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 coverage, but does not serve as a comprehensive listing.

Marian Amies, associate professor of art, organized an exhibit at Gallery 210. She was mentioned in a review about the exhibit that ran April 28 in the (St. Louis) Riverfront Times.

The Arianna String Quartet was mentioned in a news brief about their scheduled Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center performance, “Triple Crown.” The articles ran April 7 in the St. Louis Beacon and April 6 in the St. Louis-area Suburban Journals.

Teresa Balestreri, director of career services, was quoted in an article about unpaid internships. The story ran April 8 in the St. Louis Beacon.

Joseph Carroll, professor of English, was mentioned in a preview of a lecture about literature and evolution scheduled to be given in April. The preview ran April 9 at http://www.stlmag.com, the Web site for St. Louis Magazine.

The Children’s Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis at UMSL held an annual fundraising walk. The walk was mentioned in a news brief April 28 in the St. Louis-area Suburban Journals.

Niyi Coker, professor of theater, was mentioned in an article about Bassekou Kouyate and Ngoni Ba, a west African musician who was scheduled to perform at UMSL. The article ran April 1 in The Telegraph in Alton, Ill. Coker is working with the Ruth Seaton James Centre for the Performing Arts to encourage Bermudians to hone their playwriting skills. An article about Coker’s efforts ran April 8 in The Royal Gazette in Hamilton, Bermuda.

Stephanie Eaton, manager of the University Bookstore & Triton Tech Computer Center, was quoted in a story about online book sources. The story ran April 26 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Thomas George, chancellor, was mentioned in a story about the new president and CEO of CORTEX. The story ran April 2 in The St. Louis Business Journal and April 5 in the South Florida Business Journal.

Cary Goldwasser, manager of marketing at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, was quoted in an article about selecting the season’s lineup at the venue. The article ran April 8 in the Ladue (Missouri) News.

Barbara Harbach, professor of music, composed the music making up the album “Music of Barbara Harbach Vol. 5: Vocal Music.” The album was chosen as Recording of the Month by http://www.musicweb-international.com in April. Harbach was the subject of a profile for her efforts to raise awareness for women in the arts. The profile aired April 21 on HEC-TV.

Beth Huebner, associate professor criminology and criminal justice, was interviewed about gang activity in north St. Louis County. The interview aired live April 1 on KTVI (Channel 2).

Terry Jones, professor of political science, was quoted in an article about election results for local school taxes and bond issues. The article ran April 7 in the St. Louis Beacon. Jones wrote a commentary about the Missouri House of Representatives voting to reassert nullification. The commentary aired April 8 on KWMU (90.7 FM). Jones was quoted in a story about a projected lower young voter turnout for the midterm elections, compared to the turnout for the 2008 elections. The article ran April 27 in the St. Louis Beacon.

David Kimball, associate professor of political science, was quoted by the Associated Press about a rise in third-party candidates in Missouri. The AP story ran April 4 in the Kansas City (Missouri) Star, Columbia Missourian, http://www.digitalburg.com in Warrensburg, Mo., and St. Louis Examiner, April 5 in the Southeast Missourian in Cape Girardeau and April 6 in the Columbia (Missouri) Daily Tribune.

Marilu Knode, professor of art history, was scheduled to give a discussion at Saint Louis Art Museum. A news brief mentioning Knode and her discussion ran April 1 in the Webster-Kirkwood (Missouri) Times and South County (Missouri) Times.

Stella Markou, director of vocal studies, was scheduled to perform a recital in the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center. She was mentioned in a news brief that included her photo, which ran April 28 in the St. Louis-area Suburban Journals.

Joe Martinich, professor of management science, was interviewed about his participation in a disaster preparedness course. The interview aired April 4 on KPLR (Channel 11) and KTVI (Channel 2).

Jim Richards, associate dean of academic affairs for the College of Fine Arts and Communication, was interviewed for a profile on Professor of Music Barbara Harbach’s efforts to raise awareness for women in the arts. The profile aired April 21 on HEC-TV.

Dave Robertson, professor of political science, was quoted in an article about a higher-than-expected number of Missouri candidates filing for offices on ballots for the August primaries and November general election. The article ran April 1 in the St. Louis Beacon.

William Rogers, assistant professor of economics, was quoted in a story about unions attracting new business. The story ran April 11 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Rogers was quoted in a story about the home buyer tax credit program. The story ran April 30 in the St. Louis Beacon.

Richard Rosenfeld, professor criminology and criminal justice, was quoted in a story about the recession increasing crime rates. The story ran April 4 in the Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch.

Charles Schmitz, dean of the College of Education, co-wrote the book “Building a Love that Lasts: The Seven Surprising Secrets of Successful Marriage” with his wife Liz. The authors were interviewed April 8 on WLS-TV (Channel 7) in Chicago, “The Frankie Boyer Show” on WBIX (1060 AM) in Boston and April 9 on “The Matt & Ramona Show” WLNK (107.9 FM) in Charlotte, N.C.

Rob Scoggins, assistant professor of dance, was mentioned in a preview article about “The Sum of Motion,” UMSL’s spring dance concert. The article ran April 23 in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat.

Margaret Sherraden, professor of social work, was mentioned in an article about her husband, Michael being named to Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People list. The article ran April 30 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Lana Stein, professor emeritus of political science, was quoted in an article about election results for local school taxes and bond issues. The article ran April 7 in the St. Louis Beacon. Stein was scheduled to give a lecture on the history of St. Louis politics. A brief mentioning Stein and the lecture ran April 6 in the St. Louis-area Suburban Journals.

Steve Tappmeyer was named the new UMSL head men’s basketball coach. A news brief mentioning Tappmeyer’s new position ran April 8 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Benjamin Torbert, assistant professor of English, participated in the Metropolitan Opera Quiz. The quiz aired live April 24 on KFUO (99.1 FM).

Mark Tranel, director of the Public Policy Research Center, discussed “The Challenge of the Region’s Changing Demographics” at a St. Louis regional housing conference. An article mentioning Tranel and his research ran April 23 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

The University of Missouri–St. Louis was mentioned in an article about the Public Policy Research Center Photography Project’s five-year anniversary exhibit at the Missouri History Museum. The article ran April 6 in the St. Louis Suburban Journals. UMSL’s College of Optometry and it’s partnership with Crown Vision Center was mentioned in an article about whether investments in children’s health can lead to improvements in school achievement. The article ran April 6 in the St. Louis Beacon.

Alla Voskoboynikova, coordinator of piano studies, was scheduled to give a concert with David Halen, concertmaster of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra. A news brief mentioning Voskoboynikova and the concert ran April 6 in the St. Louis-area Suburban Journals.

Mel Watkin, director of the Public Policy Research Center Photography Project, was mentioned in an article about the exhibit “PPRC Photography Project: Lydia’s House.” The article ran April 1 in St. Louis Magazine. Watkin was interviewed about the project and its five-year retrospective exhibition at the Missouri History Museum. The interview aired live April 2 on KWMU (90.7 FM). Watkin was interviewed about the project. The interview aired April 2 on KDHX (88.1 FM).

Jim Widner, director of jazz studies, was quoted in an article about the Greater St. Louis Jazz Festival at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center. The article ran April 27 in the St. Louis-area Suburban Journals. Widner was interviewed about the Greater St. Louis Jazz Festival. The interview aired live April 12 on KWMU (90.7 FM).

ry Jones, professor of political science, was quoted in an article about election results for local school taxes and bond issues. The article ran April 7 in the St. Louis Beacon.
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Media Coverage: May 2024
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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.

Media Coverage: May 2024

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.

Media Coverage: May 2024

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.

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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.

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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.