Research Highlights

Research Underway to Develop Lightweight Eco-Manufacturing and Construction Components

Research Underway to Develop Lightweight Eco-Manufacturing and Construction Components

Students and faculty from four regional universities are collaborating in a multidisciplinary research team.

Greater Availability of Stolen Firearms in U.S. Cities Linked To Higher Firearm Homicide Rates, Says New Study

Greater Availability of Stolen Firearms in U.S. Cities Linked To Higher Firearm Homicide Rates, Says New Study

Prof. Dan Semenza and research co-authors examine how the availability of legally obtained and stolen firearms are tied to subsequent rates of firearm and non-firearm homicides in 226 cities from 2010 to 2017.

Researcher Offers World Mental Health Day Tips for Tapping Into Power of Nostalgia

Researcher Offers World Mental Health Day Tips for Tapping Into Power of Nostalgia

Prof. Andrew Abeyta offers research-driven tips for tapping into the power of nostalgia in advance of World Mental Health Day on Sunday, Oct. 10.

Giving Back to the Community

Researcher Offers World Mental Health Day Tips to Help Kids SOAR

Researcher Offers World Mental Health Day Tips to Help Kids SOAR

Charlotte Markey offers a few positive mental health tips for kids in advance of World Mental Health Day on Oct. 10.

Community Health Care Program also Studies Social Determinants of Health to Help Improve Residents’ Well-Being

Community Health Care Program also Studies Social Determinants of Health to Help Improve Residents’ Well-Being

Students are supporting communities as part of the New Jersey COVID-19 Service Corps and the AmeriCorps national program.

Initiative to Deliver COVID-19 Vaccinations to Camden County Residents Where They Live and Congregate

Initiative to Deliver COVID-19 Vaccinations to Camden County Residents Where They Live and Congregate

At events at churches, playgrounds, and parks, Rutgers–Camden nursing students administer the shots to people who can’t get to a vaccination site.

Student Achievement

Camden Native, Ph.D. Student, and Award-Winning Educator Returns Home to Create Positive Learning Spaces for Children

Camden Native, Ph.D. Student, and Award-Winning Educator Returns Home to Create Positive Learning Spaces for Children

Camden native, Ph.D. student, and award-winning educator strives to create learning spaces that provide care and healing.

Ph.D. Student Wins Prestigious National Science Foundation Grant to Study Lizard Evolution that Could Aid in Understanding How Animals and Humans Evolve
Rising Senior Earns National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates

Rising Senior Earns National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates

By Tom McLaughlin Truth be told, recalls Aliyah Jones, it all started with a bout of procrastination. The rising Rutgers University–Camden senior was browsing her emails, trying to do anything other than start her work, when she spotted an email from one of her professors touting a National Science Foundation research experience for undergraduates (REU) […]

Campus Life

Rutgers Law School professor’s wide-ranging book prepares lawyers to represent clients in civil cases

Rutgers Law School professor’s wide-ranging book prepares lawyers to represent clients in civil cases

The new textbook will educate law school students and practicing lawyers throughout the United States.

Rutgers–Camden Remembers 9/11

Rutgers–Camden Remembers 9/11

Alumni, faculty, and staff to share insights on the 20th anniversary of 9/11.

Enlightening summer fellowship in Washington, D.C., for Rutgers Law in Camden student

Enlightening summer fellowship in Washington, D.C., for Rutgers Law in Camden student

Anthony Papageorgiou spent nine weeks exploring topics in law, economics, and public policy.

Scarlet Pride

Nursing Scholar Earns Prestigious American Academy of Nursing Fellowship for Contributions to the Profession

Nursing Scholar Earns Prestigious American Academy of Nursing Fellowship for Contributions to the Profession

Robin Cogan, a Rutgers–Camden lecturer and a school nurse in Camden, has been selected as a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing.

Rutgers University–Camden Earns High Marks from U.S. News and World Report, Washington Monthly Magazine

Rutgers University–Camden Earns High Marks from U.S. News and World Report, Washington Monthly Magazine

Rutgers–Camden once again has been recognized nationally as a research university that provides great value and opportunity for its students.

Biology Graduate Named 2021 Phi Beta Kappa Key Into Public Service Scholar

Biology Graduate Named 2021 Phi Beta Kappa Key Into Public Service Scholar

Sujay Ratna, a 2021 biology graduate, was named a 2021 Phi Beta Kappa Key into Public Service Scholar for his dedication to work in the public sector.

Arts and Culture

Senior, a Lead in “Born Yesterday,” Balances Theater and Criminal Justice

Senior, a Lead in “Born Yesterday,” Balances Theater and Criminal Justice

Shaheera Hussein’s unscripted approach to life and her openness to accept new challenges that now finds her months away from graduating with dual bachelor’s degrees in theater and criminal justice.

Live Theater Returns With Garson Kanin’s Classic Comedy “Born Yesterday”

Live Theater Returns With Garson Kanin’s Classic Comedy “Born Yesterday”

The Department of Visual, Media, and Performing Arts will present Garson Kanin’s classic comedy “Born Yesterday” Thursday, Oct. 21, to Sunday, Oct. 24.

Camden Students Learn Performing Arts Skills, Thanks to Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Partnership

Camden Students Learn Performing Arts Skills, Thanks to Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Partnership

Students at Mastery High School in Camden will have a unique opportunity to learn performing and theater arts skills, thanks to an innovative new arts education partnership between the high school and the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts (RCCA).

Other Recent Posts

Researchers Say Consistency in Context is Crucial in Ensuring that Analysts Accurately Process Forensic DNA Data

Researchers Say Consistency in Context is Crucial in Ensuring that Analysts Accurately Process Forensic DNA Data

In evaluating forensic DNA evidence, context is key in correctly revealing the identity of a criminal.

Research on lizard evolution could advance understanding of changes in all organisms, including humans

Research on lizard evolution could advance understanding of changes in all organisms, including humans

Scholars study how lizards evolve, and how new species arise from previously existing species.

Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Presents Virtual, Interactive Storytelling Sessions for Kids

Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Presents Virtual, Interactive Storytelling Sessions for Kids

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts (RCCA) invites kids to join everyone’s favorite storyteller, Kyle Jakubowski, for the final two weeks of “Tall Tales with Kyle J.”