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Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill and Oscars victories demonstrate mixed opinions for LGBTQ rights movement

Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill and Oscars victories demonstrate mixed opinions for LGBTQ rights movement

The dichotomy demonstrates how progress has not unfolded equally across the country.

Rutgers–Camden Professor’s Grant to Tackle Racial Gaps in Local Breast Cancer Survival Rates

Rutgers–Camden Professor’s Grant to Tackle Racial Gaps in Local Breast Cancer Survival Rates

Williams has received a $15,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to improve breast cancer outcomes among Black women in Camden.

An Icon Retires

An Icon Retires

Celebrating School of Business professor Carol Kaufman-Scarborough’s career and impact across the globe.

Nursing Scholar Earns Prestigious American Academy of Nursing Fellowship for Contributions to the Profession

Nursing Scholar Earns Prestigious American Academy of Nursing Fellowship for Contributions to the Profession

Robin Cogan, a Rutgers–Camden lecturer and a school nurse in Camden, is an advocate for school nurses and for children’s health and safety.

Community Health Care Program also Studies Social Determinants of Health to Help Improve Residents’ Well-Being

Community Health Care Program also Studies Social Determinants of Health to Help Improve Residents’ Well-Being

Students are supporting communities as part of the New Jersey COVID-19 Service Corps and the AmeriCorps national program.