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Black Strategic Mothering and the School “Choice” Marketplace 03/15/2024

Join us on Monday, March 18 as Dr. Riché Barnes discusses Black Strategic Mothering and the School “Choice” Marketplace.

Black Strategic Mothering and the School “Choice” Marketplace Speaker: Dr. Riché BarnesMonday, March 18, 11:20 a.m.–12:20 p.m. Campus Center South ABC Meeting Room Sponsor: Blackademics Faculty Group and Gender StudiesLunch Provided

03/13/2024

Rutgers is more than just a place—it’s a place where people and ideas flourish. Give during on March 20-21, and support our shared values: access to academic excellence, building community, and a commitment to the common good.

Doctoral Student’s Grant Will Support Wellness on Campus | Rutgers University-Camden 03/12/2024

Joseph Abbas, a Ph.D. student in the Prevention Science Program, has been awarded an $8,000 research grant from Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis. The funds will go toward developing a preventative health care app for students and young adults.

Doctoral Student’s Grant Will Support Wellness on Campus | Rutgers University-Camden There is a level of prestige that comes with being awarded a grant from the chancellor of Rutgers–Camden. Yet, graduate student Joseph Abbas said the $8,000 award from Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis is not about Abbas's personal success; the recognition is more about his lifelong commitment to helpi...

Photos from Rutgers University—Camden's post 03/12/2024

On February 24, Rutgers Police Officers–Camden Division participated in the NJ Special Olympics Polar Bear Plunge in Seaside Heights for the seventh-year. The team collectively raised over $4500 to support the NJ Special Olympics program. Participants include A/Captain Todd Giese, Lt. Kevin Connolly, Sgt. Jason Ronca, Sgt. Mark Slifko, Sgt. Yasmin Rodriguez, PO Frank Mancuso, PO Leeza Gonzalez, PO Vidal Rivera, PO Dalvyn Rosado, and PO Michael Watley.

RUPD would like to thank all members of the Rutgers community for their generous donations and support to community policing programs.

Alumna’s Caring Commitment Empowers Camden Teens and Families | Rutgers University-Camden 03/11/2024

For nearly 16 years, Camden’s young women have found mentoring and empowerment through the I Dare to Care Association, founded by Rutgers University–Camden alumna Pamela Grayson-Baltimore. Learn more about the work she’s doing in Camden.

Alumna’s Caring Commitment Empowers Camden Teens and Families | Rutgers University-Camden For nearly 16 years, Camden’s young women have found mentoring and empowerment through the I Dare to Care Association, founded by Rutgers University–Camden alumna Pamela Grayson-Baltimore GSC '92. The social work graduate, who has cultivated a career in service to youth and families, channeled h...

New Jersey History Day Brings Nearly 500 Young History Enthusiasts to Campus 03/08/2024

Rutgers–Camden was proud to host New Jersey History Day. Nearly 500 young history enthusiasts joined together on our campus to celebrate "Turning Points in History". Read more about these amazing students.

New Jersey History Day Brings Nearly 500 Young History Enthusiasts to Campus “Turning Points in History” on display as Rutgers University–Camden hosts annual pre-college competition.

Microplastics: Small Particles, Big Problem? 03/08/2024

A study recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine found those with nanoplastics in their arteries face an elevated risk of early death. Rutgers–Camden chemist Georgia Arbuckle-Keil's research focuses on this emerging threat: https://bit.ly/3Tt7yxm

Microplastics: Small Particles, Big Problem? A chemistry professor is answering crucial questions about microplastics’ environmental impact.

03/08/2024

Happy International Women’s Day! Use the comments to tell us about a woman from history or your life who inspires you.

03/07/2024

Assemblyman and Rutgers–Camden alumnus Cody Miller provided students with a tour of the New Jersey Assembly chamber today. Thank you, Assemblyman Miller!

03/07/2024

New Jersey State Senator Troy Singleton met with Rutgers–Camden students in the urban studies class “Making Social Change” during their visit to Trenton. Thank you, Senator Troy Singleton.

Rutgers Engages in Ghana and Nigeria | Rutgers 03/07/2024

Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis traveled to Ghana and Nigeria in January to explore ways for the university to engage more deeply in the region through student and faculty exchanges and collaborative partnerships.

Rutgers Engages in Ghana and Nigeria | Rutgers Rutgers University–Camden Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis traveled to Ghana and Nigeria in January to explore ways for the university to engage more deeply in the region through student and faculty exchanges and collaborative partnerships. He was accompanied by Senior Vice Chancellor Jimmy Jung on th...

03/07/2024

⚠️ Today's event with Susan Benesch has been postponed. We apologize for the inconvenience. We will be rescheduling the event, so stay tuned for updates.

Photos from Rutgers University—Camden's post 03/05/2024

Today Rutgers–Camden welcomed the Honorable Jeannine LaRue who offered a keynote presentation in honor of Women’s History Month: “Navigating Power and Influence: From the Margin to the State.” The conversation explored the successful navigation of the barriers that exist at the intersections of identity, authenticity, and politics. LaRue is senior vice president of The Zita Group, a leading women-owned lobbying firm.

For Rutgers–Camden, a Black History Month to Remember 03/04/2024

Take a look back at the highlights of our Black History Month celebration with Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis and other honored guests. It was great to see such enthusiastic participation throughout our community!

For Rutgers–Camden, a Black History Month to Remember 2024’s theme of “African Americans and the Arts” helped showcase the creativity of students and faculty.

03/04/2024

There’s still time to register for our event with Jeannie LaRue on Tuesday, March 5, from 12:45–1:45 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Campus Center. She will discuss “Navigating Power and Influence: From the Margin to the State.” Register Now: https://bit.ly/3P2phce

03/02/2024

During a recent game, the Rutgers men’s basketball team held a moment of silence in memory of Rutgers–Camden athletic director Jeffrey Dean. Dean’s impact on our students and athletic programs has created a lasting legacy.

Photos from Rutgers University—Camden's post 03/01/2024

Congratulations to Rutgers School of Business—Camden alumni, Major General Lisa J. Hou, D.O., who was honored for exemplary service and promoted to major general in a recent ceremony at the Lawrenceville Armory. She also serves as Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs. Among her many career achievements, she made history in 2020 by becoming the first woman to command the New Jersey National Guard. https://bit.ly/3UJM5kH

Photos from Rutgers University—Camden's post 03/01/2024

In honor of Employee Appreciation Day, we spent the week celebrating employees at Rutgers University–Camden. Highlights included chair massages, professional headshots, an employee appreciation breakfast, and enriching professional development. It has been a week filled with recognition of dedication and hard work! We want to give a special thank you to our HR team for organizing the week’s events.

Celebrating Women's History Month | Rutgers University-Camden 03/01/2024

Happy Women’s History Month! We invite you to join us throughout March for a campus-wide celebration. This is a time to honor the women of Rutgers–Camden, and we will also salute historical women from around the world, whose innovation and bravery in the face of discrimination have shaped our pursuit of academic excellence.

The National Women’s History Alliance has chosen the theme of “Women Who Advocate for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” for 2024’s observances. It is only fitting, then, that our own Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Civic Engagement will host a series of Women’s History Month events to educate and inspire our community. These events will highlight the systemic bias against women while offering a constructive forum for progress.

Celebrating Women's History Month | Rutgers University-Camden Happy Women’s History Month! Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis invites you to join us throughout March for a campus-wide celebration. This is a time to honor the women of Rutgers–Camden, and we will also salute historical women from around the world, whose innovation and bravery in the face of discri...

03/01/2024

Rutgers School of Nursing—Camden Dean Donna Nickitas is one of the speakers for this upcoming event!

📣 Diverse Women Leading with Purpose, Passion, and Power

📆 Wednesday, March 27, 2024

⏰ 9am - 12pm

📍 Rutgers School of Nursing, Room 201
530 Federal Street, Camden, NJ

RSVP: [email protected]

03/01/2024

Attention students, alumni, and friends! Join us for the RSBC Eminent Business Leader Series featuring Mr. Kris Kolluri, CEO of the Gateway Development Commission! 📆 Save the date: Tuesday, March 26, 2024, from 4:00 PM – 5:45 PM. 🎙️ Explore topics like leadership, social impact, and transformation with a true industry powerhouse. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity for insight and inspiration! https://go.rutgers.edu/ywsmb87i

The future is now: 16- and 17-year-olds win the right to vote in local elections in a Vermont town 02/29/2024

As Vermont extended voting rights to 16- and 17-year-olds for local elections, it raised the question of voting age limits. John Wall, professor of childhood studies with Rutgers—Camden Arts and Sciences, weighed in: "16-year-olds gaining voting rights in local elections is one very small step toward genuinely universal suffrage. Starting in the 1980s, the voting age has already been lowered to 16 in at least 20 entire countries.” Wall is an expert in children's suffrage and was recently published on the topic in The Lancet.

The future is now: 16- and 17-year-olds win the right to vote in local elections in a Vermont town Sixteen and 17-year-olds in one Vermont town will get to vote in the local elections next week

Leaping From Tradition to Today 02/29/2024

Happy Leap Day! An ancient Irish tradition has made February 29 a day for women to leap forward. Learn how St. Brigid of Kildare used this extra calendar day to create a bit more marital happiness.

Leaping From Tradition to Today The leap day tradition of women proposing marriage to men has its roots in women’s survival.

02/29/2024

We are proud to see the Rutgers–Camden community included in Front Runner New Jersey’s “Class of 2024: 30 Under 40 Top Young African American Leaders of SJ.” Congratulations to Ayinde Merrill, Jasmyn Montgomery, Lelah Tekhna, and Keyann’a Watkins.

Saved But Enslaved: Exploring Black and Indigenous Roots in Plymouth’s First Church | Rutgers University-Camden 02/28/2024

A two-year grant will help professor Keith Green with Rutgers—Camden Arts and Sciences trace the spiritual lives of enslaved church congregants.

Saved But Enslaved: Exploring Black and Indigenous Roots in Plymouth’s First Church | Rutgers University-Camden In 1620, in the seaside town of Plymouth, Massachusetts, the Pilgrims founded what is today known as the First Parish Church of Plymouth. A grant-funded Rutgers University–Camden study is unveiling the untold history of Black and Indigenous membership in Plymouth’s first church through the accou...

Navigating Power and Influence: From the Margin to the State 02/28/2024

You’re invited to a discussion with Jeannine LaRue, one of the most influential Black and LGBT leaders in New Jersey. “Navigating Power and Influence: From the Margin to the State” will explore lived experiences, triumphs, and the successful navigation of the barriers that exist at the intersections of identity, authenticity, and politics. The event will take place on Tuesday, March 5 from 12:45 to 1:45 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Campus Center. Register now:

Navigating Power and Influence: From the Margin to the State We invite you to a discussion with Jeannine LaRue titled “Navigating Power and Influence: From the Margin to the State.” This conversation will explore lived experiences, triumphs, and the successful navigation of the barriers that exist at the intersections of identity, authenticity, and politi...

The Evolution and Impact of Jazz | Rutgers University-Camden 02/27/2024

Rutgers–Camden professor Katrina Hazzard-Donald captivates and inspires students through the language and traditions of jazz.

The Evolution and Impact of Jazz | Rutgers University-Camden Students enrolled in "The Sociology of Jazz" at Rutgers University–Camden are being treated to a deep exploration of the lives and times of the genre's most influential artists through music, film, live performances, and more.

Dangerous Speech and What We Can Do About It 02/27/2024

Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis invites you to the 2024 Chancellor’s Lecture Series on Global Racial Reckoning and Civility featuring Susan Benesch. Join us on Thursday, March 7, at 3 p.m. in the Campus Center as she discusses “Dangerous Speech and What We Can Do About It.” Register now:

Dangerous Speech and What We Can Do About It Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis invites you to the 2024 Chancellor’s Lecture Series on Global Racial Reckoning and Civility featuring Susan Benesch. Join us on Thursday, March 7, at 3 p.m. in the Campus Center as she discusses “Dangerous Speech and What We Can Do About It.”

02/26/2024

We are collecting new and secondhand purses now through Monday, March 4! All items will go to Women of Vision in Johannesburg, South Africa, an organization that provides interventions for the high levels of poverty, abuse, and lack of recourse for vulnerable individuals—namely children, women, and the elderly. Drop off all items at the Alumni House or Nuanced Café.

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Welcome to Rutgers–Camden

A regional focus and a global outlook. All the prestige and resources of Rutgers, all the vitality and opportunity of the metro Philadelphia region, all at Rutgers–Camden. As the Rutgers of South Jersey, we deliver the academic heft you’d expect from a powerhouse public research university. And we focus that energy—in teaching, research, and civic engagement—within the greater Delaware Valley.

The work we do on our 40-acre campus along the bustling Camden Waterfront is felt far beyond. We educate students for successful careers and productive citizenship. We support a faculty of sharp thinkers who turn new knowledge into creative solutions. And we share our expertise with partners—local and global—to improve individual lives and build stronger communities.

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