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April 6, 2016

RU-N Partnership Seeks to Study, Model Virtual Health Care Delivery in New Jersey April 6

Rutgers Names Alexander E. Gates Distinguished Service Professor April 6

Rutgers Graduate Student at Helm of Oasis for Merchant Mariners April 6
Working Toward Digestive Health by Probing an Unusual Cell in the Gut April 4
Prof. Frank Askin to be Honored by Rutgers Law School
March 30
Health Care Symposium Will Examine the Prospects for Biopharmaceutical Industry's New Focus: Biosimilars March 30
Harvey Rishikof to Speak About Cyber Security as the Paul Miller Distinguished Lecturer March 30
Baseball 'Laces Up' in Fight Against Pediatric Cancer March 25
McDaniel Named First-Team NABC All-American March 25
National Report Highlights RU-N's Innovative Programs That Further Success of Pell-eligible Students March 24
Professor Jack Lynch Pens Playful History of Reference Works March 22
Rutgers University-Newark, Leadership Newark Partner to Cultivate Emerging Leaders March 21

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NEWS ABOUT RU-N (Selected)

Newark City of Learning Collaborative
Pillar College receives 'Excellence and Leadership' award (featured), April 6
Co-Dean Ronald Chen
Law School Co-Deans: 'Like a Marriage' (quoted)
Inside Higher Ed, April 6
Prof. Alexander Hinton
Coming Face to Face With Nuon Chea at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal (interviewed)
Voice of America, April 6
Leadership in homeland touches a nerve in Cambodian-Americans (quoted)
Lowell Sun, April 3
Former Top Khmer Rouge Leader Accuses U.S. of Genocide (quoted)
Latin American Herald Tribune, March 18
Chea denies animus claims in tribunal speech (featured)
Phnom Penh Post, March 18
Researcher, Lawyer Spar Over Genocide (featured)
Cambodia Daily, March 17
Parties clash over KRT expert’s views (featured)
Phnom Penh Post, March 17
Expert testimony on Khmer Rouge ideology continues (featured)
Phnom Penh Post, March 16
Pol Pot Speech Signaled ‘Successful Genocide’ (featured)
Cambodia Daily, March 16
KRT hears of Phnom Kraol security centre (mentioned)
Phnom Penh Post, March 11
Survivor Defends Inconsistent Testimony About KR Prison (mentioned)
Cambodia Daily, March 8
Rutgers University–Newark
Habitat for Humanity Newark to Hold its First-Ever College Fair (mentioned)
Local Talk News, April 5
April is Minority Health Month Throughout New Jersey (mentioned)
Cape May County Herald, April 2
Racial gap in college grad rates grows nationwide (featured)
The Inquirer, March 29
ED Secretary: U.S. Higher Ed Becoming ‘Caste System’ (Chancellor Nancy Cantor, Senior Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs and Chief of Staff Peter Englot quoted)
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, March 24
Why Rutgers' African American grad rate is drawing attention (featured)
NJ Advance Media, March 24
Rutgers-Newark offering free tuition, housing to select students (featured)
Black Insurance News, March 24
Prof. Alexander Motyl
Is Ukraine's Economic Potential Its Destiny? (op-ed)
World Affairs, April 5
The Best Way to Stop Putin Is a Well-Armed Ukraine (op-ed)
Newsweek, April 2
Ukrainian identity after the EuroMaidan (op-ed)
Kyiv Post, March 30
Sick of the Ukraine crisis? Then arm Ukraine (op-ed)
Kyiv Post, March 30
Time for Ukraine to Take the Initiative (op-ed)
World Affairs, March 23
Putin’s Syria Gambit (op-ed)
World Affairs, March 18
Asst. Prof. Jessica Ware
Dragonfly can fly 7,081 km without stopping, can – Lewisville Tech Time (research featured)
Albany Daily Star, April 5
Prof. John Cohen
Clinton case shines light on danger to national secrets (quoted)
The Hill, April 4
Brothers Like the Brussels Bombers Common Among Terrorists (quoted)
ABC News, March 24
Brussels attacks renew airport-security debate, as U.S. warns about travel to Europe (quoted)
Seattle Times, March 24
Brussels attacks: As siblings again unite to unleash terror, experts ask what drives them (quoted)
Inside the FBI’s Secret Muslim Network (quoted)
Politico Magazine, March 24
Times of India, March 24
Brothers who work together in the name of terror. Why so many? (quoted)
Los Angeles Times, March 23
After Brussels Attacks, US Airports on Edge (interviewed)
ABC News, March 23
Terror 'Puzzle': Police Desperate to Uncover Paris Attacks Network (quoted)
KMBZ, March 21
Secret Service, FBI Investigating Letter With White Powder Sent to Donald Trump's Son (quoted)
ABC News, March 18
Experts: IS expanding its global reach through social media (quoted)
Telegram, March 18
Donald Trump's Son Eric Got A Seriously Scary Letter From An Anonymous Sender (quoted)
Bustle, March 18
Experts: ISIS expanding its global reach through social media (quoted)
WWMT, March 18
Prof. George Thomas
Feds seek anonymous jury, more security in death penalty trial (quoted)
NJ Advance Media, April 4
Prof. Gary Francione
Will SeaWorld’s killer whale shows continue? – Grand Prairie Tech Time (quoted)
Albany Daily Star, April 4
Prof. Jack Lynch
Refer Madness (book reviewed)
Fortnightly Review, April 4
Prof. Rigoberto Gonzalez
Reyna Grande's Acclaimed Memoir Is A Lens On Immigrant Youth (book review)
NBC News, April 1
Assistant Prof. Arturo Osorio
Home delivery service becomes big business (quoted)
April 1
Express Newark
Gallery Aferro’s roving portrait studio will meet Newarkers where they are (mentioned)
Brick City Live, March 31
Hahne’s building wins a ‘Smart Growth Award’ for quality planning (featured)
Brick City Live, March 23
Asst. Prof. Vanessa LoBue
For Young Children, Concepts of Gender Are Quite Flexible (op-ed)
Slate, March 30
When do children develop their gender identity? (op-ed)
SBS, March 30
Junius Williams, director of the Abbott Leadership Institute
Grammy winners to headline weekend festival celebrating Newark's 350th birthday (quoted)
NJ Advance Media, March 30
Baraka to hold forum on Newark water crisis, education issues (mentioned)
NJ Advance Media, March 24
Dean Shadd Maruna
A/perture Cinema in action (quoted)
Yes! Weekly, March 30
Prof. Anthony Braga
People Speaking Out Against Gun Violence Keep Getting Shot (work cited)
The Trace, March 30
Prof. Rigoberto Gonzalez
10 authors named L.A. Times Critics at Large, will contribute to Books section (featured)
Los Angeles Times, March 30
Associate Dean Joseph Schaffer
What’s Trending in Executive Education? (interviewed)
Chief Learning Officer, March 29
Vice Chancellor for External and Governmental Relations Marcia Brown
Time is of the essence, says advocate from Newark (quoted)
Star-Ledger, March 29
Kevin Riordan, a director at the Center for Real Estate
The Data Analytics Talent Gap In Real Estate Is Stoking Demand For MBAs (quoted)
Business Because, March 29
MBA Programs In Real Estate Are Booming, As Jobs In The Property Sector Surge (quoted)
Business Because, March 21
Tad Hershorn, Institute of Jazz Studies archivist
Frank Sinatra: Original Jersey Boy (quoted)
Asbury Park Press, March 27
New Jersey Small Business Development Centers
Small Business Develop Centers save, create 16,000 jobs (Brenda Hopper and Deborah Smarth quoted), March 25
Retired Prof. Donald McCabe
Why students cheat: Many Diamond Bar High students see it as a way to deal with rigor of classes (quoted)
Los Angeles Times, March 25
Prof Ko-Lin Chin
Book Details Coming Struggle to Kick Burma’s Drug Habit (work reviewed)
The Irrawaddy, March 24
Thomas O’Reilly, director of The Police Institute
NJ Police Chief Allegedly Authored Email In Defense Of Racial Profiling (quoted)
Gothamist, March 23
Prof. Jayne Anne Phillips
A little bit of hope (mentioned)
Register-Herald, March 23
Prof. Lewis Porter
Metallica, Billy Joel, John Coltrane, Merle Haggard Among National Recording Registry Selections (mentioned)
Variety, March 23
Prof. Simon Reich
President Trump’s foreign policy dystopia (op-ed)
Rock River Times, March 23
Abbott Leadership Institute
Newark students want answers about lead in schools' water (mentioned)
Star-Ledger, March 22
Dan Morgenstern, director emeritus of the Institute of Jazz Studies
Jazz legend Sarah Vaughan gets commemorative stamp March 29 (quoted)
The Record, March 22
Morris Davis, academic director of the Center for Real Estate
The Big Data Craze Is Building In Real Estate — And MBA Programs Are Driving The Trend (quoted)
Business Because, March 21
Roland Anglin, director of the Joseph C. Cornwall Center for Metropolitan Studies
Newark, N.J., Looks to Downtown Project for Financial Boost (quoted)
Bond Buyer, March 18
Prof. Stuart Green
Legal experts doubt FIFA will get seized money back (quoted)
USA Today, March 17


After Lunch Webinar Series: Micro Loans Thurs., April 7, 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Charity Hockey Game: NJMS vs RSDM  Fri., April 8,  7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Research Week 2016 Mon., April 11 – Thurs., April 14
Kabuki Live Music and Dance-Drama; Lecture and Performance Mon., April 11, 2:30pm to 3:50pm
Reception & Artist Talk for "The Ade Series: Ade Bunmi Gbadebo" Tues., April 12, 6:00 p.m. -  8:00 p.m.
Dedication of Frank and Marilyn Askin Clinical Wing Wed., April 13, 5:15 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
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