Highlights of News and Media Coverage

July 25, 2010

MEDIA COVERAGE

Rutgers' Merck Summer Institute on Bioethics students engage in international exchange
Students exchange ideas with their peers in Africa Star Ledger, July 14

Prof. Donald McCabe on student cheating at colleges and universities
To Stop Cheats, Colleges Learn Their Trickery New York Times, July 6

Vice Dean Ronald Chen comments on the constitutionality of the disposal of Ground Zero victim remains
World Trade Center families fight for the right to bury their dead Star-Ledger, July 6

Prof. Geri Dickson on the shortage of healthcare providers
Op-Ed: Can we cope with a shortage of doctors, nurses? The Record, July 5

Prof. Peter Loeb's research on cell phone safety
Tech firms aim to keep wayward walkers on path Washington Post, July 5

Dean John Farmer reflects on the inevitability of life's many changes
Change, sadly, is inevitable Star-Ledger, July 4

Prof. Alexander Gates on the proliferation of earthquake faults in New Jersey
Living on the Fault Line NJ Monthly, July 2010

Prof. Beryl Satter's book, Family Properties, cited in article about survival challenges of community lenders
ShoreBank deserves a fair shot at survival: What do regulators want? Chicago Sun-Times, June 25

Dean John Farmer comments on U.S. Supreme Court's ruling that limits the application of theft-of-honest-services statutes
N.J. corruption convictions face review after U.S. Supreme Court ruling Star-Ledger, June 24

Rutgers Business School alumnus Ralph Izzo elected chair of the Rutgers Board of Governors
PSEG executive is named chair of Rutgers University Board of Governors Star-Ledger, June 22

Dean Todd R. Clear shares views on incarcerating young men for lesser drug offenses
Drug sentencing: It's a balancing act between state versus federal guidelines Richmond Times-Dispatch, June 21

Dean John Farmer Jr.'s op-ed on homegrown terrorists
American culture, alienation, and homegrown terrorism Star-Ledger, June 20

Former Rutgers-Newark athletic director and coach, Steven Senko, dies at age 88
Obituary - Steven Senko Star-Ledger, June 18

Prof. Linda Flynn is co-investigator on research to determine the optimal nurse/patient ratio
Is there a nurse in the house? New York Times, June 18

Prof. Penny Venetis on the integrity of computerized voting machines
Voting results in New Jersey should not be mysterious Star-Ledger, June 17

School of Public Affairs and Administration hosts panel discussion on ethics in New Jersey
Panel examines New Jersey's reputation for corruption NewJerseyNewsroom, June 7

Prof. Said Samatar expresses concern that recent arrests in New York may not bode well for Somalis
Analyst Sees Internet and Mosques Radicalizing Young Somalis Voice of America News, June 7

Prof. Leonard Cole's op-ed on the Israeli/Mavi Marmara encounter
Seeing reality in the Middle East The Record, June 6

Chancellor Steven Diner on diversity's importance in enriching the learning environment of college students
Diversity's Next Challenge Inside Higher Ed, June 1

Pets also become targets of domestic abuse according to Prof. Evan Stark
Awareness of pets victimized in domestic abuse cases grows Star-Ledger, May 30

Law alumna Elizabeth Warren is one of three women in cover story
The New Sheriffs of Wall Street Time, May 14

 

SELECTED RECENT PRESS RELEASES

Author Toni Morrison to Speak at Rutgers as Part of "Writers at Newark" Series July 12

Graduates of Rutgers University in Newark Achieve High Honors July 6

Entrepreneurial students with viable start-up ideas win 2010 Rutgers Business Plan Competition June 25

Rutgers School of Law - Newark Alums Honored as Outstanding Young Lawyers by New Jersey Bar June 17

Paul Tractenberg's Centennial History of Rutgers School of Law - Newark Looks at Legal Education June 14

School of Public Affairs and Administration and Common Cause New Jersey Host Panel Discussion on Ethics June 1