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Mohamed A. Alsiadi
coordinator of the Arabic Language and Cultural Studies program
and lecturer in Arabic, A&S
“The Arab League: No Longer Toothless?”
CNN.com, January 31
Paul Baard, Ph.D.
associate professor of management and communications, BUS
“Stressed at Work? How to Rekindle Job Satisfaction,”
CNN Market Watch, January 17
Charles Camosy, Ph.D.
assistant professor of theology, A&S
“Amelia Rivera, Mentally Disabled, May Get Kidney Transplant After All,”
ABC News, January 31
Jane Kani Edward, Ph.D.
clinical assistant professor and director of
African Immigration Research, A&S
“More than Hair Braiding,”
The African Trumpet, January 17
Silvia C. Finnemann, Ph.D.
associate professor of cellular biology, A&S
“Grapes Slow Age-Related Macular Degeneration,”
Food Produce Design, January 17
Heather Gautney, Ph.D.
assistant professor of sociology, A&S
“‘Occupy Congress’ Attempts to Get Lawmakers’ Attention,”
Daily Global, January 17
Albert Greco, Ed.D.
professor of marketing, BUS
“As Demand for E-books Soars, Libraries Struggle to Stock their Virtual Shelves,”
Washington Post, January 16
Karen J. Greenberg, Ph.D.
director for the Center on National Security, LAW
“Imagining a World Without Guantanamo,”
Washington Post, January 13
Cristina Greer, Ph.D.
assistant professor of political science, A&S
“State of The Union 2012: Did The President Mix Policy And Politics?”
International Business Times, January 25
Laura Gonzalez, Ph.D.
assistant professor of finance and business economics, BUS
“Cruise Crash Dents Carnival Profits,”
Reuters, January 30
Amir Idris, Ph.D.
professor of African and African American studies, A&S
“South Sudan Struggles in Its Infancy,”
Voice of America, January 20
B.A., professor of theater and visual arts, A&S
“The Art Scene: 01.19.12,”
East Hampton Star, January 19
Beth Knobel, Ph.D.
assistant professor of communication and media studies, A&S
“Lessons From Threlkeld,”
Huffington Post, January 20
John D. Lawry, Ph.D.
professor emeritus of psychology, A&S
“Op-Ed: Forgiveness: Key to Happiness?”
Greenwich Time, January 16
Paul Levinson, Ph.D.
professor of communication and media studies, A&S
“Wikipedia Blackout: Why Even Supporters Question Anti-SOPA Move,”
Christian Science Monitor, January 17
Sophie Mitra, Ph.D.
assistant professor of economics, A&S
“As China Urbanizes, India Remains Overwhelmingly Rural,”
International Business Times, January 20
Mark Naison, Ph.D.
professor of African and African-American studies, A&S
“Return of the ‘Welfare Queen’,”
CNN.com, January 22
Costas Panagopolous, Ph.D.
associate professor of political science, A&S
“In State of Union, Obama Touts Military Victories,”
Boston Herald, January 25
Joel Reidenberg, Ph.D.
Stanley D. and Nikki Waxberg Chair and Professor of Law
and founding academic director of the Center on Law and Information Policy, LAW
“Police Need Warrant for GPS Tracking: Court,”
Fox 8 (Cleveland,) January 23
Chris Rhomberg, Ph.D.
visiting associate professor of sociology, A&S
“Cooper Tire Plays a Big Role in Area's Prosperity, Charity,”
The (Ohio) Courier, January 28
visiting professor of law, LAW
“Steal My Sole? Heel No! Shoe Designer Christian Louboutin Sees Red, Sues YSL,”
Daily News, January 25
Maureen A. Tilley, Ph.D.
professor of theology, A&S
“Forgotten Religious Relic Rediscovered in New York,”
Fox News Channel, January 25
Rosemary Wakeman, Ph.D.
professor of history and director of the Urban Studies program, A&S
“Philly Neighborhoods Jostle for Brand Recognition,”
(Philadelphia) City Paper, January 2