“Sounds of the UK” Comes to Rutgers-Camden

On Tuesday, November 12th, join us for the next installment of the Electric Café series.  The concert, “Sounds from the UK,” will feature music from Neal Farwell, Adrian Moore, and Rutgers-Camden’s Mark Zaki, Assistant Professor of Music. The concert is free, and will be held in the Stedman Gallery during the free period.

Rutgers-Camden Theater Program Presents “You Can’t Take It With You”

The Rutgers–Camden Theater Program kicks off their 2013-2014 Season with a production of George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart’s classic comedy, You Can’t Take It With You. Performances will run from Wednesday, November 13th through Sunday, November 17th at 7:30pm in the Walter K. Gordon Theater located on the Rutgers–Camden Campus. There will also be … Read more of Rutgers-Camden Theater Program Presents “You Can’t Take It With You”

Professor Lisa Zeidner Will Give a Free Reading of Her Most Recent Novel, Love Bomb

Lisa Zeidner, Professor of English and Creative Writing, will give a free reading of her most recent novel, Love Bomb, on Monday, November 11th, from 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m., in Armitage Hall Room 121.  Ms. Zeidner will also talk about the process of researching and writing the novel. Ms. Zeidner has published five novels, … Read more of Professor Lisa Zeidner Will Give a Free Reading of Her Most Recent Novel, Love Bomb

Three Political Science Honors Students Attend NJ Chamber of Commerce Legislative and Business Awards Dinner

Three Political Science Honors students in a seminar on Business and Government, Rachelle Rankin, Howard Robertson and Tamari Ramishvili were able to attend the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce Legislative and Business Awards Dinner on October 9, 2013. They heard commentary on business and government cooperation from awardees State Senators Fred Madden (D) and … Read more of Three Political Science Honors Students Attend NJ Chamber of Commerce Legislative and Business Awards Dinner

“Reel Vulnerabilty”: Rutgers-Camden Presents a Lecture on Gender in American Film and TV

Dr. Sarah Hagelin from the University of Colorado-Denver will lecture on “Power, Pain, and Gender in Contemporary American Film and Television” on Thursday, November 14th, from 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., in Armitage Hall, Room 121.  The subject matter is the topic of Dr. Hagelin’s forthcoming book from Rutgers University Press. This event is sponsored … Read more of “Reel Vulnerabilty”: Rutgers-Camden Presents a Lecture on Gender in American Film and TV

From Potential to Promise: Learn About Rutgers-Camden’s Greatest Successes!

On Wednesday, November 6th, Dr. Rajiv Gandhi, Associate Professor of Computer Science, will present “From Potential to Promise: Developing Scholars, One Eureka Moment at a Time.”  His lecture will focus on some of Rutgers-Camden’s brightest students, and their remarkable achievements in the face of overwhelming odds. His presentation will begin at 12:15 p.m., and will … Read more of From Potential to Promise: Learn About Rutgers-Camden’s Greatest Successes!

CURE Presents “Concentration of Poverty in the New Millennium”

Dr. Paul Jargowsky, Professor of Public Policy and Administration and Director of the Center of Urban Research and Education (CURE), will lecture on “Concentration of Poverty in the New Millennium” at the next CURE seminar.  (See below for an abstract of the talk.)  The event will be on Wednesday, November 6th, in the Campus Center’s … Read more of CURE Presents “Concentration of Poverty in the New Millennium”

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Day with Rutgers-Camden!

The Community Leadership Council (CLC) will present Rutgers-Camden’s first Hispanic Heritage Day on Friday, November 1st, starting with a panel presentation at 10 a.m., and lunch and dialogue at 12 p.m.  The event will be held in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room. The panel topic is “Latino Americans and How Their Legacy Has Shaped the Nation.”  … Read more of Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Day with Rutgers-Camden!

Join us for Rutgers-Camden Biology Day on November 2nd!

On Saturday, November 2nd, Rutgers-Camden will host its first Biology Day, which will showcase the research conducted by the faculty and students of the Department of Biology.  This is a great opportunity for students who are interested in the sciences to learn more about the field of biology and Rutgers-Camden. The schedule of events is … Read more of Join us for Rutgers-Camden Biology Day on November 2nd!