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Affiliated Scholars

Marie Isabelle Chevrier, Ph.D.   Jill Friedman
Marie Isabelle Chevrier, Ph.D.
Professor of Public Policy and Administration
Rutgers-Camden

Daniel T. Cook, Ph.D.
Director of the Graduate Studies Program
Associate Professor
Childhood Studies

Jill M. Friedman
Acting Assistant
Dean for Pro Bono and Public Interest
Camden Law Pro Bono
Camden Law School

Paul Jargowsky Nelson Maldonado
Gwendolyn Harris, Ph.D.
Executive Director
Senator Walter Rand Institute
for Public Affairs

Paul  A. Jargowsky, Ph. D.
Professor
GSC-Grad Public Policy & Administration
Rutgers-Camden

Nelson Maldonado, Ph.D.
Professor, Comparative Literature
Rutgers- New Brunswick

Patrice Mareshal Yolanda Martinez Lorraine Minnite

Patrice M. Mareschal, Ph.D
Associate Professor
GSC-Grad Public Policy & Administration
Rutgers-Camden

Yolanda Martínez-San Miguel,  Ph.D.
Professor I and Director,
Institute for Research on Women
Latino Studies and Comparative Literature
Rutgers- New Brunswick

Lorraine C. Minnite,  Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Faculty: GSC-Grad Public Policy & Administration
Rutgers-Camden

Adam Okulicz Ben Sifuentes Benedeto  Pccoli

Adam Okulicz-Kozaryn, Ph. D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Public Policy and Administration
Rutgers-Camden

Ben Sifuentes-Jauregui
Associate Professor of American Studies and Comparative Literature
Rutgers- New Brunswick

Benedetto Piccoli, Ph.D.
Professor
FASC - Mathematics
Rutgers-Camden

Joanne P. Robinson  

Joanne P. Robinson
PhD, RN, GCNS-BC, FAAN
Dean and Professor
Rutgers School of Nursing-Camden

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David Salas, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Department
Rutgers-Camden

Charles Watters, Ph.D.
Director of a new center on
Well-Being and Risk School of Education and Social Work University of Sussex
     


The Mission
The mission of the CLC at Rutgers – Camden is to foster understanding and acceptance of providing
new organizational environments and strategies;
and to build bridges and partnership among urban communities, academia, and organizations for dealing with race relations and urban development. 

Through social action research, leadership development, training and community partnerships, the Center provides a forum for the analysis, discussion, and assessment of policy issues while developing new knowledge regarding strategic approaches to meet the changing needs of urban communities.