Research Highlights

Rutgers Law School Report Recommends Improvements by States to Help Homeowners Buy Insurance

Rutgers Law School Report Recommends Improvements by States to Help Homeowners Buy Insurance

Most states don’t require insurance companies to provide adequate coverage, quality, and price information to consumers.

You Are What You Eat: Senior Capstone Course Explores the Politics of Consumption

You Are What You Eat: Senior Capstone Course Explores the Politics of Consumption

By Tom McLaughlin It seems like people are using every means possible these days to make a political statement – but food? Actually, whether we realize it or not, food always makes political arguments, posits Aaron Hostetter, an assistant professor of English at Rutgers University–Camden. “Think about what we are trying to say when we […]

Health Law Experts Including David Frankford of Rutgers Law School Urge State Rate Setting to Brake U.S. Health Spending

Health Law Experts Including David Frankford of Rutgers Law School Urge State Rate Setting to Brake U.S. Health Spending

Two leading health law and policy experts conclude that it’s time for serious consideration of state rate setting to control U.S. health expenditures, according to an issue brief published today by David Frankford, Professor of Law at Rutgers Law School, and Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy at Milken […]

Giving Back to the Community

Annual Rutgers Accounting Conference to Feature Top Industry Leaders on May 10 and 11

Annual Rutgers Accounting Conference to Feature Top Industry Leaders on May 10 and 11

Leaders in the accounting profession will discuss industry updates and best practices during the Second Annual Accounting Conference sponsored by the Rutgers School of Business–Camden on Wednesday, May 10, and Thursday, May 11. Accountants licensed in New Jersey and Pennsylvania have an opportunity to earn up to 12 CPE credits for attending the educational sessions. […]

Atari Pioneer Headlines Rutgers–Camden Symposium on Digital Technology

Atari Pioneer Headlines Rutgers–Camden Symposium on Digital Technology

By Tom McLaughlin The Digital Studies Center at Rutgers University–Camden will bring together leading scholars and artists to discuss the historical and cultural significance of digital technology from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, April 21. The Rutgers­–Camden Archive of Digital Ephemera (R-CADE) Symposium will be highlighted by a dinner and conversation with videogame pioneer […]

Rutgers–Camden to Host an Evening with Shaun King

Rutgers–Camden to Host an Evening with Shaun King

By Tom McLaughlin Rutgers University–Camden will host civil rights activist, journalist, and political commentator Shaun King for a free, public talk at 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 22. The presentation will be held in the Gordon Theater, located in the Fine Arts Complex, at 314 Linden Street on the Rutgers–Camden campus. A noted civil rights activist, […]

Student Achievement

Veteran and M.B.A. Graduate’s Expanding Career in Finance

Veteran and M.B.A. Graduate’s Expanding Career in Finance

Eric Carbone’s career has led him from a successful career in the military to the finance industry, and after earning his MBA, he hopes to advance his career even further.

Taking the Stand: Graduate Gets on Her Feet and Follows Dreams of Legal Career

Taking the Stand: Graduate Gets on Her Feet and Follows Dreams of Legal Career

By Tom McLaughlin At 17 years old, RoseMarie DeJesus found herself pregnant with her second child, and unable to avoid the disappointment and judgement of her teachers and fellow classmates. One of her teachers, she says, even used her as an example for the class of what not to do with one’s life. “It was […]

Fulfilling a Lifelong Dream for a Career in Law

Fulfilling a Lifelong Dream for a Career in Law

Jeanne Kabulis always had an interest in law, so after spending more than 20 years teaching French and Spanish, she decided to pursue a law degree.

Campus Life

A Team Effort for Law School Success

A Team Effort for Law School Success

Steven Okoye had a plan for attending law school, but when life circumstances required a change in plans, he took the challenge head-on to make everything work for him and his family.

Rutgers University–Camden Receives Charter for National Honor Society

Rutgers University–Camden Receives Charter for National Honor Society

Omicron Delta Kappa, The National Leadership Honor Society, has approved a charter that will allow Rutgers University–Camden students to participate in this national organization that honors superior leadership and exemplary character. “We are pleased to welcome Rutgers University–Camden into our society,” says Matthew Clifford, national president of Omicron Delta Kappa. “Students will now be recognized […]

Digital Studies Program Gives Graduates Competitive Edge in Both Tech-Related and Non-Technical Fields

Digital Studies Program Gives Graduates Competitive Edge in Both Tech-Related and Non-Technical Fields

By Tom McLaughlin It’s time to make the connection, says Jim Brown, director of the Digital Studies Center at Rutgers University–Camden. “There is really is no field that will go untouched by digital technologies,” explains the assistant professor of English at Rutgers–Camden. “Graduates heading out into the job market need to have ‘technical know-how,’ as […]

Scarlet Pride

New Health Care Administration Programs to be Developed at Rutgers University–Camden Thanks to Support from RURCBOG

New Health Care Administration Programs to be Developed at Rutgers University–Camden Thanks to Support from RURCBOG

New programs designed to prepare students to serve as leaders in the health care sector will be developed at Rutgers University–Camden with the support of a $25,000 planning grant provided by the Rowan University/Rutgers–Camden Board of Governors. The announcement was made at a regularly scheduled public meeting of the joint board in Camden today. The […]

Rutgers School of Business–Camden MBA Programs Ranked Among the Best by U.S. News and World Report

Rutgers School of Business–Camden MBA Programs Ranked Among the Best by U.S. News and World Report

The Rutgers School of Business–Camden has earned national recognition for the strength of its master of business administration (MBA) programs from U.S. News & World Report, with Rutgers–Camden among the top 50 part-time MBA programs in the country while also rating the school’s online MBA program among the nation’s top 100. The publication, which annually […]

Nursing Professor Receives Prominent Research Award

Nursing Professor Receives Prominent Research Award

Patricia D. Suplee, an associate professor at the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden, is the recipient of the 2017 Suzanne Feetham Nurse Scientist Family Research Award from the Eastern Nursing Research Society. A resident of Medford, Suplee received the annual award in honor of her distinguished career in clinical practice, scholarship, and teaching focused on women […]

Arts and Culture

Two Creative Writing Professors Named Guggenheim Fellows

Two Creative Writing Professors Named Guggenheim Fellows

By Tom McLaughlin Since its inception in 2008, the master of fine arts (MFA) in creative writing at Rutgers University–Camden has served as a launching pad for successful poets, and nonfiction and fiction writers alike. A testament to the world-class quality of the MFA program, two affiliated Rutgers–Camden faculty members – Patrick Rosal, an associate […]

Professor’s Artwork Selected for Display at New U.S. Embassy in Suriname

Professor’s Artwork Selected for Display at New U.S. Embassy in Suriname

By Tom McLaughlin Over the course of her distinguished career, Margery Amdur has served as a veritable ambassador of the arts. The associate professor of art at Rutgers University–Camden has displayed her inspired, mixed-media constructions in solo and group exhibitions and installations throughout the world, while offering countless students insight into her intuitive, meticulous, and […]

Theater Program Caps Season with Broadway Hit “Proof”

Theater Program Caps Season with Broadway Hit “Proof”

By Tom McLaughlin The Rutgers University–Camden theater program will present David Auburn’s award-winning drama Proof in the Walter K. Gordon Theater on the Rutgers–Camden campus. Evening performances are 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 5, to Saturday, April 8. A special high school matinee will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, April 7, and a matinee performance […]

Other Recent Posts

A Well-Rounded Rutgers University–Camden Education

A Well-Rounded Rutgers University–Camden Education

During Brittany Striewski’s four years at Rutgers University–Camden, she took advantage of as many educational and extracurricular opportunities as she could pack into her schedule.

Award-winning Art Major Expanded Horizons with Business Administration and Museum Studies Minors

Award-winning Art Major Expanded Horizons with Business Administration and Museum Studies Minors

By Sam Starnes Jacob Foster transferred to Rutgers University–Camden from Camden County College two years ago because he wanted to paint his way to an art degree. “I really loved my painting classes,” says the Waterford resident who will graduate from the Rutgers–Camden College of Arts and Sciences at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden on […]

Taking Flight: Ecuadorian Native Taught Value of Education at an Early Age

Taking Flight: Ecuadorian Native Taught Value of Education at an Early Age

By Tom McLaughlin In June 2001, 6-year-old Omar Samaniego boarded a plane in his native Ecuador with his parents, Gladys and Fidel, and his older brother, Richard, and headed for the United States. Alert and self-aware as a child, he knew then that he wouldn’t be coming back. “I understood that I was leaving behind […]