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

Graduate Students Contribute to Cooper Street History Archives

Even for those who may have never considered the history of a building where they have lived or worked, the installation that’s on display at the Rutgers University–Camden Alumni House may make them think otherwise. What started as a Department of History graduate class assignment last spring semester has now become part of an ongoing … Continue reading Graduate Students Contribute to Cooper Street History Archives

“Letters Home” Lecture with Andrew Carroll on Nov. 14

The Writers House will host Andrew Carroll, director of the Center for American War Letters and the editor of several New York Times bestsellers, on November 14, for the lecture and discussion “Letters Home.” Mr. Carroll will present a talk that examines both the history and enduring significance of war letters, followed by a discussion with multiple … Continue reading “Letters Home” Lecture with Andrew Carroll on Nov. 14

Dr. Lorrin Thomas to Present on Nov. 13 for 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 third and final lecture will take place on Tuesday, November 13, at 1 p.m., with guest lecturer Dr. Lorrin … Continue reading Dr. Lorrin Thomas to Present on Nov. 13 for The Big Read Lecture Series

The DPPA Brown Bag Series Continues Nov. 1 with Eleanor Munro

The Department of Public Policy and Administration‘s Brown Bag Series will take place on Thursday, November 1, with guest speaker Eleanor Munro. Dr. Munro will discuss “English Voluntary Action: National and Local Histories.”  This free event will take place at 12:30 p.m. in the Armitage Hall Faculty Lounge. Guests are invited to bring their lunch and … Continue reading The DPPA Brown Bag Series Continues Nov. 1 with Eleanor Munro

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

Register Now for MARCH’s Fall 2018 Historic Preservation Workshops

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) has an exciting slate of fall programming in their Continuing Education in Historic Preservation program.  Ten-week courses include “Introduction to Historic Preservation,” beginning September 5, and “The History of the Delaware Valley’s Built Environment,” beginning September 6.  Five-week courses include “Architectural Sketching,” beginning September 4, and “An … Continue reading Register Now for MARCH’s Fall 2018 Historic Preservation Workshops

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, June 12th: Department of Chemistry  Dr. Guillaume Lamoureux – Associate Professor (appointment with tenure) Department of Computer Science Dr. Rajiv Gandhi – Professor I Department of English and Communication Ms. Lauren Grodstein … Continue reading Announcement of Faculty Promotions and Tenure Appointments

History Graduate Student Sharece Blakney Finds Her Passion through Research

Sharece Blakney is a first-generation college student, and grew up expecting to simply enter the workforce upon completing high school. Yet, she took to the academic life instantly. She is on her way to completing her third degree, with plans for a fourth. College first began to factor in her thoughts when her third-grade teacher, … Continue reading History Graduate Student Sharece Blakney Finds Her Passion through Research