Beginning July 1, Dr. Stephen Danley to Lead CURE; Dr. Jillian Sayre to Direct MARCH

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden would like to welcome Dr. Stephen Danley, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Administration, to his new role of director of the Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE). Dr. Danley will assume the role on July 1, 2023. Dr. Danley has been at Rutgers–Camden since 2013. His research … Continue reading Beginning July 1, Dr. Stephen Danley to Lead CURE; Dr. Jillian Sayre to Direct MARCH

Lees Seminar Concludes April 14 with “The Socialist Lives of Angela Davis”

The Department of History will conclude its Lees Seminar Series for the 2022-2023 academic year on Friday, April 14. Kimberly St. Julian-Varnon, PhD candidate at the University of Pennsylvania, will present “The Socialist Lives of Angela Davis: An Afro-Pessimist Reading of Blackness in the Soviet Union.” Dr. Maxim Matusevich of Seton Hall University will offer the … Continue reading Lees Seminar Concludes April 14 with “The Socialist Lives of Angela Davis”

Canceled: Join us April 13 for the CURE Seminar “Young, Gifted, and Diverse” with Dr. Camille Z. Charles

This event has been canceled.  The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will continue its seminar series on Thursday, April 13, 2023 with a presentation by Dr. Camille Z. Charles, Walter H. and Leonore C. Annenberg Professor in the Social Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Charles will present “Young, Gifted, and Diverse.”  This … Continue reading Canceled: Join us April 13 for the CURE Seminar “Young, Gifted, and Diverse” with Dr. Camille Z. Charles

Congratulations to Student Recipients of Chancellor’s Grants!

Congratulations to the doctoral students who received the Chancellor’s Dissertation Completion Award: Vedangi Hambardikar (Computational Biology and Integrative Biology) Advised by Dr. Maria Solesio: Role of mitochondrial inorganic polyphosphate in maintaining mitochondrial physiology in Huntington’s Disease  Anna Perry (Childhood Studies) Advised by Dr. Lauren Silver: The problem with being accommodated: disabled students’ experience navigating accommodations … Continue reading Congratulations to Student Recipients of Chancellor’s Grants!

The Lees Seminar Series Continues March 3 with “May Day: Poverty and Rent Distraint in Early Republic New York”

The Department of History will continue its Lees Seminar Series for the 2022-2023 academic year on Friday, March 3. Dr. Kristin O’Brassill-Kulfan of Rutgers–New Brunswick will present, “May Day: Poverty and Rent Distraint in Early Republic New York.” Dr. Andrew Shankman, Professor of History at Rutgers–Camden, will give the comment.  This in-person event begins at 4 p.m. on … Continue reading The Lees Seminar Series Continues March 3 with “May Day: Poverty and Rent Distraint in Early Republic New York”

Join us Dec. 8 for the Final CURE Seminar of the Fall Semester

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will continue its seminar series on Thursday, December 8, with a presentation by Dr. Yoonhwan Park, Visiting Scholar. Dr. Park will present, “Comparison of urban problems between Korea and the United States through quantitative data analysis.”  This event will take place on Thursday, December 8, at 12:30 p.m., … Continue reading Join us Dec. 8 for the Final CURE Seminar of the Fall Semester

Join CURE on Nov. 10 for “The Whole-Home Repair Program” Presentation by State Senator Nikil Saval

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will continue its seminar series on Thursday, November 10, with a presentation by State Senator Nikil Saval, who represents the First Senate District in the Pennsylvania legislature, where he serves as Democratic Chair of the Senate’s Urban Affairs and Housing Committee. Senator Saval will present, “The Whole-Home Repair … Continue reading Join CURE on Nov. 10 for “The Whole-Home Repair Program” Presentation by State Senator Nikil Saval

Join CURE on October 13 for a Lecture by Mustafa Saqib

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will continue its seminar series on Thursday, October 13, with a presentation by Mustafa Saqib, a Visiting Research Scholar at Rutgers-Camden, supported by the IIE Scholar Rescue Fund. Professor Saqib will present, “Lessons Learned from Democratization (State-building) Efforts in Afghanistan: The Divide between Urban-Rural Politics.” This event will … Continue reading Join CURE on October 13 for a Lecture by Mustafa Saqib

Eagleton Undergraduate Associates Program Application Open through October 24

Build knowledge, skills, and networks for political, government, and community engagement. Apply now for the Eagleton Undergraduate Associates program.  The Eagleton Undergraduate Associates Program is a selective three-semester interdisciplinary certificate for juniors from ALL Rutgers schools and campus locations. Associates learn about political power and decision-making while honing their leadership and professional skills through a … Continue reading Eagleton Undergraduate Associates Program Application Open through October 24

Welcome to our New Faculty Members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden!

2022-2023 FASC New Full-Time Faculty   Valerie N. Adams-Bass Title/Rank: Assistant Professor Department: Childhood Studies Dr. Valerie Adams-Bass joins us from the University of Virginia, School of Education of Education and Human Development, where she served as an Assistant Professor of Youth and Social Innovation since 2016. Dr. Adams-Bass earned her doctorate in interdisciplinary studies … Continue reading Welcome to our New Faculty Members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden!