Letter Concerning Certification to Teach

Certification to Teach Math N-12 To Masters Student in Teaching Option Dear Student, The following clarifies the two scenarios that apply relative to teacher certification in math, grades N-12. There is no certification necessary to teach at the community college level. The two possibilities are as follows: If the student already posseses teaching certification in … Read more of Letter Concerning Certification to Teach

Annual Award Winners

This year, the 2012 Annual Award Winners are: Scholarship Award: Robin EnglandService Award: Stephen SachsCareer Motivation Award: Tim HearnLen Bidwell Award: Donald Adams Congratulations to all of the award winners!

Department Announces Spring 2010 Course Trip

ANCIENT EGYPT (3 credits) – Spring 2010 50:090:301:01, 56:606:502:01 The course introduces the students to the Ancient Egyptian civilization from the early Stone Age to their conquest by the Persians and Greeks. It gives a comprehensive historical account on the rise and fall of the Egyptian dynasties, analyzes archeological and anthropological evidence, discusses religious, cultural … Read more of Department Announces Spring 2010 Course Trip

Family Establishes Bidwell Scholarship

Dr. Leonard Bidwell’s family recently established Rutgers-Camden’s first endowed scholarship in Mathematics in his memory. When discussing the scholarship, his daughter Sylvia (DC ’90) and son Nicholas, expressed that they wanted to carry on their father’s memory in a meaningful and lasting way. Dr. Bidwell taught in the Mathematics department at Rutgers-Camden for over 30 … Read more of Family Establishes Bidwell Scholarship

Department Announces Spring 2006 Course Trip

ANCIENT EGYPT (3 credits) – Spring 2006 50:525:122:40 (74645) Honors Seminar (honors students who take the trip can sign up and take the course for history credit) 50:606:480:40 (70660) Special Topics in the Liberal Arts 56:606:502:01 (72132) Graduate Liberal Studies (Studies of the Ancient and Medieval Eras) The course introduces the students to the Ancient … Read more of Department Announces Spring 2006 Course Trip