For decades, the undergraduate English program at Rutgers University-Camden has prepared students to become successful poets, authors and English scholars through the intensive study and practice of writing. The program can now add a Pulitzer Prize winner in poetry to its list of esteemed graduates. Gregory Pardlo, a 1999 graduate with a bachelor's degree in English, has earned the Pulitzer Prize for poetry for his poem collection Digest (Four Way Books, 2014). More here... 

Named an Extraordinary Advocate for Civil Rights Summit  

 

Two decades ago, Rutgers Law-Camden Professor Sally Goldfarb played a key role in the creation of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) signed into law by President Clinton. Today, her advocacy for women's civil rights has led her to be the recipient of the 20/20 Vision Award by the American Bar Association. More here... 


Rutgers Business School Professor Honored with Oxford Author
Jerome Williams, a distinguished professor of marketing at Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick, was one of the lead authors of a paper selected to receive the notable Thomas C. Kinnear Award. The article "Beyond Poverty: Social Justice in a Global Marketplace" appeared in the spring 2011 issue of the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing.  More here...
Tomorrow is Rutgers Day 2015: Saturday, April 25th

Experience New Jersey's State University 

 

Rutgers Day, Rutgers University's annual welcome and show-and-tell for New Jersey residents of all ages, will be tomorrow, Saturday, April 25, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Last year, a record crowd of 84,000 visitors came to Rutgers University-New Brunswick to learn firsthand about the university's research, teaching and service on campuses. More here...