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Oct 14 2013

Just in time for Halloween, Kimberlee Sue Moran peels back the skin on the science of dying.

Oct 11 2013

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) at Rutgers–Camden will host a free seminar on the successes and failures of the Choice Neighborhoods program at 12:15 p.m.  Friday, Oct. 25.

Oct 8 2013

Spencer Clayton, a Rutgers Ph.D. student in public affairs, has earned an Eagleton Governor’s Executive Fellowship for the 2013-2014 academic year.

Oct 3 2013

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts (RCCA) will host sculptors Scott Pellnat and Allen C.

Oct 2 2013

The Rutgers–Camden master of fine arts (MFA) program continues its celebrated Writers in Camden series, with readings by A. Van Jordan and Rachel Kushner on Wednesday, Oct. 16.

Sep 30 2013

Wayne Glasker, an associate professor of history at Rutgers–Camden, will present the second installment in a free documentary film series titled “Freedom, Equality, Democracy:  Looking Back, Moving Forward” at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7.

Sep 26 2013

Louis Tuthill, an assistant professor of criminal justice at Rutgers–Camden, designed an innovative policing strategy in Trenton that moves away from a purely deterrent model of policing and attempts to help repeat offenders from committing furthe

Sep 25 2013

For the second time in two years, a Rutgers–Camden educator has been named a MacArthur Fellow.

Sep 20 2013

A Camden linguist explains that the notion of "correctness" when it comes to proper English usage is actually a form of discrimination and prejudice.

Sep 19 2013

Rutgers–Camden will become the central hub for interactive, online conversations with nationally and internationally renowned artists.

Sep 12 2013

Joan Neuberger, a professor of Russian history at the University of Texas at Austin, will address the emerging field of digital humanities as it relates to public history in a lecture, titled “Not Even Past: Public History in the Digital Age,” fro

Sep 10 2013

Wayne Glasker, an associate professor of history at Rutgers–Camden, will lead a free documentary film series titled “Freedom, Equality, Democracy: Looking Back, Moving Forward.” The first film, titled “The Abolitionists,” will be shown on Wednesda

Sep 6 2013

In a new exhibit in the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts, “(re)collecting (re)constructing,” materials and objects that are often tossed aside have become stunning, original works of art.

Sep 5 2013

A team of Rutgers University scholars, comprised of art and engineering faculty and students from the Camden and New Brunswick campuses, has designed and successfully tested a robotic carriage for plants featuring light, moisture and object sensor

A Q & A with Jen Lee, a graduate student in the master of science in teaching program and a member of the first cohort of Woodrow Wilson New Jersey Teaching Fellows at Rutgers University–Camden.

Four Rutgers University–Camden student veterans have been named the inaugural recipients of the Jeremy Kane Scholarship: Carla Cooper, Mark Bodrog, Nam Dy, and Henderson Tyrrell. Each recipient has received an award in the amount of $750.

Rutgers University–Camden will set the stage for a playoff-type atmosphere as more than 80 Camden County students square off in the Louder Than a Bomb–Camden poetry slam from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, March 22.

Promising Rutgers–Camden scholars will now have added support in their pursuits, thanks to a $25,000 gift from the Swan Historical Foundation (SHF) to fund an annual scholarship.