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Strong Campus Support for Annual Charitable Campaign (April 11, 2012)
To the Campus Community:
I am pleased to report that Rutgers–Camden has generated positive results through its participation in the New Jersey State Employees Charitable Campaign. During the recently concluded 2012 campaign, 54 members of our community contributed $14,663 to charitable organizations that serve our state and our region.
Thanks to your support, many organizations are able to continue or extend their service to our neighbors and our communities. We’ve always known that Rutgers–Camden is committed to helping others; your participation in the 2012 New Jersey State Employees Charitable Campaign is just another public indicator of that civic spirit, and another reason to be proud of our campus. I thank you for your support of this worthy endeavor.
During the campaign, I offered to invite five randomly selected participants to join me as my personal guests at an off-campus lunch. Those individuals are Jim Marino (assistant dean, Career Center); Scott Owens (assistant director, admissions); Dr. Julie Ruth (associate professor, SBC-marketing); Dr. Kim Shienbaum (associate professor, CFAS-political science); and Robert Young (systems programmer, OIT).
My thanks to all who participated in this campaign, and to every member of our campus for your ongoing commitment to Rutgers–Camden.
Wendell E. Pritchett, J.D., Ph.D