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Jul 30 2013

Thanks to two grants from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts (NJSCA), totaling more than $176,000, the Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts will continue to serve as a hub of award-winning performances, exhibitions, education programs, and com

Jul 3 2013

Two Rutgers–Camden students, Claudia Black and You You Jiang, have been awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

Jul 2 2013

As Brian Albright explains it, performing an excavation is more than just finding artifacts; it’s learning to put these pieces together in order to form a coherent narrative about the past.

Jul 2 2013

A group of 30 business-minded high school seniors are learning what it takes to become innovative entrepreneurs during the annual summer BizEd program at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden.

The Rutgers University–Camden Department of Fine Arts will present its annual collaborative holiday concert, “Sounds of the Season,” featuring three of the music program’s prominent ensembles, as well as soloists and several Rutgers–Camden faculty

A Typomatic, an innovative literary installation will soon be up and running to the delight of participants in the Digital Studies Center at Rutgers University–Camden.

Farhana Haque, a first-year biology student at Rutgers–Camden and the daughter of Bangladeshi immigrants, dreams of being a pediatrician.

Rutgers University–Camden will host a film screening and talk with Academy Award-nominated documentarian and feature filmmaker Robert Pulcini, a 1989 graduate of Rutgers–Camden, from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 14.

Michael Hayes, an assistant professor of public policy and administration at Rutgers University–Camden, Hayes examines this differential effect of NCLB on states’ contributions to education funding in states with binding school district tax and ex

Award-winning cartoonist, author, and comics theorist Scott McCloud will present a free public lecture on visual communication on the Rutgers University–Camden campus at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 7.

Rutgers University–Camden will host its inaugural global public health lecture, focusing on equal opportunities for children around the world, from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 7.

Elisa Miyake, a 2012 graduate of Rutgers–Camden with a master’s degree in psychology, explores the possible negative outcomes of energy-drink consumption among adolescents in a groundbreaking study.

A Q & A with Jen Lee, a graduate student in the master of science in teaching program and a member of the first cohort of Woodrow Wilson New Jersey Teaching Fellows at Rutgers University–Camden.

The annual Mallery Concert Series at Rutgers–Camden will offer a wide range of free lunchtime performances throughout the fall. All performances will be held on Wednesdays at 12:15 p.m. in the Mallery Room on the Rutgers–Camden campus.

Rutgers University–Camden will set the stage for a playoff-type atmosphere as more than 80 Camden County students square off in the Louder Than a Bomb–Camden poetry slam from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, March 22.

I am pleased to announce the appointment of Drew Kaiden to the position of assistant chancellor for development.

The following is a list of campus activities and photo opportunities at Rutgers–Camden for the upcoming week.

I am pleased to invite you to attend the annual Chancellor’s Faculty Research Day, which will showcase the work of several faculty who will present their scholarship in short, easy-to-understand presentations. 

While many of you are enjoying some well-earned relaxation during the break between the traditional semesters, Rutgers–Camden remains a hub of activity.  Our winter session is in full swing and we welcome our law students back to campus as their s

The following experts from Rutgers–Camden are available to discuss the impact the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had on a variety of social justice topics.  Dr. King’s birthday is observed nationwide this year on Monday, Jan. 20.