Institute for Dispute Resolution soars in Vienna as the NJCU student team competed against international law students recently and won an Award for Best Opening Statements.
Karen DeSoto moves to the NJCU business department after two years as a professor in the political science department at New Jersey City University.
Karen DeSoto honored by NAACP along with five others at the 95th annual Freedom Fund Banquet of the Jersey City Chapter of the NAACP on November 15, 2015.
Karen DeSoto is quoted in The Hudson Reporter in regard to an initiative undertaken by the Bayonne Fire Department.
Karen DeSoto traces philanthropy roots back to early America. Her belief that “philanthropy doesn’t have to be only the wealthy donating millions of dollars, but can also be regular citizens coming together to donate their time and energy for the advancement of the general good” is confirmed by the early settlers.
Karen Desoto is named to Top 50 Most Influential people in Hudson County. The Hudson Reporter complied a list of ‘movers and shakers’ with county-wide and local power; these were people chosen from the arts, business, community advocacy, and the politic arenas.
Karen Desoto is named Attorney of the Year at the 50th Annual Puerto Rican Heritage Festival and Parade was held on Saturday and Sunday, August 21, 2010 and August 22, 2010 at J. Owen Grundy Pier at Exchange Place. Karen Desoto is named Attorney of the Year, among field of other honors that include Teacher of the Year, Firefighter of the Year, and others.
Karen DeSoto posts that Lourdes Valdes, manager of Employment and Training Development at Jersey City Medical Center — a Barnabas Health facility –was selected to attend a “President’s Call to Action” Summit at the White House on April 24.
Karen DeSoto gets an ‘A’ as a professor. According to her students she gets a rating of 3.5 of 5 for helpfulness, 3.8 for clarity, and 4.3 for easiness. She also gets a “hotness'” rating of a hot chile pepper.
Karen Desoto named humanitarian of the year by the City of Bayonne Youth Center, noting her ‘priceless charitable contributions.’