Community Outreach

Home Work: Graduate Students Assist Regional Partnership

Home Work: Graduate Students Assist Regional Partnership

Prentiss Dantzler and Zach Wood, Ph.D. candidates in public affairs, and Jeanette Holdbrook, a graduate student in the master of public administration (MPA) program, are assisting an innovative partnership of seven Camden County towns focused on addressing vacant properties.

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Four Student Veterans Named First Kane Scholarship Recipients

Four Student Veterans Named First Kane Scholarship Recipients

Four Rutgers University–Camden student veterans have been named the inaugural recipients of the Jeremy Kane Scholarship: Carla Cooper, Mark Bodrog, Nam Dy, and Henderson Tyrrell. Each recipient has received an award in the amount of $750.

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National Resource Center Comes to Rutgers-Camden

National Resource Center Comes to Rutgers-Camden

With roots dating back 30 years, the National Resource Center on Children and Families of the Incarcerated (NRCCFI) — the oldest organization of its kind in the United States — made a new home at Rutgers University–Camden in October. Now known as the NRCCFI at Rutgers–Camden, the center has ushered in a new era of collaborative research, resource dissemination, advocacy, training, and educational opportunities.

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Fifth Annual Jeremy Kane 5K Memorial Run Held in Cherry Hill

Fifth Annual Jeremy Kane 5K Memorial Run Held in Cherry Hill

On Sunday, June 8, hundreds of participants once again took to the streets of Cherry Hill in honor of a fallen hero.

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