CURE Will Host the Virtual Roundtable “Bandos, Symbolism, and Placemaking in Camden, New Jersey” on March 25

On Thursday, March 25, join the Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) for a virtual roundtable discussion, “Bandos, Symbolism, and Placemaking in Camden, New Jersey.”  Panelists will include Dr. Mercy Romero, Associate Professor of American Literature and American Studies at Sonoma State University; Rev. PJ Craig, Senior Pastor at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church of … Continue reading CURE Will Host the Virtual Roundtable “Bandos, Symbolism, and Placemaking in Camden, New Jersey” on March 25

Join the Writers House March 25th for Veterans’ Families, Veterans’ Selves: A Discussion

The Writers House invites you to the program “Veterans’ Families, Veterans’ Selves: A Discussion,” which will focus on literary work which focuses on veterans’ issues for a discussion about the impact of service on families. The event will feature poet Jehanne Dubrow, medical anthropologist and folklorist Gala True, Army veteran Joe Nygard, and his mother Nancy … Continue reading Join the Writers House March 25th for Veterans’ Families, Veterans’ Selves: A Discussion

The Writers House will Present a Publishing Panel on March 24

The Writers in Camden Series, sponsored by the Writers House, will return on Wednesday, March 24 with its annual Publishing Panel. This virtual event will begin at 7 p.m. Registration is required. The panelists include: Selena Beaumont, Pande Literary  After graduating with a degree in English Literature from Queens College, Selena Beaumont spent several years at esteemed … Continue reading The Writers House will Present a Publishing Panel on March 24

Join us March 22 for “Embodied Language, Embodied Learning: Incorporating Gesture and Kinesthetics”

The 12th Master of Arts in Teaching Spanish Webinar Series in Applied Linguistics begins on Monday, March 22, with a presentation by Benjamin White of Saint Michael’s College. Dr. White will present, “Embodied Language, Embodied Learning: Incorporating Gesture and Kinesthetics.” This virtual event begins at 5 p.m. via Zoom. Please contact Dr. Próspero García for … Continue reading Join us March 22 for “Embodied Language, Embodied Learning: Incorporating Gesture and Kinesthetics”

Spring Break Begins March 13

Spring Break begins Saturday, March 13 and ends Sunday, March 21. During the week of Spring Break classes will not be in session, but university offices will continue to be operational. Classes resume Monday, March 22. 

Film Professor Matthew Sorrento Interviews Film Critic Alexandra Heller-Nicholas on her Book “1000 Women in Horror”

It’s no surprise that fans of genre film have sought out resources to aid in their quarantine viewing at home. Australian film critic Alexandra Heller-Nicholas has delivered a fresh topic to fill that need with her expansive book from 2020, 1000 Women in Horror (BearManor Media). Quite appropriately, she finds a tone in her writing … Continue reading Film Professor Matthew Sorrento Interviews Film Critic Alexandra Heller-Nicholas on her Book “1000 Women in Horror”

Registration Open for Third Scarlet Scholar Series Lecture with Dr. Nathan Fried

Join us Thursday, April 1, for the Third Scarlet Scholars Lecture, featuring Dr. Nathan Fried, Assistant Teaching Professor of Biology. Dr. Fried will present, “How the Body Language of a Mouse May Help Us Find New Pain Medicine that’s Safer than Opioids.”  All are welcome to attend this virtual lecture. The event will begin at … Continue reading Registration Open for Third Scarlet Scholar Series Lecture with Dr. Nathan Fried

Dr. Richard Harris, Professor Emeritus, to Present the Annual Baron Lecture on March 30

Dean Howard Marchitello and the Department of Political Science invite the community to attend the thirteenth annual presentation of the Jacob Abraham and Mildred Amelia Baron Lecture Series on Tuesday, March 30, at 12:45 p.m. Dr. Richard Harris, Professor Emeritus, will present “A House Divided: Nationalism and the Three-Faces of Legitimacy in America.”  Registration is … Continue reading Dr. Richard Harris, Professor Emeritus, to Present the Annual Baron Lecture on March 30

Register Now for “Communal Coping: Implications for Relationships and Health”

The Health Sciences Center will host Vicki Helgeson, Ph.D., a faculty member in the Department of Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University on Tuesday, March 30, at 12:45 p.m. Dr. Helgeson will discuss, “Communal Coping: Implications for Relationships and Health.”  Registration is required to receive the Zoom link.