Courtenay Cavanaugh, an assistant professor of psychology at Rutgers University–Camden, and fellow researchers examine the heterogeneity of adverse childhood experiences in a new study.
By Ed Moorhouse Imagine being stuck in an apartment with a roommate you don’t get along with, only you can’t leave, even for just a few hours. If it sounds unbearable, just think of what it must be like for space station crews who live with each other — and put up with the good […]
By Tom McLaughlin While many holidays are associated with certain foods – think Feast of the Seven Fishes for Italians on Christmas Eve or corned beef and cabbage on St. Patrick’s Day – more than any other holiday, Thanksgiving is centered, both literally and figuratively, around the meal itself. “Thanksgiving can be said to be […]
By Ed Moorhouse A common supporting player in molecular biology could be taking on a leading role in brain function, according to research being done at Rutgers University–Camden. The new finding shows that fragments of transfer RNA molecules are impacting changes occurring in brain activity with age, and that could lead to a better understanding […]
The Africana Studies program at Rutgers University–Camden and the Lawnside Historical Society will co-host a panel discussion on the Black Lives Matter movement from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18.
The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) at Rutgers University–Camden will host a symposium addressing housing policies, segregation, and poverty from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 17.
By Ed Moorhouse The first time Mrittika Majumdar did something to serve her community, she wanted to do it for fun. Now, it’s an extension of who she is. “I didn’t even know it was called fundraising,” Majumdar says, recalling an art exhibition she helped organize as a middle school student in India. “The whole […]
By Ed Moorhouse Daphne Hilton, a Camden resident and tech sergeant in the United States Air Force Reserves with more than 29 years of military service, has been recognized by her student veteran peers as Rutgers University–Camden’s Outstanding Female Student Veteran for 2015. The honor is bestowed annually on a male and female veteran during […]
By Ed Moorhouse Michael Bamimore, a senior biology major at Rutgers University–Camden and a Belleville resident, has been awarded the prestigious Undergraduate Research Fellowship from the American Society for Microbiology (ASM). As one of 43 fellowship recipients from across the country, Bamimore has an opportunity to present his research at the 2016 ASM Microbe Meeting […]
By Ed Moorhouse Two Rutgers University–Camden students grabbed the attention of some of the world’s foremost experts on laser ablation — a growing technological advancement in science — during an international conference in Australia. JJ Naddeo of Marlton, and Matthew Ratti of Philadelphia, earned “Most Outstanding Poster” honors for their original research on the antibacterial […]
Extensive renovations have been completed at 305 Cooper Street in Camden, transforming the revered South Jersey landmark into the Writers House at Rutgers University–Camden.
The Office of Veterans Affairs will host the seventh annual Veterans Day luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 5.
The Department of English at Rutgers–Camden has launched the new Writing and Design Lab, a full-service model for delivering academic-literacy instruction to English students.
By Ed Moorhouse Janice Beitz is looking for a few good men and women. More accurately, the Rutgers University–Camden nursing scholar is seeking out a few good nurses to help fill a void that is being felt throughout the nursing community. “The demand for skilled wound, ostomy, and continence nurses is huge, and we need […]
Rutgers–Camden graduate Diane Marano is the author of a new book, Juvenile Offenders and Guns: Voices Behind Gun Violence.
In recognition of their hard work to help student veterans make the difficult adjustment to civilian and college life, two Rutgers University–Camden student veterans have been selected by their peers to receive the top student award from the Office of Veterans Affairs. Shawn Rykaczewski of Stratford and Daphne Hilton of Camden were named Rutgers–Camden’s Outstanding […]
A Typomatic, an innovative literary installation, will soon be up and running to the delight of participants in the Digital Studies Center at Rutgers University–Camden.
Rutgers–Camden Professor Margery Amdur’s latest mixed-media masterpiece, “My Nature,” is now on display for the reflection and enjoyment of passersby in Terminal C at Philadelphia International Airport.
By Tom McLaughlin More than 50 years since it was first published, Harper Lee’s timeless novel To Kill a Mockingbird continues to serve as a touchstone for exploring issues of racial inequality in the United States and the U.S. legal system. “Because of events that are still happening in our country today, this book continues […]
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New Definitive Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Core Curriculum Textbooks Benefit from Chapters by Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Scholars
As the national population ages, there is a rapidly growing demand for nurses specializing in wound, ostomy, and continence care and a greater need for comprehensive expert training in this important area of healthcare. To help meet that need, four Rutgers University–Camden nursing scholars are sharing their research expertise by authoring chapters in the newly […]
The Rutgers University–Camden theater program will present Carson McCullers’ award-winning drama “The Member of the Wedding,” in conjunction with the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts’ participation in The Big Read this fall.