Faculty Achievements

Dr. BENEDETTO PICCOLI (Joseph and Loretta Lopez Chair in Mathematics, CFAS) has been named a fellow of the prestigious American Mathematical Society for his outstanding scholarly contributions to advance the discipline. Dr. CATI COE (associate professor, CFAS-anthropology) delivered a paper, “Keeping Their Children by Sending Them ‘Home’: The Transnational Parenting Strategies of Ghanaian Migrants,” as … Continue reading Faculty Achievements

Support for Students Affected by Hurricane Sandy

We realize that some of our students have been negatively effected by the recent hurricane. We are here to help if you need help. For help with academic issues with your classes contact: Associate Dean Tyler Hoffmanthoffman@camden.rutgers.edu For help with housing or financial aid issues contact:  Tom DiValerio, Dean of Studentstdivaler@camden.rutgers.edu(856) 225-6050 or Irene Ulrich, … Continue reading Support for Students Affected by Hurricane Sandy

Ph.D. Student Presents Poster

Ashley E. Nickels, a Ph.D. student in Public Affairs, presented a poster on “Threat to Urban Democracy? Principal State Takeover and Civic Engagement” at the annual Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) 2012 Fall Research Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. Click here to view the interview with Ms. Nickels at the conference.

Dr. Samokhvalov Presented at 2012 AIChE

Dr. ALEXANDER SAMOKHVALOV (assistant professor, CFAS-chemistry) has given the research presentation “Molecular Reaction Networks of Photocatalytic and Photochemical Reactions of Platform Phenolic Compounds From Lignin” at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) in Pittsburgh, PA, USA on October 30, 2012. He has also given another research presentation, “Kinetics and … Continue reading Dr. Samokhvalov Presented at 2012 AIChE

Rutgers Hurricane Sandy Relief Effort

As New Jersey continues to deal with the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy, members of the Rutgers community are organizing and finding ways to help heal our great state and surrounding communities. Please click here to learn more

Gloria Bonilla-Santiago Receives Award

Gloria Bonilla-Santiago, professor in the Department of Public Policy and Administration, Rutgers–Camden, is the principal investigator of an award totaling $1,012,794. The program titled Early Childhood Pre-School Program is being supported by the Camden Board of Education. Learn more about Professor Bonilla-Santiago here.