Research Highlights

New Undergraduate Fellowship at Rutgers–Camden Increases Access for Students Pursuing Biomedical Research Careers

New Undergraduate Fellowship at Rutgers–Camden Increases Access for Students Pursuing Biomedical Research Careers

The MARC U*STAR program provides tuition assistance and a stipend for juniors and seniors to conduct research in campus labs.

Rising costs in water bills will lead to rate shocks; water utilities must prepare now, urges Rutgers University–Camden researcher

Rising costs in water bills will lead to rate shocks; water utilities must prepare now, urges Rutgers University–Camden researcher

Professor Richard Michelfelder says water utilities must educate customers on water rates and usage before the “rate shock” hits them.

Later start times for school days can also reduce crime, says Rutgers University–Camden researcher

Later start times for school days can also reduce crime, says Rutgers University–Camden researcher

When the school day ends later, teens have less time at the end of the day for unstructured socialization.

Giving Back to the Community

Educating Military Veterans to Become Nurses to Care for Fellow Veterans

Educating Military Veterans to Become Nurses to Care for Fellow Veterans

The program is funded by a three-year, $1.5 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Nurses: 4 Million Reasons to Celebrate #ThankANurse

Nurses: 4 Million Reasons to Celebrate #ThankANurse

Dean Donna Nickitas issues a call to action during National Nurses Week 2019.

Rutgers Law School Students Assist Camden-Area Residents Seeking to Expunge Criminal Records

Rutgers Law School Students Assist Camden-Area Residents Seeking to Expunge Criminal Records

The Expungement Law Project helps low-income residents navigate New Jersey’s byzantine expungement process.

Student Achievement

Accounting Major Earns Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship

Accounting Major Earns Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship

Rutgers–Camden accounting major Bielka Gonzalez has earned a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, which she will use to study at Ewha Woman’s University in South Korea this fall semester.

From Patient to Nurse: Graduating Nursing Student Brooke Trigiani

From Patient to Nurse: Graduating Nursing Student Brooke Trigiani

Inspired by nurses who cared for her when she was a patient, Rutgers University‒Camden nursing student Brooke Trigiani is fulfilling a dream to take care of others.

Graduating Student Takes Accelerated Path to a Career in Finance

Graduating Student Takes Accelerated Path to a Career in Finance

Harry Harris’ intense focus on an early start to a career in finance led him to pack a four-year Rutgers University‒Camden business curriculum into three years.

Campus Life

Reduce Anxiety About Writing College Papers with These Tips from Rutgers–Camden Professor

Reduce Anxiety About Writing College Papers with These Tips from Rutgers–Camden Professor

William FitzGerald, an associate professor of English at Rutgers–Camden, offers a few key points for tackling college papers and staying on track throughout the writing process.

Regional Leaders Named to Rand Institute Advisory Board

Regional Leaders Named to Rand Institute Advisory Board

Three regional leaders have been named to the advisory board for the Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs at Rutgers–Camden.

Rutgers–Camden Celebrates Class of 2019

Rutgers–Camden Celebrates Class of 2019

Graduates of Rutgers University-Camden were encouraged to be champions for social justice and a force for good as they take their place to shape the country’s future during recent commencement ceremonies.

Scarlet Pride

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.

Recent Graduate Earns German Academic Exchange Service Scholarship

Recent Graduate Earns German Academic Exchange Service Scholarship

Sarah Filippi-Field, a graduating urban studies and community development major at Rutgers University–Camden, has earned a German Academic Exchange Service scholarship.

Nursing Graduate Grateful for Grant Program that Supported Her Studies at Rutgers–Camden

Nursing Graduate Grateful for Grant Program that Supported Her Studies at Rutgers–Camden

Shantá Rembert worked full time for Cooper University Hospital while earning her bachelor’s degree in nursing.

Arts and Culture

The Truth is Out There: A Q&A with Prof. Emeritus Ted Goertzel on the “Let’s Storm Area 51” Meme

The Truth is Out There: A Q&A with Prof. Emeritus Ted Goertzel on the “Let’s Storm Area 51” Meme

Ted Goertzel, a professor emeritus of sociology at Rutgers–Camden and a research expert on the phenomena of conspiracy theories, explains the fascination with the “Let’s Storm Area 51” meme.

Repurpose: Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Project Shows Camden Youth How to Create Works of Art from Recycled Materials

Repurpose: Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Project Shows Camden Youth How to Create Works of Art from Recycled Materials

Visiting artists affiliated with the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts have been leading Camden youth in the creation of art from recycled materials gathered at Rutgers University–Camden.

English Scholar Stewards New Edition of Preeminent Student Guide for Writing College Papers

English Scholar Stewards New Edition of Preeminent Student Guide for Writing College Papers

William FitzGerald, an associate professor of English at Rutgers University–Camden, once again teams with Boston University scholar Joe Bizup to revise and steward the late Kate L. Turabian’s The Student’s Guide to Writing College Papers.

Other Recent Posts

Research Introduces a More Accurate Way to Gauge Pain in Mice, Yielding Potential to Help Chronic Pain Patients

Research Introduces a More Accurate Way to Gauge Pain in Mice, Yielding Potential to Help Chronic Pain Patients

The method could lead researchers to discover new ways to treat pain in human patients.

Investors Often Buy the Wrong Stock Because of a Similar Name or Ticker Symbol, says New Research at Rutgers University–Camden

Investors Often Buy the Wrong Stock Because of a Similar Name or Ticker Symbol, says New Research at Rutgers University–Camden

The study shows 55% of U.S. firms share some meaningful part of their name and ticker symbol.

Poor Physical or Mental Health Increases Chances of Recidivism and Reincarceration, Says Rutgers–Camden Study

Poor Physical or Mental Health Increases Chances of Recidivism and Reincarceration, Says Rutgers–Camden Study

A new Rutgers–Camden study advances a health-based model of desistance showing how both mental and physical health affect the chances of maintaining employment and positive family relationships, and ultimately recidivism.