News, media mentions, and upcoming events around Rutgers University-Newark
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October 12, 2016

Rutgers SPAA Global E-Governance Survey Highlights Innovative Practices Oct. 11
RU-N Announces Commencement Speaker and Honorees Oct. 7
Rutgers Names Frank J. Thompson Board of Governors Professor of Public Affairs and Administration Oct. 7
Strength in Entrepreneurship, Economic Inclusion Lands Rutgers Federal Grant Oct. 5
Professor Emeritus Frank Askin Honored with "Great Teacher" Award Oct. 5
Men’s Soccer Announces Fundraiser for Pediatric Cancer Oct. 3
Rutgers University Libraries Provide Relief for Soaring Textbook Costs Sept. 30
For Arts Nonprofits, Attendance Unlikely to Influence Donors Sept. 29
Increase in International Students Puts Global Face on Rutgers Sept. 29
Bringing Spring to Newark While It’s Still Winter Sept. 27
Honors Living-Learning Community Announces Inaugural Dean Sept. 27
SPAA Professor Appointed to Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action Board Sept. 26
RU-N Debate Team Gears up for 2016-17 Season Sept. 23
Rachel Hadas Is Short-listed for 2016 Forward Prize Sept. 22
RU-N Students Reclaim Their Narrative With “Hijabi World” Documentary Sept. 19

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NEWS ABOUT RU-N (Selected)

Prof. Alexander Motyl
Alexander Motyl’s latest novel (book reviewed)
Ukrainian Weekly, Oct. 11
What Ukraine Can Learn from Germany’s Cold War Divisions (op-ed)
Foreign Policy, Oct. 3
Ukraine's Next 25 Years (op-ed)
Foreign Affairs, Sept. 25

Clinical Prof. Laura Cohen
New Jersey Prosecutors Request More Black Teens to be Tried as Adults Than Any Other Race (quoted)
Atlanta Black Star, Oct. 11
Kids in Prison: Getting Tried as An Adult Depends on Skin Color (quoted)
WNYC, Oct. 10
Rutgers University-Newark
Rutgers-Newark names commencement speaker (featured)
NJ Advance Media, Oct. 10
Rutgers University-Newark to Honor Eboo Patel and Arthur James Hicks with Honorary Degrees In 2017 (featured)
New Jersey Stage, Oct. 9
Rutgers Incentivizes Open, Affordable Textbooks (featured)
Campus Technology, Oct. 3
Two years into term, Newark mayor Baraka getting results (mentioned)
Star-Ledger, Oct. 2
Muslim women seize the mic in 'Hijabi World' film (featured)
Arab American News, Sept. 29
Development Projects Sprout Up Along Halsey Street in Newark (featured)
Jersey Digs, Sept. 19
Prof. Rachel Hadas
Poetry as a necessity and a joy (work mentioned)
Cherwell, Oct. 10
Prof. Jay Soled
Debate Analysis: How Trump or Clinton will hit your tax bill (quoted)
Asbury Park Press, Oct. 10
Clinical Prof. Randi Mandelbaum
De Blasio calls for urgent reforms to ACS after death of 6-year-old boy (quoted)
Metro, Oct. 10
Assoc. Prof. Sara Wakefield
Conference spotlights consequences of parental incarceration (quoted)
Cornell Chronicle, Oct. 10
The late U.S. Representative Peter Rodino Jr., RU-N alumnus
Rutgers Revolutionary: How Peter Rodino – House Judiciary Committee chair’s – nonpartisan conduct of the Watergate hearings ultimately led to President Richard Nixon’s resignation (featured)
TAP into New Brunswick, Oct. 10
Adjunct Prof. Wayne Fisher
N.J. troopers now wear body cameras. That's good for everyone (quoted)
Star-Ledger, Oct. 8
Wayne Winborne, executive director of the Institute of Jazz Studies
The Past, Present and Future of Jazz — In Arizona And Beyond (interviewed)
KJZZ, Oct. 7
Prof. John Cohen
Insider's View: To Stop Homeland Attacks, Take a Page from the Secret Service (op-ed)
ABC News, Oct. 6
America's Most Dangerous Terrorist Has Been Dead for 5 Years but Still Inspires Deadly Attacks (quoted)
ABC News, Sept. 30
American Experts: Religion Unlikely a Motive for ISIS American Followers (quoted)
Asharq Al-Awsat, Sept. 25
Donald Trump's Praise of 'Stop and Frisk' at Odds with Court Ruling (quoted)
Yahoo News, Sept. 22
Do terror attacks help Donald Trump’s bid for the White House? (quoted)
Global News, Sept. 20
The case against Ahmad Khan Rahami: What's next for the feds? (quoted)
NJ Advance Media, Sept. 20
Muslim leaders fight to keep troubled youth from being radicalized (quoted)
The Record, Sept. 20
The New York and New Jersey bombs were made out of easily accessible materials (quoted)
Business Insider, Sept. 19
Terrorist Attacks Will Likely Affect 2016 Presidential Race, Experts Say (quoted)
ABC News, Sept. 19
Bombs in New York and New Jersey, Stabbing Attacks in Minnesota Stoke Unease (quoted)
Wall Street Journal, Sept. 19
Questions unanswered after three possible terrorist attacks in U.S. (quoted)
KUTV, Sept. 18
Prof. Alan Hyde
Labor Gaps Bring Steady Pay Raises (quoted)
Engineering News-Record, Oct. 6
Court Upholds Open Shop in Jersey City Labor Pact Challenge (quoted)
Engineering News-Record, Oct. 5

Assoc. Prof. Jason Barr
5 myths about New York City skyscrapers, debunked (featured)
Curbed, Oct. 6
New York City’s housing crisis (op-ed)
OUP Blog, Sept. 28
Co-Dean Ronald Chen
Law Schools Readying Students for Uniform Bar Exam in N.J. (quoted)
New Jersey Law Journal, Oct. 5
Alito Recalls Garth as 'Epitome of Dedication' (quoted)
New Jersey Law Journal, Sept. 27
After Nearly Half-Century on Third Circuit, Leonard Garth Dies at 95 (quoted)
New Jersey Law Journal, Sept. 26
Prof. James Goodman
Can You Be Black and Republican? (op-ed)
New York Times, Oct. 5
Brenda Hopper, chief executive officer and state director of New Jersey Small Business Development Centers
Business Partnership joins NJSBDC on green business initiative (quoted), Oct. 5
Rutgers Business School
Namibia: Former Gov. Jim Florio, Rutgers Host Namibian Delegation (featured)
All Africa, Oct. 4
Former Gov. Jim Florio, Rutgers host Namibian delegation (featured), Sept. 21
Chancellor Nancy Cantor
'Our Compelling Interests' (work featured)
Inside Higher Ed, Oct. 4
Assoc. Prof. John Keene
The Victory Not Yet Won (op-ed)
Brooklyn Rail, Oct. 4
Asst. Prof. Patricia Akhimie
Literary symposium spotlights new scholars, new approaches (quoted)
Bates News, Sept. 29
University Professor Ronald Clarke
Neighborhood Streets and Plazas Could Be Redesigned in Plan to Reduce Crime (quoted)
DNA Info, Sept. 26
Asst. Prof. Domingo Morel
Scholars Unsure Potential Young Latino Voters Engaged (quoted)
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, Sept. 26
Clement A. Price Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience
Remembering Newark's Giant Ark 3 decades after Controversy Killed It (event featured)
Star-Ledger, Sept. 23
Vice Chancellor Irene O’Brien
Midlife Crisis? Maybe a Horse Will Help (featured)
Wall Street Journal, Sept. 22
Dean Rod Brunson
What does 'black-on-black crime' actually mean? (quoted)
Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 22
Prof. David Troutt
A novel about police brutality in 1948 Atlanta that sounds eerily relevant today (book review)
Washington Post, Sept. 22
The late Prof. Clement Price
Pru commits $3M to opening of African-American museum on Saturday, says it shares 'concern about the ongoing challenges and issues' (mentioned)
NJ Biz, Sept. 22
Morris Davis, academic director of the Center for Real Estate
The Fed, your mortgage, and you (quoted)
Marketplace, Sept. 20
University Professor Todd Clear
Defining Violence: It’s Not as Simple as You Think (quoted)
Yahoo News, Sept. 19


Rutgers, Race, and Slavery, Thursday, October 13, 2016 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Open House, Saturday, October 15, 2016 - 9:00am to 2:30pm
Open Doors Citywide Arts Festival, Wednesday, October 19, 2016 - 4:00pm to Sunday, October 23, 2016 - 5:00pm
Debunking Myths about Financial Aid, Saturday, October 22, 2016 - 11:00am to 1:00pm
"Still Movement" and other Poems by Natan Barreto, Tuesday, October 25, 2016 - 2:30pm to 3:30pm

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