Rutgers University officially broke ground on the site for the New Jersey Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health, located on the George H. Cook Campus in New Brunswick. The Institute will host six interdisciplinary centers of excellence that will bring together faculty members from Rutgers’ departments of food science, nutrition, public policy, pharmacy, exercise science and sport studies, genetics, agriculture and health sciences research. Read more about the IFNH groundbreaking and get more insight into the design of the building in this video by Rutgers Center for Digital Filmmaking.
Breaking ground at the New Jersey Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health are (l. to r.) President Robert L. Barchi; Executive VP for Academic Affairs & Interim Chancellor Richard Edwards; Executive Dean Robert Goodman; RWJ Foundation Senior Program Officer Dwayne Proctor; Rutgers VP for Facilities & Capital Planning Tony Calcado; Ballinger Architects' Craig Spanger; and IFNH Director Peter Gillies. Photo: Nick Romanenko