UST in the News for Sept. 10, 2014

College of Arts and Sciences

“Journalism Rides the Wave of New Technologies," NewsPro magazine (PDF), August 2014. Communication and Journalism professor and interim vice president of the Office for Mission Mark Neuzil is quoted.

“Napping Around: Colleges Provide Campus Snooze Rooms,” Time, Aug. 29. Neuroscience professor Roxanne Prichard and Economics professor Monica Hartmann are quoted.

“About the ThreeSixty Journalism program,” Star Tribune, Aug. 30.

“As school year begins, students and teachers should take cheating seriously: Guest opinion,” The Oregonian, Aug. 30. Commentary by Professor emeritus of English Robert Miller.

“Basswood is latest BWCA lake infested with invasive spiny waterfleas,” Star Tribune, Sept. 3.


College of Education, Leadership and Counseling

“St. Thomas ALS Ice Bucket Challenge,” WCCO, Sept. 3.


Opus College of Business

“Outside Consultant,” Star Tribune, Aug. 31. Ethics and Business Law professor Dale Thompson is quoted.

“Dairy Queen Taking Security Steps After Data Breach,” WCCO, Sept. 3. Institute for Retailing Excellence co-director David Brennan is quoted.

“Outside Consultant: Equity-based payments for vendors,” Star Tribune, Sept. 7. Entrepreneurship professor Alec Johnson is quoted.

“Can Annie's Homegrown take root at General Mills?” Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, Sept. 9. Morrison Center for Entrepreneurship director David Deeds is quoted.


School of Engineering

“An environmental experiment,” Brainerd Dispatch, Aug. 28. School of Engineering professor John Abraham is quoted.

“Squishy Circuits,” Science Friday, Sept. 5. Column by School of Engineering professor AnnMarie Thomas.

“More cringing on false statements,” Brainerd Dispatch, Sept. 8. Commentary by Abraham.


School of Law

“Minnesota: A religious-freedom enclave (for now),” Star Tribune, Aug. 29. School of Law professor Teresa Collett is quoted.

“Minneapolis Public Schools: The system needs a reboot,” MinnPost, Sept. 2. Commentary by School of Law professor Nekima Levy-Pounds.

“Court ruling is victory for new legal strategy in clergy abuse cases,” Star Tribune, Sept. 3. School of Law professor Charles Reid is quoted.

“Downtown Greening and Public Realm Awards' finalists unveiled,” Downtown Journal, Sept. 3. The School of Law building is nominated in the Best Large Green Space category.

“Law Professor: Pressure Mounting for Archbishop Nienstedt to Resign,” KSTP, Sept. 3. Reid is quoted.

“Mentor’s reading list to young college student exemplifies very best of Waco,” Waco Tribune, Sept. 7. Commentary by School of Law professor Mark Osler.


In other news

“Report: Twin Cities ranks high internationally as destination for foreign students,” Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, Aug. 29.

“Twin Cities Among Top Metros In Attracting Foreign Students,” Twin Cities Business, Sept. 2.