• Founding fathers
    Original Intents

    New book explores the origins of the U.S. Constitution and conflicts among the founders regarding its intended meaning.

    Learn more.
    Founding fathers
  • Greg Pardlo
    Back Where It Began

    Gregory Pardlo, the 2015 winner of the Pulitzer Prize for poetry and a 1999 graduate of Rutgers–Camden, returns to teach in the M.F.A. in creative writing program.

    Read his story in Rutgers Magazine.
    Greg Pardlo
  • Carla D. Hayden
    Librarian of Congress to Receive Honorary Degree

    Carla Hayden, the nation’s first African American and first woman to serve in this role, will deliver the keynote address on Wednesday, May 17.  

    Read about her accomplishments.
    Carla D. Hayden
  • Rutgers Law Professor Michael Carrier
    Antitrust Law Recommendations

    Rutgers Law Professor Michael Carrier Contributes to American Bar Association Presidential Transition Report to Trump Administration.

    Read the story.
    Rutgers Law Professor Michael Carrier

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