Tag: Ph.D. in public affairs

Ph.D. Student Leads Camden’s Return to Urban Gardening Roots

Ph.D. Student Leads Camden’s Return to Urban Gardening Roots

Ph.D. student Lew Bivona, is helping return Camden to its flourishing, gardening roots, as co-founder of the Camden Urban Agriculture Collaborative (CUAC).

Posted in: Student Achievement
Life Force: Alumna Impacts Lives of Students and Their Families

Life Force: Alumna Impacts Lives of Students and Their Families

By Tom McLaughlin Often people limit themselves by not only who they think they are, says Wendy Osefo, but who they think they aren’t. “You have to ask, ‘Why not me?’ You go into any endeavor thinking that you are going to do it and do it well,” says the 2016 graduate of Rutgers University–Camden […]

Posted in: Scarlet Pride
Ph.D. Students to Host Conference Highlighting Development Policies on Distressed U.S. Cities

Ph.D. Students to Host Conference Highlighting Development Policies on Distressed U.S. Cities

Ph.D. students in public affairs at Rutgers University–Camden will host a free, public conference exploring the effectiveness of state and local development policies on distressed U.S. cities, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 19.

Posted in: Community Outreach
Three Ph.D. Candidates Earn Tenure-Track Faculty Positions

Three Ph.D. Candidates Earn Tenure-Track Faculty Positions

Rutgers University–Camden Ph.D. candidates Ashley Nickels, Prentiss Dantzler, and Jason Rivera have all been offered and accepted collegiate-level, tenure-track faculty positions.

Posted in: Scarlet Pride
Home Work: Graduate Students Assist Regional Partnership

Home Work: Graduate Students Assist Regional Partnership

Prentiss Dantzler and Zach Wood, Ph.D. candidates in public affairs, and Jeanette Holdbrook, a graduate student in the master of public administration (MPA) program, are assisting an innovative partnership of seven Camden County towns focused on addressing vacant properties.

Posted in: Community Outreach