Q: I am a reporter seeking a faculty expert to talk about a particular topic for a news story I am writing. How do I contact one?
A: Rutgers–Camden’s faculty members are available to speak with reporters to lend their expertise on a wide range of topics. More information about media contacts and finding an expert.
Q: I am interested in booking a speaker for my next meeting, panel, or workshop. Are there any Rutgers–Camden faculty members available?
A: Rutgers–Camden’s top scholars are available to speak to your organization at no cost. See more information about the Rutgers–Camden Speakers Bureau.
Q: How can I obtain press releases issued by Rutgers–Camden?
A: The Communications Office regularly distributes news about major initiatives and events at Rutgers–Camden. To obtain these press releases, or to be added to a media mailing list, Rutgers–Camden Communications Office.
Q: What is the procedure for interviewing or photographing students?
A: Student privacy rights are a critical concern for Rutgers. If members of the media wish to interview students, they are asked to first contact the Rutgers–Camden Communications Office; staff then will identify students willing to speak with the media.
Q: What is the procedure for covering a campus event?
A: Events open to the public generally are open to the news media as well. For more information about covering an event, contact Rutgers–Camden Communications Office.
Q: How do I get to your campus and where should I park when covering an event on your campus?
A: Directions to campus and information about parking are online. The Rutgers–Camden Communications Office may be helpful in providing parking guidance when members of the media are able to offer advance notice.
Q: Do I have access to general campus photos or headshots of faculty and administrators?
A: To request images of the Rutgers–Camden Campus and its staff and faculty, contact the Rutgers–Camden Communications Office.