Research Highlights

Dodge Foundation Grant to Support Rutgers Law Research on Digital Journalism

Dodge Foundation Grant to Support Rutgers Law Research on Digital Journalism

In an information age fueled by ever-evolving technologies, the job of a journalist has become highly complex, and the rights of those reporters can be difficult to navigate. Thanks to a grant from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Rutgers Law–Camden Professor Ellen Goodman, with the help of law students, will provide legal guidance on newsgathering […]

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New Course Allows Rutgers University–Camden Students to Perform Original Research

New Course Allows Rutgers University–Camden Students to Perform Original Research

A new course at Rutgers University–Camden is allowing undergraduate students to design and test their own original hypotheses and publish their work in an online journal for student research. “Research is a significant component of undergraduate education and experiential learning,” says Kwangwon Lee, an associate professor of biology at Rutgers–Camden, who is teaching the course […]

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Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Students visit United Nations to Present Global Health Research

Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Students visit United Nations to Present Global Health Research

At the United Nations, world leaders are making concerted efforts to improve healthcare, eradicate poverty, create a sustainable environment, and improve access to education, among other critical global issues. Rutgers University–Camden nursing students recently had a chance to offer their own solutions to improve upon these issues by presenting original research posters at United Nations […]

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Algorithm Helps Identify Proper Surfaces for Pressure Ulcer Treatment and Prevention

Algorithm Helps Identify Proper Surfaces for Pressure Ulcer Treatment and Prevention

Patients suffering from painful pressure ulcers — commonly known as bed sores — must have the proper support surface to lie on while immobilized. A new algorithm developed in part by a Rutgers University–Camden nursing scholar will help guide nurses and other health care providers in choosing the proper surface to meet individual patient needs. […]

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Taxes De-Coded: A Q & A with Researcher Michael Hayes

Taxes De-Coded: A Q & A with Researcher Michael Hayes

Michael Hayes, an assistant professor of public policy and administration, digs into current tax policy and related issues in an informative Q & A.

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