A few dozen South Jersey high school seniors are spending the next two weeks of their summer at a “business camp” on the campus of Rutgers University in Camden.
New Jersey legislators have approved a far-reaching reorganization of the state’s higher education system. But it does not include a plan to, in effect, merge the operations of Rutgers-Camden and Rowan Universities.
Proponents of a higher education restructuring plan are scrambling to get the measure through the Legislature and to the governor’s desk by week’s end.
Camden’s advisory to boil tap water for consumption by residents west of the Cooper River remains in effect, along with a ban on non-essential use, despite improvements in water pressure levels after Thursday’s dangerous drop.
Rowan University’s governing board has endorsed legislation merging the school with Rutgers-Camden, while asking to retain its authority over campus matters.
Both the Board of Trustees and the Board of Governors huddled in a closed session before approving the document which, among other things, insists that both Rutgers-Camden and Rowan retain their autonomy, and that any collaboration abide by a state law that set up Rutgers as an independent institution.
New Jersey Senate Democrats have come up with an alternative to the Christie Administration’s plan to merge Rutgers-Camden with Rowan University.
As a decision to merge Rutgers University’s Camden campus into Rowan University is moving forward, nearly 1,700 students from Rutgers-Camden were receiving their diplomas on Thursday.
The clock is ticking on the proposed merger between Rutgers-Camden and Glassboro-based Rowan University, part of a plan New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has to improve higher education in the state.
Some South Jersey grade schoolers are trying their hand on Wall Street — and learning how to invest in themselves in the process.
Dr. Ali Houshmand went to great lengths on Thursday to stress that any merger would take years to complete.
A local organization is now in its third year of providing prom dresses to teens. It’s all part of the 3rd annual Promise Boutique at Rutgers-Camden.
Students, faculty and members of the Camden community gathered in a lecture hall on the Rutgers campus Tuesday night to discuss the impact of the proposed merger of Rutgers-Camden and Rowan University.
Dean Rayman Solomon says law school applications were already down nationally due to what he considers overblown worries about the value of a law degree.
Chris previews tonight’s Republican Primaries in Mississippi and Alabama and what a victory would mean to Mitt Romney. He talks to Scott Rudich of Round Guy Breweries about dealing with the Liquor Control Board in Pennsylvania and to Julie Chen and Aisha Tyler of CBS Television’s The Talk.