The Center for Computational and Integrative Biology (CCIB) was established to reflect the cross-departmental approach to biological research already established among Rutgers–Camden faculty. The Center brings together leading research academics from the departments of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics. Students in the Graduate Program in Computational & Integrative Biology are integrated into the life and activities of the Center and are viewed as an essential element of its success.
The Center for State Constitutional Studies at Rutgers–Camden is an interdisciplinary institute dedicated to promoting public understanding of American state constitutions and of sub-national constitutions in other federal systems through research and publications, lectures and conferences, consultation services, and educational initiatives
The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) encourages, facilitates and promotes innovative research by scholars at Rutgers University and around the nation on issues that face Camden, New Jersey, the Philadelphia metropolitan region and other large cities and metropolitan cities in the U.S. and abroad. It also helps train the next generation of urban scholars by providing opportunities for students to become involved with ongoing research projects.
The Digital Studies Center (DSC) is an interdisciplinary, collaborative research, development, and education center. The DSC helps kick-start, facilitate, support, and promote projects that are made possible by the convergence of digital technologies with the humanities as well as the arts, natural, and social sciences. The nature of digital studies and the DSC is one of collaboration, so it is our goal to bring faculty and students together across disciplines to work side-by-side. DSC Projects result in theoretical, critical, and practical forms. Furthermore, we offer programming in the form of workshops and project presentations.
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities at Rutgers–Camden (MARCH) at Rutgers-Camden has developed a multi-centered and highly collaborative approach that brings new vitality to humanities research, programming, training, and communication. Transcending jurisdictional as well as disciplinary boundaries, this effort aims to tap the region’s rich intellectual and cultural resources to forge new strategies for understanding and communicating the nature of the places where we live and their inheritance. We seek to make the whole of the Mid-Atlantic humanities community larger than just the sum of its parts and thus to contribute to civic revitalization.
The Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts (RCCA) provides performances, exhibitions, education programs, and community projects that inspire a full appreciation and enjoyment of the arts, create meaningful opportunities to participate in the arts, advance the central role of the arts in pre K-12 education, and increase awareness of the arts as essential to cultural, economic, and community vitality.
The Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs (WRI) was established in 1999 to honor the legacy of Senator Walter Rand and his tireless efforts to increase resources for Southern New Jersey. In addition to the diverse expertise areas of WRI staff, the Institute utilizes the academic, programmatic and facility resources of Rutgers University. WRI engages public, government, non-profit and community stakeholders in addressing regional challenges.