For the first time ever, the U.S. Department of Justice has entered an agreement with a juvenile court in Shelby County, Tennessee to better protect the constitutional rights of young people there. In an unprecedented effort to reform the juvenile court in the county where Memphis is located, Sandra Simkins, a clinical professor at the […]
A Rutgers–Camden nursing scholar has been honored by the Rutgers University Graduate School of Education Alumni Association for her outstanding service to education. The GSEAA awarded Carol P. Germain, director of nursing program development at the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden, with a Distinguished Service Award in April. “It’s always good to receive recognition for one’s […]
Wayne Glasker, an associate professor of history at Rutgers–Camden, was honored with a Visionary Leader Award from the Camden County East chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) at the chapter’s Freedom Fund Awards ceremony held on April 20. The award was accompanied by a joint legislative commendation from New […]
Kevin Walsh, a 1999 graduate of the Rutgers School of Law-Camden, was inclined to “challenge the status quo,” as he puts it, even before he reached law school. But his experience at Rutgers–Camden helped this advocate, named Lawyer of the Year in December 2012 by the New Jersey Law Journal, find the tools – and […]
Learn more about the four Rutgers Law graduates, including Camden graduates Congressman Frank Pallone Jr. (CLAW ’78) and Congressman Scott Garrett (CLAW ’84), who represent the people in the U.S. Congress. The feature is in this month’s Rutgers Magazine, but can be read online here. Share this!