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Featured Media Coverage – Week of Aug. 21
Syracuse University thought leaders, events and research news were showcased in the following news outlets this week:
- Christopher Hamilton, assistant professor of television, radio, and film in the Newhouse School, was quoted in the LA Times article “Hollywood actors on strike, but many A-list celebrities still working. Inside side deals debate.”
- Gregory Germain, professor of law and director of the Bankruptcy Clinic in the College of Law, was interviewed for the Moneygeek.com piece “Best Personal Loans for Good Credit in August 2023.” He was also featured in a Local Now story about junk fees.
- Rick Burton, the David B. Falk Endowed Professor in the Falk School, was published in the Sports Business Journal article “Paralympic positivity making waves in Australia” and the Yahoo Sports story “NCAA Power Conferences Snap Up Schools in a Game of Risk”
- Liviu Movileanu, professor of physics in the College of Arts and Sciences, had research featured in the Genome Web article “New Biological Nanopore Sensor Enables Real-Time Detection of Aptamer-Small Molecule Interactions.”
- Patrick Penfield, professor of practice and supply chain management and director of executive education in the Whitman School, was interviewed for a WGRZ-TV (Buffalo, NY) news story and a Spectrum News Buffalo story.
- Shelly Palmer, professor of advanced media in residence in the Newhouse School, was quoted in the Spectrum News story “How to prevent getting scammed by AI voice-cloning software.”
- Heath Hanlin, associate professor in the College of Visual and Performing Arts, was quoted in the Lifewire story “Why a New Court Ruling Against AI Is a Victory for Human Artists.”
- Cydney Johnson, Vice President of Community Engagement and Government Relations, and Ellyn Riley, associate professor and director of the Aphasia Research Lab, were spotlighted in this month’s Syracuse Woman Magazine.
- Phil Arnold, associate professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted in the Activist Post article “Responses To Pope’s Repudiation of Doctrine of Discovery.”
- Olivia Stomski, professor of practice and director of the Newhouse Sports Media Center in the Newhouse School, was quoted in stories that ran in the Daily Mail and CNY Central.
- Ethan Coffel, assistant professor of geography in the Maxwell School, was quoted in the Bloomberg story “It’s Getting Too Hot for Airplanes.”
- Robert Murrett, Retired Vice Admiral and deputy director of the Syracuse University Institute for Security Policy and Law, was quoted in the POLITICO piece “China’s non-cooperation list lives on.”
- Scott Lathrop, professor of marketing practice in the Whitman School, was interviewed for the WalletHub story “Who Has the Cheapest Auto Insurance Quotes in New York?“
- Rachel Razza, associate professor and chair of the Human Development and Family Science Department in Falk College, was quoted in the Parents Magazine piece “Day and Night: The Back to School Routine.”
- Joel Kaplan, professor of magazine, news and digital journalism and associate dean of graduate programs in the Newhouse School, was interviewed for the CBC story “Canadian publishers and broadcasters call for investigation into Meta’s news blocking.”
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