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.

James Campbell, professor of management science and information systems
Atlas Obscura: strange ways cities deal with snow pileup

Gail Fleming, associate teaching professor of music
Belleville News-Democrat: inspiring Molly Venzke, the author of “Caged No More” and screenwriter for the movie “Caged No More”

Lawrence Frederick, chief information officer for ITS Operations
University Business: future trends in higher education

Chancellor Tom George
HEC-TV: an in-depth conversation with Chancellor Tom George

Beth Huebner, professor of criminology and criminal justice
The St. Louis American: Mayor Slay’s appointment of 15 members to his reconstituted Commission on Violent Crime

Daniel Isom II, Endowed Professor of Policing and the Community
Inlander: analysis of a police shooting in Spokane, Wash.

Terry Jones, Founders Professor of Political Science
St. Louis Public Radio: St. Louis voters and the newest generation at the polls

David Klinger, professor of criminology and criminal justice
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: drug and alcohol testing of officers after shootings and wrecks
St. Louis Public Radio: use of police force as dictated by Supreme Court decisions

Joyce M. Mushaben, Curators’ Professor of Comparative Politics & Gender Policies
Albuquerque Journal: the relationship between Angela Merkel and Vladmir Putin
CNN: the contributing factors to assaults against women in Cologne, Germany

Dave Robertson, political science department chairman
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Governor Jay Nixon’s political leverage
St. Louis Public Radio: Ethics and Missouri lawmakers

Richard Rosenfeld, Founders Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
The Advocate: heroin’s potential role in the rise in killings
The Washington Post: heroin as possible cause for increased murders in 2014

Wally Siewert: director of the Center for Ethics in Public Life
The Tennessean: state harassment policy in Tennessee

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Eye on UMSL: Taking the oath
Eye on UMSL: Taking the oath

Members of the College of Optometry’s 2026 graduating class recite the Optometric Oath during the 25th annual White Coat Ceremony on May 17.

Eye on UMSL: Taking the oath

Members of the College of Optometry’s 2026 graduating class recite the Optometric Oath during the 25th annual White Coat Ceremony on May 17.

Eye on UMSL: Taking the oath

Members of the College of Optometry’s 2026 graduating class recite the Optometric Oath during the 25th annual White Coat Ceremony on May 17.

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Sophomore Wilma Zanderau earned All-American honors for the second straight year after tying for 10th at the NCAA Division II Women’s Golf Championship.