Rutgers-Camden Honors College Students To Present Research Nationally

Two Honors College students recently learned of their acceptances to present their research at national conferences: Sujay Ratna, Biology ’22, will present at the National AMSA Conference In November. His topic Medical Students for Gun Safety: Why Gun Violence Matters for Premeds and Future Physicians was accepted as a talk for the American Medical Students … Continue reading Rutgers-Camden Honors College Students To Present Research Nationally

Rutgers-Camden Honors College Students Rally for Charitable Causes

A new school year is a time of excitement and activity for all students, but students in the Honors College at Rutgers-Camden have been busy, going above and beyond to support local charitable organizations. Nitan Shanas, a junior Psychology major and Civic Scholar at Rutgers – Camden, is organizing a sleep out to support Joseph’s … Continue reading Rutgers-Camden Honors College Students Rally for Charitable Causes

“Be the Light” gallery opening features Aulona Scanzello

Honors College Senior Aulona Scanzello’s paintings are currently on display in “Be the Light”, a social justice-inspired art gallery in the Campus Center. The majority of her paintings were completed using only a palette knife, in the style of Modern Impressionist Leonid Afremov. Stop by the Campus Center in March to view Aulona’s work!   .

Junior Dmitriy Prokopovich published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry

Honors College Junior Dmitriy Prokopovich was recently published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry alongside Azka Ahmed, a former Honors College student, and Dr. Luca Larini of the Department of Physics and Center for Computation and Integrative Biology at Rutgers Camden.  Their article, “Impact of Phosphorylation and Pseudophosphorylation on the Early Stages of Aggregation of … Continue reading Junior Dmitriy Prokopovich published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry

Updates in Honors Requirements

In November 2015, our staff attended the annual meeting of the National Collegiate Honors Council in Chicago. While attending the conference, we put particular emphasis on improving our program to create meaningful experiences for our students. We learned a lot from students and staff representing other Honors programs and colleges across the country, and our experience has … Continue reading Updates in Honors Requirements