Off-Campus Living Labs

Non-Rutgers Affiliated Living Labs

Across the state, a few off-campus sites not affiliated with Rutgers are used for teaching. The city of New Brunswick is used for some projects at the Bloustein School and Planning and Public Policy, and for Extension Office projects through the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station. The Department of Human Ecology faculty and students in the Environmental Policy, Institutions and Behavior major are working with the New Brunswick community on food access issues. Nutritional Sciences also uses restaurants in the city. Numerous showcase events around the state are used as living laboratories for some departments, including Animal Science.

Rutgers Affiliated Living Labs

Rutgers Field Stations and the Hutcheson Memorial Forest are used by some classes and for department research, making them important living labs around the state. NJAES Off-Campus Stations are also used by the Rutgers Cooperative Extension Offices and by some departments for research.

  1. Lindley G. Cook 4-H Youth Center for Outdoor Education
  2. Clifford E. & Melda C. Snyder Research and Extension Farm - Rutgers Center for Sustainable Agriculture
  3. Food Innovation Center - North
  4. Hutcheson Memorial Forest
  5. Rutgers Plant Science Research and Extension Farm
  6. Rutgers Fruit and Ornamental Research Extension Center
  7. Rutgers EcoComplex - Clean Energy Innovation Center
  8. Pinelands Field Station
  9. Philip E. Marucci Center for Blueberry and Cranberry Research and Extension
  10. Tuckerton Marine Field Station
  11. Rutgers Agricultural Research and Extension Center
  12. Food Innovation Center - South
  13. Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory
  14. New Jersey Aquaculture Innovation Center