Tues., March 7
Pacific Standard writes about public crime registries, quoting Amanda Agan (SAS).
Gizmodo quotes Shawn Arent (SAS) in an article about jumpstarting your metabolism.
The Wall Street Journal interviews Shannon Ayers (NIEER) about research that shows New Jersey schoolchildren get few choices on how to spend their time in class.
John Cohen (SAS) appears on NPR to discuss the travel ban.
Gannett New Jersey reports that Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital is now offering the Leskell Gamma Knife Icon, the most precise stereotactic radiosurgery system, quoting Shabbar Danish (CINJ).
The Philadelphia Inquirer interviews Karen Edelblum (NJMS) about living with Crohn’s disease while also researching it.
Gannett New Jersey publishes verbatim a Rutgers Today Q&A with Petros Levounis (NJMS) about the latest in treatment delivery methods for opioid addiction.
The Daily Mail covers Rutgers research on smartphone users’ feelings about being interrupted, quoting Janne Lindqvist (ENG).
Gizmodo also writes about the Rutgers research, quoting Janne Lindqvist (ENG).
NJ Biz writes about Rutgers University’s Black and Latino Tech Initiative, quoting Lyneir Richardson (RBS).
Gannett New Jersey talks with Sue Schurman (SMLR) and Charles Heckscher (SMLR) about preparing workers for the 21st Century.
Wed., March 8
Inside Higher Ed runs a piece from Gwendolyn Beetham (Douglass) about how to participate in A Day Without a Woman.
The Wall Street Journal reports on elevated levels of lead in drinking water in some New York City schools, quoting Diane Calello (NJMS).
NJTV interviews Joel Cantor (Bloustein) for a story about the Republican proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act.
WNYC also interviews Joel Cantor (Bloustein) about the effect of the healthcare proposal in New Jersey.
Bloomberg quotes Janice Fine (SMLR) about women’s role in reviving the general strike in America.
NJ101.5 quotes Carol Kaufman-Scarborough (Business, Camden) in a story about a string of retail stores closing in New Jersey.
Consumer Affairs covers Rutgers research on smartphone users’ feelings about being interrupted, quoting Janne Lindqvist (ENG).
Mary Catherine Lundquist (UBHC) discusses how to care for a person with memory loss on Comcast Newsmakers.
The Star-Ledger quotes Jean Sinzdak (CAWP) in a county-by-county look at how many women hold political office in New Jersey.
The Star-Ledger writes that Rutgers University-Newark is offering a free class for faculty members and doctoral students to improve their teaching skills, quoting Bonnie Veysey (SCJ) and Christina Zambrano-Varghese (FASN).
Thurs., Mar. 9
Inside Higher Ed writes about Rutgers’ synchronous classrooms, quoting Sara Campbell (SAS) and Paul Hammond (Associate Vice Chancellor).
NJ Biz lists the most powerful women in business in New Jersey from its NJBIZ Power 100 list, including Rutgers University-Newark Chancellor Nancy Cantor.
Vanity Fair writes about the A Day Without a Woman demonstrations, quoting Janice Fine (SMLR).
The Philadelphia Inquirer writes about the unseasonably warm weather and its effect on local agriculture, quoting Hemant Gohil (NJAES).
The Asbury Park Press writes about this week’s weather forecast, quoting David Robinson (SAS/SEBS).
The New York Times reports on research from Patricia Roos (SAS) showing disadvantaged men are moving into jobs traditionally held by women.
NPR writes about the myth that a mixed-race future will eliminate racism, citing research by Diana Sanchez (SAS).
The Star-Ledger publishes an Op-Ed by Debbie Walsh (CAWP) about the increase in women running for office in New Jersey.
Fri., March 10
Gannett New Jersey writes about the New Jersey Healthcare Talent Development Center at SMLR and how it is helping prepare NJ workers for future jobs, quoting Padma Arvind (SMLR).
NJ 101.5 writes about building brand loyalty through apps, quoting Sandy Becker (RBS).
NJ Spotlight reports on debate over healthcare reform at a gathering of health policy leaders, quoting event organizer Joel Cantor (Bloustein).
The New York Times runs an Associated Press story on old coffins discovered by Philadelphia construction crews that will be taken to a forensic-osteology lab at Rutgers University-Camden, quoting Kimberlee Moran (FASC).
The Philadelphia Inquirer also writes about the discovery of as many as 300 gravesites, mentioning involvement by Rutgers University-Camden, quoting Kimberlee Moran (FASC)..
The Jersey Tomato Press reports on Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care newly opened psychosis outpatient clinic, quoting Steve Silverstein (UBHC).
USA Today writes about CAWP’s Ready to Run program for women interested in seeking political office, quoting Debbie Walsh (Eagleton).
Mon., March 13
The Philadelphia Inquirer writes about Gov. Christie’s proposal to cut the EOF program, quoting Marsha Besong (Rutgers-Camden EOF director) and a Rutgers-Camden EOF student.
Fortune quotes Terri Boyer (SMLR) about employee perks that help employers retain employees.
The Courier-Post covers a Rutgers University-Camden forum on facts and fake news, mentioning panelists James Brown (FASC), Tim Knievel (FASC), Katie Anderson (Paul Robeson Library), and Jean-Louis Hippolyte (FASC).
NPR airs Ruth Chang’s (SAS) TED Talk on making hard choices on TED Radio Hour.
Science Daily reports on a Rutgers study that finds patients are more likely to get flu shots if their doctors make the appointments, quoting Gretchen Chapman (SAS).
The Christian Science Monitor interviews Janice Fine (SMLR) on replicating Florida tomato pickers' organized efforts to win higher pay.
The New York Times writes about Rutgers athletic department finances and personnel changes, quoting Mark Killingsworth (SAS) and David Hughes (SAS) and mentioning Patrick Hobbs (Athletics).
The Star-Ledger writes about a SMLR dining etiquette program for student job seekers, quoting Ildi Koczan (SMLR).
Technology.org picks up Rutgers Today story on Janne Lindqvist’s (Engineering) development of a new way to manage smartphone notifications.
NJ Biz reports on a collaboration between Rutgers and Somerset County Business Partnership, quoting Christopher Molloy (ORED).
The Star-Ledger writes about the hands-on experience for Rutgers University-Camden students and staff as they examine a burial site discovered by construction crews, quoting Kimberlee Moran (FASC).
CBS Philadelphia also reports on Rutgers-Camden archaeology crews and the unearthed burial site, quoting Kimberlee Moran.
The Asbury Park Press writes about a storm predicted to hit the shore, quoting David Robinson (SAS/SEBS).
USA Today picks up the Asbury Park Press weather story, quoting David Robinson (SAS/SEBS).
CNBC airs a jobs report segment featuring William Rodgers (Bloustein).
Elle reports on research from Patricia Roos (SAS) finding disadvantaged men are moving into jobs traditionally held by women.
The Seattle Times also quotes Patricia Roos (SAS) on her study with doctoral student Lindsay M. Stevens on how more men are taking lower-status jobs traditionally held by women.
New Brunswick Patch reports on Rutgers’ new psychosis intervention clinic for young adults, quoting Steve Silverstein (UBHC).