Kristin Lammers in a white lab coatThe name Rutgers-Camden represents a history of family traditions. My parents both attended RU-Camden for both baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate studies, and it only made sense that I would continue the tradition. This tradition started due to its reputation, resources, and of course, its viable location in South Jersey. The value that is offered to work, study, and do research independently with world-class faculty is unprecedented. Rutgers-Camden offered me so many opportunities and experiences; I would feel like I lost a part of my identity and history if this entity no longer existed. I would not be where I am today if I did not attend both undergraduate and graduate school at Rutgers-Camden. Besides gaining the lifelong memories at RU-Camden, I met my fiancé in my many classes held in Armitage Hall. It is my sincerest hope to have the ability to continue the Rutgers-Camden family tradition.

About Kristin Lammers

Hometown: Turnersville, NJ

Camden College of Arts and Sciences Major: Biology

Camden College of Arts and Sciences Minor: Psychology

Camden College of Arts and Sciences Graduation Date: 2005

Graduate Program: Chemistry

Graduate School-Camden Graduation Date: 2008

Ms. Lammers is currently earning her Ph.D. in chemistry at Temple University. While at Rutgers-Camden she served as president of the Rutgers-Camden Chemistry Club and also received the Coblentz Society in Vibration Spectroscopy Award.