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.

Hope and Healing: School of Nursing Dean Donna Nickitas

Hope and Healing: School of Nursing Dean Donna Nickitas

Nickitas, dean, Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden and retired U.S. Air Force Reserve Corps major, on remaining hopeful during COVID-19.