UST in the News for July 17, 2014

College of Arts and Sciences

“New Ecclesial movements - changing the face of the Church?” Vatican Radio, July 2. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted.

“Ventura suit over alleged barroom fight goes to trial in St. Paul,” Star Tribune, July 9. Communication and Journalism adjunct professor Mark Anfinson is quoted.

“Ventura faces tough road proving defamation,” MPR, July 8. Anfinson is quoted.

“'American Sniper' Author Didn't Fear Ventura Lawsuit,” KSTP, July 9. Anfinson is quoted.

“The Twin Cities discover tactical urbanism — and create improvisational change,” MinnPost, July 15. The Urban Flowers Project, supported by the Biology Department, is featured.


College of Education, Leadership and Counseling

“Researchers, advocates see better ALS therapies on the horizon,” MPR, July 2. Former CELC dean Bruce Kramer is featured.


Opus College of Business

“Supreme Court's Birth Control Decision Impacts Minnesota Companies,” KSTP, June 30. Ethics and Business Law professor Dawn Swink is quoted.

“Twin Cities' jobless rate lowest among large metros, report says,” Pioneer Press, July 1. Finance professor Dave Vang is quoted.

“At 80, Durenberger reflects on the future of health care,” Star Tribune, July 5. Retired director of the National Institute of Health Policy Dave Durenberger is featured.

“Xcel board under scrutiny in Monticello cost overrun,” Star Tribune, July 12. Marketing adjunct professor Mike Porter is quoted.

“Today, value of cold-calling is questionable,” Star Tribune, July 13. Marketing professor Avinash Malshe is quoted.

“Mall of America's giant makeover ditches '90s in bid to stay hip,” Star Tribune, July 14. Institute for Retailing Excellence director Dave Brennan is quoted.

“Edina-based Hot Mama changes its name to Evereve,” Star Tribune, July 14. Brennan is quoted.


School of Law

“High court ruling on employers and contraception to be felt in Minnesota,” MPR, June 30. School of Law professor Tom Berg is quoted.

“Analysis of Claims Against Archbishop John Nienstedt,” KSTP, July 1. School of Law professor Charles Reid is quoted.

“Twin Cities Archbishop John Nienstedt faces new sex claims,” Star Tribune, July 2. Reid is quoted.

“Should Archbishop Nienstedt Step Down During Investigation?” WCCO, July 2. Reid is quoted.

“Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby Ruling Yields Polarized Debate,” NPR, July 3. Berg is quoted.

“Mixing Christian compassion with the law,” Waco Tribune, July 13. Commentary by School of Law professor Mark Osler.

“Document: Archdiocese Considered Silencing Priest,” KSTP, July 15. Reid is quoted.


In other news

“Catholic Charities Leader to Step Down,” The Chronicle of Philanthropy, July 1. Incoming vice president for mission Father Larry Snyder is featured.

“Catholic Charities USA leader takes job at St. Thomas,” The Catholic Spirit, July 1.

“St. Thomas hires Catholic Charities USA leader,” Pioneer Press, July 1.

“Ready or not, St. Thomas union vote underway,” Pioneer Press, July 6.

“Giving beat: St. Thomas hires Catholic Charities USA chief,” Star Tribune, July 7.

“Catholic Charities President Leaves Legacy of Antipoverty Advocacy,” The Chronicle of Philanthropy, July 10.

“Meridian moves in on Hazelden niche: addiction treatment for the rich,” Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, July 11.