MARCH Presents The State of History in the National Parks

Join Rutgers-Camden’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) on November 6th for Scholarships and Partnerships: The State of History in the National Parks.   The program will be from 1:30 p.m. – 5 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room. Dr. Charlene Mires, Associate Professor of History and Director of MARCH, will be among the … Read more of MARCH Presents The State of History in the National Parks

Ph.D. Student Earns Eagleton Governor’s Executive Fellowship

Spencer Clayton, a doctoral student in the public affairs program, has been named a recipient of the Eagleton Governor’s Executive Fellowship for 2013-2014.  This fellowship awards deserving Rutgers graduate students “with the opportunity to further their understanding of government, public affairs, and the practice of politics, and connect the fellowship experience to their chosen field of study.”    Learn more … Read more of Ph.D. Student Earns Eagleton Governor’s Executive Fellowship

The Office of Academic Advising Hosts Web Registration Workshops

The Office of Academic Advising will host web registration workshops the week of October 28th.  The schedule is below:   Monday, October 28th – 12:15 p.m. in the Campus Center’s N. Conference Room Monday, October 28th – 5 p.m. in the Campus Center’s N. Conference Room Tuesday, October 29th – 12:25 p.m. in the Campus Center’s N. Conference Room Tuesday, … Read more of The Office of Academic Advising Hosts Web Registration Workshops

The Dream Share Project Comes to Rutgers-Camden

On Monday, October 28th, Chip Hiden of the Dream Share Project will come to Rutgers-Camden to share his inspirational message “How to Build Dreams and Make a Living Doing What You Love.” Come to this free event during the free period in the Campus Center W. ABC Conference Room.

History Professor to Lecture on “Consuming War”

Dr. Kate Epstein, Assistant Professor of History, will present “Consuming War,” a lecture that will draw on the work featured in the current Stedman Gallery exhibition “(re)collecting, (re)constructing,” and will discuss how modern US warfare depends upon technology and consumerism.  The lecture will take place on Wednesday, October 23rd, at 12:15 p.m. in the Stedman … Read more of History Professor to Lecture on “Consuming War”

The Office of Academic Advising Hosts Degree Navigator Workshops

The Office of Academic Advising will host Degree Navigator workshops the week of October 21st.  The schedule is below:   Monday, October 21st – 12:15 p.m. in the Campus Center’s N. Conference Room Tuesday, October 22nd – 12:25 p.m. in the Campus Center’s N. Conference Room Tuesday, October 22nd – 5 p.m. in BSB Room … Read more of The Office of Academic Advising Hosts Degree Navigator Workshops

Artists Scott Pellnat and Allen C. Topolski Participate in a Roundtable Lecture

Artists Scott Pellnat and Allen C. Topolski, whose work is currently on display in the Stedman Gallery as part of the exhibit (re)collecting, (re)constructing, will participate in a roundtable lecture on Thursday, October 17th, at 5 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre.  The lecture will be moderated by Dr. Cyril Reade, Associate Professor of Art … Read more of Artists Scott Pellnat and Allen C. Topolski Participate in a Roundtable Lecture

Rutgers-Camden Breaks Ground on New Nursing and Science Building

On Wednesday, October 16th, at 3:30 p.m., Rutgers-Camden hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Nursing and Science Building, which will be Rutgers-Camden first new academic building since the 2008 construction of the Law School East building.  New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Rutgers University President Robert Barchi joined us for the groundbreaking. The $62.5 million … Read more of Rutgers-Camden Breaks Ground on New Nursing and Science Building