Highlights of News and Media Coverage

May 10, 2013



Research by Prof. Panagiotis Karras and colleagues
Expired Emails provide easy route to facebook hacking. New Scientist May 8

Dean Todd Clear is interviewed on “The Rachel Maddow Show” on the topic of missing persons
Cleveland abduction case remarkable for its rarity NBC News, May 7

Lack of connections may explain high unemployment among African Americans, according to Prof. Nancy DiTomaso
How Social Networks Drive Black Unemployment
New York Times, May 5

Star-Ledger editorial on funding disparities between Rutgers campuses
The flimsy revolt at Rutgers
Star-Ledger, May 5

Interim Chancellor Philip Yeagle announces resignation
Rutgers seeks new leader for its Newark campus
  The Record, May 4

Vice Chancellor Gates demonstrates earthquake and tsunami simulators
Sixth annual dinosaur day at The Newark Museum Fox News, May 3

Prof. Brian Ferguson on Chagnon, Yanomami, violence
Are Anthropologists a Dangerous Tribe? Slate, May 2

Letter to the editor from Profs. Crew and Melamed
Give Barchi the time he needs  Star-Ledger, May 2

Prof. Douglas Coate comments on how bad policies can hurt economic growth
Uncertainty Is Bad, but Certainty of Bad Policies Hurts
   Wall Street Journal, May 1

Prof. Paul Boxer on connection between violent video games and violent behavior
Do violent video games breed violent behavior? Yes
Star-Ledger, April 30

Adjunct Prof. Leonard Cole on weaponizing biological materials such as ricin and sarin
Experts: An evil mind-set is a bigger threat than ricin USA Today, April 30
Sarin: The lethal fog of war Reuters, April 29
Arrest Is Made Over Letters Believed to Carry Poison
New York Times, April 17
How dangerous is ricin?
CNN, April 17

Leonard Cole’s thoughts on the Boston Marathon bombings
New Jersey Now: April 28, 2013
WWOR-TV, April 29
Opinion: Preparing for the next one
The Record, April 21

Prof. Annette Juliano comments on ancient Buddhist cave exhibition at China Institute Gallery
NYC Exhibition Depicts Ancient Buddhist Caves
Naitonal Public Radio, April 29

Rutgers alumni so proud of their alma mater, notes Alumni Relations Director Lisa English
At Rutgers Day, students appear eager to move beyond basketball scandal
The Record, April 28

Law school’s Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal hosts cyberbullying conference
When does texting become trouble? Educators talk cyberbullying at Rutgers Star-Ledger, April 25
At Cyberbullying Conference, Experts and Educators Try to Define Line Between Texting and Trouble
NJ Spotlight, April 25
Rutgers forum looks at challenges of prosecuting cyberbullying cases  The Record, April 24

Op-ed by Associate Chancellor Steven Goldstein
A plan to end the bullying crisis at Rutgers  Star-Ledger, April 24

Prof. Alex Hinton on Khmer Rouge tribunals
Time running out for Khmer Rouge tribunals
Aljazeera, April 22

Prof. Terri Kurtzberg tells why some people don’t respond to email messages
REVEALED: Why People Don't Respond To Emails Anymore
Business Insider, April 20
The Anxiety of the Unanswered E-Mail
New York Times, April 19

The Newark School of the Arts honors Prof. Clement Price
Newark School of the Arts Celebrates its 45th Anniversary Local Talk News, April 19
Maplewood Resident Named Executive Director to Newark School of the Arts Maplewood Patch, April 17

Co-director James Abruzzo on corporate social responsibility; Vice Dean Michael Barnett cited
Social responsibility is smart business: Opinion Star-Ledger, April 18



Renowned Conservationist Richard Leakey to Deliver Wildlife Crime Symposium Keynote May 9

Graduate Student Joman Natsheh Selected As International Neuroscience Fellow May 6

Lerner Center's annual symposium addresses bio-pharmaceutical industry's key challenges and trends May 1

Law Library Joins Free Access to Law Movement April 30

Team of Rutgers Executive MBA students and alumni win MBA Sailing Cup in Singapore April 30

Clinical Program Restructures to Better Reflect Breadth of Curricular Opportunities April 29

Investiture Ceremony for Douglas Eakeley, First Holder of Alan V. Lowenstein Chair in Corporate and Business Law April 29

Alumna draws on her management experience and tech knowledge to lead Georgian Court business school April 29

Three New Appointments Announced at the Law School April 26

New Miller International Initiative at Sponsors Israeli-Palestinian Conference on Environmental and Legal Issues April 26

Dedication to Advancing Workers’ Rights Wins 2L Megann McManus Peggy Browning Fellowship April 25

Law Alumna Virginia Long Will Address 247th Commencement April 25

A Glimpse at Some of R-N's Graduating Students April 25

Healthcare symposium promises to take a hard look at the complex issues facing bio-pharmaceutical industry April 22

Business student returning to Rutgers for belated celebratory march in cap and gown April 18

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