Tag: FAS

Cellular Architecture: Rutgers–Camden Students Use 3D Bioprinter to Create Building Blocks for Tissue Generation

Cellular Architecture: Rutgers–Camden Students Use 3D Bioprinter to Create Building Blocks for Tissue Generation

By Ed Moorhouse Advances in technology have made it possible to produce bone, muscle, and even organs using a 3D bioprinter, which allows scientists to generate tissue in a laboratory environment. But before that can be done, cellular building blocks have to be created to lay the foundation for the new tissue, and students at […]

Posted in: Research Highlights
For the Good of It: A Q & A with Ph.D. Candidate Rasheda Weaver on Benefits and Challenges of Social Enterprises

For the Good of It: A Q & A with Ph.D. Candidate Rasheda Weaver on Benefits and Challenges of Social Enterprises

Rasheda Weaver, a Ph.D. candidate in public affairs at Rutgers University­–Camden, explains what drives these social entrepreneurs, explores the pros and cons of owning a social enterprise, and considers what policy changes can be made to bolster revenue-generating organizations that are making a social impact.

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Media Coverage of Undocumented Children in U.S. Focus of Annual Childhood Studies Lecture

Media Coverage of Undocumented Children in U.S. Focus of Annual Childhood Studies Lecture

The Department of Childhood Studies at Rutgers University–Camden will host its fourth annual lecture, focusing on powerful myths created by inaccurate and incomplete media coverage of unaccompanied, undocumented children in U.S. immigration custody, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 8.

Posted in: Community Outreach
A Real Factor: Alumnus and Math Instructor Making a Difference Inside and Outside the Classroom

A Real Factor: Alumnus and Math Instructor Making a Difference Inside and Outside the Classroom

Rutgers–Camden alumnus Paul Moré is guiding and supporting students as a mathematics instructor and as founder of the Moré Family Scholarship at Rutgers–Camden.

Posted in: Scarlet Pride
Science Safari: Career Opportunities in Biology Come Alive in Special Course for Students

Science Safari: Career Opportunities in Biology Come Alive in Special Course for Students

By Ed Moorhouse Julia Manchester had it all planned out. She would attend Rutgers University–Camden and major in biology, which would serve as the starting point to her final destination: medical school. “I didn’t want to consider any other career paths because I thought that was the one for me,” says Manchester, a junior from […]

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