Karen DeSoto highlights NJCU contribution to New Jersey inititive that was signed into law by Governor Chris Christie on February 7, 2017.
New Jersey passes law with global impact as Governor Christie signs The New Jersey International Arbitration, Mediation, and Conciliation Act. The IDR appllied research work played a role.
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 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.’
Karen DeSoto appears in Hispanics on the Move in the October 2011 issue of Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine, named to their list of people making a difference in their communities.
Karen Desoto was Endorsed by student Juan A. Lopez, Jr. on LinkedIn, stating “”If you’re seeking an impact speaker for your next student or faculty event, I recommend you invite Karen DeSoto.”