Ray Wimer, professor of retail practice in the Whitman School, was interviewed for the International Business Times piece “Can JC Penny Perform a Magic Act As It Emerges From Bankruptcy?” Wimer, an expert on the retail industry, says that the…
SU in the News: Thursday, August 6, 2009
Nancy Snow, associate professor of public diplomacy at the Newhouse School, authored a Huffington Post column on former President Bill Clinton’s recent diplomatic mission to North Korea.
The College of Law’s Cold Case Justice Initiative is mentioned in a Concordia Sentinel article on the civil rights-era death of Wharlest Jackson, Sr. Paula Johnson, professor of law, is quoted.
Larry Elin, associate professor in the Newhouse School, authored a column on social media for OurBlook.
Jessica Heckman, promotions coordinator at Syracuse University’s Light Work and Community Darkrooms, was quoted in a Post-Standard article on the upcoming “Intermissions” exhibition by artist Barry Anderson. SUArt Galleries, Community Folk Art Center, The Warehouse Gallery, the Urban Video Project and Orange TV Network were also mentioned. A video link is available here.
SU was mentioned in reports by the Associated Press and WMGM-TV (Linwood, N.J.) about the Libyan government’s request for compassionate release of convicted Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi, who is serving a life sentence in Scotland.
The School of Education’s upcoming three-day summer leadership institute on “Equity, Inclusion and Excellence: How Leadership Can Transform Schools for All Learners,” was mentioned in the Post-Standard. The column also briefly reported on the “Say Yes” summer camp program (second news item).