Rutgers University–Camden will once again serve as the premier literary destination in South Jersey as it presents the 31st Annual Rutgers University–Camden Summer Writers’ Conference from June 27 to July 7.
The Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs at Rutgers University–Camden will work in tandem with Burlington County community officials and leaders to lead juvenile delinquency prevention efforts in the county.
Rutgers University–Camden faculty, students, and alumni will showcase the broad and interdisciplinary range of teaching pedagogy in painting, sculpture, photography, graphic design, and animation in a new, off-campus exhibition called “Mixed Use:
Rutgers University–Camden will celebrate three decades as the premiere literary hub in South Jersey when it presents the 30th Annual Rutgers University–Camden Summer Writers’ Conference from June 22 to July 1.
Rutgers University–Camden will become the central hub for interactive, online, and in-person discussions with leaders in the field of sustainable practice as it presents the free SustainableMondays lecture series through April 27.
Rutgers University–Camden will present a thought-provoking film and discussion series focusing on metropolitan and urban issues, at noon Fridays in the faculty lounge on the third floor of Armitage Hall.
Several works by the late Olga Moore, a former Rutgers University–Camden professor of art, will be featured in the new exhibition, “Camden Collects,” courtesy of Schiavo and Roberta Tarbell, professor emerita of history.
Rutgers University–Camden will host an interdisciplinary conference, “Buffy to Batgirl: Women and Gender in Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Comics,” from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, May 2 and 3.
Rutgers University–Camden’s free public Symposia on Urban Poverty and Inequality series will conclude with the fourth and final installment, “Immigration Policy and Reform: The Imperative for Creating Pathways to Citizenship and Prosperity,” from
Two history scholars, Charlene Mires and Lorrin Thomas, have been named to the prestigious Organization of American Historians’ (OAH) Distinguished Lectureship Program for the period of fall 2014 to spring 2017.
Rutgers University–Camden’s free public Symposia on Urban Poverty and Inequality series will continue with the second installment, “Poverty, Race and Educational Inequality: Implications for Policy and Practice,” from 9 a.m.
In recognition of homegrown talent, The Gleaner, Rutgers University–Camden’s student-run newspaper, will host a book reading and signing for student authors 1st Lt. Mark A. Bodrog and Sean Lynch at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11.
The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) at Rutgers–Camden will offer a free public lecture addressing the high concentration of homicides among African Americans in Philadelphia over the past 25 years at 12:15 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31.