Livingston College alumni have contributed to society in their own communities and in many professional realms. We highlight here alumni who have enjoyed success and recognition for their work:
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Kenneth Leon Niemczyk, a member of the first graduating class (1970) of Rutgers University’s Livingston College, has published his book Nature’s City.
Continue reading Livingston College Alumnus Writes on the Struggle Between Human and Nature’s Needs for Land
When the USA Olympic women’s eight rowing team won the gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, the team’s 11th straight Olympic or world title, the team truly had “Jersey Roots and Global Reach” with their coach Tom Terhaar, LC ’92, and his wife Jennifer Dore-Terhaar, RC ’93, having Rutgers University ties.
Rowing has a long history at Rutgers, starting in 1864, when it was the college’s first organization.
Read more about the Terhaars’ careers, family life and ongoing connections to Rutgers in a 2012 interview with Marty Siederer, LC’77, an executive council member of the Livingston Alumni Association. The interview (PDF file) was published in the alumni magazine 1766, courtesy of Rutgers Alumni Association.
Photo of Tom Terhaar courtesy of USRowing.
Livingston College graduates have been making their mark on the world. Their incredible achievements are a testament to Livingston’s traditions. These distinguished alumni are an inspiration to the overall Rutgers community and the world at large. LAA has also established a “hall of fame” for the college’s Distinguished Alumni.
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