Professor Wendy Woloson was awarded a grant from Rutgers University as part of the Open and Affordable Textbooks Initiative. This is an honor for Dr. Woloson and a wonderful way of supporting our students.
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The Colonial Dames of NJ Essay Prize for 2017 will be awarded to Rutgers history student Brian O’Rourke for his essay produced in the Perspectives course “Guatamala in the Cold War” taught by Professor Lorrin Thomas.
Bottled water, juices and paper good for Cathedral Kitchen, for the community service project for the African American History Since 1960s class.
Students from the History Club and Professor Kate Epstein’s military history class traveled to Philadelphia on Veterans’ Day to view the new Library Company exhibition on US involvement in World War I. They were accompanied by Professor Wendy Woloson, who gave a short talk introducing the Library Company and the exhibition,
The Rutgers-Camden History Department says goodbye to Andy Lees, Jerry Verbrugghe and Allen Woll who has retired after a combined 128 years of service to Rutgers. (From Left to Right: Andy Lees, Lorrin Thomas, Allen Woll, Kriste Lindmeyer and Jerry Verbrugghe.)