Research Highlights

Rutgers–Camden Researcher Finds Opportunity for Ancient Mongolian Herb to Treat Depression

Rutgers–Camden Researcher Finds Opportunity for Ancient Mongolian Herb to Treat Depression

An herb used by Mongolian ruler Genghis Khan to promote bravery and stamina in his soldiers may be beneficial in treating depression.

Rutgers‒Camden Scientists Search for Causes of Vaping-Related Illnesses and Deaths

Rutgers‒Camden Scientists Search for Causes of Vaping-Related Illnesses and Deaths

Researchers will examine many aspects of e-cigarettes, including the contents of the vape liquid and the components of the cartridges.

Cultural Friction Between Managers of Foreign Subsidiaries and Host Country Workers Can Harm a Firm’s Performance

Cultural Friction Between Managers of Foreign Subsidiaries and Host Country Workers Can Harm a Firm’s Performance

Deeksha Singh of the Rutgers School of Business‒Camden says language is a major delineator between two cultures.

Giving Back to the Community

Rutgers–Camden Student Organizes Sleepout for Homelessness

Rutgers–Camden Student Organizes Sleepout for Homelessness

Rutgers University–Camden Civic Scholar Nitan Shanas has teamed with Joseph’s House of Camden to organize a “Sleepout for Homelessness.”

Voting Crucial and Necessary for Young Americans, Reminds Rutgers–Camden Scholar

Voting Crucial and Necessary for Young Americans, Reminds Rutgers–Camden Scholar

Childhood studies and psychology scholar Dan Hart stresses the importance of voting for young Americans and offers tips for engaging youth in the electoral process.

Rutgers–Camden Presents Models of Achievement at National Urban Universities Conference

Rutgers–Camden Presents Models of Achievement at National Urban Universities Conference

A national conference of higher education leaders committed to urban growth learned about the innovative programs at Rutgers–Camden.

Student Achievement

Biology Major Named Outstanding Female Student Veteran of the Year

Biology Major Named Outstanding Female Student Veteran of the Year

Leslie Demark of Gibbsboro has been named Rutgers University–Camden’s outstanding female student veteran from the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs at Rutgers–Camden for 2019.

Student Veterans Group President Named Outstanding Male Student Veteran of the Year

Student Veterans Group President Named Outstanding Male Student Veteran of the Year

Jaron Brown of Mount Laurel have been named Rutgers University–Camden’s outstanding male student veteran from the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs at Rutgers–Camden for 2019.

Graphic Design Major Earns Prestigious Fulbright Selection

Graphic Design Major Earns Prestigious Fulbright Selection

Sheridan Waterfall, a sophomore graphic design major, was selected from candidates nationwide to participate in the prestigious Fulbright Summer Institute at the University of Westminster in London this past July.

Campus Life

Rutgers Law School Receives Knight Foundation Funding to Develop Internet Governance and Policy Research

Rutgers Law School Receives Knight Foundation Funding to Develop Internet Governance and Policy Research

Professor Ellen Goodman will develop research and policy proposals on digital platform regulation and free speech.

Reduce Anxiety About Writing College Papers with These Tips from Rutgers–Camden Professor

Reduce Anxiety About Writing College Papers with These Tips from Rutgers–Camden Professor

William FitzGerald, an associate professor of English at Rutgers–Camden, offers a few key points for tackling college papers and staying on track throughout the writing process.

Regional Leaders Named to Rand Institute Advisory Board

Regional Leaders Named to Rand Institute Advisory Board

Three regional leaders have been named to the advisory board for the Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs at Rutgers–Camden.

Scarlet Pride

Rutgers University–Camden Named “Best Bang for the Buck” University by Washington Monthly Magazine

Rutgers University–Camden Named “Best Bang for the Buck” University by Washington Monthly Magazine

Rutgers University–Camden once again has been recognized by Washington Monthly magazine as a great value.

School of Nursing Professor Selected for National Honor

School of Nursing Professor Selected for National Honor

Nancy Pontes, an assistant professor at the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden, was selected as an American Academy of Nursing fellow, one of the highest honors in nursing scholarship.

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.

Arts and Culture

Gospel Choir to Host Free, Public Concert

Gospel Choir to Host Free, Public Concert

The Rutgers University–Camden Gospel Choir will present a concert featuring inspirational and encouraging songs from gospel’s luminaries of the past three decades.

Senior Theater Major Lands Lead in Theater Production of Top Girls

Senior Theater Major Lands Lead in Theater Production of Top Girls

Senior theater major Brittany Onukwugha will play the lead role of Marlene in the Rutgers–Camden theater program’s inaugural 2019-20 season production, Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls.

Theater Program Opens 2019-20 Season with Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls

Theater Program Opens 2019-20 Season with Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls

The Rutgers University–Camden theater program will open the curtains on its 2019-20 season with celebrated British playwright Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls.

Other Recent Posts

Rutgers University–Camden Certification Recipient Receives Scholarship for Education in Wound Care

Rutgers University–Camden Certification Recipient Receives Scholarship for Education in Wound Care

Michelle Yun plans to use the scholarship to further her education and eventually pursue a doctor of nursing practice degree.

Sales Can Stagnate if Online Retailer Promotions Are Limited to Previous Purchase Patterns

Sales Can Stagnate if Online Retailer Promotions Are Limited to Previous Purchase Patterns

Online retailers could boost overall sales by offering returning customers promotional items that are different from prior purchases.

Honors College to Treat Guests to TED Talk on History and Culture of Halloween

Honors College to Treat Guests to TED Talk on History and Culture of Halloween

The Honors College at Rutgers University–Camden will treat guests to a free, public “TED talk”-style presentation highlighting various aspects of the history and culture of Halloween.