Research Highlights

National Experts Join Rutgers Law Center to Examine Surging Insurance Crisis

National Experts Join Rutgers Law Center to Examine Surging Insurance Crisis

The Rutgers Center for Risk and Responsibility and the National Council of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL) sponsored a webinar to discuss business insurance in the wake of COVID-19.

Specialty Mental Health Settings Are Most Common for Treatment of Adolescent Major Depression, Says New Study

Specialty Mental Health Settings Are Most Common for Treatment of Adolescent Major Depression, Says New Study

Treatment for adolescent major depression is most common in specialty mental health settings – and on the rise – according to a new childhood studies study.

South Jersey School Districts Face Budgetary Distress Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

South Jersey School Districts Face Budgetary Distress Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

South Jersey’s largest school districts are facing unprecedented financial distress due to shortfalls in federal and state funding caused by reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Giving Back to the Community

Student-Veterans Activated to Combat COVID-19 Pandemic

Student-Veterans Activated to Combat COVID-19 Pandemic

U.S. Army National Guard members Sgt. Taylor Lorchak and Sgt. Vincent Mignone – along with five other Rutgers–Camden student-veterans – were activated to combat the growing COVID-19 pandemic

Rutgers–Camden nursing school joins the fight against COVID-19 in South Jersey

Rutgers–Camden nursing school joins the fight against COVID-19 in South Jersey

Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden is working at every level to support health care workers and families in the region.

Rutgers Law School Professor Leads Initiative to Deliver Meals to Vulnerable Neighbors

Rutgers Law School Professor Leads Initiative to Deliver Meals to Vulnerable Neighbors

Ari Afilalo is spearheading an effort in New York City to spread cheer and provide sustenance to Manhattan residents.

Student Achievement

Virtual Ceremonies Honor Rutgers University–Camden Class of 2020

Virtual Ceremonies Honor Rutgers University–Camden Class of 2020

An array of dignitaries congratulated Rutgers University–Camden graduates in five virtual ceremonies.

Graduating Nursing Student Served in The Army National Guard to Care for COVID-19 Patients

Graduating Nursing Student Served in The Army National Guard to Care for COVID-19 Patients

Taylor Lorchak was called to serve when coronavirus cases began to surge in New Jersey,

Nursing Graduate Leaves a Legacy of Service to the University and Camden Communities

Nursing Graduate Leaves a Legacy of Service to the University and Camden Communities

Hecmarie Berrios excelled in class and gave generously while overcoming challenges in her life.

Campus Life

First Bridging the Gap Students Graduate

First Bridging the Gap Students Graduate

The possibilities and promise envisioned since Bridging the Gap’s inception have come to fruition as the first students graduate this May.

Rutgers Law Student Turns Her Past into a Promising Future

Rutgers Law Student Turns Her Past into a Promising Future

After overcoming years of personal struggles, Dawn Ericksen is now preparing for a career in public interest law.

Student Tips for Navigating Online Research Resources and Services

Student Tips for Navigating Online Research Resources and Services

Zara Wilkinson, reference librarian for the Paul Robeson Library, provides tips for navigating online research resources and services.

Scarlet Pride

Bridging the Gap Spotlight: Alexis Kapij

Bridging the Gap Spotlight: Alexis Kapij

In four years, Alexis Kapij transitioned from a shy, uncertain first-year student to a “go-getter,” embracing every opportunity that came her way. Learn about her transition and dreams for the future in this Bridging the Gap spotlight.

Bridging the Gap Spotlight: Gabrielle Winter

Bridging the Gap Spotlight: Gabrielle Winter

Gabrielle Winter has taken a lifelong love of law and crime solving and turned it into a career goal of owning a family law firm. Learn what drives the Bridging the Gap recipient and her advice for others.

Bridging the Gap Spotlight: Tamia Taylor

Bridging the Gap Spotlight: Tamia Taylor

Tamia Taylor, a graduating psychology and childhood studies, is featured in this Bridging the Gap spotlight.

Arts and Culture

Pandemic Will Be “Devastating” for Future of Live Theater, Says Professor

Pandemic Will Be “Devastating” for Future of Live Theater, Says Professor

Prof. Ken Elliott explains how the novel coronavirus pandemic will impact the future of live theater for the foreseeable future.

Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Stays Connected via Online Art Activities and Programs

Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Stays Connected via Online Art Activities and Programs

By Tom McLaughlin Since its inception, the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts (RCCA) has served as a hub of award-winning performances, exhibitions, education programs, and community projects in the South Jersey region. The RCCA is now poised to stay connected – virtually – through a series of weekly online arts activities and educational content for […]

Book and Podcast Recommendations for a Mental Time-Out

Book and Podcast Recommendations for a Mental Time-Out

Faculty and staff at Rutgers University–Camden offer book and podcast suggestions to bring a little ease to these difficult times.

Other Recent Posts

In Defense of our Values of Equality and Inclusion

Sent Saturday, May 30, 2020 To the Campus Community: In recent days, we have witnessed images of horror and sadness surrounding the death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers in Minneapolis – a tragedy made all the more painful by its similarity to occurrences involving matters related to race and the law […]

Award-Winning Filipino-American Law Graduate to Practice Labor Law

Award-Winning Filipino-American Law Graduate to Practice Labor Law

Robert Andrade has been a very active and committed member of minority law student associations on campus.

Political Science Graduate Aims High

Political Science Graduate Aims High

Karanveer Pannu is a champion of diversity and tolerance with his sights set on public office.