Mallery Concert Series Summer Season Continues on July 3

Join us Wednesday, July 3, with the Annual Trautenberg Memorial Concert performed by pianist Andrew Willis.  Dr. Joseph C. Schiavo is the Artistic Director of the Mallery Concert Series.   The event begins at noon in the Mallery Room, located on the second floor of the Fine Arts Building.  Admission is free.   Free parking will be … Continue reading Mallery Concert Series Summer Season Continues on July 3

Mallery Concert Series Begins Summer Season on June 26 with the Atlantic City Jazz Band

The Summer 2019 Mallery Concert Series begins on Wednesday, June 26, with a performance by the Atlantic City Jazz Band. 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 … Continue reading Mallery Concert Series Begins Summer Season on June 26 with the Atlantic City Jazz Band

Diploma Application for Prospective August 2019 Graduates is Open

Students enrolled in the Graduate School–Camden, Camden College of Arts and Sciences, and University College–Camden who are planning on graduating in October 2019 (graduate students) or August 2019 (undergraduate students) must submit a Diploma Application by August 15 in order to be considered for graduation.  The Diploma Application will open June 3.  Undergraduates with questions about graduation … Continue reading Diploma Application for Prospective August 2019 Graduates is Open

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”

Congratulations to our Student Award Recipients!

On Thursday, May 16, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden will host its annual Arts and Sciences Honors Convocation, where over 100 Camden College of Arts and Sciences and University College–Camden students will be honored.  Students will receive awards from the Alumni Association, Student Affairs, and our academic departments and programs.  We want to offer our … Continue reading Congratulations to our Student Award Recipients!

Join us May 15 for a Math Seminar Honoring Josephine Johansen

The Department of Mathematical Sciences will continue its free Math Seminar Series on Wednesday, May 15, at 12 p.m. in Armitage Hall, Room 121. Dr. Sommer Gentry, Professor of Mathematics at the US Naval Academy, will present, “Faster, Safer, Healthier with Operations Research.” This special math seminar will honor Josephine Johansen, Assistant Teaching Professor, who will retire after thirty years … Continue reading Join us May 15 for a Math Seminar Honoring Josephine Johansen

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

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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