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Elizabeth Grilley
· February 2, 2017
The fact that you have a teaching assistance (Erik Ludwig) who makes classless post concerning a dead US solider and President Trump. Erik Ludwig's attacks on C...hristians is enough to let us know that young people of faith would not be best served attending Rutgers. Seems to me that Rutgers teaching assistant Erik Ludwig does not know the Christian or military background associated with Rutgers. See More
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There's still time to get your ice cream fix! Come on down to the SC&I plaza (in front of Alexander Library) for cake and ice cream. Professor John Pavlik captured the action at the ice cream social with the school's new drone.
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Congrats to our 2016 grad Victoria Mazzella, who received a certificate of recognition from SC&I’s Department of Journalism and Media Studies for her honors thesis titled “Exploring the Shift Towards a Microcelebrity Economy” which examines how microcelebrities are taking the forefront in brand endorsements. Watch the video to learn more! http://bit.ly/2cOy6ok
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See you at SC&I soon! We missed all our students!
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Tomorrow, 2/27, delve deep into the philosophies of Reagan's presidency & how it affected civil rights: http://bit.ly/2ksThAq

This event is part of Rutgers University's America Converges Here project - a coming together of people, ideas, and sense of place at the University. For more information on the project, visit http://newbrunswick.rutgers.edu/camp…/america-converges-here

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The 2nd annual SC&I Career Expo is one month away! Check out the list of companies attending so far to prepare! Want your company at the event? Let us know! Details here http://bit.ly/2dPQ6SN

Newsletter #6 Getting Ready for the EXPO Feb 22, 2017 | Newsletter The SC&I WIDE CAREER EXPO is on March 20th from 6 -9 pm in the College Ave...
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JMS Prof David Greenberg talks to Rutgers Today about the history of spin & its use in the Trump administration. Greenberg explains “We don’t expect politicians to present the facts in a neutral, disinterested manner. We expect them to make their case for a particular position.” Read the entire interview here http://bit.ly/2kQ95P3

Yes. Spin is the art of putting your best slant on the facts to advance an argument. That’s what politics has always been about since the days of...
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Jennifer Hunter, 2014 MLIS graduate, is the recipient of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Innovation in College Librarianship Award! Read more about the annual award http://bit.ly/2lqo690

CHICAGO – Jennifer Hunter and Christina Riehman-Murphy, reference and instruction librarians at Penn State-Abington, have been named the 2017...
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Communication & Human Resource Management double major Jason Gaines is featured in this month’s installment of America Converges Here: Convergence of People! Watch the video to learn about his experiences with the Rutgers Future Scholars program http://bit.ly/2lkCXlF

America's future can be seen today at Rutgers University–New Brunswick, where over 50,000 students and 4,000 faculty represent more than 100...
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Journalism and Media Studies Professor David Greenberg talks to the New York Times about why people are attached to presidential rankings. Greenberg explains that the ranking doesn’t “lend itself easily to quantification but we still play along.” Read the article http://nyti.ms/2kMzNZ7

Forget C-Span’s recent rankings. How do our chief executives stack up according to facial hair, taste in alcohol and knife-fighting skills?
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SC&I’s Master of Information (MI) program is ranked 6th nationwide and offers 5 concentrations and a GRE waiver to qualified applicants! Interested? Come to our MI On Campus Information session on 3/9 and take the first step towards a career in information! bit.ly/1gjhgK2

Learn about design & prototyping in Indigo Studio - no prior experience necessary! 3/1 in the Academic Building: http://bit.ly/2lDr9LR

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Contemporary politics is technology-intensive & has surprising effects on public engagement. Learn more on 3/6: http://bit.ly/2kkg8hp

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Journalism and Media Studies Professor Mary D’Ambrosio adds a “Covering Trump’s America” unit to her “Writing about Social Issues” class. D’Ambrosio explains to Rutgers Today that the class teaches journalism students “how to tell the stories of people rather than officials.” Read the entire article: http://bit.ly/2lzszXz

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Congrats to the winner of our Valentine's Day contest, senior JMS student Brittany! Enjoy your SC&I prizes!

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Happy President’s Day! #RUSCI Professor David Greenberg appeared today on The Brian Lehrer Show on NPR. To listen, click here: http://bit.ly/2l0x4qR

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SC&I Assistant Professor Khadijah White explains how minority comedians can use their identity “to point out power dynamics and inequalities.” Read about the New Jersey comedy scene and the role of minorities in this article http://bit.ly/2m4kUOF

On any given night at the Stress Factory in New Brunswick, you might encounter a future household name.
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