Highlights of News and Media Coverage

November 30, 2011


Professor John Graham Coaches Another Winning Team, Bested Only by Harvard
Rutgers University-Newark Team Places 2nd in the Nation in Federal Reserve Competition nj.com, Nov. 30

Graduate Student Bilal Salaam is interviewed
In Newark, a More Welcoming Response to Occupiers New York Times, Nov. 27

Professor John Graham coaches another winning team for the College Fed Challenge
At Rutgers University-Newark, students debate economic policy ahead of national College Fed Challenge Star-Ledger, Nov. 24

Professor Robert Snyder opines on the First Amendment rights of journalists covering the Occupy protests
Opinion: First Amendment challenged in Occupy protests The Record , Nov. 18

Vice Dean Ronald Chen talks about the judge Leonard I. Garth Lecture Series' namesake
U.S. Supreme Court justice Samuel Alito to Rutgers law students: 'Judging is a craft' Star-Ledger, Nov. 15

Professor David Troutt discusses geography's impact on the U.S.'s economic woes
Geography as destiny POLITICO, Nov. 14

"The way to turn around a struggling city is through entrepreneurship and wealth creations," comments Professor dt ogilvie
Improving Minority Entrepreneurs' Access to Angel Capital Business Week, Nov. 14

Robin Gaby Fisher talks about the heroes of the Seton Hall University dormitory fire
Film documents recovery of Seton Hall dormitory burn victims The Record, Nov. 13

Professor Clement Price emcees Newark's 175th anniversary celebration
Newark celebrates 175 years as incorporated city Star-Ledger, Nov. 10

Marcia Anderson, first African-American female Army major general and R-N alumna, talks about her military career
The Pathbreaker: A Conversation with Major General Marcia Anderson Time, Nov. 4

Dean John Farmer Jr. on the challenges of the current New Jersey districts' map
Congressional redistricting is a tightrope act The Record , Nov. 2

Professor Alex Hinton comments on the standards to be imposed on the UN-backed Khmer Rouge tribunal
UN Prosecutor Says 'Clouds' Hang Over Tribunal Voice of America , Nov. 1

Clinical Professor Penny Venetis on voting-machine malfunction and hacking
South Jersey voting-machine incident makes waves Philadelphia Inquirer, Oct. 31

Professor Chrystin Ondersma supports U.S. Senate candidate and Rutgers-Newark alumna Elizabeth Warren
Elizabeth Warren taps academia support for Senate run Boston Herald, Oct. 30

Professor Jeffrey Robinson encourages would-be entrepreneurs to follow their calling
Where profits and compassion intersect Home News Tribune, Oct. 26

Wayne Fisher on people's perception of crime in Newark 40 years ago
Poll: Unemployment and taxes top list of N.J. residents' concerns Star-Ledger, Oct. 25

Chancellor Steven J. Diner announces his resignation
Rutgers University-Newark Chancellor announces he will resign at end of semester Star-Ledger, Oct. 19

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and former R-N law professor encourages women to, "Dare to disagree"
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg offers advice to female Newark judges Star-Ledger, Oct. 16

Professors Paul Tractenburg and Alan Sadovnik on the Quality Single Accountability Continuum
Opinion: Education panel's report questioned The Record , Oct. 16

RBS growth in New Brunswick
Rutgers breaks ground for building to house its growing business school in Piscataway Star-Ledger, Oct.13

Four R-N representatives sit on the Rutgers University Presidential Search Committee
Search for new Rutgers president begins amid flap over employee pay freezeStar-Ledger, Oct. 12



R-N Student Team Places 2nd In The Nation In Federal Reserve Competition Nov. 30

Rutgers University, Newark, To Honor Students, Staff And Faculty For Community Engagement Nov. 28

International Institute For Peace At Rutgers University, Newark, Is Now Affiliated With UNESCO Nov. 22

Marion Thompson Wright Lecture Series:Daylong Conference Links History And Health In The Black Community Nov. 22

Rutgers University in Newark hosts its first collegiate debate tournament; nearly 70 teams competed Nov. 22

Rutgers University-Newark Students Capture First Place in NY Regional Finals of College FED Challenge Nov. 17

Justice Samuel Alito Delivers First Judge Leonard Garth Lecture Nov. 16

Elizabeth Warren '76 Is Interviewed by Professor Paul Tractenberg About Her Time at Rutgers Law School Nov. 9

Rutgers Business School Newark undergrads compete in TARGET Case Competition for scholarship prizes Nov. 7

Rare Benny Carter, Benny Goodman Archives Now Available To Researchers At Rutgers IJS Nov. 2

IJS Announces Berger-Carter Jazz Research Awards Nov. 2

Rutgers Business School alumna Sheri McCoy ranked 10th Most Powerful Woman in Business Oct. 26

Stephania Mason, Rutgers Business School Student, Awarded $10,000 Minority Doctoral Scholarship From KPMG Foundation Oct. 25

Rutgers EMBA ranked #24 in the US by Financial Times Oct. 25

Rutgers University-Newark Small Business Development Center honors Frederick A. Morton, Jr. of TEMPO TV Oct. 20

Rutgers breaks ground for new Business School home Oct. 13

American Express Foundation grants Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership $50,000 to train emerging nonprofit leaders Oct. 10