Join us for the second event in the RBHS Strategic Plan Speaker Series on Thursday, October 8.
Dean D'Alonzo has received National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding for a community academic partnership to prevent obesity in Mexican-American immigrant families in New Brunswick. This three-year grant is led by co-principal investigators, Dr. D’Alonzo, and Jayme Santiago, and vice president of New Brunswick Tomorrow, a community coalition.
Students in Lower School partake in music class twice a week for 30 minutes. Once in Middle School, all students still take a daily music class, and are offered the choice of choir, band, and/or orchestra. Once in the Upper School, students may elect to partake in music, either in vocal or instrumental ensembles. The school also offers a music theory and composition class .
Graduate student seminars are presented every Friday at 4:00 in Room 123 of the Environmental and Natural Resources Building. These seminars are informal gatherings where graduate students present their current research and other topics of interest to their peers.
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