National Book Award Winner Dr. Haki R. Madhubuti to Speak on Campus on Oct. 4

Dr. Haki R. Madhubuti, an acclaimed poet, essayist, educator, and publisher, as well as a National Book Award recipient and founder of the Third World Press and the Institute for Positive Education, will be at Rutgers–Camden on Thursday, Oct. 4, for a public conservation with Ms. Sandra Turner Barnes, a South Jersey historian, author, and … Read more of National Book Award Winner Dr. Haki R. Madhubuti to Speak on Campus on Oct. 4

Arch Street Project Continues Work, Gains Collaborators

National Forensic Science week comes to a close on September 22, and the activity surrounding forensic science on the Rutgers–Camden campus has never been busier.  The Arch Street Project, the recovery and analysis of human remains uncovered during a construction project in Old City Philadelphia in 2017, has been growing in both its scope of work … Read more of Arch Street Project Continues Work, Gains Collaborators

Jazz Quartet Performs on Sept. 26 for Mallery Concert Series

The Fall 2018 Mallery Concert Series will begin on Wednesday, September 26, with a performance by a Jazz Quartet presented by Russell Quagliatta.  Dr. Joseph C. Schiavo is the Artistic Director of the Mallery Concert Series.   The event begins at 11:20 a.m. in the Mallery Room, located on the second floor of the Fine Arts Building.  Admission is free.   Free … Read more of Jazz Quartet Performs on Sept. 26 for Mallery Concert Series

Bioethics Center to Abortion Ethics Lecture on Sept. 28

The Bioethics Center of Rutgers–Camden will present “Five Perspectives on Abortion Ethics,” a lecture given by Dr. Don Marquis, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Kansas at Lawrence.  Dr. Marquis has written on many areas of bioethics, including the morality of abortion, conscription for medical research, and the rule that donors must be … Read more of Bioethics Center to Abortion Ethics Lecture on Sept. 28

Dept. of Mathematical Sciences Kicks Off Math Seminar Series on Sept. 28

The Department of Mathematical Sciences will continue its Math Seminar Series on Friday, September 28, at 11:20 a.m. in Armitage Hall, Room 121.  Vladimir Matveev of the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena, Germany, will present “Chains in CR geometry as geodesics of a Kropina metric.”     All are welcome to this free event. The abstract of … Read more of Dept. of Mathematical Sciences Kicks Off Math Seminar Series on Sept. 28

Senior Graduation Information Sessions Continue Through Oct. 5

Camden College of Arts and Sciences students planning on graduating in January 2019 or May 2019 are required* to attend a graduation information session.  Senior reviews, honors, and eligibility for graduation will be discussed.   Senior graduation information sessions will be offered on the following dates, times, and locations: Monday, September 24th, 11:20 a.m. – 12:20 p.m., Fine … Read more of Senior Graduation Information Sessions Continue Through Oct. 5

Join us for a Lecture about Globalization on Sept. 26

Dr. Román de la Campa, Edwin B. and Lenore R. Williams Professor of Romance Languages  at the University of Pennsylvania, will present the free lecture, “Is Globalization a Promise or a Threat?” on Wednesday, September 26.  Dr. de la Campa will attempt to periodize globalization and discuss it as an epochal concept that charts both … Read more of Join us for a Lecture about Globalization on Sept. 26

Register Now for Cooper Street Writing Workshops

This fall, the Writers House will sponsor multiple Cooper Street Writing Workshops, some in multi-session format and some that are one-day only: Multi-session Workshops “Write Like a Mother,” taught by Nancy Reddy Four Saturdays: October 27, November 3, 10, and 17 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. $180 general/$30 for Camden residents “From Video Games to … Read more of Register Now for Cooper Street Writing Workshops