Heartfelt Gifts

Heartfelt Gifts

Love for Rutgers–Camden motivates alumni association support of student scholarships

New Nursing Alumni Association Founded

New Nursing Alumni Association Founded

All graduates of Rutgers–Camden who are registered nurses belong to the new group

Hope and Healing: Student Priyal Shah

Hope and Healing: Student Priyal Shah

This first-year student with plans to attend medical school is optimistic about overcoming the challenges of COVID-19.

Hope and Healing: Nurse Margo Wallace

Hope and Healing: Nurse Margo Wallace

Margo Wallace SNC’08 is director of the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden’s CARES program.

Hope and Healing: Chemistry Professor Jinglin Fu

Hope and Healing: Chemistry Professor Jinglin Fu

Fu, a recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, on COVID-19 and science.

Hope and Healing: Law Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson

Hope and Healing: Law Co-Dean Kimberly Mutcherson

The co-dean of the Rutgers Law School in Camden on COVID-19.

Hope and Healing: Alumni Leader Sandy Stewart

Hope and Healing: Alumni Leader Sandy Stewart

Stewart, a biotechnology entrepreneur and former chair of the Rutgers Board of Governors, on COVID-19.

Hope and Healing: School of Business Dean Monica Adya

Hope and Healing: School of Business Dean Monica Adya

Adya began her tenure as dean in March two weeks after Rutgers went remote due to COVID-19.