Photos: The brand-new Nursing and Sciences building at Rutgers University-Camden
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On Monday, Sept. 25, Rutgers University – Camden will dedicate its new Nursing and Science Building, which overlooks Roosevelt Plaza Park and Camden City Hall. This is the third-floor lounge of the $62.5 million building.
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First-year nursing students, Julianne Molinari, Tara McNellis, and Kelly Drennan, check vital signs during a class held on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017, at the Nursing and Science Building at Rutgers University–Camden.
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The Nursing and Science Building at Rutgers University-Camden is the latest addition to the eds-and-meds corridor in downtown Camden.
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Freshman and sophomore students work to determine the equilibrium of masses in a physics lab experiment in the building, on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017.
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A patient simulator room at the Nursing and Science Building at Rutgers University-Camden allows students to practice in a facility set up as a hospital room. Students are recorded so their treatment techniques can be reviewed in a debriefing facility.
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Similar to the patient simulation room, this home care lab allows nurses to practice hands-on techniques in a non-hospital, acute-care setting.
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The distance learning amphitheater allows Rutgers University-Camden students to collaborate with students and participate in lectures held at other Rutgers campuses.