Dr. Salas-de la Cruz Acquires NSF Grant and Supports Undergraduate Research

Dr. David Salas-de la Cruz, Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Rutgers University–Camden, has recently acquired a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to not only conduct research on what he and the NSF refer to as understanding the “Rule of Life,” but also support the studies of undergraduate students by involving them in research … Continue reading Dr. Salas-de la Cruz Acquires NSF Grant and Supports Undergraduate Research

Graduate Students Contribute to Cooper Street History Archives

Even for those who may have never considered the history of a building where they have lived or worked, the installation that’s on display at the Rutgers University–Camden Alumni House may make them think otherwise. What started as a Department of History graduate class assignment last spring semester has now become part of an ongoing … Continue reading Graduate Students Contribute to Cooper Street History Archives

Spanish for the Health Professions Collaborates with School of Nursing-Camden on Award–Winning Program

The Spanish for the Health Professions program is a perfect example of Rutgers–Camden’s commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration and dedication to serving the community.  Dr. Ana Laguna, Associate Professor of Spanish, and Ms. Dana Pilla, Assistant Teaching Professor of Spanish, both faculty members in the Department of World Languages and Cultures, work with Dr. Nancy Pontes, … Continue reading Spanish for the Health Professions Collaborates with School of Nursing-Camden on Award–Winning Program

“In the Time of the Butterflies” Book Exhibition Now Open

In celebration of the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Art‘s participation in The Big Read, which this year is focusing on Julia Alvarez‘s In the Time of the Butterflies, the Paul Robeson Library has curated a collection of books, biographies, and criticism related to the novel. This exhibit will be on display until December 9. All are … Continue reading “In the Time of the Butterflies” Book Exhibition Now Open

Dr. Salas-de la Cruz and Undergraduate Sam Paulson Produce “The Eureka Effect” Podcast

Sometimes it’s a song like DJ Khaled’s star-studded “I’m The One” that gets considered as the “song of the summer,” like it did in 2017. Or going as far back to 1873 when Jacob W. Davis and Levi Strauss designed the very first pair of jeans that are still worn by millions to this day. … Continue reading Dr. Salas-de la Cruz and Undergraduate Sam Paulson Produce “The Eureka Effect” Podcast

Arch Street Project Continues Work, Gains Collaborators

National Forensic Science week comes to a close on September 22, and the activity surrounding forensic science on the Rutgers–Camden campus has never been busier.  The Arch Street Project, the recovery and analysis of human remains uncovered during a construction project in Old City Philadelphia in 2017, has been growing in both its scope of work … Continue reading Arch Street Project Continues Work, Gains Collaborators