Join us for “Research Bites” with Dr. Sarah Allred on May 9th

Join us on Wednesday, May 9th, for the “Research Bites” series, during which you will learn about ongoing faculty research projects.  Dr. Sarah Allred, Associate Professor of Psychology, and Faculty Director of the Walter Rand Institute, will provide an overview of the Walter Rand Institute and discuss opportunities for faculty and student involvement, including a … Read more of Join us for “Research Bites” with Dr. Sarah Allred on May 9th

Dr. Nate Link Receives Donal MacNamara Award for Research Article

Dr. Nate Link, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, was recently honored with the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences’ (ACJS) 2018 Donal MacNamara Award for his lead-authored article in Justice Quarterly, “Can General Strain Theory Help Us Understand Violent Behaviors Among People with Mental Illnesses?” The ACJS publishes three different journals and, each year, one published … Read more of Dr. Nate Link Receives Donal MacNamara Award for Research Article

“Composite Perspectives” Faculty Art Exhibit Closes Mar. 19

Faculty in a wide range of departments from the Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden have come together to show their artwork in an exhibition called “Composite Perspectives.” Opening February 22nd in the Student Works Gallery, located in the Campus Center by the Corner Store, this free exhibit will be on display until March 19th.  All … Read more of “Composite Perspectives” Faculty Art Exhibit Closes Mar. 19

Dr. Lynne Vallone Publishes Book Examining Size in Literature and Life

Categories of difference, such as race and gender, among human beings form the basis of many aspects of our world. They have the potential to influence something as minor as music choice, or as important as life experience. Therefore, it is important to be aware of these categories since they inform our thinking, whether we … Read more of Dr. Lynne Vallone Publishes Book Examining Size in Literature and Life

Zach Wood Delivers Keynote Address at Summit in D.C.

On January 17, 2018, Zachary Wood acted as keynote speaker at the 2nd annual Advocacy Summit of the DC Alliance of Youth Advocates (DCAYA). During this summit, a variety of different youth organizations came together with one goal in mind: to further the welfare of the youth in DC. Break-out sessions saw people setting goals, … Read more of Zach Wood Delivers Keynote Address at Summit in D.C.

Faculty Invited to Join the Faculty Writing Retreat on 1/10-1/11

Start 2018 off right with an opportunity to catch up on your writing.  The Faculty Writing Retreat provides full-time and part-time faculty, along with Ph.D. candidates and post-doctoral students, with two days of uninterrupted time to work in a dedicated space with food and refreshment provided.  The Writing Retreat will be “open” from 8 a.m. – … Read more of Faculty Invited to Join the Faculty Writing Retreat on 1/10-1/11

Join us on 11/28 for a Conversation on Early American Leadership

The Leadership Institute will host Dr. Andrew Shankman, Associate Professor of History, for a discussion on his new book, Original Intents: Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison, and the American Founding.  The free event will take place on Tuesday, November 28th, at 3 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Raptor Roost.  Signed books will be available for purchase at the … Read more of Join us on 11/28 for a Conversation on Early American Leadership

Patrick Rosal Receives the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize

Patrick Rosal, Associate Professor of Creative Writing and English, has received the Academy of American Poets‘ Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize for his book, Brooklyn Antediluvian (Persea Books, 2016).  Established in 1994, this award “recognizes the most outstanding book of poetry published in the United States in the previous year.”