By Tom McLaughlin Signaling a historic, new era of research collaboration, Rutgers University–Camden will bring together leading scholars from the United States and Cuba for a conference focusing on issues of sustainable community development in the island nation, from Oct. 31 to Nov. 3 on the Rutgers–Camden campus. The International Conference on Cuba will be […]
By Tom McLaughlin Two Rutgers University–Camden scholars have been selected as Fulbright Scholars for the 2016-2017 Academic Year, joining the ranks of a distinguished cadre of scholars and professionals serving as leaders in their respective disciplines at host institutions throughout the world. Marie O’Toole, senior associate dean of academic and faculty affairs and professor at […]
A surprising trend toward fear and greed identified by two faculty members in the Rutgers School of Business–Camden led to a published paper this summer and a subsequent article in The Wall Street Journal. The researchers, Ivo Jansen, an associate professor of accounting, and Andrei Nikiforov, an assistant professor of finance, did not start out […]
By Tom McLaughlin Across the nation, school nurses are critical to the health of their students and their communities. Thanks to a $200,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden will bolster its mission of educating school nurses to address the complex and increasingly demanding health needs of students and […]
Rutgers University–Camden has been named a Purple Heart University by the Military Order of the Purple Heart – the first higher education institution in the state of New Jersey to earn the distinction.
By Tom McLaughlin This year marks not only the 250th anniversary of Rutgers University, but also the 50th anniversary of the National Historical Preservation Act. In the midst of such historical celebrations, a new program at Rutgers University–Camden is offering a unique opportunity to learn the processes and techniques of historic preservation in the living […]
Recent graduates Marlene Kim and Kathryn Ribay credit their time in the chemistry department at Rutgers University–Camden as a key element of their success.
A Rutgers University-Camden senior is part of a team developing a patient locator service for the greater Philadelphia area that could help families connect with their loved ones during times of chaos or dislocation.
Once a victim of sexual assault, Rutgers student veteran Loria McGruder is now determined to become a victim-rights advocate, pursuing juris doctor and master of social work degrees in a dual-degree program offered jointly through Rutgers Law School and Rutgers School of Social Work.
Sixty-three incoming first-year students got a jump on their college careers this summer, thanks to the Rutgers University–Camden Educational Opportunity Fund program.
Rutgers University–Camden, Atlantic Cape Community College sign 3+1 Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree Agreement
Rutgers University–Camden and Atlantic Cape Community College signed a conditional acceptance agreement May 11 to enable students to complete three years of requirements for a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Atlantic Cape before seamlessly transferring to Rutgers–Camden for their final year. The agreement offers guaranteed admission into the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden’s RN-to-BS program […]
On the Frontlines of Health Care: Veterans Take on Leadership Roles as Nursing Students at Rutgers University–Camden
By Ed Moorhouse As medical professionals on the frontlines of health care, nurses must remain calm, level-headed, and prepared for anything that may arise in order to administer safe and proper care to their patients. In many ways, those qualities are a lot like what is required of someone in the military, who must rely […]
Rutgers University–Camden Named a “Best Bang for the Buck” University by Washington Monthly Magazine
Rutgers University–Camden once again has been recognized by Washington Monthly magazine as a strong value, while also earning high overall rankings among master’s-level universities across the nation.
A Rutgers University–Camden program designed to support students who come from disadvantaged circumstances has expanded its reach to give even more opportunities to the undergrads it serves.
Everyone has a story, but for many veterans, telling it is not an easy task. To help them harness the power of the written word, a new series of public writing programs for veterans is beginning this fall at Rutgers University–Camden. The programs, offered by the Rutgers–Camden Writers House and Office of Veterans Services, include […]
After leaving behind aspirations as a research scholar, Josh Demaree is now fine-tuning his craft in the 39-credit MFA program in creative writing at Rutgers–Camden.
The Rutgers University–Camden theater program will open its 2016-2017 season with “Little Shop of Horrors” at the Walter K. Gordon Theater, Oct. 26-30.
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Original Intents: Nation’s Founders Had Differing Views on Constitution’s Meaning, Says Rutgers Scholar
By Tom McLaughlin Gun control. Abortion. Immigration. Education. Supreme Court appointments. As these and countless other issues are debated this election season, a familiar, underlying question continues to be asked by American scholars and citizens alike: What is the role of the U.S. Constitution in deciding these arguments? Is the Constitution fluid – a living, […]
Beyond the Borders: Citizenship Politics Expert Explains Election Issues Most Important to Latino Americans
Lorrin Thomas, an associate professor and chair of the Department of History at Rutgers University–Camden, discusses election issues most important to Latino Americans and how candidates can reach this important voting bloc.