“Designer Babies” Lecture Slated for 9/15

The Henry Rutgers Term Chair for Ethics, Health, and Society and the Department of Philosophy and Religion will host “Designer Babies: Choosing Our Children’s Genes,” with guest lecturer Dr. Bonnie Steinbock, Professor Emerita of SUNY–Albany, on Friday, September 15th.  Dr. Steinbock will discuss how new technology gives us hope to one day cure or prevent … Read more of “Designer Babies” Lecture Slated for 9/15

Register Now for “Statewide Symposium on Charter Schools”

The Community Leadership Center (CLC) will host “Statewide Symposium on Charter Schools: Celebrating 20 Years of College Readiness,” on Tuesday, September 19th, from 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.  This event will feature Ronald C. Rice Jr., JD, Senior Director of Government Relations at the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.  The event location is the … Read more of Register Now for “Statewide Symposium on Charter Schools”

First CURE Seminar of Fall Semester to Take Place on 9/15

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will begin its fall season on Friday, September 15, with a presentation by Dr. Susan Clampet-Lundquist, Associate Professor of Sociology at Saint Joseph’s University.  Dr. Clampet-Lundquist will present, “‘If You Can Weather the Storm:’ Urban Inequality and the Transition to Adulthood.”  Dr. Clampet-Lundquist will discuss how, for adolescents and … Read more of First CURE Seminar of Fall Semester to Take Place on 9/15

Fall 2017 Writers in Camden Series Kicks Off Season on 9/13

The Writers House will kick off its 2017-2018 Writers in Camden series on Wednesday, September 13 with readings by Eileen Pollack and Diane Seuss.  Eileen Pollack is the author, most recently, of the novel A Perfect Life, published by Ecco/HarperCollins in 2016. Her other novels include Paradise, New York, and Breaking and Entering, which was awarded the 2012 Grub Street National Book Prize and named a New … Read more of Fall 2017 Writers in Camden Series Kicks Off Season on 9/13

Last Day to Add a Course is 9/13

The last day for students to add a course is Wednesday, September 13.  Students may add and drop courses via WebReg.  For those who need assistance, please contact the Office of the Registrar at 856-225-6053, camreg@camden.rutgers.edu, or by visiting their office on the lower level of Armitage Hall. Undergraduate students may also wish to speak with their academic adviser before … Read more of Last Day to Add a Course is 9/13

“Picturing Camden” Exhibition Now Open

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts will open its newest exhibition, “Picturing Camden,” on Monday, September 11, in the Stedman Gallery.  This exhibition is the third in a series on Camden, and will explore the neighborhoods throughout the city through new work by contemporary artists.   “Picturing Camden” will close on December 8, 2017.  Admission … Read more of “Picturing Camden” Exhibition Now Open

Diploma Application for Prospective January 2018 Grads Now Open

Students enrolled in the Graduate School–Camden, Camden College of Arts and Sciences, and University College–Camden who are planning on graduating in January 2018 must submit a Diploma Application by December 19th in order to be considered for graduation.   Undergraduates with questions about graduation may contact Assistant Dean Jennifer Thiel. Graduate students with questions about graduation may send their inquiries to Bethany … Read more of Diploma Application for Prospective January 2018 Grads Now Open

“By Ourselves” Literary Exhibit Now Open

The Writers House and the Paul Robeson Library have joined together to put on the exhibition, “By Ourselves: Rutgers Student Literary Magazines, 1923-2017.”  The exhibit, which opens on September 1st, will include work ranging from the 1920s, with the Chanticleer, a student humor magazine, to more recent publications, such as Matter, a visual art magazine, and Undiscovered, a … Read more of “By Ourselves” Literary Exhibit Now Open