SU in the News: Thursday, October 1
The Washington Post quoted Leonard Burman, Daniel Patrick Moynihan Professor of Public Affairs in the Maxwell School, in an article on singling out “Cadillac” health insurance plans.
David Pogue of the New York Times reported on his recent experience at SU’s Cultural Diplomacy symposium, and his conversation with world-renowned choreographer Shen Wei, in his Pogue’s Post column.
The Associated Press reported on a Newhouse class taught by Douglas Brode, adjunct professor of television, radio and film, that examines “The Twilight Zone” television series.
The Entrepreneurs Bootcamp in the Whitman School of Management is featured in the Oct./Nov. 2009 issue of CNY Business Exchange. Mirza Tihic, program manager, is quoted in the article.
WAER interviewed iSchool social media strategist and adjunct faculty member Anthony Rotolo and others at the Verizon-sponsored “Online Safety Forum” at Hendricks Chapel on Wednesday. Rotolo also appeared on a WSYR-TV segment on Thursday about online safety.
Syracuse City Eagle reported on how iSchool interns are preparing archive materials from the Baldwinsville Public Library for online access.
The Post-Standard reported briefly on the “One on One: Frank Langella and Ted Koppel” event selling out.