Jeffrey Jones CCAS ’10 Featured in National Phi Beta Kappa Newsletter

Jeffrey Jones CCAS ’10 is featured in the December 2020 national Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) Society newsletter, as the “Behind the Key” PBK member. Jeffrey, who was a member of the Honors College, is on the board of the Delaware Valley Phi Beta Kappa Association. In the article, Jeffrey discusses both his current life as a … Continue reading Jeffrey Jones CCAS ’10 Featured in National Phi Beta Kappa Newsletter

Join us Dec. 2 for Writers in Camden with Alumni Authors Paul Lisicky and Micaiah Johnson

The Writers House concludes the Fall 2020 Writers in Camden Series on Wednesday, December 2, with virtual readings by alumni authors Micaiah Johnson (MFA ’16) and Paul Lisicky (SAS ’83, MA ’86), Associate Professor of Creative Writing. Micaiah Johnson will read from her new novel, The Space Between Worlds, a speculative fiction debut that examines identity, … Continue reading Join us Dec. 2 for Writers in Camden with Alumni Authors Paul Lisicky and Micaiah Johnson

J. Scott Thomson, CCAS ’94, Will Discuss Police Reform on Nov. 19

J. Scott Thomson, CCAS ’94, retired chief of the Camden County Police Department, will discuss his experience with community policing and crime reduction, on Thursday, November 19, as part of the series, “The Way Forward: Alumni and Faculty Discuss Police Reform.” Dr. Nyeema Watson, Associate Chancellor of Civic Engagement, will moderate the discussion.  This virtual … Continue reading J. Scott Thomson, CCAS ’94, Will Discuss Police Reform on Nov. 19

“Her-Stories” Exhibit at the Student Works Gallery Open Through Mar. 13

The Student Works Gallery (SWG) will open a new exhibit, “Her-Stories: Visual Narratives of Women of the African Diaspora,” on February 10. Created by artist Lavett Ballard, CCAS ’15, this free show will be open until March 13. An artist reception will take place on Thursday, February 20, from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. The … Continue reading “Her-Stories” Exhibit at the Student Works Gallery Open Through Mar. 13

Join us on Feb. 4 for the Annual Ida B. Wells-Barnett Lecture, Featuring Alumnus Dr. Prentiss Dantzler

The annual Ida B. Wells-Barnett Lecture will take place on Monday, February 4, with guest speaker Dr. Prentiss Dantzler II. Dr. Dantzler, who received his doctorate in public affairs from Rutgers–Camden in 2016, is an assistant professor of sociology at Colorado College. He will deliver the talk, “Reflections on 400 Years of African-Descended People in … Continue reading Join us on Feb. 4 for the Annual Ida B. Wells-Barnett Lecture, Featuring Alumnus Dr. Prentiss Dantzler

Kelley Riley CCAS ’16 to Speak at the Digital Commons on Oct. 29

The Digital Studies Center will host Kelley Riley, a 2016 graduate of the Camden College of Arts and Sciences, to speak at the Digital Commons on Monday, October 29, at 11:30 a.m. Riley will discuss the transition from being a student, majoring in biology with an English minor, to having a career as a webcomic … Continue reading Kelley Riley CCAS ’16 to Speak at the Digital Commons on Oct. 29

Dept. of Economics to Host Alumnus Lecturer on Oct. 18

The Department of Economics and the Economics Society will host Damian Onwuka, MSc., a Rutgers–Camden alumnus, who will speak on “Efficient Project Implementation and Business Analytics.” This free event is open to all, and will take place on October 18 from 12:45 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. in the Armitage Hall Faculty Lounge.  Lunch will be … Continue reading Dept. of Economics to Host Alumnus Lecturer on Oct. 18

Alumnus Jacob Foster, Director of Student Works Gallery, to Exhibit Solo Show at Noyes Museum of Art

“I don’t think I knew what art was or what art could be until college.” – Jacob Foster. Jacob Foster, a 2017 graduate of the Camden College Arts and Sciences, comes from a blue-collar, hard working background. It is therefore rather remarkable that he should choose to be an artist. He was not exposed to … Continue reading Alumnus Jacob Foster, Director of Student Works Gallery, to Exhibit Solo Show at Noyes Museum of Art