Research Week 2020

 

Annual Faculty Research Fellow Lecture
Postponed to Fall 2020 – Details coming soon

Each academic year one member of the permanent Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden (FASC) tenured or tenure-track faculty is selected as the FASC Faculty Research Fellow. This award is intended to recognize substantial contributions to the faculty member’s field of study. The recipient receives a research grant, and presents the Annual Faculty Research Fellow Lecture.

Learn more about the lecture

 

This event has been canceled.

The Graduate Research and Creative Works Symposium is an opportunity for graduate students across all of our disciplines to present their independent research and creative pursuits to the campus community.

Graduate Research Symposium Student Paper Winner Keynotes

Graduate Research Symposium Poster and Digital Display Exhibition

 

This event has been canceled.

The Graduate Research and Creative Works Symposium is an opportunity for graduate students across all of our disciplines to present their independent research and creative pursuits to the campus community. 

Graduate Research Symposium Oral Presentation Sessions

 

Honors Seminar Symposium

This event has been canceled.
Research abstracts will be posted soon.

The Honors College will host its first annual Honors Seminar Symposium on Wednesday, April 15th from 6 p.m. through 7:30 p.m. at the Paul Robeson Library on the Second Floor. This event will highlight the remarkable academic work that our students and seminar instructors do throughout the year. Students will present posters, art, and video projects, while networking with faculty and administrators. Students are encouraged to invite family and friends to this celebration. Students who wish to present should apply here by March 13th via Engage

 

This event has been canceled.
Research abstracts are now available.  Click Learn More to view.

The Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (CURCA) is an opportunity for undergraduate students to showcase their research and creative activity to the campus community. 

Learn More about CURCA

 

Fulbright Friday

This event has been canceled.

The Office of Scholar Development invites you to a lunch & learn session about the US Fulbright Program and the Fulbright Summer Institutes. These *funded* opportunities offer undergraduate and graduate students opportunities abroad. In our session, we’ll offer a brief overview of these programs and hear from fellow Rutgers – Camden students who have been through the application process and participated!

If you are interested in cultural exchange, Fulbright has a program for you! The Fulbright Summer Institutes are available for 1st & 2nd year undergraduate students to travel to the UK for 3-4 weeks and explore a subject of choice at a UK university. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program targets soon-to-be graduates (and graduate students) opportunities for research, study and teaching in over 140 countries. These distinguished programs are wonderful opportunities for Rutgers – Camden students to build an incredible resume and represent our community on a global scale.