Research Highlights

New Tools for Law Enforcement being Created at Rutgers University–Camden with Funding from the U.S. Department of Justice

New Tools for Law Enforcement being Created at Rutgers University–Camden with Funding from the U.S. Department of Justice

Researcher Catherine Grgicak is working on scientific approaches that will help enforcement investigators figure out the identity of a criminal.

Quantifying Team Chemistry

Quantifying Team Chemistry

Rutgers School of Business?Camden professor Chester Spell, who studies effective organizations, says talent combined with team chemistry make a good team a great team.

Scholars Present “Sara’s Century” Podcast

Scholars Present “Sara’s Century” Podcast

Rutgers University–Camden scholars are currently presenting “Sara’s Century,” a weekly, 12-episode podcast chronicling the tragic life of Russian Jew Sara Mebel during the 20th century, exploring how antisemitism, revolution, war, and immigration affected a single individual.

Giving Back to the Community

Rutgers Law School Students to Observe Polling Locations on Election Day

Rutgers Law School Students to Observe Polling Locations on Election Day

Students will serve as poll observers on November 6, to keep track of voter demographics and report any issues, such as electioneering or lack of access for voters with disabilities.

Research Center Offers Strategies for Turning New Jersey’s Distressed Properties into Community Assets in New Report

Research Center Offers Strategies for Turning New Jersey’s Distressed Properties into Community Assets in New Report

By Tom McLaughlin Recovery from the historic numbers of distressed properties in New Jersey – especially in South Jersey, which bears the brunt of the burden – may be possible through a coordinated effort of multisector stakeholders, according to a new report from Rutgers University–Camden. “Through such efforts, these ‘toxic liabilities’ can become community assets […]

Research Center Hosts Week of Free, Public Events Exploring History of Cooper Street

Research Center Hosts Week of Free, Public Events Exploring History of Cooper Street

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) at Rutgers University–Camden, in conjunction with community partners, will celebrate the past, present, and future of historic Cooper Street in Camden with a week of free, public events.

Student Achievement

A Passion for Children’s Health Care

A Passion for Children’s Health Care

Doctor of Nursing Practice student Sangita Pudasainee-Kapri aims to become an educator to teach the next generation of nurses.

Graduating Accounting Major Gives Back to Community

Graduating Accounting Major Gives Back to Community

Krista Wells’ education at was enriched through public service projects on campus and in the city of Camden.

Graduating Public History Major Already Working to Preserve History

Graduating Public History Major Already Working to Preserve History

By Tom McLaughlin Simply put, where others see an old building, Rachel Craft sees a treasure trove of historical information. Behind the facades, explains the graduating Rutgers University–Camden student, there is much more than meets the eye. “Buildings are very telling of history, so I appreciate the importance of preserving them,” says the graduate public […]

Campus Life

Rutgers University‒Camden to Offer Master’s Degree Program in Forensic Science

Rutgers University‒Camden to Offer Master’s Degree Program in Forensic Science

Beginning in the fall of 2019, Rutgers‒Camden will offer a master’s in forensic science (MSFS) program, the first of its kind in New Jersey.

Fighting for the Rights of People Who Need Assistance

Fighting for the Rights of People Who Need Assistance

First year Law School student Natima Neily became an activist as a young child, joining her parents to support the rights of the disabled in her hometown of Santa Cruz, Calif.

Hispanic Heritage Month Celebrated with Series of Free, Public Events

Hispanic Heritage Month Celebrated with Series of Free, Public Events

By Tom McLaughlin Rutgers University–Camden is celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month – observed nationally from September 15 to October 15 – with a host of free, public events. The monthlong celebration is highlighted by an evening with civil rights icon Dolores Huerta on October 12 and a symposium taking a look back at the devastating […]

Scarlet Pride

Rutgers–Camden Small Business Development Center Director Wins Award from National SBDC Network

Rutgers–Camden Small Business Development Center Director Wins Award from National SBDC Network

Robert Palumbo has received the State Star Award from America’s SBDC.

Well-Versed: MFA Student Returns to Classroom with Lifetime of Writing and Teaching Experience

Well-Versed: MFA Student Returns to Classroom with Lifetime of Writing and Teaching Experience

After enjoying a successful writing and teaching career, Arlene Edmonds returns to the classroom as a graduate student in the master of fine arts program in creative writing.

Innovative Health Equity Program at Rutgers University–Camden Wins National Nursing Award

Innovative Health Equity Program at Rutgers University–Camden Wins National Nursing Award

The Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden is honored for a new model for educating nurses.

Arts and Culture

Theater Program Opens 2018-2019 Season with Mary Shelley’s Classic “Frankenstein”

Theater Program Opens 2018-2019 Season with Mary Shelley’s Classic “Frankenstein”

The Rutgers University–Camden theater program will open the curtains on its 2018-19 season with Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, in celebration of the 200th anniversary of the classic novel.

Frankenstein at 200: A Q&A with Gothic Literature Expert Ellen Malenas Ledoux

Frankenstein at 200: A Q&A with Gothic Literature Expert Ellen Malenas Ledoux

By Tom McLaughlin This year, Mary Shelley’s classic novel Frankenstein turns 200. Even two centuries since it was published, the novel, Victor Frankenstein’s larger-than-life creature, and the book’s many iterations in print and film continue to leave an indelible mark on our imaginations and the human psyche. Like the famous words “It’s Alive!” uttered in […]

Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Hosts The Big Read Celebration

Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Hosts The Big Read Celebration

This fall, the Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts is participating in The Big Read for the ninth year, with “In the Time of the Butterflies” by Julia Alvarez.

Other Recent Posts

Business School Professor Oscar Holmes IV Honored for Creating Innovative Management Course

Business School Professor Oscar Holmes IV Honored for Creating Innovative Management Course

Holmes will be honored by his peers for his organizational behavior course, which combines classroom learning and civic engagement.

New Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Exhibition Highlights Harmful Effect of Digital Technology on Environment

New Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Exhibition Highlights Harmful Effect of Digital Technology on Environment

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts’ new thought-provoking exhibition, “Digital Trash,” draws attention to the harmful effects of digital technology on the environment.

First-Year Law Student Neil Doogan Eager to Explore Service Opportunities

First-Year Law Student Neil Doogan Eager to Explore Service Opportunities

The former Marine held leadership positions and was a platoon commander overseeing more than 60 officers.