By Caroline Yount Health equity for underserved Latino and immigrant populations will be broadened at the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden, which has received a $600,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s International and Foreign Language office to strengthen Spanish language skills among students and faculty. The grant will allow the Rutgers University–Camden nursing school […]
Sean Stein Smith, an assistant professor of professional practice at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden, is the recipient of a Bright Idea Award.
By Tom McLaughlin Simply put, explains Marie O’Toole, being a nurse means being able to make a tangible difference in people’s lives, whether it is bedside in a hospital or a home, or within a larger context, such as a population or community. “As the largest group of health-care professionals, we really do make a […]
By Tom McLaughlin As the presidential election heads down the final stretch, there have been growing allegations of voter fraud and a rigged system by Donald Trump, with the Republican candidate even indicating that, should he lose, he may not be so quick to accept the results. Those watching the debate closely may have noticed […]
By Cathy K. Donovan No matter your opinion on the validity of global warming, the high frequency and high impact of recent natural disasters now more than ever raises homeowners’ need for good insurance coverage and full knowledge of what they are buying. And when disasters do strike, insurance companies need to deliver on the […]
Peter Singer, a professor of bioethics at Princeton University’s Center for Human Values and author of the recent book The Most Good You Can Do, will speak at Rutgers University–Camden at 3 p.m. Tuesday Nov. 22.
By Caroline Yount A husband-and-wife team of Rutgers University–Camden business professors has been honored nationally for their commitment to championing diversity in higher education. Voorhees residents Julie and Kenneth Kendall, both management faculty members at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden, will be inducted into the PhD Project Hall of Fame at the organization’s annual meeting […]
Recent graduates Marlene Kim and Kathryn Ribay credit their time in the chemistry department at Rutgers University–Camden as a key element of their success.
A Rutgers University-Camden senior is part of a team developing a patient locator service for the greater Philadelphia area that could help families connect with their loved ones during times of chaos or dislocation.
Once a victim of sexual assault, Rutgers student veteran Loria McGruder is now determined to become a victim-rights advocate, pursuing juris doctor and master of social work degrees in a dual-degree program offered jointly through Rutgers Law School and Rutgers School of Social Work.
Sixty-three incoming first-year students got a jump on their college careers this summer, thanks to the Rutgers University–Camden Educational Opportunity Fund program.
Rutgers University–Camden, Atlantic Cape Community College sign 3+1 Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree Agreement
Rutgers University–Camden and Atlantic Cape Community College signed a conditional acceptance agreement May 11 to enable students to complete three years of requirements for a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Atlantic Cape before seamlessly transferring to Rutgers–Camden for their final year. The agreement offers guaranteed admission into the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden’s RN-to-BS program […]
On the Frontlines of Health Care: Veterans Take on Leadership Roles as Nursing Students at Rutgers University–Camden
By Ed Moorhouse As medical professionals on the frontlines of health care, nurses must remain calm, level-headed, and prepared for anything that may arise in order to administer safe and proper care to their patients. In many ways, those qualities are a lot like what is required of someone in the military, who must rely […]
By Tom McLaughlin Looking back now, David Christian views his life as a “kaleidoscope” or “multifaceted diamond.” Patriot, Purple Heart recipient, dedicated veterans advocate, successful business owner, devoted husband and father – these are just a few of the many titles that he has earned, often the hard way, over the years. The 2011 Rutgers […]
Rutgers University–Camden Named a “Best Bang for the Buck” University by Washington Monthly Magazine
Rutgers University–Camden once again has been recognized by Washington Monthly magazine as a strong value, while also earning high overall rankings among master’s-level universities across the nation.
A Rutgers University–Camden program designed to support students who come from disadvantaged circumstances has expanded its reach to give even more opportunities to the undergrads it serves.
Everyone has a story, but for many veterans, telling it is not an easy task. To help them harness the power of the written word, a new series of public writing programs for veterans is beginning this fall at Rutgers University–Camden. The programs, offered by the Rutgers–Camden Writers House and Office of Veterans Services, include […]
After leaving behind aspirations as a research scholar, Josh Demaree is now fine-tuning his craft in the 39-credit MFA program in creative writing at Rutgers–Camden.
The Rutgers University–Camden theater program will open its 2016-2017 season with “Little Shop of Horrors” at the Walter K. Gordon Theater, Oct. 26-30.
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By Tom McLaughlin In 2002, Rutgers University–Camden and the University of Havana signed a historic Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to formalize research and exchange opportunities for students and faculty. Since that time, the partnership has flourished, resulting in collaborative faculty research projects, student fellowships and internships, and frequent visits to Cuba led by expert faculty […]
By Tom McLaughlin Two Rutgers University–Camden scholars have been selected as Fulbright Scholars for the 2016-2017 Academic Year, joining the ranks of a distinguished cadre of scholars and professionals serving as leaders in their respective disciplines at host institutions throughout the world. Marie O’Toole, senior associate dean of academic and faculty affairs and professor at […]