Upcoming Events

14
Feb
Sunday, 2:00 PM

LaBute’s play, “The Shape of Things,” which was later released as a film starring Paul Rudd and Rachel Weisz, takes the story of Adam’s seduction by Eve and translates it to the present day, bringing up deeply resonating questions of ethics and morality.

14
Feb
Sunday, 7:30 PM

LaBute’s play, “The Shape of Things,” which was later released as a film starring Paul Rudd and Rachel Weisz, takes the story of Adam’s seduction by Eve and translates it to the present day, bringing up deeply resonating questions of ethics and morality.

15
Feb
Monday, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Discover the Rutgers–Camden advantage for your career and your life! Prospective undergraduate students and their families are invited to learn more about us at this open house. Attend special presentations about the Honors College, the Leadership Institute, and EOF. Fall 2016 transfer applicants can register to receive an instant decision. 

Register for Discover Rutgers–Camden Day.

16
Feb
Tuesday, 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM

The Leadership Institute at Rutgers University–Camden will host a lunchtime discussion with Matt Katz, author of American Governor, his newly released book detailing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie behind the scenes and in the media

The talk, which is free of charge and open to the public, will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room, located on the main level of the Campus Center.

16
Feb
Tuesday, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

The Africana Studies program will host “The State of Africa,” a screening and panel discussion of Black Gold, Nick and Mark Francis’s award-winning documentary about the human and material costs of producing and distributing Ethiopian coffee within the global economy. Panelists are Rutgers–Camden student Israel Mansaray; Benjamin Talton, an associate professor of history at Temple University; and Lee Cassanelli, a professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania.

This is one of several events being held in celebration of Black History Month.