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Katie Eyer Honored by the Society of American Law Teachers

Katie Eyer Honored by the Society of American Law Teachers

Katie Eyer, a Rutgers Law School associate professor, has been named one of this year’s recipients of the Society of American Law Teachers’ Junior Faculty Teaching Award.

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Digital Studies Center to Host Festival of Digital Language Art

Digital Studies Center to Host Festival of Digital Language Art

  By Tom McLaughlin The Digital Studies Center at Rutgers University–Camden invites participants to a free, public conference delving into the world of digital language art – an emerging field that explores the interactions between texts produced in conjunction with other media, including visual art, sound art, games, installation art, video, and live performance. “U […]

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Veterans Affairs to Host Annual Veterans Day Luncheon

Veterans Affairs to Host Annual Veterans Day Luncheon

By Tom McLaughlin With Veterans Day falling on a Saturday this year, the Office of Veterans Affairs at Rutgers–Camden will host the annual Veterans Day luncheon at 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 13. The luncheon, a special thanks to Rutgers–Camden students and alumni who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, will be held in the […]

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Rutgers Law Students Represent Prison Inmates in Civil Rights Cases

Rutgers Law Students Represent Prison Inmates in Civil Rights Cases

Rutgers Law School students are receiving actual legal work experience by representing pro se litigants through a federal court system pilot program.

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Rutgers–Camden Celebrates Opening of New Nursing and Science Building

Rutgers–Camden Celebrates Opening of New Nursing and Science Building

Strengthening Rutgers University–Camden’s role as a regional leader in health care and the sciences, the 107,000-square-foot Nursing and Science Building, located at Fifth and Federal Sts. in Camden, has opened.

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