Chris Mayer-Bacon, a Wenonah resident who is pursuing a master’s degree in computational and integrative biology at Rutgers-Camden, recently embarked on a 70-day, 4,500-mile bike ride to raise money for the Ulman Cancer Fund. Share this!
CAMDEN — The Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden has honored two of its distinguished alumnae for their career accomplishments in the nursing profession. Adrienne Kirby, president and CEO of Cooper University Health Care, received the school’s Alumni Nursing Pioneer Award. Regina Grazel, a project coordinator for the New Jersey chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, […]
Kimberlee Sue Moran, a grant facilitator for the Rutgers-Camden College of Arts and Sciences and instructor for the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, & Criminal Justice, has been named “Scientist of the Year” by the Philadelphia Geek Awards. Moran, a Winslow Township resident, is a forensic archeologist who has worked on a number of cases in […]
CAMDEN — A pair of Rutgers–Camden nursing faculty members have been selected as American Academy of Nursing fellows, one of the highest honors in nursing scholarship. Robert Atkins, an associate professor with a joint appointment in nursing and childhood studies at Rutgers–Camden, and Janice Beitz, a professor of nursing, will be inducted into the academy […]
Wounded Iraq War Hero and Rutgers–Camden Graduate to Participate in Fourth Annual Jeremy Kane 5K Benefit Run
Hundreds of people will take to the Cherry Hill streets on June 9 to run in honor of a fallen hero. The Fourth Annual Jeremy Kane 5K Benefit Run, beginning at Cherry Hill High School East at 8:30 a.m., will raise money for the Jeremy Kane Scholarship Fund, which supports student veterans at Rutgers University. […]