• UST in the News for August 15, 2013

    “Climate scientists cooperate to fend off legal, personal challenges,” Minnesota Public Radio, July 18. School of Engineering professor John Abraham is quoted.

    “Schafer: Housing ‘recovery’ doesn’t mean new records,” Star Tribune, July 19. Opus College of Business professor Herb Tousley is quoted.

    “Affordable health care is within our reach,” Mankato Free Press, July 19. Chair of the National Institute for Health Policy Dave Durenberger is quoted.

    “Edina home sale to benefit St. Thomas,” Sun Current, July 19.

    “The promise and peril of a papal visit,” The Economist. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted.

    “Beyond Bounds: Steve Maher’s Having A Better Summer Than You,” WCCO, July 20. Tommie baseball player Steve Maher is profiled.

    “Body clock: Best times to eat, sleep and exercise,” Star Tribune, July 20. Health and Human Performance professor Paul Mellick is quoted.

    “Ask the Consultant: Finding outside investors,” Star Tribune, July 21. Opus College of Business professor Alec Johnson is quoted.

    “Boat lift buoys Minnesota manufacturer’s fortunes,” Star Tribune, July 22. Opus College of Business professor Debasish Mallick is quoted.

    “Conflicts arise over accused priest living at St. Joseph’s in Oradell,” NorthJersey.com, July 23. School of Law professor Charles Reid is quoted.

    “Target Center Renovation Talks Hit a Snag,” KSTP, Aug. 23. Opus College of Business professor John Wendt is quoted.

    “Pope well versed with symbolism grasps importance of Rio visit,” The Irish Times, July 23. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted.

    “Surviving the family road trip,” Star Tribune, July 24. Family Studies professor Carol Bruess is quoted.

    “2 Kids Battling Cancer Ruled The Sky Today,” WCCO, July 24. Entrepreneurship students’ business Love Your Melon is featured.

    “’Love Your Melon’ Helps Kids with Cancer Take Flight,” KSTP, July 24. Entrepreneurship students’ business Love Your Melon is featured.

    “Mark Osler, guest columnist: No matter the outcome, prosecutors cannot escape effects of tragedy,” Waco Tribune-Herald, July 26. Commentary by School of Law professor Mark Osler.

    “Surprise! You own a company,” Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, July 26. Opus College of Business professor Ritch Sorenson is quoted.

    “REVIEW: “So Far, So Good,” by Ralph Salisbury,” Star Tribune, July 28. Book review by English professor Elizabeth Wilkinson.

    “Catholics react to Pope’s comments on gay clergy,” KARE, July 29. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted.

    “Downtown Minneapolis in Midst of a Building Boom,” KSTP, July 29. Opus College of Business professor Tom Musil is quoted.

    “Edina house to serve as learning lab,” Star Tribune, July 29. The Shenehon Center for Real Estate is mentioned.

    “Pope Francis Says He Won’t Judge Gays,” WCCO, July 29. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted.

    “Business Matters: Jobs of tomorrow,” Twelve.tv, July 29.

    “SCHOOL SUPPLIES: Financial jitters have families spending less,” KMSP, July 29. Opus College of Business professor Lorman Lundsten is quoted.

    “Uptown Art Fair Celebrates 50 Years,” KSTP, July 31. Opus College of Business professor Charles “Mel” Gray is quoted.

    “Bill Gates tests higher education with competency,” Metro, July 31. College of Education, Leadership and Counseling professor Stephen Brookfield is quoted.

    “35W Bridge collapse remnants released; 6 year anniversary,” KARE, Aug. 1. School of Engineering dean Don Weinkauf is quoted.

    “The Pope Said ‘Gay’ — What Happens Next?” The Huffington Post, Aug. 1. Commentary by School of Law professor Charles Reid.

    “Impact of the Pope’s Comments on Gays,” KSTP, Aug. 3. School of Law professor Charles Reid is quoted.

    “Expert says steroid suspensions could spur stiffer penalties,” KARE, Aug. 4. Opus College of Business professor John Wendt is quoted.

    “Having the right kind of bucket list,” Minnesota Public Radio, Aug. 6. Former dean of the College of Education, Leadership and Counseling Bruce Kramer is featured.

    “2012 called one of 10 warmest years on record,” Pioneer Press, Aug. 6. School of Engineering professor John Abraham is quoted.

    “Is The Cost Of College Even Worth It? This Analysis Says So,” WCCO, Aug. 7.

    “Big Money Spent on Homes Near University of St. Thomas,” KSTP, Aug. 8.

    “Credit rating tumbles for Vadnais Heights after cutting rink,” KMSP, Aug. 8. Opus College of Business professor David Vang is quoted.

    “Children’s hospital patients enjoy afternoon of fun,” KARE, Aug. 8. Entrepreneurship students’ business Love Your Melon is featured.

    “In light of shrinking enrollments, Twin Cities law schools tighten their belts,” Star Tribune, Aug. 10. School of Law dean Rob Vischer is quoted.

    “Mark Osler, Board of Contributors: Unlike the Finns, some elements of our society take pride in criminality,” Waco Tribune-Herald, Aug. 11. Commentary by School of Law professor Mark Osler.

    “After 75 years since minimum wage established, workers still struggle,” Catholic Chronicle, Aug. 11. John A. Ryan Institute director Michael Naughton is quoted.

    “Good Question: Why Do We Like 70-Degree Temps?” WCCO, Aug. 11. Health and Human Performance professor Tim Mead is quoted.

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