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Rutgers Law in Camden Honors Founders of Student Cultural Groups

Rutgers Law in Camden Honors Founders of Student Cultural Groups

The Law School’s Minority Student Program is paying tribute to the Honorable Ronald Freeman, the Honorable Carmen Garcia, and David Oh.

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Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Dean Selected for Prestigious National Leadership Program

Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Dean Selected for Prestigious National Leadership Program

Marlton resident Joanne Robinson, the inaugural dean of the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden, has been named as one of nine fellows of the National League for Nursing’s Executive Leadership in Nursing Education and Practice program. The highly selective program is for experienced executive leaders in nursing education and practice who have held their positions for […]

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Zachary King’s Interest in Pursuing His Ph.D. Fostered at Rutgers–Camden

Zachary King’s Interest in Pursuing His Ph.D. Fostered at Rutgers–Camden

Zachary King aspired to work in financial advising or becoming a trader on Wall Street, but he soon discovered that his real passion is becoming an educator.

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Dedicated to Helping Child Victims of Sex Abuse in Bolivia

Dedicated to Helping Child Victims of Sex Abuse in Bolivia

Rutgers Law graduate Brisa De Angulo’s work to support sexually abused children in her native Bolivia is receiving recognition from organizations across the globe.

Veteran Presence: Rutgers Alumnus is a Study in Staying Positive

Veteran Presence: Rutgers Alumnus is a Study in Staying Positive

By Tom McLaughlin Looking back now, David Christian views his life as a “kaleidoscope” or “multifaceted diamond.” Patriot, Purple Heart recipient, dedicated veterans advocate, successful business owner, devoted husband and father – these are just a few of the many titles that he has earned, often the hard way, over the years. The 2011 Rutgers […]

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