Faculty in the News: March 1, 2011

bruce-bullock-fox-business-300.jpgBruce Bullock, Maguire Energy Institute, Cox School of Business, talked about how higher oil and gas prices are affecting the U.S. economy with The Los Angeles Times. (3/1/2011) In addition, he discussed Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s prediction that oil could reach $300 a barrel in an article published in The Fort Worth Star-Telegram. (2/28/2011) He also discussed the disruptions of the energy market caused by unrest in the Middle East with FOX Business Feb. 24, 2011. Watch Bullock’s FOX Business commentary in a new window. video

David Meltzer, Anthropology, Dedman College, commented on the discovery of an 11,500-year-old cremation site in Alaska that contains the oldest human remains yet discovered in northern North America for an article published by New Scientist Feb. 24, 2011.

Cal Jillson, Political Science, Dedman College, discussed the lack of population growth in Dallas over the last decade with The New York Times Feb. 25, 2011. He also talked about Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert stepping down and Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway moving into the mayor’s office with KERA Radio Feb. 23, 2011. Listen to Jillson’s KERA commentary here. audio

Willard Spiegelman, English, Dedman College, wrote about Houston’s John and Dominique de Menil Collection for The Wall Street Journal Feb. 26, 2011.

Robert Jordan, Diplomat-in-Residence with SMU’s Tower Center for Political Studies and former U.S. ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, talked with Bloomberg Television Live Feb. 24, 2011, about Saudi Arabia and the current upheaval in the Middle East. Watch Jordan’s Middle East commentary in a new window. video