Tag: FAS

Course of Action: For Graduating Student, a Challenge is no Foreign Concept

Course of Action: For Graduating Student, a Challenge is no Foreign Concept

On May 21, Aurora Boyette, a Spanish teacher at Absegami High School, will be one of the first two graduates – joining counterpart Galina Graulau – of the master of arts in teaching Spanish (MAT) program at Rutgers University–Camden.

Posted in: Student Achievement
Man in Motion: Graduating Student Veteran Overcomes Disability to Offer Support to Fellow Veterans

Man in Motion: Graduating Student Veteran Overcomes Disability to Offer Support to Fellow Veterans

Air Force veteran Adam Klein will graduate from Rutgers–Camden on May 21 with a bachelor’s degree in social work. Having faced adversity himself, he plans to continue his mission providing guidance and support to disabled veterans.

Posted in: Student Achievement
Graduate Finds Niche in Physics Research

Graduate Finds Niche in Physics Research

Even when a student begins his or her collegiate journey unsure of what lies ahead, it doesn’t take too long for all of the pieces to seamlessly fall into place. “I could lie and say I always wanted to do research, but I came into it with no expectations,” says JJ Naddeo, a Marlton resident […]

Posted in: Scarlet Pride
Researcher and Student Team Up to Offer Spanish Language Pilot Program

Researcher and Student Team Up to Offer Spanish Language Pilot Program

Próspero Garcia, an assistant professor of Spanish at Rutgers–Camden, is leading the design and implementation of a successful pilot program at Absegami High School featuring “concept-based instruction,” a revolutionary pedagogical approach that he has been carrying out in his research.

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Women’s and Gender Studies Students Earn Multimedia Award for It Gets Better Project Video

Women’s and Gender Studies Students Earn Multimedia Award for It Gets Better Project Video

Women’s and Gender Studies students have earned a 2015 Margery Somers Foster Undergraduate Multimedia Award for a video they produced for the It Gets Better Project.

Posted in: Community Outreach