Professor Publishes Article

Dr. ALAN TARR (professor II, CFAS-political science and director, Center for State Constitutional Studies) authored an article, “Contesting the Judicial Powers in the States,” in the spring 2012 edition of the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy.

Professor Displays Artwork at Solo Exhibition

Prof. LIQIN TAN (associate professor, CFAS-art) is displaying his artwork during a solo exhibition, “Primitive-Level Signals; Animation Installation with Digital Metal Prints,” at the Dalet Art Gallery in Philadelphia through June 23.  In the exhibit, the Rutgers–Camden professor uses spirit levels as a signal to describe a natural phenomenon in humans, where human brain development … Read more Professor Displays Artwork at Solo Exhibition

Quick News

Dr. CAROL SINGLEY (professor, CFAS-English) served as a judge for the Walt Whitman Association’s High School Poetry Contest for students from across the Delaware Valley.

Undergraduates Present Research

Dr. WILLIAM SAIDEL (associate professor, CFAS-biology) and Dr. DAN SHAIN (professor, CFAS-biology) had two undergraduate students present their research at the New Jersey Academy of Sciences annual meeting on April 21:  student  Michael Garrity, presented a talk titled “Structural and Spatial Analysis of Chorionic Structures found on Eggs of the Local Killifish, Cyprinodon variegatus,” while … Read more Undergraduates Present Research

Quick News

KIMBERLEE MORAN (grant facilitator, CFAS) ran a forensic archaeology field exercise for law enforcement professionals at the Rutgers Pinelands Field Station during April 29 to May 1. Attendees learned about the application of archaeological theory and methodology to the search for and recovery of human remains and conducted a full-scale excavation exercise. 

Professor Presents Paper

Dr. WILLIAM FITZGERALD (assistant professor, CFAS-English) presented a paper, “Texting God: Delivering Prayer in the Digital Age,” at the biannual meeting of the Rhetoric Society of America in Philadelphia during the week of May 21.  His operetta, “A New Age,” was performed at the Sandy Spring Friends School in Maryland during May 17-19.

Professor Presents Paper

RICK DEMIRJIAN (part-time lecturer, CFAS-history) presented a paper, “’A Paper Age’: Banks and Banking in Micropolitan America, 1783-1825,” as part of the Lees Seminar in History series at Rutgers–Camden on April 13.

Professor Speaks at Event

Dr. CATI COE (associate professor, CFAS-anthropology) discussed how fosterage relations among transnational migrants have changed patron-client patterns in Ghana in “Global Flows of Patrons: Fosterage among Ghanaian Transnational Migrants,” at the event “Anthropologies of Africa Across Decades and Disciplines: A Day to Honor Sandra Barnes,” held by the anthropology department and African Studies Center at … Read more Professor Speaks at Event

Quick News

Dr. GLORIA BONILLA-SANTIAGO (Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor of Public Policy, CFAS and director, Community Leadership Center) has been elected to the Board of Trustees for Saint Peter’s College.