CAMDEN — Patricia Suplee, an assistant professor at the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden, has been honored by the New Jersey March of Dimes as a 2014 Nurse of the Year. Through its Nurse of the Year Awards, the March of Dimes recognizes nurses who demonstrate exceptional patient care, compassion, and service while serving as a […]
Online shopping has many advantages, like avoiding long lines and large crowds, but digital technology has also brought the entire consumer experience to home computers and mobile devices. A Rutgers University–Camden marketing scholar says it’s not only changed the way people shop, but also the way retailers market their products to consumers. “Companies have to […]
Many generous donors make online contributions to nonprofit organizations this time of year, but most charitable websites surprisingly lack web security seals. Two Rutgers University–Camden accounting professors are researching the impact the presence of a security seal on an organization’s website has on the amount of charitable donations it receives. “When you go to a […]
During the holiday shopping season, malls seem to be as crowded as busy city streets. It’s a pedestrian traffic jam from store to store as people try to navigate the pathways that will lead them to the perfect holiday gift, and maybe even a bargain. Trying to get around or through droves of people isn’t […]
On Dec. 4, representatives from Rutgers University–Camden, the Camden School District, and Camden County College joined President Obama, the First Lady, and Vice President Biden along with hundreds of college presidents and other higher education leaders to announce new actions to help more students prepare for and graduate from college. The White House College Opportunity […]
Rasheda Weaver, a Ph.D. candidate in public affairs-community development at Rutgers University–Camden, is quickly making her presence felt in her adopted city of Camden.
Some enroll in law school to propel their own professional trajectory. For second-year Rutgers Law–Camden student Amanda O’Keefe, her decision to earn a law degree is fueled by those she aims to represent: individuals with disabilities, individuals like her sister. But O’Keefe isn’t waiting until graduation day to make a difference. Her family knows firsthand […]
Chris Wheeler, a Ph.D. student in public affairs at Rutgers University–Camden, is gaining an invaluable, experiential education as a 2015 Eagleton Alumni Fellow.
Monica Rivera, a Rutgers University–Camden nursing student and North Brunswick resident, has been awarded a scholarship from the Northern New Jersey Black Nurses Association for demonstrating excellence in academics and community service. “I’m honored to receive the scholarship and to become part of an organization that is so supportive of nursing students,” Rivera says. The […]
Harish Swaminathan, a doctoral student studying computational and integrative biology at Rutgers University–Camden, has been awarded a prestigious graduate research fellowship from the National Institute of Justice to fund his project, “Computational Methods for the Interpretation of Forensic DNA Samples.” The award program provides funding for research on crime, violence, and other criminal justice-related topics […]
Students at Rutgers University–Camden wear many hats throughout the course of their undergraduate experience. They’re researchers, athletes, members of campus clubs and organizations, interns, leaders in the community, and mentors to their peers. All of these activities foster personal growth and allow students to become well-rounded individuals, but it’s not always easy to balance each […]
The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts invites visitors to share their voices – thoughts, feelings, and memories of Camden – in an interactive recording booth in the Stedman Gallery. These recordings will become part of the “Sounds of Camden exhibition” and be made available for all visitors to hear using a separate listening station.
Sometimes, not all of the parts needed to perform a research lab experiment are readily available, but that isn’t stopping some creative Rutgers University–Camden students from thinking outside the box. If they don’t have it, they’ll invent it. It’s becoming more common for students to use 3D printing technology to build tools for their research […]
Graduate history students Dave Niescior and Matt White have organized a march that will take Revolutionary War reenactors – depicting Charles Willson Peale’s company of the Philadelphia Associators – from Trenton to Princeton, tracing the footsteps of the Continental Army’s grueling, overnight march from Jan. 2 to 3, 1777.
Ken Kendall, a distinguished professor of management at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden, has received the 2014 Dennis E. Grawoig Distinguished Service Award from the Decision Sciences Institute. The award honors Kendall’s 40 years of service to the institute, a professional organization of scholars and practitioners interested in the application of quantitative and behavioral methods […]
Jon Maddison, a 2010 graduate of Rutgers University–Camden, recently co-wrote an amicus curiae brief on behalf of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce, in response to what the chamber contends is Maryland’s unconstitutional personal income tax regime.
The Rutgers–Camden Jazz Ensemble will perform a free concert, featuring holiday favorites and jazz standards, at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 10, in the Black Box Studio Theater.
The Rutgers University–Camden Department of Fine Arts will present its annual collaborative holiday concert, “Sounds of the Season,” which will feature four of the music program’s prominent ensembles, as well as soloists and several Rutgers–Camden faculty members performing seasonal selections. The concert, which is free and open to the general public, will be held at […]
A Q & A with Rutgers–Camden professors and published novelists Lauren Grodstein and Pam Jenoff in celebration of National Novel Writing Month Dust off those notebooks, sharpen those pencils, and boot up those computers, November is National Novel Writing Month! In celebration, we check in with successful, published novelists Lauren Grodstein, an associate professor of […]
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Charlotte Markey, a professor of psychology at Rutgers University–Camden, offers a refreshingly different approach to weight management in her forthcoming book Smart People Don’t Diet, due out on Dec. 30 from Da Capo Lifelong Books.
Nursing Scholar Helps WOC Nurses Deliver Optimal Care for Treating Stomal and Peristomal Complications
Patients living with an ostomy can suffer from numerous complications, but the exact prevalence of those complications and how to deal with them have largely remained unknown. A Rutgers University–Camden nursing scholar is bringing them to light. Janice Beitz, a professor at the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden who specializes in acute and chronic wound, ostomy, […]