Cooper Street Writing Workshops Continue 2/2

A busy spring is planned for the Cooper Street Writing Workshops!  Beginning February 2nd, instructor Micaiah Johnson will lead “Giving Context to the Personal: Weaving Research into Your Memoir.” Ms. Johnson will discuss memoirs such as Persepolis, Men Explain Things to Me, and Angela’s Ashes that successfully integrate research in their writing.  Participants will also have the opportunity to … Read more Cooper Street Writing Workshops Continue 2/2

“Sharp-Tongued Figuration” Exhibit at Stedman Gallery Now Open

Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts is proud to announce their newest exhibit, “Sharp-Tongued Exhibition,” is now open in the Stedman Gallery.  All are welcome to view the exhibition, which will be on display until April 21st. The gallery is open Monday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., and Thursdays, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.  … Read more “Sharp-Tongued Figuration” Exhibit at Stedman Gallery Now Open

Full Financial Support Available to Students Admitted to the MFA Program

Due to a generous grant from President Robert Barchi’s office, beginning in Fall 2017, all full-time students admitted into the graduate creative writing program will be offered full financial support, including tuition remission, health benefits, and a living stipend.  The types of support are teaching fellowships and interdisciplinary fellowships.     Teaching fellowships comprise tuition remission, … Read more Full Financial Support Available to Students Admitted to the MFA Program

Online Master’s Degree in Liberal Studies Ranked as Top Program

Rutgers University–Camden’s online master’s degree program in liberal studies was recently ranked as a top thirty program in the nation, by Best Master’s Degrees.  Coming in at number 26, the ranking noted the program’s interdisciplinary nature and small class sizes that fostered personalized attention.

We R Arts and Sciences: Catherine Rosenberg

Rutgers University is a proud research institution, with our faculty and students engaged in projects that run the gamut from studying healthy eating behaviors to social reform in Gothic literature to circadian rhythms in fungi.  Research can shape people’s thoughts and opinions, and ultimately change our world.  For computational and integrative biology doctoral student Catherine … Read more We R Arts and Sciences: Catherine Rosenberg

Public Affairs PhD Students Awarded Equity and Inclusion Fellowships

Straso Jovanovski and David Okereke, students in our doctoral public affairs program, were recently awarded the Equity and Inclusion Fellowship from the Association of Public Policy and Management (APPAM).  These students are two of 25 students selected nationwide.  The fellowship will allow them to attend the association’s fall research conference and to be recognized by … Read more Public Affairs PhD Students Awarded Equity and Inclusion Fellowships

Arts & Sciences Dean’s Undergraduate Research Grants Due 9/28

Rutgers University–Camden is a proud research institution, and we encourage undergraduate students to become involved with research.  To that end, we offer the Arts and Sciences Dean’s Undergraduate Research Fund, which supports the costs of research.  Visit http://fas.camden.rutgers.edu/student-experience/undergraduate-research/support-for-undergraduate-research/, and click on the Arts and Sciences Dean’s Undergraduate Research Fund link for the application.  The application … Read more Arts & Sciences Dean’s Undergraduate Research Grants Due 9/28

RU–C named “Best Bang for the Buck” Once Again

Washington Monthly magazine has again recognized Rutgers–Camden as a university of high value, naming us sixth in the “Best Bang for the Buck” category for schools in the Northeast, the only New Jersey university to make the list.  For master’s-level institutions, Rutgers–Camden was ranked number 11 in a national ranking.  This is the fourth year … Read more RU–C named “Best Bang for the Buck” Once Again

RCCA Exhibit “George Segal in Black and White” Now Open

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts’ new exhibition, “George Segal in Black and White,” is now open until December 10th.  Black and white drawings, fragments, and sculptures of Segal, a renowned American sculptor and graduate of Rutgers–New Brunswick, will be on display.  Additionally, there will be an accompanying exhibit called “George Segal in Black and White: … Read more RCCA Exhibit “George Segal in Black and White” Now Open