We R Arts And Sciences: Dr. Hao Zhu

Dr. Hao Zhu’s love of science started at an early age.  His mother was a high school chemistry teacher and his father a physics professor; both encouraged their son to follow his passion, which led him to make chemistry his lifetime career path.  After earning a bachelor’s degree in Inorganic Chemistry at Jilin University in … Read more We R Arts And Sciences: Dr. Hao Zhu

Stedman Gallery Presents Exhibit on the Graphic Novel

Starting Thursday, January 16th, the Stedman Gallery will open the gallery show “Compulsive Narratives: Stories that MUST be Told, The Graphic Novel as Confession and Inspiration.”  Running through Saturday, April 26th, the show will present work by graphic novelists as well as artists who work in sculpture, painting, mixed media, and video. The Stedman Gallery … Read more Stedman Gallery Presents Exhibit on the Graphic Novel

Planning to Graduate in May 2014? Click Here for More Information

Students planning on graduating in May 2014 must submit an online diploma application anytime between January 2, 2014 to March 31, 2014. Access the online diploma application system via the following link: https://www.ugadmissions.rutgers.edu/Diploma/Login.aspx?ReturnUrl=/Diploma/Default.aspx.  Assistant Dean Jennifer Thiel will be hosting information sessions in early March to address any questions or concerns you may have regarding … Read more Planning to Graduate in May 2014? Click Here for More Information

From Court to the Classroom: Two Retired Judges Teach “Judicial Process”

For a classroom full of students interested in pursuing law, what better way to learn about the judicial process than from two experienced judges?  This past fall semester, Judge Charles M. Rand and Judge Francine I. Axelrad, both recently retired from the bench, taught “Judicial Process” to thirty-two undergraduates.  Dr. Alan Tarr, Professor II of … Read more From Court to the Classroom: Two Retired Judges Teach “Judicial Process”

A Season of Firsts: Rutgers-Camden Offers First LGBTQ History Course

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Karen Russell Awarded Prestigious MacArthur Genius Grant

For the second time in two years, a Rutgers–Camden educator has been named a MacArthur Fellow. Pulitzer Prize-nominated author Karen Russell, a distinguished guest teacher in Rutgers–Camden’s master of fine arts (MFA) in creative writing program, has earned the prestigious award, known popularly as the “genius grant.” Learn more about Russell and the MacArthur fellowship. … Read more Karen Russell Awarded Prestigious MacArthur Genius Grant

Lauren Grodstein Publishes New Novel

The Explanation for Everything, the newest novel from Lauren Grodstein, Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing and Graduate Director of the Creative Writing program, explores the debate between Darwinism and intelligent design through the lens of a college professor and the student he is advising on a research project. Learn more about The Explanation … Read more Lauren Grodstein Publishes New Novel