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…
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We R Rutgers-Camden: Linda Ramsay
The professors at Rutgers-Camden “were interested in the development of their students’ skills, and were never too busy to offer advice and encouragement.”
We R Rutgers-Camden: Dr. Sara Becker
“I really like the range of students we have at Rutgers-Camden – there are recent high school graduates alongside grandmothers. It adds a great perspective.”
We R Rutgers-Camden: Dr. Kwangwon Lee
In Dr. Lee’s classes, “undergraduate students learn how real research is designed and executed. By the time they leave the lab, they become fellow researchers.”
We R Rutgers-Camden: Sampson Sisters
Attending Rutgers-Camden, and then becoming proud alumnae, is a family affair for the Sampson sisters.
We R Rutgers-Camden: Jennifer Pope
“Everyone at Rutgers-Camden is so welcoming, warm, and inviting.”
We R Rutgers-Camden: Joanna Cohen Kallan
We welcome Ms. Joanna Cohen Kallan, Instructor of Sociology, to the Rutgers-Camden Arts and Sciences community!
We R Rutgers-Camden: Dr. Charlene Mires
Rutgers-Camden’s location allows it to “create opportunity for meaningful public service by students, faculty, and staff.”
We R Rutgers-Camden: Dr. Adam Okulicz-Kozaryn
We welcome Dr. Adam Okulicz-Kozaryn, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, to the Rutgers-Camden Arts and Sciences community!
We R Rutgers-Camden: Jim Rhodes
With Rutgers, “a whole new world opened up for me that would not have been there otherwise. That’s why I am so passionate about helping my university. I am grateful.”