Research Highlights

High School and College Students Engage in Summer Research Through Remote U.S. Army Program Led by Rutgers University‒Camden Scientists
Researcher’s Book: Nationalist Literature Wrote Over Native People in 19th-Century Americas

Researcher’s Book: Nationalist Literature Wrote Over Native People in 19th-Century Americas

Prof. Jillian Sayre’s new book illustrates how ‘nationalist’ Indianist romance stories rewrote colonial identifications as nativist ties.

Summer Virtual Research Opportunities for Undergraduate and Camden High School Students During Coronavirus Pandemic

Summer Virtual Research Opportunities for Undergraduate and Camden High School Students During Coronavirus Pandemic

This unique program allows students to conduct research in a lab set up in their home.

Giving Back to the Community

Rutgers University–Camden Civic Scholars Launch Statewide Initiative to Register High School Seniors to Vote

Rutgers University–Camden Civic Scholars Launch Statewide Initiative to Register High School Seniors to Vote

Every high school senior throughout New Jersey may soon be registered to vote, thanks to a new statewide, nonpartisan, virtual voter registration and education initiative launched by the Civic Scholars program.

Social Scientist to Brief New Jersey Advisory Committee of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights on Criminal Fines, Fees, and Asset Forfeiture

Social Scientist to Brief New Jersey Advisory Committee of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights on Criminal Fines, Fees, and Asset Forfeiture

Prof. Nate Link will explain the debt burdens imposed on formerly incarcerated individuals stemming from fines, fees, and other monetary sanctions.

Don’t Help Children Lose Weight; Help them Gain Body Positivity, Says Psychology Researcher

Don’t Help Children Lose Weight; Help them Gain Body Positivity, Says Psychology Researcher

Charlotte Markey answers what it takes to raise body-positive girls who aren’t plagued by self-doubt with her new book The Body Image Book for Girls.

Student Achievement

Rutgers–Camden Honors Student Awarded International Social Justice Fellowship

Rutgers–Camden Honors Student Awarded International Social Justice Fellowship

Melani Cruz Stokes has been selected for a prestigious yearlong fellowship by Humanity in Action.

Incoming Rutgers–Camden Student Inspired to Serve through Medicine

Incoming Rutgers–Camden Student Inspired to Serve through Medicine

Priyal Shah is pursuing her dream of becoming a physician.

MPA Student Named to Pitman Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion

MPA Student Named to Pitman Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion

Joe Warburton, master of public administration student, has been named to Pitman’s first task force focusing on diversity and inclusion.

Campus Life

Award-Winning Journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones Speaks at Rutgers‒Camden

Award-Winning Journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones Speaks at Rutgers‒Camden

The New York Times reporter lectured and led a discussion about issues surrounding racial and social justice.

Rutgers University‒Camden Professor Assists Small Businesses Locally And Globally

Rutgers University‒Camden Professor Assists Small Businesses Locally And Globally

Justin Deng is conducting a feasibility study for a commissary kitchen in Camden for food entrepreneurs.

Rutgers University–Camden Makes Standardized Tests Optional for 2021

Rutgers University–Camden Makes Standardized Tests Optional for 2021

Standardized tests will be optional for students applying for admission to Rutgers–Camden during the spring or fall semesters in 2021.

Scarlet Pride

Rutgers University–Camden Earns High Marks from U.S. News and World Report, Washington Monthly Magazine

Rutgers University–Camden Earns High Marks from U.S. News and World Report, Washington Monthly Magazine

By Mike Sepanic Rutgers University–Camden once again has been recognized nationally as a research university that provides great value and opportunity for its students. Washington Monthly magazine again ranks Rutgers University–Camden as a “Best Bang for the Buck” university, which recognizes those institutions that help non-wealthy students attain marketable degrees at affordable prices. In Washington […]

Rutgers–Camden Nursing Scholar Selected for National Honor

Rutgers–Camden Nursing Scholar Selected for National Honor

Trish Suplee is a 2020 American Academy of Nursing fellow, one of the highest honors in nursing scholarship.

Rutgers Law School GraduateTurned Her Life Around and Achieved Her Goal of Becoming A Lawyer

Rutgers Law School GraduateTurned Her Life Around and Achieved Her Goal of Becoming A Lawyer

Through grit and perseverance, Carmen Day overcame hurdles to become an attorney.

Arts and Culture

Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Unveils First All-Virtual Art Exhibition

Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Unveils First All-Virtual Art Exhibition

RCCA exhibition features renowned works from the Rutgers–Camden Collection of Art.

“Tall Tales with Kyle J” Offers Virtual, Interactive Storytelling for Kids

“Tall Tales with Kyle J” Offers Virtual, Interactive Storytelling for Kids

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts (RCCA) invites kids to join everyone’s favorite storyteller, Kyle Jakubowski, for “Tall Tales with Kyle J” – a series of virtual, interactive storytelling sessions – all summer long.

Shakespeare Studies Relevant to Current Social Unrest, Says Professor and Author

Shakespeare Studies Relevant to Current Social Unrest, Says Professor and Author

Chris Fitter, a professor of English and author of a new book on Shakespeare’s works, said the playwright’s works are surprisingly relevant and familiar in this current period of social unrest.

Other Recent Posts

Amid Calls for Social Justice, Researcher is Hopeful for More Inclusive Workplaces

Amid Calls for Social Justice, Researcher is Hopeful for More Inclusive Workplaces

Oscar Holmes says the global racial reckoning and the pandemic have made us aware of the nation’s critical weaknesses and has made us stronger.

Make it Count: Researcher Says Pandemic is Prime Example Why U.S. Census Is So Important

Make it Count: Researcher Says Pandemic is Prime Example Why U.S. Census Is So Important

Paul Jargowsky, director of the Center for Urban Research and Education, explains that the coronavirus pandemic is a prime example why the decennial survey is so important.

Rutgers–Camden Selected as Participant in Commission on Presidential Debates DebateWatch2020

Rutgers–Camden Selected as Participant in Commission on Presidential Debates DebateWatch2020

Students will get an unvarnished view of the debates this fall via the university’s selection as a participant in the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) DebateWatch2020.