Tag: Rutgers University–Camden

Too Much of a Good Thing? Researcher Says Electric Utilities Companies Overinvest in Unreliable Renewable Energy

Too Much of a Good Thing? Researcher Says Electric Utilities Companies Overinvest in Unreliable Renewable Energy

By Ed Moorhouse When it comes to weighing the positives of renewable energy, there is little debate: it helps improve the environment while reducing electricity usage and cost. But can there be too much of a good thing? According to a Rutgers University–Camden utilities expert, the answer is yes. “I’ve been promoting and writing articles […]

McCormick Recognized as One of Region’s Top Nurses for 2015

McCormick Recognized as One of Region’s Top Nurses for 2015

By Ed Moorhouse Barbara McCormick, an adjunct professor at the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden, has been recognized by Nurse.com as one of the top nurses in the region in 2015. McCormick, a Turnersville resident, is one of six Philadelphia-area recipients of the distinguished Giving Excellence Meaning (GEM) Award, which honors outstanding nurses throughout the country […]

How Do We Remember Colors? Categories Influence Color Memory, Says New Research

How Do We Remember Colors? Categories Influence Color Memory, Says New Research

Sarah Allred, an assistant professor of psychology at Rutgers University–Camden, teams with cognitive scientists to study the phenomenon of working color memory in an illuminating new study.

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Prejudice Goes Unnoticed in Organizations, says New Research by Management Scholar

Prejudice Goes Unnoticed in Organizations, says New Research by Management Scholar

By Ed Moorhouse While the emotionally charged conversation surrounding race continues across the country, an assistant professor of management at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden says many people fail to identify acts of prejudice when they are not overt, and he’s hoping a research chapter he co-authored brings those issues to light. Oscar Holmes IV […]

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Thriving Ecosystem Rising on Vacant Camden Lot Could Represent New Model for Environmental Sustainability

Thriving Ecosystem Rising on Vacant Camden Lot Could Represent New Model for Environmental Sustainability

By Ed Moorhouse An old sneaker lies on the ground on a fenced-in vacant lot between two buildings on Market Street in Camden. Not far from the sneaker, a plastic bag tries to break free from the metal fence, and empty plastic drink bottles hide among the weeds. In the middle of the lot is […]

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