RICK DEMIRJIAN (part-time lecturer, CFAS-history) presented a paper, “’A Paper Age’: Banks and Banking in Micropolitan America, 1783-1825,” as part of the Lees Seminar in History series at Rutgers–Camden on April 13.
Dr. CATI COE (associate professor, CFAS-anthropology) discussed how fosterage relations among transnational migrants have changed patron-client patterns in Ghana in “Global Flows of Patrons: Fosterage among Ghanaian Transnational Migrants,” at the event “Anthropologies of Africa Across Decades and Disciplines: A Day to Honor Sandra Barnes,” held by the anthropology department and African Studies Center at … Continue reading Professor Speaks at Event…
Dr. GLORIA BONILLA-SANTIAGO (Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor of Public Policy, CFAS and director, Community Leadership Center) has been elected to the Board of Trustees for Saint Peter’s College.
Prof. PAUL BERNSTEIN (associate professor, CFAS-theater) participated in a panel discussion, “Uncharted Territories,” at the 25th American Literature Association Conference in San Francisco on May 25. He delivered a video and performance presentation regarding his work and featuring excerpts from the Rutgers–Camden production of “The Passenger List.”
Sociology major Armand Basualdo has received New Hersey’s highest military honor, the New Jersey Distinguished Service Medal, in recognition of his active service in the United States Marine Corps. Tim VanLiew, an undergraduate psychology student, continues to command national attention for his abilities as a student-athlete: he earned national honors as the NCAA Division III … Continue reading Student Achievements…
Dr. Gloria Bonilla-Santiago (director, Community Leadership Center and Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor of Public Policy, CFAS) is the principal investigator on a one-year, $100,000 grant from the John E. Morgan Foundation in support of the John S. and James L. Knight Early Learning Research Academy at Rutgers–Camden. Nyeema Watson (administrative director, CFAS-Center for … Continue reading New Grants…
Becoming one of the few graduate teaching fellows at Columbia wouldn’t have been possible without the support from Rutgers-Camden for Carmen Adamucci.
“The English department continues to impress and inspire me, and I have finally found a home in an academic setting.”
Everyone should dare to dream. John C. Kendall, Rutgers-Camden class of 1980, lives his life by this adage.
RU-Camden gave Kristin Lammers an unprecedented research experience as well as lifelong memories she will always cherish.