Research Highlights

Researcher’s New Book Explores Symbolism of Fourth of July and Other American Holidays

Researcher’s New Book Explores Symbolism of Fourth of July and Other American Holidays

Rutgers–Camden researcher Cindy Dell Clark explores the oft-ignored cultural symbols of holidays in her eye- and ear-opening new book All Together Now: American Holiday Symbolism Among Children and Adults (Rutgers University Press, 2019).

Sociologist’s Book Highlights Experiences of Interracial Couples and the Meanings They Give to Race and Ethnicity

Sociologist’s Book Highlights Experiences of Interracial Couples and the Meanings They Give to Race and Ethnicity

Researcher Chinyere Osuji’s new book highlights experiences of interracial couples and the meanings that they give to race and ethnicity

Female Adolescents are More Vulnerable to Bullying than Male Youths, Says Rutgers University‒Camden Nursing Researcher

Female Adolescents are More Vulnerable to Bullying than Male Youths, Says Rutgers University‒Camden Nursing Researcher

Girls are more often bullied than boys, and are also more likely to consider, plan, or attempt suicide compared with boys.

Giving Back to the Community

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.

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.

Student Achievement

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.

Charting a New Career Path in Law

Charting a New Career Path in Law

Shonti Tager immersed himself in Rutgers Law School life by participating in many student organizations and pro bono projects to enrich his education.

Campus Life

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.

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.

Scarlet Pride

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.

Ready for Impact: Graduating Senior a Force to Be Reckoned With in South Jersey

Ready for Impact: Graduating Senior a Force to Be Reckoned With in South Jersey

Sarah Filippi-Field has grown to become a well-versed authority on South Jersey communities – both through her studies, as well as in her active role serving as a program assistant for the Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs at Rutgers–Camden.

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

Nursing Graduate from North Camden the First in Her Family to Attend College

Nursing Graduate from North Camden the First in Her Family to Attend College

Yahoska Morales is committed to working with Spanish-speaking patients. She plans to work in a hospital emergency room or trauma unit after graduation.

Graduating Psychology Major Hopes to be Guiding Influence Like She Once Had

Graduating Psychology Major Hopes to be Guiding Influence Like She Once Had

Shanice Parran hopes to be a guiding influence for high school students, in addition to serving as a licensed professional counselor.

Graduating Music and Digital Studies Major Helps Others “Say What They Want to Say”

Graduating Music and Digital Studies Major Helps Others “Say What They Want to Say”

Gradauting senior has combined his passions in music and digital studies to not only explore his own academic and creative interests, but help other students pursue theirs.