Engaged Civic Learning Courses have been taught by Faculty Fellows across many disciplines in all of the schools at Rutgers-Camden.

College of Arts and Sciences


Applied Anthropology, taught by Cynthia Dell Clark


Exploring Careers in Biology, taught by Kwangwon Lee

Childhood Studies

Children’s Rights, taught by John Wall
Child Wellbeing: A Civic Engagement Approach, taught by Robin Stevens
Service-Learning in Childhood Studies, taught by Robin Stevens

Criminal Justice

Children’s Justice Clinic and Criminal Investigations Practicum, taught by J.C. Lore and Kevin Murphy
Inside Out Criminal Justice, taught by Jane Siegel


Graphic Design Practicum, taught by Allan Espiritu


English Composition 102 (ECL section for Civic Scholars), taught by Michael Haeflinger
Literature of Childhood, taught by Carol Singley
Literatures of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity, taught by M.A. Rafey Habib
Teaching Creative Writing to Urban Youth, taught by Michael Haeflinger


Perspectives in History, taught by Charlene Mires

Modern Languages

Contemporary Civic Culture in France, taught by Alisa Belanger and Jean-Louis Hippolyte


Experimental Psychology Lab (ECL section), taught by Mary Bravo


Making Social Change Honors Seminar, taught by Tyler Hoffman and Andrew Seligsohn
Social Stratification and Urban Sociology, taught by Joan Mazelis


Creating a Public Tour, taught by Julie Still

School of Business

Business Civic Engagement, taught by Gayle Porter
Social Entrepreneurship, taught by Shoko Kato

School of Law

Children’s Justice Clinic and Criminal Investigations Practicum, taught by J.C. Lore and Kevin Murphy
Citizenship Rutgers, taught by Eve Biskind Klothen and Joanne Gottesman
Veterans Law Clinic, taught by Alison Nissen

School of Nursing

Community Nursing, taught by Robert Atkins
Honors Seminar in Nursing Practice, taught by Susan Norris
Nursing of Children and Adolescents, taught by Cynthia Ayres

School of Social Work

Methods of Social Work Research II, taught by Jill Sinha
Social Welfare Policy and Practice, taught by Jill Sinha