Registration Open for Fall Pre-College Arts Program

The Department of Fine Arts presents the Pre-College Arts Program, which is comprised of eight-week courses designed for high school students and taught by university-level faculty. Courses will be offered in the following topics: animation, graphic design, ceramics, pop meets jazz, rock string orchestra, gospel choir, acting on camera, introduction to filmmaking, and film and theatrical special effects.  … Read more of Registration Open for Fall Pre-College Arts Program

History Graduate Student Sharece Blakney Finds Her Passion through Research

Sharece Blakney is a first-generation college student, and grew up expecting to simply enter the workforce upon completing high school. Yet, she took to the academic life instantly. She is on her way to completing her third degree, with plans for a fourth. College first began to factor in her thoughts when her third-grade teacher, … Read more of History Graduate Student Sharece Blakney Finds Her Passion through Research

Congratulations to our Student Award Recipients!

On Thursday, May 10th, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden will host its annual Arts and Sciences Honors Convocation, where over 95 Camden College of Arts and Sciences and University College–Camden students will be honored.  Students will receive awards from the Alumni Association, Student Affairs, and our academic departments and programs.  We want to offer our … Read more of Congratulations to our Student Award Recipients!

Join us for “Research Bites” with Dr. Sarah Allred on May 9th

Join us on Wednesday, May 9th, for the “Research Bites” series, during which you will learn about ongoing faculty research projects.  Dr. Sarah Allred, Associate Professor of Psychology, and Faculty Director of the Walter Rand Institute, will provide an overview of the Walter Rand Institute and discuss opportunities for faculty and student involvement, including a … Read more of Join us for “Research Bites” with Dr. Sarah Allred on May 9th

Senior Thesis Exhibition, “Working Out Chaotic Things” Now Open

The senior thesis exhibition, “Working Out Chaotic Things,” opens Monday, April 30th and will close on Wednesday, May 16th.  Held in the Stedman Gallery, this exhibit showcases the work of senior art students.  This free exhibit is open Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.  A closing reception will be held on Wednesday, May … Read more of Senior Thesis Exhibition, “Working Out Chaotic Things” Now Open

Last Day of Spring 2018 Classes is Apr. 30; Exams End May 9

The Spring 2018 semester is quickly drawing to a close!  The last day of classes is Monday, April 30th.  Tuesday, May 1st, and Wednesday, May 2nd, will serve as Reading Days.  Final exams begin Thursday, May 3rd, and will conclude on Wednesday, May 9th.  Students are encouraged to check the final exam schedule for dates, times, and … Read more of Last Day of Spring 2018 Classes is Apr. 30; Exams End May 9

New Course, “Globalization: Past and Present,” to Debut in Fall 2018

Students registering for Fall 2018 courses may wish to consider the new class, Globalization: Past and Present, taught by Dr. James Boucher, Assistant Professor of French.  This course fulfills the general education requirements in Global Communities, and will take place on Mondays and Wednesdays, 2:05 p.m. – 3:25 p.m., in the Business and Science Building, … Read more of New Course, “Globalization: Past and Present,” to Debut in Fall 2018

Join MARCH for a Battlefield Preservation Workshop on May 5

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) will continue its historic preservation workshops on Saturday, May 5th.  A one-day workshop focusing on “Landscapes of Conflict: Battlefield Preservation” will be held at the Historical Society of Princeton and Princeton Battlefield State Park.  Led by Ian Burrow and Wade Catts, this workshop will examine national, state, county, and municipal … Read more of Join MARCH for a Battlefield Preservation Workshop on May 5

MPA Student and EPA Employee Amanda Miles Deployed Three Times to Puerto Rico

Amanda Miles graduated from St. Norbert College in DePere Wisconsin, in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and Communications. During her time at Norbert, she worked in various roles, tutoring her fellow students in Spanish, and acting as office assistant to multiple departments. She also put in time with Literacy Green Bay, teaching English … Read more of MPA Student and EPA Employee Amanda Miles Deployed Three Times to Puerto Rico