Chancellor Wendell Pritchett presents the Dean’s Office with the Best Use of Rutgers Theme Award for the 2012 Holiday Wraptor Contest.
“The longer I’m here the more in love with Rutgers I fall.”
“I’m honored to work side-by-side with brilliant scientists.”
“The best part of my job is working with the students.”
“Helping students succeed is my primary mission.”
“I owe the person I am today to the education I received at Rutgers-Camden.”
NYEEMA WATSON (administrative director, CFAS-Center for Children and Childhood Studies) is an inaugural recipient of the White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellowship, supported by the C.S. Mott Foundation. She will represent Rutgers–Camden among 15 leaders from diverse national organizations in the examination of policy matters related to afterschool and expanded learning opportunities.
KIMBERLEE MORAN (grant facilitator, CFAS) ran a forensic archaeology field exercise for law enforcement professionals at the Rutgers Pinelands Field Station during April 29 to May 1. Attendees learned about the application of archaeological theory and methodology to the search for and recovery of human remains and conducted a full-scale excavation exercise.
A battle with cancer couldn’t keep Jean Madden from pursuing her degree at Rutgers-Camden while working here at the Paul Robeson Library.