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Distinguished Service Professor Makes $500,000 Bequest Intention to Benefit Camden Schoolchildren

Distinguished Service Professor Makes $500,000 Bequest Intention to Benefit Camden Schoolchildren

By Tom McLaughlin For generations to come, Camden schoolchildren will continue to have their financial barriers lifted and their academic futures cultivated at Rutgers University, thanks to a $500,000 bequest intention from Gloria Bonilla-Santiago, a Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor of Public Policy and Administration at Rutgers University–Camden. Bonilla-Santiago, director of the Community Leadership […]

Posted in: Community Outreach
Purple Heart Day Has Personal Meaning for Rutgers–Camden Graduate

Purple Heart Day Has Personal Meaning for Rutgers–Camden Graduate

For Rutgers–Camden Graduate Lester Orellana, Purple Heart Day is a reminder of wounds sustained but also of challenges overcome.

Posted in: Scarlet Pride
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.

Posted in: Research Highlights
Student Success Coach Office Helping Students Bring Their “A” Game

Student Success Coach Office Helping Students Bring Their “A” Game

Since the 2017-18 academic year, the Student Success Coach Office has provided individualized one-on-one coaching services to any incoming first-year student not already affiliated with other specialized cohort groups on campus.

Posted in: Campus Life
Rutgers-Founded Ignoble Shakespeare Company Opens Curtains on Second Summer Season

Rutgers-Founded Ignoble Shakespeare Company Opens Curtains on Second Summer Season

The Ignoble Shakespeare Company, founded by and comprised in part of several Rutgers University–Camden students and alumni, will present William Shakespeare’s comedy “Twelfth Night” at the Matrimony Garden at Newton Lake Park in Collingswood from June 21 to 24.

Posted in: Community Outreach