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…
Rutgers-Camden’s location allows it to “create opportunity for meaningful public service by students, faculty, and staff.”
“It was – and is – a real privilege to live in South Jersey and get a Rutgers education.”
We welcome Dr. Wai Kit Wicky Tse, Visiting Assistant Instructor of History, to the Rutgers-Camden Arts and Sciences community!
“In my twenty years as a member of the faculty, I’ve benefitted enormously from having intellectually engaged colleagues with whom I share my work, an outstanding library system and campus librarians, and students who have challenged me and enriched my sense of intellectual curiosity.”
The History Department welcomed Brian Haughwout in to Rutgers-Camden and helped him succeed when he thought it wasn’t possible.
Coming to Rutgers-Camden brought the world a whole lot closer to Melissa McHugh.