Highlights of News and Media Coverage

April 27, 2010


Rutgers Law alumnus Gerald Krovatin is profiled
Gerald Krovatin, the man who took on Christie, Corzine and Codey Star-Ledger, Apr. 21

Psychology Prof. Barry Komisaruk's research
Rutgers lab studies female orgasm through brain imaging Star-Ledger, Apr. 20

Editorial in praise of Prof. Clement Price's endowment gift to Rutgers
Black History gift will keep giving Star-Ledger, April 19

Lecturer Daniel Bromberg, School of Public Affairs and Administration, on New York City finances
Nonprofit Groups Hopeful by Wary as City Aims to Cut Red Tape New York Times, April 19

Rutgers Business School set to build new facility on the New Brunswick campus
Rutgers sets schedule for new business school Star-Ledger, Apr. 16

Rutgers receives $100,000 gift from History Prof. Clement Price to endow lecture series
Rutgers University-Newark professor donates $100K for black history lecture series Star-Ledger, Apr. 13

More and more law clinics, including those at Rutgers School of Law - Newark, are being sued
First, they get rid of the law clinics New York Times, Apr. 12

Rutgers-Newark student veteran Joseph Harrell talks about the Combat Paper Project
Veterans express themselves in art exhibit at Newark Public Library Star-Ledger, Apr. 10

History Prof. Clement Price shares thoughts on former Mayor James' return to Newark after serving sentence
Former Mayor Sharpe James returns to Newark WNYC, Apr. 7

Business Prof. Jay Soled advocates limitations on tax deductions for luxury skybox tickets to sporting events
Throw out skybox tax subsidies New York Times, Apr. 4

Business Prof. Daniel Levin conducts study on the Justice Department's increased publicity of successful tax fraud prosecutions
Study: DOJ ups publicity of tax fraud before April 15 Main Justice, Mar. 31

Rutgers University-Newark and Chancellor Steven J. Diner touted for their diversity advocacy
Ask the white guy: How do we recruit Latino college grads? Diversity Inc., Mar. 31

Political Science Prof. Alexander Motyl examines the actions of Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych
Ukraine's democracy in danger Wall Street Journal, Mar. 29

Law Prof. Frank Askin comments on the constitutionality of the newly enacted health care reform legislation
Health reform should survive legal challenges Star-Ledger, Mar. 25  New Jersey doctors group files suit over health care reform law Star-Ledger, Mar. 23

English Prof. Jayne Anne Phillips talks about the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing Program
Hotbed of creative writing thrives at Rutgers-Newark New Jersey Newsroom, Mar. 22

Criminal Justice Prof. Ko-lin Chin comments on the prevalence of illicit activities in the city of Chongqing
China's dark city: behind Chongqing's crime crackdown Time, Mar. 15

Business Prof. Farrokh Langdana explains why Executive MBA programs continually reconfigure themselves
Tailoring their curricula for the corner-office set NJ Biz, Mar. 13

Rutgers-Newark Alumnus Shah Ali awarded a Soros New American Fellowship
Nine awarded Soros New American Fellowships for 2010 India West, Mar. 11

Business Prof. Farrokh Langdana cautions members of The CFO Alliance of the threat of inflation
CFOs: innovate, beware of inflation NJ Biz, Mar. 11



Law School Professor Charles Auffant Wins Outstanding Junior Faculty Award from AALS Clinical Section April 26

Gov. Christine Whitman to Discuss Impact of Women in Politics at Rutgers-Newark Law School on April 28 April 26

Make Some Fine Feathered Friends While Bird-Watching at Rutgers University in Newark April 22

Partnership between pharmaceutical industry and RBS ensures relevant curriculum produces top-talent graduates April 21

Rutgers to put Apple iPad to the test in new digital marketing program April 21

Rutgers University and the Newark Public Schools Finalize Research Collaborative April 21

Earth Day 2010: Rutgers University, Newark Volunteers Will Beautify Newark Campus, Help Thirsty Birds April 20

24-Hour Study Lounges, Free Massages, Will Relieve the Stress of Final Exams for Rutgers Students April 20

RBS team takes 2nd in Johnson & Johnson national case competition April 20