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Rutgers-Camden Librarians Contribute to Childhood Studies Book

Rutgers-Camden Librarians Contribute to Childhood Studies Book

Kids say the darndest things. Viral videos like “David After Dentist” and “Charlie Bit My Finger” are turning children into Internet stars overnight. Rutgers–Camden librarian Katie Elson Anderson has examined the implications of the instant fame for her essay, “Configuring Childhood on the Web.” The essay is featured as a chapter in the book Portrayals […]

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Journal Publishes Student Essay

Journal Publishes Student Essay

The journal Young Scholars in Writing: Undergraduate Research in Writing and Rhetoric is publishing Rutgers-Camden major Natalie Midiri’s article on rhetoric. In her article “The Stylistic Effects of Human Rights Rhetoric: An Analysis of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s 2011 LGBT Human Rights Speech,” Midiri analyzes the historic international gay rights speech Clinton delivered […]

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Student Recognized for Work to Help Animals

Student Recognized for Work to Help Animals

Rutgers-Camden junior biology major Marissa Ionno is being featured in Glamour magazine’s “Seven Amazing College Women” feature! Marissa uses a Facebook page called “The TAILS Network” to help find homes for animals that could be put to sleep. According to the magazine feature, there are 800 dogs and cats euthanized in the U.S. every hour. […]

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New York Times Blog Features Essay by Student in Rutgers–Camden MFA in Creative Writing Program

The New York Times blog “From Our Children” published the personal essay “Seeing Nature From My Father’s Eyes” by Issac Blum, a student in the Rutgers–Camden MFA program in creative writing. Read the essay here: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/23/booming/seeing-nature-through-my-fathe…. Accepting only 15 students per year, the competitive Rutgers–Camden MFA program in creative writing requires 42 credits of coursework […]

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Rutgers-Camden Biophysicist Innovates Drug Design through Virtual Interactions

CAMDEN – If proteins are the locks that drugs aim to open, then Rutgers–Camden biophysicist Grace Brannigan is a virtual locksmith. As part of the Rutgers–Camden Center for Computational and Integrative Biology research faculty, Brannigan is working toward the design of new drugs not through the tradition of unintended consequences – like how a drug […]

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