Celebrate Research at Rutgers University-Camden during Nov. 26-28

Sent Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018

To the Campus Community:

Rutgers University–Camden is a vibrant center for innovative research and extraordinary creative activity. The new ideas and cutting-edge insights generated by our faculty place Rutgers–Camden at the forefront of discovery in their disciplines; better still, our students learn tomorrow’s knowledge in our classrooms today and are engaged as active participants in original research.

This year, we will celebrate the work of our world-class faculty during a new and expanded format that features the following three events:

Chancellor’s New Faculty Research Symposium
Monday, Nov. 26
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Campus Center, main level, Multi-Purpose Room

Faculty Awardee Reception and Presentations
Tuesday, Nov. 27
12:45 to 1:45 p.m.
Law School Faculty Lounge

Faculty Research and Creative Activities Symposium
Wednesday, Nov. 28
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Campus Center, lower level, Conference Room West ABC
Symposium Program

During the Faculty Awardee Reception and Presentations on Tuesday, Nov. 27, the following faculty will be recognized:

  • Prof. Michael Carrier (distinguished professor, Rutgers Law School); recipient of a Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity (2018)
  • Dr. Andrew Shankman (professor, FASC-history); recipient of a Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity (2018)
  • Dr. Jane Siegel (professor, FASC-criminal justice), presenting with her co-PIs; recipient of a Provost’s Fund for Research, Multidisciplinary Award (2017)
  • Dr. Nawaf Bou-Rabee (associate professor, FASC-mathematics); recipient of a Provost’s Fund for Research, Catalyst Award (2016)
  • Dr. Janice Beitz (professor, SNC); recipient of a Provost’s Fund for Research, Catalyst award (2016)
  • Dr. Eric Klein (assistant professor, FASC-biology); recipient of a Provost’s Fund for Research, Multidisciplinary Award (2017)
  • Dr. Bonnie-Jerome D’Emilia (associate professor, SNC); recipient of a Provost’s Fund for Research, Multidisciplinary Award (2016)
  • Dr. Charlotte Markey (professor, FASC-psychology); recipient of a Provost’s Fund for Research, Catalyst Award (2017)

I look forward to seeing you during these events as we learn more about the path-defining research that is happening here at Rutgers University–Camden.

Phoebe A. Haddon, J.D., LL.M.
Chancellor

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