By Tom McLaughlin. Students in the master of fine arts MFA program in creative writing at Rutgers University—Camden will now have more time to focus on their literary pursuits, thanks to new funding available to full-time students that will cover tuition and living expenses. The grant, allocated by Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, will enable five incoming Rutgers—Camden MFA students to receive traditional teaching assistantships with tuition remission. An additional five students will receive a new, interdisciplinary fellowship with the opportunity to teach composition. In lieu of a traditional teaching schedule, these students will work in various departments on campus in exchange for tuition remission and a stipend. The first cohort of students benefiting from this new arrangement will begin classes in fall
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As of , the Summer Writers Conference will suspend operation. Thank you for many years of support and good writing. Our multi-genre conference encourages participants to attend writing workshops and craft classes in all genres, regardless of the focus of their own writing. Since many of our conference faculty themselves are cross-genre writers, participants have a unique opportunity to ask questions and learn more about cross-genre writing. The conference is open to both Rutgers students and the community, though some prior workshop or professional writing experience is required.
Rutgers University—Camden is one of three regional campuses of Rutgers University , New Jersey 's public research university. It is located in Camden, New Jersey. It is the southernmost of the three regional campuses of Rutgers—the others being located in New Brunswick and Newark.
By Tom McLaughlin. Thanks to funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Rutgers—Camden master of fine arts MFA program in creative writing — in conjunction with the Writers House at Rutgers—Camden — will continue its celebrated Writers in Camden series, which is free and open to the public. A group of critically acclaimed authors and poets will read from their works on select Wednesdays at 7 p. Question-and-answer sessions and receptions with the authors will follow. Air Traffic , a memoir in essays, is forthcoming from Knopf.