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August 29, 2016
NEWS FROM RU-N 


Newark Venture Partners to Create Tech Hub and Internships Aug. 26

B-STAR Gives Incoming RBS Students a Headstart Aug. 23

RU-N Alumni Headline Poetry Reading Series in Military Park Aug. 19

RU-N Faculty and Alumni Win Prestigious 2016 American Book Award Aug. 17

Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) Certifies 100 NJ Civil Servants in Certified Public Manager Program Aug. 15

Judge Victoria Pratt '98 Requires Dignity and Justice in Her Courtroom Aug. 9

RBS Alumnus Reveals His Creative Side Aug. 9

This summer camp is all business Aug. 3
 
 
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NEWS ABOUT RU-N (Selected)


Asst. Prof. Jessica Ware
Why Do We Only See Dragonflies In The Summer? (interviewed)
WBEZ, Aug. 29
Why Do We Only See Dragonflies In The Summer? (interviewed)
NPR, Aug. 27
 
Provost Jerome Williams
Black business owners strain to sell to black consumers (quoted)
Asbury Park Press, Aug. 28
Related:
Vindy, Aug. 21
Star Tribune, Aug. 14
Trib Live, Aug. 13
Crain’s Chicago Business, Aug. 10
 
Rutgers University-Newark
Jerk City? After success in Montclair, Jamaican chef opens Newark cafe (mentioned)
NJ Advance Media, Aug. 27
Rutgers Newark Writers Capture 3 American Book Awards For 2016 (featured)
Newark Patch, Aug. 26
The New York Times – Lens – Photography (featured)
AltM, Aug. 22
Three Rutgers-Newark Professors Win 2016 American Book Awards (featured)
New Jersey Stage, Aug. 17
New N.J. jazz lounge celebrates historian's love of Newark (featured)
NJ Advance Media, Aug. 12
Siblings, separated as foster kids, look to become cops and find each other (mentioned)
New Jersey 101.5, Aug. 10
Listening to the Voices from Hijabi World (featured)
New York Times, Aug. 8
Efforts of the arts: A commitment to a diversity of acts, is good for the community and the bottom line (mentioned)
NJ Biz, Aug. 4
 
School of Public Affairs and Administration
Sheriff's Office Staff Graduated from Certified Public Manager Class (featured)
AH Herald, Aug. 26
 
Newest Americans
What American Women Who Wear Hijab Want You to Know (featured)
The Atlantic, Aug. 26
 
Vincent Pelote, director of operations of the Institute of Jazz Studies
Bergen native Rudy Van Gelder, sound man for jazz legends, dies at 91 (quoted)
The Record, Aug. 25
 
Express Newark
JLL picked to lease remainder of Hahne's building in Newark (mentioned)
NJ Biz, Aug. 25
Leasing underway to find retail, office neighbors for Newark's Whole Foods (mentioned)
NJ Advance Media, Aug. 22
In Newark, a New Chapter Unfolding (mentioned)
New York Times, Aug. 19
 
Prof. Farok Contractor
The abnormal 2016 presidential election: Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton? (interviewed)
New China, Aug. 24
 
Asst. Prof. Jerry Kim
Uber’s controversial strategy to finally defeat Lyft (quoted)
Washington Post, Aug. 23
Why we scoff when McDonald's hands out fitness trackers (quoted)
Chicago Tribune, Aug. 22
 
Prof. Steve Gold
Quote of the Day: Genomics in the Courtroom? (quoted)
Bloomberg Law, Aug. 22
 
Asst. Prof. Michael Cole
How smart are you? Differences in brain activity might hold clue (research featured)
CBS News, Aug. 22
 
Prof. Alexander Motyl
Who's Putin Going to Bully Next? OZY Asks the Experts (quoted)
OZY, Aug. 21
What’s going on in Vladimir Putin’s head? (op-ed)
Irish Examiner, Aug. 19
What Is Really Going On in Vladimir Putin’s Head? (op-ed)
Newsweek, Aug. 18
Why peace is impossible with Putin (op-ed)
Kyiv Post, Aug. 15
Let It Go (op-ed)
Foreign Policy, Aug. 12
Putin, fascism and the press (work cited)
Vanity Fair, Aug. 10
Kremlin tightens grip on devastated Donbas (op-ed)
Kyiv Post, Aug. 8
 
Prof. Beryl Satter
Rent-to-Own Homes: A Win-Win for Landlords, a Risk for Struggling Tenants (quoted)
New York Times, Aug. 21
 
Assoc. Prof. Jason Barr
The up and up (work featured)
The Economist, Aug. 18
 
Prof. Todd Clear
Justice Department will phase out private prisons (quoted)
Los Angeles Times, Aug. 18
 
Prof. Rachel Hadas
Book Review: Questions in the Vestibule by Rachel Hadas (book reviewed)
Seven Days, Aug. 17
 
Prof. Anthony Braga
BPD Starts Assigning Police to Body Camera Program Today (mentioned)
Boston Magazine, Aug. 16
The Wonk’s Guide to What Works, and What Doesn’t, When Policing Violent Crime (mentioned)
The Trace, Aug. 11
 
Executive Vice Chancellor Shirley Collado
Vanderbilt to remove ‘Confederate’ inscription from residence hall (quoted)
Vanderbilt News, Aug. 15
 
Prof. John Cohen
ISIS 'Kill List' Targets 15,000 Unsuspecting American Christians (quoted)
Gospel Herald, Aug. 12
 
Prof. Lewis Porter
The First Hipster of New York (quoted)
New York Times, Aug. 12
 
Professor Emerita Judith Weis
Dozens Endorse C.P.F. Change (quoted)
East Hampton Star, Aug. 11
 
Assoc. Prof. Patrick Shafto
How parental baby talk improves a child's language skills (research featured)
News OK, Aug. 11
 
Clement’s Place
"The Sax Summit" Kicks Off NC350 Live at Clement's Place Series (featured)
New Jersey Stage, Aug. 11
 
Dean Rod Brunson
How Baltimore’s Police Reform Agreement Will Work (quoted)
Newsweek, Aug. 10
 
Chancellor Nancy Cantor
Weekly Book List, August 19, 2016 (work featured)
Chronicle of Higher Education, Aug. 14
College Presidents as Stewards of Democracy (quoted)
Huffington Post, Aug. 8
 
Prof. Jack Lynch
Should Shakespeare Get a Modern-English Update? (interviewed)
Lexicon Valley, Aug. 8
 
Prof. Rigoberto Gonzalez
In 'The Mexican Flyboy,' A Time Machine Rights Unjust Deaths (book review)
NBC News, Aug. 8
 
James Abruzzo, director of the Institute of Ethical Leadership
The Top 5 Introvert Leadership Challenges (and How to Beat Them) (interviewed)
Observer, Aug. 5

UPCOMING EVENTS @ RU-N 


Marketing Research Planning & Sales Strategies Part I & II, Thurs., Sept. 15, 9:00am to 4:00pm
 
First Step to Entrepreneurship Q&A, Sat., Sept. 17, 10:00am to 12:00pm
 
Homecoming 2016, Mon., Sept. 19 to Sat., Sept. 24
 
Fall 2016 Robeson Campus Center Exhibitions Reception, Thurs., Sept. 22, 5:00pm to 7:00pm
 
When Newark Had A Chinatown: A talk and discussion with Yoland Skeete-Laessig, Mon., Sept. 26, 2:30pm to 4:00pm
 
 
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