Graduating student-veteran David Garcia went from a career leading others in the U.S. Army to a position serving as a resident director at Salisbury University upon graduating from Rutgers–Camden this May.
Excellence in Science: Undergraduate Students Present Research at the American Physical Society Conference in Baltimore
With nearly 10,000 attendees, the March 2016 meeting of the American Physical Society attracted some of the top physicists and researchers to Baltimore to share groundbreaking research initiatives from various industries, universities, and labs around the world. Two Rutgers University–Camden undergraduate students were invited to be among them. “The entire conference experience was really humbling,” […]
There’s a simple, but common theme that emerges among graduating students at Rutgers University–Camden as commencement comes into focus and they begin to reflect on their undergraduate journey. It’s that hard work pays off. “The most important thing I learned was that success can be found anywhere with enough resilience and perseverance,” Mark Lippincott, a […]
Two alumnae of Rutgers University–Camden have written award-winning fiction for new works that vividly convey life in strife-ridden Nigeria and the West Bank. Share this!
The Road to Research: Rutgers–Camden Student Combines Two Passions for Multidisciplinary Research Experience
By Ed Moorhouse The great baseball player Yogi Berra famously said, “When you come to a fork in the road, take it.” For Ashley Lewis, the saying couldn’t be more fitting. Instead of deciding between two academic paths — biology and philosophy — the Rutgers University–Camden junior from Gibbsboro chose both, and is thriving in […]