Highlights of News and Media Coverage

March 22, 2013

Selected Recent Media Coverage

 

Lecturer Tom McCabe on U.S.’s revered tradition of producing quality goalkeepers
The (G)loved Ones  New York Times, March 21

Dean Glenn Shafer comments on need for small business development center in Middlesex County
Entrepreneurship in Middlesex celebrated with opening of small business center at Rutgers mycentraljersey.com, March 20

Senior Associate Dean Frances Bouchoux receives Trailblazer Award from NJ Women Lawyers Association
Nutley's Frances Bouchoux Honored by 600 Judges Today NJHometown.com, March 20

Vice Dean Ronald Chen calls for greater Hurricane Sandy relief transparency
ACLU: Public Input Needed for Sandy Aid Spending Ocean City Patch, March 20

RBS alumna Anna Marie Gewirtz tapped as new development VP for the State Theatre of NJ
Ready for successful run Courier News, March 19

Professor Carlos Ball discusses same-sex issues
Supreme Court to decide the fate of same-sex marriage
mycentraljersey.com, March 19

Professor Beryl Satter’s Book “Family Properties” is discussed
The Ghetto Is Public Policy   The Atlantic, March 19
How The Atlantic Discovered Chicago’s Troubled Past   Chicago Magazine, Feb. 28

Professor Fran  Bartkowski on teaching Philip Roth in Newark
A feminist won over by Philip Roth: Opinion Star-Ledger, March 17

R-N alumnus Keith Banks shares insight with students
Rutgers alum tells students how to lead a difficult merger The Record, March 16

Law School to open nonprofit law firm for some graduates
To Place Graduates, Law Schools Are Opening Firms New York Times, March 7

Newark College of Arts & Sciences/University College convocation speaker and honorary degree recipient, Lonnie G. Bunch III
Rutgers awards honorary degrees to respected leaders  mycentraljersey.com, March 7

Professor Penny Venetis on New Jersey voting machines
Paperless vote system’s end sought in N.J. philly.com, March 7
Court hears argument about NJ voting machines
Business Week, March 6
N.J. voting machines vulnerable, groups tell judges
The Record, March 6

Rutgers Newark and Camden law schools merger plans
This Rutgers merger makes sense: Editorial Star-Ledger, March 6

Professor Bernard Bell op-ed on privacy and paparazzi
Opinion: ‘Steven Tyler’ law focuses on photographers  The Record, March 6

Professor Paula Tallal’s research shows that music can help children with attention disorders
Power of Art: Can music help treat children with attention disorders?  BBC News Magazine, March 5

More than $2 million in fiscal ’13 grants to R-N from the National Institutes of Health
Universities work on managing research grants during integration  NJBiz, March 4

RECENT NEWS RELEASES

“Climate Change Policy Failures” by Prof. Howard Latin Chosen as One of Best Recent Books on the Environment March 19

Journalism Conference Focuses on Freedom of Information Laws March 18

What Modern Democracies Should Understand About Clan-based Societies Explored in New Book by Prof. Weiner March 15

Small Business Development Center opens in Middlesex County to assist businesses and enrich student learning March 13

Retired Supreme Court Justice John E. Wallace, Jr. to Deliver Weintraub Lecture on April 4 March 13

Endowment at School of Criminal Justice Will Fund Research into Gangs March 8

Mark Angelson ’75, Tranformational Business,Civic Leader, to Be Inducted Into Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni March 8

Do More Than Beat The Heat This Summer; Beat The Competition Through Courses At Rutgers March 7

April 13th Open House At Rutgers University, Newark, Welcomes Freshmen, Undergraduate Transfers March 7

Roundtable on Reducing Gun Violence in Newark Set for March 12 March 6

CEO Lecture Series features president of U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management March 6

Impacting Nursing and the State with NJNS Leadership March 6

Professor Penny Venetis to Argue Case Against Flawed Electronic Voting Machines on March 5 March 4

Rutgers Board of Governors appoints Vikram Nanda to the Albert R. Gamper Jr. Chair in Business March 1