Stephen Bernardini and Matthew Prickett named the 2012-2013 David K. Sengstack Graduate Fellows

The Department of Childhood Studies at Rutgers University, Camden, is delighted to announce the selection of Steve Bernardini and Matthew Prickett, doctoral candidate in childhood studies, as the 2012- 2013 David K. Sengstack Graduate Fellow.  Stephen Bernardini and Matthew Prickett were selected as the next Sengstack Fellows based on their outstanding academic work and leadership … Read more of Stephen Bernardini and Matthew Prickett named the 2012-2013 David K. Sengstack Graduate Fellows

Faculty in the News

12/13/11 Philadelphia Tribune   Dr. Dan Cook (associate professor, CFAS-childhood studies) offered expert perspective on matters related to child labor during an interview that appeared in the Philadelphia Tribune, the nation’s oldest African American newspaper.  Read the full article at https://www.blackvoicenews.com/news/news-wire/47185-gingrichs-idea-exploits-stereotypes.html.   11/25/11 WHYY-FM 90.9   Dr. Dan Cook (associate professor, CFAS-childhood studies) offered expert … Read more of Faculty in the News

Storybook Slang in Children’s Literature?

Dr. Joseph Barbarese (associate professor, CFAS-English) discussed the hot issue of slang in children’s books during a live interview on “The Ten O’Clock News.” >>>   View the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwT_ATXTcuk.

New Book by Rutgers Researcher Aims to Amplify What Kids Have to Say

Want to capture the attention of a child? A Rutgers-Camden researcher says educators and parents could learn from the corporate world, which has long valued kids’ input. Cindy Dell Clark, a visiting associate professor of anthropology, thinks schools and clinics could learn a thing or two from McDonald’s and Disney. Imagine what a dentist’s office … Read more of New Book by Rutgers Researcher Aims to Amplify What Kids Have to Say