The Office of Undergraduate Intellectual Life
Under the Institute for the Study of Global Racial Justice and its Cross-Campus Director, Carlos Decena (who is also the Institute's New Brunswick Associate Director), The Office of Undergraduate Intellectual Life was founded to support students across Rutgers University.
The Office will be spearheading mentorship programs and initiatives to support student leadership in diversity, equity, and inclusion across the university.
The Fellows in Racial Justice Learning Community is a new cross-campus program which aims to identify, accompany and mentor generations of life-long intellectual activists in racial justice across Rutgers University.
This fellowship, launched under the ISGRJ Office of Undergraduate Intellectual Life is an unprecedented program spanning Rutgers University—Newark, Rutgers University—New Brunswick and Rutgers University—Camden which brings together undergraduate students who are passionate about social justice activism and who will pursue projects to renew, enrich, and maximize on-going racial justice efforts on campus to impact social change locally and globally.