The Office of the Chancellor presents Faculty Research Week, beginning November 26, with the Chancellor’s New Faculty Research Symposium. The event begins at 11:30 a.m. in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room. The following Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden faculty will present:
- Dr. Craig Agule, Assistant Professor of Philosophy;
- Dr. Nathan Fried, Assistant Professor of Biology;
- Dr. Ashley Gimbal, Assistant Teaching Professor of English; and
- Dr. Julianne Griepenburg, Assistant Professor of Physics.
Each presentation will be followed by a question and answer session. Refreshments will be served.
On November 27, all are welcome to attend the Faculty Awardee Reception and Presentations, during which the following Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden faculty will be honored:
- Dr. Andrew Shankman, Professor of History; recipient of a Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity (2018);
- Dr. Jane Siegel, Professor of Criminal Justice, presenting with her co-PIs; recipient of a Provost’s Fund for Research, Multidisciplinary Award (2017);
- Dr. Nawaf Bou-Rabee, Associate Professor of Mathematics; recipient of a Provost’s Fund for Research, Catalyst Award (2016);
- Dr. Eric Klein, Assistant Professor of Biology; recipient of a Provost’s Fund for Research, Multidisciplinary Award (2017); and
- Dr. Charlotte Markey, Professor of Psychology; recipient of a Provost’s Fund for Research, Catalyst Award (2017).
This event will begin at 12:45 p.m. in the Law School Faculty Lounge.
On November 28, the last day of Research Week, join us for the Faculty Research and Creative Activities Symposium, from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. in the West ABC Conference Room in the Campus Center. Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden faculty who will present include:
Presentation Session 1, beginning 9:15 a.m.
- Dr. Richard Epstein, Associate Professor of English: “Terrorism and the Cultural Salience of Moral Foundations;” and
- Dr. Sarah Allred, Associate Professor of Psychology: “Uncovering the Community’s Perspective on Health.”
Presentation Session 2, beginning 11:15 a.m.
- Dr. Wenhua Lu, Assistant Professor of Childhood Studies: “Mental Disorders among Asian-American Youth: Why Don’t they use mental health services?”; and
- Dr. Próspero García, Associate Professor of Spanish: “Empowering Learners through Mediated Conceptual-Activity: Bringing critical thinking back into the equation.”
Presentation Session 3, beginning 1:15 p.m.
- Dr. Jinglin Fu, Assistant Professor of Chemistry: “DNA mediated proximity assembly circuits for sensing biochemical targets;”
- Joint presentation with Dr. Jane Siegel, Professor of Criminal Justice; Ms. Jill Friedman, Associate Dean for Pro Bono and Public Interest at the Rutgers Law School; Dr. Sara-Beth Plummer, Assistant Professor of Teaching and the Assistant Director of the BASW Program at the School of Social Work; and Ms. Kimberlee Moran, Associate Teaching Professor of Forensics: “Wrongful Conviction Policy and Remediation in New Jersey;”
- Dr. James Brown, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Digital Studies Center: “Histories of Hateware;” and
- Dr. Michael Hayes, Assistant Professor of Public Policy: “Does Switching to a Four-Day School Week Save Money: Evidence from Oklahoma School Districts.”
For more information about Faculty Research Week, contact Ms. Jeannie Garmon.