This free event will connect entrepreneurs with representatives from the U.S Small Business Administration and other lenders to discuss the availability of SBA loans and other types of loans to help small businesses grow. The presentation will include information on the elements of a successful loan application and details on how the application process functions. Sponsored by the New Jersey Small Business Development Center at Rutgers University–Camden.
The National Lawyers Guild student chapter at Rutgers Law School will host a panel discussion, "U.S. and Puerto Rico: A History and A Duty," featuring Prof. Roger Clark (Board of Governors Professor, law) and Dr. Lorrin Thomas (associate professor, political science). Pizza will be served. Free.
Gregory Pardlo, assistant professor of English, won the Pulitzer Prize for his poetry collection, Digest (Four Way Books, 2014).
Christina Blackburn, director of recruitment and a licensed agent for New York Life, will discuss the company's diverse culture, training, and career opportunities. Presented by the Rutgers–Camden student chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants. Email email@example.com for additional information.
Outside the Wire is an annual discussion series focused on wartime narratives and featuring the perspectives of veterans, artists, and scholars. This year's discussion features Jane Schultz, professor of English and director of literature at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis, along with Rutgers–Camden faculty Tyler Hoffman, professor of English, and Kate Epstein, associate professor of history. Learn more.
A professional model and TED speaker, Geena Rocero came out as transgender in 2014 and launched Gender Proud as an advocacy and awareness campaign. She’ll share her journey from the Philippines where she was born to the New York runways. This event is part of our celebration of LGBTQ History Month.