Math Seminar on 12/15 Postponed until 1/26

The Department of Mathematical Sciences‘ Math Seminar titled “Stochastic Simulation of Multiscale Reaction-Diffusion Models via First Exit Times” with Dr. Lina Meinecke, scheduled to take place on Friday, December 15, 2017 has been postponed to Friday, January 26, 2018. The event will still take place at 11:20 a.m. in Armitage Hall, Room 123.  All are welcome to this … Read more of Math Seminar on 12/15 Postponed until 1/26

Juliana Restrepo-Sanin Will Give Free Lecture on 12/7

Juliana Restrepo-Sanin, a doctoral candidate in political science at Rutgers University’s School of Arts and Sciences in New Brunswick, will present “Violence against Women in Politics and the Law: Successes and Limitations” on Thursday, December 7th.  This free talk will begin at 12:45 p.m. and will be held in the Campus Center’s Private Dining Room.  … Read more of Juliana Restrepo-Sanin Will Give Free Lecture on 12/7

Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival Begins 12/7

The Department of Fine Arts‘ Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival begins Thursday, December 7th, with a showcase of six student-directed plays: Nightswim, directed by Jenna Sharples The Philadelphia, directed by Kimmie Starts Two Truths and a Lie, dicted by John Patouhas The Boor, directed by Eric Zavadsky Sorry, Wrong Number, directed by Hunter Smith  Evelyn Shaffer and … Read more of Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival Begins 12/7

Economics Department to Host “Speakers from the Business World’ on 11/30

The Department of Economics will host “Speakers from the Business World” on Thursday, November 30th.  Rutgers–Camden alumnus Joseph Harris, who works for the Bureau of Labor Statistics and also serves as an economics lecturer, and Dr. Selim Cakmakli, a Visiting Professor in Economics from Cukurova University in Turkey, will be the guest speakers.  Mr. Harris … Read more of Economics Department to Host “Speakers from the Business World’ on 11/30

Final CURE Seminar of Fall Semester Scheduled for 12/15

Jason Romisher, an MA candidate in the Department of History at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, will be the guest speaker at the final Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) seminar of the fall semester.  The title of his talk is “Student Activism and the Black Liberation Movement in Lawnside, New Jersey.” This … Read more of Final CURE Seminar of Fall Semester Scheduled for 12/15

Screenwriter and Producer Chad Damiani, CCAS ’95, to Lecture on 12/7

Chad Damiani, who graduated from the Camden College of Arts and Sciences in 1995, will discuss his career as a producer and screenwriter for television and film on Thursday, December 7th.  Originally a freelance journalist and professional announcer for World Championship Wrestling, Chad went on to sell four pilots to network television and write the … Read more of Screenwriter and Producer Chad Damiani, CCAS ’95, to Lecture on 12/7

Mallery Concert Series Concludes 11/29 with Soprano Heather Fetrow and Pianist Mila Henry

The Fall 2017 Mallery Concert Series will conclude its fall season on Wednesday, November 29th, with a performance soprano Heather Fetrow and pianist Mila Henry.  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. … Read more of Mallery Concert Series Concludes 11/29 with Soprano Heather Fetrow and Pianist Mila Henry

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving from the Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Office of the Dean!  Rutgers University will be closed from Thursday, November 23rd – Sunday, November 26th.  We will reopen on Monday, November 27th.  Have a safe and happy holiday!   

MAT in Spanish Lecture Series Continues 11/27

The Master of Arts in Teaching Spanish program will continue its lecture series in applied linguistics on Monday, November 27th.  José Plácido Ruiz-Campillo from Columbia University will present “Alice in Timeland: Towards an Operative Mapping of the Spanish Verbal System in the Classroom.”  The temporal value usually assigned to verb forms in Spanish hurts, rather than helps, … Read more of MAT in Spanish Lecture Series Continues 11/27