Media Coverage: June 2016

by | Jul 18, 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.

Michael Cosmopoulos, Hellenic Government-Karakas Family Foundation Endowed Professor of Greek Studies
PBS: detailing discoveries found at the Iklaina dig site

Perry Drake, assistant professor of business
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: viewpoint on what LinkedIn merging with Microsoft might yield

Greg Geisler, associate professor of accounting
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: considering the financial strategy behind Save-A-Lot’s recent restructuring

Tim Hebel, BS 2016, founder of Beanstalk Web Solutions
West End Word: notes from his spring 2016 commencement speech

Beth Huebner, associate professor of criminology
CNN: how current child support initiative can be financially crippling, create cycles of incarceration
St. Louis Public Radio: MacArthur grant’s expected impact on county jail population

Jennifer McKnight, associate professor of graphic design
St. Louis Public Radio: the history and importance of typeface in St. Louis

Jerome Morris, E. Desmond Lee Endowed Professor of Urban Education Professor
Columbia Daily Tribune: his research on behalf of St. Louis Public Schools into desegregation’s effects

Dave Robertson, political science department chair
KRCU: predictions for the Missouri primaries

William Rogers, associate professor of economics
Bloomberg: the impact of large businesses leaving St. Louis

Richard Rosenfeld, Founders Professor of criminology and criminal justice
St. Louis Post–Dispatch: how to improve methodology on a yearly racial-profiling report
The New York Times: hypothesizing the cause of recent national increase in violent crime
Salon, The Washington Post and NPR: how the “Ferguson Effect” may explain increases in violent crime

Kenneth Thomas, professor and research fellow in the Center for International Studies
Richmond Times-Dispatch: the cost of Stone Brewing Co.’s expansion for Richmond, Virginia
San Diego Reader: the difficulty of finding transparent documentation for corporate welfare

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Eye on UMSL: A day in the life
Eye on UMSL: A day in the life

Students from UMSL’s College of Optometry and College of Nursing participated in a simulation designed to expose them to the complexities of poverty.

Eye on UMSL: A day in the life

Students from UMSL’s College of Optometry and College of Nursing participated in a simulation designed to expose them to the complexities of poverty.

Eye on UMSL: A day in the life

Students from UMSL’s College of Optometry and College of Nursing participated in a simulation designed to expose them to the complexities of poverty.