News, media mentions, and upcoming events around Rutgers University-Newark
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June 27, 2016

2016 Institute of Jazz Studies Archival Fellowship Program Participants Reflect on Their Experiences June 27
NJ-STEP Partners, RU-N and RVCC, Will Participate in U.S. DOE’s Second Chance Pell Pilot Program June 24
Classroom will be named to honor Professor Farrokh Langdana June 23
Professor Charles Auffant Honored by Hispanic Bar Association June 22
RU-N Alumnus Michael Dillard Speaks at His Alma Mater, Barringer High School June 21
Rutgers Business School poised to expand executive education programs in Singapore and Southeast Asia June 20
What's On Your Summer Reading List? June 20
Business Community Symposium Showcases Newark’s Expanding Economic Potential June 17
Board of Governors Awards Prestigious Professorships to Rutgers University–Newark Faculty June 15
Bill Rasmussen: Rutgers Alumnus Founded ESPN, Created First 24-Hour TV Network June 13
Mathematician Endre Boros is elected into esteemed Hungarian Academy of Sciences June 9

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NEWS ABOUT RU-N (Selected)

Prof. Simon Reich
How Britain Can Break from Brexit (op-ed)
Washington Monthly, June 27
Assoc. Prof. Patrick Shafto
Silly talk directed at infants may be more educational than imagined (research featured)
Medical Xpress, June 27
Adjunct Prof. Wayne Fisher
Records suggest kickbacks to ex-detective chief of Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office (quoted)
The Record, June 27
Alumna Ashley Higginson
Olympic dreams for five track stars (featured)
Asbury Park Press, June 27
Asst. Prof. Vanessa LoBue
How do children learn to detect snakes, spiders and other dangerous things? (op-ed)
SFGate, June 26
Why Do So Many People Have a Fear of Holes? (research cited)
Motherboard, June 10
Prof. Louis Raveson
How Watergate is playing a role in the Bridgegate scandal (quoted)
NJ Advance Media, June 26
Alumna U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren
How Elizabeth Warren's Rutgers roots forged her future VP prospects (featured)
NJ Advance Media, June 25
Prof. Alan Hyde
The real impact of Corey Lewandowski’s nondisclosure agreement with Donald Trump (quoted)
Washington Post, June 25
Prof. Rigoberto Gonzalez
Your Summer 2016 Reading List: 9 Great Books by Latino Authors (op-ed)
NBC News, June 24
I Found a Home in Clubs Like Pulse in Cities Like Orlando (op-ed)
Buzz Feed, June 16
Assoc. Prof. Whitney Strub
Can New Jersey's Last Porn Theater Survive Gentrification? (op-ed)
Vice, June 24
This Is What Americans Used to Consider Obscene (quoted)
Time, June 21
Morris Davis, academic director of the Center for Real Estate
How NYC Tourism Could Be Affected by Brexit Decision (quoted)
WNBC-NY 4, June 24
Will the Brexit Vote Drive Up NYC Real Estate? (quoted)
6sqft, June 24
Brexit vote could drive up New York real estate, hurt tourism (quoted)
Crain’s, June 23
Chancellor Nancy Cantor
U.S. Supreme Court upholds race-based college admissions (quoted)
The Inquirer, June 24
Asst. Prof. Timothy Stewart-Winter
Before Stonewall: Four Other Significant LGBT Rights Sites (quoted)
National Geographic, June 24
Prof. Alexander Motyl
Why Are So Many German Leaders Soft on Putin’s Aggression? (op-ed)
Newsweek, June 23
Germany’s Socialists, Russia's Fascism, and Ukrainian Deaths (op-ed)
Atlantic Council, June 20
Though Progress is Genuine, Reform Must Accelerate in Ukraine (op-ed)
World Affairs, June 17
Rutgers Business School
Clinical trials' impact on N.J.: $779 million, BioNJ study finds (research featured)
NJ Biz, June 23
Institute of Jazz Studies
NJPAC and Rutgers University partner for all-female jazz residency (featured), June 23
Prof. Rachel Hadas
Back Roads Readings Presents the 2016 Summer Poetry Series in Brownington (featured)
VT Digger, June 23
Asst. Prof. Rudolf Leuschner
The Rise of FinTech in Supply Chains (op-ed)
Harvard Business Review, June 22
Provost Jerome Williams
Report: Black Women More Likely to Get Unfavorable Loans (interviewed)
NJTV News, June 21
Adjunct Prof. Michael Dillard
Barringer Academy of STEAM graduation 2016 (featured)
NJ Advance Media, June 21
Prof. John Cohen
Experts say behavior, not race or religion, should be focus of profiling efforts (quoted)
June 20
Experts say surveillance of Muslims breeds mistrust, wastes resources (quoted)
The Record, June 14
Prof. Alex Hinton
Did the Khmer Rouge regime commit genocide? (quoted)
Southeast Asia Globe, June 20
Assoc. Prof. Kristina Durante
Millennial Women Will Close The Gender Pay Gap—And Marketers Are Taking Note (quoted)
Fast Company, June 20
Asst. Prof. Timothy Stewart-Winter and Assoc. Prof. Whitney Strub, co-directors of the Queer Newark Oral History Project
How N.J.'s LGBT-friendly clubs have long strived for safety (op-ed)
Star-Ledger, June 20
University Professor John Farmer Jr.
Donald Trump's escalating war on Muslims (quoted)
Star-Ledger, June 19
Professor Emerita Olga Jiménez de Wagenheim
Celebrate Puerto Rican heroines of history with a book signing at Newark Public Library (featured)
Brick City Live, June 17
Assoc. Prof. Elizabeth Griffiths
Drug-Free School Zones Could Contribute to NJ Prison System Racial Inequality (quoted)
NJTV News, June 17
Asst. Prof. Marc Kalan
Brick's Jersey Paddler closes after 50 years (quoted)
Asbury Park Press, June 17
Rutgers University-Newark
School officials: Enrollment up at Rutgers campuses in Newark, Camden (mentioned)
The Record, June 15
Assoc. Prof. Kevin Lyons
Newark: Economic Assets and Prospects for Growth, Along with Problems (quoted)
NJ Spotlight, June 13
RVCC president goes to White House (featured), June 10


After Lunch Webinar Series: Biz Sales Thurs., July 7, 2:00pm - 3:30pm

Felix Hernandez’s Rhythm Revue Dance Party Thurs., July 7, 5:00pm - 9:00pm

Annual Rutgers–Newark Alumni Golf Outing Fri., July 8, 7:30am - 3:00pm
Smart Business Plan Workshop Fri., July 8, 9:00am - 2:00pm
First Step to Entrepreneurship Q&A Wed., July 13, 10:00am - 12:00pm
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