Research Highlights

Researcher Offers Parents Tips for Preparing Healthy and Appealing Meals for Kids

Researcher Offers Parents Tips for Preparing Healthy and Appealing Meals for Kids

Prof. Charlotte Markey offers evidence-based tips that parents can be mindful of when preparing their children’s lunches – or any meals, for that matter.

Pediatric Cancer Patients May Experience Improved Comfort, Thanks to Researcher’s New Grant-Funded Project

Pediatric Cancer Patients May Experience Improved Comfort, Thanks to Researcher’s New Grant-Funded Project

Lauren Daniel, an assistant professor of psychology and a licensed clinical psychologist, has received a $50,000 grant from the New Jersey Commission on Cancer Research to lead a pilot program aimed at improving sleep in pediatric cancer patients undergoing stem cell transplants.

Language of Love: Scholar Explains Origins of Valentine’s Day in English Literature

Language of Love: Scholar Explains Origins of Valentine’s Day in English Literature

Prof. Aaron Hostetter explains the origins of Valentine’s Day in English literature.

Giving Back to the Community

Innovative Peer-to-Peer Delivery of Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Program Could be Model for Colleges Nationwide

Innovative Peer-to-Peer Delivery of Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Program Could be Model for Colleges Nationwide

An innovative, peer-to-peer delivery of TakeCare – a widely used sexual assault prevention and awareness program – developed at Rutgers University–Camden could serve as a model for psychology courses nationwide.

Writers House to Host Special Event Highlighting Lived Experiences of Marginalized veterans

Writers House to Host Special Event Highlighting Lived Experiences of Marginalized veterans

The Writers House at Rutgers University–Camden will host a special event focusing on the lived experiences of veterans.

Chancellor Phoebe A. Haddon Named Chair of Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

Chancellor Phoebe A. Haddon Named Chair of Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

Phoebe A. Haddon, chancellor of Rutgers University–Camden, has been named chair of the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.

Student Achievement

Only Miles to Go: Student Veteran Returns Home for Thanksgiving

Only Miles to Go: Student Veteran Returns Home for Thanksgiving

A Rutgers–Camden student veteran will fulfill a dream many years – and miles – in the making when he returns home for Thanksgiving.

Biology Major Named Outstanding Female Student Veteran of the Year

Biology Major Named Outstanding Female Student Veteran of the Year

Leslie Demark of Gibbsboro has been named Rutgers University–Camden’s outstanding female student veteran from the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs at Rutgers–Camden for 2019.

Student Veterans Group President Named Outstanding Male Student Veteran of the Year

Student Veterans Group President Named Outstanding Male Student Veteran of the Year

Jaron Brown of Mount Laurel have been named Rutgers University–Camden’s outstanding male student veteran from the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs at Rutgers–Camden for 2019.

Campus Life

Leading Advocates for Equality to Receive Honorary Degrees at Rutgers–Camden Commencement

Leading Advocates for Equality to Receive Honorary Degrees at Rutgers–Camden Commencement

Nikole Hannah-Jones, Judy Perry Martinez, and Judith Persichilli will receive honorary degrees from Rutgers University–Camden during commencement ceremonies May 20-21.

Rutgers University–Camden Chancellor Phoebe Haddon Announces Intention to Step Down as Chancellor

Rutgers University–Camden Chancellor Phoebe Haddon Announces Intention to Step Down as Chancellor

Rutgers–Camden Chancellor Phoebe Haddon announced the 2019-20 academic year will be her last as leader of the campus.

United Kingdom Court of Appeals Judge to Speak at Rutgers Law School in Camden

United Kingdom Court of Appeals Judge to Speak at Rutgers Law School in Camden

Sir Richard Arnold, an intellectual property expert, will be the speaker for the Greg Lastowka Memorial Lecture at Rutgers Law School in Camden on Thursday, Feb. 27.

Scarlet Pride

Alumna Makes $250,000 Gift to Establish Endowment for Childhood Studies

Alumna Makes $250,000 Gift to Establish Endowment for Childhood Studies

Rutgers University–Camden will continue to be a global leader at the forefront of childhood studies research and initiatives, thanks to a $250,000 gift from alumna Nancy Shuman to establish the Nancy Seagrave Shuman Endowment for Childhood Studies.

Rutgers University–Camden Named “Best Bang for the Buck” University by Washington Monthly Magazine

Rutgers University–Camden Named “Best Bang for the Buck” University by Washington Monthly Magazine

Rutgers University–Camden once again has been recognized by Washington Monthly magazine as a great value.

School of Nursing Professor Selected for National Honor

School of Nursing Professor Selected for National Honor

Nancy Pontes, an assistant professor at the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden, was selected as an American Academy of Nursing fellow, one of the highest honors in nursing scholarship.

Arts and Culture

Camden Students Create Gallery Exhibitions via Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts’ Museum Mentorship Program

Camden Students Create Gallery Exhibitions via Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts’ Museum Mentorship Program

By Tom McLaughlin At the Dr. Charles E. Brimm Medical Arts High School in Camden, old desks from the school basement are getting renewed purpose. But these are no ordinary desks. They will poignantly remain empty, and students will use the backs, arms, and legs as canvases to spread messages of gun-violence awareness. Robin Cogan, […]

Student Works Gallery Presents Mixed-Media Exhibition “HER-Stories: Visual Narrative of Women of the African Diaspora”

Student Works Gallery Presents Mixed-Media Exhibition “HER-Stories: Visual Narrative of Women of the African Diaspora”

The Student Works Gallery at Rutgers University–Camden will showcase powerful mixed-media images by Rutgers–Camden alumna Lavett Ballard as it presents “HER-Stories: Visual Narrative of Women of the African Diaspora.”

Theater Program Continues 2019-20 Season With William Shakespeare’s Hamlet

Theater Program Continues 2019-20 Season With William Shakespeare’s Hamlet

The Rutgers University–Camden theater program will continue its 2019-20 season with William Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

Other Recent Posts

Roses Are Red: Researcher Explains Psychological and Physiological Effects of Valentine’s Day Colors

Roses Are Red: Researcher Explains Psychological and Physiological Effects of Valentine’s Day Colors

Researcher Sarah Allred explains the physiological and psychological effects of Valentine’s Day colors.

Rutgers‒Camden Scholar Aims to Prevent Harm to Agriculture by Studying How Plants Cope With Stress

Rutgers‒Camden Scholar Aims to Prevent Harm to Agriculture by Studying How Plants Cope With Stress

Biology professor Xingyun Qi’s research on salinity stress to plants could help uncover ways to protect crops from destruction.

New Craft-Based Exhibition Highlights Questions of Identity, Race, and Religion

New Craft-Based Exhibition Highlights Questions of Identity, Race, and Religion

Visitors are invited to explore questions of identity, race, and religion in a new craft-based, multisensory exhibition at Rutgers University–Camden.