SU in the News: Friday, February 25, 2011
SU NEWS AND EVENTS COVERAGE
Caroline Stinson, affiliate artist in the College of Visual and Performing Arts, is featured in the Edmonton Journal for her homecoming cello concert for the Edmonton Recital Society.
The Greater Binghamton Business Journal briefly noted Walter Broadnax, Distinguished Professor of Public Administration in the Maxwell School, is to serve on a New York state panel exploring how to increase participation by minority- and women-owned businesses in state contracting.
The Post-Standard featured SU Library’s Special Collections Research Center and its project to archive the personal papers of the late William Safire; a project made possible through a grant from the Dana Foundation.
The Post-Standard and YNN News featured yesterday’s “Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day” at the L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science, and sponsored by JPMorgan Chase. The coverage also included an online slideshow of the day’s photos.
9WSYR briefly reported on Connective Corridor plans to replace some trees along its route.
The Photography and Literacy Project, directed by Stephen Mahan for the Coalition of Museum and Art Centers (CMAC), for students in Syracuse city schools, was featured in the Post-Standard Progress 2011 issue. John Liddy, entrepreneur in residence at Syracuse Tech Garden and director of the Syracuse Student Sandbox program, and Anthony Rotolo, assistant professor of practice in the iSchool, are also featured in the edition.
The Post-Standard previewed the Syracuse Stage production of August Wilson’s “Radio Golf,” with a focus on Timothy Bond, producing artistic director of Syracuse Stage and the department of drama in the College of Visual and Performing Arts, and his goal to present all 10 plays in Wilson’s “20th Century Cycle.”
The Eagle noted that The Stand online news magazine has reintroduced a print version with its February issue.
David Cay Johnston, distinguished visiting lecturer in the College of Law, authored a Tax.com column on Wisconsin’s state pension system; the column was republished in the Huffington Post and cited in the National Journal.
Horace Campbell, professor of African American Studies in The College of Arts and Sciences, and professor of political science in the Maxwell School, is mentioned in the New York Times Arts Section for his participation in an upcoming panel discussion “DuBois’ Vision and Pan-Africanism Today” at the Brooklyn Public Library.
Changyong Choi, research fellow in social science at the Maxwell School, is quoted in the New York Times on North Korea’s state of economic development.
A review of the Commentary magazine article “Terrorism and Piracy: The New Alliance” co-authored by Tara Helfman, assistant professor in the College of Law, appeared in the American Diplomacy journal.
Harriet Brown, assistant professor of magazine journalism in the Newhouse School, was interviewed by WAER on Project BodyTalk, in recognition of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. She also spoke with KSL News Radio 102.7 in Salt Lake City on eating disorders and the Internet.
Anthony Rotolo, assistant professor of practice in the iSchool, posted a blog entry to the official Star Trek site about the class he is teaching this semester, “Star Trek and the Information Age.” Rotolo also demonstrated a phone app electronic resource for home safety in a CNY Central (watch clip) report on remotely checking on your home’s interiors.
David M. Crane L’80, professor of practice in the College of Law, spoke with BBC World News and is quoted in the Stratfor and PRI “The World” on Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi as the principal party responsible for a decade of warfare in West Africa.
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