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Brisa DeAnguloBrisa De Angulo, a law student at Rutgers–Camden, has dedicated her life to protecting Bolivian children from sexual abuse. De Angulo founded Centro Una Brisa De Esperanza (CUBE), the A Breeze of Hope Center. It is the only place in Bolivia that specializes in providing comprehensive assistance for children who are victims of sexual abuse.
At CUBE, the children have free access to social workers, lawyers, therapists, and volunteers who provide support. She founded the center seven years ago, at age 17, and also established the A Breeze of Hope Foundation with her husband, Parker Palmer, who is also a law student at Rutgers–Camden.
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Rutgers-Camden Ph.D. Students Participate in Summer Research Consortium
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A pair of Rutgers–Camden Ph.D. students hoping to make their mark in community development recently participated in a preeminent summer social research program at the University of Michigan.
Library of Congress Fellowship Helps Rutgers-Camden Student Explore Early Comic Strips
A Rutgers–Camden scholar in the nation’s first doctoral program in childhood studies is investigating early 20th century comic strips’ treatment of children, thanks to a prestigious fellowship through the Library of Congress.
Living Abroad Ignites Careers for Rutgers–Camden Writers
There’s something about leaving home that helps you write about what you know. Just ask Hemingway or a group of students in Rutgers–Camden’s MFA program in creative writing. The program is attracting students from all over the U.S. and the world.
International Student Pursues Graduate Studies in Chemistry at Rutgers–Camden
Muslum Demir was awarded a scholarship from the Republic of Turkey’s Ministry of National Education. The prestigious scholarship allows Turkish undergraduates to pursue a master’s degree and doctorate at a university of his or her choosing anywhere in the world.