CURE Seminar Series Begins Feb. 1

The Center for Urban Research and Education’s (CURE) Seminar Series will begin its spring season on Friday, February 1, with a presentation by Dr. Stephen Danley, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Administration. Dr. Danley will discuss “A Neighborhood Politics of Last Resort: Post-Katrina New Orleans and the Right to the City.” The event will take place … Continue reading CURE Seminar Series Begins Feb. 1

Join us on Nov. 7 for “Reflections on Elections”

The Department of Philosophy and Religion will host “Reflections on Elections,” on Wednesday, November 7, as a space to reflect on questions surrounding elections, such as: On what grounds should people have the right to vote? Should we enfranchise everyone, including children? Can democracy persevere through, or flourish under, times of deep divides? Can voting … Continue reading Join us on Nov. 7 for “Reflections on Elections”

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

“Ambivalent Europeans” Lecture Scheduled for Oct. 11

The Exploring Interdisciplinary Global Studies Project will host a lecture by Dr. Marina Mikhaylova, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Temple University, on Thursday, October 11. Dr. Mikhaylova will present, “Ambivalent Europeans: Global Processes Through the Lens of Youth Projects,” which will examine the challenge of studying transnational processes and highlight Dr. Mikhaylova’s approach that considered … Continue reading “Ambivalent Europeans” Lecture Scheduled for Oct. 11

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, April 10th: Department of Chemistry Dr. Catherine Grgicak – Associate Professor (reappointment with tenure) Department of Economics Dr. Noha Emara – Associate Professor Department of Philosophy Dr. Eric Chwang – Associate Professor Department of … Continue reading Announcement of Faculty Promotions and Tenure Appointments

Congratulations to Faculty Recipients of the Chancellor’s Research Award!

Congratulations to the following Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden faculty members who have been named 2018 recipients of the Chancellor’s Awards for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity: Dr. Angélica González, Assistant Professor of Biology; Dr. Shauna Shames, Assistant Professor of Political Science; and  Dr. Andrew Shankman, Associate Professor of History These awards will be presented during … Continue reading Congratulations to Faculty Recipients of the Chancellor’s Research Award!

Register Now for the Tenth Annual Baron Lecture Series

The Department of Political Science will host the tenth annual presentation of the Jacob Abraham and Mildred Amelia Baron Lecture Series on Wednesday, April 18th.  Dr. Stephen Bryen, CCAS ’64 and CEO, policy leader, and author, will be the guest speaker.  His lecture is titled “China: The Challenge Facing America in the Pacific.”   This free event … Continue reading Register Now for the Tenth Annual Baron Lecture Series

Register Now for the Robert Bailey Memorial Lecture

The Robert Bailey Memorial Lecture, given by Elliott Sclar, the Director of the Center for Sustainable Urban Development and the Earth Institute and Professor of Urban Planning and International Affairs at Columbia University, will take place on Thursday, April 5th, from 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m., in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room.  Dr. Sclar’s lecture … Continue reading Register Now for the Robert Bailey Memorial Lecture

“Preservation in Practice” Workshop Scheduled for Mar. 10

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities’ (MARCH) Public History Boot Camp will sponsor a one-day workshop on Saturday, March 10th, about “Preservation in Practice: A Primer for Historic Preservation Commissions and Planners.” Open to all preservationists, but particularly aimed at those serving on a local commission as well as being relevant for planning and zoning … Continue reading “Preservation in Practice” Workshop Scheduled for Mar. 10

SkypeOnArt continues Feb. 26 with Dr. Eban Goodstein

The Department of Fine Arts‘ SkypeOnArt will continue its spring season on Monday, February 26th, with a presentation by Dr. Eban Goodstein.  The author of Economics and the Environment, Fighting for Love in the Century of Extinction: How Passion and Politics Can Stop Global Warming, and The Trade-off Myth: Fact and Fiction about Jobs and the Environment, his research has … Continue reading SkypeOnArt continues Feb. 26 with Dr. Eban Goodstein