Actor, screenwriter and director Toni Kalem talks about adaptation, novels and films – November 16

Tuesday, November 16, 4-5 PM via Zoom Registration is required for Zoom link. Please register below. Director, writer and character actress Toni Kalem was born in the suburbs of New Jersey.   Her first prominent part was in “The Wanderers” (1979), as Despie. She’s also done soap opera and TV work, and is best known for … Continue reading Actor, screenwriter and director Toni Kalem talks about adaptation, novels and films – November 16

Writers in Camden continues November 17

The Writers House will continue its Fall 2021 Writers in Camden Series on Wednesday, November 17th. Poets Eduardo Corral (Guillotine) and Safiya Sinclair (Cannibal) will read from their work.  This free event runs from 7 – 8:30 PM EST and registration is required. About the poets Eduardo C. Corral is the son of Mexican immigrants. He’s the author of Guillotine, … Continue reading Writers in Camden continues November 17

Cellist Ezgi Yargici and Violist Julian Tello to Perform on Nov. 10

The Fall 2021 Mallery Concert Series will continue on Wednesday, November 10, with a performance by cellist Ezgi Yargici and violist Julian Tello.  The concert will begin at 11:20 a.m. in the Mallery Room of the Fine Arts Building. This free performance is open to all. Registration is not required. Masks are required.  The Mallery Concert … Continue reading Cellist Ezgi Yargici and Violist Julian Tello to Perform on Nov. 10

Africana Studies Presents the Documentary “Becoming Black” on Nov. 17

As part of their All Black Lives Matter Speaker Series, the Africana Studies Program, along with the Black German Heritage and Research Association (BGHRA), will screen Ines Johnson-Spain’s autobiographical documentary Becoming Black (2019). The director will be in attendance at this event, as well.  This free, virtual event will take place on Wednesday, November 17, from 12:30 … Continue reading Africana Studies Presents the Documentary “Becoming Black” on Nov. 17

The Career Center Will Host the Internship Fair on Nov. 3

All Rutgers University students are welcome to attend the Career Center‘s Fall 2021 Internship Fair on Wednesday, November 3. Beginning at 11 a.m. in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room, students will have an opportunity to speak to and network with over 30 employers from a variety of industries. Registration is required.  Prior to attending, students and … Continue reading The Career Center Will Host the Internship Fair on Nov. 3

Senior Graduation Information Sessions Conclude Nov. 19

Camden College of Arts and Sciences and University College–Camden students planning on graduating in January 2022 or May 2022 must attend one of the upcoming Senior Graduation Information Sessions offered by the Office of Academic Advising and FASC–Office of the Dean. This session will review official certification, graduating with Latin honors, and tentative information related to … Continue reading Senior Graduation Information Sessions Conclude Nov. 19

Become a Peer Instructor for the New First Year Rutgers Experience (FYRE) Program

The Camden College of Arts and Sciences’ new First Year Rutgers Experience Program (FYRE) invites you to a special information session to learn how to become a Peer Instructor for next year’s incoming students! Tuesday, November 2 There are two sessions to choose from: 12:45 p.m. in the Campus Center’s South C Conference Room 5 … Continue reading Become a Peer Instructor for the New First Year Rutgers Experience (FYRE) Program

Join us Oct. 28 as the Artist as Activist Series Continues with Erik James Montgomery

As part of the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts‘ exhibit “A New View-Camden,” the virtual speaker series “Artist as Activist” will continue on Thursday, October 28 with photographer Erik James Montgomery, creator of the photo series “Camden Is…Bright Not Blight,” part of the “A New-View Camden” exhibit.  Kimberly Camp, multi-media artist and curator of “A New View-Camden,” will … Continue reading Join us Oct. 28 as the Artist as Activist Series Continues with Erik James Montgomery