Tag: Rutgers-Camden

Let the Ghoul Times Roll: Halloween Culturally Significant Despite Social-Distancing Norms, Says Researcher

Let the Ghoul Times Roll: Halloween Culturally Significant Despite Social-Distancing Norms, Says Researcher

Despite social-distancing challenges, Halloween traditions will simply wear new disguises this year, explains Prof. Cindy Dell Clark.

Posted in: Arts and Culture
Study Shows Heightened Risk of Domestic Violence After Family Member’s Release from Incarceration

Study Shows Heightened Risk of Domestic Violence After Family Member’s Release from Incarceration

New Rutgers–Camden research shows that intimate partner violence against a spouse or partner has an alarming rate of occurrence following the release of an individual from incarceration.

Posted in: Research Highlights
Another Round? Public Policy Expert Talks Pros and Cons of Second Stimulus Package

Another Round? Public Policy Expert Talks Pros and Cons of Second Stimulus Package

Michael Hayes, assistant professor of public policy and administration, gives his take on another round of stimulus spending.

Posted in: Community Outreach
MFA Student Earns 2020-21 Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Scholarship

MFA Student Earns 2020-21 Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Scholarship

Patience Williams becomes the first Rutgers–Camden student since 1981 to earn a prestigious Fulbright scholarship.

Posted in: Arts and Culture
Social Scientist to Brief New Jersey Advisory Committee of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights on Criminal Fines, Fees, and Asset Forfeiture

Social Scientist to Brief New Jersey Advisory Committee of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights on Criminal Fines, Fees, and Asset Forfeiture

Prof. Nate Link will explain the debt burdens imposed on formerly incarcerated individuals stemming from fines, fees, and other monetary sanctions.

Posted in: Community Outreach