Political Science Assistant Professor Publishes Article

Dr. WOJTEK WOLFE (assistant professor, CFAS-political science) recently published an article, “China’s Global Equity Oil Investments: Economic and Geopolitical Influences,” in the Journal of Strategic Studies.  He also co-authored a chapter, “Poland,” in the book Public Opinion and International Intervention: Lessons from the Iraq War.

Chemistry Assistant Professor Authors Article

ALEXANDER SAMOKHVALOV (assistant professor, CFAS-chemistry) authored an invited article, “Desulfurization of Real and Model Liquid Fuels Using Light: Photocatalysis and Photochemistry,” in Catalysis Reviews: Science and Engineering, a highly cited and respected scholarly publication in the field of catalysis. The article explores fundamental science and engineering efforts in the development of emerging technologies of clean … Continue reading Chemistry Assistant Professor Authors Article

Biology Assistant Professor Receives Prestigious CAREER Award

Dr. Nir Yakoby (assistant professor, CFAS-biology) has received a prestigious CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation.  The five-year award, which is reviewed and renewed annually based on the scientific progress of the project, is $686,544 and supports the project “Dynamics and Diversity of Bone Morphogenetic Protein Signaling in Epithelial Cells.” The grant will allow … Continue reading Biology Assistant Professor Receives Prestigious CAREER Award

Political Science Major Presents Study Abroad Experience

Political science major and Baron Scholarship recipient Dan Mulligan recently gave a terrific presentation about his experiences on the recent Rutgers-Camden study abroad trip to Brazil. Donor Jeff Baron (CCAS ’69, NLAW ’73) was honored at the luncheon where Dan spoke about his travel. Dan reported that he and the other students on the trip … Continue reading Political Science Major Presents Study Abroad Experience

Staff Award

NYEEMA WATSON (administrative director, CFAS-Center for Children and Childhood Studies) is an inaugural recipient of the White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellowship, supported by the C.S. Mott Foundation.  She will represent Rutgers–Camden among 15 leaders from diverse national organizations in the examination of policy matters related to afterschool and expanded learning opportunities.

Professor Publishes Article

Dr. ALAN TARR (professor II, CFAS-political science and director, Center for State Constitutional Studies) authored an article, “Contesting the Judicial Powers in the States,” in the spring 2012 edition of the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy.

Professor Displays Artwork at Solo Exhibition

Prof. LIQIN TAN (associate professor, CFAS-art) is displaying his artwork during a solo exhibition, “Primitive-Level Signals; Animation Installation with Digital Metal Prints,” at the Dalet Art Gallery in Philadelphia through June 23.  In the exhibit, the Rutgers–Camden professor uses spirit levels as a signal to describe a natural phenomenon in humans, where human brain development … Continue reading Professor Displays Artwork at Solo Exhibition