UST in the News for Feb. 11, 2015

College of Arts and Sciences

Art history professor Victoria Young was a guest on tpt’s Almanac Jan. 30.

“St. Paul police officers lead in rising use of deadly force,” Star Tribune, Feb. 7. Sociology and criminal justice professor Tanya Gladney is quoted.

''Papa Francesco non ama i simulacri vuoti,” Servizio Informazione Religiosa, Feb. 9. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted (in Italian).


College of Education, Leadership and Counseling

“Spring books from Minnesota authors and publishers popping up,” Pioneer Press, Feb. 1. A book by former CELC Dean Bruce Kramer is mentioned.


Opus College of Business

“Refinancing surges as home rates near record low,” KARE 11, Jan. 28. Finance professor Tom Musil is quoted.

“The lottery game that's bigger than Powerball,” Yahoo! Finance, Feb. 10. Finance professor John Spry is quoted.


School of Law

“13 arrests end student sit-in at UMN president's office,” Pioneer Press, Feb. 10. School of Law professor Nekima Levy-Pounds is quoted.

“Justice Department releases report on MPD ‘early intervention system,’” Star Tribune, Jan. 28. Levy-Pounds is quoted.

“He’ll Rot For Pot: 55 Years For Weed,” The Daily Beast, Feb. 3. School of Law professor Mark Osler is quoted.

“President Obama at the Prayer Breakfast,” Huffington Post, Feb. 9. Commentary by School of Law professor Charles Reid.


In other news

“The 50 Most Underrated Colleges In America,” Business Insider, Jan. 28.