Research Highlights

Greater Than the Parts: Families Benefiting From Social-Service Collaboratives Faring Better During Pandemic, Says Rutgers–Camden Research

Greater Than the Parts: Families Benefiting From Social-Service Collaboratives Faring Better During Pandemic, Says Rutgers–Camden Research

South Jersey families benefiting from a collaborative approach to facing challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to groundbreaking research from Rutgers University–Camden.

Home Alarm: Spiking Homicide Rates in Philadelphia Could Partly Be Housing Issue, Rutgers–Camden Research Shows

Home Alarm: Spiking Homicide Rates in Philadelphia Could Partly Be Housing Issue, Rutgers–Camden Research Shows

Rutgers University–Camden research shows that higher eviction rates in Philadelphia neighborhoods are linked to higher rates of crime, homicide and burglary.

Rutgers‒Camden Researcher Investigates Cause of Neurodegenerative Diseases

Rutgers‒Camden Researcher Investigates Cause of Neurodegenerative Diseases

The research could lead to treatments for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.

Giving Back to the Community

Beyond the Dream: Rutgers–Camden to Explore Martin Luther King Jr.’s Lasting Imprint on Society With Virtual Speaker Series

Beyond the Dream: Rutgers–Camden to Explore Martin Luther King Jr.’s Lasting Imprint on Society With Virtual Speaker Series

Rutgers University–Camden will go ‘beyond the dream’ to explore Martin Luther King Jr.’s lasting imprint on society with a virtual speaker series.

Rutgers–Camden Gives Back at the Holidays

Rutgers–Camden Gives Back at the Holidays

Numerous charitable holiday endeavors are backed by faculty, staff, and students

Service Center: Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Named 2021 National League for Nursing Center of Excellence

Service Center: Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Named 2021 National League for Nursing Center of Excellence

The School of Nursing has been designated a 2021 National League for Nursing Center of Excellence in Nursing Education for enhanced student learning and professional development.

Student Achievement

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 […]

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.

Campus Life

Rutgers-Camden Scholar Offers Tips to Successfully Reset Food Habits in 2022

Rutgers-Camden Scholar Offers Tips to Successfully Reset Food Habits in 2022

Having realistic expectations, eating a variety of foods, and portion control are key to eating healthy.

Rutgers‒Camden Tackles Nursing Shortage

Rutgers‒Camden Tackles Nursing Shortage

Graduate education programs focus on understaffed nursing specialties in primary care, geriatric care and chronic-disease management.

A Vote to Offer Finance-Wealth Management Degree

A Vote to Offer Finance-Wealth Management Degree

The Rutgers Board of Governors unanimously voted on Tuesday to approve a master’s program in finance-wealth management at Rutgers University‒Camden.

Scarlet Pride

An Icon Retires

An Icon Retires

Celebrating School of Business professor Carol Kaufman-Scarborough’s career and impact across the globe.

Out of Eight Award Categories, Five Rutgers–Camden Faculty Members Earn Rutgers Universitywide Faculty Awards for 2020-21

Out of Eight Award Categories, Five Rutgers–Camden Faculty Members Earn Rutgers Universitywide Faculty Awards for 2020-21

Nov. 16, 2021 By Tom McLaughlin Today, Rutgers University President Jonathan Holloway and Executive Vice President Prabhas Moghe announced the recipients of the annual Universitywide Faculty Awards for 2020-21. Out of the eight award categories, five faculty members from the ranks of the Rutgers University–Camden community have been honored. 2020-21 Universitywide Faculty Award Recipients Nicole […]

Rutgers–Camden Caps off Banner Veterans Day With N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy’s “We Value Our Veterans” Award

Rutgers–Camden Caps off Banner Veterans Day With N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy’s “We Value Our Veterans” Award

Nov. 12, 2021 By Tom McLaughlin Rutgers University–Camden, the first Purple Heart University designated in the state of New Jersey, received yet another distinguished honor yesterday as N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy presented the university the “We Value Our Veterans” Award — due in large part to the efforts of our Office of Military and Veterans […]

Arts and Culture

“Oh, You Gods”: Rutgers–Camden Presents Shakespeare Play Paralleling Pandemic Struggles

“Oh, You Gods”: Rutgers–Camden Presents Shakespeare Play Paralleling Pandemic Struggles

Dec. 3, 2021 By Tom McLaughlin With the spread of the COVID-19 Omicron variant, the pandemic will continue to test resolve in the face of adversity and loss. Theater enthusiasts eager to rejoin live audiences will soon find a poignant parallel – and a moment to reflect on pandemic-related challenges – with the Rutgers University–Camden […]

Inside/Out: Rutgers–Camden Hosts Panel Series Discussing Relationship Between Art and Trauma

Inside/Out: Rutgers–Camden Hosts Panel Series Discussing Relationship Between Art and Trauma

Rutgers–Camden will call attention to the provocative and evocative relationship between art and trauma as it hosts an engaging online and on-site panel discussion series.

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.

Other Recent Posts

Celebrating STEM student excellence

Celebrating STEM student excellence

Rutgers‒Camden undergraduate biology students awarded high honors at national biomedical research conference

Want to Reduce Stress and Increase Focus in the New Year? Consider Mindfulness

Want to Reduce Stress and Increase Focus in the New Year? Consider Mindfulness

Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden professors explain how mindfulness can benefit anyone.

All About the Bonds   

All About the Bonds  

Rutgers–Camden researcher explains bond ratings and their significance to Camden and other cities