The New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, April 17, 2018, in the Pane Room, Rutgers University Library, 169 College Avenue, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Program: Presentations by NJSAA 2017 Stellhorn and Teaching Award recipients at 4:15 p.m.:
Mary Rizzo, Assistant Professor of Professional Practice, Department of History, and Associate Director, Public Humanities and Digital Initiatives, Rutgers University, Newark. The NJSAA Teaching Award for 2017 recognized the university history class she developed, titled “Place, Community, and Humanities.”
Samuel R. Fogelgaren, The College of New Jersey, discussing his senior thesis, “‘The Fight to Save the Last Frontier’: Exclusionary Zoning and Environmental Protection at the Pequannock Watershed, 1975-1985.”
Thomas R. Federowicz, Rutgers University, speaking about his seminar paper, “Scarlet Knights, Red Crusade: An analysis of the Great Red Scare at Rutgers—New Brunswick.”
NJSAA business meeting at 3 p.m. Everyone is welcome.
Visitors may park in lots 26 and 30, behind the College Avenue gymnasium, and in the College Avenue Parking Deck, next to the library.
Information: Christine A. Lutz, Special Collections and Archives, Rutgers University Library, 848.932.6148, firstname.lastname@example.org.