Be An Archaeologist on 11/8 for Open Archaeology Day

Join forensic archaeologist and part-time lecturer Ms. Kimberlee Moran and members of her “Doing Archaeology in South Jersey” class this Saturday, November 8th, for a day of digging at their Pilesgrove excavation site.  Open Archaeology Day is co-sponsored by Rutgers University–Camden and the Fredric Rieders Family Renaissance Foundation, and will give the public a chance to learn about … Continue reading Be An Archaeologist on 11/8 for Open Archaeology Day

Rutgers University–Camden Students Conduct Archaeological Dig in Pilesgrove, NJ

On a recent Friday morning, Rutgers University–Camden students were hard at work, fully engaged in the project presented to them by their instructor, Ms. Kimberlee Moran, a part-time lecturer with the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice.  The students, however, were neither in a classroom nor lab, nor holding a textbook or laptop; rather, … Continue reading Rutgers University–Camden Students Conduct Archaeological Dig in Pilesgrove, NJ

“Doing Archaeology in South Jersey” Course to be Offered Fall 2014

This fall, instructor Kimberlee Moran of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice will offer a special topics anthropology course called “Doing Archaeology in South Jersey,” which will introduce students to the theory and practice of archaeological excavation through field experience at a site called “Whispering Woods” in Pilesgrove, New Jersey, located in Salem … Continue reading “Doing Archaeology in South Jersey” Course to be Offered Fall 2014

Join Us for the Criminal Justice Urban Research Speaker Series on 4/10

On Thursday, April 10th, Dr. Susan Clampet-Lundquist, Associate Professor of Sociology at St. Joseph’s University, will present “The Sliding Scale of Snitching: A Qualitative Examination of Snitching in Three Philadelphia Communities,” as part of the Graduate Program in Criminal Justice Urban Research Speakers Series. This event will take place from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. … Continue reading Join Us for the Criminal Justice Urban Research Speaker Series on 4/10

Congratulations to FASC Promoted and Reappointed Faculty!

The Board of Governors approved the following promotions and tenure appointments at their meeting on Tuesday, April 1st: Dr. Daniel Cook – Promoted to Professor I of Childhood Studies Dr. William FitzGerald – Promoted to Associate Professor of English Dr. Keith Green – Promoted to Associate Professor of English Dr. Katrina Hazzard-Donald – Promoted to … Continue reading Congratulations to FASC Promoted and Reappointed Faculty!

Chancellor’s Faculty Research Day To Be Held on 2/27

Join us on Thursday, February 27th, at 3 p.m. for the Chancellor’s Faculty Research Day!  Among the Faculty of Arts and Sciences-Camden faculty who will be participating in this event are: Dr. Grace Brannigan, Assistant Professor of Physics; Dr. Aaron Hostetter, Assistant Professor of English; and Dr. Joan Mazelis, Assistant Professor of Sociology. This event … Continue reading Chancellor’s Faculty Research Day To Be Held on 2/27

Join us for CareerQuest on 2/21!

On Friday, February 21st, the Career Center and the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice will sponsor “CareerQuest,” an event which features alumni who have enjoyed successful careers.  The event begins at 12:30 p.m. in the Law School Faculty Lounge (Room E403). Participants must register in advance.

Learn How to Succeed With Your Liberal Arts Degree

Dr. Michael Edmondson will present “Surfing the Chaotic Ocean: How to Succeed with your Liberal Arts Degree,” a conversation about careers for liberal arts majors, on Wednesday, November 20th, during the free period, in Armitage 121. This event is sponsored by the Department of English.

New Faculty Member Dr. Chinyere Osuji Receives Honor

Dr. Chinyere Osuji, who joins the Faculty of Arts and Sciences in September as an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice,  has received an Emerging Diversity Scholar citation from the University of Michigan’s National Center for Institutional Diversity (NCID).