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October 23, 2015

Remembering Bert Goldberg

It is with great sadness that Rutgers School of Social Work announces the death of Bert Goldberg. Goldberg passed away at 72 years old on October 9, 2015 in Marlboro, NJ. Goldberg was the Executive Director of the Center for Leadership and Management. He was an associate professor who taught courses including: Integration Seminar, Social Work Policy and Services I, Social Practices II, and Managing Change. 

Anasuya Ray

Since starting the PhD program at Rutgers, Anasuya had the opportunity to travel to Afghanistan. Anasuya has always been enamored by Afghan history and culture. Anasuya decided to focus her dissertation on Afghanistan as one way of pursuing her dream. She believes mainstream media reports portray a very narrow point of view and academic work on the country is very limited, which she is determined to expand on. Her dissertation aims to fill the existing knowledge gap by contributing to a unique understanding of this conflict from the perspective of the Afghans because they are the primary st

Matthew Hundemann

To pursue his passion of international development, Matthew joined the Peace Corps in June of 2012. Matthew was assigned to work in the country of Moldova, one of his top preferences.  His experience studying abroad in Romania with Rutgers School of Social Work in 2010 influenced his decision to work in Eastern Europe.  Matthew is volunteering with a Raion Council, or regional government, as a Small Enterprise Development Adviser. With only a few months in the Peace Corps, Matthew is still learning and adapting to the roles and responsibilities of his new position.

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