Alumnus Brahmaji Mutthoju calls his time at Rutgers-Camden “the opportunity of a lifetime.”
“Rutgers-Camden is best described as ‘small but mighty’.”
“[Harish] immediately found the campus’ atmosphere very welcoming and felt at ease, knowing he made the right choice.”
“[Public policy and administration] is the best program, and it really inspires me to work hard.”
Graduate School-Camden students are welcomed to take a break from studying and writing papers to take part in a Coffee Break Social on Thursday, December 12th, from 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. The event will be held in the Campus Center’s Raptor Roost. Top Hat Espresso Caterers will provide specialty coffee, tea, and hot chocolate.
Dr. Desmond Lun, Associate Professor of Computer Science and chair of the Department of Computer Science, and Min Kyung Kim, a doctoral student in computational and integrative biology, are using a cell’s genes to research the way cells react with chemicals. Read the full article at NewsNow.
“I’m rooted in South Jersey,” he says. “Camden is the city I’m interested in, and I would like to stay involved here.”
Rutgers-Camden can claim many accomplished graduates. Our students go on to pursue successful careers in all fields. Kelvin Jeremiah, who earned his master’s degree in history from the Graduate School-Camden in 1997, has continued Rutgers-Camden’s tradition of accomplishment. In March 2013, Kelvin was named President and Chief Executive Officer of the Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA) … Continue reading We R Rutgers-Camden: Kelvin Jeremiah…
“The level of connectedness we have with our faculty is invaluable.”
“The longer I’m here the more in love with Rutgers I fall.”