Highlights of News and Media Coverage

November 8, 2012

Recent Media Coverage

Rutgers School of Law-Newark alumna Elizabeth Warren elected to the U.S. Senate
New Faces: Newly elected US senators  Huffington Post, Nov. 8
Elizabeth Warren, at a glance  San Francisco Chronicle, Nov. 8
Massachusetts sends Warren to U.S. Senate   Harvard Law School Newsletter Nov. 8
Family long a bedrock for Warren  Boston Globe, Oct. 24

Professor Penny Venetis on the problems of electronic voting                                                                                                          
ACLU says some unable to vote by e-mail, asks judge to intervene  Star Ledger, Nov. 8 

Rutgers School of Law-Newark study is cited
Eight questions about the presidential election   The Independent, Nov. 7

Professor Carlos Gonzalez on the U.S. Supreme Court and affirmative action in the college admissions process
Fisher v. University of Texas Explained Ebony, Oct. 2012

The Institute of Jazz Studies touted as a unique academic offering
Unique programs at state colleges attract studentsThe Record, Oct. 19

Thomas Jefferson’s views on slavery are complicated, notes Interim Dean Jan Lewis
What Did Thomas Jefferson Really Think About Slavery? Daily Beast, Oct. 17

Some students cheat to survive while others cheat to thrive, comments Professor Donald McCabe
So Romney Lies-So What? Who Cares? Real Clear Politics, Oct. 11

Associate Professor Geraldine Henderson discusses the benefits of “crowd-funding”
North Jersey artists, entrepreneurs ‘crowd-fund’ their dreams through Kickstarter and other sites The Record, Oct. 11

At Dodge poetry festival, Professor Clement Price discusses effect of Newark riots on Amiri Baraka’s work
A Poet Looks Back on a Bloody Week in 1967
New York Times, Oct. 10

Dean John Farmer on the decisiveness of Rutgers President Robert Barchi
New Rutgers president tightens grip on university's reins Star-Ledger, Oct. 8

Professor Carlos Seiglie comments on the importance of restoring peace in the Middle East
NATO is the key to peace in the Middle East Star-Ledger, Oct. 5

Former Chancellor Steven Diner opines on the effects of college rankings
How Useful Are College Rankings New York Times, Oct. 3

Police rely on the public in missing person cases, according to Wayne Fisher of the Police Institute
Kara Alongi Twitter hoax shows social media's effect on missing person cases Star-Ledger, Oct. 1

Senior Associate Dean Frances Bouchoux, Professor James Gray Pope, Program Director Jessica Kitson on human trafficking
Braun: Human trafficking a dark, expansive international issue Star-Ledger, Sept. 30
Rutgers symposium looks at sex-related human trafficking 'in our own backyard' The Record, Sept. 28

Athletic Director Mark Griffin named East Coast Athletic Conference Josten’s Male Administrator of the Year
Verona Resident Named Administrator of the Year  Verona-Cedar Grove Patch, Sept. 28

Professor Mark Gluck receives grant from the National Science Foundation to conduct a sleep assessment study
Study to assess impact of sleep on cognitive and emotional well-being Medical Xpress, Sept. 25

Arthur Guarino, instructor of economics, finance and public policy, on New Jersey’s lowered credit rating
Opinion: Credit rating dip may take toll on N.J. The Record, Sept. 23


Recent News Releases

Two alumni from Rutgers School of Law – Newark in the U.S. Senate  Nov. 6

Trade The Skis for Textbooks and Credits During Winter Break Nov. 6

Rutgers, Community Groups and Churches Team Up To Promote Alzheimer’s Awareness, Educate Caregivers Nov. 5

Wellness Center Operated By Rutgers, FOCUS Hispanic Center. Will Serve All Newark Residents Oct. 18

Social Innovation Institute recognized for its work to create economic change in the community Oct. 16

Webinar Launch of the Virtual Museum of Public Service Oct. 15

Professor Jean-Marc Coicaud Named Carnegie Global Ethics Fellow Oct. 12

Robert Campbell, Rutgers MBA alum, makes $1.25 million pledge to support Robert Wood Johnson Hospital Oct. 11

Federal Tax Law Clinic Partners With the NYC Bar Justice Center in Assisting Detained Immigrants Oct. 9

Professor Penny Venetis, Co-Director of Rutgers Constitutional Litigation Clinic, Appointed Judge Debevoise Scholar Oct. 4

Professor Michel Crew recognized by UK’s Royal Mail Sept. 30

Rutgers Business School ,PSEG set example of a public-private partnership to create jobs and solve social problems Sept. 28

Interim Chancellor Philip Yeagle to Recognize Three for Excellence in Research, Teaching, Service Sept. 27

‘Hip-Hop For Peace’ On Oct. 12 To Celebrate ‘Day Of Race’, Promote Social Justice Sept. 27