2023: A Year in Review

2023 was a great year to be a Rutgers University in Camden Scarlet Raptor! Looking back on a year of research excellence, student success, alumni achievement, and community impact, here are just a few highlights of what Rutgers–Camden has accomplished. Enjoy our top 10 most-read stories of 2023!


Turing a Blind Eye to Expired Food

Rutgers–Camden professors Robert Schindler and Terri-Ann Kelly discuss if expired food is worth the cost savings

Where There’s Smoque, There’s Fire

School of Business–Camden alumnus R'lay Wikerson uses his education to empower Camden
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Nursing Graduate Earns Full Scholarship to Top-Ranked Ph.D. Program

Enmanuel "Manny" Fernandez hopes to pave the way for other first-generation students
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Finding the Right Words

Professor James Brown from Camden College of Arts and Sciences discusses the complex implications of ChatGPT
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Trigger Foods

Nutritionist Juliann Nielsen from Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden sheds light on why we tend to overeat
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From Camden to the Grammys

Rutgers University–Camden lecturer and bandleader JoJo Streater is nominated for Grammy awards in two gospel categories
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Planting the Seeds of Success

Rutgers–Camden alumna Brennah Lambert's vegan lifestyle blooms into a restaurant looking to change minds and diets
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Rutgers–Camden Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as a Top University

Rutgers University–Camden saw some of its biggest gains and highest-ever rankings on the publication’s most prestigious lists.
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Meet Our New Faculty

Rutgers University–Camden welcomed 21 new faculty Members for the 2023-24 academic year
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Unearthing the History of New Jersey's Indigenous People

Kimberly Moran from Camden College of Arts and Sciences discusses her work at an archeological dig of the Lenni Lenape tribe
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