The Writers House Presents “Outside the Wire” on Jan. 22

As part of Outside the Wire, an annual programming series highlighting veterans’ narratives, the Writers House is proud to present “Speaking Out About Marginalized Experiences in the Military.” This event pairs speakers whose scholarly, journalistic, or creative work concerns veterans’ experiences with the lived experiences of veterans themselves. This free event will take place on … Continue reading The Writers House Presents “Outside the Wire” on Jan. 22

Political Science Major Chika Enwereji’s Undergrad Career Sets Path for Future as Defense Attorney

Chika Enwereji was born and raised in the heart of the nation’s political environment, Washington, D.C., a factor that has inspired her career path and influenced her declaring a political science major. “Riding the train everyday you’ll always see professional men and women with their suits on ready to go to office, and that kind … Continue reading Political Science Major Chika Enwereji’s Undergrad Career Sets Path for Future as Defense Attorney

Visiting Artists’ Program Ends Spring Season on Mar. 26 with Shaun Leonardo

The Department of Fine Arts will end its Spring 2019 Visiting Artists Program, “Young and Active,” on Tuesday, March 26. This lecture series will feature nationally and internationally acclaimed artists present lectures about their work, professional practices, and their perspectives on contemporary art and design.  Shaun Leonardo, a multidisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, has had his work featured … Continue reading Visiting Artists’ Program Ends Spring Season on Mar. 26 with Shaun Leonardo

Registration Open for An Evening with Tarana Burke on Apr. 1

Tarana Burke, the founder of the “Me Too” movement, will be on campus on Monday, April 1 to share the story behind “Me Too” movement and to speak about her life as a social justice activist. This free event, part of Women’s History Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month, requires registration.  The doors to the … Continue reading Registration Open for An Evening with Tarana Burke on Apr. 1

Registration Open for CLC Symposium on the Role of Women Entrepreneurs in Local and Global Community Development

The Community Leadership Center (CLC) will host “The Role of Women Entrepreneurs in Local and Global Community Development” on Thursday, March 14, from 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. The keynote speaker will be the Honorable Marjorie Margolies, President of the Women’s Campaign International. Other speakers include Jennice Fuentes, Founder and Managing Partner of Fuentes Strategies and the … Continue reading Registration Open for CLC Symposium on the Role of Women Entrepreneurs in Local and Global Community Development

Dr. LeeAnn Westman to Present on Oct. 23 as Part of The Big Read Lecture Series

This fall, the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts is participating for the ninth time in The Big Read, with the novel In the Time of the Butterflies by Julia Alvarez.  A faculty lecture series will be part of the celebration, and the second lecture will take place on Tuesday, October 23, at 1 p.m., with guest lecturer Dr. LeeAnn Westman, Associate … Continue reading Dr. LeeAnn Westman to Present on Oct. 23 as Part of The Big Read Lecture Series