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Nov 5 2013

The appointments of two legal scholars to leadership positions at Rutgers University-Camden are announced by Rutgers-Camden Chancellor Wendell E. Pritchett.

Nov 5 2013

Tina Mikes works with nonprofit organization to help prevent veterans from becoming homeless.

Oct 28 2013

Led by the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts, the 90-minute Museum Education Program provides children with lively, interactive tours of Stedman Gallery exhibitions, followed by art activities designed to reinforce concepts covered in the gallery

Oct 25 2013

While Greg Archetto might not be familiar to the uninitiated, the 2005 Rutgers–Camden MPA graduate is quickly becoming a fixture on the Hill.

Oct 25 2013

The work is a step toward helping scientists gain insights into genetic diseases like cancer.

Oct 23 2013

Rutgers–Camden will host a free forum on the future of public history in U.S. National Parks from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6.

Daniel J. Ragone Center for Excellence in Accounting
Oct 22 2013

The funds will go toward a new center that will advance innovations in accounting practice and education.

Angela McBride
Oct 22 2013

Angela McBride, an internationally renowned nursing scholar known for her contributions to women’s health, the psychology of parenthood, and psychiatric nursing, is coming to Rutgers–Camden to deliver the second annual Distinguished Nursing Lectur

Oct 16 2013

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie joined Rutgers President Robert Barchi, Rutgers–Camden Chancellor Wendell Pritchett, New Jersey State Sen.

Oct 15 2013

The Community Leadership Center at Rutgers–Camden will celebrate its inaugural Hispanic Heritage Day with a panel discussion honoring the scholarly contributions and legacy of Latinos in the United States, and highlighting Latino scholarship at Ru

Zombie
Oct 14 2013

Just in time for Halloween, Kimberlee Sue Moran peels back the skin on the science of dying.

Oct 8 2013

Spencer Clayton, a Rutgers Ph.D. student in public affairs, has earned an Eagleton Governor’s Executive Fellowship for the 2013-2014 academic year.

Sep 26 2013

Research being done at Rutgers–Camden suggests movie stars, musical performers, and other celebrities who are associated with philanthropic causes help increase financial support from the public.

Sep 19 2013

An innovative research project at Rutgers–Camden that combines computational and experimental science is uncovering information that could lead to advances in treatments for neurological disorders and thyroid diseases.

Sep 18 2013

Employees who would rather turn the other cheek than confront an abusive supervisor might be doing harm to their own work productivity, according to research by a Rutgers–Camden organizational behavior expert.

Sep 11 2013

Blood sugar control, exercise, and taking medication as directed are among the most important steps to managing diabetes every day, but patients aren’t alone in trying to adhere to healthy behaviors.

Sep 10 2013

Wayne Glasker, an associate professor of history at Rutgers–Camden, will lead a free documentary film series titled “Freedom, Equality, Democracy: Looking Back, Moving Forward.” The first film, titled “The Abolitionists,” will be shown on Wednesda

Sep 10 2013

To the Campus Community: I am writing to tell you that this morning, at a breakfast meeting with campus leadership, I announced that the 2013-2014 academic year will be my last as chancellor of this great institution.

Sep 9 2013

Although medicine and religion often intersect when people cope with illness or death, religious faith receives little attention from medical historians. A Rutgers–Camden scholar says that’s a mistake.

Jul 30 2013

The associate professor of theater and chair of the Department of Fine Arts at Rutgers–Camden has received critical acclaim for his direction of the play, which recently completed a run at The Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, Long Island.

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