Walt MacDonald, who graduated from the Camden College of Arts and Sciences in 1974, has recently been named president and CEO of Educational Testing Service (ETS). He will take over his new post on January 1, 2014. Read the full article at NewsNow.
Wouldn’t you love to curl up with a good book? In honor of next week’s reading, which will feature Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing Lauren Grodstein and Graduate School-Camden alumna Chinelo Okparanta, we are giving away a copy of Ms. Grodstein’s new novel, The Explanation for Everything, and Ms. Okparanta’s new short story … Continue reading Win a copy of Lauren Grodstein’s new novel or Chinelo Okparanta’s new collection of short stories!…
Rutgers-Camden can claim many accomplished graduates. Our students go on to pursue successful careers in all fields. Kelvin Jeremiah, who earned his master’s degree in history from the Graduate School-Camden in 1997, has continued Rutgers-Camden’s tradition of accomplishment. In March 2013, Kelvin was named President and Chief Executive Officer of the Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA) … Continue reading We R Rutgers-Camden: Kelvin Jeremiah…
The professors at Rutgers-Camden “were interested in the development of their students’ skills, and were never too busy to offer advice and encouragement.”
Attending Rutgers-Camden, and then becoming proud alumnae, is a family affair for the Sampson sisters.
We welcome Ms. Joanna Cohen Kallan, Instructor of Sociology, to the Rutgers-Camden Arts and Sciences community!
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