Student Achievement

Nursing Student Awarded Scholarship

Nursing Student Awarded Scholarship

Monica Rivera, a Rutgers University–Camden nursing student and North Brunswick resident, has been awarded a scholarship from the Northern New Jersey Black Nurses Association for demonstrating excellence in academics and community service. “I’m honored to receive the scholarship and to become part of an organization that is so supportive of nursing students,” Rivera says. The […]

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Student Receives Fellowship to Advance DNA Research

Student Receives Fellowship to Advance DNA Research

Harish Swaminathan, a doctoral student studying computational and integrative biology at Rutgers University–Camden, has been awarded a prestigious graduate research fellowship from the National Institute of Justice to fund his project, “Computational Methods for the Interpretation of Forensic DNA Samples.” The award program provides funding for research on crime, violence, and other criminal justice-related topics […]

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Sharing the Love: Marketing Major Helps Lead Charitable Campaign

Sharing the Love: Marketing Major Helps Lead Charitable Campaign

As the end of the year approaches, so does the season of giving, which typically means an increase in charitable donations to many local and national organizations. Behind the scenes, it’s the culmination of a year’s worth of hard work for Amelia Kaselaan, who is carving out her niche in the marketing industry. Kaselaan, a […]

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Law Student Returns to Camden to Make a Difference

Law Student Returns to Camden to Make a Difference

When Rob Ransom attended LEAP Academy University Charter School in Camden, he didn’t see himself as being any different from his peers. After attending Howard University, where he studied political science and community development, the Willingboro native learned to think otherwise. “At LEAP, I thought my friends were the same as me. I lived a […]

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A Q&A with Jen Lee, Woodrow Wilson New Jersey Teaching Fellow

A Q&A with Jen Lee, Woodrow Wilson New Jersey Teaching Fellow

A Q & A with Jen Lee, a graduate student in the master of science in teaching program and a member of the first cohort of Woodrow Wilson New Jersey Teaching Fellows at Rutgers University–Camden

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