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

Year-End Faculty Awards

The following members of the Rutgers–Camden faculty have received honors for demonstrated excellence in teaching, service, and research: Dr. Timothy Martin, Associate Professor of English and the Director of the Honors College, has been selected to receive the JoAnn Mower Endowed Prize in Teaching Excellence, in honor of Marie Cornelia, Christine Dougherty, and Robert Ryan.  … Continue reading Year-End Faculty Awards

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.

Dr. Richard Epstein Explores Origin of “The”

Dr. Richard Epstein, a linguistics professor and Director of the Undergraduate Liberal Studies program, studies the origin of the word “the,” as explained in this news article: https://news.rutgers.edu/medrel/camden/rutgers2013camden-pr-20130418

Chancellor’s Awards for Civic Engagement

The Chancellor’s Awards for Civic Engagement honor those who have achieved special distinction in this area.  The awards also serve to call attention to the very good work being done by thousands of members of the Rutgers–Camden community, in our host city and throughout our region and nation. The 2013 recipients are: Academic Civic Engagement … Continue reading Chancellor’s Awards for Civic Engagement

Rutgers–Camden Receives $10,000 NEA Art Works Grant for Writers in Camden Series

RUTGERS NEWS SERVICECamden Campus, Rutgers — The State University of New JerseyContact: Tom McLaughlin(856) 225-6545thomas.mclaughlin@camden.rutgers.edu Rutgers–Camden Receives $10,000 NEA Art Works Grant for Writers in Camden Series CAMDEN — Thanks to a $10,000 National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Art Works grant, Rutgers–Camden is poised to become a literary hub in South Jersey. The NEA … Continue reading Rutgers–Camden Receives $10,000 NEA Art Works Grant for Writers in Camden Series