Media Coverage: May 2016

by | Jun 2, 2016

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.

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.

Jim Craig, chair of the Department of Military and Veterans Studies
St. Louis Public Radio: how the Telling Project fosters civilian understanding of the military experience
St. Louis Public Radio: “St. Louis on the Air” interview about the Telling Project

David Klinger, professor of criminology and criminal justice
Creative Loafing: considering the details surrounding an officer-involved shooting

Tom Meuser, associate professor of gerontology and social work
The Common Reader: how older adults contribute to society through storytelling

Raleigh Muns, reference librarian at Thomas Jefferson Library
St. Louis Public Radio: on performing in “Telling: St. Louis” and his experience in the U.S. Navy

Jianli Pan, assistant professor of computer science
Homeland Security Today: the unique features of UMSL’s cyber security program

David Robertson, professor of political science
The Hill: how Donald Trump could be a hindrance to GOP senators

Martin Rochester, Curators’ Teaching Professor of political science
St. Louis Jewish Light: weighing the reasoning behind which historical figures appear on currency

Richard Rosenfeld, Founders Professor of criminology and criminal justice
KTVO.com: considering how public scrutiny may affect policing
MSN.com: defining the “Ferguson Effect”
Star Tribune: the paucity of data charting the consequences of regular civilian shootings
The Guardian: weighing in on the validity of the “Ferguson Effect”
The News Journal: how the “Ferguson Effect” might influence community policing

James V. Shuls, assistant professor of educational leadership and policy studies
Stay Tuned: understanding the conflict between the state of Missouri and the St. Louis public school system

Wally Siewert, assistant professor of philosophy
The Kansas City Star: the difficulty of correcting conflicts of interest in politics

Dale Singer, St. Louis Public Radio education reporter
Stay Tuned: understanding the conflict between the state of Missouri and the St. Louis public school system

Harold Taylor, student veteran and social work senior
St. Louis Public Radio: “St. Louis on the Air” interview about the Telling Project

Jacqueline Thompson, assistant professor of theater
St. Louis Public Radio: “St. Louis on the Air” interview about the Telling Project
St. Louis Public Radio: on working with performers new to the stage

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