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

Math Seminar Series Continues on Nov. 16

The Department of Mathematical Sciences will continue its free Math Seminar Series on Friday, November 16, at 10 a.m. in the Business and Science Building, Room 334.  Two presentations will be given.  The first is from Dr. John D’Angelo of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  Dr. D’Angelo will discuss, “Rational sphere maps.” The abstract of Dr. D’Angelo’s talk … Continue reading Math Seminar Series Continues on Nov. 16

Join us on Oct. 25 for MathFest

The Department of Mathematical Sciences will host its annual MathFest on Thursday, October 25. This free event is an opportunity to learn about the math undergraduate and graduate programs, the many career options available to math majors and minors, and the perspectives of distinguished math alumni.  The winner of the “Focal Point” Math Photo Contest … Continue reading Join us on Oct. 25 for MathFest

Math Seminar Series Continues on Oct. 19

The Department of Mathematical Sciences will continue its Math Seminar Series on Friday, October 19, at 11:20 a.m. in Armitage Hall, Room 121.  Dr. Nordine Mir of Texas A&M University at Qatar will present “On the $C^\infty$ regularity of CR mappings of positive codimension.”   All are welcome to this free event. The abstract of Dr. Mir’s talk is as … Continue reading Math Seminar Series Continues on Oct. 19

Win a $100 Prize in the “Focal Point” Math Photo Contest

The Department of Mathematical Sciences is sponsoring a “Focal Point” math photo contest, beginning Monday, October 8 and ending Wednesday, October 24.  The contest aims to promote the beauty and value of mathematics at Rutgers–Camden, by capturing mathematical theorems, patterns, etc., in photography.  An example is when light rays hit the inside of a coffee … Continue reading Win a $100 Prize in the “Focal Point” Math Photo Contest

Dept. of Mathematical Sciences Kicks Off Math Seminar Series on Sept. 28

The Department of Mathematical Sciences will continue its Math Seminar Series on Friday, September 28, at 11:20 a.m. in Armitage Hall, Room 121.  Vladimir Matveev of the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena, Germany, will present “Chains in CR geometry as geodesics of a Kropina metric.”     All are welcome to this free event. The abstract of … Continue reading Dept. of Mathematical Sciences Kicks Off Math Seminar Series on Sept. 28

Gifted High School Student Mentored by Dept. of Mathematical Sciences Faculty

Alek Kawczynski’s college career started earlier than most students’.  Alek, known as AJ, was thirteen years old when he finished the last available math class, Advanced Placement Calculus BC, at his local high school, Haddonfield Memorial High School.  Always passionate about math, AJ wanted to continue his math education, now at the college-level.  Rutgers–Camden became … Continue reading Gifted High School Student Mentored by Dept. of Mathematical Sciences Faculty

Rutgers–Camden Partners with the Philadelphia Science Festival, Concluding Apr. 26

The 2018 Philadelphia Science Festival launches with the Philadelphia Science Spotlight at the Franklin Institute on Friday, April 20th. This eight-day event is led by the Franklin Institute, acting in collaboration with over two hundred of the area’s cultural, scientific, and educational establishments. Over eighty events will take place over the coming week, and Rutgers–Camden … Continue reading Rutgers–Camden Partners with the Philadelphia Science Festival, Concluding Apr. 26

Math Lecture Series Continues Apr. 6

Dr. Stephen McKeown, a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Princeton University, will present the next Math Lecture, on Friday, April 6th.  This lecture is the Temple-Rutgers Global Analysis Seminar, and the topic is “Cornered Asymptotically Hyperbolic Metrics.”  This free lecture is open to all.  The event begins at 3 p.m. in the Business and Science Building, Room … Continue reading Math Lecture Series Continues Apr. 6