Highlights of News and Media Coverage

July 30, 2012

Recent Media Coverage

Professor Clement Price comments on Mayor Booker’s reputation
Cory Booker, Newark's celebrity mayor, takes flak but scores points Star-Ledger July 29

Police Chief Michael Lattimore is interviewed on the topic of police suicide
Tragedy in Blue  NJ Monthly, August 2012

Law School’s Constitutional Litigation Clinic is co-editor of report on vulnerabilities for out-of-country voters
Report: State systems for overseas voters vulnerable  USA Today, July 26
Delaware is not ready to vote Washington Post, July 25
Report on US State voting systems finds widespread problems with overseas voting  Montreal Gazette, July 25

Rutgers mourns untimely passing of Denyse Thomasos, professor of art
Dedicated' art professor at Rutgers-Newark, painter at 'height of her powers' dies at 47 Star-Ledger July 26

Assistant Professor Nihal Altan-Bonnet receives prestigious Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers
3 young N.J. researchers win honors from Obama
Star-Ledger, July 24

Professor Mark Gluck reviews new research that concludes moderate walking and resistance training may reduce Alzheimer’s
Exercise May Reduce Risk of Alzheimer's WebMD, July 16

Rutgers-Newark helps the city of Newark open its first bicycle lane
Wheel Deal: Newark Opens First Bike Lane
Newark Patch, July 13

Professor Sharan Jagpal on the effectiveness of social media for companies
North Jersey companies ramp up social media efforts
The Record, July 12

Assistant Professor Joel Caplan uses risk terrain modeling to identify crime areas
Stopping Crime Before It Starts Reason.com, July 10

Professor Clement Price comments on the history of the Passaic River as an industrial and residential dumping ground
Newark Reintroduces Itself to River Wall Street Journal, July 8

Assistant Professor Christina Ho shares views on the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Affordable Health Care Act
Medicaid ruling upholds 'carrot,' overturns 'stick'; will states sign on anyway?
NBCNews.com, July 2
Health-Care Decision: More Questions Than Answers?
WSJ Live, June 28

Interim Dean Jan Lewis on the cost of the Rutgers-UMDNJ merger
Is the Rutgers plan really cost free? Hardly Star-Ledger, June 24

James Credle, retired assistant dean of students, and Donovan Linder, R-N alumnus receive Pride of Essex County Awards
Essex County Executive hosted LGBTQ Pride Month Celebration
Star-Ledger, June 1

 

Recent News Releases

Rutgers Business School Thought Leadership at the London Olympics: Achieving Sustainable Economic Growth  July 25                                                          

Rutgers Mourns Artist, Professor Denyse Thomasos: Services Set for Friday, July 27 July 24

President Obama Selects Professor Altan-Bonnet for Prestigious Award July 23

Center for Management Development Admitted to Prestigious International University Consortium for Executive Education July 23

Former President of Verizon New Jersey Dennis Bone, Rutgers MBA '84, inducted into Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni July 19

Future non-profit leaders will participate in program sponsored by Victoria Foundation at Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership July 12

The "Jersey kid" who ran the most famous guitar brand in the world July 6

Rutgers Institute of Jazz Studies Named Literary Landmark July 6

Alumni Association to Honor Judge Rosemary Gambardella, Hazel O’Leary and Vincent Warren at Annual Awards Dinner July 2

Rutgers Law Provides Experts on U.S. Supreme Court Rulings, including Healthcare Law June 28

Nationally Prominent Litigator Douglas Eakeley Appointed First Alan V. Lowenstein Chair in Corporate and Business Law June 25

Rutgers Business School ranked: Top B-Schools for MBA Pay by Bloomberg Businessweek June 25

Rutgers Business School website declared one of the top 50 B-School websites worth visiting June 15