Upcoming Events

23
Feb
Tuesday, 12:20 PM to 1:30 PM

Darnell Moore, a senior editor at MicNews, Huffington Post contributor, and Black Lives Matter pioneer, returns to his native Camden to deliver the Ida B. Wells-Barnett Black History Month Lecture. Moore will reflect on inequality, intersectionality, and his journey thus far.

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

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23
Feb
Tuesday, 3:00 PM

Learn about the traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, a four-year program for first-year students who complete all requirements at Rutgers–Camden. 

More information and register for the traditional nursing degree information session.

23
Feb
Tuesday, 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM

Rutgers University–Camden will present “The Tunnel of Oppression,” an interactive, immersive, and in-your-face program highlighting various forms of abuse, centered around a series of student-actor performed skits.

Pulling from history, current national and local events, and the life stories of our community, student actors will bring to life topics ranging from poverty, sexual assault, depression and suicide, racial and cultural tensions, LGBTQAI issues, gender roles, bystander roles, body image, bullying and violence, and substance usage and abuse. 

24
Feb
Wednesday, 5:00 PM

Ready to fast track your nursing career? Our accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree offers a 15-month fast-track program for students who already hold a bachelor’s degree in another field.

More information and register for the accelerated nursing degree information session.

24
Feb
Wednesday, 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Allan Espiritu will discuss graphic design and Margery Amdur will discuss painting.

From Feb. 5 to 25, Rutgers University–Camden faculty, students, and alumni will showcase the broad and interdisciplinary range of teaching pedagogy in painting, sculpture, photography, graphic design, and animation in this new, off-campus exhibition.

Participating Rutgers–Camden faculty members will discuss their work and teaching philosophies in a series of coinciding lectures held in the gallery.

Gallery hours for the exhibition are Wednesday to Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.