Nursing Students Step Up to Vaccinate

Nursing Students Step Up to Vaccinate

Students from the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden answered the call to help “get shots into arms” when vaccines for COVID-19 became available.

Art for the Earth: A New View–Camden

Art for the Earth: A New View–Camden

A public art project supported by Rutgers–Camden conveys environmental and community messages.

A Gift of Gratitude

A Gift of Gratitude

A law faculty member has given a $3.5 million gift supporting academically distinguished law students with an interest in public service.

Rutgers–Camden at Forefront of Virus Research

Rutgers–Camden at Forefront of Virus Research

Two Rutgers–Camden professors are leading projects funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to combat COVID-19.

Nursing Graduate Committed to Care During Pandemic

Nursing Graduate Committed to Care During Pandemic

Eric Gonzalez SNC’16 suffered COVID-19 twice in 2020 in his work as an emergency room nurse.

From Haitian Immigrant to Federal Judgeship

From Haitian Immigrant to Federal Judgeship

A Haitian immigrant who graduated from Rutgers Law School is now a federal judge who cherishes inducting new American citizens.

A Commitment to Camden

A Commitment to Camden

Kris Kolluri SBC’91 is president and CEO of Cooper’s Ferry Partnership, a nonprofit Camden economic and community development agency.

From South Jersey to Switzerland

From South Jersey to Switzerland

Multilingual Rutgers–Camden alumna who has lived and taught for four decades in Europe supports scholarships for Camden students.