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February 19, 2016
NEWS FROM RU-N 


Buzzfeed Names Rutgers MFA Graduate Executive Editor of Culture Feb. 19

Rutgers Law Professors Weigh President's Decision on SCOTUS Vacancy Feb. 18

New graduate program equips healthcare administrators for dramatic business changes in healthcare delivery services Feb. 17

Honors Living-Learning Community Increases Higher-Ed Access, Redefines 'Honors' Feb. 16
 
New Business of Fashion Graduate Program Bridges Business and Arts Feb. 15
 
Paul Robeson: Rutgers Scholar, Athlete Became a Renowned International Entertainer Feb. 15
 
Master of Financial Analysis program adds career manager to program benefits Feb. 12
 
Ants Were Socializing-and Sparring-Nearly 100 Million Years Ago, Rutgers Study Finds Feb. 11
 
Happy Valentine’s Day: Rutgers Wedding Stories Feb. 11
 
Sophomore Barris Gets Chance with Puerto Rican Nat’l Team Feb. 4
 
Equity, a new film detailing the struggles of women on Wall Street, has deep Rutgers ties Feb. 4
 
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NEWS ABOUT RU-N (Selected)


Rutgers Business School
Fashion in Business (featured )
Linger Magazine, Feb. 18
Rutgers Business School merges fashion, business with new graduate program (featured)
The Record, Feb. 17
Rutgers introduces a competition to give New Jersey county college students a taste of the business world (featured)
Bloomberg Business, Feb. 8
 
Assoc. Prof. John Keene
Winter book report (work featured)
Bay Area Reporter, Feb. 18
 
Prof. John Cohen
Kerry recruits Hollywood in ISIS propaganda war, but some are skeptical (quoted)
KVAL, Feb. 18

Prof. Jack Lynch 
'You Could Look it Up': The world before and since Wikipedia (book featured)
Washington Post, Feb. 17

Phillip Barden, postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Jessica Ware’s lab
Ancient Ants in Amber Were Like Today's Social Brawlers (research featured)
Discovery News, Feb. 16
Amber Shows Prehistoric Ants Were Socializing And Fighting 100 Million Years Ago (research featured)
Tech Times, Feb. 15
Ants Have Been at War for the last 99 Million Years (research featured)
Maine News Online, Feb. 13
100-million-year-old amber preserved oldest animal societies (research featured)
Leader Call, Feb. 13
Ants Were Socializing - And Sparring - Nearly 100 Million Years Ago, Rutgers Study Finds (research featured)
Ant Fight Preserved in Amber for 99 Million Years (research featured)
Lighthouse News Daily, Feb. 13
Science Newsline, Feb. 12
Ants have been fighting and cooperating for 100 million years (research featured)
UPI, Feb. 12
Ants and Social Interaction: 99 Million Years Ago, Ants Fought and Socialized (research featured)
Nature World News, Feb. 12
Ants from 99 million years ago fight and socialize like ants of today (research featured)
News Quench, Feb. 12
Ants have been trying to kill each other for 99 million years (research featured)
Futurity, Feb. 12
 
Prof. Alexander Motyl
Kissinger’s Eerie Silence on Putin (op-ed)
Newsweek, Feb. 16
Kissinger's vapid vision thing (op-ed)
Kyiv Post, Feb. 15
Signs of Hope for Judicial Reform in Ukraine (op-ed)
World Affairs, Feb. 12
 
Stephan Kolodiy, senior admissions officer for RBS
4 Questions to Ask at MBA Admissions Events (quoted)
U.S. News & World Report, Feb. 16
Acing the MBA Admissions Essay (quoted)
Find MBA, Feb. 9
 
Prof. Todd Clear
Why Erica Garner's support for Sanders makes a difference (work cited)
CNN, Feb. 16
 
Adjunct Prof. Miguel Cervantes-Cervantes
New Credential Aims to Make Professors Into Better Teachers (quoted)
Chronicle of Higher Education, Feb. 16
 
Junius Willliams, director of the Abbott Leadership Institute
Paul Robeson … Used His Fame to Fight Injustice (quoted)
TAP into Montclair, Feb. 16
 
Alumna Beverly Aisenbrey
Female-driven Wall Street film has deep Rutgers Ties (featured)
Mycentraljersey.com, Feb. 16
 
NJ-STEP
Rutgers' prison-to-college program opens up better life (featured)
Big Ten Network, Feb. 15
Rutgers program offers inmates a second chance for education (featured)
New Jersey 101.5, Feb. 14
 
Assoc. Prof. Jason Barr
The dirt beneath your home is way more valuable than your home. It's time we tax the dirt. (research cited)
The Week, Feb. 12
 
Assoc. Prof. Jeffrey Robinson
Jeffrey Robinson on Social Entrepreneurship (featured)
Gordon Institute of Business Science/You Tube, Feb. 12
 
Debate Team
MSU Debate finished top eight out of 124 teams in tournament (mentioned)
State News, Feb. 11
 
Center for Real Estate
The Center for Real Estate Names Jeffrey Sica of Circle Squared Alternative Investments to its Advisory Board (featured)
Bloomberg Business, Feb. 10
 
Prof. Michael Barnett
Pharma industry has more in common with Martin Shkreli than it likes to admit (quoted)
Stat, Feb. 9
 
Asst. Prof. Vanessa LoBue
Children learn better from people than screens (op-ed)
Straits Times, Feb. 8
Children as young as four can learn how to avoid getting ill, if they understand why (op-ed)
The Conversation, Feb. 7
How to Work Out if Your Kid is Too Young for Screens (op-ed)
Time, Feb. 5
 
Assoc. Prof. Robert Snyder
In a New York City neighborhood, the challenges – and potential – for America’s urban future (op-ed)
The Conversation, Feb. 8
 
Assoc. Prof. Jason Barr
Manhattan Real Estate: What's Next (op-ed)
Feb. 8
 
Clinical Prof. Jack Feinstein
Bamboozled: Is this disgraced travel company exec breaking his deal with the state? (quoted)
NJ Advance Media, Feb. 8
 
Adjunct Prof. Wayne Fisher
Edison cops need state oversight. This is a recording | Editorial (quoted)
Star-Ledger, Feb. 8
 
The late Prof. Clement Price
Unpublished Black History (work cited)
New York Times, Feb. 6
How black labor built up Atlantic City (work cited)
Press of Atlantic City, Feb. 6
 
Rutgers University-Newark
Voices of Newark’s past at ‘We Found Our Way: Newark Portraits from the Great Migration’ (mentioned)
Brick City Live, Feb. 5
 
Prof. John Leubsdorf
Money-Laundering Sting Exposes Shady Legal Deals (interviewed)
Regional News Network/You Tube, Feb. 3
 
Asst. Prof. Timothy Stewart-Winter
Beyond Stonewall: How Gay History Looks Different From Chicago (op-ed)
Slate, Feb. 1

UPCOMING EVENTS @ RU-N 


Long Time Here: Prisons and Policing in African-American History Sat., Feb.20, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Free Portfolio Review & Art Resource Fair Sat., Feb. 20, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
 
Rethinking Peace Studies Wed., Feb. 24, 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
 
Jazz Concert: Mosaic Jazz Ensemble/NJIT Jazz Ensemble Wed., Feb. 24, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
 
Jazz Concert: Lewis Porter with Saxophonist Dick Oatts Wed., March 2, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
 
2016 Mark Leadership Conference Sat., March 5, 9:30 a.m. - 6:15 p.m.

 
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