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President Barchi has issued a statement in support of students' rights to free expression and privacy, ahead of planned protests over Donald Trumps policy agenda. Read his full statement here:

Nov 18 - Labor Issues in Higher Ed

Ph.D. in Higher Education Brown Bag Series

Labor Issues in Higher Education

Michelle Van Noy
Associate Director, Education and Employment Research Center
School of Management and Labor Relations

Friday, November 18, 2016
11:30 A.M. -- 1:30 P.M.
Levin 103
Livingston Campus

Please register here.

October 26: Why the Humanities Matter


250th Anniversary Presidential Symposium

Why the Humanities Matter

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

1:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Hageman Hall - New Brunswick Theological Seminary
35 Seminary Place, New Brunswick
College Avenue Campus


Kwame Anthony Appiah
Professor, Philosophy/Law, New York University

Pauline Yu
President, American Council of Learned Societies

Panel Discussions with Rutgers faculty

Please register at - please replace "brokenmail" with

Sign in: 12:00-1:00 p.m.

Reception to follow the presentations.

Ph.D. in Higher Education Brown Bag Series

Academic Affairs - Middle States Self-Study Panel Discussion

Barbara Bender, Associate Dean of the Graduate School
Robert Heffernan, Vice President for Institutional Research
Roberta Leslie, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
Ann Gould, University Senate
Barbara Lee, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs 

Wednesday, October 19, 2016
11:30 a.m - 1:30 p.m.
College Avenue Student Center, Room 411

Please register here

Rutgers Camden will hold the 3rd annual Faculty eLearning Conference on Thursday, April 7, 2016. 

Faculty and instructors at Rutgers Camden and participating community colleges can find more information at the Engaged eLearning Conference web page.

Rutgers Center for Online and Hybrid Learning (COHLIT) is running the 7th annual Rutgers Online Learning Conference Mid-Atlantic Region on January 11-12, 2016, in New Brunswick.  This year, Rutgers has partnered with University Professional and Continuing Education Association - Mid-Atlantic Chapter (UPCEA), and is excited to continue working with NJEDge, to include two full days of presentations and workshops on a wide variety of topics. 

Keynote speakers include:
Jeffrey Selingo - Author of College (Un)bound
Deb Adair - Managing Director and Chief Planning Officer of Quality Matters
Ray Schroeder - Founding Director of the Center for Online Leadership at the University Continuing and Professional Education Association (UPCEA).
Joan Bouillon - Director of Regulatory Compliance
Kenneth Ronkowitz - Senior Designer at New Jersey Institute of Technology

The full schedule and conference registration can be found at the Rutgers Online Learning Conference web site.

Due to the current weather conditions, Dr. Matt Reed is unable to travel to New Brunswick. We are canceling both the 11:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. talks that were scheduled for Friday, March 6. 

We plan to reschedule, and will post information when it is available. 
James T. Minor, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Higher Education will speak on the Douglass Campus on February 18, 2015. Dr. Minor will address issues of educational access and President Obama's initiatives to expand college access. 

This event is sponsored by the Office of Student Access and Educational Equity, and Undergraduate Academic Affairs.

February 18, 2015
11:00 A.M.
Trayes Hall, Douglass Student Center

Please register here. More information is available on the SAEE web site.
Rutgers CTAAR and the Ph.D. in Higher Education program invite you to a talk on the future of Higher Education, on March 6th at 2:00 p.m.

Matt Reed, Ph.D. is an alumnus of the graduate program in Political Science, Rutgers New Brunswick and is the Vice President for Academic Affairs at Holyoke Community College in Holyoke, Massachusetts.  He is well known for his Inside Higher Education blog Confessions of a Community College Dean, in which, as Matt puts it, "A veteran of cultural studies seminars in the 1990s moves into academic administration and finds himself a married suburban father of two. Foucault, plus lawn care."

The Future of Higher Ed: Inequality, Mobility, Democracy and Workforce Development - the Community College Sector
Friday, March 6, 2015 from 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Pane Room Alexander Library

Seating for this  talk is limited, so please register and please come to the talk.  

Register here:

For those not able to attend the New Brunswick Faculty Council RU Teaching Conference that was held in October, the video recordings of the conference are now available at NJVid

To view the videos, please click the link to log in, and select "Rutgers University" from the institution list. The videos require either Adobe Flash or Google Chrome (Google Chrome includes a more secure version of Flash and is recommended).

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