We welcome Dr. Alisa Belanger, Assistant Professor of French, to the Rutgers-Camden Arts and Sciences community!
“Rutgers-Camden’s small size and caring faculty helped me grow not only as a student but also as a person.”
“Rutgers-Camden has given me numerous opportunities to grow into a stronger, more knowledgeable student leader.”
“Helping students succeed is my primary mission.”
Congratulations to Allan Espiritu, Associate Professor of Art, whose complex weave catalog was selected for best in category at the Neenah Unshow, a national design competition! The work can currently be seen in the September issue of How Magazine. Great work, Associate Professor Espiritu! We are so proud of you! https://www.howdesign.com/design-competition-galleries/2012-neenah-unshow-competition-winners/
Prof. JILL CAPUZZO has been appointed to the full-time position of assistant instructor in the Department of English. Her courses will reflect the department’s re-configuration of its journalism program from print to digital media. She will continue to work as a staffer for The New York Times, where she writes for the Real Estate section. … Continue reading Faculty News August 22nd…
Dr. Gwendolyn Harris (director, Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs) is the principal investigator on a $16,000 grant from the Camden Board of Education supporting the “Camden City School District Elementary Secondary Counseling Program Evaluation” project.
Dr. Joseph Martin (professor, CFAS-biology and director, Center for Computational and Integrative Biology) is the principal investigator on a $91,501 grant from the National Science Foundation supporting the Q-STEP Community of Quantitative Scientists program at Rutgers–Camden.
Dr. Guy Kortsarz (professor, CFAS-computer science) is the principal investigator on a three-year, $333,884 National Science Foundation grant in support of his research project “RUI: Network Design and Facility Location Problems.”
“My interactions with graduates and undergraduates have provided me with the privilege to see these young students develop as scholars and researchers both in the classroom and laboratory.”