The Student Works Gallery Exhibits “From Philly to Lawnside: The Work of Bernard Collins Jr.” Through Feb. 28

The Student Works Gallery is currently showing “From Philly to Lawnside: The Work of Bernard Collins Jr.” from now until February 28. This show is free and open to the public.  The Student Works Gallery (SWG) at Rutgers University–Camden is an art gallery showcasing diverse contemporary exhibitions of current students. The goal is to provide … Continue reading The Student Works Gallery Exhibits “From Philly to Lawnside: The Work of Bernard Collins Jr.” Through Feb. 28

Join RUC Driving Change Initiative for a “Charting a Pathway to an Inclusive STEM Education at Rutgers-Camden” Workshop Series

Join the Rutgers–Camden Driving Change Initiative at any of our upcoming workshops listed below. All workshops take place during the free period in the Campus Center Multi-Purpose Room and will include a free lunch! Registration is required at https://go.rutgers.edu/dc-workshops.   IVING CHANG PARKING AVAILABLE: If you require parking and do not have a Rutgers parking … Continue reading Join RUC Driving Change Initiative for a “Charting a Pathway to an Inclusive STEM Education at Rutgers-Camden” Workshop Series

Dr. Ana Laguna to receive the Luis Murillo Award for Best Article of the Year

Dr. Ana Laguna, professor of Early Modern Spanish Literature at Rutgers–Camden’s Department of World Languages and Cultures, has been named the recipient of the “Luis Murillo Award for Best Article of the Year” from Cervantes Society of America for her essay on Cervantes and Caribbean colonialism “Sancho Panza and the ‘Islas Inútiles.”  The Award ceremony … Continue reading Dr. Ana Laguna to receive the Luis Murillo Award for Best Article of the Year

Join the Driving Change Watch Party on Feb. 1

The Rutgers-Camden Driving Change Initiative, which strives “to drive genuine and lasting cultural change on our campus so that STEM undergraduate students from all backgrounds, particularly those who belong to historically excluded groups, will excel and graduate from college, will be well prepared to pursue advanced degrees, and will eventually assume leadership roles,” will host … Continue reading Join the Driving Change Watch Party on Feb. 1

Violinists Gabriel Schaff and Emilie-Anne Gendron Perform Feb. 1

The Spring 2023 Mallery Concert Series begins on Wednesday, February 1, with a performance by violinists Gabriel Schaff and Emilie-Anne Gendron. The concert begins at 11:20 a.m. in the Mallery Room of the Fine Arts Building.  The Mallery Concert Series is presented by the Department of Visual, Media, and Performing Arts. Dr. Joseph C. Schiavo is the Artistic Director of … Continue reading Violinists Gabriel Schaff and Emilie-Anne Gendron Perform Feb. 1

Join us Jan. 18 for the Spring Campus Involvement Fair

Join the Office of Student Involvement and Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs for the Spring 2023 Campus Involvement Fair where you can learn all about student organizations on campus and take the next step in your involvement journey at Rutgers-Camden!  Meet and speak with student leaders to find your home on campus.  Who knows, … Continue reading Join us Jan. 18 for the Spring Campus Involvement Fair

Writers in Camden Welcomes Amy Small-McKinney and Anthony Cappo on Feb. 16

The Writers House will continue its Spring 2023 Writers in Camden Series on Thursday, February 16, with readings by author and poet Anthony Cappo, and Amy Small-McKinney, a poet, teacher, and editor. This free event runs from 7 – 8:00 PM EST and registration is required. The location is the S. ABC Conference Room in the Campus … Continue reading Writers in Camden Welcomes Amy Small-McKinney and Anthony Cappo on Feb. 16

Spring Semester 2023 Health and Well-Being Protocols

The university continues to monitor all relevant health and safety issues, specifically COVID-19, Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), and Influenza (Flu), and I want to remind you of the important health and safety protocols that remain in effect across the university.    COVID-19 Vaccine and Boosters: All students and employees who have not been granted a … Continue reading Spring Semester 2023 Health and Well-Being Protocols

“The Moors” Opens Feb. 9

The Department of Visual, Media, and Performing Arts presents “The Moors,” written by Jen Silverman, from February 9 – 12, 2023. The production is directed by Damon Bonetti, Lecturer of Theater.  Thursday-Saturday at 7:30 pm, Sunday at 2:00 pm  High School Matinee Performance: Friday, February 10, at 10:00 am  Walter K. Gordon Theater  Tickets are $15 … Continue reading “The Moors” Opens Feb. 9