By Tom McLaughlin Across the nation, school nurses are critical to the health of their students and their communities. Thanks to a $200,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden will bolster its mission of educating school nurses to address the complex and increasingly demanding health needs of students and […]
By Tom McLaughlin Signaling a historic, new era of research collaboration, Rutgers University–Camden will bring together leading scholars from the United States and Cuba for a conference focusing on issues of sustainable community development in the island nation, from Oct. 31 to Nov. 3 on the Rutgers–Camden campus. The International Conference on Cuba will be […]
Original Intents: Nation’s Founders Had Differing Views on Constitution’s Meaning, Says Rutgers Scholar
By Tom McLaughlin Gun control. Abortion. Immigration. Education. Supreme Court appointments. As these and countless other issues are debated this election season, a familiar, underlying question continues to be asked by American scholars and citizens alike: What is the role of the U.S. Constitution in deciding these arguments? Is the Constitution fluid – a living, […]
Beyond the Borders: Citizenship Politics Expert Explains Election Issues Most Important to Latino Americans
Lorrin Thomas, an associate professor and chair of the Department of History at Rutgers University–Camden, discusses election issues most important to Latino Americans and how candidates can reach this important voting bloc.
By Tom McLaughlin In remembrance of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals, Catholic parishes throughout the United States will once again host annual animal blessing ceremonies on or around Oct. 4. Just in time for the feast day, consumer behavior and marketing expert Robert Schindler reminds us that the social phenomenon of […]