News and Events

Paint & Sip

On Friday, June 14th RWJMS employees, their family and friends enjoyed a night of Paint & Sip at Pinot's Palette in East Brunswick.  A great time was had by all and each of us left with our very own "Masterpiece"!

Bring Your Child to Work Day

Children of Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School employees who attended Bring Your Child to Work Day on Thursday, April 25, 2019 on the Piscataway and New Brunswick campuses were provided with a full day of interactive activities that included: Marketing and Finance workshops; a full intro BLS I course that included CPR, Heart Saver, AED and first aid techniques; a hands-on Heart Health workshop that included a real pig's heart; and an app driven Body Diagram workshop and Jeopardy game that included body systems and medical terminology learned throughout the day. 

View photos from the event here.

Staff Night at the Stress Factory Comedy Club

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School employees joined in the laughs on Feb. 28 at the Stress Factory Comedy Club in New Brunswick.  More than 40 people attended the social outing hosted by the Staff Council, where they enjoyed comedian Jeff Dye, a private buffet and basket raffle.

RWJMS Staff Council Launch Party

The Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Staff Council hosted launch events on Oct. 23 and Oct. 25 in Piscataway and New Brunswick, respectively. View photos from the events here.

The Staff Council is a new representative body of non-faculty employees who will work to increase staff involvement in the governance of the school by broadening and strengthening lines of communication within the entire community. Executive Vice Dean Tom Hecker, PhD , spoke at the events about the importance of the Staff Council to improve the lines of communication with the Dean’s office and strengthen the relationship between faculty and staff. Dr. Hecker emphasized that staff is the heart of the medical school family, helping the school successfully educate its students, treat its patients and fulfill its research mission.
 
“I believe that it is possible for us to be that great academic medical center where people are excited to get up in the morning and come to work,” said Rhonda M. Smith, PhD , Executive Director of Strategic Initiatives and Administration. “The initiatives being brought forth by the Staff Council are to let you know that we appreciate you, that we are proud you chose to work at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and to make sure that you feel welcomed while you are at work.”
 
The Staff Council extends its deepest appreciation to those who donated items to the Tricky Tray; click here to view the list of contributors and winners. Look for more information about staff appreciation initiatives and social outings organized by the Staff Council in future issues of Weekly View.