Dr. Robert Emmons, the associate director of the FASC Digital Studies Center, which will open this academic year, worked as a Rotary Peace Fellow in Bangkok, Thailand, over the summer. Check out the video he made about his experience abroad!
Wouldn’t you love to curl up with a good book? In honor of next week’s reading, which will feature Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing Lauren Grodstein and Graduate School-Camden alumna Chinelo Okparanta, we are giving away a copy of Ms. Grodstein’s new novel, The Explanation for Everything, and Ms. Okparanta’s new short story … Continue reading Win a copy of Lauren Grodstein’s new novel or Chinelo Okparanta’s new collection of short stories!…
Rutgers-Camden begins the 2013-2014 Writers in Camden series on September 11th, with readings by Lauren Grodstein, Associate Professor of Creative Writing and English, and Graduate School-Camden alumna Chinelo Okparanta. This reading series, made possible in part by funding from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), is free and open to the public. Readings start … Continue reading Rutgers–Camden to Host Writers in Camden Series; First Readings Set for Sept. 11…
Dr. Desmond Lun, Associate Professor of Computer Science and chair of the Department of Computer Science, and Min Kyung Kim, a doctoral student in computational and integrative biology, are using a cell’s genes to research the way cells react with chemicals. Read the full article at NewsNow.
Dr. Janet Golden, Professor of History, recently wrote an article titled “‘Modern Medical Science and the Divine Providence of God’: Rethinking the Place of Religion in Postwar U.S. Medical History,” which examines how many parents who experienced the death of children during the postwar period relied heavily on religion to help make sense of the … Continue reading Dr. Janet Golden Pens Article on the Place of Religion in American Medical History…
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).
In Dr. Lee’s classes, “undergraduate students learn how real research is designed and executed. By the time they leave the lab, they become fellow researchers.”
We welcome Dr. Adam Okulicz-Kozaryn, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, to the Rutgers-Camden Arts and Sciences community!
We welcome Dr. Babu Dasari, Instructor of Economics, to the Rutgers-Camden Arts and Sciences community!
We welcome Dr. Louis Tuthill, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, to the Rutgers-Camden Arts and Sciences community!