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.
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
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
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
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
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.