RESCHEDULED: Thursday, Feb. 27
Multi-Purpose Room, main level, Campus Center
Rutgers–Camden is home to some of the most productive emerging and established scholars in the world. Learn more about current research underway at Rutgers–Camden during the 2014 Chancellor’s Faculty Research Day, when the following junior faculty members will offer brief overviews of their work and answer questions from their faculty colleagues and students.
A reception with the participating faculty will follow the event. For more information, contact Nyeema Watson at (856) 225-6738.
Dr. Grace Brannigan (assistant professor, physics)
Topic: "Using High-Performance Computing to Predict the Effects of Drugs and Genetic Variance on Neuronal Signaling Mechanisms"
Dr. Joseph Canada (assistant professor, accounting)
Topic: "The Impact of Mutual Monitoring and Enterprise System Integration on the Empowerment of Managers"
Prof. Stacy Hawkins (assistant professor, law)
Topic: "Why Diversity is Critical to 21st-century Democracy"
Dr. Aaron Hostetter (assistant professor, English)
Topic: "Dit-moi ce que tu manges (Tell me what you eat)': Food and the Politics of Times"
Dr. Shoko Kato (assistant professor, management)
Topic: "Are Entrepreneurs Irrational? Entrepreneurial Motivation for Perseverance"
Prof. Kathryn Kovacs (assistant professor, law)
Topic: "Eagles, Indian Tribes, and the Free Exercise of Religion"
Dr. Joan Mazelis (assistant professor, sociology)
Topic: "You Can't Make It By Yourself: Sustainable Social Ties Among the Poor"
Dr. Patricia Suplee (assistant professor, nursing)
Topic: "Health Needs and Health Access Issues in a Sub-population of Hispanic Women from an Urban Community"