Rutgers-Newark Chancellor Nancy Cantor and University of Michigan Center for Social Solutions Director and Founder Earl Lewis co-authored an important essay reflecting on one of the pivotal issues underlying how we ended up with an insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. Click here to read the medium.com essay.
RU-N Professor Lyneir Richardson talks about his goal to help 1000 entrepreneurs grow their businesses and build generational wealth at the RBS Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CUEED). Click here to listen to the evepicker.com interview.
RU-N Professors Naomi Jackson and Rigoberto González each reviewed author Ladee Hubbard’s novel The Rib King, in the Washington Post andLA Times, respectively.
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Three Rutgers University–Newark researchers are part of a group recently awarded a $2.7 million grant to launch an innovative online platform to help Black and Latino middle-school students develop their skills and identities as mathematical thinkers while fostering equity in the public educational system. Arthur Powell, Professor of Mathematics Education in RU-N's Department of Urban Education, together with Assistant Professor Miriam Rosenberg-Lee and Associate Professor Luis Rivera of RU-N's Psychology department, are co-Principal Investigators (PIs) on the project, called Mathematical Thinkers Like Me (MLM), which is funded by the New Schools Venture Fund’s EF+Math program. Click here to read the full story.
RU-N Distinguished Professor Alexander Hinton's op-ed is featured as one of the 5 essential reads about the rioters that stormed the U.S. Capitol. Click here to read the full article.
It is with great pleasure that RU-N invites you to join us for the 41st Annual Marion Thompson Wright Lecture Series, One Begins Again: Organizing & the Historical Imagination, moderated by Barbara Ransby. The conference is presented by Clement A. Price Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience and will be held online on Saturday, February 20. Click here for more information.
Join the RU-N Office of Violence Prevention and Victim Assitance (VPVA), community organizations and survivors of domestic violence to recognize what DV looks like, understand barriers to reporting, learn how to support survivors and identify resources. Click here for more information.
Alrov Institute for Real Estate Research at the Coller of Management, Tel Aviv , The New Jersey-Israel Commission and Rutgers Center for Real Estate are inviting you to a conference, Promoting Housing Affordability and Sustainable Rental Housing Markets: New Jersey and Israel Perspectives on Tuesday, February 2. Click here to register.
Are you ready to do your part to protect the RU-N community? Add your phone to the COVID fight by downloading the COVID Alert NJ app. It's New Jersey's new app to help stop COVID-19 in our state. Click here for more information.
There are many great online workshops, talks, and events to attend virtually from Rutgers-Newark and the City of Newark this fall. Stay in the know, and submit your event, by visiting the Rutgers-Newark events calendar!