When it comes to the pandemic’s impact on academic achievement, no children are immune. But just as COVID-19 itself has hit underserved demographics the hardest, minority students in poorly equipped schools experienced the steepest slides in the national test-score decline.
Rutgers University–Camden Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis is pleased to extend a warm welcome from the entire Rutgers–Camden community to the 18 educators and scholars joining the faculty this semester.
Robin Cogan, lecturer and clinical coordinator of the School Nurse Program at the School of Nursing–Camden, has been inducted as a National Academy of School Nursing Fellow.
The Rutgers University Board of Governors has awarded a prestigious University Professorship to Daniel Hart, a Rutgers University‒Camden professor of psychology who has been a member of the faculty for nearly 40 years.
Keith Green, associate professor of English and director of Africana Studies, writes for Rutgers Today reminding us that Juneteenth is “a day that should compel every human being to imagine and work towards a world where true liberty, not just state sanctioned emancipation, is a reality for all.”