2016-2017 Recipients

2016-2017 Arts and Sciences Annual Research Fellow2016-2017 Conference and Symposium Funding Grant2016-2017 Graduate Program Enhancement Grant Recipients2016-2017 Part-Time Lecturer Teaching Grant Recipients

2016-2017 Arts and Sciences Annual Research Fellow

Dr. Janet Golden, Department of History
“Babies Made Us Modern”
Faculty Research Lecture to be given Monday, April 10th, 2017 during research week. More information to follow.

2016-2017 Conference and Symposium Funding Grant

Dr. Gloria Bonilla-Santiago
Sustainable Community Development: What We Can Learn from a Changing Cuba, October 31 – November 3, 2016

Dr. Cathleen Coe, Dr. Sarada Balagopalan, Dr. Keith Green
Diverse Unfreedoms and Their Ghosts, March 31, 2017

Dr. Paul Jargowsky
Urban Policy at the Crossroads: What have we learned? Where are we going?, March 30-31, 2017

Dr. Cyril Read, Dr. Charlene Miers, Dr. Nyeema Watson, Dr. Natasha Fletcher
Neighborhoods of Camden, Fall 2017

2016-2017 Graduate Program Enhancement Grant Recipients

Dr. Susan Miller and the Department of Childhood Studies
9th Biennial Conference for the Society for the History of Childhood and Youth and Graduate Program

Associate Professor Lauren Grodstein and the Creative Writing Program
Social Media and Other Targeted Advertising for MFA in Creative Writing Program

2016-2017 Part-Time Lecturer Teaching Grant Recipients

Dr. Claire Donato, Digital Studies Center
Dr. Andrew Repasky McElhinney, Department of English
Dr. Ines Meier, Department of Psychology
Dr. Elizabeth Pilliod, Department of Fine Arts

2015-2016 Recipients

2015-2016 Arts and Sciences Annual Research Fellow2015-2016 Faculty Research and Creative Activities Program Recipients2015-2016 Graduate Program Enhancement Grant Recipients

2015-2016 Arts and Sciences Annual Research Fellow

Dr. Paul Jargowsky, Department of Public Policy and Administration

“The Architecture of Segregation: Public Policy and the Origin of Spatial Inequality”

 

2015-2016 Faculty Research and Creative Activities Program Recipients

Dr. Maureen Donaghy, Department of Political Science
“Democratizing Urban Development: Displacement, Mobilization, and Inclusion across Cities in the US and Brazil”

Dr. Próspero García, Department of Foreign Languages 
“Empowering NJ foreign language educators: Concept-based Instruction as a gateway to success”

Dr. Ana Laguna, Department of Foreign Languages 
“Cervantes, the Baroque, and the Iberian Modernity Project”

Dr. Joan Mazelis, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice 
“The Cost of a College Degree: How Students Pay for College and the Transmission of Inequality”

Dr. Jongmin Nam, Department of Biology 
“Genome-scale Reporter Assay Method for cis-regulatory modules (GRAMc)”

 

2015-2016 Graduate Program Enhancement Grant Recipients 

Department of Childhood Studies

“Doctoral Student Recruitment Strategy: International Partnerships with Child and Youth Studies at Brock University (Canada)”

Creative Writing Program

“Improving Recruitment Materials and Strategies for the MFA Program at Rutgers–Camden”

Teaching Spanish Program

“Making an International Program Truly International: The Global Expansion of the Master in Teaching Spanish, MAT”