Research Highlights

New Tools Needed to Detect Depression in African American Mothers, says Rutgers University‒Camden Nursing Researcher

New Tools Needed to Detect Depression in African American Mothers, says Rutgers University‒Camden Nursing Researcher

Rahshida Atkins says screening methods that take context and culture into consideration could be more effective in uncovering clinical depression.

Cyber Warfare: Doctoral Student Warns of Street Gangs’ Use of Social Media and Mobile Devices

Cyber Warfare: Doctoral Student Warns of Street Gangs’ Use of Social Media and Mobile Devices

Ph.D. student Michelle Lyttle Storrod, a recognized authority on gang violence and prevention in her native Great Britain, is currently focusing her dissertation research on the impact and influence of social media platforms and mobile devices on street gangs and other forms of extremism.

Women Leaders Better than Men at Cultivating Diversity

Women Leaders Better than Men at Cultivating Diversity

Women executives are much more effective at increasing organizational diversity than their male counterparts, according to Rutgers University–Camden researcher Anuja Gupta.

Giving Back to the Community

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.

Students Getting a “Taste for Culture” in Spain

Students Getting a “Taste for Culture” in Spain

Rutgers–Camden students are exploring religious and ethnic diversity and inclusion one bite at a time via a Learning Abroad course called “A Taste for Culture” in Spain.

Law Professor Testifies Before Congress on Ways to Drive Down Prescription Drug Costs

Law Professor Testifies Before Congress on Ways to Drive Down Prescription Drug Costs

Michael Carrier, a distinguished professor at Rutgers Law School in Camden, appeared March 13 on a panel before the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce’s Subcommittee on Health to share his expertise on pharmaceutical antitrust law.

Student Achievement

Rutgers Law–Camden Student Awarded Google Legal Institute Summer Fellowship

Rutgers Law–Camden Student Awarded Google Legal Institute Summer Fellowship

Brian Lewis’ interest in chemistry led him to pursue a career in law after he began studying intellectual property rights related to his chemistry research.

Graphic Design Major Named Graphic Design USA Student to Watch

Graphic Design Major Named Graphic Design USA Student to Watch

Graphic design student Cori Robinson was just named one of Graphic Design USA’s Students to Watch in 2019. The honor is given annually to students from America’s leading art and design schools who are tabbed to burst onto the graphic design scene.

Rutgers University‒Camden Senior Honored with Future Leader Award

Rutgers University‒Camden Senior Honored with Future Leader Award

David Bushta, a Rutgers‒Camden senior majoring in computer science received the Future Leader Award from the Society of Information Management’s Philadelphia chapter.

Campus Life

Rutgers–Camden Announces Commencement 2019 Keynote Speakers

Rutgers–Camden Announces Commencement 2019 Keynote Speakers

Neal Katyal, the former Acting U.S. Solicitor General, is among the prominent speakers who will deliver keynote addresses during commencement ceremonies for the graduating Class of 2019 at Rutgers University–Camden.

Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Announces 2019 Commencement Speaker

Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Announces 2019 Commencement Speaker

Ernest Grant, president of the American Nurses Association will deliver the keynote address Wednesday, May 22.

Earth Day to be Celebrated (Two Days Later) with “Earth Ball”-Making Demonstration

Earth Day to be Celebrated (Two Days Later) with “Earth Ball”-Making Demonstration

In celebration of Earth Day – held nationally two days earlier – Rutgers University–Camden students and volunteers will demonstrate how to make “earth balls” as part of the citywide Camden Colorfield Project.

Scarlet Pride

Rutgers‒Camden Professor Receives Prestigious Early-Career Award for Scientists and Engineers

Rutgers‒Camden Professor Receives Prestigious Early-Career Award for Scientists and Engineers

Jinglin Fu’s ECASE-Army award funds innovative science and technology discovery and provides students with research opportunities.

Rutgers School of Business–Camden receives prestigious reaccreditation from AACSB International

Rutgers School of Business–Camden receives prestigious reaccreditation from AACSB International

Rutgers School of Business–Camden has received reaccreditation from the premier accrediting body for business schools.

Rutgers–Camden Chancellor Phoebe Haddon Selected for National Honors

Rutgers–Camden Chancellor Phoebe Haddon Selected for National Honors

Chancellor Phoebe Haddon has been honored with awards from the Association of American Law Schools Section on Women in Legal Education and Smith College.

Arts and Culture

Camden Comic Con Teams Up with Rutgers Day for Super-Powered Family Fun

Camden Comic Con Teams Up with Rutgers Day for Super-Powered Family Fun

Camden Comic Con returns to Rutgers University–Camden on Saturday, April 27.

Transgender Rights Activist Sarah McBride to Give Talk at Rutgers–Camden

Transgender Rights Activist Sarah McBride to Give Talk at Rutgers–Camden

Transgender rights activist and author Sarah McBride will present a free public lecture at Rutgers University–Camden, April 15.

Theater Program Presents Award-Winning Broadway Musical Comedy The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

Theater Program Presents Award-Winning Broadway Musical Comedy The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

The Rutgers University–Camden theater program concludes its 2018-19 season with the award-winning Broadway musical comedy The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

Other Recent Posts

Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier, Former Acting U.S. Solicitor General Neal Katyal to Receive Honorary Degrees at Rutgers University–Camden Commencement

Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier, Former Acting U.S. Solicitor General Neal Katyal to Receive Honorary Degrees at Rutgers University–Camden Commencement

Kenneth C. Frazier, chief executive officer and board chair of Merck & Co., and Neal Katyal, former Acting U.S. Solicitor General, will receive honorary Doctor of Laws degrees from Rutgers University–Camden.

Rutgers‒Camden Raises Disability Awareness on Campus with Training and Empowerment Program

Rutgers‒Camden Raises Disability Awareness on Campus with Training and Empowerment Program

The university’s program to raise disability awareness on campus could be a model for other universities considering similar programs.

Educational Growth: Community Garden Will Engage Local K-12 Youth and University Students

Educational Growth: Community Garden Will Engage Local K-12 Youth and University Students

A new community garden – located behind the Office of Civic Engagement at 67 Penn Street on the Rutgers–Camden campus – will be fertile grounds for a vast array of learning opportunities.