Learn more about the innovative research conducted at Rutgers University-Camden during this special presentation of current work by five junior faculty members. Sponsored by the Office of the Chancellor. Free. >>More info
The Rutgers-Camden Digital Studies Center will officially launch the Rutgers-Camden Archive of Digital Ephemera (R-CADE), a collection of hardware and software made available to scholars for research purposes.
The ensemble will take audiences on a ride of epic proportions with a performance of The Beatles’ “Magical Mystery Tour” album, as well as some other favorites, such as “Eleanor Rigby.” The Rutgers–Camden Performance Ensemble, under the direction of Stefán Örn Arnarson, theater programs director at Rutgers–Camden, features 20 students playing a variety of orchestral instruments. >>More info
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April 29 is the go-live date for the new Rutgers Research Administration and Proposal Submission System (RAPSS). Training for the initial roll-out of RAPSS is on May 6. Training is intended for those submitting a NEW NIH application for the June 5 and June 16 deadlines.
[RAPSS initially will be used only for new NIH proposals; it cannot be used for resubmissions, non-competing continuations, supplements, etc.].
Faculty interested in pursuing federal grant support are encouraged to attend this workshop, "Washington Update and Overview of Federal Funding Agency Priorities," which will be presented by the Rutgers Office of Federal Relations and Lewis-Burke Associates. Sponsored by the Office of Sponsored Research.