Meet the contributors to this blog:
She will bring you inside tips on where to grab lunch, share some BBQ or find homemade ice cream for sale in between checking out the hundreds of other Rutgers Day activities. Andrea will also bring you updates from the Cook/Douglass Campus on Rutgers Day.
Amber E. Hopkins-Jenkins is a public relations specialist for Rutgers. She thoroughly enjoys promoting initiatives dedicated to developing young leaders and public servants – locally, nationally and globally.
Her blog posts will offer suggestions on ways to make a difference during (and beyond!) Rutgers Day. On April 27, Amber will support reporters looking to document the wealth of experiences available to campus visitors.
Jamie Cann is a senior majoring in communication with a minor in digital communication and information media. As an Intern at the Office of Community Affairs, Jamie has worked on numerous aspects of Rutgers Day including organizing the performance stages, managing social media and booking vendors. In her posts, Jamie will give the inside scoop on the new College Avenue Parade, and will also let animal lovers know about some not to miss attractions.
Lisa’s blog posts will focus on where to find free screenings and checkups, as well as exercise demonstrations and literary events sure to engage even the littlest Rutgers Day attendees.
As part of the event planning team, she’ll be bringing you tips and inside information about the wide variety of programming planned for the big day.
Fredda Sacharow, a Rutgers graduate who majored in journalism, is an editorial/communications specialist who came (back) to Rutgers in 2008. She’s been involved with Rutgers Day since its inception, watching with awe as the tradition grows and flourishes.
This year she’ll blog about visual arts, and hands- on activities for children – all exciting offerings you’ll find at Rutgers Day 2013. Follow Fredda’s posts from the College Avenue Campus on Rutgers Day.
Carrie Stetler is an editorial/communications specialist at Rutgers. Her children’s curiosity about the natural and scientific worlds have prompted many family internet searches yielding strange and wonderful discoveries.
On Rutgers Day, she’ll be blogging from the Busch Campus about the plethora of science and engineering-related activities. She’ll also be blogging about the Rutgers chapter of Project Heal, which is building a life-size Barbie to raise awareness of eating disorders.
Follow Kyle’s posts for leads on cool and quirky events from cockroach races to an appearance by the Rutgers Quidditch team in the Rutgers Day parade.