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Jon Bon Jovi and Bryan Stevenson to Receive Honorary Degrees

Jon Bon Jovi and Bryan Stevenson to Receive Honorary Degrees

During its regularly scheduled meeting in Newark, the Rutgers Board of Governors today approved Rutgers University–Camden’s recommendation to present honorary degrees to Jon Bon Jovi and Bryan Stevenson at the Rutgers University–Camden Convocation and Graduate Commencement ceremony. The ceremony will be held at 9 a.m. Thursday, May 21, at the Susquehanna Bank Center, located at […]

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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 […]

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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.

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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 […]

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Voters’ Rights Project: Connecting Camden Voters to the Polls for 10 Years

Voters’ Rights Project: Connecting Camden Voters to the Polls for 10 Years

The right to vote is powerful, even more so in a city like Camden,” says third-year Rutgers Law–Camden student Kaitlyn Compari about the school’s Voters’ Rights Project. The nationally recognized pro bono program has been connecting Camden voters with the polls for a decade. Established in 2004 by the Association of Public Interest Law at […]

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