Graduate Students Contribute to Cooper Street History Archives

Even for those who may have never considered the history of a building where they have lived or worked, the installation that’s on display at the Rutgers University–Camden Alumni House may make them think otherwise. What started as a Department of History graduate class assignment last spring semester has now become part of an ongoing … Continue reading Graduate Students Contribute to Cooper Street History Archives

Public Affairs Alumni and Current Students Publish a Book on Community Development

In April 2018, two graduates of the Department of Public Policy and Administration’s public affairs doctoral program, Ashley E. Nickels, GSC ’16, and Jason D. Rivera, GSC ’16, published an edited volume titled Community Development and Public Administration Theory: Promoting Democratic Principles to Improve Communities.  Nickels and Rivera not only edited the volume, but also … Continue reading Public Affairs Alumni and Current Students Publish a Book on Community Development

History Graduate Student Sharece Blakney Finds Her Passion through Research

Sharece Blakney is a first-generation college student, and grew up expecting to simply enter the workforce upon completing high school. Yet, she took to the academic life instantly. She is on her way to completing her third degree, with plans for a fourth. College first began to factor in her thoughts when her third-grade teacher, … Continue reading History Graduate Student Sharece Blakney Finds Her Passion through Research

MPA Student and EPA Employee Amanda Miles Deployed Three Times to Puerto Rico

Amanda Miles graduated from St. Norbert College in DePere Wisconsin, in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and Communications. During her time at Norbert, she worked in various roles, tutoring her fellow students in Spanish, and acting as office assistant to multiple departments. She also put in time with Literacy Green Bay, teaching English … Continue reading MPA Student and EPA Employee Amanda Miles Deployed Three Times to Puerto Rico

We R Arts and Sciences: Catherine Rosenberg

Rutgers University is a proud research institution, with our faculty and students engaged in projects that run the gamut from studying healthy eating behaviors to social reform in Gothic literature to circadian rhythms in fungi.  Research can shape people’s thoughts and opinions, and ultimately change our world.  For computational and integrative biology doctoral student Catherine … Continue reading We R Arts and Sciences: Catherine Rosenberg