Register Now for the Fourth Scarlet Scholar Lecture, Featuring Professor Patrick Rosal

Patrick Rosal, Professor of English, Co-Director of the Rutgers–Camden Institute for the Study of Global Racial Justice (ISGRJ), and a poet, will offer the Fourth Scarlet Scholar Series Lecture, “Race, Climate, and the Communal Imagination.”  Professor Rosal’s lecture will address how poetry prepared him to think about racial justice in the context of community and … Continue reading Register Now for the Fourth Scarlet Scholar Lecture, Featuring Professor Patrick Rosal

Health Sciences Speaker Series Continues Oct. 19

The Health Sciences Program will offer two virtual speaker events this October. On Tuesday, October 12, Dr. Irene Headen, Assistant Professor of Black Health from the Department of Community Health and Prevention at the Drexel Dornsife School of Public Health, will present “Structural Racism and Maternal Health: Unpacking Systems of Inequity Towards Action.” This event … Continue reading Health Sciences Speaker Series Continues Oct. 19

Registration is Open for the Oct. 7 CURE Seminar “Practicing Cooperation: Mutual Aid Beyond Capitalism”

Join the Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) on Thursday, October 7, 2021, for a seminar with Dr. Andrew Zitcer, Associate Professor at Drexel University. Dr. Zitcer will present, “Practicing Cooperation: Mutual Aid Beyond Capitalism.”  This free event will take place on October 7 from 12:30 p.m. – 1: 45 p.m. in the Campus … Continue reading Registration is Open for the Oct. 7 CURE Seminar “Practicing Cooperation: Mutual Aid Beyond Capitalism”

CURE Will Host the Virtual Roundtable “Bandos, Symbolism, and Placemaking in Camden, New Jersey” on March 25

On Thursday, March 25, join the Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) for a virtual roundtable discussion, “Bandos, Symbolism, and Placemaking in Camden, New Jersey.”  Panelists will include Dr. Mercy Romero, Associate Professor of American Literature and American Studies at Sonoma State University; Rev. PJ Craig, Senior Pastor at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church of … Continue reading CURE Will Host the Virtual Roundtable “Bandos, Symbolism, and Placemaking in Camden, New Jersey” on March 25

Dr. Richard Harris, Professor Emeritus, to Present the Annual Baron Lecture on March 30

Dean Howard Marchitello and the Department of Political Science invite the community to attend the thirteenth annual presentation of the Jacob Abraham and Mildred Amelia Baron Lecture Series on Tuesday, March 30, at 12:45 p.m. Dr. Richard Harris, Professor Emeritus, will present “A House Divided: Nationalism and the Three-Faces of Legitimacy in America.”  Registration is … Continue reading Dr. Richard Harris, Professor Emeritus, to Present the Annual Baron Lecture on March 30

CURE Presents “After 2020: A New Beginning for Political Activism and Civic Engagement?” on March 4

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will continue its spring series on Thursday, March 4, at 12:30 p.m. with the free panel discussion, “After 2020: A New Beginning for Political Activism and Civic Engagement?”  Panelists will discuss their research on voting trends, electoral rules, and the influence of race, gender, and ethnicity on political … Continue reading CURE Presents “After 2020: A New Beginning for Political Activism and Civic Engagement?” on March 4

Digital Studies Center Student Researchers Launch “Voices of Immigration” Podcast

Student researchers at the Digital Studies Center recently released the first episode of their new podcast series: “Voices of Immigration.” The episode, entitled “Our Immigrant Stories,” explores the experiences of Rutgers–Camden students Tania Martinez and Sandra Benjamin, describes ways one can advocate for immigrant communities, and discusses what the series hopes to achieve for its … Continue reading Digital Studies Center Student Researchers Launch “Voices of Immigration” Podcast

CURE Kicks off Spring 2021 Season on Jan. 28 with Virtual Roundtable

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will begin its spring series on Thursday, January 28, at 12:30 p.m. with the virtual roundtable discussion on “Community-Based Approaches to Creating Sustainable Affordable Housing.” Panelists will discuss housing cooperatives, community land trusts, and shared equity housing models as viable alternative approaches to creating sustainable affordable housing and … Continue reading CURE Kicks off Spring 2021 Season on Jan. 28 with Virtual Roundtable

J. Scott Thomson, CCAS ’94, Will Discuss Police Reform on Nov. 19

J. Scott Thomson, CCAS ’94, retired chief of the Camden County Police Department, will discuss his experience with community policing and crime reduction, on Thursday, November 19, as part of the series, “The Way Forward: Alumni and Faculty Discuss Police Reform.” Dr. Nyeema Watson, Associate Chancellor of Civic Engagement, will moderate the discussion.  This virtual … Continue reading J. Scott Thomson, CCAS ’94, Will Discuss Police Reform on Nov. 19