Tues., Jan. 10
South Jersey Local News writes about Rutgers Environmental Steward Training Program, quoting Michele Bakacs (NJAES).
Bloomberg quotes Ross Baker (SAS) in an article about Mike Pence’s role as a dealmaker in the new administration.
Roll Call also quotes Ross Baker (SAS) in a story about political arguments over fairness in tax policy.
The Christian Science Monitor quotes Mary Rizzo (Newark College of Arts & Sciences) in a story about changing gender fashion norms at big Hollywood award shows.
The Asbury Park Press quotes Jean Sinzdak (CAWP) in a story about Monmouth leading counties electing female freeholders.
Wed., Jan. 11
The Record’s Herb Jackson quotes Ross Baker (SAS) in a story about Cory Booker’s opposition to Jeff Sessions’ selection as attorney general.
Inside Higher Ed quotes Gwendolyn Beetham (SAS) in a piece about plans for the new year.
The Inquirer quotes Joel Cantor (Bloustein) in a piece about Gov. Christie’s plans to address drug addiction.
The Inquirer quotes Michael Carrier (Law) in a story about furor growing over pharmaceutical prices.
Brittney Cooper (SAS) is interviewed on WNYC to discuss The Crunk Feminist Collective, a collection of essays of which she is an editor.
NJ Spotlight includes Keith Cooper (SEBS) in a report about toxic chemicals in drinking water.
U.S. News and World Report cites David Greenberg (SCI) in an article about Obama’s farewell address and his decisions regarding Syria.
The Star-Ledger quotes James Hughes (Bloustein) in an article examining the decline in the number of marriages in New Jersey.
The Guardian quotes Jessica Methot (SMLR) in an article about workplace friendships.
The New Yorker includes Jawid Mojaddedi (SAS) in a story about the erasure of Islam from the work of Jalaluddin Rumi, a thirteenth-century Persian poet.
Science Daily covers research by Rutgers scientists on a protein in the brain that enhances memory, quoting Gleb Shumyatsky (SAS).
Univision quotes Mike Smart (Bloustein) in an article about the decline of use of public transportation by immigrants.
Thurs., Jan. 12
NJTV quotes Frank Greenagel (Center for Alcohol Studies) in coverage of the governor’s addiction treatment proposals.
NJ Biz quotes Lisa Laitman (CAPS) about recovery housing in an article about Gov. Christie’s focus on drug addiction during his State of the State address.
The Record quotes Louis Masur (SAS) in a story about Trump’s speech and his treatment of the press.
The New York Times quotes Pamela McElwee (SEBS) in the obituary of Vietnamese environmentalist Vo Quy.
NJ101.5 quotes Chester Spell (School of Business-Camden) in a story about saying no to charitable requests.
Fri., Jan. 13
The Inquirer ran a verbatim Rutgers Today Q&A with Robert Kopp (SAS) about the social costs of climate change.
The Jersey Tomato Press runs a verbatim Rutgers Today Q&A with Robert Kopp (SAS) about the social costs of climate change.
The Star-Ledger talks to David Robinson (SAS/SEBS) about the extraordinarily warm temperatures on Thursday.
Tues., Jan. 17
Forbes quotes Ross Baker (SAS) in an opinion piece about Tom Price’s nomination to lead the Department of Health and Human Services.
NJTV quotes Laura Cohen (Law-Newark) in an article about possible new guidelines when sentencing juveniles.
The Inquirer quotes John Farmer (Law-Newark) in an article about whether there will be a new investigation into the deaths of Cooper University Health System's CEO John P. Sheridan and his wife, Joyce.
The Chronicle of Higher Education focuses on the Rutgers Leadership Academy in a story about cultivating faculty into leaders, quoting Ingrid Fulmer (SMLR), Brent Ruben (SC&I), and Dunbar P. Birnie III (Engineering).
The Inquirer quotes Angus Gillespie (SAS) in an article about traffic to the Jersey shore caused by continued construction.
Gannett New Jersey quotes James Hughes (Bloustein) in an article examining how tariffs could hurt the Newark port.
The New York Times quotes Shauna Shames (Arts & Sciences-Camden) and Debbie Walsh (CAWP) in an article about gender issues in politics.
Ruth Stephenson (CINJ) writes in a piece for Gannett New Jersey about how cervical cancer can be prevented and detected.
Todd Wolfson (SC&I) writes an op-ed for The Inquirer about Democratic values in Philadelphia.
Tues., Jan. 3
Business Insider reports on the science of getting physically fit, quoting Shawn Arent (SAS).
The New York Times mentions Ruth Mandel (Eagleton) in a story about women who noticed Hillary Clinton’s potential years ago.
Gannett New Jersey writes about the work of Narayan Mandayam (Engineering) on smart cities.
Gannett New Jersey published verbatim a Rutgers Today story about a new course that teaches researchers how to communicate their achievements, quoting NJMS’ Nicholas Ponzio.
The New York Times quotes Malin Pinsky (SEBS) in a story about fish seeking cooler waters.
Gannett New Jersey explains how RWJMS’ David Sorrentino, Arun Kashyap, Sudipta Roychowdhury and Gaurav Gupta led a surgical team that saved an infant born with a typically fatal brain condition.
The Washington Post runs a column by Gayathri Subramanian (RSDM) about treating teeth as part of overall health.
The New York Times quotes Daniel Van Abs (SEBS) in a story about making private profits from public works.
Wed., Jan. 4
NJ Spotlight runs an op-ed from Steven Barnett (GSE) about the importance of Head Start.
NJ Biz quotes Carl Goldberg (RBS) in a roundup of real estate predictions for 2017.
Medpage Today reports on research led by Bernadette Hohl (SPH) indicating teens with a history of substance use have an increased risk of death by gun violence.
NJ Spotlight quotes James Hughes (Bloustein) in a piece about lagging job growth in 2016.
Newsworks quotes David Robinson (SAS/SEBS) in a story about New Jersey’s mild weather in 2016.
NJ101.5 talks with David Robinson (SAS/SEBS) about why 2016 was one of the warmest years on record in New Jersey.
The Chronicle of Higher Education runs an interview with Shauna Shames (RU-Camden, FASC) about why millennials don’t want to run for office.
The Record cites Daniel Van Abs (SEBS) in an article regarding water use during New Jersey’s ongoing drought.
Thurs., Jan. 5
Ross Baker (SAS) is quoted in a Wichita Eagle article about Democrats aiming to slow down the confirmation hearings for Trump’s cabinet nominees.
UPI quotes Jennifer Francis (SEBS) in an article about the return of a polar vortex.
Phoebe Haddon (Chancellor-Camden) writes an op-ed in the South Jersey Times about how the Bridging the Gap program benefits financially stressed students.
The Star-Ledger quotes James Hughes (Bloustein) in a piece about lagging job growth in 2016.
NPR quotes Terry Wilson (GSAPP) in a piece about how depressed people can find help in the absence of professional therapists.
Fri., Jan. 6
Charles Brown (SMLR) outlines New Year's resolutions for graduate students in The Star-Ledger.
The New York Times quotes Brittney Cooper (SAS) in a review of a book about Michelle Obama.
NJ101.5 quotes James Hughes (Bloustein) in a report predicting slow economic growth for New Jersey in 2017.
Buzzfeed quotes Sarah McMahon (SSW) in an article about President Obama’s final call on combating campus rape.
Newsweek runs a piece by Alexander Motyl (A&S-Newark) about whether Russia is planning an assault on Ukraine.
Bloomberg quotes Alan Robock (SEBS) in a column about nuclear weapons.
Roll Call quotes Shauna Shames (A&S-Camden) in an article about creating a PAC to elect Republican women to Congress.
Mon., Jan. 9
Gannett New Jersey writes about Rutgers’ Environmental Steward Training Program, quoting Michele Bakacs (NJAES).
The Seattle Times quotes Bruce Baker (GSE) in a story about educational inequality in Washington.
Kaiser Health News quotes Ross Baker (SAS) in a story about Trump’s new health secretary nominee.
The Star-Ledger writes about the Clement A. Price Chair in Public History and the Humanities at Rutgers University-Newark, quoting Nancy Cantor (Chancellor-Newark) and Belinda Edmondson (A&S-Newark).
The Big Ten Network writes about Rutgers turf grass, featuring Bruce Clarke (SEBS).
Gannett New Jersey quotes John Cohen (Criminal Justice) in a story about security at the George Washington Bridge.
Inside Higher Ed quotes David Greenberg (SCI) about what the Trump election means for America.
The Boston Globe quotes David Greenberg (SCI) in an article about leadership and the white working class.
NJBiz quotes Carol Kaufman-Scarborough (School of Business-Camden) in a story about schools creating alternatives to the traditional MBA program.
NJBiz writes about the work of Julie and Ken Kendall (School of Business-Camden) in bringing more minority business leaders into academia.
NJ Spotlight quotes Ashley Konig (Eagleton) on favorability ratings for Gov. Christie.
NJ101.5 quotes Steve Miller (SCI) in a story about fewer phone books being delivered to doorsteps.
NJBiz quotes adjunct Mukesh Patel in a story about a mini-MBA program aiming to bridge the gap between entrepreneurship and corporate life.
USA Today quotes Carl Van Horn (Heldrich) in an article explaining why it may be difficult to find a job after a period of unemployment.
Politico quotes Robert Williams (Law) in a story about a New Jersey affordable housing court case.
Tues., Dec. 20
ABC 6 quotes John Cohen (Criminal Justice) in a story about the Berlin attack raising fear of holiday terror threats in United States.
TapInto North Plainfield-Green Brook-Watchung quotes Richard Drachtman (Cancer Institute of New Jersey) in a story about the institute receiving a $50,000 infrastructure grant from the St. Baldrick's Foundation.
NJTV quotes Richard Drachtman (CINJ) in a story about the Hugs for Brady Foundation raising $1.65 million to help families battle and raise awareness about childhood cancer.
Mother Jones quotes Jennifer Francis (SEBS) in a story about whether global warming is playing a role in the return of the polar vortex.
The Guardian also quotes Francis in a story about soaring Arctic temperatures being “strongly linked” to recent extreme weather events.
Gannett New Jersey quotes Kim M. Hirshfield, Shridar Ganesan, and Sharad Goyal (CINJ) in a story on a genomic analysis study of a form of breast cancer.
The Record quotes Eugene Gentile (RBS) in a story about millennials looking to fix over-piercing and remove tattoos.
NJ101.5 talks with Stephen Kilianski (SAS) about why people try to find a mate this time of year.
Seattlepi.com quotes Robert Kubey (SCI) in a blog about eating while watching TV, a formula for weight problems.
The New Brunswick Patch publishes verbatim a Rutgers Today Q&A with Mary Catherine Lundquist (UBHC) on caregiving for people with memory loss during the holidays.
Gannett New Jersey publishes a piece by Marc Pfeiffer (Bloustein) analyzing some of the public policy implications of the controversial public notices bill in the N.J. Legislature.
Cape May County Herald quotes Pat Rector (NJAES) in a story about the Rutgers Environmental Stewards Program, which helps citizens make a difference in New Jersey.
The New York Times features a debate over the Trump infrastructure with commentary from William Rodgers (Bloustein/Heldrich Center for Workforce Development).
The Packet quotes Julia Sass Rubin (Bloustein) in a story about Princeton Public Schools opposition to Princeton Charter School’s request for expansion.
Wed., Dec. 21
The Christian Science Monitor quotes Atiya Aftab (SAS) in a story about a judge sparing a N.Y. man from a life sentence in an X-ray gun plot to kill Muslims.
The Globe and Mail quotes Melissa Aronczyk (SCI) in a story on the value of the “Made in Canada” brand.
The Chicago Tribune quotes Ross Baker (SAS) on Democratic Illinois Sen.-elect Tammy Duckworth being assigned to a committee that will vote on the appointment of Todd Ricketts as deputy secretary in the U.S. Commerce Department.
The Hill quotes Ross Baker (SAS) in a story about Democrats seizing on law enforcement conclusions that Russia interfered in the presidential election to press for a select committee investigation.
The Huffington Post Canada publishes a post co-authored by Kate Cairns (A&S-Camden) on rethinking the pressure of cooking family meals during the holidays.
The Wall Street Journal quotes John Cohen (Criminal Justice) in a story about complex terrorism threats that President-elect Donald Trump is set to inherit in the coming weeks.
WPMI NBC quotes John Cohen (Criminal Justice) in a story about Twitter cutting law enforcement access to the social media search tool over surveillance fears.
NJ Spotlight publishes an Op-Ed by Bloustein’s Richard F. Keevey and Annelisa Steeber about debt as a threat to national security.
TapInto Edison quotes William McLaury (RBS) in post about a new career major in global logistics planned by the Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools.
The Star-Ledger quotes Brian Neary (Law) in a story citing six things to know about criminal justice reform in Hudson County.
Nature quotes Alan Robock (SEBS) in a story about U.S. earth scientists planning for an uncertain future under Trump.
Thurs., Dec. 22
Jewish Community Voice quotes Joel Caplan (Criminal Justice) in a story about his data-driven crime-reduction model, which is expected to make Atlantic City a safer place.
NJ101.5 talks to Deborah Carr (SAS) about why family tensions run high at the holidays.
The Daily Beast quotes Michael Carrier (Law) in a story about how drug company executives gathered at golf courses and other nice places to conspire about raising prescription drug prices.
NJBIZ quotes Morris A. Davis (RBS) in a story about Kevin Riordan being appointed executive director of Rutgers’ Center for Real Estate.
The Cape May County Herald writes about alumna Barbara Gaba being named president of Atlantic Cape Community College.
The Christian Science Monitor quotes Jennifer Francis (SEBS) in a story about North Pole temperatures expected to reach 50 degrees above normal.
USA Today also quotes Francis in a similar story.
Gannett New Jersey publishes verbatim a Rutgers Today Q&A with Mary Catherine Lundquist (UBHC) on caregiving for people with memory loss during the holidays.
Gannett New Jersey posts a piece by Nicholas Polanin (NJAES) on giving the gift of stewardship.
NJ101.5 talks with Dave Robinson about the likelihood of a white Christmas.
WNYC quotes Daniel Van Abs (SEBS) in a piece about the state’s drinking water supply.
The New York Times quotes Debbie Walsh (Eagleton) in this column about women in top national political jobs finding few women’s restrooms.
Tues., Dec. 13
Pres. Barchi is quoted in this Star-Ledger opinion piece by Linda Stamato (Bloustein) about the professor “watch list.”
Sean Duffy (A&S-Camden) tells The Philadelphia Inquirer that coloring has a meditative effect and lowers blood pressure and heart rate.
The Guardian cites research by Jennifer Francis (SEBS) in a story about why Britain could face an exceptionally cold winter.
NJ101.5 writes about the grant that Rutgers received for research on chemical weapons attacks, quoting Jeffrey Laskin of the School of Public Health.
Charlotte Markey (A&S-Camden) tells Today.com why it's OK to indulge a little at Christmas.
The Star-Ledger writes about Elizabeth Torres’ (SAS) research on the “ignored” symptom of autism.
Neuroscience News also has a story about Torres’ findings.
Wed., Dec. 14
NJBIZ quotes Padma Arvind (Health Care Talent Network) in a story about the apprenticeship program for community health workers.
The Washington Post cites research by Jennifer Francis (SEBS) in a story about the warmest year on record in the Arctic.
The Washington Post quotes Francis in a story about climate myths guiding Trump’s EPA team.
The Star-Ledger quotes James Hughes (Bloustein) in a story about why blacks and whites are leaving Bergen County.
The Verge quotes Kimberly Mutcherson, vice dean of Rutgers Law School, in a story about who owns frozen embryos tied to a high-profile celebrity case.
The Star-Ledger quotes Manish Parashar (SAS/ Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute) in a story about plans to unveil Rutgers’ 'Caliburn,' the state’s most powerful supercomputer, on Thursday.
NJBIZ quotes doctoral candidate Maria Qadri regarding the growing power of women and millennials in STEM.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer quotes David Robinson (SEBS/SAS) on the chances of a white Christmas.
The Jersey Tomato Press ran a Rutgers Today story about an autism study led by Elizabeth Torres (SAS).
Gannett New Jersey quotes Paul Tractenberg (Law-emeritus) in a story about teacher tenure.
Thurs., Dec. 15
NPR reports on a National Institute for Early Education Research study that found wide disparities among Head Start programs across the nation, quoting Steven Barnett (GSE).
The Christian Science Monitor also covers the report and talks to Barnett.
The Press of Atlantic City quotes William Firestone (GSE) in a story on 2014-15 teacher evaluation data from the state Department of Education.
Gannett New Jersey quotes Michael Kennish (SEBS) and Gef Flimlin (NJAES) in a story about shellfish issues.
The Star-Ledger quotes Frank Greenagel (Center for Alcohol Studies) in a story about the high death rate linked to heroin and fentanyl in New Jersey.
The New York Times quotes Adil Haque (Law) in a story about the Pentagon’s revision of a 2015 manual for waging combat while obeying the international laws of war.
New Jersey Jewish News quotes Richard Lau (SAS) in a story about an NJ elector who despises the Electoral College.
Salt Lake City Weekly quotes Laura Luciano, interim director of the Office of Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance, in a story about bystander training aimed at preventing sexual assault.
Energy Voice quotes Reynold Panettieri (RBHS) in a story on a new fracking study and reactions to it.
Nicholas Polanin (NJAES) writes for Gannett New Jersey about wood-burning safety, reducing the impact of wood-burning and how to prevent pests from spreading in the state.
Medpage Today quotes Michael E. Shapiro (NJMS) in a story about high attrition rates in general surgery programs.
The Parent Herald, a parenting website, covers Elizabeth Torres’ (SAS) autism research.
The Press of Atlantic City quotes Rick VanVranken (NJAES) in a story about South Jersey greenhouses that keep agriculture business going through winter.
Fri., Dec. 16
Phoenix New Times quotes Steven Barnett (GSE/NIEER) in a story on the small fraction of Arizona children from low-income families who are enrolled in Head Start.
KASU also quotes Barnett in a story focusing on Head Start in Arkansas.
The New York Times quotes Michael A. Carrier (Law) in a story about 20 states accusing generic drug companies of price fixing.
USA Today has a story about price fixing quoting Carrier.
Philly.com has another story about the lawsuit with more information from Carrier.
The Record’s Mike Kelly quotes Ronald Chen (Rutgers Law School co-dean) in a column about whether Gov. Chris Christie should face criminal charges in the Bridgegate scandal.
USA Today quotes Richard Ebright (Waksman Institute) in a story about emergency trainees mistakenly exposed to deadly ricin in Alabama.
Popular Science quotes Lauren Feldman (SCI) in a story saying late-night comics could have a real impact on climate change denial.
The Guardian quotes Jennifer Francis (SEBS) in a story about the 20,000 Earth and climate scientists at the American Geophysical Union annual meeting and concerns about the incoming Trump administration.
TapInto Hillsborough publishes verbatim a Rutgers Today Q&A with Mary Catherine Lundquist (UBHC) with tips for Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers at the holidays.
TapInto Somerville quotes Christopher J. Molloy (Senior Vice President for Research and Economic Development) in a story about Richard Riman (Engineering) being elected a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.
Gannett New Jersey quotes Manish Parashar (SAS/Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute) in a story about the unveiling of Rutgers’ new supercomputer, Caliburn.
New Jersey 101.5 quotes David Robinson (SEBS/SAS) in a story about a dangerous cold spell and how to prepare for it.
The Hill posts a blog by Stuart Shapiro (Bloustein) on why the CIA report on Russia hacking cannot be ignored.
Time quotes Troy Shinbrot (Engineering) in a story on how to get rid of static cling.
The Star-Ledger quotes Carl Van Horn (Bloustein) in a story about more workers heading to retail and service work as New Jersey loses manufacturing jobs.
The New Republic quotes Debbie Walsh (Eagleton) in a story about whether Hillary Clinton’s loss will discourage a new generation of women from running for office.
The Christian Science Monitor quotes John Weingart (Eagleton) in a story about candidates for the DNC chair.
Mon., Dec. 19
The New York Times quotes Ross Baker (SAS) and Mohammad Ali Chaudry (lecturer) in a story on U.S. allegations that Bernards Township discriminated against Muslims by rejecting a mosque.
NJTV quotes Kristina Durante (RBS) in a story about retail therapy.
Gannett New Jersey quotes Jennifer Hunt (SAS) in a story about poverty rising sharply and median incomes falling in New Brunswick between 2010 and 2015.
PhillyVoice quotes J.C. Lore III (Law) in a story about a federal judge saying he will unseal all documents explaining why a holdout juror was dismissed in the Chaka Fattah political corruption case.
News-Medical.net publishes verbatim a Rutgers Today Q&A with Mary Catherine Lundquist (UBHC) on tips for Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers at the holidays.
TapInto Flemington/Raritan also publishes verbatim the Rutgers Today Q&A.
The Jersey Tomato Press also publishes verbatim the Rutgers Today Q&A.
HPC Wire quotes Senior Vice President Christopher Molloy and Manish Parashar (SAS/Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute) in a story about the unveiling of Caliburn, Rutgers’ new supercomputer.
Christian Science Monitor quotes Theodore Petti (RWJMS) in a story about a 12-year-old boy in Germany who tried to bomb a Christmas market.
The Press of Atlantic City quotes Marc Pfeiffer (Bloustein) in a story about the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority redefining its mission after losing redevelopment money.
NJTV News quotes Tom Prusa (SAS) in a story about the Federal Reserve’s decision to raise the key interest rate.
The News & Observer carries an Op-Ed by John Pucher (Bloustein-emeritus) on how to improve cycling safety in the Triangle area.
The Washington Post quotes Debbie Walsh (Eagleton) in a story saying that women and minorities could be missing from the Trump cabinet’s ‘big four’ jobs for the first time since 1993.