Rutgers Board of Governors Approves B.A. in Gender Studies at Rutgers–Camden

The Rutgers University Board of Governors today approved the establishment of a bachelor of arts in gender studies program at Rutgers University–Camden. “The importance of gender studies as an academic discipline lies in its investigation of enduring and emerging issues relevant to today’s diverse world,” says Gail Caputo, a professor of criminal justice and director … Read more of Rutgers Board of Governors Approves B.A. in Gender Studies at Rutgers–Camden

Creating a welcome and inclusive course– starting with the syllabus

Story originally posted at 9:18 a.m. June 1, 2018, by Christie DeCarolis in Rutgers–Camden IDT News In May 2018, Instructional Design & Technology collaborated with the Gender Studies department to create a workshop about designing welcoming and inclusive course syllabi. Why is this important? Research shows that students are more successful in courses where they feel a sense a … Read more of Creating a welcome and inclusive course– starting with the syllabus

What I Was Wearing Exhibit

It is all too often that victims of sexual violence hear the question, “What were you wearing?” .This survivor art exhibit, first created at the University of Kentucky and inspired by the Dr. Mary Simmerling poem of the same name, powerfully answers this question and reminds viewers that sexual violence has nothing to do with how we dress. March … Read more of What I Was Wearing Exhibit

Wonder Woman: Viewing and Discussion

Join us to watch this box-office smash hit, enjoy refreshments, and discuss with Sarah Bear – a Training & Outreach Coordinator at NJCASA (NJ Coalition Against Sexual Assault) Additional Information can be found at: https://rulinked.camden.rutgers.edu/event/1888553 Date and Time Monday, March 26 2018 at 6-9 PM Add To Google Calendar | iCal/Outlook Location Multi-Purpose Room, Campus Center   Hosted … Read more of Wonder Woman: Viewing and Discussion

Rolling with Rejection: Featuring Speaker Jean Semelfort

Rejection is never an easy thing to deal with, especially when it comes from someone we want. Some may refuse with a polite “No,” while others may be rude in their expressed disinterest. For those who have experienced rejection, it is an emotionally and physically unpleasant feeling and we don’t always respond to it well; Come learn how … Read more of Rolling with Rejection: Featuring Speaker Jean Semelfort

Women Engaging in Politics: Challenges and Opportunities

What is activism? What are politics? How can you get involved? Learn more about your own leadership style and formulate strategies for embarking on leadership roles within politics to make a difference within your community. Hear stories from our local leaders. All are welcome from those who are thinking they never want to be in politics to those … Read more of Women Engaging in Politics: Challenges and Opportunities

RED Talks: Remarkable Women

We will be hosting Remarkable Women from around the area to celebrate the closing of Women’s History Month. Join us for Dinner, Discussion, and Dessert! These women include: Laura Tolver – DNP(c), BSN, RN, Advocate for Change, Rutgers Alumna Laura Luciano – Associate Director of Violence Prevention & Victim Assistance Deesha Dyer – Speaker, Writer, Creative Event and Strategy, … Read more of RED Talks: Remarkable Women