Tag: Rutgers-Camden

Medieval Period of The Green Knight Parallels Current Age of Crisis, Explains Professor

Medieval Period of The Green Knight Parallels Current Age of Crisis, Explains Professor

Aug. 10, 2021 By Tom McLaughlin The Green Knight opened nationwide on July 30, taking a new generation of moviegoers on an epic medieval fantasy adventure. As the story goes, Sir Gawain – lesser known than Sir Lancelot, but an important figure in the Arthurian cycle of stories, explains Aaron Hostetter – is confronted with […]

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Community Policing That Encourages Building Relationships May Reduce Police Violence, Says New Research

Community Policing That Encourages Building Relationships May Reduce Police Violence, Says New Research

Community policing that encourages relationships with local citizens may reduce police violence, while proactive policing strategies are associated with higher police violence, according to new Rutgers University–Camden research.

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Camden Barbers Become Messengers of COVID-19 Vaccine Importance, Thanks to Innovative Collaboration

Camden Barbers Become Messengers of COVID-19 Vaccine Importance, Thanks to Innovative Collaboration

Camden barbers have now taken on the role of community ambassadors for the safety and importance of the COVID-19 vaccine, thanks to an innovative new awareness campaign led by Rutgers University–Camden and the Center For Family Services in Camden.

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Lecturer Earns Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Native American Scholars Initiative Predoctoral Fellowship

Lecturer Earns Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Native American Scholars Initiative Predoctoral Fellowship

Anabelle Rodriguez will serve a predoctoral fellowship at the American Philosophical Society’s Library and Museum.

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Professor Earns Prestigious International Award for Book Design

Professor Earns Prestigious International Award for Book Design

June 30, 2021 By Tom McLaughlin With its roots dating back to 1923, AIGA’s “50 Books | 50 Covers” competition – recognizing the 50 best-designed books and book covers in a given year – is one of the longest-standing, most highly selective graphic design contests in the world. For Allan Espiritu, it is a crowning […]

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