Zach Wood Delivers Keynote Address at Summit in D.C.

On January 17, 2018, Zachary Wood acted as keynote speaker at the 2nd annual Advocacy Summit of the DC Alliance of Youth Advocates (DCAYA). During this summit, a variety of different youth organizations came together with one goal in mind: to further the welfare of the youth in DC. Break-out sessions saw people setting goals, … Read more of Zach Wood Delivers Keynote Address at Summit in D.C.

Math Lecture Series Continues on 2/9

Dr. Miranda Holmes-Cerfon, Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University, will present the next Math Lecture, on Friday, February 9th.  She will discuss “Kinetics of Particles with Short-range Interactions.”  This free lecture is open to all.  The event begins at 11:20 a.m. in Armitage Hall, Room 121. … Read more of Math Lecture Series Continues on 2/9

Viewing of “Timbuktu” and Panel Discussion on Feb. 12

As part of the Black History Month celebration and the twentieth anniversary of the Center for African Studies at Rutgers University, the Africana Studies Program will host a viewing of Timbuktu, a 2014 film by Abderrahmane Sissoko, and a panel discussion.  The panelists include Dr. Carolyn Brown, Professor of History at Rutgers University; Guy Weston of … Read more of Viewing of “Timbuktu” and Panel Discussion on Feb. 12

Elysian Camerata Quintet to Perform on 2/7

The Spring 2018 Mallery Concert Series will continue on Wednesday, February 7th, with a performance by the Elysian Camerata Quintet.  Dr. Joseph C. Schiavo is the Artistic Director of the Mallery Concert Series.   The event begins at 11:20 a.m. in the Mallery Room, located on the second floor of the Fine Arts Building.  Admission is free.   Free parking will … Read more of Elysian Camerata Quintet to Perform on 2/7

Pre-College Arts Program Begins 2/17

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. Available courses will be offered in animation, graphic design, oil painting, guitar and jazz studies, rock string orchestra, vocal arts, acting, filmmaking, and special effects in theater.  Classes will … Read more of Pre-College Arts Program Begins 2/17

Join us on 2/1 for the Black History Month Kick-Off and M.K. Asante Keynote Address

All are welcome to join Rutgers University–Camden on Thursday, February 1st, as the celebration of Black History Month begins.   At 12:45 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room, Sandra Turner-Barnes, a poet, fiction writer, lyricist, will present “Critical, Little Known Truths, Regarding African Enslavement within the State of New Jersey.”  Presented by the Africana Studies … Read more of Join us on 2/1 for the Black History Month Kick-Off and M.K. Asante Keynote Address

Dr. Lynne Vallone Will Discuss her New Book “Big and Small” on Feb. 5

Dr. Lynne Vallone, Professor of Childhood Studies, will discuss her new book, Big and Small: A Cultural History of Extraordinary Bodies, on Monday, February 5th.  Dr. Vallone’s new book surveys the lives and contexts of both real and imagined persons with extraordinary bodies from the seventeenth century to the present day through close examinations of art, … Read more of Dr. Lynne Vallone Will Discuss her New Book “Big and Small” on Feb. 5

Violinist Gabriel Schaff to Perform on 1/31

The Spring 2018 Mallery Concert Series will continue on Wednesday, January 31st, with a performance by violinist Gabriel Schaff.  Dr. Joseph C. Schiavo is the Artistic Director of the Mallery Concert Series.   The event begins at 11:20 a.m. in the Mallery Room, located on the second floor of the Fine Arts Building.  Admission is free.   Free parking will be … Read more of Violinist Gabriel Schaff to Perform on 1/31