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Media Seeks Faculty as Thought Leaders for Pandemic News Coverage
David Driesen, University Professor in the College of Law, authored the opinion piece “Why NY law requires absentee ballots in response to COVID-19.”
Tiffany Koszalka, professor in the School of Education, was interviewed for the NewsChannel 9 story “How to handle life at home during social distancing.”
Alan Mazur , professor of policy studies in the Maxwell School, was quoted in the Fast Company story “Why people are so easily fooled by conspiracy theories they read online.”
John Palmer, University Professor and dean emeritus of the Maxwell School, was quoted by U.S. News & World Report for the article “How to Access Social Security Benefits During the Coronavirus Pandemic.”
Patrick Penfield, assistant professor of supply chain practice and director of executive education in the Whitman School, was interviewed for the CNY Central story “Still seeing store shelves empty? Experts say supply chain is strong.”
Faculty members from Falk College (Anne Bellows, Rick Welsh, Evan Weissman, Mary Kiernan, Lynn Brann, Kay Stearns Bruening, Nichole Marie Beckwith, Chaya Charles, Elissa Johnson, Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern, Tanya Horacek, Sudha Raj, Jessica Redmond, Nancy Rindfuss, Jane Uzcategui, Margaret Voss and Jennifer Wilkinsco) co- authored the Syracuse.com opinion piece “From farm to factory to table, coronavirus pandemic challenges US food system.”