Jim Brown

The director of the Digital Studies Center at Rutgers University-Camden, Jim Brown teaches courses in Literature and Videogames, Digital Rhetoric, Electronic Literature, and Introduction to Digital Humanities.  His forthcoming book, Ethical Programs, examines how networked software environments shape and constrain writing, rhetoric, and politics. It looks closely at a number of examples, from a hack … Continue reading Jim Brown

Michael Hayes

Michael Hayes teaches the courses Foundations of Policy Analysis and Financial Management of Public Programs.  His research is in the field of public budgeting and finance, focusing primarily on the impact of tax and expenditures limitations on urban school districts. His additional research in the field of education policy focuses on summer learning loss, and … Continue reading Michael Hayes

Camille Andrews

Camille Andrews is active with continuing legal education. She regularly lectures and has published for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education on a variety of topics.

Lauren Silver

Lauren Silver researches low-income adolescent mothers and policies aimed at reengaging urban youth who have dropped out of school. She joined Rutgers-Camden after completing a postdoctoral fellowship at the Center on Urban Research and Public Policy and the American Culture Studies Program at Washington University in St. Louis.

Vibiana Bowman

Vibiana Bowman’s books include The Plagiarism Plague: A Resource Guide and CD-ROM Tutorial for Educators and Librarians (Neal-Schuman, 2004) and Scholarly Resources for Children and Childhood Studies: A Research Guide and Annotated Bibliography (Scarecrow Press, 2007).

William FitzGerald

William FitzGerald teaches the courses Argument and Style, Visual Rhetoric, and Writing for Nonprofits. His current research project is titled “Serenity Then and Now:  A Cultural History of America’s Favorite Prayer.”