Highlights of News and Media Coverage

June 14, 2013

 

SELECTED RECENT MEDIA COVERAGE

Professor Clement Price hosts opening for exhibit on James Str. Commons
Booker stops by exhibit celebrating historic Newark neighborhood
  Star-Ledger, June 13, 2013


Professor Frank Askin comments on New Jersey laws and upcoming special election to fill Lautenberg senate seat
Judges Weigh Christie's Call for New Jersey Special Election
Wall Street Journal, June 12
GOP replacement for NJ's Lautenberg not assured
  Union-Tribune San Diego, June 3
GOP replacement for NJ’s Lautenberg not assured
Times Union, June 3
Christie to hold special election
Newsday, June 3

Assistant Professor Brenda Shaughnessy’s  book Our Andromeda is finalist for Griffin Prize
Op-Ed: Why the Griffin Poetry Prize is so important
DigitalJournal.com June 11
5 Books Of Poetry To Get You Through The Summer NPR, June 7
The Griffin Prize Q&A: Brenda Shaughnessy National Post, May 31

Professor George Thomas comments on the Fourth Amendment and probable cause
License, registration and cell phone: Bill would let N.J. cops search phones after crashes Star-Ledger, June 10

Professor Clement Price on returning Newark Public Schools to local control too quickly
State must continue to oversee Newark schools: Editorial Star-Ledger, June 9

Instructor and MFA alumnus Nick Ripatrizone discusses sports, literature and life
End Zones: On Football, Sports Scandals, and Don DeLillo   The Millions, June 7

 

 

 

Supply-chain management at Rutgers Business School
The Hot New M.B.A.: Supply-Chain Management Wall Street Journal, June 5

Professor Clement Price on the next Newark mayoral race
With three major candidates declared, Newark braces for mayoral race
Star-Ledger, June 2

Assistant Professor Arash Azadegan comments on the garment industry in Bangladesh
Is it ethical to keep buying clothes from Bangladesh? Christian Science Monitor, May 27

Research of Professor Leslie Kennedy, Assistant Professor Joel Caplan, and Research Director Eric Piza highlighted
Predicting Crime Using Analytics and Big Data Government Technology, May 24

The indigent are especially vulnerable to climate change, according to Cornwall Center Director Roland Anglin
Can New Jersey Insure Against the Next Sandy?
NJ Spotlight, May 23

Rutgers-Newark convocations
Largest Class Ever Graduates from Rutgers-Newark Belleville-Nutley Patch, May 23
Rutgers-Newark grads to ‘make America better’ Star-Ledger, May 22

Professor Barry Komisaruk’s work cited
Unexcited? There May Be a Pill for That New York Times, May 22

Professor Clement Price and wife Mary Sue Sweeney Price--tireless champions of Newark
The legacy of Mary Sue Sweeney Price: Editorial Star-Ledger, May 21

Dean Todd Clear on the Boston Marathon bombings
@Issue: Living with fear MyCentralJersey.com, May 19

Dean Todd Clear notes the growing sense of urgency concerning crimes against wildlife
How criminology can fight poaching Mother Nature Network, May 17
Wildlife Bandits: How Criminology Can Fight Poaching
Live Science, May 16

Professor Ronald Clarke comments on method for suppressing elephant poaching
Serengeti Highway Compromise Proposed by Famed Scientist Live Science, May 15

Assistant Professor Panagiotis Karras and other researchers discover major internet security loopholes
Hijacking Facebook accounts via expired Hotmail accounts Help Net Security, May 10

Professor Nancy DiTomaso’s research on high unemployment among African Americans due to lack of social networks cited
Networks and Black Unemployment National Review, May 7

 

RECENT NEWS RELEASES

Rutgers University Offers Summer Programs To Keep Young Minds and Bodies Active June 11

Elizabeth Ehret ’15 Awarded Patton Boggs Foundation Fellowship to Work for National LGBT Rights Organization June 3

Carter A. Daniel, Long Time Teacher at Rutgers University, Will Be Remembered June 8 May 30

Kid entrepreneurs to set up stands across New Jersey on Lemonade Day May 29

Richard Badolato ’65 to Receive NJ State Bar Foundation’s Highest Honor May 29

Research on Slavery and Prison Policies Earns Professor Taja-Nia Henderson a Hurst Summer Institute Fellowship May 28

Dr. Jeannie Cimiotti of the College of Nursing To Be Inducted As A Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing May 28

Dr. William G. Castellano appointed Executive Director of Rutgers’ Center for Management Development May 28

ACS Student Chapter Recognized for Programming Achievements May 14

New book on complex issues around food marketing and childhood obesity inspires thought leadership event May 13