A pair of Rutgers University–Camden business scholars have been recognized with prolific research honors in their fields of expertise. John Broussard, an associate professor of finance at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden, has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright Award that will allow him to perform research at the Hanken School of Economics in Finland during […]
By Ed Moorhouse It should come as no surprise that employees who are unhappy with their jobs are more likely to seek employment elsewhere, but what about those who stay? A Rutgers University–Camden management scholar says they aren’t just making the best of a bad situation. They’re “embedded” in their jobs, and employers can use […]
The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) at Rutgers University–Camden will host a seminar exploring the leadership makeup of major nonprofit institutions driving economic and physical redevelopment of Central Philadelphia.
Researchers from Rutgers University–Camden and Rowan University are collaborating on an interdisciplinary project to accelerate the fight against diabetes and use untapped resources to improve treatment and perhaps even cure the disease. The joint Rowan University/Rutgers–Camden Board of Governors approved a $30,000 research grant for the project. “This valuable collaboration between South Jersey’s two most […]
A series of activities will celebrate cultural diversity at Rutgers University–Camden throughout Black History Month in February.
Residents of two Camden housing communities received a very special delivery this year, and it wasn’t the kind left under a tree. As part of her ongoing community health project to help Camden families live healthier lifestyles, Kathy Jackson, an assistant professor at the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden, partnered with Farmers Against Hunger and the […]
Side by Side: Rutgers–Camden Students and New Jersey Inmates Explore U.S. Correctional System Together
Twenty students – comprised of nine Rutgers–Camden students and 11 New Jersey inmates – attended a Confinement and Corrections course at South Woods State Prison in Bridgeton.
On the Fast Track: Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Graduates First Cohort of Accelerated Bachelor’s Degree Students
After 15 months with their foot on the gas pedal, a cohort of 33 Rutgers University–Camden nursing students are finally able to ease off the accelerator and cruise to the finish line. The students, who graduated Dec. 12, are the first to complete the Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program entirely at the Rutgers […]
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 Julia Manchester had it all planned out. She would attend Rutgers University–Camden and major in biology, which would serve as the starting point to her final destination: medical school. “I didn’t want to consider any other career paths because I thought that was the one for me,” says Manchester, a junior from […]
The Leadership Institute at Rutgers University–Camden will host a lunchtime discussion with Matt Katz, author of American Governor, his newly released book detailing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie behind the scenes and in the media, from noon to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16.
The Writers House at 305 Cooper Street will serve as home to both Rutgers–Camden’s Department of English and the master of fine arts (MFA) program in creative writing. Watch a video here:
A Strategic Global Win: Professor Named One of World’s Most Prolific International Strategic Management Researchers
By Ed Moorhouse Rakesh Sambharya, a professor of management and international business at Rutgers University–Camden, has been identified as one of the most prolific researchers in the field of international strategic management by Management International Review. Sambharya, a resident of Lansdale, Pa., was named among 42 of the most prominent researchers in this field according […]
Prestigious Fulbright Award Presented to Allow Rutgers University–Camden Finance Professor to Research European Stocks in Finland
John Broussard, an associate professor of finance at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden, has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright Award that will allow him to perform research at the Hanken School of Economics in Finland during the fall 2016 semester. The Rutgers University–Camden scholar and Cherry Hill resident will work closely with Finnish business scholars […]
No matter what happens on The Biggest Loser this season, Steve Kmet is walking away a winner. Kmet, a 2002 graduate of Rutgers University–Camden, where he earned his master of business administration, is a contestant on the NBC reality television show, currently airing on Monday nights. He may be dropping pounds, but what Kmet is […]
Researcher Jim Brown demonstrates the kind of rhetorical spaces networked software establishes and the access it permits, prevents, and molds, in his illuminating new book, Ethical Programs: Hospitality and the Rhetorics of Software (University of Michigan Press).
Rutgers University–Camden faculty, students, and alumni will showcase the broad and interdisciplinary range of teaching pedagogy in painting, sculpture, photography, graphic design, and animation in a new, off-campus exhibition called “Mixed Use: Extending the Terms.”
The Digital Studies Center will showcase works of art with significant, digitally created literary aspects, as it presents the exhibition “E-Lit: A Matter of Bits.”
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