Good Luck to our Full-Time Faculty Retirees!

Congratulations to our full-time faculty who are retiring from Rutgers-University–Camden after many years of dedicated service!  We wish you the best of luck as you start this new chapter in life.  Those retiring include:  Dr. Christine Dougherty, Professor of GermanDr. Drew Humphries, Professor of Criminal JusticeDr. Andrew Lees, Distinguished Professor of HistoryDr. Geoffrey Sill, Professor … Read more Good Luck to our Full-Time Faculty Retirees!

CURE Seminar Series to Continue on 4/8

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will host their next seminar on Friday, April 8th, at 12:15 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Executive Dining Room.  Dr. Waverly Duck, Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Pittsburgh, will discuss, “An Ethnographic Portrait of Drug Dealing and Policing in a Small Black Town.”  This … Read more CURE Seminar Series to Continue on 4/8

CURE Seminar Series Continues 10/17

On Friday, October 17th, the Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will continues its seminar series with the presentation, “Gang Nostalgia: Generation, Authority, and the Role of History in a Chicago Gang.”  Dr. Laurence Ralph, Assistant Professor in the Departments of Anthropology and African and African American Studies at Harvard University, will be the guest … Read more CURE Seminar Series Continues 10/17

Information/Race: A Roundtable Discussion About the Lessons Learned from Ferguson on 9/30

The Digital Studies Center will host a roundtable discussion called “Information/Race: What Ferguson can teach us about race, politics, and journalism in the Network” on Tuesday, September 30th, at 6 p.m. in Penn 401.   Richard Aregood, Visiting Professor of English, will serve as the moderator.  Panelists include: Dr. Wayne Glasker, Associate Professor of History; … Read more Information/Race: A Roundtable Discussion About the Lessons Learned from Ferguson on 9/30

Join Us for the Criminal Justice Urban Research Speaker Series on 4/10

On Thursday, April 10th, Dr. Susan Clampet-Lundquist, Associate Professor of Sociology at St. Joseph’s University, will present “The Sliding Scale of Snitching: A Qualitative Examination of Snitching in Three Philadelphia Communities,” as part of the Graduate Program in Criminal Justice Urban Research Speakers Series. This event will take place from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. … Read more Join Us for the Criminal Justice Urban Research Speaker Series on 4/10