Faculty in the News: Dec. 14, 2010

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Faculty in the News: Dec. 14, 2010

Al Niemi, Dean, Cox School of Business, and Cox faculty members discussed how unemployment and the lack of job creation could make 2011 a worse economic year than 2010 in an article that appeared in The Dallas Business Journal Dec. 9, 2010.

Cal Jillson, Political Science, Dedman College, talked with The Calgary Herald about the political implications of establishment Republicans’ recent questioning of Sarah Palin’s fitness for elected office. The article appeared in the paper’s Dec. 4, 2010 edition. He also talked with The Houston Chronicle about Texas Governor Rick Perry’s plans to take his anti-Washington message national as the new chairman of the Republican Governors Association. The story was published Dec. 5, 2010.

William Lawrence, Dean, Perkins School of Theology, talked about how fear can be supplanted by hope in a commentary for KERA 90.1 FM public radio that aired Dec. 8, 2010. Listen to Lawrence’s KERA broadcast here. audio

In addition, Lawrence discussed whether a Dallas-based website identifying businesses as “naughty” for not acknowledging Christmas is inappropriate for the season with The Dallas Morning News Dec. 8, 2010. He also wrote about the moral argument in favor of the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act for the DMN’s “Texas Faith” column.

Nathan Cortez, SMU Dedman School of LawBud Weinstein, Maguire Energy Institute, Cox School of Business, discussed with The Dallas Morning News the possible effects on Texas if Congress votes to let Bush-era tax cuts for the wealthy expire. The article appeared in the Dec. 2, 2010 edition.

Michael Cox, O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom, Cox School of Business, provided expertise for a Steve Blow column about what it means to call Texas “business friendly.” The piece ran in The Dallas Morning News Dec. 2, 2010.

Nathan Cortez (right), Dedman School of Law, talked with CBS 11 News about the battle between BlueCross BlueShield and Texas Health Resources that was precipitated by new requirements on insurers in the new health care law. The segment aired Dec. 2, 2010. Watch CBS 11 reporter Jack Fink’s story here. video

December 14, 2010|Faculty in the News|

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Faculty in the News: Sept. 28, 2010

Cover of 'The Creative Process Illustrated'Caroline Brettell, Anthropology, Dedman College, talked about birthright citizenship and the current controversy over the 14th Amendment with The New York Times’ Upfront Magazine Sept. 20, 2010.

Cal Jillson, Political Science, Dedman College, discussed the politics of candidates’ tax returns and the race for Texas governor with The Houston Chronicle Sept. 26, 2010.

Glenn Griffin, Temerlin Advertising Institute, Meadows School of the Arts, offered insight into the advertising creative process on the KERA Public Radio program “Think” Sept. 22, 2010. Griffin is co-author (with the University of Oregon’s Deborah Morrison) of The Creative Process Illustrated: How Advertising’s Big Ideas Are Born, published in September 2010 by How. Read more and listen to the interview with Krys Boyd. audio

September 28, 2010|Faculty in the News|

Faculty in the News: May 25, 2010

Cal Jillson, Political Science, Dedman College, talked about strides being made by the Tea Party and its potential impact on the Republican Party with The Toronto Star May 19, 2010. He also discussed Texans with clout in Washington, D.C., with The San Antonio Express-News May 18, 2010.

Jean Kazez, Philosophy, Dedman College, discussed her new book, Animalkind: What We Owe to Animals, with host Krys Boyd on the KERA 90.1 FM program “Think” May 19, 2010. Listen to or download the program. audio

Dwight Lee, O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom, Cox School of Business, wrote an essay on why businessmen may be more honest than preachers, politicians and professors that appeared in the Winter 2010 edition of The Independent Review.

Mel Fugate, Management and Organizations, Cox School of Business, discussed the lack of progress in efforts to control executive pay in companies blamed for helping create the recent economic crisis for an article that appeared in The Pittsburgh Post May 16, 2010.

Caroline Brettell, Anthropology, Dedman College, talked about the social, political and economic impact of Dallas-Fort Worth-area immigrants with host Krys Boyd on the KERA 90.1 FM program “Think” May 18, 2010. Listen to or download the program. audio

Mary Spector, Civil Clinic, Dedman School of Law, talked about how the accomplishments of her mother, retired Texas Supreme Court Justice Rose Spector, influenced her own law career for an article that appeared in The Texas Lawyer May 3, 2010.

May 25, 2010|Faculty in the News|

Faculty in the News: April 6, 2010

Bernard Weinstein, Maguire Energy Institute, Cox School of Business, talked about the hints of economic recovery in the latest car sales figures with NBC Channel 5 April 1, 2010. Read or watch the full story. video

In addition, Weinstein and John Lowe, Dedman School of Law, talked about President Obama’s new oil lease plan with National Public Radio April 2, 2010. Read or listen to the complete interview. audio

Matt Wilson, Political Science, Dedman College, discussed why 25 percent of millennials – Americans born after 1980 – have no religious affiliation in a Q&A with The Dallas Morning News April 1, 2010.

April 6, 2010|Faculty in the News|
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