“Rutgers-Camden is an asset that has driven change in the surrounding community.”
As a member of the inaugural class of Rutgers-Camden Civic Scholars, Angelica Shaw’s experience here has changed her for the better.
“I am becoming someone who likewise engages meaningfully with the world. Thank you, Rutgers-Camden.”
The History Department welcomed Brian Haughwout in to Rutgers-Camden and helped him succeed when he thought it wasn’t possible.
With a family full of Rutgers-Camden alumni, Jennie Owens proudly continued the tradition and graduated with a word-class education.
Coming to Rutgers-Camden brought the world a whole lot closer to Melissa McHugh.
A wide array of Arts and Sciences courses awaits students for the spring semester. A sample of classes offered includes: Food and Culture (Anthropology); New Media Art (Fine Arts); Applied Game Theory (Economics); Philosophy of Science (Philosophy); American Presidency (Political Science); Spanish for the Health Professions (Foreign Languages); and Humor Writing (English).
Arielle L’Esperance graduated in 2011 with a major in History and minors in Spanish and European Studies. She is now enrolled in the MA program in history at the University of Delaware and serves as a teaching assistant for the introductory course in western civilization. She hopes to continue her studies to earn a Ph.D. … Continue reading Learn About this Year’s International Studies Trips…
Congratulations to the latest recipients of the Dean’s Undergraduate Research Grants: Jessica Egner (Fine Arts), Cooper Gorelick (Fine Arts), David Luor (Biology), and Monica Moran (Fine Arts). In addition, Gianna Bowler and Jennifer Kelley have received travel grants that will enable them to present their research at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology conference … Continue reading Undergraduate Research Grant Recipients…