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McGreevey Seeks to Unite UMDNJ Campuses, Possible Unification with Rutgers

Last week, The Star-Ledger reported that Governor James McGreevey has named a commission to examine the programs of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and to "turn an uneven network of disparate medical and health science schools in New Jersey into a top-ranked institution". This article provides an good summary of the history of UMDNJ and an overview of the institution's programs.

It is fairly clear from this article and from other articles that have appeared recently that some officials believe that the future of UMDNJ involves a merger with Rutgers University. At the present time, the universities are fairly separate, although they both have major facilities and programs in New Brunswick.

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