Mallery Concert Series Concludes Nov. 20 with the Carlock-Combet Duo

The Fall 2019 Mallery Concert Series concludes Wednesday, November 20, with a performance by the Carlock-Combet Duo. 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 parking will … Continue reading Mallery Concert Series Concludes Nov. 20 with the Carlock-Combet Duo

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

Fall 2019 Concert Season Continues Nov. 21

The Department of Visual, Media, and Performing Arts will host a full slate of free Fall 2019 concerts, beginning Saturday, November 9: Saturday, November 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the Walter K. Gordon Theater: The student-run Women ROCK group, under the direction of Stefán Örn Arnarson Thursday, November 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the Black Box Studio: … Continue reading Fall 2019 Concert Season Continues Nov. 21

Spring 2020 Registration Now Open

Registration for the Spring 2020 semester opens on Monday, November 4, for all graduate students and undergraduate students who have earned 90+ credits.  Registration for undergraduates with 60+ credits opens on Tuesday, November 5, and registration for all students begins Wednesday, November 6. Undergraduate students should be sure to contact the Office of Academic Advising for assistance … Continue reading Spring 2020 Registration Now Open

Registration Open 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 “Lying with Texts: The Art of Fictional Appropriations” taught by Royce Drake Four Wednesdays: October 23 and 30, and November 6 and 13 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. $200 general/$40 for Camden residents … Continue reading Registration Open for Cooper Street Writing Workshops

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!

RCCA Exhibition:”Democratic Vistas: Whitman, Body, and Soul”

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts‘ new exhibition, “Democratic Vistas: Whitman, Body, and Soul” opens May 29 at 5 p.m. as part of a larger regional program, “Whitman at 200: Art and Democracy,” which celebrates the 200th anniversary of Walt Whitman’s birth. The exhibit will feature artwork from artists such as Caroline Carlsmith, Paul Cava, John Giannotti, … Continue reading RCCA Exhibition:”Democratic Vistas: Whitman, Body, and Soul”

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