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Global Affairs Ph.D. Student, Melissa Jane Kronfeld, Wins First Place Monograph Contest

September 27, 2012: The Center for First Amendment Studies is pleased to announce the winners of the $35,000 Second Annual National Richard A. Clarke Graduate Student Monograph Contest in commemoration of the 9/11 attacks. Graduate students from all across the country participated in the contest by submitting monographs that answered the following [...]

Division of Global Affairs Moves to Historic Conklin Hall

In August 2012 the Division of Global Affairs offices were moved to the second floor of the historic Conklin Hall, site of the 1969 protests that forever changed the face of Rutgers-Newark. Prior to 1969, 95% of the Rutgers-Newark student body was comprised of white students, with the city of Newark being primarily an African American community. [...]

Division of Global Affairs Student Alejandro Giménez Santana Selected for Summer Internship with The Fund for Peace

August 22, 2012: Division of Global Affairs M.S. Student Alejandro Giménez Santana has been selected for a summer internship with The Fund for Peace in Washington, D.C. Alex’s focus is on economic development, globalization and conflict studies. He plans to complete a thesis on the paradigm of the global economic system and its further [...]

Simon Reich Interviewed by EBRU News

July 17, 2012: DGA Professor Simon Reich was interviewed by EBRU News on his opinion of whether or not the Arab Spring will lead to an Arab Democracy. See his video interview below: http://news.ebru.tv/en/video/mideast-elections-bringing-democracy

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