“I have learned to take advantage of opportunities as they come because you never know where they may lead,” Mary Pollard says.
Rutgers University is a proud research institution, with our faculty and students engaged in projects that run the gamut from studying healthy eating behaviors to social reform in Gothic literature to circadian rhythms in fungi. Research can shape people’s thoughts and opinions, and ultimately change our world. For computational and integrative biology doctoral student Catherine … Read more We R Arts and Sciences: Catherine Rosenberg…
At Rutgers–Camden, undergraduates can truly have the best of everything, including small classes, taught by world-class faculty, and the opportunity to engage in high-level research. Millicent Kipp, a mathematics major and computer science minor, is a perfect example of a student who has taken advantage of what Rutgers–Camden has to offer, and thrived. During the past … Read more We R Arts and Sciences: Millicent Kipp…
As the story goes, all over the world, Santa Claus goes down chimneys to deliver toys to good little girls and boys. Which, of course, begs the question – what happens if you don’t have a chimney? Camden College of Arts and Sciences art major Breanna Sipple helps answer that question with the new children’s … Read more We R Arts and Sciences: Breanna Sipple…
“My experience as a student and a Teaching Assistant [at Rutgers-Camden] was really awesome, and one of the best times of my life,” says scientific computing graduate student Abhishek Garg.
“Rutgers–Camden has a very special place in my heart,” says Honors College student Azka Ahmed.
“I felt so excited that my passion for science, my curiosity for the unknown, was supported by a real scientist,” says Junhao Dong.
“I love Rutgers–Camden. I love every minute of it,” says Howard Robertson IV.
“I was initially drawn to the prestigious name of Rutgers, and ended up falling in love with the small, intimate Camden campus and the collaborative style of the international public service and development program,” Says Asiha Grigsby, a recent graduate of the MPA program.
“I love school, especially when I can study something I’m interested in,” senior art history and history major Diana Maddison says.