In the News Fall 2020

December 2020

Culture Type Picks: 15 Best Black Art Books of 2020, December 31, Culture Type, SASN Asst. Prof. Jordan Casteel featured

Columbus Monthly’s Top Photos of 2020, December 31, Columbus Monthly, MFA alumnus Saeed Jones pictured

11 Things Our Critics Are Looking Forward to in 2021, December 31, New York Times, Contribution by SASN Prof. Salamishah Tillet

NJ Tech Weekly's Top 10 Stories for 2020, December 31, NJ Tech Weekly, CUEED at RBS featured as top story of 2020

Into America: Black Toys R Us, December 31, Apple Podcasts, RBS Asst. Prof. Yla Easton interviewed

'Those Of Us Who Don’t Die Are Going To Quit', December 31, Patch Across America, RBS Assoc. Prof. Kevin Lyons quoted

Paterson's Tiffany Ensmann Muscling her Way to the Top, December 31, TapInto Paterson, RU-N Alumna Tiffany Ensmann featured

The Congress That Couldn’t Care Less About the Public, December 29, Yonkers Tribune, Written by SPAA Prof. Oren M. Levin-Waldman

It’s ‘the Pfizer vaccine’ — and that’s big win for drugmaker’s brand, December 29, ROI-NJ, RBS Adjunct Professor Adam Warner quoted

‘I Wanted to Paint What I Know’: An Interview with Jordan Casteel, December 26, The New York Review, SASN Prof. Salamishah Tillet interviews SASN Asst. Prof. Jordan Casteel

How 2020 Will Go Down in the History Books, According to Historians, December 23, Time Magazine, Contribution by SASN Assoc. Prof. Nükhet Varlık

Education As Entrapment: Abolishing Student Debt Is Just The Beginning, December 23, Genforw>rd, Written by SASN Asst. Prof. Diane Wong

The Breakout Stars of 2020, December 23, New York Times, SASN Prof. Salamishah Tillet quoted

Why Indian women became the faces of these Victorian-era postcards, CNN, December 22, SASN Asst. Prof. Gaiutra Bhadur quoted

Income Cliff Looms for Millions – What Federal Relief Bill Could Mean, December 22, India Post, SASN Asst. Prof. Peter Hepburn mentioned | Siliconeer.com

Picture Books Help Introduce Truth and Empathy to Children, December 22, SASN Child Psychologist Vanessa LoBue quoted

21 Fights For Social Justice In Essex County: Year In Review, December 21, Patch, SASN Women's and Gender Studies Director Catherine Fitzpatrick and former SASN student Ramy Youssef featured

Their son had autism. Mom didn't speak English well. COVID-19 put school online: One family's fight for special ed services, December 20, USA Today, Rutgers Law School Prof. Jennifer Rosen Valverde quoted

How Fake News Is Hatching in Immigrant Communities, December 20, New York Times, Op-ed written by SASN Prof. Cathy Park Hong

Feminist scholar Salamishah Tillet examines the near 40-year legacy of ‘The Color Purple’ in new book, December 19, New York Daily News, Written by SASN Prof. Salamishah Tillet | Publisher's Weekly

Gender, COVID and Faculty Service, December 18, Inside Higher Ed, Co-written by SASN Asst. Prof. Nermin Allam

New Jersey’s unique political contours make challenging immigrant detention hard, December 18, Washington Post, Written by SASN Profs. Mary Rizzo and Whit Stub

(Enforced) disappearances – when state and criminal perpetrators blur, December 18, Völkerrechtsblog, Written by SASN Asst. Prof. Janice Gallagher

Iconic Rutgers-Newark Building Will Be Renamed After Ruth Bader Ginsburg, December 17, TapInto | NBC Washington | WABC | Yahoo! News | News Radio 770 | NJ.com | News Chant | 1010 Wins | NBC New York | MSN | WGOW | Diverse Issues in Higher Education | Law.com | NJBiz | ROI-NJ

Book Bag: ‘Loved and Wanted’ by Christa Parravani, December 17, Daily Hampshire Gazette, MFA alumna Christa Parravani featured

Young, Gifted and Black: A New Generation of Artists, Art & Object, December 17, ACM alumnus Vaughn Spann featured

Companies accused of crimes get more digital privacy rights than people under new Trump policy, December 16, The Conversation, Co-written by SCJ Asst. Prof. Sarah Lageson | Legalnews.com | Prescott eNews

Margaret Atwood Reads Saeed Jones, December 16, The New Yorker, MFA alumnus Saeed Jones featured | Columbus Alive

Partnering with residents to fill critical information needs, December 14, WBGO, SPAA alumnae Jennifer Madè and Habeebah Yasin, and SASN alumna Tia Ryans featured

Why Good Sex Matters with Neuroscientist Dr. Nan Wise, Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry podcast, December 14, SASN Prof. Nan Wise interviewed

Finding a Literary Inheritance, The Yale Review, December 14, SASN Prof. Cathy Park Hong featured

How did 2020 change you? December 13, NJ.com, RU-N Provost Ashwani Monga quoted

An Opinion Writer Argued Jill Biden Should Drop the ‘Dr.’ (Few Were Swayed.) December 12, New York Times, SASN Assoc. Prof. Audrey Truschke quoted | Good Morning America

High Performance Memory, HowToLearn.com, December 12, RU-N Professor Emerita Paula Tallal quoted

Zambian poet Mphanza comes out tops, December 11, The Southern Times, MFA alumnus Cheswayo Mphanza featured

Lesson Plan: What is felony disenfranchisement? December 11, PBS NewsHour Extra, Article written by SPAA doctoral candidate Cynthia Golembeski listed as resource 

Prospect Park BA Intashan Chowdhury to Receive Prestigious New Professional to Local Government Award, December 10, TapInto Hawthorne, SPAA alumnus Intashan Chowdhury featured

Moves in Culture, December 10, New York Times, SASN Prof. Salamishah Tillet featured | Broadway World

The Blacklist, December 9, The Texas Observer, SASN Asst. Prof. Peter Hepburn quoted

When Culture Really Began to Reckon With White Privilege, December 9, New York Times, Written by SASN Prof. Salamishah Tillet

Why Putting Your Phone Away Isn’t the Answer, December 9, INSEAD, Reference to reasearch co-authored by RBS Asst. Prof. Gabriela Tonietto

Cottage Q&A: Pressure-treated docks and lake water, December 9, Cottage Life, SASN Prof. Emeritus Judith Weis quoted

Amy Sherald Painting Skyrockets to Record-Setting $4.2 Million at Phillips, Works by 4 More Black Artists Set New Benchmarks, Culture Type, December 9, ACM alumnus Vaughn Spann featured | Artnet | Art Fix Daily

Night school comes to the rescue for some kindergarteners and their parents, December 9, CNN, SASN student Rachel Hodge featured

Stone-Eating Girl: From Meena Alexander’s Fault Lines, December 8, The Margins, SASN Asst. Prof. Gaiutra Bahadur quoted

Tyler Mitchell’s Love for a Common Way of Life, December 8, Aperture, Written by SASN Prof. Salamishah Tillet

ʿUmrah in Atlantic City: The Representation of Muslim-American Space in Ramy, December 7, Platform.com, Written by SASN Asst. Prof. Alex Dika Seggerman

Good vaccine news and a flurry of stock sales by executives. There’s a pattern, study finds, December 7, Los Angeles Times, RBS Prof. John Longo quoted

N.J. ballots being hand-checked in mandatory audit. How the results could shape future elections. December 7, NJ.com, Rutgers Law School Prof. Penny Venetis quoted

Biden Needs to Go Big to Rebuild America, December 7, Yes! Magazine, Written by SASN Prof. Neil Maher

A Newark Principal is Turning His School Into a Village for Students, December 7, Complex, Rutgers Business School mentioned

Federal Labor Agency Says Google Wrongly Fired 2 Employees, December 4, The Entrepreneur Fund, Rutgers Law School Prof. Alan Hyde quoted

As companies — and Rutgers symposium — pivot during pandemic, they can’t let up, business experts say, December 4, ROI-NJ, Rutgers Business School featured

Newark Announces Completion Of Two Public Murals, December 3, Several SASN initiatives mentioned | Essex News Daily | The Newark Times | Patch | New Jersey Stage | TapInto

Journaling will prove to be an important window into this historic pandemic, says professor, December 3, KCRW,  SASN Prof. Audrey Truschke featured

Times Critics' Top Books of 2020, December 2, New York Times, MFA Prof. Cathy Park Hong featured

Who Will Shape the Art World in 2021?: ARTnews Presents ‘The Deciders’, December 1, Artnews, ACM alumnus Vaughn Spann featured | Miami New Times

Cathy Park Hong's Asian American Reckoning December 1, NPR It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders, MFA Prof. Cathy Park Hong interviewed

David Dinkins' Unfinished Work: Just and Effective Policing, December 1, The New School Center for NYC Affairs, Written by SASN Prof. Rob Snyder

November 2020

2020 Best Undergraduate Professors: Ben Sopranzetti, Rutgers Business School, November 30, Poets & Quants for Undergrads, RBS Prof. Ben Sopranzetti featured

Red States Cannot See Wage Inequality in the Same Way that Blue States Can, November 30, Yonkers Tribune, Written by SPAA Prof. Oren M. Levin-Waldman

Pandemic-Proof Your Habits, November 28, New York Times, SASN Asst. Prof. Samantha Heintzelman quoted

UPRM students make their mark on the HAL Translocal Learning Studio, November 27, University of Puerto Rico  in Mayagüez news, Humanities Action Lab featured

How I run a lab and work as a PhD student simultaneously, November 26, Nature, Written by SASN doctoral candidate Oday Abushalbaq

Is America Trapped in a Caste System? November 25, The New Republic, Written by SASN Asst. Prof. Gaiutra Bahadur 

These at-home exercises can help older people boost their immune system and overall health in the age of COVID-19, November 24, Yahoo! News, Written by SASN Prof. Mark Gluck, Postdoctoral Fellow Bernadette Fausto and Brain Health Alliance Coordinator Lisa Charles | The Conversation | Houston Chronicle | The Telegraph

School of Criminal Justice at Rutgers–Newark launches Bachelor’s in Justice Studies, November 24, NJBiz, School of Criminal Justice featured | Inside Higher Ed

Hudson County should end the horror of ICE detainment. Don’t renew the contract. November 23, NJ.com, Op-ed written by SASN Asst. Prof. Whitney Strub and doctoral candidate Marlene Nava Ramos

The 10 Best Nonfiction Books of 2020, November 21, Time, MFA Prof. Cathy Park Hong featured

Open your eyes to how transgender people are policed, November 21, New York Daily News, Op-ed written by SCJ Asst. Prof. Valerio Baćak and doctoral candidates Katherine Bright and Lauren Wilson

A 2020 Thanksgiving, November 20, WHYY, SASN Dean Jacqueline Mattis interviewed

Ayad Akhtar and Cathy Park Hong: Is the Personal 
Always Political?
 November 20, Lit Hub, MFA Prof. Cathy Park Hong interviewed

Jazz Historian Lewis Porter on His Final Deep Dive, and His Plans as a Pianist and Educator, November 20, WBGO, Retired IJS Prof. Lewis Porter featured

Exploring the oft-forgotten legacy of Indiana label Gennett Records, November 20, Nuvo, IJS Archivist Elizabeth Surles quoted

The single life is a sacred vocation—and it’s more fulfilling than our culture leads you to believe. November 19, America Magazine, Written by MFA alumnus Nick Ripatrizone

Young Changemakers Are Shaping A Better World, November 19, Forbes, RU-N students featured

A mother’s choice in Christa Parravani’s ‘Loved and Wanted’ November 19, Boston Globe, Review of MFA alumna Christa Parravani's memoir

Bad Polling Can Also Be a Form of Voter Suppression, November 17, Yonkers Tribune, Written by SPAA Prof. Oren M. Levin-Waldman

The Inspiring Message of 'Lulu the One and Only', November 16, NBC 10 Philadelphia, SASN Professor and Chair of Urban Education Professor Lynette Mawhinney featured

Announcing the 2020 Boston Review Annual Poetry Contest Winner and Finalists, November 16, Boston Review, MFA alumnus Cheswayo Mphanza featured

Smithsonian Is the Backdrop of Barack Obama’s Latest Interviews, November 16, Hyperallergic, SASN Asst. Prof. Jordan Casteel featured

How Christa Parravani's memoir about seeking an abortion is a love letter to her children, November 16, Entertainment Weekly, Review of MFA alumna Christa Parravani's memoir

Four Corners Public Arts Commences Phase II, November 14, New Jersey Stage, Rutgers-Newark featured

Paul Robeson Galleries' "In the Studio" Pays Tribute To The Late Jerry Gant, November 14, New Jersey Stage, Paul Robeson Galleries RU-N featured

SportsJam with Doug Doyle: Hall of Fame Writer and Star Ledger Columnist Emeritus Jerry Izenberg, November 14, WBGO, RU-N alumnus Jerry Izenberg featured

The pandemic is testing our decision-making, November 13, Axios, SASN Prof. Mauricio Delgado quoted

The World According to Saeed Jones, November 11, Columbus Month, MFA alumnus Saeed Jones featured

Unexpectedly Pregnant, a Memoirist Finds Her Choices Limited, November 10, New York Times, Review of MFA alumna Christa Parravani's memoir | Good Morning America

When nothing makes sense, I journal. I’m not the only one. November 9, Vox, SASN Prof. Audrey Truschke quoted

Biden and Harris’s Reset for Africa, November 8, FB, Written by SASN Alumnus Kehinde Togun

Virtual Newark Student Aid Challenge: What To Know, November 6, Patch, NCLC featured | Essex News Daily

The High School Teacher Who Changed Kaveh Akbar’s Life, November 5, Lit Hub, Written by MFA alumnus Nick Ripatrazone

Kansas City’s longtime jazz entertainer Lonnie McFadden opens a downtown supper club, November 5, Kansascity.com, IJS Senior Archivist Vincent Pelote quoted

Holiday shopping as we know it is over — just ask seasonal workers, November 5, Vox, RU-N Provost Ashwani Monga quoted

How the GOP's Anti-Porn Campaign Went Limp, November 4, Mel Magazine, SASN Prof. Whitney Strub quoted

Why start from scratch when Mother Nature has already gone to work on Liberty State Park interior? November 4, NJ.com, Op-ed co-written by SASN Assoc. Prof. Claus Holzapfel

Edmonton political scientists weigh in on U.S. election, CBC, November 4, SASN Asst. Prof. Nermin Allam quoted

Rutgers alumnus gets investment from Mark Cuban on 'Shark Tank' for P-nuff Crunch snack, November 3, RBS alumnus Juan Salinas featured

Shahzia Sikander Urges a Rethinking of Art History, November 3, Hyperallergic, SASN Prof. Sadia Abbas mentioned

Anthem: For Susannah Mushatt Jones, 1899–2016, November 1, The Atlantic, Written by MFA alumnus Saeed Jones 

October 2020

5 reasons not to underestimate far-right extremists, October 30, The Conversation, Written by SASN Prof. Alex Hinton

Five myths about school segregation, October 30, The Washington Post, Written by Rutgers Law Prof. Elise Boddie

In 1953, Britain openly removed Guyana's elected government, with tragic consequences, October 30, The Guardian, Op-Ed written by SASN Asst. Prof. Gaiutra Bahadur

Is this the end of American optimism? October 29, Vox, SASN Dean Jacqueline Mattis quoted

On Choice, Children, and Womanhood: A Conversation with Christa Parravani, October 29, L.A. Review of Books, MFA alumna Christa Parravani interviewed

Sexual Healing Why Pleasure Matters, October 29, Well Well,   Written by SASN Prof. Nan Wise

Small Businesses of Color Matter Too, October 28, The Regulatory Review, Op-ed co-written by RBS Prof. Jerome Williams 

Black Women’s Hair and Horror Movies: What Could Go Wrong? October 28, New York Times, Written by SASN Prof. Salamishah Tillet

Married with Two Kids, and Seeking an Abortion in West Virginia, October 28, Vogue, MFA alumna Christa Parravani's memoir excerpted

Nigerians Are the Latest to Risk Their Lives to Protest Against Police Brutality, October 27, Just Security, Written by SASN alumnus Kehinde Togun

Black Women Were Among The Fastest-Growing Entrepreneurs—Then Covid Arrived, October 26, Forbes, founding assistant director of CUEED at RBS Jeffrey Robinson quoted

Arts in Society: Two Poems, October 23, Boston Review, Written by American Studies Ph.D. candidate Naomi Extra

Factors Putting the US at Risk of Mass Atrocity, October 21, Newstalk, SASN Prof. Alex Hinton interviewed

A tribute to monumental women, October 18, CBS Sunday Morning, SASN Prof. Salamishah Tillet featured

'Ghost Hunters' Star Mustafa Gatollari Speaks out on A&E Cancellation, October 18, popculture, SASN and MFA Alumnus Mustafa Gatollari featured

Into Intimidation at the Polls, October 15, MSNBC, Asst. SASN Prof. Mark Krasovic quoted

The Dark Side of Sexuality, October 15, Psychology Today, Written by SASN Prof. Nan Wise

Hillsborough’s sheriff publicized a sex sting. Did it target gay men? Ocotber 14, Tampa Bay Times, SASN Assoc. Prof. Timothy Stewart-Winter

How do pandemics end? History suggests diseases fade but are almost never truly gone, October 14, The Conversation, Written by SASN Assoc. Prof. Nükhet Varlık

‘The Good Lord Bird’ Is a New Entry in the John Brown Canon, October 13, Written by SASN Prof. Salamishah Tillet

Toxic Sites in Newark: Ironbound is the Sacrifice Zone, October 12, NJTV, Talking Eyes Media featured | WNYC | Gothamist

Retailers hope Amazon’s Prime Day on Tuesday kicks off early holiday shopping season, October 12, CNBC, RU-N Provost Ashwani Monga quoted

Hidden cameras and secret trackers reveal where Amazon returns end up, October 10, CBC News, RBS Prof. Kevin Lyons quoted

Microsoft and Wells Fargo committed to diversity — the feds say not so fast, October 9, CBS News, Rutgers Law School Co-Dean David Lopez quoted

Trump’s Helter Skelter, October 9, Project Syndicate, Written by SASN Prof. Alex Hinton

New York’s Dynamism Will Triumph, October 8, City Journal, Written by SASN Prof. Jason Barr

Baraka Presents His First Virtual State of the City Address, October 7, Insider NJ, Rutgers-Newark mentioned

Stimulus doubts stoke uncertainty for shoppers, retailers just as holiday season begins, October 7, CNBC, RU-N Provost and RBS Prof. Ashwani Monga quoted

‘What goes around comes around,’ or what Greek mythology says about Donald Trump, October 7, The Conversation, Written by SASN  Prof. Rachel Hadas

South Ward Resident’s Pandemic Project Looks to Create Buzz Around Diversity in Beekeeping, October 7, TapInto Newark, RU-N alumnus Marcellis Counts featured

Interview: Pakistan’s Sectarian Politics, October 7, SWANA Region Radio, SASN Prof. Sadia Abbas interviewed

What White Power Supporters Hear Trump Saying, October, 6, Sapiens, Op-ed written by SASN Prof. Alex Hinton

Op Ed: Six ways to spark your intellect in Newark, NJ during a pandemic, October 6, New Jersey Stage, Rutgers-Newark featured

Lawsuits target mail-in voting in N.J., but ballots are already going out, October 5, NJ.com, Rutgers Law School International Human Rights Clinic mentioned

Photojournalism Project Captures Newark’s Black Women Doing Business, October 5, TapInto Newark, Express Newark mentioned

Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis: What lies ahead could include a constitutional crisis over succession, October 5, The Conversation, Written by SPAA Assoc. Prof. Stephanie Newbold | Business Standard | Legal News

What will memorials to the pandemic look like? A Philly artist started with 100,000 folds, October 4, Philadelphia Inquirer, SASN Asst. Prof. Lyra Monteiro quoted

What to Know About Sex and Menopause, According to a Neuroscientist, October 4, Glamour, Written by SASN Prof. Nan Wise

New Jersey spent 35 years and $100B trying to fix school inequity. It still has problems. October 3, Politico, SASN Asst. Prof. Domingo Morel quoted

What the ‘Cuties’ Critics Can’t See: The Complexities of Black Girlhood, Oct. 2, New York Times, Written by SASN Prof. Salamishah Tillet

Professor accuses Trump of voter intimidation for asking supporters to ‘watch very carefully’ at the polls, October 1, The College Fix, SASN Prof. Mark Krasovic quoted

'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 | Business Insider 

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, NorthJersey.com, GSN Alumnus Mike Steadman featured

Remembering and Resisting the Age of Reagan, September 24, Public Seminar, Written by SASN Prof. James Goodman

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

Come And Be Shocked: Baltimore Beyond John Waters And The Wire, September 16, The Metropole, Written by SASN Asst. Prof. Mary Rizzo

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

The Incredible Legacy of Newark's Black Women Activists, September 14, Zocalo Public Square, Written by GSN Alumna Noelle Lorraine Williams 

It’s time to hold Congress accountable for its own racism, September 13, NJ.com, 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, NorthJersey.com, 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

The Art World Tiptoes Back, With Virtual Sculpture and Chatty Avatars, The Wall Street Journal, September 8, SASN Asst. Prof. Jordan Casteel feature

A Heartbreakingly Beautiful Memoir About Identity and Fighting for a Place in the World, September 4, Off the Shelf, MFA alumnus Saeed Jones 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