Prof. Moran & Prof. Betz hosts 5th annual Ethics Bowl debate tournament

For the 5th year in a row, Professor Moran will be facilitating the Rutgers-Camden Ethics Bowl, a co-taught class with Professor Betz in the Department of Philosophy & Religion (50:730:240).  The class, Debating Ethical Issues Across Disciplines, teaches students ethical frameworks through which dilemmas can be addressed.  Students prepare scenarios that are then debated in … Continue reading Prof. Moran & Prof. Betz hosts 5th annual Ethics Bowl debate tournament

Prof. Moran & Prof. Betz hosts 4th annual Ethics Bowl debate tournament

For the 4th year in a row, Professor Moran will be facilitating the Rutgers-Camden Ethics Bowl, a co-taught class with Professor Betz in the Department of Philosophy & Religion (50:730:240).  The class, Debating Ethical Issues Across Disciplines, teaches students ethical frameworks through which dilemmas can be addressed.  Students prepare scenarios that are then debated in … Continue reading Prof. Moran & Prof. Betz hosts 4th annual Ethics Bowl debate tournament

Prof Moran awarded NEH funding

Professor Kimberlee Moran was awarded the NEH Summer Stipend for: “The Arch Street Project: Visualizing the Historical, Archaeological, and Bioanthropological Evidence from the First Baptist Church of Philadelphia’s Burial Ground”.  The grant will fund the production of an interactive site map of the cemetery excavated in 2017.  Nearly 500 burials were recovered and are still being … Continue reading Prof Moran awarded NEH funding

Prof. Moran & Prof. Betz hosts 3rd annual Ethics Bowl debate tournament

For the 3rd year in a row, Professor Moran will be facilitating the Rutgers-Camden Ethics Bowl, a co-taught class with Professor Betz in the Department of Philosophy & Religion (50:730:240).  The class, Debating Ethical Issues Across Disciplines, teaches students ethical frameworks through which dilemmas can be addressed.  Students prepare scenarios that are then debated in … Continue reading Prof. Moran & Prof. Betz hosts 3rd annual Ethics Bowl debate tournament

Chemistry Student Ariel Smart Presents at AAFS

Chemistry Master’s Student, Ariel Smart, presented her research at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences annual conference in Feb 2020.  Her poster, titled ” The Effect of pH on Presumptive Serological Screening Tests” was a candidate for the Young Forensic Scientists Award.