Media Coverage: August 2017

UMSL Media Coverage

The University of Missouri–St. Louis makes a significant impact on the St. Louis area. Stories about the university, its scholars and their expertise are often covered by local and national news media.

Media Coverage highlights some of the top stories but does not serve as a comprehensive listing. Notice a clip we missed? Email us at umsldaily@umsl.edu.

Tom Anselm, business and education alumnus
FloValley News: Woodstock as a metaphor for an era

Sarah Barton, graphic design student
St. Louis Public Radio: design projects to connect with dementia patients

Warner Baxter, business alumnus
Electric Energy Online: planning the grid of the future

Carl Bassi, director of research for the College of Optometry
St. Louis Public Radio: safety tips for the solar eclipse

D’Andre Braddix, assistant dean of students
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: nominee for Bi-State Board

Susan Brownell, professor of anthropology
KRCG: UM System commitment to free expression

Tiara Burton, sociology student
Cosmopolitan: women drowning in college debt

Alan Byrd, vice provost of enrollment management
Cosmopolitan: women drowning in college debt

Jim Craig, chair of the Department of Military and Veteran Studies
KSDK (Channel 5): analyzing President Trump’s plans for Afghanistan

Larry Davis, dean of the College of Optometry 
St. Louis Public Radio: safety tips for the solar eclipse

Yaniv Dudaie, business student
EQ.com: a student journey through UMSL Accelerate

Sally Barr Ebest, Founders Professor of English
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: best and worst states for women’s equality

Brittany Ferrell, nursing alumna
Los Angeles Times: documentary “Whose Streets?”

Susan Feigenbaum, Curators’ Teaching Professor of Economics
Connecticut Jewish Ledger: bigotry in the jury room

Tom George, chancellor
KSDK (Channel 5): students living on campus
Nine Network of Public Media: documentary on the origins of Cortex

Lindsey Grossheim, nursing student
Advantage News: BJC Scholar

Barbara Harbach, Curators’ Distinguished Professor of Music
College Magazine: inspiring female music professors
The St. Louis American and Riverfront Times: Festival of Freedom remembering Dred Scott

Eric Harris, optometry alumnus
North Fulton Herald: importance of eye exams

Charles Hoffman, dean of the College of Business Administration
St. Louis Post-Dispatch and St. Louis County Community News: opening of Anheuser-Busch Hall

Beth Huebner, professor of criminology and criminal justice
St. Louis Public Radio: MacArthur Foundation program to reduce jail population

Eric’el Johnson, engineering alumnus
Diverse Issues in Higher Education: Boeing helping diversify STEM fields

Joe Keifer, business alumnus
The Missouri Times: appointee to the Missouri State Employees Retirement System Board of Trustees

David Kimball, professor of political science
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: pre-emption and the minimum wage

David Klinger, professor of criminology and criminal justice
Chicago Tribune: line between excessive force and typical policing

Kassidy Leigh Klocke, student
RiverBender.com: Miss Calhous County contestant

Patricia Kopetz, E. Desmond Lee Endowed Professor in Education of Children with Disabilities
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: her Ladue home

Dan Lauer, founding executive director of UMSL Accelerate
Global University Venturing: Ameren Accelerator

Roberta Lavin, associate dean of academic programs in the College of Nursing
Daily Nurse: disaster preparedness conference

Jonathan Lidgus, director of residential life and housing
KSDK (Channel 5): students living on campus

Kanesha McBee, optometry student
Vision Monday and InvisionMag.com: Poston Leadership Award winners

Heath McClung, engineering student
Perryville News: Pat Tillman Scholar

Alex McClure, optometry alumna
Washington Missourian: importance of eye exams

Jennifer McKnight, associate professor of graphic design
St. Louis Public Radio: design projects to connect with dementia patients

Maureen McVey, education alumna
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: stepping down as St. Joseph’s Academy soccer coach

Evelyn Bailey Moore, engineering alumna
Diverse Issues in Higher Education: Boeing helping diversify STEM fields

Ray Mundy, director of the Center for Transportation Studies
The Boston Globe, Business Traveller and Conde Nast Traveller: weighing fees for pick-ups and drop-offs at airports

Gwendolyn Packnett, education alumna
Ladue News: new Women of Achievement president

Dave Robertson, Curators’ Teaching Professor and chair of the Department of Political Science
KSDK (Channel 5): President Trump’s visit to Springfield, Missouri
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: special election in the 50th House district

Rick Rosenfeld, Founders Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
St. Louis Public Radio: reflecting on regional changes three years after Michael Brown’s death
KCUR: “Ferguson Effect” in Kansas City?

James Shuls, assistant professor and the graduate program director of educational leadership and policy studies
McGraw Milhaven Show (KTRS) and Springfield Business Journal: fairness of the teacher pension system

Matthew Stanley, optometry alumnus
Vision Monday: office technology tools and cloud-based systems

Todd Swanstrom, E. Desmond Lee Endowed Professor in Community Collaboration and Public Policy
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: population boom in Wentzville school district

Kenneth Thomas, Founders Professor of Political Science
International Business Times: evaluating the Foxconn deal

Blanche Touhill, chancellor emeritus
Nine Network of Public Media: documentary on the origins of Cortex

Amanda Vollmer, nursing alumna
Washington Missourian: Washington Town and Country Fair Queen contest

Anne Winkler, professor of economics and public policy administration and economics chair
Market Watch: “motherhood penalty” still impacting working women

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