Rutgers University–Camden is open and operating. The fall semester will combine a majority of remotely delivered instruction with limited in-person instruction. Some services are available for face-to-face delivery.
Many domestic violence activists support antiracist initiatives and calls to reform or defund police, but the effect that reform measures could have on frontline domestic violence response in New Jersey and elsewhere is a serious concern. This webinar will look at domestic violence data and trends, law enforcement call-out rates, and other aspects of the connection between domestic violence response and law enforcement. As we consider what the future may hold, understanding the present is a valuable tool to develop pathways forward.
Join us for a virtual celebration of Rutgers–Camden alumni authors Paul Lisicky and Micaiah Johnson and their new works: Later, a memoir of Provincetown at the height of the AIDS crisis, and The Space Between Worlds, a speculative fiction debut that examines identity, privilege, and belonging. Please RSVP to attend.
Join the Rutgers–Camden Student Government Association (SGA) for a town hall with members of the chancellor's leadership team. Come with your thoughts, concerns, and questions. We look forward to seeing you there! Please register to attend.
Back by popular demand, and reimagined for 2020, this magical holiday tradition performed by the Alborada Spanish Dance Theater will transport you to the streets of Spanish-speaking nations. Be captivated by the performances of folkloric dances from Spain and swirling dances from Mexico and Ecuador. This year's experience will be a hybrid of live performances and talks along with beautifully prerecorded pieces that will help you celebrate the holiday season, all while learning about the rich heritage of dance around the Spanish-speaking world.
This virtual gathering for alumni of the Rutgers Law School Minority Student Program will feature a poetry slam segment, games, and networking in breakout rooms. Please register to attend.