Highlights of News and Media Coverage

April 12, 2012

Recent Media Coverage

Professor Tayari Jones, Radcliffe Fellow at Harvard
On the page, life after prison
  Harvard Gazette, April 11

Harlem Book Fair at Rutgers University –Newark April 27-28
Harlem Book Fair to Make Newark Debut  Star Ledger, April 10

Biology Professor Jessica Ware’s love of insects leads her to genomics research
Turning Point:  Jessica Ware  Nature, April 4

Professor Lawrence Miller offers financial control board as solution to Detroit’s financial woes
Guest commentary: Lessons Detroit can learn from other municipal restructurings  Detroit Free Press, March 29

Professor Christina Ho on impact of U.S. Supreme Court’s overturn of the Affordable Care Act
What's impact on N.J. if health care law overturned? Asbury Park Press, March 29

According to Dean Glenn Shafer, Newark the real estate market is becoming vibrant again
Renewed life emerges for Newark luxury apartment building
Star-Ledger, March 27

Professor Clement Price cites Newark as “formidable” for arts infrastructure
Actor's Fund group hopes to build subsidized housing in Newark Star Ledger, March 25

Dean John Farmer on Dharun Ravi trial and the consequences of prosecutions that “go viral”
Dharun Ravi trial shows 'viral prosecutions' compromise justice, mercy
Star-Ledger, March 25

Law School holds conference to promote pro-bono representation immigrants facing deportation
NYU immigration report details disturbing allegations of Essecx County detainee treatment  Star Ledger, March 23

Vice Chancellor Marcia Brown directs “For Colored Girls”
Colleges spotlight Women's History Month
The Record, March 23

Professor Stuart Green’s op-ed on Justice Department case against file sharing site Megaupload
When stealing isn’t stealing New York Times, March 29

Professor Stuart Green weighs in on Florida’s self-defense law
Trayvon Martin: ‘Shoot first’ law under scrutiny BBC News Magazine, March 20

Professor Tayari Jones shares her thoughts on the death of Trayvon Martin
Trayvon Martin: The Lingering Memory Of Dead Boys NPR, March 20

Professor Louis Raveson discusses impact of the Dharun Ravi verdict
Guilty verdict in Ravi webcam spying trial breaks new legal ground
Star-Ledger, March 17

RBS takes first place again in NY regional finals of CFA Institute Research Challenge
Business briefs: Rutgers Business School win Home News Tribune, March 16

Rutgers-Newark hosts G.I. Go Fund’s annual Newark job fair for veterans and their families
NJ veterans at job fair say $9,600 tax credit for employers has improved career prospects
Star-Ledger, March 14

U.S. Supreme Court likely to uphold portion of the Affordable Care Act, says Professor Frank Askin
Braun: 2012 will be historic year for U.S. Supreme Court
Star-Ledger, March 13

Law students collaborate with NJIT and UMDNJ on service trip to the Dominican Republic
Students from 3 Newark universities help locals in Dominican Republic
Star-Ledger, March 11

Professor Paul Tractenberg on the value of diversity on campus
Ruling could impact diversity on campus Asbury Park Press, March 9

Professor Frank Askin on Western Tradition Partnership v. Bullock, (or Citizens United Part II)
Montana Supreme Court throws down gauntlet in Citizens United decision NJ Voices, March 9

Rutgers University-Newark community mourns the death of U.S. Rep. Donald Payne
Fellow politicians, officials mourn loss of U.S. Rep. Donald Payne
Star-Ledger, 6
NJ Rep. Donald Payne Dead at 77 NBC News, March 6

Law School alumna, Supreme Court Justice Virginia Long, retires from the bench
N.J. Supreme Court Justice Virginia Long required to retire
Star-Ledger, March 5

Professor Simon Reich comments on the crisis in Syria
Attacks continue, people queue up for bread
EBRU News, Feb. 23

 

Recent News Releases

Mayor Cory Booker Welcomes The Harlem Book Fair and Declares 2012 the Year of Newark Literacy  April 4

“Know Your Rights” Workshops and Consultations on Immigration Issues for Latino Community on April 14 April 3

Efforts of LRW Instructor Barbara Hoffman Behind New Web-Based Legal Services Directory for People With Cancer April 2

“Take Back the Night” March and Rally in Newark on April 3 March 30

Research on improving sustainable logistics processes leads to prestigious award for professor Dale Rogers March 29

Rutgers Beijing EMBA Alumnus nominated for "Entrepreneur of the Year March 28

New Jersey State House to Host Rutgers Law Review Symposium on the Voting Rights Act of 1965 March 27

Rankings Up Sharply for Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration March 22

Professor George Thomas, Double Jeopardy and Miranda Warning Expert, to Be Honored by Alumni Association March 20

Rutgers Business School team receivs honorable mention at HULT Global Case Competition March 19

Law Day Brings Urban High School Students to Rutgers Law for Program on Legal Rights, Responsibilities, Careers March 19

Rutgers Business School impresses Wall Street experts again, wins CFA Institute Research Challenge second year in a row Feb 22