Naveen Dhaliwal ’04 landed her dream job with Eyewitness News WABC-TV Ch. 7 in New York. Seventeen months later, Naveen covered a massive blackout that affected 72,000 residents of Manhattan. For her work, she received a NY Emmy® Award.
Written by SC&I part-time faculty and alumni Ralph Gigliotti and Christine Goldthwaite, this new book is a resource for leaders and aspiring leaders at all levels working in an academic health context who desire to create change, navigate crisis, and pursue organizational excellence.
A new book by Associate Professor of Practice Marc Aronson explores the year 1789, a pivotal year in an era of enslavement, and conflict over human rights, that rippled throughout Europe, the Americas, and the Caribbean, and offers many insights into many of the global conflicts we still grapple with today.
Chayko’s promotion, likely the first of its kind at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, recognizes her outstanding teaching, innovations in course delivery and new media use, and national and international impact.
SC&I alumna Stacy Brody MI ‘18 named a Library Journal Librarian of the Year for her volunteer work with the Librarian Reserve Corps, a World Health Organization/Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network partner, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The JMS alumna draws from her journalism background and family’s indigenous traditions to help women of color reclaim ancestral wisdom, connect with nature, and more. “There’s a reason why you want to be in media; the world needs your voice."
In a paper addressing the challenges of teaching about secrecy, Associate Professor Jack Bratich explores the importance of secrecy literacy and how teachers can provide students with the foundational skills they need to better manage secrecy in their professional and everyday lives.