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News, media mentions, and upcoming events around Rutgers University-Newark

May 9, 2014

NEWS ABOUT RU-N

Prof. Clement Price comments on the upcoming Newark mayoral election
Newark mayoral race seen as referendum on Booker The New York Times, May 9
 In Brick City Mayoral Race, Who is the "Real Newarker?" WNYC public radio, May 9
 
Chancellor Nancy Cantor is interviewed 
www.njtvonline.Rutgers-Newark Chancellor Discusses Experiences So Far   NJTV, May 2

  
Prof. Jeffrey Robinson on MBAs and entrepreneurship
5 Questions to ask when chosing and MBA entrepreneurship program  U.S. News & World Report, May 1
 
Prof. Alexander Motyl on Putin and Russia
U.S. hits Russia with more economic sanctions after shooting of Ukrainian mayor NY Daily News, Apr. 29
White House levies additional sanctions  NY Daily News, Apr. 28
Alexander J. Motyl: Putin plays good cop, bad cop Kyiv Post, Apr. 23
 
Adjunct Prof. Wayne Fisher on investigation of remarks from Deputy Chief Tutela 
Former Newark Internal Affairs boss target of investigation, accused of racist remarks Star-Ledger, Apr. 28
 
Acting Dean Ronald Chen on New Jersey state authorities and the governor’s veto power
Christie makes extensive use of vetoes over state authorities The Inquirer, Apr. 28
 
Prof. Louis Raveson on appropriateness of subpoenas in GWB legislative investigation
Analysis: Where does GWB legislative investigation go from here? The Record, Apr. 28
 
Prof. Jayne Anne Phillips interviewed
Where It’s Going to Go: Jayne Anne Phillips on the Writing Process Los Angeles Review of Books, Apr. 26
 
Cornwall Center research on Newark housing prices 
Report: Newark housing prices, rents level off since recession Star-Ledger, Apr. 23
 
RU-N alumna U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren's memoir
Elizabeth Warren Is Rewriting History U.S. News & World Report, Apr. 22
 
Prof. Clement Price and Cornwall Center Dir. Roland Anglin on Newark’s new breed of entrepreneurs
Paul Profeta is convinced he can get consumers to return to the Brick City NJ Biz, Apr. 21
 
Clinical Assist. Prof. Margaret Quinn’s Hurricane Sandy research featured
Sandy's impact on kids sought in survey The Record, Apr. 19
 
Assoc. Prof. Whitney Strub on Amiri Baraka’s lost film about Newark in the late ‘60s
Amiri Baraka's lost Newark film, found and coming home Star-Ledger, Apr. 18
 
Adjunct Prof. Jesionka receives Soros Fellowship
Former Middlesex Borough resident among recipients of Soros Fellowships Mycentraljersey.com, Apr. 16
 
Assoc. Prof. Whitney Strub on the spiritual forefathers of sexual conservatism
Meet the spiritual forefather of conservatives’ War on Women Salon, Apr. 13
 
Prof. Frank Askin on the New Jersey Supreme Court
A Clarion Call to Save New Jersey's Judges Wall Street Journal, Apr. 13
 
Prof. Alex Hinton on Raphael Lemkin, former RU-N adjunct professor who coined the word “genocide”
Forgotten Rutgers prof who coined 'genocide' now getting his due Star-Ledger, Apr. 12
 
Assist. Prof. Akhil Sharma’s novel, Family Life
A Novel Like a Rocket The New Yorker, Apr. 7
The Repercussions New York Times, Apr. 3
 
Prof. James Tepper’s research on Parkinson’s disease 
Researching Therapies for Parkinson’s Disease WOBM-FM, Apr. 7
 
Prof. Clement Price on Newark after Cory Booker
Newark after Booker: City faces takeover threat Daily Journal, Apr. 5
 
Prof. Carlos Ball on Iowa same-sex marriage 
Iowa gay marriage ruling a turning point for justices USA Today, Apr. 2
 
Prof. Frank Askin on U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the McCutcheon case
Opinion: Dropping the second shoe on election spending The Record, Apr. 2
 
Assist. Prof. Akhil Sharma reads “The Night in Question” by Tobias Wolff
Fiction Podcast: Akhil Sharma Reads Tobias Wolff The New Yorker, Apr. 1
 
RBS’s MBA program ranked 60th among nearly 700 
Rutgers' MBA program is on the rise in the rankings NJ Biz, March 31
 
Assoc. Prof. Ruth Feldstein’s How It Feels To Be Free 
Poetry is in the air Boston Globe, March 29

NEWS FROM RU-N



Hail and Farewell to the Class of 2014 May 6


Associate Dean Jon Dubin Receives National Award as Outstanding Advocate Clinical Legal Education May 1

Pet Therapy, Yoga, Massages and 24-Hour Study Lounges Will Help Relieve Final Exam Stress for Students April 29

New Appointments for Professor Sarah Dadush Will Advance Global Engagement of Rutgers–Newark Law April 29

Want to Make Some Fine Feathered Friends This May? Come Bird-Watching at Rutgers University- Newark  April 24

Fellowship Recognizes Workers’ Rights Commitment of 2L Jonathan Tolentino April 23


Rutgers University-Newark Will Host a Multi-School Commencement Ceremony in the Prudential Center April 22

New Academic integrity Award Will Honor Research of Retiring Professor Donald L. McCabe April 21

Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal Now Available for Digital Readers April 17


Rutgers–Newark Law School to Host Program on “Breaking the School-to-Prison Pipeline” April 16


 Volunteers Will Tend Campus Sustainable Gardens on Campus, Help at The Newark Conservancy  April 15

High-Performance Computing Set to Advance Research at Rutgers University-Newark April 9


Samuel Dillon: Pulitzer Prize Winner Leaves Journalism for Public Service Law April 4


Rutgers University-Newark Researchers Star in a Cockroach Odyssey for the Ages April 3


For Rutgers University-Newark Students, Spring Means a Cherry Blossom Bike Ride to Branch Brook Park April 3


Design-Author Pioneer Inspires Community With Residency at RU-N April 3


Feeling Nostalgic, Alumni? Visit Your Alma Mater For Alumni Weekend, April 11-12 April 2


Anti-Violence Display and ‘Take Back The Night’ Vigil Will Raise Awareness of Sexual Assault April 1


Learn About Rutgers University, Newark, at April 12th Open House for Freshmen, Undergraduate Transfers April 1


Rutgers-Newark Law School Opens Summer Session to Students from All ABA-Accredited Law Schools April 1


Members of the Rutgers University-Newark Community Look to Its Current, Future Roles in the City of Newark March 31

more news:   www.newark.rutgers.edu/news

 

UPCOMING EVENTS @ RU-N

 

Breaking the School-to-Prison Pipeline, a symposium
Thursday , May 15, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Rutgers University–Newark Graduating Student Toast 2014 Thursday, May 15, 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Spring Choral Concert Sunday, May 18, 5- 6:30 p.m.

Rutgers University–Newark Commencement  Wednesday,  May 21, 9:00 a.m.

Law School Graduate Recognition Ceremony Wednesday, May 21, 2-4:00 p.m.

Ethical Leadership Conference 2014  Friday, June 6, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

more events at www.newark.rutgers.edu/events

 
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