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Recent Media Coverage

October 2020

'We've been forgotten': In Newark, N.J., a toxic Superfund site faces growing climate threats, October 1, NBC News, SASN Prof. Ashaki Rouff quoted

September 2020

Trump’s encouragement of GOP poll watchers echoes an old tactic of voter intimidation, September 30, The Conversation, Written by SASN Asst. Prof. Mark Krasovic  | Salon

US awards grant to strengthen higher education network with South Africa, September 30, Creamer Media's Engineering News, Rutgers-Newark featured

The COVID-19 Pandemic is an Opportunity to Teach Children Resilience, September 29, The National Interest, Written by SASN Asst. Prof. Vanessa LoBue | The Conversation | Business Mirror

Increasing delays in development may signal autism in preterm babies, September 28, Spectrum News, SASN Prof. April Benasich quoted

Grocers are scrambling to face another pandemic panic, September 28, Marketplace, RBS Prof. Rudi Leuschner quoted

Rutgers-Newark Scientist Explains Effects of Wildfires on East Coast Air Quality, September 28, Insider NJ, SASN Prof. Yuan Gao interviewed

Undocumented Immigrants Are Still Suffering With No Federal Relief, September 28, The Nation, Written by Mary-Ann Koruth and photos by Ed Kashi of Newest Americans

Power & Politics, September 26, News 12 New Jersey, Rutgers Law School Prof. Penny Venetis interviewed

This NJ boxing gym run by veterans helps city youth become champions in and out of the ring, September 25,, GSN Alumnus Mike Steadman featured

Department of New Jersey awards top employers, September 22, The American Legion, GSN Alumnus Mike Steadman and Shyeka Hopkins of RBS featured

Youth virtually engage their peers on National Voter Registration Day, September 22, Insider NJ, Harrison Chiu, Chief of Staff of the Rutgers Newark Student Government Association, quoted

Rutgers, William Paterson receive $3.3M in STEM grants from National Science Foundation, NJ Spotlight | NJBIZ | Tap Into |  September 21, Rutgers, William Paterson receive $3.3M in federal STEM grants, SPAA Asst. Prof. Gregory Porumbescu featured

Aurora James on the 15 Percent Pledge and Brother Vellies, September 21, JCK News Daily, SASN Asst. Prof. Jordan Casteel quoted

Remembering Stanley Crouch: Mentor, Jazz Critic and Master Smack Talker, September 18, Colorlines, Written by SASN doctoral candidate Naomi Extra

The biggest and best books to read this fall, September 18, Entertainment Weekly, MFA alumna Christa Parravani featured

IT’S A NEW DAWN AT NINA SIMONE’S CHILDHOOD HOME, September 17, Elle Decor, Written by Salamishah Tillet

Human rights lawyer says attacks on mail-in voting are voter suppression, September 17, WPIX 11, Rutgers Law School Prof. Penny Venetis interviewed

2021 Best Colleges in America: Harvard Leads the University Rankings, September 17, Wall Street Journal, Rutgers-Newark Chancellor Nancy Cantor quoted

Black-owned businesses remain resilient in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. September 17, New Jersey Business, RBS Asst. Prof. Lyneir Richardson featured

Trump's 'Chinese virus' slur makes some people blame Chinese Americans. But others blame Trump, September 16, The Washington Post, Op-ed co-written by SPAA Asst. Prof. Gregory Porumbescu

Education and Work Without a Safety Net, September 15, Insider Higher Ed, Essay written by SASN alumnus Joshua Christie

It’s time to hold Congress accountable for its own racism, September 13,, Op-ed written by SASN Asst. Prof. James R Jones

As NJ schools shift to online learning, what should they do about cyberattacks?, September 12,, RBS Prof. Jaideep Vaidya quoted

Nearly two decades after 9/11, America has nation-defining issues to resolve, September 11, Op-ed written by Rutgers Law School Prof. John Farmer Jr.

No justice for post-9/11 discrimination, September 11, Al-Jazeera, Co-written by Rutgers Law School Prof. Sahar Aziz

A Litany for Survival, September 11, The Harper's Podcast, SASN Asst. Prof. Naomi Jackson featured

Learning the art of teaching through a screen, September 10, New York Daily News, Written by Rutgers Law Prof. Stuart Green

Mayor’s Book Club distributes more than 10,000 books to residents, September 9, Essex News Daily, RU-N Office of University-Community Partnerships featured

Must-Read Poetry: September 2020, September 4, The Millions, Written by SASN alumnus Nick Ripatrazone

I’m a Sex Therapist, and This Is the Most Common Issue I Treat, September 3, Well + Good, SASN Prof. Nan Wise featured

Houston residents struggle as America's evictions crisis hits home, September 3, CNN, SASN Asst. Prof. Peter Hepburn quoted

Montclair Native Writes 'Empowering, Feminist Mystery Novel', September 3, Montclair Patch, SASN alumna Nancy Burke featured

Science advisors have always had it tough, September 2, The Star-Ledger, Op-ed written by Rutgers Law School Prof. John Farmer

Fact-checking Biden’s statement in Pa. that more police have died from coronavirus than on patrol, September 2, The Philadelphia Inquirer, SCJ Prof. Frank Edwards quoted

The Newest STEM MBA Is In New Jersey, September 2, Yahoo! Finance, Rutgers Business School featured

The School That Camille A. Brown Built, September 2, The New York Times, Written by SASN Prof. Salamishah Tillet

The Perils of 'Zoom Justice', September 1, The Crime Report, Written by SCJ Asst. Prof. Sarah Lageson

Duch, Prison Chief Who Slaughtered for Khmer Rouge, Dies at 77. September 1, The New York Times,  SASN Asst. Prof. Alex Hinton quoted