Mary Beth Daisey (associate chancellor, student affairs) has been named to the board of CampusPhilly, an organization that seeks to retain college students in the Delaware Valley. Share this!
“Keeping Their Children by Sending Them ‘Home’: The Transnational Parenting Strategies of Ghanaian Migrants
Dr. Cati Coe (associate professor, CFAS-anthropology) delivered a paper, “Keeping Their Children by Sending Them ‘Home’: The Transnational Parenting Strategies of Ghanaian Migrants,” as part of a panel about “How Transnational Migrants Decide Where to Raise their Children” at the American Anthropological Association annual meeting in San Francisco in November. She also served as discussant […]
Dr. Robert Ciervo (director, Learning Center) and Timothy Pure (assistant director, Learning Center) delivered a presentation, “Scholastic Standing and the Learning Center: A Five Year Collaboration,” at the College Reading and Learning Association’s PA/NJ Fall Cluster Meeting at Montclair State University on Oct. 19. Share this!
Prof. Michael Carrier (professor, CLaw) published “Why the ‘Scope of the Patent’ Test Cannot Solve the Drug Settlement Problem” in the Stanford Technology Law Review. He also was quoted in the ABA Journal, Chicago Tribune, CNNMoney, Global Competition Review, Inside Counsel, Los Angeles Times, NBCNews.com, Philadelphia Inquirer, San Francisco Chronicle, Toronto Star, Wall Street Journal, […]
Rutgers-Camden Researchers Awarded $4 million Contract for “Strengthening Families” Project in South Jersey
CAMDEN —A significant number of “working poor” families in southern New Jersey are having difficulty accessing crucial support services to ensure child well-being and financial stability. They are families whose incomes are too high to qualify for many assistance programs, yet too low to make it on their own; a group of people who could […]