Highlights of News and Media Coverage

November 21, 2013

SELECTED RECENT MEDIA COVERAGE

Institute of Jazz Studies’ Tad Hershorn recalls the mood in Dallas as he witnessed the events of Nov. 22, 1963 unfold
Opinion: JFK - A moment in time in the ‘City of Hate
Nov. 17, The Record

Prof. Paul Tractenberg op-ed on the effectiveness of state takeover of public school districts.
Christie's approach to deplorable conditions at N.J. urban schools has been 'callous, benign neglect'
The Ledger, Nov. 21

Prof. James Goodman on the JFK legacy in the minds of his current students
JFK - Ancient history for Class of ’17
   The Record, Nov. 17

Acting Dean Ronald Chen on constitutionality of bill that would allow minors to delete regrettable online posts
A right to delete? Bill would give N.J. kids option to remove regrettable online posts
Star-Ledger, Nov. 18

Report co-authored by Prof. Paul Tractenberg cited
Opinion: Health of Trenton residents is closely linked to access to quality education
Star-Ledger, Nov. 13

Senior Assoc. Dean Frances Bouchoux receives award from NJ Women Lawyers Association
Rutgers dean from Nutley receives award
Nutley Sun, Nov. 14

RU-Newark partners with nonprofit and Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield to train vets for IT jobs
Horizon trains N.J. vets to fill full-time IT jobs
NJ Biz, Nov. 11

Prof. Clement Price on former Newark Mayor now Senator Cory Booker
One Week In, Cory Booker Hasn’t Figured Out How To Save Washington Yet
BuzzFeed, Nov. 8
Bound for DC, Booker leaves mixed legacy in Newark
Associated Press, Oct. 18

Assist. Prof. Stephanie Hoopes Halpin’s ALICE Report cited
Opinion: An Invisible Woman, Income Inequality and Innovative Investment
NJ Spotlight, Nov. 6

Interim Chancellor Todd Clear on Fugitive Safe Harbor program
“Fugitive Safe Surrender” Allows Wanted People To Turn Themselves In & Seek Favorable Consideration
NJ Today, Nov. 4

Chancellor-Designate Nancy Cantor on her move to Rutgers University-Newark
College presidents find smaller can be better
Wall Street Journal, Nov. 3

Adjunct Prof. Thomas McCabe on Tiverton stadium
A View from Tiverton: In a forgotten field, soccer took root
Providence Journal, Nov. 3

ALICE families disproportionately impacted by Sandy, says Assist. Prof. Stephanie Hoopes Halpin
After Sandy, 8 Middlesex towns in Top 100 for ongoing hardship, Rutgers study finds
Courier News, Nov. 2
Report: 6 Glouco towns are among 'most vulnerable' after superstorm
Courier-Post, Oct. 29
N.J. still needs $28.4 billion to fully recover from Hurricane Sandy, study says
Star-Ledger, Oct. 26

Prof. Frank Askin on New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Anne Patterson
Justice Patterson, in rare break with Christie, says yes to gay marriage
Star-Ledger, Oct. 31

Prof. Jerome Williams on customer discrimination in the marketplace
Barneys And Macy's Racial Discrimination Cases Stir Talk Of 'Shopping While Black'
Huffington Post, Oct. 29

Assist. Prof. Stephanie Hoopes Halpin on the impact of Hurricane Sandy
Opinion: Sandy - ‘Significant resilience’ despite cumbersome assistance procedures
  The Record, Oct. 27

Cornwall Dir. Roland Anglin on victims’ reactions to post-Sandy relief and restoration
Some N.J. Sandy victims feel snubbed by 'restoration'
USA Today, Oct. 27

Prof. Alex Hinton on UNESCO Chair in Genocide Prevention at RU-N
Genocide prevention and engaged scholarship
University World News, Oct. 25

Assoc. Dean Marcia Brown moderates panel discussion among Newark mayoral candidates
Newark mayoral candidates spar in education forum
Star-Ledger, Oct. 25

Prof. Emerita Judith Weis’s work mentioned
Arthur Kill crabs less contaminated with mercury than canned white tuna
Courier News, Oct. 24

Prof. Frank Askin on constitutionality of speeding tickets issued primarily to out-of-town drivers
Speed trap: Records show out-of-town drivers targeted by small N.J. town's cops
Star-Ledger, Oct. 23

Prof. Clement Price interviews former Newark Mayor Sharpe James
Sharpe James Praises, Pans Booker
Wall Street Journal, Oct. 23
Sharpe James to hold book signing for his memoir, 'Political Prisoner'
Star-Ledger, Oct. 22

Interim Chancellor Todd Clear on changing views toward treatment of drug-related crimes
New Jersey's Drug Court Program: Making the Sentence Fit the Crime
NJ Spotlight, Oct. 22

MFA Dir. Jayne Anne Phillips interviewed
Jayne Anne Phillips: A Q & A
Star-Ledger, Oct. 20

Prof. Frank Askin on same-sex marriage legalities
New Jersey Prepares For Gay Marriage [VIDEO]
New Jersey 101.5, Oct. 19

Assist. Prof. Brett Gilbert on crowdfunding via the internet
Hands-on lesson in financing
The Record, Oct. 18

Investiture of Prof. Vikram Nanda as inaugural Albert R. Gamper Jr. Chair in Business
RBS to Dedicate New $85 Million Silver LEED Certified Building on the Livingston Campus
AZofBuild.com, Oct. 17


SELECTED RECENT NEWS RELEASES

Alumnus Alfred Koeppe Will Receive Steven J. Diner Ethical Leadership Award Nov. 20

Goldman Named Distinguished Practitioner in Residence at Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration Nov. 18

New program allows eligible college seniors to defer admission to Rutgers MBA Program Nov. 13

Panel on Newark’s Non-Compliance with Immigration and Customs Enforcement Holds Nov. 12

Second annual biopharmaceutical case competition attracts teams from nation's top schools Nov.  11

Scarlet Raiders Gain NCAA Tournament Berth Nov. 11

Rutgers Business School's HEIR Program presents five prominent executives Nov. 11

Getting To Know Her: An Interview With Incoming Chancellor Nancy Cantor Nov. 8

Rutgers Business School research laboratory welcomes Continuity Dynamics as first private sector partner for data collection and dissemination in Supply Chain disaster recovery planning Nov. 7

Scarlet Raiders Play Camden's Scarlet Raptors for NJAC Men’s Soccer Title for First Time Nov. 7

Shark Tank-like Business Plan Competition helps launch Rutgers business ideas Oct. 31

Rutgers Business School finance professor Vikram Nanda installed as Albert J. Gamper Chair in Business Oct. 28

Rutgers Executive MBA ranked #2 in economics in the world, #19 overall in the US by Financial Times Oct. 25

Rutgers-Newark Report: Superstorm Sandy Recovery Short $28.3 Billion; Pain Spread Across NJ Oct. 25

Due Process, Co-Produced by the Law School, Wins 22nd Emmy Award Oct. 25

State Funding Helps Long-Awaited $59 Million Science Complex Become a Reality Oct. 24

November 19 CLE Program on Special Education Legal Matters Oct. 23

RBS Pride brings new support and career resource to LGBT campus community Oct. 15

 

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