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Highlights of News and Media Coverage

January 26, 2012

Recent Media Coverage

Governor’s plan does not include changes for Rutgers-Newark
Overhauling New Jersey's university system The Star Ledger, Jan. 26

Professor Louis Raveson’s co-authored op-ed on the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision, 39 years later
The Turbulent Story of an Epic Ruling  The Record, Jan. 22

Op-ed by Professor Frank Askin, also on Roe v. Wade
Still a Hot Botton After All These Years  The Record, Jan. 22

R-N alumnus Dennis Bone named to Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni
Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni Class of 2012 Announced  Sacramento Bee, Jan. 18

Frank Lisi, R-N employee, makes feature directorial debut at the New Jersey Film Festival
Fair Lawn director makes feature debut at New Jersey Film Festival The Record, Jan. 18

Professor Jason Barr discusses the economics of building skyscrapers in Manhattan
Uncanny Valley: The Real Reason There Are No Skyscrapers in the Middle of Manhattan New York Observer, Jan. 17

Research by Professors Linda Flynn and Geri Dickson on how nurses can help prevent medication errors
Nurses Key to Care Coordination HealthLeaders Media, Jan. 17
Nursing practices reduce errors Healthcare Finance News, Jan. 13
Nurses' Clinical Reasoning: A Cost-Effective Approach to Preventing Medication Errors Nurse Zone, Jan. 12

Vice Chancellor Marcia Brown receives Steward of the Dream award
Trio Gets Top Honors at MLK Reception Newark Patch, Jan. 12

James Baxter Terrace housing is a part of the African-American urban narrative, according to Professor Clement Price
Di Ionno: As James Baxter Terrace is razed, Newark loses a part of its history Star-Ledger, Jan. 4

Dean John Farmer Jr. reminisces about holiday traditions
Holiday traditions, family memories: A reflection by John Farmer Jr. Star-Ledger, Dec. 29

Professor Michael Santoro questions whether a Chinese developer should be accessing U.S. capital markets
Disappointment in a shell USA TODAY, Dec. 27

Dean John Farmer Jr. is the deciding factor in merging two Democratic Congressional districts into one
Redistricting process breeding corruption Daily Record, Dec. 23
N.J. committee assigned to redraw congressional districts submit final proposals  Star-Ledger, Dec. 22

Rutgers-Newark alumna Joanne P. Robinson named first dean of Rutgers School of Nursing—Camden
Marlton woman named inaugural dean of Rutgers School of Nursing - Camden Gloucester County Times, Dec. 23
Rutgers' new nursing school appoints first dean Philadelphia Business Journal, Dec. 23

Professor Elise Lev to develop program to increase the number of nursing professionals in Haiti
Rutgers Program Aims to Increase the Number of Nursing Professionals in Haiti Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, Dec. 23

Professor Richard F. Keevey on campus security in the wake of tragic shootings at Virginia Tech and other colleges
Opinion: Ensuring our college campuses remain safe The Record, Dec. 22

Police Institute Director Wayne Fisher comments on changes to New Jersey’s internal affairs policies
ACLU pokes hole in N.J. attorney general's internal affairs complaint forms for police Star-Ledger, Dec. 21

Continuing coverage on the Rutgers-Newark Fed Challenge Team’s second place national win
Student News: Dec. 16 The Record, Dec. 16
College Corner: Rutgers team places in College Fed Challenge Star-Ledger, Dec. 11
5 Rutgers-Newark students meet with Federal Reserve chairman Star-Ledger, Dec. 10

“Queer Newark” conference hosted at Rutgers-Newark
Gays in Newark: Our Stories, Our Lives Star-Ledger, Dec. 11

Carter Daniel, director of Rutgers’ Business Communication Programs, advocates teaching rather than punishing
Rutgers prof: So-called 'plagiarism' requires education, not punishment Star-Ledger, Dec. 7

The ability to stir a jury emotionally is an important factor in trial advocacy, according to Professor Louis Raveson
Bergrin murder trial analysis: Felon witnesses tainted government's case Star-Ledger, Dec. 7

Former Chancellor Steven Diner emphasizes available on-campus counseling for students
Rutgers chancellor focuses on counseling services available to students following suicide attempt Star-Ledger, Dec. 3

Professor Penny Venetis on high schools’ willingness to disclose information concerning military enlistment
Rutgers law students say N.J. high school officials ignored request for latest military recruitment practices Star-Ledger, Dec. 1

 

Recent News Releases

Noted Authors, Poets at Rutgers-Newark This Spring Jan. 25

Rutgers Business School Becomes Largest Public University Ph.D. Program in the Country Jan. 24

Feast Your Eyes on Visual Arts at Rutgers-Newark Jan. 23

Treat For Ears, Eyes And Wallet: Great Music And Dance, at A Great Price, at Rutgers in Newark Jan. 23

International Film Festival Highlights Women’s History Month Program March 1-3 at Rutgers University, Newark Jan. 20

Board of Governors Appoints Paul G. Falkowski First Holder of Chair in Business and Natural Resources Jan. 19

The Best Jazz Beat Around Is at Rutgers University, Newark, Home of Jazz Talks, Concerts and More Jan. 19

Live Theater at a Great Price: Rutgers-Newark/NJIT Theatre Program Announces Spring Schedule Jan. 19

Patton Boggs Foundation Extends Public Policy Fellowship Program to Rutgers–Newark Law School Jan. 18

Professor Reid Weisbord Proposes State Law Reform to Promote Widespread Access to the Will-Making Process Jan. 17

Two Trusted Leaders Unite in Support of Community-Wide Engagement Effort Jan. 17

Rutgers-Newark Awarded $2.3 Million To Help Middle School, HS Students Graduate, Go To College Jan. 11

Young social entrepreneurs from Rutgers take on heart health and the beverage world Jan. 4

Supply Chain Management Undergrad Student Wins $5,000 Scholarship from SAP North America Dec. 19

College of Nursing Partners with Haitian University to Build Country’s Infrastructure and Keep Skilled Nurses Home Dec. 14

Associate Dean Fran Bouchoux ’87 Appointed Chair of National Association of Women Judges’ Amicus Committee Dec. 14

Miguel Alexander Pozo ’98 Leads Team That Helps Bring HNBA National Legal Conference to New Jersey Dec. 13

The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development Developing a National Urban Innovation Fund Dec. 7

American Marketing Association Foundation Elects Rutgers Professor Jerome Williams Chairperson Dec. 1