Student Achievement

Students Earn First Doctoral Degrees in Childhood Studies

Students Earn First Doctoral Degrees in Childhood Studies

Rutgers–Camden will confer doctoral degrees to the first three graduates of its landmark Ph.D. in childhood studies program during the Faculty of Arts and Sciences commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 23. It is an unprecedented achievement on a national scale.  The graduates – Lara Saguisag, Deborah Valentine, and Marla Wander – will become the first […]

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Rutgers Law–Camden Student Awarded Google Policy Fellowship

Rutgers Law–Camden Student Awarded Google Policy Fellowship

For many of us, Google is part of our daily lives online. One Rutgers Law–Camden 2L thinks access to this online world is a right worth defending. Thanks to a Google Summer Fellowship, Princeton resident Bryan Suchenski will spend his summer in Washington D.C. at Public Knowledge, a technology policy nonprofit. For 10 weeks, the […]

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Charter Members to be Inducted into Zeta Pi Chapter of Chi Alpha Epsilon National Honor Society

Charter Members to be Inducted into Zeta Pi Chapter of Chi Alpha Epsilon National Honor Society

A lifelong resident of Trenton, Ishiya Ashley Hayes was yet a young girl when her mother instilled in her the importance of earning an education and contributing to her community. Simply put, Hayes was taught to make a difference – both in her own life and in the lives of others. At Rutgers–Camden, she found […]

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Student Recognized as a “Philly’s Future” Marketing Professional

Student Recognized as a “Philly’s Future” Marketing Professional

A Rutgers–Camden marketing major has been recognized as one of “Philly’s Future” outstanding marketing professionals by the Philly Ad Club. Amelia Kaselaan, from Haddonfield, was the recipient of one of 10 scholarships awarded by the Philly Ad Club to students studying advertising and communications. She received a $2,500 Philly’s Future Scholarship Award toward her education […]

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Students Collaborate to Publish Ebooks

Students Collaborate to Publish Ebooks

Most college courses require students to purchase books.  At Rutgers–Camden, a new collaborative project will help creative writing students to publish their own books, by turning their manuscripts into ebooks with the help of graphic design students. The project pairs MFA students with undergraduate graphic design students to bring written words to life by creating […]

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