Visit the Learning Abroad Fair on 10/24

Visit the Learning Abroad Fair on Tuesday, October 24th, from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Scarlet Lounge, and speak to faculty about the Spring 2018 courses that will feature trips to Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Cuba, England, France, Germany, Guatemala, Ireland, Israel, and South Africa.  All are welcome to attend, and registration is not … Read more of Visit the Learning Abroad Fair on 10/24

Good Luck to our Full-Time Faculty Retirees!

Congratulations to our full-time faculty who are retiring from Rutgers-University–Camden after many years of dedicated service!  We wish you the best of luck as you start this new chapter in life.  Those retiring include:  Dr. Christine Dougherty, Professor of GermanDr. Drew Humphries, Professor of Criminal JusticeDr. Andrew Lees, Distinguished Professor of HistoryDr. Geoffrey Sill, Professor … Read more of Good Luck to our Full-Time Faculty Retirees!

CURE Seminar Series to Continue on 4/8

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will host their next seminar on Friday, April 8th, at 12:15 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Executive Dining Room.  Dr. Waverly Duck, Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Pittsburgh, will discuss, “An Ethnographic Portrait of Drug Dealing and Policing in a Small Black Town.”  This … Read more of CURE Seminar Series to Continue on 4/8

CURE Seminar Series Continues 10/17

On Friday, October 17th, the Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will continues its seminar series with the presentation, “Gang Nostalgia: Generation, Authority, and the Role of History in a Chicago Gang.”  Dr. Laurence Ralph, Assistant Professor in the Departments of Anthropology and African and African American Studies at Harvard University, will be the guest … Read more of CURE Seminar Series Continues 10/17

Information/Race: A Roundtable Discussion About the Lessons Learned from Ferguson on 9/30

The Digital Studies Center will host a roundtable discussion called “Information/Race: What Ferguson can teach us about race, politics, and journalism in the Network” on Tuesday, September 30th, at 6 p.m. in Penn 401.   Richard Aregood, Visiting Professor of English, will serve as the moderator.  Panelists include: Dr. Wayne Glasker, Associate Professor of History; … Read more of Information/Race: A Roundtable Discussion About the Lessons Learned from Ferguson on 9/30