In response to environmental degradation, Elizabeth Demaray has created a series of site-specific audio installations that feature human voices making birdcalls, pondering what life would be like for humans without a companion species.
The Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs at Rutgers University–Camden is assisting the Cumberland County Positive Youth Development Coalition in its focus on schools for reducing juvenile delinquency in the county.
Since its inception in fall 2011, the Rutgers–Camden Civic Scholars program has partnered with more than forty organizations in the university’s host city, with civic scholars contributing to projects and initiatives ranging from community buildin
Gloucester County College and Rutgers University–Camden penned a dual enrollment agreement Monday, Oct. 7, giving local high school students one more attractive option to consider in their pursuit of an advanced degree.
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.
The Paul Robeson Library at Rutgers University–Camden and the Nilsa Cruz-Perez Downtown Branch of the Camden County Library will present free, public screenings of an award-winning documentary chronicling the history of Latinos in the United State