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Alumnus Makes Significant Bequest Gift Commitment to Support Students and Research at Rutgers University–Camden

Alumnus Makes Significant Bequest Gift Commitment to Support Students and Research at Rutgers University–Camden

Alumnus Sandy Stewart made a $2.5 million bequest gift commitment.

Posted in: Scarlet Pride
Professor and Her Students Pioneer Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Program on Campus

Professor and Her Students Pioneer Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Program on Campus

Prof. Courtenay Cavanaugh and students in her Violence Against Women and Women’s Health course have pioneered the novel, peer-facilitated delivery of a sexual assault prevention and awareness program at Rutgers–Camden.

Posted in: Community Outreach
Art Professor to Lead Student Workshop in Latvia

Art Professor to Lead Student Workshop in Latvia

By Tom McLaughlin Her inspired, mixed-media constructions have appeared in solo and group exhibitions and installations throughout the world. Her original artwork hangs prominently in the U.S. Embassy in Suriname and in the personal collection of U.S. Ambassador to Latvia Nancy Pettit. And she has served as both an instructor and mentor to countless students, […]

Posted in: Arts and Culture
Researcher Earns Distinguished Fellowship to Study Relationship Between War, National Security, and Secrecy

Researcher Earns Distinguished Fellowship to Study Relationship Between War, National Security, and Secrecy

Kate Epstein, an associate professor of history, has earned a 2018 Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellowship for Recently Tenured Scholars

Posted in: Research Highlights
Rutgers University–Camden Researchers Study Actions and Interactions Among Birds

Rutgers University–Camden Researchers Study Actions and Interactions Among Birds

A Rutgers University–Camden study shows the spacing among birds perched on wires can be explained by the same social forces that describe other group actions.

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