Faculty Research Week Concludes Nov. 20

The Office of the Chancellor will celebrate the research accomplishments of our campus’ faculty the week of November 18, with three events: Faculty Awardee Reception and Presentation, to take place on Monday, November 18, from 11: 30 a.m. – 1:15 p.m., in the Campus Center’s Executive Meeting Room  The following Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden faculty … Continue reading Faculty Research Week Concludes Nov. 20

Welcome, New Faculty Members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden!

  Margaret Betz Title/Rank: Assistant Teaching Professor Department: Philosophy and Religion Email address: margbetz@camden.rutgers.edu   Formerly a part-time lecturer for the Department of Philosophy and Religion, Dr. Margaret Betz now joins the faculty as an assistant teaching professor. She earned her doctorate in philosophy from Temple University in 2001. Her areas of concentration include applied … Continue reading Welcome, New Faculty Members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden!

Congrats to the Faculty who have Received Honors for Excellence in Teaching, Service, and Research

Congratulations to the following Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden faculty members who have received year-end faculty honors: Dr. Melanie Bowers, Assistant Professor of Political Science, who received the Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence for Full-Time Faculty; Mr. Paul Moré Jr., Lecturer of Mathematics, who received the Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence for Part-Time Faculty; Mr. Gregory … Continue reading Congrats to the Faculty who have Received Honors for Excellence in Teaching, Service, and Research

Film and Media Studies Lecturer Matthew Sorrento Interviews Mel Brooks Biographer Patrick McGilligan

Documenting the Funny Man: An Interview with Biographer Patrick McGilligan on Mel Brooks  By Matthew Sorrento, Film and Media Studies Lecturer, Rutgers–Camden For me, it was Blazing Saddles (1974) – an instant favorite I saw on cable TV in the 1980s. My father accidentally saw The Producers (1967) on release, never thinking that a film … Continue reading Film and Media Studies Lecturer Matthew Sorrento Interviews Mel Brooks Biographer Patrick McGilligan

CURE Seminar Series Concludes May 3 with Zachary Wood

The Center for Urban Research and Education’s (CURE) Seminar Series will conclude its spring season on Friday, May 3, with a presentation by Zachary D. Wood, Assistant Teaching Professor and Director of Urban Studies and Community Development. His research interests include issues of urban poverty and social change through civic engagement and political advocacy. Zachary’s most recent … Continue reading CURE Seminar Series Concludes May 3 with Zachary Wood

Congrats to the Recipients of the Chancellor’s Awards for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity!

Congratulations to the following Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden faculty members who have been named 2019 recipients of the Chancellor’s Awards for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity: Dr. Beth Rabinowitz, Assistant Professor of Political Science; Dr. Richard Stansfield, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice; and  Dr. Lynne Vallone, Professor of Childhood Studies  These awards will be presented during the … Continue reading Congrats to the Recipients of the Chancellor’s Awards for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity!

Electric Cafe Concludes Spring 2019 Season on Apr. 22 with Mark Zaki’s “no one can hear you dream”

The Electric Cafe Series concludes its spring season on Monday, April 22, with a free concert featuring Dr. Mark Zaki, Associate Professor of Music. A composer and violinist, as well, Dr. Zaki presents a concert of electroacoustic music and video. Featured will be the Rutgers–Camden premiere of “Windows,” a fixed-media video that features the vocal characterizations of Mr. Paul … Continue reading Electric Cafe Concludes Spring 2019 Season on Apr. 22 with Mark Zaki’s “no one can hear you dream”

Join us Apr. 22 for the Chancellor’s Spring Research Symposium

Join us on Monday, April 22, for the Chancellor’s Spring Research Symposium. This year’s topic is Research for Change: Topics in Social Justice and Public Interest. The symposium will feature five professors from the various schools across campus, all whom conduct cutting-edge research. This event, from 10:00 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room, … Continue reading Join us Apr. 22 for the Chancellor’s Spring Research Symposium

Congratulations to FASC Promoted Faculty!

The Board of Governors approved the following promotions and tenure appointments at their meeting on Tuesday, April 9: Dr. Stephen Danley – Promoted to Associate Professor of Public Policy and Administration Dr. Jinglin Fu – Promoted to Associate Professor of Chemistry Professor Gregory Pardlo – Promoted to Associate Professor of English Dr. Beth Rabinowitz – … Continue reading Congratulations to FASC Promoted Faculty!