Faculty Research Week Begins Nov. 26

The Office of the Chancellor presents Faculty Research Week, beginning November 26, with the Chancellor’s New Faculty Research Symposium. The event begins at 11:30 a.m. in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room. The following Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden faculty will present: Dr. Craig Agule, Assistant Professor of Philosophy; Dr. Nathan Fried, Assistant Professor of Biology;  … Continue reading Faculty Research Week Begins Nov. 26

Dr. Chinyere Osuji Discusses Her Research on Race on Nov. 14

Dr. Chinyere Osuji, Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice, will discuss her research on black-white interracial couples and the meaning of race in the twenty-first century as part of the Research Bites Series, on Wednesday, November 14, from 11:20 a.m. – 12:20 p.m., in the Campus Center’s Executive Meeting Room. This … Continue reading Dr. Chinyere Osuji Discusses Her Research on Race on Nov. 14

“Ambivalent Europeans” Lecture Scheduled for Oct. 11

The Exploring Interdisciplinary Global Studies Project will host a lecture by Dr. Marina Mikhaylova, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Temple University, on Thursday, October 11. Dr. Mikhaylova will present, “Ambivalent Europeans: Global Processes Through the Lens of Youth Projects,” which will examine the challenge of studying transnational processes and highlight Dr. Mikhaylova’s approach that considered … Continue reading “Ambivalent Europeans” Lecture Scheduled for Oct. 11

Arch Street Project Continues Work, Gains Collaborators

National Forensic Science week comes to a close on September 22, and the activity surrounding forensic science on the Rutgers–Camden campus has never been busier.  The Arch Street Project, the recovery and analysis of human remains uncovered during a construction project in Old City Philadelphia in 2017, has been growing in both its scope of work … Continue reading Arch Street Project Continues Work, Gains Collaborators

Join us Sept. 13 for a Panel Discussion on Child Separations at the Border

On Thursday, September 13, the Department of Philosophy and Religion and the Exploring Interdisciplinary Global Studies Project will host a panel discussion regarding legal, international, psychological, and historical issues raised by the recent news of refugee and migrant children being separated from their families at the southern border. The faculty panelists include: Dr. John Wall, … Continue reading Join us Sept. 13 for a Panel Discussion on Child Separations at the Border

Announcement of Faculty Promotions and Tenure Appointments

Congratulations to the following faculty members who received promotions and tenure appointments approved by the Board of Governors at a meeting on Tuesday, April 10th: Department of Chemistry Dr. Catherine Grgicak – Associate Professor (reappointment with tenure) Department of Economics Dr. Noha Emara – Associate Professor Department of Philosophy Dr. Eric Chwang – Associate Professor Department of … Continue reading Announcement of Faculty Promotions and Tenure Appointments

Dr. Nate Link Receives Donal MacNamara Award for Research Article

Dr. Nate Link, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, was recently honored with the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences’ (ACJS) 2018 Donal MacNamara Award for his lead-authored article in Justice Quarterly, “Can General Strain Theory Help Us Understand Violent Behaviors Among People with Mental Illnesses?” The ACJS publishes three different journals and, each year, one published … Continue reading Dr. Nate Link Receives Donal MacNamara Award for Research Article

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

Spring 2018 CURE Seminar Series Begins 1/25

Zaire Z. Dinzey-Flores, Associate Professor of Sociology and Latino and Caribbean Studies at Rutgers University, will present “The Price of Race in New Brooklyn’s Real Estate,” on Thursday, January 25th, the first installment of the Center for Urban Research and Education’s (CURE) Spring 2018 Seminar Series.   This free event is open to all.  The event … Continue reading Spring 2018 CURE Seminar Series Begins 1/25