Rutgers University–Camden has launched a national search for a new dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden. Reporting to the chancellor, the dean has responsibility for the largest academic unit on campus, with 192 full-time faculty members in 29 undergraduate programs and 18 graduate programs. The dean manages the academic programs of the College of Arts and Sciences, the University College, and the Graduate School.
Monday, September 25
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Finding a fellowship that works for you will require careful thought about the purpose of each award and reflection of how it aligns with your goals. The Office of Scholar Development and Fellowship Advising is available to assist candidates in reviewing awards, determining eligibility and preparing a competitive application.
Our office is available to assist students with identifying fellowships (a merit-based grant awarded for a specific experience) that meet their interests. Fellowships (sometimes also referred to, generally, as awards and scholarships) for nearly every discipline of study and academic year, beginning as early as first-year, are available.
Once you’ve decided to pursue a fellowship or scholarship award, the application process will require careful thought and preparation. Applicants are expected to be self-advocates with clearly defined goals.
The Office of Scholar Development and Fellowship Advising helps Rutgers University–Camden undergraduate students to identify and apply for prestigious awards and national fellowships. Under the guidance of the office director and faculty mentors, students will seek acceptance to nationally recognized fellowship programs that fund graduate training, public service internships, laboratory and field research, study abroad experiences, and professional opportunities.
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Open to military and civilian students.
Rutgers University–Camden has partnered with the Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars (TWC) to offer students an immersive opportunity to build professional skills and networks, while living, working, and studying in Washington, D.C.
The Camden Faculty Council is the campuswide deliberative body of the combined faculties at Rutgers University–Camden. As an expression of campus unity and Rutgers–Camden’s enhanced autonomy within Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, the Council complements the efforts of the faculties of individual units, university and campus administrative officers, and the University Senate.