Highlights of News and Media Coverage

November 30, 2010


Dean William Holzemer and UMDNJ Dean Susan Salmond's op-ed on the National Summit to Advance Health through Nursing
For Better Health Care, Look to Nurses The Record, Nov. 30

Rutgers-Newark student veteran Avneesh Aurora receives special help from a trained service dog
Marine's best friend Good Morning America, ABC television, Nov. 28

Dean John Farmer Jr. argues for Rutgers law clinics
Rutgers law clinic files need to remain private Star-Ledger, Nov. 28

Prof. Jason Barr comments on Newark history
Booker Struggles with Newark Recovery as Zuckerberg, Robetydon 'Bet Big' Bloomberg News, Nov. 22

Prof. Mauricio Delgado receives high honors from The White House
President Barack Obama Selects Mauricio Delgado To Receive Prestigious Presidential Early Career Award Media Newswire, Nov. 14
Professor's research receives national recognition Daily Targum, Nov. 10

Lori Scott-Pickens of the School of Criminal Justice helps facilitate another Fugitive Safe Surrender program
NJ 'Fugitive Safe Surrender' program draws nearly 4,000 to Somerset County, NJ church Daily Record, Nov. 9

Prof. Clement Price comments on Newark Police Department demotions
Newark police union leaders warn demotions slated for upper ranks will limit diversity, reduce oversight Star-Ledger, Nov. 7

Dean John Farmer Jr. shares views on the New Jersey State Commission of Investigation
Fewer reports, lower profile lead some to question relevancy of N.J. State Commission of Investigation Star-Ledger, Nov. 7

James Abruzzo, Institute for Ethical Leadership, says orchestra conductors use similar skills required of corporate managers
N.J. business leaders learn management skills from N.J. Symphony Orchestra conductor Star-Ledger, Nov. 5

Rutgers Law School asks U.S. Supreme Court to rule on the constitutionality of the Iraq War
Rutgers Law School asks Supreme Court to rule Iraq invasion unconstitutional on behalf of veteran Associated Press, Nov. 4

Prof. Frank Askin comments on judge's order to receive written closing arguments in lieu of oral summations
Judge orders closings in writing, to send verdict in mail in Newark police officer misconduct retrial Star-Ledger, Oct. 28

Clinics at Rutgers School of Law are not exempt from the Open Public Records Act
Rutgers legal clinic's records are subject to open records, N.J. appeals court rules Star-Ledger, Oct. 26
N.J. Court Says Public Law-School Clinics Aren't Immune from Open-Records Law Chronicle of Higher Education, Oct. 26

Dean Todd Clear on whether arresting absconders impacts crime rate
N.J. Parole Board teams up with U.S. marshals to bring down violators Star-Ledger, Oct. 24

Prof. Alan Sadovnik shares his views on longer school days
Opinion: 9 to 5 NJ schools? The Record, Oct. 24

Prof.Jason Barr on the effectiveness of charter schools in New Jersey
N.J. Department of Education receives record number of charter school applications Star-Ledger, Oct. 16



Appellate Advocacy Team at Rutgers Law School - Newark Advances to National Finals Nov. 19

Rutgers University, Newark, To Honor Members of the Campus Community, the Victoria Foundation Nov. 18

Once Again, Team Advances To National Finals of Federal Reserve Competition Nov. 17

New alumni group strengthens Rutgers presence in financial industry Nov. 16

Rutgers EMBA grad wins CFO of the year Nov. 12

The Legal Rights of the Corpse Considered in New Book by Bioethics Scholar Norman Cantor Nov. 11

President Obama Selects Mauricio Delgado To Receive Prestigious Presidential Early Career Award Nov. 11

U.S. Supreme Court Asked by Law School Clinic to Hear Case Challenging Constitutionality of Iraq War Nov. 4

Rutgers Law Schools in Camden and Newark Help Meet Need for Mandatory Continuing Education Credits Nov. 3

Dr. Rachel Jones To Be Inducted as a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing Nov. 3

Rutgers Business School Publicly Launches Largest Fundraising Campaign in School History Nov. 1

Gov. Christie to Discuss Making Tough Decisions in Tough Economic Times in Lecture at Law School Oct. 28

NJ Chief Justice (Ret.) Deborah Poritz and Justice Virginia Long to Reflect on Career of Judge Sylvia Pressler Oct. 28

Rutgers helps launch Cravings, a high-end caterer with restaurant and gourmet takeout Oct. 22

Professor Jeffrey Robinson teams with Randal Pinkett on new book "Black Faces in White Places" Oct. 21

In Memoriam: Howard Tuckman Oct. 18