Featured Faculty

Dr. Katrina Hazzard-Donald Dr. Katrina Hazzard-Donald, Associate Professor of Sociology, explores African Americans’ experience and practice of the herbal healing folk belief tradition known as Hoodoo in her new book, Mojo Workin’: The Old African American Hoodoo System (University of Illinois Press: 2012. Working against conventional scholarship Hazzard-Donald argues that Hoodoo emerged first in three … Read more of Featured Faculty

Student News

RU a Masterton Award Winner? Each year, the department confers the George Masterton Award (named for the department’s first chair) on graduating seniors for outstanding academic achievements, significant contribution to the department and campus, and for intellectual promise. Let the department chair know if you’d like to be considered for this award. In addition to … Read more of Student News

New Faculty Settle In

Dr. Louis Tuthill, a criminologist, who teaching portfolio comprises theories of crime and delinquency and methods. His passion is spatial analysis and he is interested in finding like-minded students to work with him. Dr. Stephanie Bush-Baskette, another criminologist, teaches the same core classes plus ethics and policy. She also coordinates our off-campus programs at Mays … Read more of New Faculty Settle In

The Cookies That Saved Rutgers

On September 4 (Tuesday) and 5 (Wednesday) The Cookies that Saved Rutgers will be available free to returning and new students affiliated with the Department. Just come to the department at 405 Cooper Street during working hours and find a fresh batch of cookies for you in our second floor student lounge. Baked by Sherry … Read more of The Cookies That Saved Rutgers

Two Department Meetings in September

Faculty will meet for a general purpose faculty meeting at 12:20 on September 7th in the third floor seminar room and will again to discuss the matters related to hiring new at 12:20 on September 28 in the same location. 

Criminal Justice Organization

Get involved and make a difference in the Camden Community! The CJO’s first scheduled meeting for the fall semester:  Monday September 10, 2012 from 4:15 pm to 5:15 pm in the Student Center, Room South A. The Criminal Justice Organization (CJO)serves to foster fellowship among students interested in a variety of issues within the criminal justice … Read more of Criminal Justice Organization