Research Highlights

Rutgers–Camden Receives AmeriCorps Grant to Strengthen Camden-Area Public Health

Rutgers–Camden Receives AmeriCorps Grant to Strengthen Camden-Area Public Health

Rutgers–Camden will support 47 AmeriCorps members, providing more than 15,700 hours of public health service each year across the greater Camden area.

Five Rutgers–Camden Faculty Members Earn 2022 Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity

Five Rutgers–Camden Faculty Members Earn 2022 Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity

Researchers excel in mathematics, physics, science, psychology, sociology, anthropology and criminal justice topics   May 5, 2022 By Tom McLaughlin Rutgers University–Camden Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis selected five faculty members to receive the 2022 Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity. These awards  go to faculty who have demonstrated outstanding achievements in research, scholarship, […]

Drones Level the Playing Field as Ukraine Battles Russia

Drones Level the Playing Field as Ukraine Battles Russia

Rutgers–Camden researcher Michael Boyle explains capabilities of mini machines to become great equalizers

Giving Back to the Community

Signature Program: Rutgers‒Camden and City of Camden forge partnership to launch new experiential learning initiative

Signature Program: Rutgers‒Camden and City of Camden forge partnership to launch new experiential learning initiative

Rutgers–Camden Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis and City of Camden Mayor Victor G. Carstarphen signed a memorandum of understanding officially launching the Chancellor’s Mayoral Internship Program.

Shine On: Local luminaries honored by Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs

Shine On: Local luminaries honored by Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs

Four southern New Jersey citizens honored as emblematic of research institute’s mission Photo by Richard Ratner May 13, 2022 By Tom McLaughlin The Senator Walter Rand Institute (WRI) for Public Affairs at Rutgers University–Camden honored four prominent southern New Jersey citizens – shining examples of its mission to foster a healthy, productive, and thriving South […]

Field of Dreams: Camden Athletic Complex officially opened

Field of Dreams: Camden Athletic Complex officially opened

A field of dreams five years in the making came to fruition today as the Camden Athletic Complex, located at Delaware Avenue and Penn Street on the Camden waterfront, was officially opened.

Student Achievement

Rutgers–Camden Commencement Ceremonies to Celebrate Class of 2022 Graduates

Rutgers–Camden Commencement Ceremonies to Celebrate Class of 2022 Graduates

Nikole Hannah-Jones, creator of the 1619 Project, and New Jersey Health Commissioner Judith M. Persichilli to receive honorary degrees

Beyond the Dream to a Vision of Green

Beyond the Dream to a Vision of Green

A Rutgers Law in Camden student and a Rutgers–New Brunswick alumnus helped transform an abandoned Camden landfill into a waterfront park.

On Top of the World: Nursing Major Earns Top Honor from Rutgers–Camden’s Office of Military and Veterans Affairs

On Top of the World: Nursing Major Earns Top Honor from Rutgers–Camden’s Office of Military and Veterans Affairs

Emily Krowicki named 2021 Rutgers–Camden Student Veteran of the Year Nov. 16, 2021 By Tom McLaughlin Serving in the United States Marine Corps, recalls Emily Krowicki, she enjoyed a sense of “community and purpose” among her comrades which she lost upon being honorably discharged after six years. “I didn’t realize that sense of connection was […]

Campus Life

Paraguay USAID Official Visits Rutgers–Camden to Celebrate University’s Support

Paraguay USAID Official Visits Rutgers–Camden to Celebrate University’s Support

Evelyn Rodriguez-Perez, the country representative for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Paraguay, visited Rutgers University–Camden this week.

Rutgers–Camden Celebrates Inaugural Pride Fest

Rutgers–Camden Celebrates Inaugural Pride Fest

Students, staff and faculty showed up to support the campus’ first annual Pride Fest.

New Graduate Programs Prepare Rutgers–Camden Students in Cutting-Edge Disciplines

New Graduate Programs Prepare Rutgers–Camden Students in Cutting-Edge Disciplines

The Rutgers Board of Governors unanimously voted to approve three new graduate programs – a Ph.D. program and a master’s program in prevention science, and a master’s program in data science – to be offered by the Graduate School at Rutgers University–Camden. The programs are scheduled to launch in fall 2022.

Scarlet Pride

Branching Out: Luo’s growth began with solid roots

Branching Out: Luo’s growth began with solid roots

For Rufan Luo, Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month is all about family

Home Schooled: Graduating senior learned respect for diversity at an early age

Home Schooled: Graduating senior learned respect for diversity at an early age

Adam Soliman takes another step toward the fore of societal change on Tuesday, May 17 when he graduates with a perfect 4.0, triple majoring in political science, religion, and global studies, and a minor in Spanish

A Voice in the Crowd: Graduating senior a “fierce advocate” for immigrant rights

A Voice in the Crowd: Graduating senior a “fierce advocate” for immigrant rights

Tania Martinez became a fierce advocate for immigrant rights during her time at Rutgers–Camden,

Arts and Culture

Sign of the Times: Kotsur’s historic Oscar win evidence of progress, says Rutgers–Camden researcher

Sign of the Times: Kotsur’s historic Oscar win evidence of progress, says Rutgers–Camden researcher

Rutgers University–Camden researcher Sam Rabinowitz explains how the actor’s win is evidence of societal improvement

Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill and Oscars victories demonstrate mixed opinions for LGBTQ rights movement

Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill and Oscars victories demonstrate mixed opinions for LGBTQ rights movement

The dichotomy demonstrates how progress has not unfolded equally across the country.

Rite of Passage

Rite of Passage

Rutgers University–Camden pays homage to the passage of time, growth and individual journeys with the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts exhibition, “Passages: 8 Women Painters.”

Other Recent Posts

Understanding Segregation and Hope for Change

Understanding Segregation and Hope for Change

Inaugural Chancellor’s Lecture on Global Racial Reckoning and Civility Energizes Standing-Room Only Crowd at Rutgers University–Camden

Reasons to Celebrate

Reasons to Celebrate

Rutgers–Camden Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis delivers Spring Address

Rutgers-Camden Professor Heightens Awareness of Sexual Assault and Violence Prevention

Rutgers-Camden Professor Heightens Awareness of Sexual Assault and Violence Prevention

One in five female undergraduates is sexually assaulted, according to the United States Bureau of Statistics.