Kathleen S. Brown, associate professor of educational leadership and policy studies at UMSL

Kathleen S. Brown, associate professor of educational leadership and policy studies at UMSL, was quoted Feb. 8 on the KTVI (Channel 2) segment “School choice: Charter vs. public schools.”

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.

Deborah Baldini, associate dean for the College of Arts and Sciences and School of Professional and Continuing Education, discussed the SUCCEED Program Feb. 18 on “St. Louis on the Air,” a program on St. Louis Public Radio | 90.7 KWMU.

Carole Basile, dean of the College of Education, was quoted Feb. 10 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch article “Money being paid by Normandy, Riverview Gardens to other districts not being spent.”

Alumnus Warner Baxter, BSBA 1983, was quoted Feb. 18 in the Benzinga article “Ameren announces CEO transition; Baxter elected president and director of Ameren, Voss to retire July 1.”

Ed Bennett, professor of optometry, was quoted Feb. 1 in the Optometric Management article “Part 2: Which is better #1 or #2.”

Kathleen S. Brown, associate professor of educational leadership and policy studies, was quoted Feb. 8 on the KTVI (Channel 2) segment “School choice: Charter vs. public schools.”

Fred Fausz, associate professor of history, was quoted Feb. 8 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch article “Once a far-flung trading post where the rivers meet, St. Louis still rolling along at 250.” Fausz was mentioned on the Feb. 7 episode of “Cityscape,” a program on St. Louis Public Radio and the Beacon. He was quoted Feb. 14 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch article “Is St. Louis’ 250th birthday today or Saturday? Could it be next month?” Fausz was quoted Feb. 14 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch article “History lovers gather to learn about old St. Louis, see new museum exhibit,” which also ran online on HispanicBusiness.com. He discussed the founding and colonial history of St. Louis on the Feb. 10 episode of “St. Louis on the Air,” a program on St. Louis Public Radio | 90.7 KWMU.

Susan Feigenbaum, professor of economics, was quoted Feb. 23 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch article “How a St. Louis-based health care system became one of the nation’s biggest.”

Tyler Fuchs, a student in the SUCCEED Program, discussed the SUCCEED Program Feb. 18 on “St. Louis on the Air,” a program on St. Louis Public Radio | 90.7 KWMU.

Hope Gassier, a senior business administration major, was featured Feb. 18 in the Ste. Genevieve (Mo.) Herald article “SGHS grad Gassier selected to UMSL’s Homecoming court.”

Louis Gerteis, professor of history, was quoted Feb. 8 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch article “Once a far-flung trading post where the rivers meet, St. Louis still rolling along at 250.”

Carl Hoagland, Emerson Electric Company Endowed Professor in Technology and Learning, was quoted Feb. 9 in the St. Louis Public Radio and the Beacon story “At ed-tech conference, Midwestern educators will explore the flip.”

Alumnus Aaron Johnson, BS economics 1994, BSBA 1994 and MA economics 2000, was featured Feb. 21 in the Albany (Ga.) Herald article “On the job with Aaron Johnson.”

Terry Jones, Founders Professor of Political Science, was quoted Feb. 28 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch article “Panelists urge an incremental approach to city-county reunification.” Jones discussed the possibility of city-county reunification on the Feb. 26 episode of “The Charlie Brennan Show” on KMOX (1120 AM).

David Klinger, associate professor of criminology and criminal justice, was quoted Feb. 18 in the KPCC (89.3 FM) (Pasadena, Calif.) story “LA County supervisors approve $1.85 million payout in fatal shooting of mentally ill woman.”

Haim Mano, associate professor of marketing, was quoted Feb. 25 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch article “Budweiser backs effort to make baseball’s opening day a holiday.”

Courtney McDermott, lecturer in social work, was quoted Feb. 9 in the St. Louis Jewish Light article “Food banks at mercy of weather, politics, supermarket savvy.”

Loren Moseley, a secondary education graduate student, was featured Feb. 5 in The St. Louis American article “UMSL student receives Fulbright to Argentina.”

David Robertson, Curators’ Teaching Professor of Political Science, discussed the Missouri gubernatorial race on the Feb. 11 episode of “Hancock & Kelley” on KMOX (1120 AM).

J. Martin Rochester, Curators’ Teaching Professor of Political Science, wrote the Feb. 26 St. Louis Jewish Light commentary “The controversy over common core national standards in K-12.”

Daniel Rust, assistant director for the Center for Transportation Studies, was quoted Feb. 24 in The Plain Dealer (Cleveland) article “Cleveland Hopkins fees to airlines among uncertainties ahead for airport, carriers.”

Devin Sasser, a third-year optometry student, was featured in the “Movers and shakers” section of the February issue of EyeCareProfessional Magazine.

Charles Schmitz, dean emeritus of the College of Education, was quoted Feb. 26 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorial “Unify St. Louis and stop the ‘slow drain’ of economic power.”

Helene Sherman, Founders Professor of Early Childhood, Elementary, TESOL, Special Education, was featured Feb. 6 in the St. Louis Jewish News article “Jews in the News: February 2014.”

Ciera Simril, a senior sociology major, wrote the Feb. 12 St. Louis American article “Listening to Mom’s heartbeat – and snore.”

Lana Stein, professor emeritus of political science, was quoted Feb. 10 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch article “Two years out, former Speaker Hanaway says she’s running for governor.” She wrote the Feb. 9 St. Louis Public Radio and the Beacon commentary “Obama, Christie and Dooley through a Machiavellian lens.”

Todd Swanstrom, the E. Desmond Lee Professor of Community Collaboration and Public Policy, discussed neighborhood development revitalization on the Feb. 6 episode of “Stay Tuned,” a program on KETC (Channel 9). Swanstrom was quoted Feb. 28 in the St. Louis Public Radio and The Beacon article “Lugar: Combining governments can bring new life to urban communities.”

Kenneth Thomas, professor of political science, was mentioned Feb. 12 in the BloombergBusinessweek article “Billionaire Musk gets Brownsville to pay for SpaceX.” He was mentioned Feb. 25 in the Al Jazeera America article “The shocking numbers behind corporate welfare.

Stacy West, executive and artistic director of MADCO, the university’s resident dance company, was quoted Feb. 22 in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch article “End of ‘Dancing in the Street’ called a step backward.”

Dan Younger, professor of art, was featured on the Feb. 21 episode of “Cityscape,” a program on St. Louis Public Radio | 90.7 KWMU.  Younger was featured Feb. 20 in the LENSCRATCH article “Dan Younger: Travel Places.”

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Eye on UMSL: Sweet ride
Eye on UMSL: Sweet ride

Triton Leaders Allison Lendman, Ashley Schauwecker and Cole McWilliams take a seat in the newly wrapped, UMSL-branded red golf cart outside the Millennium Student Center.

Eye on UMSL: Sweet ride

Triton Leaders Allison Lendman, Ashley Schauwecker and Cole McWilliams take a seat in the newly wrapped, UMSL-branded red golf cart outside the Millennium Student Center.

Eye on UMSL: Sweet ride

Triton Leaders Allison Lendman, Ashley Schauwecker and Cole McWilliams take a seat in the newly wrapped, UMSL-branded red golf cart outside the Millennium Student Center.