Research Highlights

Mobile App Puts Researcher’s Tips and Tools for Sustainable Health Management into Action

Mobile App Puts Researcher’s Tips and Tools for Sustainable Health Management into Action

Charlotte Markey, a professor of psychology at Rutgers University–Camden, has helped to develop the innovative new SmartenFit app, an easy-to-use tool to help individuals navigate a path toward sustainable health, as a companion to her new book, Smart People Don’t Diet.

Research Center to Present Update on its Camden Neighborhood Change Study

Research Center to Present Update on its Camden Neighborhood Change Study

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) at Rutgers University–Camden will present an update on the significance and goals of its “Camden Neighborhood Change Study,” at noon Friday, Jan. 30.

Research to Fight Pathogens That Infect Canola Takes Root at Rutgers–Camden

Research to Fight Pathogens That Infect Canola Takes Root at Rutgers–Camden

Research that will help to fight soil-borne pathogens that infect canola plants is taking root at Rutgers University–Camden. Canola is oil produced from the seed of several varieties of plant known as Brassica rapa, which includes leafy vegetables like cabbage or broccoli. These plants are very susceptible to a pathogen that causes clubroot, a common […]

Giving Back to the Community

Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities Creates Virtual Walking Tour of Camden’s Waterfront South Neighborhood

Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities Creates Virtual Walking Tour of Camden’s Waterfront South Neighborhood

With precious little history chronicling Camden’s rich cultural and industrial heritage, there is even less known about the city’s Waterfront South neighborhood – but now that’s changing. Members of the general public can now take a virtual tour of the Waterfront South neighborhood, thanks to a unique partnership between the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the […]

Community Leadership Center to Host Symposia Series on Education Equality and Transformation of Schools

Community Leadership Center to Host Symposia Series on Education Equality and Transformation of Schools

The Community Leadership Center at Rutgers University–Camden will host a two-part symposia series exploring education equality and the transformation of schools. The symposia series, which is free of charge and open to the general public, will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room on the main level of the Campus Center. “Education of American children in […]

Rutgers University–Camden Earns National Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

Rutgers University–Camden Earns National Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has selected Rutgers University–Camden to receive its 2015 Community Engagement Classification. This is the first time that Rutgers University–Camden has received this highly selected designation. The southern New Jersey research university is among 83 institutions to receive this inaugural designation this year. Three hundred and sixty-one universities […]

Student Achievement

Eight Rutgers Law–Camden Students Named Eagleton Fellows

Eight Rutgers Law–Camden Students Named Eagleton Fellows

Eight Rutgers Law–Camden students have been named 2015 Eagleton Graduate Fellows, joining an elite class of 27 members selected from hundreds across the university for the honored tradition of placing Rutgers students in positions within the New Jersey executive branch each spring since 2000. According to Clinical Professor of Law Harriet Katz, who directs the […]

Ph.D. Student Serving as 2015 Eagleton Alumni Fellow

Ph.D. Student Serving as 2015 Eagleton Alumni Fellow

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.

Nursing Student Awarded Scholarship

Nursing Student Awarded Scholarship

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 […]

Campus Life

School of Business Prepares Students for Success

School of Business Prepares Students for Success

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 […]

Visitors Invited to Add Their Voices to “Sounds of Camden” Exhibition

Visitors Invited to Add Their Voices to “Sounds of Camden” Exhibition

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.

Students Use 3D Printing Technology

Students Use 3D Printing Technology

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 […]

Scarlet Pride

Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Scholars Appointed United Nations Delegates

Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Scholars Appointed United Nations Delegates

Finding better health care solutions for the global population is an important ongoing conversation, and two Rutgers University–Camden nursing scholars will now be at the forefront of the discussion among international health professionals. Marian Nowak and Patricia Sayers, both assistant professors at the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden, have been appointed as United Nations delegates by […]

Graduate Students Organize Reenactment of Historic Continental Army March

Graduate Students Organize Reenactment of Historic Continental Army March

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.

Management Scholar Receives Distinguished Service Award

Management Scholar Receives Distinguished Service Award

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 […]

Arts and Culture

Theater Program to Present Festival of Student-Directed One-Act Plays

Theater Program to Present Festival of Student-Directed One-Act Plays

The Rutgers University–Camden Theater Program will kick off its spring 2015 lineup with a series of new plays in the annual Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival.

Engaging New Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Exhibition Focuses on Digital Art

Engaging New Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Exhibition Focuses on Digital Art

A common part of everyday life, computers – and especially cellphones – have given anyone equipped with a device the ability to generate digital images. With an increased focus on these images as digital art, the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts presents an engaging new exhibition, “From the Digital Toolbox.” The display will run from […]

The Write Stuff

The Write Stuff

A Q & A with Rutgers–Camden professors and published novelists Lauren Grodstein and Pam Jenoff Throughout its history, Rutgers University–Camden has served as a hub of literary activity in the South Jersey region. Known for its engaging master of fine arts (M.F.A.) in creative writing program, Rutgers–Camden offers a vibrant mix of courses, workshops, and […]

Other Recent Posts

Roses are Red? Rutgers–Camden Researcher Explores Complex Relationship Between Color Perception and Memory

Roses are Red? Rutgers–Camden Researcher Explores Complex Relationship Between Color Perception and Memory

Sarah Allred, an assistant professor of psychology, explores the relationship between color perception and memory, and the research techniques for studying these processes, in a new research article, titled “Relating Color Working Memory and Color Perception.”

Teaching LGBT Law for LGBT Community

Teaching LGBT Law for LGBT Community

When Ryann Aaron was researching where to study law, a top factor was each school’s LGBT atmosphere. Through research, he knew that Rutgers has LGBT faculty, offers LGBT courses, and is home to an active LGBT student organization. This semester, Aaron, now in his second year of law school and current president of OUTLaws, which […]

Rutgers Law Students Continue Social Justice Awards Ceremony Jan. 23

Rutgers Law Students Continue Social Justice Awards Ceremony Jan. 23

Four individuals who exemplify the values advocated by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will be honored by the Rutgers Law–Camden Black Law Students Association during its 19th annual Champions of Social Justice Awards Banquet on Friday, Jan. 23. This year’s honorees include Newark City Mayor Ras Baraka; Philadelphia Diversity Law Group Founder Lois Kimbol; United […]