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Rutgers University‒Camden Nursing Students Learn While Teaching Preschool Children About Healthy Living

Rutgers University‒Camden Nursing Students Learn While Teaching Preschool Children About Healthy Living

Trenton preschool children are getting an early start to a life of healthy eating and physical activity thanks to lessons from nursing school students.

Diversity Builds Productivity, Says Rutgers‒Camden Business Professor

Diversity Builds Productivity, Says Rutgers‒Camden Business Professor

Surface-level and deep-level diversity can foster positive outcomes for organizations, according to a research paper co-authored by Oscar Holmes IV.

New Tools for Law Enforcement being Created at Rutgers University–Camden with Funding from the U.S. Department of Justice

New Tools for Law Enforcement being Created at Rutgers University–Camden with Funding from the U.S. Department of Justice

Researcher Catherine Grgicak is working on scientific approaches that will help enforcement investigators figure out the identity of a criminal.

Fighting for the Rights of People Who Need Assistance

Fighting for the Rights of People Who Need Assistance

First year Law School student Natima Neily became an activist as a young child, joining her parents to support the rights of the disabled in her hometown of Santa Cruz, Calif.

First-Year Law Student Neil Doogan Eager to Explore Service Opportunities

First-Year Law Student Neil Doogan Eager to Explore Service Opportunities

The former Marine held leadership positions and was a platoon commander overseeing more than 60 officers.