Alumnus Jason Nark Wins Five Awards from NJ Chapter of Society of Professional Journalists

Rutgers-Camden alumnus Jason Nark, CCAS ’00, won five awards from the New Jersey chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists! Congratulations, Jason! Jason is a reporter for the Philadelphia Daily News. He won first place in profile writing for “The Last Piney” and first in sports reporting for “The Perfect Predator.” Read about Jason’s accomplishments … Continue reading Alumnus Jason Nark Wins Five Awards from NJ Chapter of Society of Professional Journalists

Students Share Research on Microbiology Day

From influenza and antibiotics to bacteria and funguses, Rutgers–Camden students have been hard at work this semester solving the many mysteries of microbiology. Click here to read the Rutgers news article.

Ph.D. Student Presents Poster

Ashley E. Nickels, a Ph.D. student in Public Affairs, presented a poster on “Threat to Urban Democracy? Principal State Takeover and Civic Engagement” at the annual Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) 2012 Fall Research Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. Click here to view the interview with Ms. Nickels at the conference.

Political Science Major Presents Study Abroad Experience

Political science major and Baron Scholarship recipient Dan Mulligan recently gave a terrific presentation about his experiences on the recent Rutgers-Camden study abroad trip to Brazil. Donor Jeff Baron (CCAS ’69, NLAW ’73) was honored at the luncheon where Dan spoke about his travel. Dan reported that he and the other students on the trip … Continue reading Political Science Major Presents Study Abroad Experience

Undergraduates Present Research

Dr. WILLIAM SAIDEL (associate professor, CFAS-biology) and Dr. DAN SHAIN (professor, CFAS-biology) had two undergraduate students present their research at the New Jersey Academy of Sciences annual meeting on April 21:  student  Michael Garrity, presented a talk titled “Structural and Spatial Analysis of Chorionic Structures found on Eggs of the Local Killifish, Cyprinodon variegatus,” while … Continue reading Undergraduates Present Research