CLC Annual Report 2015 a 25th Anniversary IssueClick photo for highlight of CLC's 2015 programs and accomplishments.
Rutgers-Camden in Cuba during Spring BreakFrom March 11-18, 2016, 25 students, faculty, and alumni visited Cuba to learn about sustainable community development on the cusp of President Obama's historic trip. Dr. Gloria Bonilla-Santiago shared her 30 years of experience and relationships with the group to expose and challenge participants to think about community development through a new lens. click photo to learn more
2016 Women’s History Month ConferenceKris Lindenmeyer, Ph.D., Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Gloria Bonilla-Santiago, Ph.D., Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor, and Dr. Christine Ortiz, Dean for Graduate Education and Morris Cohen Professor Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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Footage from annual Rutgers/LEAP Alfredo Santiago Endowed Scholarship Fundraising Gala: Enlightening Minds
Rutgers-Camden and LEAP Academy University Charter School students Won a National Social Justice Challenge AwardA team of Rutgers-Camden and LEAP Academy University Charter School students won a national Social Justice Challenge award of $5,000, sponsored by the Rutgers-Newark School of Public Policy and Administration.
Reason TV documents LEAP's success!!!How a Great School is Breaking the Cycle of Poverty in America's Poorest City.
Graduate Certificate in Community Development 2015Gloria Bonilla-Santiago, Ph.D distinguished Service Professor at Rutgers University Camden, New Jersey, began the new academic year of the Graduate Certificate in Community Development at El Centro para Puerto Rico facilities.
Congratulations to the more than 30 professionals who have decided to participate in this academic experience. Click photo for pictures of students
The CLC is a grant-funded service and research center located at the Camden campus of Rutgers University. Since 1990, the Center has helped revitalize urban communities through education, leadership and community development.
News and Events
April 20, 2016
Votes for women: Forum links teens, female officials
Courier Post, April 20
CAMDEN - For Camden County Freeholder Susan Shin Angulo, it was a garbage truck in her Cherry Hill neighborhood that sparked her interest in government. For Washington Township Mayor Barbara Wallace, it was JFK's presidential campaign.... click here for full article
March 26, 2016
At Rutgers-Camden, women leaders reflect on what it took .
Philadelphia Inquirer news— New Jersey
by John N. McGuire, Staff Writer Click here for full story