Everyone should dare to dream. John C. Kendall, Rutgers-Camden class of 1980, lives his life by this adage.
RU-Camden gave Kristin Lammers an unprecedented research experience as well as lifelong memories she will always cherish.
Lara Saguisag’s many achievements have been possible because of the support she received from Rutgers-Camden as well as the guidance from her professors.
For the past seven years, Dr. Coe’s research has been exploring why Ghanaian immigrant parents and their children live apart, and how parents, children, and caregivers feel about these arrangements.
Dr. Dighton is Director of the Rutgers Pinelands Field Station and also teaches a number of soil and mycology related courses at Rutgers-Camden.
A battle with cancer couldn’t keep Jean Madden from pursuing her degree at Rutgers-Camden while working here at the Paul Robeson Library.
“I consider myself unbelievably fortunate to have a respected university such as Rutgers-Camden, which attracts students from all over the world, within commuting distance of my parents’ home.”
“I attended two Ivy League institutions before deciding to make Rutgers-Camden my new home.”
With a strong interest in research, Anthony Rossi chose the correct place to continue his education: Rutgers-Camden.
Richard Aregood, a member of the Camden College of Arts and Sciences Class of 1965, winner of the 1985 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing, Public Editor for the Philadelphia Daily News, and Professor of Communications at the University of North Dakota talks about the value of Rutgers-Camden: Click here to view the video on Youtube.