UST in the News for Oct. 8, 2014

College of Arts and Sciences

“Good Questions: Dish Water, Dog Colds & Traffic Times,” WCCO, Sept. 26. Health and Human Performance professor Jeaneemarie Beiseigel is quoted.

“Good Question: How Do Negative Ads Work?” WCCO, Sept. 29. Communication and Journalism professor Kevin Sauter is quoted.

“A modest suggestion to Senator Al Franken on Gaza,” Twin Cities Daily Planet, Oct. 1. Commentary by Professor Emeritus of Theology Father David Smith.

“Good Question: Are Marathons Bad For Our Health?” WCCO, Oct. 2. Health and Human Performance professor Paul Mellick is quoted.

“The synod without a script,” The Tablet, Oct. 2. Commentary by Theology professor Massimo Faggioli.


College of Education, Leadership and Counseling

“227 years and counting: Reflections on the United States Constitution,” Insight News, Sept. 25. Commentary by Leadership, Policy and Administration professor Artika Tyner.


Opus College of Business

“Amazon to collect Minnesota sales tax Oct. 1,” KMSP, Oct. 1. Marketing professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

“State's job growth lags behind Midwest neighbors,” Star Tribune, Sept. 26. Finance professor John Spry is quoted.

“Outside consultant: An employee or a contractor?” Star Tribune, Sept. 28. Associate Director of the Small Business Development Center Diane Paterson is quoted.

“Millennials delay home buying,” Southwest Journal, Sept. 30. Director of Real Estate Programs Herb Tousley is quoted.

“Medtronic Isn't Leaving America, It's Just Stiffing Us on the Bill,” City Pages, Oct. 1. Ethics and Business Law professor Daryl Koehn is quoted.

“Minnesota Amazon Customers Now Charged Sales Tax,” KSTP, Oct. 1. Finance professor Dave Vang is quoted.

“Wayzata Bookstore to Close after 51 Years in Business,” KSTP, Oct. 1. Brennan is quoted.

“Minnesota: Taxing for growth: low, broad, simple: Pioneer Press editorial,” Pioneer Press, Oct. 4. Spry is quoted.

“Outside consultant: Where to start a branding campaign,” Star Tribune, Oct. 5. Master of Business Communication director Michael Porter is quoted.


School of Law

“An Open Letter to Mayor Betsy Hodges,” Star Tribune, Sept. 30. Commentary by School of Law professor Nekima Levy-Pounds.

“Meeting with the chief, or not,” Southside Pride, Oct. 5. Levy-Pounds is quoted.

"The Nation's Shame: The Injustice of Mandatory Minimums," Rolling Stone, Oct. 7. School of Law professor Mark Osler is featured.


In other news

“Bishop Cupich named to head Archdiocese of Chicago,” American Catholic, Sept. 24.

“Families rethink college borrowing as loans gain 'bad reputation,'” MPR, Sept. 24. Vice President for Enrollment Services Dan Meyer is quoted.

“Tommies and Johnnies Set for 83rd All-Time Football Meeting,” KSTP, Sept. 26.

“Turnovers Help Johnnies Upset Tommies - Again - In Rivalry Clash,” KSTP, Sept. 27.