Highlights of News and Media Coverage

June 3, 2010


Prof. Nihal Altan-Bonnet's research
How RNA Viruses Copy Themselves: Hijack Cellular Enzyme to Create Viral Replication Factories on Cell Membranes Science Daily, May 30

Prof. Askin's op-ed on fair housing laws
Stop Trying to Roll Back Mount Laurel Star-Ledger, May 27

Prof. Clement Price in documentary on the Bordentown School
Documentary focuses on 'Tuskegee of the North' NPR, May 24

Prof. Steve C. Gold on lead paint poisoning and the law
Op-Ed: Poisoned by paint The Record, May 19

On the 50th anniversary of the invention of 'The Pill,' recognizing Newark's impact on its inventor
Rutgers University-Newark holds graduation Star-Ledger, May 17

Law Clinic Prof. Lauren Cohen helps free wrongfully-convicted man
Newark man freed after nearly 25 years in prison starts a new life Star-Ledger, May 16

Local businesses get free consulting from Rutgers Business School students
Rutgers Business School provides free marketing analysis for Highland Park businesses NJ Today, May 12

Rutgers Business School's physical expansion to accommodate increased demand
Demand high for a business education NJBIZ, May 10

Legal scholars' views on Gov. Christie's decision not to reappoint Associate Justice John Wallace
NJ Supreme Court Justice John Wallace is an undeserving victim of Gov. Chris Christie's activism Star-Ledger, May 9
NJ Dems won't consider replacement justice WCBS-TV, May 4
Christie may be blocked in replacing New Jersey Justice Wallace Bloomberg Businessweek, May 3
N.J. Senate president blasts Christie for not reappointing Supreme Court Justice Wallace Star-Ledger, May 3

Prof. Clement Price on the 2010 Newark council and mayoral races
Newark council races look close, with at least three seats vulnerable Star-Ledger, May 7
Newark Mayor Cory Booker closes in on second term Star-Ledger, May 7

Prof. Stuart Green explains Apple's right to protect its iPhone prototype, whether stolen or lost
iPhone, Gizmodo, and moral clarity about crime Christian Science Monitor, May 4

Prof. Stevie Watson comments on Continental's brand recognition in the wake of its merger with United
Continental Airlines deal with United marks end of storied aviation name Star-Ledger, May 4

Rutgers University-Newark alumnae in the news
A people person at heart Bloomfield Life, Apr. 29
An advocate for the average citizen Newsweek, Apr. 28
Who should be the next justice? New York Times, Apr. 28 



Rutgers Cell Biologist Pinpoints How RNA Viruses Copy Themselves May 28

Celebrating Newark, New Jersey, on the 50th Anniversary of The Pill May 27

Head of Rutgers Genocide Center Can Provide Unique Insight as Verdict Nears in Khmer Rouge Trial May 27

Professor's Free GIS Textbook Download Helps Crime-Fighting and Public Safety Practitioners Worldwide May 26

PSEG CEO Ralph Izzo speaks out on climate change's implications at Rutgers Business School May 26

The Personal Stories Behind Five Landmark LGBT Rights Decisions Are Told in New Book May 25

Keeping Women out of Prison, Preventing Recidivism, Topics of June 9 Rutgers Conference on Women, Jail May 21

MBA Program ranks #17 in the nation for employment rate of graduates May 18

Rutgers Business School offers One-Year MBA track for students with advanced standing May 13

Frank and Marilyn Askin Show Their Commitment to Clinical Legal Education With a Gift of More Than $115,000 May 12

Professor Jon Dubin of Rutgers-Newark Law School Honored for Excellence in Service, Social Justice, and Advocacy April 29

Carl Djerassi, Inventor of "The Pill," Will Speak at Rutgers Convocation in Newark May 17, Receive Honorary Degree April 29