play a leadership role at Rutgers University-Newark as a member of Chancellor Nancy Cantor’s leadership team, assisting her in realizing the goals of the Strategic Plan to make the university an “anchor institution” in the region. https://www.newark.rutgers.edu/sites/default/files/run_strategic_plan_-final.pdf
Rutgers Law was created in 2015 by merger into one entity of the University’s two previously autonomous schools, located in Newark and Camden. Approved by the ABA in 2015, the merged Rutgers Law has approximately 1,100 students who come from around the country and the world and over 20,000 alumni, largely located in the vibrant legal markets of both New York and Philadelphia. The Rutgers Law curriculum is accessible to students on both campuses through a sophisticated distance learning technology infrastructure.
The Co-Dean will be a collaborative and imaginative leader, committed to realizing the full potential of the merged entity. The Co-Dean will value the contributions of an engaged faculty and lead with transparency and a commitment to shared governance. The new leader should understand the challenges and opportunities in legal education and think creatively about the optimal form of legal education in the 21st century. Experience in and commitment to attracting external funding from federal agencies, corporations, foundations, and donors to support the mission of the Law School will be important in the next Co-Dean’s success. Candidates should possess an earned J.D. or equivalent and a record of achievement that makes them suitable for appointment as a tenured full professor.
Applications, nominations and inquiries may be directed in confidence to Werner Boel, Sheila Murphy and Robin Mamlet, the Witt/Kieffer consultants assisting Rutgers Law with this search, at RutgersLawDean@wittkieffer.com or through the desk of Richard Velazco at 678-302-1551. For full consideration, applicants should submit electronically a letter of interest, current resume, and a list of at least five references with contact information by November 27. Application review will begin on December 5, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.
It is university policy to provide equal employment opportunity to all its employees and applicants for employment regardless of their race, creed, color, national origin, age, ancestry, nationality, marital or domestic partnership or civil union status, sex, pregnancy, gender identity or expression, disability status, liability for military service, protected veteran status, affectional or sexual orientation, atypical cellular or blood trait, genetic information (including the refusal to submit to genetic testing), or any other category protected by law. As an institution, we value diversity of background and opinion, and prohibit discrimination or harassment on the basis of any legally protected class in the areas of hiring, recruitment, promotion, transfer, demotion, training, compensation, pay, fringe benefits, layoff, termination or any other terms and conditions of employment. For additional information please see the Non-Discrimination Statement at the following web address: https://uhr.rutgers.edu/non-discrimination-statement