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The Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden proudly welcomes three new assistant professors, Ji-Young An, Rahshida Atkins, and Terri-Ann Kelly; and visiting clinical instructor Jennifer Sipe, to our learning community. All four are accomplished scholars, nurse scientists, and clinicians whose diverse range of expertise enriches the School of Nursing–Camden’s academic excellence, lends innovation to its research agenda, and helps drive Rutgers University–Camden’s commitment to advance nursing education, scientific discovery, and health promotion.

During National Nurses Week, May 6-12, scholars from Semmelweis University visited Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden to renew a Memorandum of Understanding signed by the two universities last September 2015 at Semmelweis— Hungary’s oldest medical school and one of Europe’s leading centers of health sciences —and to continue building a framework for collaboration.

Patricia D. Suplee, an associate professor at the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden, is the recipient of the 2017 Suzanne Feetham Nurse Scientist Family Research Award from the Eastern Nursing Research Society.

“My teammates and I were able to use sports as a platform for positive change,” says Aubrey Andrews, a Rutgers School of Nursing—Camden senior who graduates on May 18 with a bachelor of science in nursing degree. Andrews –inspired by the actions of the U.S.

1st Lt. Jennifer Wain is currently a junior nursing student at the university and works in the Veterans Services Office on campus as the vice president of Student Veterans. With a prior degree in biology, she has always found research enthralling, and it is what continues to drive her passion for nursing today.

Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden faculty members Katherine Prihoda and Kathleen Jackson, both assistant professors in the school, and Project H.O.P.E., the school’s new faculty-practice partner, have been named 2017 recipients of the Chancellor’s Awards for Civic Engagement. Every day, Rutgers University–Camden students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community partners work to advance well-being for the people of southern New Jersey and the region.

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