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World on a String: Graduate Works as Graphic Designer for Japanese Clothing Giant

World on a String: Graduate Works as Graphic Designer for Japanese Clothing Giant

Matthew Bednarik’s day often begins like any other. The Rutgers–Camden graduate arrives each morning at Japanese clothing giant Uniqlo’s Tokyo headquarters with a game plan to attack the day’s workload. He then promptly watches as his plan scatters in a whirlwind of feedback, revisions, presentations, and last-minute dashes to the deadline. Simply put, there is […]

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Former All-American Aims for the Olympics

Former All-American Aims for the Olympics

In May 2013, Tim VanLiew finished his stellar, collegiate track-and-field career as most can only dream – at the top. He brought two national titles home to New Jersey.  Now, he wants to bring home the gold to America. The former Rutgers–Camden student-athlete successfully defended his national javelin title – which he first earned in […]

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A Season for the Record Books

A Season for the Record Books

The Rutgers-Camden men’s soccer team concluded its storybook 2013 season with an overtime loss to Messiah in the Division III National Championship Game on Dec. 7, but still inspired pride and spirit throughout the region with a record-setting performance. The Scarlet Raptors captured their third consecutive New Jersey Athletic Conference championship while compiling a  23-1-2 […]

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Former Camden County Prosecutor and Ph.D. Candidate Explores Juvenile Gun Violence

Former Camden County Prosecutor and Ph.D. Candidate Explores Juvenile Gun Violence

As a Camden County assistant prosecutor for 25 years, Diane Marano witnessed the devastating effects of gun violence on the city’s youth. She spent the last 21 of those years as section chief of the juvenile unit, where she gained a piercing understanding of the faces and names – and lives – behind the cold […]

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Marketing Scholar Receives “Bright Idea Award” for Research Paper

Marketing Scholar Receives “Bright Idea Award” for Research Paper

A Rutgers–Camden professor’s research paper has been recognized as one of the 10 best manuscripts published in 2012 in New Jersey. Robert Schindler, a Cherry Hill resident and a professor of marketing at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden, received the Bright Idea Award for his paper, “Perceived Helpfulness of Online Consumer Reviews:  The Role of […]

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