Rutgers-Newark professors and students observe super tuesday results and share their analysis and views
On Tuesday, February 5, 2008, Rutgers-Newark political science professor, Dr. Lisa Hull, and students of her “Law and Public Policy” class will convene in the lounge of the Paul Robeson Campus Center to watch the results of Super Tuesday as they are reported. At least 35 undergraduate students, from the nation’s most diverse university, will be in attendance. Other faculty members joining Dr. Hull include professors Frank Fischer and Mara Sidney.
- Rutgers University in Newark and birds: Perfect together
- Where the winged things are and where you can come to watch them in October
- Rutgers University in Newark will host author Professor Annette Gordon-Reed on Oct. 21
- “RESISTANCE” is the theme of the 14th annual book arts symposium at Rutgers University in Newark on Nov. 7
WHAT: Rutgers-Newark faculty and students watch results of Super Tuesday and share their observations
WHO: Dr. Lisa Hull
Dr. Frank Fischer
Dr. Mara Sidney
Rutgers-Newark students of “Law and Public Policy”
WHEN: Tuesday, February 5, 2008, at 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Paul Robeson Campus Center (lounge)
350 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Newark NJ
Dr. Elizabeth Hull is chair of the Rutgers-Newark Department of Political Science. She earned her Ph.D. in Political Science from the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research and teaches a variety of graduate and undergraduate courses in Public Law and American Government. Dr. Hull is an expert on the Fourteenth Amendment. Concern for the protection of the disadvantaged (women, racial minorities, aliens, and ex-felons) is the focus of her analysis of the equal protection and due process clauses.
Professor Hull has written numerous articles on the constitutional rights of women, minorities, and noncitizens, and three books: Without Justice for All: The Constitutional Rights of Aliens, Taking Liberties: National Barriers to the Free Flow of Ideas, and The Disenfranchisement of Ex-Felons.
In 1988 Prof. Hull received the Rutgers-Newark Charles Pine Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching, and in 2002 she received the Henry Browne Award for Teaching Excellence from the University College Alumni Association.
To learn more about other Rutgers-Newark experts on the election process and American politics, visit http://www.newark.rutgers.edu/news/index.php?sId=viewArticle&ArticleID=6...
For additional information concerning media coverage, contact Ferlanda Fox Nixon, 973.353.5262, email@example.com.
Paul Robeson Campus Center is wheelchair-accessible, as is the Rutgers-Newark campus. Rutgers Newark can be reached by Newark City Subway and, from New York City, by New Jersey Transit buses and trains, the PATH train, and Amtrak. Metered parking is available on University Avenue and at Rutgers Newark’s public parking garage at 200 University Avenue. Printable campus maps and driving directions are available online at: http://www.newark.rutgers.edu/maps/index.php
- Contact Name: Ferlanda Fox Nixon
- Contact Phone: 973-353-5262
- Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sep. 10: Intro to Entrepreneurship Q&A
- Sep. 17: Donald L. McCabe Academic Integrity Award Reception
- Sep. 22: Homecoming Week
Joined Rutgers: 1946
Campus Size: 38 acres, 33 buildings
Chancellor: Nancy Cantor
Provost: Todd Clear
Undergraduate Majors: 40+
Graduate Programs: 50+ (JD, MA, MBA, MFA, MPA, MS, Ph.D.)
Athletics: 14 NCAA Division III women and men's teams
Enrollment (fall 2013)
Full-time Faculty: 585
Faculty with Terminal Degrees: 99%
Full-time Staff: 770
Male/Female Ratio: 50:50
Student/Faculty Ratio: 13:1
Nations Represented: 100+
On-campus Residents: 1,280
Basic Type: Research Universities (high research activity)
Special Classification: Community Engagement