Arts and Sciences Internships

Students in Philosophy and Religion should consider pursuing a job internship through Rutgers-Camden’s Career Center. Internships can take place in a wide variety of potential careers and help you gain practical experience, clarify your career goals, build a network, achieve a competitive advantage, and even earn you college credit. For more information, contact James Marino … Continue reading Arts and Sciences Internships

New Professor to Join Department

The department is proud to announce that it will welcome a new Assistant Professor of Philosophy in Fall 2013, Dr. James Genone, currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at Franklin and Marshall College. Dr. Genone received his B.A. and Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of California, Berkeley, and also holds an M.A. in philosophy from … Continue reading New Professor to Join Department

Dr. Charme on the End of the World

You might want to tune in to “CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood” on Sunday, Dec. 16, 9-10:30 a.m. Dr. Charme, Professor of Religion, will be discussing the Mayan calendar and the prospects of the end of the world.

Are Children’s Rights Philosophically Viable?

Philosophy Society discussion with Professor John Wall, Thursday November 8th, 12:20-1:20 p.m., 429 Cooper Street first floor conference room. Free pizza and soda. See flier at Children_s_Rights-1

Sips for Scholarships

Are you 21 or over? Whether a student, staff, or faculty, come and be served a beer by Dr. Wall at the event below (for a good cause). Click here: Sips for Scholarships

The UrbanPromise Story: A journey of faith and social justice

Thursday October 25, 12:20-1:20 p.m. Armitage Hall 3rd floor Faculty Lounge (turn left after elevators). Jodina Hicks, Executive Director of UrbanPromise, together with youth and staff, will discuss the realities of growing up in Camden and the development of UrbanPromise as a visionary community-serving organization in the city.Ms. Hicks received her JD from Rutgers-Camden Law … Continue reading The UrbanPromise Story: A journey of faith and social justice