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.

Campus Competition for a Good Cause

Campus Competition for a Good Cause

Rutgers University–Camden alumni stepped up to support students at risk of going hungry.

Distinguished Law Alumni Awards

Distinguished Law Alumni Awards

The Rutgers School of Law–Camden Alumni Association honored three alumnae during a virtual celebration in February.

Fulfilling Dreams

Fulfilling Dreams

Dreams Fulfilled, a Rutgers “Big Idea,” supports a three-part plan for students and families: Establishing access, ensuring affordability, and partnering for success.

The Mallery Concert Series: A Musical Rutgers–Camden Tradition Continues Online

The Mallery Concert Series: A Musical Rutgers–Camden Tradition Continues Online

The Mallery Concert Series, a long-running musical series at Rutgers University–Camden, is back after a hiatus due to the pandemic.

A Father’s Inspiration and Legacy

A Father’s Inspiration and Legacy

Frank Brown Sr. and Frank Brown Jr. both served in the Army before earning Rutgers–Camden degrees.