Join us Sept. 24 for the Rutgers Reads Virtual Lecture with Nikole Hannah-Jones

Rutgers Reads presents an important conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones, creator and lead writer of The New York Times Magazine’s “The 1619 Project,” which commanded the nation’s attention about the history and lasting legacy of American slavery. Her powerful introductory essay was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for commentary.   “The 1619 Project” is named for the year the … Continue reading Join us Sept. 24 for the Rutgers Reads Virtual Lecture with Nikole Hannah-Jones

Congratulations to Faculty Award Recipients!

We are delighted to announce the following Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden faculty have received the following university-wide awards: Dr. Próspero N. García, Associate Professor of Spanish Applied Linguistics, received the Warren I. Susman Award for Excellence in Teaching; this award is named to honor the memory of the noted historian and Rutgers University professor, … Continue reading Congratulations to Faculty Award Recipients!

Announcing Faculty Promotions & Tenure Appointments

The Board of Governors approved the following promotions and tenure appointments at their meeting on Tuesday, April 7: Dr. Kate Cairns – Promoted to Associate Professor of Childhood Studies Dr. Cynthia Clark – Promoted to Professor of Anthropology  Dr. Kelly Dittmar – Promoted to Associate Professor of Political Science Dr. Nikhil Kapur – Promoted to … Continue reading Announcing Faculty Promotions & Tenure Appointments

Register Now for MARCH’s Spring 2020 Historic Preservation Workshops

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) has an exciting slate of spring programming in their Continuing Education in Historic Preservation program. Ten-week courses include: “Materials and Techniques for Historic Restoration and Rehabilitation,” beginning Wednesday, February 26; and “Preservation Planning,” beginning Monday, March 9. A five-week course, “What’s New in History?” begins Thursday, April 2; and a … Continue reading Register Now for MARCH’s Spring 2020 Historic Preservation Workshops

Registration Open for the Annual Dr. Robert F. Bailey Memorial Lecture

Dr. James P. Pfiffner, University Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University, will present the annual Dr. Robert F. Bailey Memorial Lecture. Dr. Pfiffner will discuss, “President Trump and his effect on US Democracy and the Administrative State.” The event, which includes the lecture and a reception, will take place on Tuesday, February 25, … Continue reading Registration Open for the Annual Dr. Robert F. Bailey Memorial Lecture

Black History Month Continues Feb. 22 with Black American Music (BAM) Concert

Black History Month, which this year follows the theme, “Reflecting on Black Femininity: The Year of the Woman,” continues on Saturday, February 22, with a celebration of the music that defines the beauty, struggle, and triumph of Black people in the Americas. Admission is free. The event begins at 7:30 .m. in the Gordon Theater. … Continue reading Black History Month Continues Feb. 22 with Black American Music (BAM) Concert

Join us at the Cooper Street Showcase and 30th Anniversary Bash!

What’s happening on Cooper Street? A lot!  Join the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) for pop-up exhibits, performance and story-telling, and a celebration of the 30th anniversary of Cooper Street and Cooper-Grant as historic districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places. If you have ever lived, worked, or attended classes on … Continue reading Join us at the Cooper Street Showcase and 30th Anniversary Bash!

Join us Apr. 22 for the Chancellor’s Spring Research Symposium

Join us on Monday, April 22, for the Chancellor’s Spring Research Symposium. This year’s topic is Research for Change: Topics in Social Justice and Public Interest. The symposium will feature five professors from the various schools across campus, all whom conduct cutting-edge research. This event, from 10:00 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room, … Continue reading Join us Apr. 22 for the Chancellor’s Spring Research Symposium