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(An artist's rendering of the "Third Street gateway" for the Rutgers-Camden campus.  Image provided)

Rutgers-Camden Unveils Long-Range Expansion Plan

Dubbed “Rutgers 2030,” the plan aims to expand the school’s footprint within the city of Camden by one-third.


The audience at Cooper Medical School in Camden. (Credit: Justin Udo)

Shedding Light On Human Trafficking

During the screening of “Sex + Money: A National Search for Human Worth,” the audience of more than 150 people got an up-close look at child sex trafficking.


Task force chair Lou Bezich delivers the results of  a ten-year study on "eds and meds."  (credit: Mike DeNardo)

Task Force: State Money For “Eds and Meds” Has Been Worth It

Camden’s hospitals and colleges say New Jersey’s investment of state money over the last decade is paying off.


(Credit: Hadas Kuznits)

Special Ceremony Held For Inaugural Class Of Cooper Medical School

Dr. Paul Katz, dean of the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, says it’s a very special moment when a medical student puts on their white coat for the first time.


(Dignitaries cut a ribbon marking the opening of the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, in Camden.  Credit: Mike DeNardo)

Rowan University’s New Medical School Opens In Camden, NJ

Governor Chris Christie joined legislative leaders in cutting the ribbon on the gleaming new Cooper Medical School of Rowan University.


(Rowan University interim president Dr. Ali Houshmand, left, with Lawrence and Rita Salva and Cooper Medical School founding dean Dr. Paul Katz, right.  Photo provided)

Rowan’s Medical School In Camden Gets $1M+ Scholarship Donation

The donation was made to the Rowan Foundation by Comcast Corporation senior vice president Lawrence Salva and his wife, Rita.


(File photo:  Cooper Hospital, in Camden, NJ.)

Cooper Medical School Gets $800,000 Grant To Run Neighborhood Clinic

Even before Cooper Hospital’s new medical school has opened or accepted its first student, it has received an $800,000 federal grant.