A Rutgers University–Camden professor has been awarded a grant that will fund the development of an algorithm that could better identify large-scale genomic changes, such as those related to evolution or disease-causing mutations.
The nation’s top authors, poets, editors, and publishers will once again visit the Rutgers University–Camden campus this fall to lead a series of inspiring and engaging readings and workshops for aspiring authors in the Delaware Valley.
The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) at Rutgers University–Camden will offer a free lecture detailing how mobilization for World War II transformed the Delaware Valley into a giant housing laboratory from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m.
Brandi Blessett, an assistant professor of public policy and administration at Rutgers–Camden, serves as a program valuator for Renew Camden, a program that helps former incarcerated persons reintegrate back into society.
Rutgers University–Camden will bolster its mission of providing exceptional educational opportunities for the poorest, most underserved students, thanks to a new $220,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
This year, incoming Rutgers University–Camden students enrolled in any of the writing program’s gateway and developmental English composition courses will read David Quammen’s timely text Ebola: The Natural and Human History of a Deadly Virus
Próspero Garcia, an assistant professor of Spanish at Rutgers–Camden, is leading the design and implementation of a successful pilot program at Absegami High School featuring “concept-based instruction,” a revolutionary pedagogical approach that h
Dana Pilla, a part-time lecturer of Spanish at Rutgers University–Camden and a Spanish teacher at Haddonfield Middle School, has been named 2015 Teacher of the Year by the Foreign Language Educators of New Jersey (FLENJ).