Rutgers-Camden Graduate Research and Creative Works Symposium Poster Archive

Posters in This Collection

Supporting the whole child through mindfulness and process focused art
Author: Martin, Katherine

Is the Latino paradox providing a protective element against crime?
Authors: Meloy, Michelle; Curtis, Kristin; Delacruz, Mariel; Gordon, Gaylene; Larson, Mitch; Tucker, Shelby; Webb, Wayne
Description: This study investigated if a cultural effect is providing a protective element against crime and violence within predominately Hispanic neighborhoods compared with predominately African American.

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Held each year in April, Research Week at Rutgers University-Camden celebrates research across the university. The week features multiple events that highlight the research contributions of students and faculty, including the Annual Faculty Research Fellow Lecture, the Graduate Research and Creative Works Symposium, and the Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (CURCA). This digital collection features posters presented at the annual Graduate Research and Creative Works Symposium. The Symposium recognizes the high-quality original research and creative work produced in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and invites graduate students to share their work with the campus community. By making this collection publicly available, the Paul Robeson Library and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences hope to enable graduate students at Rutgers University-Camden to increase the visibility and reach of their research.

Contact Information

Amy Liberi, Assistant Dean,Graduate School-Camden
aliberi@camden.rutgers.edu
856-225-6149

Zara T. Wilkinson, Reference and Instruction Librarian, Paul Robeson Library
zara.wilkinson@rutgers.edu
856-225-2831

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