Rutgers is talking merger, again. Only this time there’s not a hint of controversy over a proposal to merge two law schools into one.
A public hearing by the New Jersey SAFE Task Force was held Tuesday night at Rutgers University Camden campus.
The US Supreme Court this week issued a ruling that may help houseboat owners avoid a pretty serious consequence.
Governor Chris Christie’s proposal got a warm reception at Rowan, but the opposition at Rutgers-Camden was strong.
Hurricanes. Earthquakes. The fiscal cliff. Unrest in Gaza. Signs of the apocalypse? Some college courses have been examining that possibility.
Some Rutgers-Camden students were displaced Saturday afternoon after a fire broke out in one of the dorms on campus, according to authorities.
Some call it controversial, but both political leaders and many educators are calling it necessary.
Residents of the financially challenged city of Camden may benefit from the opening of three shops inside a newly opened 12 story dorm on the campus of Rutgers-Camden.
Rutgers-Camden Law Professor Rand Rosenblatt thinks fewer and bigger health systems is the way of our medical future.
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.