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In Defense of our Values of Equality and Inclusion

Sent Saturday, May 30, 2020 To the Campus Community: In recent days, we have witnessed images of horror and sadness surrounding the death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers in Minneapolis – a tragedy made all the more painful by its similarity to occurrences involving matters related to race and the law […]

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Active-Shooter Drills in Schools May Do More Harm Than Good, Says Rutgers–Camden Nursing Scholar

Active-Shooter Drills in Schools May Do More Harm Than Good, Says Rutgers–Camden Nursing Scholar

Robin Cogan urges school and law enforcement officials alike to include school nurses in their plans to prepare for violent situations.

Rutgers Law School Receives Knight Foundation Funding to Develop Internet Governance and Policy Research

Rutgers Law School Receives Knight Foundation Funding to Develop Internet Governance and Policy Research

Professor Ellen Goodman will develop research and policy proposals on digital platform regulation and free speech.

Rutgers‒Camden Scientists Search for Causes of Vaping-Related Illnesses and Deaths

Rutgers‒Camden Scientists Search for Causes of Vaping-Related Illnesses and Deaths

Researchers will examine many aspects of e-cigarettes, including the contents of the vape liquid and the components of the cartridges.

Cultural Friction Between Managers of Foreign Subsidiaries and Host Country Workers Can Harm a Firm’s Performance

Cultural Friction Between Managers of Foreign Subsidiaries and Host Country Workers Can Harm a Firm’s Performance

Deeksha Singh of the Rutgers School of Business‒Camden says language is a major delineator between two cultures.