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November 7, 2016

2016 Business Plan Competition Winners Ready to Launch Their First Product Oct. 31
Raider Profile: Marthalyn Johnson of Women's Tennis Oct. 31
Rutgers Law Students Offer Pro Bono Help to Voters on Election Day Oct. 28
RU-N Hosts First Chancellor's Conference on the New Professoriate Oct. 27
RU-N Biology Alum Will Kuhn Awarded Prestigious NSF Fellowship Oct. 27
New Director Leads RU-N Honors College Oct. 24
19-year-old RU-N Student Vies for Jersey City School Board Seat Oct. 24
Rutgers University-Newark and City of Newark Launch Community Writing Center Oct. 20
Mayor Baraka Spotlighted Newark City of Learning Collaborative at Mayors' Institute in Louisville, Kentucky Oct. 19
Law Students Hear from New Jersey Redevelopment Expert Oct. 19
RU-N Alumnus Paints Mural to Celebrate Love Oct. 19
Men’s Soccer Jumps into National Rankings Oct. 18
Graduate Students Spend a Day with Warren Buffett in Omaha Oct. 18
Discussion on Transgender Bathroom Law Hosted at Rutgers Law School Oct. 17
Rutgers SPAA Global E-Governance Survey Highlights Innovative Practices Oct. 11
Peter Rodino: Alumnus Championed the Constitution Oct. 10

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NEWS ABOUT RU-N (Selected)

Prof. Stuart Green
Bridgegate trial: What's next for Chris Christie? (quoted)
CNN, Nov. 4
Despite guilty verdicts, 'Bridgegate' charges vs New Jersey governor seen unlikely (quoted)
KFGO, Nov. 4
Bridgegate trial gets heated over jury’s questions about convictions (quoted)
PIX 11, Nov. 1
Christie Now Faces Official Misconduct Complaint Over Bridgegate (quoted)
Talking Points Memo, Oct. 13
Chancellor Nancy Cantor
On the Election—IV (work referenced)
New York Review of Books, Nov. 10 issue
New center aims to help high school dropouts get diplomas, jobs (quoted)
NJ Advance Media, Nov. 3
Rutgers Law School
Efforts to Prevent Voter Fraud, Intimidation on Election Day (featured)
NJTV News, Nov. 1
Prof. Simon Reich
What will the US presidential election mean for Europe? (op-ed)
London School of Economics and Political Science, Nov. 1
Assoc. Prof. Phyllis Siegel
Best Business Books 2016: Management (work cited)
strategy+business, Oct. 31
Provost Jerome Williams
Can Facebook prevent racial discrimination in targeted advertising? (quoted)
Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 29
School of Criminal Justice
Personal Safety Kicks Up Several Notches With This Brilliant But Simple Invention (work cited)
Huffington Post, Oct. 28
Assoc. Prof. Ajai Gaur
Four Fallacies About Trade And Globalization – Analysis (op-ed)
Eurasia Review, Oct. 28
Rutgers University-Newark
New biweekly Rutgers-Newark Community Writing Center will launch on November 5th (featured)
Brick City Live, Oct. 26
Newark Students Participate In 2016 Latino Youth Leadership Conference (mentioned)
Newark Patch, Oct. 26
Rutgers University-Newark and Newark Launch Community Writing Center (featured)
New Jersey State, Oct. 25
Raritan college group joins effort to get students to finish school (mentioned), Oct. 18
DK Summer Institute Focuses on Knowledge Production to Create More 'Just Academy' (faculty featured)
Oct. 18
Increase in International Students Puts Global Face on Rutgers (mentioned)
Tap into New Brunswick, Oct. 6
Former Student Philip Roth
Read like Philip Roth: Famed author's books coming to Newark Library (featured)
NJ Advance Media, Oct. 26
A Scene Right Out of Philip Roth: His Books Come Home to Newark’s Library (featured)
New York Times, Oct. 25
Prof. Rigoberto Gonzalez
Latino Literary Lens: Our Talk with Poet, Publisher Carmen Giménez Smith (interviews poet)
NBC News, Oct. 24
School of Public Affairs and Administration
Seoul Ranks 1st in Int’l E-governance Study (work cited)
KBS World Radio, Oct. 20
Assoc. Prof. Kevin Lyons
Newark company creates novel device to cut tailpipe emissions and eliminate testing lines (quoted)
Phys Org, Oct. 20
Prof. John Cohen
Feds drop controversial anti-terror program (quoted)
Asbury Park Press, Oct. 19
Donald Trump's Debate Talk Contradicts Growing Body of Evidence Tying Russia to Recent Hacks (quoted)
ABC News, Oct. 11
Clinical Prof. Laura Cohen
9 in 10 Juveniles Tried As Adults in New Jersey Were Black or Hispanic (quoted)
Care 2, Oct. 17
Prosecutors Request More Black Teens Be Tried As Adults Than Any Other Group (work cited)
Mint Press News, Oct. 13
Prof. Todd Clear
Judge tosses Sandy Hook lawsuit against gun maker (interviewed)
PBS News Hour, Oct. 13
Asst. Prof. Alexis Karteron
Allow New Jersey Residents to Register to Vote on Election Day (op-ed)
Newark Inc., Oct. 14
Prof. Whitney Strub
In Hispanic Heritage Month, Let’s Remember Gay Rights Pioneer Tony Segura (op-ed)
Slate, Oct. 10
Alumnus Peter Rodino
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
Asst. Prof. Vanessa LoBue
Should We Let Them Eat Dirt? (op-ed)
Psychology Today, Oct. 5
Assoc. Prof. Tayari Jones
Gloria Naylor, 'The Women Of Brewster Place' Author, Dies At 66 (interviewed)
WNYC, Oct. 4


18th Annual Graduate / Professional / Law School Fair, Wednesday, November 9, 2016 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
2017-18 FAFSA Workshop, Wednesday, November 9, 2016 - 2:30pm to 3:50pm
Lewis Porter-Phil Scarff Quartet plays Jazz and Indian Ragas, Wednesday, November 16, 2016 - 2:30pm to 4:00pm
Artist Talk with Sable Elyse Smith, Monday, November 21, 2016 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
2017-18 FAFSA Workshop, Wednesday, November 23, 2016 - 2:30pm to 3:50pm

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