Student Achievement

Journal Publishes Student Essay

Journal Publishes Student Essay

The journal Young Scholars in Writing: Undergraduate Research in Writing and Rhetoric is publishing Rutgers-Camden major Natalie Midiri’s article on rhetoric. In her article “The Stylistic Effects of Human Rights Rhetoric: An Analysis of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s 2011 LGBT Human Rights Speech,” Midiri analyzes the historic international gay rights speech Clinton delivered […]

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Students Gain Work Experience Through Internships

Students Gain Work Experience Through Internships

For Rutgers–Camden students, internships are essential parts of learning that provide opportunities to gain real work experience and expand professional skills. During the fall 2012 semester, while voters elected local and national leaders and re-elected a president, a group of Rutgers–Camden students were preparing for their own political careers through internships in local government. “My […]

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Rutgers-Camden Business Students Participate in Collegiate Ethics Case Competition

Rutgers-Camden Business Students Participate in Collegiate Ethics Case Competition

CAMDEN — Armed with the knowledge they gained on finances and ethics through undergraduate coursework, a pair of students in the Rutgers School of Business–Camden showcased their business savvy during the Collegiate Ethics Case Competition at the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management in October. Bryan Barkow and Kevin Hansen, both Cherry Hill residents […]

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New York Times Blog Features Essay by Student in Rutgers–Camden MFA in Creative Writing Program

The New York Times blog “From Our Children” published the personal essay “Seeing Nature From My Father’s Eyes” by Issac Blum, a student in the Rutgers–Camden MFA program in creative writing. Read the essay here: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/23/booming/seeing-nature-through-my-fathe…. Accepting only 15 students per year, the competitive Rutgers–Camden MFA program in creative writing requires 42 credits of coursework […]

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Students Studying Apocalyptic Thinking in “End of the World” Course

CAMDEN —According to the ancient Mayan calendar, the end of the world is fast approaching, but Rutgers–Camden students shouldn’t count on the impending apocalypse to get them out of final exams. “They still have to study,” jokes Stuart Charmé, a professor of religion at Rutgers–Camden. This semester, Charmé is teaching a course titled “The End […]

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