Lynne Vallone

Dr. Lynne Vallone Publishes Book Examining Size in Literature and Life

Categories of difference, such as race and gender, among human beings form the basis of many aspects of our world. They have the potential to influence something as minor as music choice, or as important as life experience. Therefore, it is important to be aware of these categories since they inform our thinking, whether we … Read more of Dr. Lynne Vallone Publishes Book Examining Size in Literature and Life
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Zach Wood

Zach Wood Delivers Keynote Address at Summit in D.C.

On January 17, 2018, Zachary Wood acted as keynote speaker at the 2nd annual Advocacy Summit of the DC Alliance of Youth Advocates (DCAYA). During this summit, a variety of different youth organizations came together with one goal in mind: to further the welfare of the youth in DC. Break-out sessions saw people setting goals, … Read more of Zach Wood Delivers Keynote Address at Summit in D.C.
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Dr. Hao Zhu and Wenyi Wang

Ph.D. candidate Wenyi Wang and Dr. Hao Zhu

“I knew I wanted to come to Rutgers–Camden. There were so many… professors with so much passion to do really great and cool research,” Wenyi Wang, doctoral student in the computational and integrative biology program.
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We R Arts and Sciences: Chelsea Coccia

“I choose Rutgers–Camden over other schools I was accepted to because…Rutgers had such a good name and reputation,” says Chelsea Coccia, Class of 2017.
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We R Arts and Sciences: Michelle Wong

“[Undergraduate] research allowed me to get hands-on lab work experience for the first time, and it showed me that humans are just a minor organism in a great world.”
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We R Arts and Sciences: Michael Bamimore

“My professors…gave me the resources I needed to be successful in my academic career,” says Michael Bamimore.
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We R Arts and Sciences: Mary Pollard

“I have learned to take advantage of opportunities as they come because you never know where they may lead,” Mary Pollard says.
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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 … Read more of We R Arts and Sciences: Catherine Rosenberg
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We R Arts and Sciences: Millicent Kipp

At Rutgers–Camden, undergraduates can truly have the best of everything, including small classes, taught by world-class faculty, and the opportunity to engage in high-level research.  Millicent Kipp, a mathematics major and computer science minor, is a perfect example of a student who has taken advantage of what Rutgers–Camden has to offer, and thrived. During the past … Read more of We R Arts and Sciences: Millicent Kipp
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We R Arts and Sciences: Tim Ripley

For many future doctors, the dream of wearing a white lab coat with a stethoscope hanging around their neck begins when they are young children.  For Rutgers–Camden alumnus Timothy Ripley, Jr., who will begin at Rowan University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine in the fall, the path to this dream started because of Dr. Martin Marino, … Read more of We R Arts and Sciences: Tim Ripley
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