Highlights of News and Media Coverage

March 18, 2010

MEDIA COVERAGE

Dan Morgenstern receives eighth, record-setting Grammy Award
Jazz journalist rewrites history with record-setting Grammy win Daily Targum, Mar. 9

Prof. Beryl Satter's Family Properties featured
Paperback Row New York Times, Mar. 7

Prof. John Kettle comments on the merits of a lawsuit filed against the makers of The Hurt Locker
U.S. Army bomb expert sues arguing Oscar-nominated The Hurt Locker was based on him Star-Ledger, Mar. 5

Prof. James Sawhill's interprets intent of sexually suggestive billboard posted in Newark
Sexually suggestive jeans billboard in Newark sends wrong message Star-Ledger, Feb. 28

Prof. Huixin He has helped develop nanotechnology that could eliminate problems of side effects and drug resistance in the treatment of cancer
Nanotechnology approach may fight problems linked to chemo The Hindu, Feb. 26

Prof. Annette Gordon-Reed receives 2009 National Humanities Medal from President Obama
3 Academics are among recipients of National Humanities Medals Chronicle of Higher Education, Feb. 26  Obama honors leaders in arts and humanities Washington Post, Feb. 26

Prof. Clement Price on renaming High Street to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Renaming a street is a common - and sometimes controversial - way to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Star-Ledger, Feb. 26

Prof. Leo Troy shares views on likelihood of U.S. mass walkouts similar to Greece's
U.S. workers unlikely to go the way of Greece MarketWatch, Feb. 25

Prof. Elizabeth Tricomi discovers the human brain responds to inequitable outcomes
No fair! Why your brain hates inequities MSNBC, Feb. 24

Dean Todd Clear discusses the impact of prison stay on recidivism
A crack in the prison door Stateline, Feb. 24

Associate Dean Ronald Chen cautions campuses of legal consequences when handling suicidal students
Whose life is this anyway? When college students kill themselves Psychology Today, Feb. 22

Attorney Jessica Kitson of the Rutgers Domestic Violence Advocacy Project on restraining orders
Baby's mom says cops told her to wait a day Star-Ledger, Feb. 23

Dean John Farmer's op-ed on the U.S. Supreme Court and its interpretation of the material support statute intended to prohibit corruption and terrorism
What does it take to aid a terrorist? New York Times, Feb. 23

SELECTED RECENT PRESS RELEASED

Clement Price Endows A Legacy of Knowledge With $100,000 Gift to Rutgers University in Newark March 17

John Farmer, Dean of Rutgers-Newark Law School, Honored by the Thurgood Marshall College Fund March 16

MBA students helping companies take their business to the next level March 16

Rutgers University, Newark Public Library, Military Veterans Come Together For 'Combat Paper Project' March 15

RBS students, alumni donate time and effort to help with Newark Now tax-assistance program March 12

Rutgers Business Plan Competition Winners: Where Are They Now? March 9

Juvenile Wrongful Conviction - Causes, Effects and Remedies - Topic of April 9 Symposium at Rutgers-Newark Law School March 5

Rutgers University, Newark, Receives National Recognition for Community Service March 3

Nanotechnology Tackles Major Problems Associated with Chemotherapy - Side Effects and Drug Resistance Feb 25

Scientists Find First Physiological Evidence of Brain's Response to Inequality Feb 24

Hard-hitting Rutgers EMBA program rises in rankings Feb 23

Department of Accounting, Business Ethics & Information Systems ranked 15th worldwide in research productivity Feb 18