U.S. Ambassador Joseph Mussomeli RLAW ’78 will give a free, public lecture on the impact of foreign policy on the current presidential race, from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. Tuesday, April 12.
We’ve been sharing our #250PointsOfPride, and now we want to hear from you! Share a post on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter that tells why you’re proud to be part of the Rutgers–Camden community and include the hashtags #Raptortude and #Rutgers250. Be creative! Each post will count as one entry for a chance to win Rutgers–Camden […]
Rutgers School of Business–Camden Part-Time MBA Program Ranked Among the Best by U.S. News and World Report
The Rutgers School of Business–Camden’s part-time master of business administration program has been ranked among the top 100 part-time MBA programs in the country by U.S. News and World Report. The publication, which annually ranks the top higher education institutions and programs around the world, ranked Rutgers University–Camden’s program 89th among 296 part-time MBA programs […]
Up in the Air: Rutgers–Camden Nursing Professor Reflects on 25-year Career as a Nurse in the United States Air Force
By Ed Moorhouse It started out as a mere two-year commitment, Elizabeth Scannell-Desch explains, but the framed photograph on the wall in the Rutgers University–Camden nursing professor’s office is proof that her military career was no fleeting moment. In the portrait, Scannell-Desch proudly stands in front of a C-9 Nightingale, one of the aeromedical evacuation […]
A Real Catch: Rutgers–Camden Alumnus Uses Doctoral Research in Australia to Help Reduce Extinction Threat to Shark Species
By Ed Moorhouse First, Jaws made beachgoers think twice before going into the water. Then, Discovery Channel dedicated a weeklong block of summer programming to the predators at sea. Now, sharks are flying out of tornados in wildly inventive made-for-TV movies. Sharks have always seeped into the imaginations — and nightmares — of people everywhere, […]