UST in the News for Dec. 10, 2014

College of Arts and Sciences

“New director helps tell story of Asmat artisans,” The Catholic Spirit, Nov. 20. Director of the American Museum of Asmat Art Eric Kjellgren is featured.

“Expert Talks About The Psychology Of Sales,” WCCO, Nov. 28. Men’s head basketball coach and psychology professor John Tauer is quoted.

“Before St. Paul gets urban park, flower experiment to bloom,” Pioneer Press, Dec. 1. Biology professor Adam Kay is quoted.


Opus College of Business

“How Twin Cities families are spending $868 on holiday gifts,” KMSP, Nov. 19. The St. Thomas Annual Holiday Spending Sentiment Survey is referenced.

“Survey: Metro holiday shoppers will spend more,” KARE 11, Nov. 19. Marketing faculty member Jon Seltzer is quoted.

“Survey: Minnesotans To Spend More Than $800 Per Household This Holiday,” WCCO, Nov. 19. Marketing professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

“Survey: Twin Cities consumers plan robust holiday spending,” Pioneer Press, Nov. 19. Brennan is quoted.

“Target says customers are over last year's data breach,” Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, Nov. 19. Marketing professor Lorman Lundsten is quoted.

“Good Question: Why Do We Still Have Catalogs?” WCCO, Nov. 20. Brennan is quoted.

“Tips for braving (and saving) this holiday shopping season,” Tampa Bay Times, Nov. 20. Brennan is quoted.

“Metro shoppers poised to spend big this season, survey says,” Downtown Journal, Nov. 21. Brennan is quoted.

“Homeowner Tracker wins the 2014 Fowler Business Concept,”, Nov. 24.

“Winners announced for Fowler Business Concept Challenge,” Minnesota Business, Nov. 24.

“A year after Target data breach, aftershocks finally end,” Pioneer Press, Nov. 24. Lundsten is quoted.

“All Star Game may not be heavy hitter,” San Diego Union Tribune, Nov. 24. Ethics and business law professor John Wendt is quoted.

“Black Friday's earliest start finds plenty of Twin Cities shoppers,” Pioneer Press, Nov. 27. The St. Thomas Annual Holiday Spending Sentiment Survey is referenced.

“Thanksgiving shoppers ditch the turkey,” KARE 11, Nov. 27. The St. Thomas Annual Holiday Spending Sentiment Survey is referenced.

“A Year After Massive Target Data Breach, Still No Arrests,” WCCO, Dec. 1. Seltzer is quoted.

“Local businesses offer deep Cyber Monday discounts,” Star Tribune, Dec. 1. Brennan is quoted.

“'Multi-channel' shopping credited for holiday spending bump,” KMSP, Dec. 8. Seltzer is quoted.

“100 Most Influential in Business Ethics,” Ethisphere, December 2014. Ethics and business law professor Ken Goodpaster is listed.


School of Engineering

“Dear snow-trolls: Winter weather does not refute global warming,” Washington Post, Nov. 19. School of Engineering professor John Abraham is quoted.


School of Law

“Parishes in Archdiocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis seek shelter from abuse claims,” Star Tribune, Nov. 22. School of Law professor Charles Reid is quoted.

“The president’s idle executive power: pardoning,” Washington Post, Nov. 26. Commentary co-written by School of Law professor Mark Osler.

“Media forum: Finding voice beyond the dominant,” Twin Cities Daily Planet, Nov. 26. School of Law professor Nekima Levy-Pounds is quoted.

“It isn’t just Ferguson: Schools and the Ferguson case,” Hometown Source, Nov. 29. Levy-Pounds is quoted.

“Clamor Rises to Rewrite the U.S. Constitution,” The New York Times, Nov. 30. Distinguished University Chair and professor Michael Paulsen is quoted.

“Get Ready for Some Law Schools to Close,” Slate, Dec. 1. School of Law professor Jerry Organ is quoted.

“At Center of Immigration Suit, a Clause with a Funny Name,” The Wall Street Journal, Dec. 3. School of Law professor Robert Delahunty is quoted.

“Fight on behalf of pregnant UPS driver creates unusual allies,” Star Tribune, Dec. 3. School of Law professors Teresa Collett, Elizabeth Schlitz and Tom Berg are quoted.

“Defending the Workplace Baby Bump,” Christianity Today, Dec. 3. Commentary by Berg.

“It's Open Season on Black Men and Boys in America,” Star Tribune, Dec. 4. Commentary by Levy-Pounds.

“Pope Francis Speaks to Europe -- and the World,” Huffington Post, Dec. 4. Commentary by Reid.

“UST profs are friends of the court,” Minnesota Lawyer, Dec. 4.

“Protesters shut down Interstate 35W,” Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, Dec. 4. Levy-Pounds is quoted.

“Protesters shut down I-35W in Mpls.,” KARE 11, Dec. 4. Levy-Pounds is quoted.

“At the Supreme Court: The Meaning (and Meaningfulness) of Pregnancy Non-Discrimination,” Mirror of Justice, Dec. 5. Commentary by Berg.

“Elder guardianship: A well-oiled machine,” Herald-Tribune, Dec. 6. School of Law professor Jennifer Wright is quoted.

“Argument preview: Jurisdictionality, timeliness, and the Federal Tort Claims Act,” SCOTUS Blog, Dec. 8. School of Law professor Gregory Sisk is quoted.

“President Obama's ’Deferred Action’ Program for Illegal Aliens Is Plainly Unconstitutional,” Center for Immigration Studies, December 2014. Delahunty is quoted.


In other news

“Winning Raises Without Contracts?” Inside Higher Ed, Nov. 25.