College of Arts and Sciences
“Arianna On ‘Good Morning America’ Shares The Piece Of Advice She’d Give Her 20-Something Self,” Huffington Post, Oct. 9. Research by neuroscience Professor Roxanne Prichard is cited.
“Sinodo dei vescovi 2014, sesto giorno. Matrimonio e famiglia: il più grosso cambiamento dal concilio di Trento,” Huffington Post Italia, Oct. 13. Commentary by theology Professor Massimo Faggioli (written in Italian).
“Vatican document on outreach to gays edits out ‘welcoming’ to focus on ‘providing for,’” Washington Post, Oct. 16. Faggioli is quoted.
“Pope Paul VI is almost a saint: Here are 4 of his biggest legacies,” Religion News Service, Oct. 16. Faggioli is quoted.
“Vatican waters down gay references in translation of divisive paper,” Reuters, Oct. 16. Faggioli is quoted.
“The tectonic plates of world Catholicism shift,” The Conversation, Oct. 21. Commentary by Faggioli.
“Pope Francis plays long game to reform Roman Catholic Church,” Reuters, Oct. 21. Faggioli is quoted.
“Archbishop Cupich to live in more modest quarters, not North State Parkway mansion,” Chicago Sun-Times, Oct. 22. Faggioli is quoted.
“Pope Francis Says Science and Faith Aren’t at Odds,” U.S. News and World Report, Oct. 28. Faggioli is quoted.
“Usa, addio ai vescovi guerrieri: così cambia la Chiesa,” Vatican Insider, Nov. 2. Faggioli is quoted (written in Italian).
“Minnesota Achieves a Unique Distinction in Christian Muslim Relations,” Star Tribune, Nov. 3. The Muslim Christian Dialogue Center is mentioned.
“Behind The Ballot: Do Attack Ads Actually Work?” WCCO, Nov. 3. Communication and journalism Professor Kevin Sauter is quoted.
College of Education, Leadership and Counseling
“As ALS makes him wind down, Bruce Kramer reaches out,” MPR, Oct. 13. Former Dean of the College of Education, Leadership and Counseling Bruce Kramer is featured.
“Obit: Tom McCarver, former Archdiocese schools superintendent,” Pioneer Press, Oct. 20.
Opus College of Business
“House prices in the Twin Cities increased slightly behind the national average during August,” Star Tribune, Oct. 7. Director of Real Estate Programs Herb Tousley is quoted.
“Stores Prepare To Fight Amazon For Christmas Business,” WCCO, Oct. 7. Marketing instructor Mark Seltzer is quoted.
“UST dean: Entrepreneurs are taught, not born,” Finance and Commerce, Oct. 8. Associate Dean of the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship Brian Abraham is featured.
“2 from St. Cloud area added to real estate hall of fame,” St. Cloud Times, Oct. 11. The Shenahon Center for Real Estate is mentioned.
“September home sales fell in the Twin Cities metro area,” Star Tribune, Oct. 13. Tousley is quoted.
“MN Real Estate Hall of Fame gets three new members,” Star Tribune, Oct. 14. The Shenahon Center for Real Estate is mentioned.
“Now being built, office tower at the Mall of America is getting intense interest,” Star Tribune, Oct. 18. Tousley is quoted.
“Good Question: How Do We Measure Inflation?” WCCO, Oct. 22. Finance Professor David Vang is quoted.
“Target Offers Free Shipping Starting Wednesday to Boost Holiday Sales,” KSTP, Oct. 22. Marketing Professor Dave Brennan is quoted.
“Stores Likely To Continue To Open Earlier On Thanksgiving,” WCCO, Oct. 24. Vang is quoted.
“Is Fitchburg hip enough to get hopping?” Sentinel and Enterprise, Oct. 26. Finance Professor Mel Gray is quoted.
“Major League Soccer pitch gets competitive,” KARE 11, Oct. 29. Ethics and business law Professor John Wendt is quoted.
“Is the Twin Cities real estate market cooling?” KMSP, Oct. 29. Tousley is quoted.
“Retailers Set Back Holiday Shipping Deadlines,” WCCO, Oct. 29. Vang is quoted.
“As plea agreement talk swirls, Peterson faces court date in Texas,” Star Tribune, Nov. 4. Wendt is quoted.
School of Engineering
“Conflicting ocean studies renew a scientific argument over a warming ‘pause,’” ClimateWire, Oct. 7. School of Engineering Professor John Abraham is quoted.
“Climate records are breaking so often now, we’ve stopped paying attention,” Washington Post, Oct. 21. Abraham is quoted.
School of Law
“Black leaders’ letter calls for outside probe of MPS’ Al Flowers contract,” MinnPost, Oct. 9. School of Law Professor Nekima Levy-Pounds is quoted.
“KFAI Interview with Nekima Levy-Pounds,” Insight News, Oct. 9.
“Minneapolis School District Ends Expensive Relationship With Non-Profit,” KSTP, Oct. 10. Levy-Pounds is quoted.
“Judge OKs Settlement in Minn. Church Abuse Case,” KSTP, Oct. 12. School of Law Professor Charles Reid is quoted.
“Catholic bishops show new tolerance toward gays,” USA Today, Oct. 13. Reid is quoted.
“INTERVIEW: Dr. Charles Reid Discusses Sex Abuse Lawsuit Settlement,” KSTP, Oct. 13.
“Archdiocese Considers Options to Pay for Historic Settlement,” KSTP, Oct. 14. Reid is quoted.
“Bankruptcy May Be Archdiocese’s Solution For Abuse Settlements,” WCCO, Oct. 14. Reid is quoted.
“Angry groundswell rips MPS board: ‘Stop making excuses,’ ‘We want an audit,’” MinnPost, Oct. 15. Levy-Pounds is quoted.
“Groups press U to take on NFL, ban DC team’s mascot from stadium,” MPR, Oct. 16. Associate Dean and Professor Joel Nichols is quoted.
“Schools Notebook: MPS enrollment flat,” MinnPost, Oct. 16. Levy-Pounds is quoted.
“Lawyer’s deal with archdiocese arouses skepticism,” MPR, Oct. 20. Reid is quoted.
“Chavez-Nelson fires public defenders on eve of murder trial,” Pioneer Press, Oct. 26. School of Law Professor Mark Osler is quoted.
“ACLU releases report revealing racial disparities for low-level arrests in Minneapolis,” Southwest Journal, Oct. 28. Levy-Pounds is quoted.
In other news
“For some international students, ‘plagiarism’ is a foreign word,” MPR, Oct. 8. Director of International Student Services Lori Friedman is quoted.
“Buses and trains wrapped in ads pay off big for Metro Transit,” MPR, Oct. 9.