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Baby Steps: Researcher’s New Book Examines Role of Infants in Modernizing American Society

Baby Steps: Researcher’s New Book Examines Role of Infants in Modernizing American Society

By Tom McLaughlin The 20th century saw revolutions in scientific medicine, consumer culture, and social welfare, and in the understanding of human development and potential, explains Janet Golden. And while many intellectual thinkers, scientists, and industrial innovators helped to lead America into this new age, says the professor of history at Rutgers University–Camden, credit also […]

Raptor Pantry Gives Students a Helping Hand

Raptor Pantry Gives Students a Helping Hand

Proper nutrition is vital to fuel the brain, but some college students just aren’t able to get the sustenance they need. A new campus food pantry provides critical assistance.

Rutgers Law School’s Juvenile Re-entry Assistance Program Aids Camden Youths

Rutgers Law School’s Juvenile Re-entry Assistance Program Aids Camden Youths

The program helps ex-offenders up to the age of 24 in Camden get help in resolving their civil legal issues and possibly with expunging their record.

Marketing and Music Mix Leads to Radio Sales Job

Marketing and Music Mix Leads to Radio Sales Job

By Sam Starnes Michael Osowiecki’s experience as a student at Rutgers University–Camden hit all the right notes. He combined his lifelong love of playing music and his burgeoning interest in sales and marketing in both coursework and extracurricular activities: he majored in marketing while taking electives in music, played saxophone in the Jazz Ensemble, served […]

Rutgers Law School Report Recommends Improvements by States to Help Homeowners Buy Insurance

Rutgers Law School Report Recommends Improvements by States to Help Homeowners Buy Insurance

Most states don’t require insurance companies to provide adequate coverage, quality, and price information to consumers.