Highlights of News and Media Coverage

September 14, 2010


Prof. Frank Askin on beginning of N.J. Supreme Court term
As N.J. Supreme Court germ beings, justices face big questions Star-Ledger Sept. 12

Prof. Robert Snyder on disunity in the U.S. nine years after 9/11
Opinion: 9 years later, unity lost The Record, Sept. 5

Alumna Esther Salas touted for U.S. District Court judge vacancies
Menendez, Lautenberg support magistrates from Newark to become federal judges Star-Ledger, Aug. 31

Rutgers-Newark most diverse for 14th consecutive year
Princeton second in rankings, 4 other N.J. schools make national list The Record, Aug. 17

Chancellor Steven Diner shares why diversity is an integral dimension of academic excellence
Rankings give a distorted view of the value of colleges Star-Ledger, Aug. 27

Police Institute Director Wayne Fisher on the growing use of DNA analysis to solve crimes
New Brunswick man charged in 20-year-old murder case Star-Ledger, Aug. 27

Freedom, the real value of a legal education, according to Dean John Farmer Jr.
The real value of a legal education Star-Ledger, Aug. 24

Prof. Evan Stark on coercive control and domestic violence
Phoenix program targets domestic violence Arizona Republic, Aug. 24

Dean Marc Holzer on e-governance
Your Pass to Good Government Newsweek, Aug. 16

Vice Chancellor Marcia Brown extols the values of academic debate
There's no debating the value of academic debating Star-Ledger, Aug. 16

Prof. Frank Askin on whether New Jersey Supreme Court and gay marriage issues
N.J. Supreme Court's refusal to hear gay marriage case raises question of Christie's influence Star-Ledger, Aug. 16

To Dan Morgenstern, the William Savory Collection is a treasure trove
Museum Acquires Storied Trove of Performances by Jazz Greats New York Times, Aug. 16

Prof. Vera Bergelson notes children can be credible eyewitnesses when questions are posed properly
Jury deliberates in Jersey City murder trial Jersey Journal, Aug. 13

Vice Dean Ronald Chen on the 14th Amendment
Sound Off: Should the 14th Amendment Be Changed? WJBK FOX 2 Detroit, Aug. 13

Menhaden, the most important fish of the sea, according to Prof. H. Bruce Franklin
Fish kill in Delaware Bay attributed to warm water New Jersey Newsroom, Aug. 12

According to Prof. Bernard Bell, posting mug shots and arrest details on Facebook could be problematic
Evesham police begin posting DUI arrest pics, details on Facebook Courier Post, Aug. 11

Prof. Clement Price on Newark Mayor Corey Booker's Newark Municipal Utilities Authority proposal
Newark's budget woes, MUA failure cause swift deterioration of relationship between Booker, council Star-Ledger, Aug. 8
Newark City Council, Mayor Booker scramble to fill budget hole after MUA plan is defeated Star-Ledger, Aug. 5

Coalition of professors support alumna Elizabeth Warren as head of new Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection
Elizabeth Warren backed by coalition of academics to head new consumer agency Huffington Post, Aug. 3

Data in surveys conducted by Prof. Donald McCabe support a rise in plagiarism among college students
Plagiarism Lines Blur for Students in Digital Age New York Times, Aug. 1

Prof. Joel Caplan comments on the right of police to target activities not groups of people
Undercover Branch Brook Park patrol is suspended after fatal shooting of Atlanta CEO Star-Ledger, July 31

Prof. Alex Hinton comments on the importance of a verdict in the trial of Kaing Guek Eav, a major Khmer Rouge figure
Khmer Rouge Figure Is Found Guilty of War Crimes New York Times, July 25

Dean John Farmer Jr. on the intelligence community
Is the intelligence community out of control? Washington Post, July 25
U.S. intelligence is still tangled in bureaucracy Star-Ledger, July 25

Institute for Ethical Leadership Director James Abruzzo on the riskiness of the restaurant business
N.J. nonprofit restaurant in Orange shows social entrepreneurship trend Star-Ledger, July 23

Prof. David Troutt on the effects of suburban sprawl
Section 8 is buzzword for suburbs' housing ills Times Herald

Prof. Farrokh Langdana provides retirement savings and investment advice
DeMarrais: Even affluent can fall short at retirement The Record, July 20

Dean John Farmer Jr. on race
Race - it's not all black and white Boston Globe, July 17



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Rutgers University in Newark Receives High Grades in Two New National Magazine Rankings Sept. 9

Celebration of the World's Oldest Written Constitution;Legal Experts Will Debate Sept. 9

Looking Back at Disaster Through Art, Literature and Film Sept. 8

Bergen County Prosecutor's Office Teams With Rutgers and Seton Hall Law for Cybersecurity Law Project Sept. 7

Catch 'Scarlet Fever' During Homecoming 2010, Sept. 22 - 25 Sept. 3

Thanks to CUEED's efforts entrepreneurs have the neighborhood of Halsey Street thriving Aug. 31

The Hon. Deborah Poritz, Retired NJ Supreme Court Chief Justice, Appointed Visiting Jurist Emerita-in-Residence at Rutgers Law Schools-Camden and Newark Aug. 24

Rutgers Business School Professor Honored with Ernst & Young's Inclusive Excellence Award Aug. 23

Newark Will Name City Intersection to Honor Activist, Gay Rights Pioneer Hilda Hidalgo Aug. 23

Rutgers University, Newark, Ranked an A-Plus School For B Students by U.S. News Aug. 17

Dean Lifei Wang honored and named RBS Distinguished Visiting Scholar Aug. 16

Champion Newark Student Debater, Vicee Chancellor Marcia Brown Meet Pres. Obama in The Oval Office Aug. 9

Psychometric Society awards Professor J. Douglas Carroll Lifetime Career Award Aug. 9

Rutgers Board of Governors appoints Jerome D. Williams to $3 Million Prudential Chair in Business July 28

MBA student makes dream to own her own business a reality with new Newark restaurant July 25

American Express awards grant to Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership to support emerging leaders July 13

Seoul and Prague Achieve Top Rankings in E-Government Web Portal Excellence July 13