Campus Activity: Faculty Research & Creative Activities Symposium


November 28, 2018    
9:00 am-3:00 pm

Event Type

Rutgers University–Camden is at the forefront of cutting-edge research and exceptional creative activities.  Our faculty members are leaders within their disciplines, exploring issues of great significance in today’s world. Come to this event and learn what our faculty has been researching!

Please attend 1 session or more (there are 3 total sessions to choose from)

Session 01:

Nathan Fong,“Anchoring Effects on Product Valuations”

Richard Epstein,“Terrorism & the Cultural Salience of Moral Foundations”

Sarah Allred, “Uncovering the Community’s Perspective on Health”

Angela Kelly & Robert Scoloverno, ” Evaluation of a Teen Outreach Program at LEAP Academy Charter School”

Session 02: 

Wenhua Lu, ” Mental Disorders among Asian-American Youth: Why don’t they use mental health services?”

Próspero García, ” Empowering Learners through Mediated Conceptual-Activity: Bringing critical thinking back into the equation”

Sara-Beth Plummer, ” Fidget Widget and Paper Wrappers: Using creativity and meta-cognition in the classroom to improve student outcomes and encourage focus and critical thinking”

Session 03:

Jinglin Fu, ” DNA Mediated proximity assembly circuits for sensing biochemical targets”

Jane Siegel, Jill Friedman, Sara-Beth Plummer, & Kimberly Moran, ” Wrongful Conviction Policy and Remediation in New Jersey”

James Brown, ” Histories of Hateware”

Michael S. Hayes, ” Does Switching to a Four-Day School Week Save Money: Evidence from Oklahoma School Districts”


Location: Campus Center, lower level, Conference Room West ABC