Mitch Collins, who leads Adaptive Clinical Systems’ management of partnerships and serves as lead contact for business development, will attending Rowan/Rutgers Board of Governors CEO and others, to discuss Camden Health Sciences Campus on March 18th, 2016. As part of an ongoing effort to stay connected to the community, Mitch will be there to hear and discuss the needs of the growing facility and health professionals.
Lawmakers recently gave the final approval for a $50 million bond funding to create a “health sciences” center in downtown Camden. The building to be developed will be the result of effort between Rowan University and Rutgers-Camden Board of Governors, formed in 2013, and will be constructed at the block diagonally across from the Walter Rand Transportation Center, stretching from Martin Luther King Boulevard south to Stevens Street and from Broadway west to Fifth Street. In doing so, the ground-breaking project will strengthen the partnerships between the two schools.
To learn more about the development plans, read this article from philly.com.
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