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Rutgers University–Camden Professor Gives South Jersey High School Students Research Experience through the Army Educational Outreach Program

Rutgers University–Camden Professor Gives South Jersey High School Students Research Experience through the Army Educational Outreach Program

South Jersey high school students will have an opportunity to conduct cutting-edge science research this summer, thanks to a partnership between the U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) and Rutgers University–Camden.

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Rutgers-Founded Ignoble Shakespeare Company Opens Curtains on Second Summer Season

Rutgers-Founded Ignoble Shakespeare Company Opens Curtains on Second Summer Season

The Ignoble Shakespeare Company, founded by and comprised in part of several Rutgers University–Camden students and alumni, will present William Shakespeare’s comedy “Twelfth Night” at the Matrimony Garden at Newton Lake Park in Collingswood from June 21 to 24.

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Researcher’s New Book Explores Cultural Significances – and Struggles – of Those with Extraordinary Bodies

Researcher’s New Book Explores Cultural Significances – and Struggles – of Those with Extraordinary Bodies

By Tom McLaughlin Recognizing other people as bigger and smaller than ourselves is a natural part of “the human measure,” a way of viewing and knowing the world, explains Lynne Vallone. However, contends the Rutgers University–Camden researcher, this natural inclination to compare bodies is so obvious, so universal, that it paradoxically goes unnoticed. “Certainly, big […]

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Graduating Health Sciences Major on a Mission to Solve Health Care Issues Around the Globe

Graduating Health Sciences Major on a Mission to Solve Health Care Issues Around the Globe

A self-proclaimed “talker,” Jasmaine Quashie pursued a bachelor’s degree in health sciences as the first step toward exploring and solving health-care and health-systems issues around the globe

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Researcher’s Pioneering Bilingual Preschool Program a Model of Success

Researcher’s Pioneering Bilingual Preschool Program a Model of Success

By Tom McLaughlin Bilingual preschool education may one day become the norm in the United States, rather than the exception, thanks to a pioneering initiative run by Rutgers University–Camden researcher Silvia Perez-Cortes in conjunction with Catholic Partnership Schools in Camden. Perez-Cortes, an assistant professor of Spanish, is currently serving as a consultant for a task […]

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