Tag: Rutgers-Camden

Signature Program: Rutgers‒Camden and City of Camden forge partnership to launch new experiential learning initiative

Signature Program: Rutgers‒Camden and City of Camden forge partnership to launch new experiential learning initiative

Rutgers–Camden Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis and City of Camden Mayor Victor G. Carstarphen signed a memorandum of understanding officially launching the Chancellor’s Mayoral Internship Program.

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Shine On: Local luminaries honored by Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs

Shine On: Local luminaries honored by Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs

Four southern New Jersey citizens honored as emblematic of research institute’s mission Photo by Richard Ratner May 13, 2022 By Tom McLaughlin The Senator Walter Rand Institute (WRI) for Public Affairs at Rutgers University–Camden honored four prominent southern New Jersey citizens – shining examples of its mission to foster a healthy, productive, and thriving South […]

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Branching Out: Luo’s growth began with solid roots

Branching Out: Luo’s growth began with solid roots

For Rufan Luo, Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month is all about family

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Five Rutgers–Camden Faculty Members Earn 2022 Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity

Five Rutgers–Camden Faculty Members Earn 2022 Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity

Researchers excel in mathematics, physics, science, psychology, sociology, anthropology and criminal justice topics   May 5, 2022 By Tom McLaughlin Rutgers University–Camden Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis selected five faculty members to receive the 2022 Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity. These awards  go to faculty who have demonstrated outstanding achievements in research, scholarship, […]

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Home Schooled: Graduating senior learned respect for diversity at an early age

Home Schooled: Graduating senior learned respect for diversity at an early age

Adam Soliman takes another step toward the fore of societal change on Tuesday, May 17 when he graduates with a perfect 4.0, triple majoring in political science, religion, and global studies, and a minor in Spanish

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