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April 26, 2016

Media Advisory: RU-N to Host Community Briefing on African-American Brain Health Initiative April 26

Newark’s Newest Mural to be Unveiled April 26

Rutgers Students Champion Federal Aid on Capitol Hill April 25
McCandless Receives Prestigious ELITE 90 Award April 22
Sharing Lessons Learned During a Year at the U.S. Supreme Court April 22
Professor Alex Hinton Testifies at U.N.-Backed International Tribunal for the Khmer Rouge April 21
Student Employees, Supervisors Celebrated April 21
Minority Biomedical Research Support Program Celebrates 32 Years Promoting Diversity April 19
Beryl Satter Named Andrew Carnegie Fellow April 19
Chidsey, Fredricks, McCandless Named AVCA All-Americans April 18
Public Art Initiative “Portals” Connects Newark, N.J., to the World for Criminal Justice Conversations April 15
Rutgers Day Debuts at Rutgers University–Newark, Couples with Annual Alumni Weekend April 15
Queer Newark Oral History Project Wins Clement A. Price Human Dignity Award April 14
MBA Team Wins Ten Plus Supply Chain Case Dual Challenge April 13
Three Retiring Professors to be Given Distinguished Service Awards April 13
Queer Newark Oral History Project Takes It to the Next Level with Launch Event April 13
America’s New Ambassador to Estonia is a Rutgers Law School Graduate April 13
Men’s Volleyball Earns At-Large Berth into NCAA Tournament April 11
Bergen and Essex students are top winners in Rutgers Business School's first New Jersey County College Case Competition April 7

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NEWS ABOUT RU-N (Selected)

Rutgers University-Newark
Ex-NYPD commissioner added to list of N.J. college commencement speakers (mentioned)
NJ Advance Media, April 25
Ping Pong tournament in Military Park brings out hundreds for day of fun and games (mentioned)
Brick City Live, April 15
A slam-dunk? Abdul-Jabbar is speaker at N.J. college commencement (mentioned)
April 13
Commencement Speakers Announced (mentioned)
Inside Higher Ed, April 11
Second Annual Ping Pong in the Park (mentioned)
New Jersey Stage, April 11
How ‘The Wire’ is inspiring new classroom curricula (featured)
PBS Newshour, April 10
Yendor Productions and Rutgers-Newark will unveil a mural on Hawthorne Avenue next month (mentioned)
Brick City Live, April 7
Prof. Alan Hyde
Uber’s $100 Million Settlement with Drivers Settles Very Little  (op-ed)
New Republic, April 25
Newark City of Learning Collaborative
Lots of ways to give back as Newark Celebration 350 joins organizations nationwide for Giving Day (featured)
Brick City Live, April 25
Prof. Beryl Satter
Carnegie Fellows (mentioned)
Chronicle of Higher Education, April 24
Assoc. Prof. Whitney Strub
Utah and the war on porn: Our long national history of condemning “obscenity” as public enemy #1 (op-ed)
Salon, April 23
Prof. Alexander Motyl
Motyl’s first poetry collection (work reviewed)
Ukraine Weekly, April 22
Ukraine’s New Cabinet (op-ed)
World Affairs, April 21
Ukraine: A Bridge Linking the West and Russia? (op-ed)
World Affairs, April 15
The Dutch, Kyiv and reform (op-ed)
Kyiv Post, April 9
The Dutch, Kyiv, and Reform (op-ed)
World Affairs, April 7
A Grand Strategy for Ukraine (op-ed)
Foreign Affairs, April 5
Prof. Rigoberto Gonzalez
Rigoberto González list of 23 essential new books by Latino poets (op-ed)
Los Angeles Times, April 22
The real reason Latinos are overlooked during National Poetry Month (op-ed)
Los Angeles Times, April 22
5 New Latino Poetry Books for National Poetry Month (op-ed)
NBC News, April 18
What You Put In Your Mouth (quoted)
Boston Review, April 7
Dean Shadd Maruna
Criminals Explain How They Justified Their Crimes to Themselves (quoted)
Vice, April 22
Prisoners’ writing is subject of Parkside study (work mentioned)
Kenosha News, April 22
Prof. Farok Contractor
Free trade: Job killer or money saver? (quoted)
Asbury Park Press, April 22
Corporations’ Flight to Low-Tax Countries Angers US Voters (op-ed)
YaleGlobal, April 12
Asst. Prof. Nan Gao
Rutgers Researchers Work Toward Cure for IBD by Studying a Specific Intestinal Cell (research featured)
IBD News Today, April 21
Working toward digestive health by probing an unusual cell in the gut (research featured), April 18
Biologist believes an intestinal cell type may be source of inflammatory bowel disease (featured)
Medical Xpress, April 13
Institute of Jazz Studies
Museum Acquires Only Known Film of Louis Armstrong in Studio (mentioned)
Voice of America, April 21
Louis Armstrong museum gets only known film footage of jazz legend in the studio (mentioned)
CBS News, April 20
Blues is the sound of spring in New Jersey (mentioned)
Asbury Park Press, April 15
Prof. Simon Reich
What a Trump-Clinton Faceoff Could Look Like (op-ed)
Fortune, April 20
Should America be focusing on IS when North Korea poses an existential threat? (op-ed)
UPI, April 13
School of Criminal Justice
Milwaukee, Newark Make Community Connections Through A Digital Portal (mentioned)
Wisconsin Public Radio, April 20
Center for Real Estate
RWJBarnabas' Ostrowsky: Changes in health care demand real estate creativity (mentioned)
NJ Biz, April 19
Dean Marc Holzer
What does a 'rightsized' Atlantic City government look like? (quoted)
Press of Atlantic City, April 18
Co-Dean Ronald Chen
Immigration Issue Comes Before Supreme Court (interviewed)
NJTV News, April 18
Honors Living-Learning Community
School notes from Morris and Sussex counties (mentioned)
Daily Record, April 18
Prof. Jack Lynch
Everything that can and cannot be looked up (work cited)
The Hindu, April 17
Junius Williams, director of the Abbott Leadership Institute
How Newarkers are celebrating city's 350th birthday (quoted)
NJ Advance Media, April 17
Prof. Michael Santoro
Trump's son-in-law puts stamp on Monmouth County (quoted)
Asbury Park Press, April 14
Chancellor Nancy Cantor
Newark Arts Council Receives Historic $1M Grant from The Prudential Foundation (quoted)
New Jersey Business, April 13
Adjunct Prof. Wayne Fisher
Experts say Bergen County safety director’s butting into DWI arrest was inappropriate (quoted)
The Record, April 13
Rutgers Business School
Bergen Community College Students Win Rutgers Business School Competition (featured)
Bergen Dispatch, April 12
Dean Vera, director of career management at Rutgers Business School
B-Schools Are Injecting Big Data Analytics Into Healthcare Management--Here's Why (quoted)
Business Because, April 12
Data Analytics Is Changing The Future Of Healthcare — Here's How That's Creating MBA Careers (quoted)
Business Because, April 12
Asst. Prof. Brenda Shaughnessy
Poem-A-Day - 'Last Sleep Best Sleep' by Brenda Shaughnessy (work featured)
The Spectrum, April 12
Prof. April Benasich
Can this robot help children learn language? (featured)
TES, April 11
Prof. Jayne Anne Phillips
WV Book Team: New books by Elkins native and MFA director (quoted)
Charleston Gazette-Mail, April 10
Asst. Prof. Lyra Monteiro
‘Hamilton’ and History: Are They in Sync? (quoted and work cited)
New York Times, April 10
Prof. Paul Tractenberg
Education for Everyone: Connecting Morristown’s dots and dashes in an historic struggle (quoted)
Morristown Green, April 9
Asst. Prof. Vanessa LoBue
Furries are finally having their moment (mentioned)
Boston Globe, April 8
When do children develop their gender identity? How kids are more fluid than you think (op-ed)
Pink News, April 7
Rutgers Law School
Co-deans increasingly embraced in higher ed (mentioned)
Education Dive, April 8
Prof. Frank Askin
Cross-examination: Askin reflects on half century of service (interviewed)
New Jersey Law Journal, April 8
Asst. Prof. Audrey Truschke
Sanskrit texts offered way to Mughals to rule India: Book (book reviewed)
The Tribune, April 7
Hindu nationalists carrying forward colonial idea of demonizing Mughals (interviewed)
April 6
Lyneir Richardson, executive director of The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development
Bernie Sanders, business genius? Yes, actually (quoted)
CNBC, April 7
Lyneir Richardson, executive director of The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development
Bernie Sanders, business genius? Yes, actually (quoted)
CNBC,April 7
Asst. Prof. Jessica Ware
Dragonfly can fly 7,081 km without stopping, can (research featured)
Toledo Daily News, April 6
Professor Emerita Judith Weis
Marine Pollution: What Everyone Needs to Know (book reviewed)
Planet Experts, March 14


World's Fair 2016 Wed., April 27, 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Procedural Justice: A Simple Idea to Increase Public Trust in the Justice System Thurs., April 28, 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Whose City Is It? A Newark Forum on Historic Preservation Fri., April 29, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Global Urban Futures: Inclusive Cities in Theory & Practice Fri., April 29, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Rutgers Day Sat., April 30, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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