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.

The Arianna String Quartet, the university’s resident quartet, was mentioned July 1 in an article on life around the Arch. The article ran in SLM Daily, a blog on the website for St. Louis Magazine.

Chancellor Tom George was quoted July 24 in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch article about UMSL alumnus and Express Scripts Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President George Paz. Visit ow.ly/5Pxn8 to read the article.

Louis Gerteis, professor of history, wrote the book “Civil War in St. Louis,” which was quoted July 23 in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch photo cutline. Visit bit.ly/qLrxva to read the cutline.

Barbara Harbach, professor of music, composed music for two albums that were reviewed July 9 in Czech Music Direct, a website devoted to music with ties to the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Visit bit.ly/pDYhuy to read the reviews.

John Dalton, associate professor of English, wrote his second novel, “The Inverted Forest.” A Q-and-A article with Dalton ran July 19 in the Riverfront Times. Visit ow.ly/5J4BO to read the article. A feature on Dalton and the book and a review of the book ran July 17 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Visit ow.ly/5J4uW to read the feature and ow.ly/5J4xG to read the review. The Associated Press reviewed the book July 19. Visit abcn.ws/n9kAHe to read the review as it appears on the website for ABC News. Entertainment Weekly reviewed the book on July 13 and gave it a grade of B+. Visit bit.ly/pRQq0T to read the review. On July 21, an article about a book signing Dalton will give ran in the Webster-Kirkwood Times and aired on KDHX (88.1 FM). Dalton and a reading he gave of “The Inverted Forest” were the subjects of a Deb Peterson column that ran July 22 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Visit bit.ly/qTQ46S to read the article. Dalton was mentioned July 27 in The Sacramento (Calif.) Bee article about popular fiction. Visit bit.ly/riCt3B to read the article. Dalton was pictured and quoted July 24 in a Miami Herald article what book he is currently reading. Visit bit.ly/qmoh75 to read the article.

Farida Jalalzai, assistant professor of political science, was quoted July 5 in an article in The Guardian in London about Yingluck Shinawatra, Thailand’s first woman prime minister. Visit bit.ly/o10WWY to read the article.

David Kimball, associate professor of political science, was quoted July 5 in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch article about the establishment of an insurance exchange in Missouri. Visit bit.ly/j1wzLd to read the article.

Steve Schreiner, associate professor of English, was mentioned July 22 in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch article about a book reading given by John Dalton, associate professor of English.

Lana Stein, professor emeritus of political science, wrote an article titled “What if received wisdom is wrong?” that ran July 1 in the St. Louis Beacon. Visit bit.ly/jXee1X to read the article.

STARS students from the Parkway School District were featured in the district’s July newsletter. Fifteen Parkway students participated in UMSL’s STARS summer program which pairs high school students with researchers from five different institutions. Visit http://ow.ly/5So88 to read the article.

Todd Swanstrom, professor of political science, was quoted July 8 in a St. Louis Beacon article about the population changes in the Forest Park Southeast neighborhood in St. Louis. Visit bit.ly/qEuTN8 to read the article. Swanstrom was mentioned July 19 in an article about a redistricting plan to address poverty in Richmond, Va., that ran in Style Weekly in Richmond. Swanstrom was quoted July 26 in a St. Louis Beacon article about whether the St. Louis Metropolitan Statistical Area has reached its limits. Visit ow.ly/5NZhV to read the article.

Kenneth Thomas, associate professor of political science, was quoted July 9 in an Arizona Republic article about a town-manager finalist for Gilbert, Ariz. Visit bit.ly/pEwWOv to read the article.

Mark Tranel, director of the Public Policy Research Center, was quoted July 26 in a St. Louis Beacon article about whether the St. Louis Metropolitan Statistical Area has reached its limits. Visit ow.ly/5NZhV to read the article.

Mary Troy, director of the MFA in Creative Writing program, was mentioned July 22 in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch article about a book reading given by John Dalton, associate professor of English. Troy was mentioned July 24 in a Kansas City (Mo.) Star article about her novel “Beauties.” Visit ow.ly/5PxDz to read the article.

Will Winter, research associate in the Public Policy Research Center, was quoted July 26 in a St. Louis Beacon article about whether the St. Louis Metropolitan Statistical Area has reached its limits. Visit ow.ly/5NZhV to read the article. Winter analyzed the latest release of census data on the St. Louis Metropolitan Statistical Area for a July 28 article in the St. Louis Beacon. Visit bit.ly/roBuVa to read the article.

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