News, media mentions, and upcoming events around Rutgers University-Newark
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December 7, 2016

Rutgers Creates Clement A. Price Chair in Public History and the Humanities Dec. 6
Professor Emeritus Askin Honored with William Pincus Award Dec. 6
Advocating for Equality in the American Marketplace Dec. 5
6,400+ Donors Gave More than $1 Million to University on Second Annual Rutgers Giving Day Dec. 2
Freshman De Sousa Named 1st-Team NSCAA All-American Dec. 2
Alex Plinio Receives Prestigious Leadership Award Nov. 30
Advocating for equality in the American marketplace Nov. 30
6,400+ Donors Gave More than $1 Million to University on Second Annual Rutgers Giving Day Nov. 30
Exhibition Examines Evolution of Newark’s First Civilian Complaint Review Board Nov. 30
Thousands Expected to Participate in Second Annual Rutgers Giving Day Nov. 28
Rutgers Law National Trial Team Wins ABA Employment Competition Nov. 28
Putting her business skills to work as a pageant winner Nov. 28
RU-N Historian Takes Home Two Prestigious Prizes for Latest Book Nov. 23
SPAA Alumnus Turns Classroom Learning into Community Building Nov. 22
Business Insight: Professor's New Research Helps Explain How Stress Affects Spending Nov. 22
Scarlet Raider Profile: Junior Tyler Ofray of Men's Basketball Nov. 21
Law School Alumnae Awarded Rutgers Medal Nov. 21
Dream Season Ends in ‘Elite Eight’ for Men’s Soccer Nov. 21
Three SPAA Doctoral Students Honored at ARNOVA Conference Nov. 18
The Courage to Listen Nov. 17
Law School Alumni Honored at Annual Gala Nov. 17
SPAA Distinguished Practitioner in Residence James M. Davy Wins Public Administration Award in Father’s Namesake Nov. 16
Scholarship Fosters Student's Desire to Give Back Nov. 16
Prof. John Keene Wins Lannan Award Nov. 15
Rutgers Law Clinic Helps Win Victory in Fourth Circuit Court Nov. 15
Rutgers Law Students Assisted Voters on Election Day Nov. 15
10th-Ranked Men’s Soccer Marches into NCAA ‘Sweet 16’ Nov. 14
‘Experiential Philanthropy’ Program Empowers Students to Help Nonprofits Nov. 14
A Rutgers Celebration for the Ages Nov. 14
How Stress Affects Saving and Spending Habits Nov. 14
Mayor Baraka, Senator Booker, and Congressman Payne Announce $1 Million "Second Chance" Grant Nov. 10
Kevin McCandless Named CAANJ Scholar-Athlete of the Year Nov. 10
Four chief executives explain leadership at CEO Evolution Nov. 10
MBA students are top winners in healthcare IT security competition Nov. 10
Phi Beta Lambda members gain "invaluable" learning, networking experiences at leadership conference Nov. 10
Rutgers Business School Executive Education Launches Marketing Campaign Nov. 9
Alumni Profile: His leadership at hospital is fueled by a powerful combination of medical and business knowledge Nov. 9
Food and Brain Health Conference to Bring Hundreds of Seniors to RU-N Nov. 8
No. 4 Men’s Soccer Gets NCAA Berth; R-N to Host First & Second Round Nov. 8
Alumni Profile: With a New Master's Degree in Governmental Accounting, She Lands Job of Overseeing Vermont Town's Financial Operations Nov. 8

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NEWS ABOUT RU-N (Selected)

Alumnus Al Koeppe
EDA Chair Koeppe, former PSE&G president, has died (obituary)
NJ Biz, Dec. 6
Prof. Jayne Anne Phillips
Novelist Explains Weaving Fact, Fiction in ‘Quiet Dell’ (book featured)
The Intelligencer, Dec. 6
Center for Real Estate
Rutgers announces certificate program in real estate development, redevelopment (featured)
NJ Biz, Dec. 6
Adjunct Prof. Wayne Fisher
Records suggest kickbacks to ex-detective chief of Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office (quoted)
The Record, Dec. 5
Prof. John Longo
Venue changes to Anthony’s Steakhouse, but business students still drink in Warren Buffett's advice (quoted)
Omaha World-Herald, Dec. 3
Prof. Alan Hyde
Professor says injunction on Obama's overtime rule is not arbitrary (quoted)
Southeast Texas Record, Dec. 2
Ohio State attack suggests terrorist threat evolving (quoted)
FOX 45 News, Nov. 28
Express Newark
Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson to open restaurant in Newark (featured)
The Record, Dec. 1
Breaking News: Marcus Samuelsson Opening Restaurant in Newark (featured)
New Jersey Monthly, Nov. 30
Newark Opens Public Art Installations for Cherry Blossoms in Winter (featured)
New Jersey Stage, Nov. 30
Marcus Samuelsson Plans Newark Restaurant (featured)
Wall Street Journal, Nov. 29
Newest Americans
From Guatemala to the United States, and Back Again (featured)
The Atlantic, Dec. 1
Keeping Guatemalan Immigrants at Home (featured)
New York Times, Nov. 28
Prof. Farok Contractor
Trump Trade Actions Louder Than Words? (quoted)
iTreasurer, Dec. 1
Prof. Alexander Hinton
Interview with Dr. Alexander L. Hinton, Author of “Man or Monster? The Trial of a Khmer Rouge Torturer" (interviewed)
Voice of America, Dec. 1
Clinical Prof. Penny Venetis
As push for recount continues, expert assesses integrity of voting machines (interviewed)
News Works, Dec. 1
Prof. John Cohen
Donald Trump Transition Team Turns Focus to Homeland Security (quoted)
Wall Street Journal, Nov. 30
Ohio State attack suggests terrorist threat evolving (quoted)
ABC 6, Nov. 29
After OSU stabbings, security officials must rethink how to prevent domestic mass casualty attacks (op-ed)
Daily News, Nov. 28
Anti-Muslim Hate Crimes Up 67 Percent, FBI Says (quoted)
ABC 7 News, Nov. 15
Prof. Rigoberto Gonzalez
Amid Uncertain Times, 11 New and Necessary Latino Books to Read (book reviews)
NBC News, Nov. 30
Asst. Prof. Alison Howell
Neuroscience hasn't been weaponized – it's been a tool of war from the start (op-ed)
SFGATE, Nov. 30
Lyneir Richardson, executive director of The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development
How the Strategic Opening of Retail Stores Can Revitalize City Neighborhoods (op-ed)
National Real Estate Investor, Nov. 29
Prof. Alexander Motyl
Europeans Prepare Resistance to Putin Invasion (op-ed)
Newsweek, Nov. 27
Clinical Prof. Esther Canty-Barnes
Exclusive: Inside the municipal court cash machine (quoted)
Asbury Park Press, Nov. 27
Assoc. Prof. Jason Barr
How NYC Got Its Skyline: A Q&A With The Author Of 'Building The Skyline' (interviewed)
Gothamist, Nov. 26
The Curious Case of New York's Two Economic Centers (research featured)
CityLab, Nov. 23
The Long View: Here’s where resi development would boom if NYC had no zoning (research featured)
Real Deal Magazine, Nov. 23
Kevin Riordan, executive director of the Center for Real Estate
NJPAC hi-rise finally breaks ground. What took so long? (quoted)
NJ Advance Media, Nov. 26
Prof. Todd Clear
Criminal Justice Reform Advocates Voice Concerns (quoted)
NJTV News, Nov. 23
Prisoner reentry program gets $1M grant to help end 'tragic cycle' of killings (quoted)
NJ Advance Media, Nov. 10
Newark prisoner reentry program to focus on risk of homicides (mentioned)
NJ Advance Media, Nov. 9
Prof. Arturo Osorio
Trump Ending Trans-Pacific Partnership Might Hurt NJ Businesses (interviewed)
NJTV News, Nov. 23
Clinical Prof. Jennifer Valvarde
Knowledge, Cash Critical in Fight Against Lead Poisoning in NJ’s Kids (quoted)
NJ Spotlight, Nov. 22
Chancellor Nancy Cantor
A Final Push for Inclusivity (quoted)
Inside Higher Ed, Nov. 21
Assoc. Prof. Jeffrey Robinson
4 Things Social Entrepreneurs Need in a B-School (quoted)
U.S. News & World Report, Nov. 21
Rutgers University-Newark
Rutgers President Offers ‘Sanctuary Campus,' Newark Students Worry After Trump Victory (featured)
Newark Patch, Nov. 18
Rutgers Newark students stage anti-Trump walkout (featured)
FOX 5 NY, Nov. 16
Rutgers throwing birthday blowout for 250th anniversary (featured)
NJ Advance Media, Nov. 10
Morris Davis, academic director of the Center for Real Estate
Rutgers real estate head Davis joins prestigious board (featured)
Real Estate NJ, Nov. 17
Thomas O’Reilly, director of the Police Institute
Police called 50 times in 5 years to house where stabbing occurred (quoted)
NJ Advance Media, Nov. 17
Assoc. Prof. Kristina Durante
How the Election Stress Affects Your Spending Habits According to Research (research featured)
University Herald, Nov. 16
Worried About Spending Money? Blame It On Election Stress. (research featured)
Huffington Post, Nov. 15
How stress affects saving and spending habits (research featured)
Medical Xpress, Nov. 14
Prof. Susan Carruthers
The Source: 'The Good Occupation' Reveals Stories of Post-War Americans Abroad (interviewed)
Texas Public Radio, Nov. 16
Prof. Lewis Porter
DOC NYC Closes with Death, Heaven, and John Coltrane (quoted)
Village Voice, Nov. 16
Asst. Prof. anice Gallagher
The Day After Trump Was Elected, We Came To Colombia. Why? (op-ed)
Huffington Post, Nov. 16
Undergraduate student Thaís Marques
Students Are Taking A Stand Against Donald Trump’s Immigration Policies On Campus (quoted)
Huffington Post, Nov. 16
Asst. Prof. Jordon Casteel
15 Women Artists Who Are Changing Their World—And Ours (featured)
ELLE, Nov. 15
Undergraduate student Ricky Castaneda
What an 18-year-old learned by running for school board in N.J. (featured)
NJ Advance Media, Nov. 15
Rutgers Law School
New Jersey State Bar Foundation Awards Scholarships to Nine Accomplished Law School Students (students featured)
New Jersey Law Journal, Nov. 14
Anice Thomas, director of the Counseling Center
Adults are grappling with helping young people in aftermath of the election (quoted)
Providence Journal, Nov. 14
Senior Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs and Chief of Staff Peter Englot
Thousands expected to take part in sit-ins, walkouts to protest Trump immigration plans (quoted)
The Record, Nov. 13
Assoc. Prof. Wayne Eastman
Port Authority will review testimony in Bridgegate trial to see if further action is warranted (quoted)
The Record, Nov. 13
Provost Jerome Williams
Facebook stops advertisers from using race to target ads (quoted)
Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 12
School of Criminal Justice
Newark Plans To Give 75 Ex-Cons Jobs, Healthcare To Fight Murder Rate (mentioned)
Newark Patch, Nov. 11
Newark Reentry Initiative Aims to Cut Recidivism, Prevent Homicide (featured)
NJTV News, Nov. 10
Prof. Simon Reich
Simon Reich of Rutgers University talks about the possible impact of a #Trump administration on #foreignaffairs (interviewed)
SpareMin, Nov. 11
Executive Summary for November 11th (mentioned)
News Deeply, Nov. 11
Column: 5 challenges Trump will face in the world (op-ed)
PBS NewsHour, Nov.10
Trump and the future of American policy in Asia (op-ed)
Policy Forum, Nov. 10
What Difference Would Trump or Clinton Mean to Europe? (op-ed)
Newsweek, Nov. 8
Wayne Winborne, executive director of Institute of Jazz Studies
New Leadership Chosen for World's Largest Jazz Archive (quoted)
The Guardian, Nov. 11
Junius Williams, director of the Abbott Leadership Institute
How Newark became one of the greatest jazz cities in the world (quoted)
The Guardian, Nov. 11
Girl Scouts can now earn a brand new badge for experiencing some of the best of Newark (quoted)
Brick City Live, Nov. 7
Assoc. Prof. Patrick Shafto
Research Shows Infants May Benefit from Baby Talk (research featured)
NJTV News, Nov. 9
Rutgers Business School
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Resurgent in New Jersey (mentioned)
NJ Spotlight, Nov. 8


On Earth Peace, a free holiday concert by the RU Chorus, Wednesday, December 14, 2016 - 2:30pm to 3:30pm
A performance by the Rutgers University Chorus under the direction of Brian P. Harlow. Sponsored by the RU-N Department of Arts, Culture and Media with support from the Cultural Programming Committee of RU-N.

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