Dr. Andrew Shankman Will Discuss His Book “Original Intents” on 4/13

Please note this event has been postponed until further notice.  The Leadership Institute will host Dr. Andrew Shankman, Associate Professor of History, on Thursday, April 13th, to discuss his new book, Original Intents: Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison, and the American Founding.  The event will center around the topic of “Early American Leadership.”  This free event requires registration.  The event … Read more Dr. Andrew Shankman Will Discuss His Book “Original Intents” on 4/13

CURE Continues Spring Season on 4/14

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will continue its spring season on Friday, April 14th, with a presentation called “Listening to the Voices of the Homeless in Public Policy Debates” by Dr. Joshua D. Philips, an instructor at Pennsylvania State University–Brandywine.    A half-century after the “War on Poverty” of Lyndon Johnson, poverty … Read more CURE Continues Spring Season on 4/14

Register Now for the Annual Baron Lecture on 4/3

The Jacob Abraham and Mildred Amelia Baron Lecture Series will take place on on Monday, April 3, with special guest speaker Assemblywoman Patricia Egan Jones, who serves New Jersey’s 5th Legislative District.  Assemblywoman Jones will discuss “Politics and Citizenship.” This event will take place at 12:15 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room.  Registration is … Read more Register Now for the Annual Baron Lecture on 4/3

Alumnus Dr. Stephen D. Bryen to Discuss “Public Policy and Cyber Security” on 3/29

Dean Kriste Lindenmeyer and the Department of Political Science will host the lecture, “Public Policy and Cyber Security,” given by Dr. Stephen D. Bryen, an alumnus of the Camden College of Arts and Sciences.  Dr. Bryen has held roles such as the senior staff director of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee and the Deputy … Read more Alumnus Dr. Stephen D. Bryen to Discuss “Public Policy and Cyber Security” on 3/29

Join TMAC on 3/6 for a Forum on “Alternative Facts”

The Teaching Matters and Assessment Center (TMAC) will host “Alternative Facts? A Forum on Speech and Politics in a Post-Truth Era” on Monday, March 6th, from 3 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. in 401 Penn.  Featured panelists include: Dr. James Brown, Director of the Digital Studies Center and Assistant Professor of English; Dr. Jean-Louis Hippolyte, Associate … Read more Join TMAC on 3/6 for a Forum on “Alternative Facts”

Learn How ‘Big Data’ is Changing Political Campaigns on 3/1

The Department of Political Science and the Digital Studies Center will co-host, “How is ‘Big Data’ Changing Political Campaigns: A Conversation with Tom Bonier” on Wednesday, March 1st, from 10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m., in 401 Penn.  All are welcome to this free event.  Tom Bonier, chief executive officer at TargetSmart, a data, technology, and … Read more Learn How ‘Big Data’ is Changing Political Campaigns on 3/1

Voting Law in the 2016 Election Panel Scheduled for 12/7

The Department of Political Science, the Department of Public Policy and Administration, and Rutgers Law School will host another election-themed panel discussion on Wednesday, December 7th, from 3 p.m. – 5 p.m., in 401 Penn.  This panel’s topic is “Voting Law in the 2016 Election,” which will examine election law, voter suppression, and the role … Read more Voting Law in the 2016 Election Panel Scheduled for 12/7

CURE Seminar Series Continues 10/21

Join us on Friday, October 21st, for the second Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) seminar of the 2016-2017 academic year.  Matt Katz, who covered New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for the Philadelphia Inquirer, WNYC, and New Jersey Public Radio and is the author of American Governor: Chris Christie’s Bridge to Redemption, will be the guest speaker.  Copies of American … Read more CURE Seminar Series Continues 10/21

NBC10 Interviews Dr. Shauna Shames about Upcoming Election

NBC10 recently visited the Rutgers–Camden campus to interview Dr. Shauna Shames, Assistant Professor of Political Science, about the upcoming presidential election.  Students were also asked questions about their opinions on the candidates.  Watch the video here.