• UST in the News for Sept. 17, 2013

    “Due diligence to delay stadium pacts,” Finance and Commerce, Aug. 13. Opus College of Business professor John Wendt is quoted.

    “Bob Sansevere talks with St. Thomas assistant basketball coach Jay Pivec,” Pioneer Press, Aug. 15.

    “Why Eric Holder’s drug policy changes won’t work,” Star Tribune, Aug. 17. Commentary by School of Law professor Mark Osler.

    “Archbishop Chaput’s right-wing funk,” National Catholic Reporter, Aug. 17. Commentary by School of Law professor Charles Reid.

    “One Small Way To Restore Catholic Culture,” Crisis Magazine, Aug. 19. Commentary by philosophy professor Rachel Lu.

    “$9 Million MNsure Marketing Campaign Kicks Off,” KSTP, Aug. 19. Opus College of Business professor Lorman Lunsten is quoted.

    “Federal Judge Strikes Down Oklahoma’s Anti-Shariah Amendment,” Southern Poverty Law Center, Aug. 19. School of Law dean Robert Vischer is quoted.

    “Minn. Company Hopes You Bet Against Mother Nature,” KSTP, Aug. 19. Opus College of Business professor Lorman Lunsten is quoted.

    “75 years after minimum wage set, workers still struggle,” Catholic San Francisco, Aug. 19. John A. Ryan Institute for Catholic Social Thought director Michael Naughton is quoted.

    “Minnesota Wild Minority Owner, Hedge Fund Fined $18M,” KSTP, Aug. 21. Opus College of Business professor David Vang is quoted.

    “Top 5 hottest free items at the Minnesota State Fair,” Star Tribune, Aug. 22. The Minnesota State Fair giveaway purple UST tote bags are mentioned.

    “Seminarians establish bonds at convocation,” The Catholic Globe, Aug. 23. Catholic Studies professor Father Michael Keating is quoted.

    “Twins Get Into Food Truck Business,” KSTP, Aug. 23.Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

    “Well-run companies the key determinant of strong, competitive communities,” Civic Caucus, Aug. 23. School of Engineering professor emeritus Fred Zimmerman is quoted.

    “’I have a dream’ speech to be remembered 50 years later with Humphrey School panel,” MinnPost, Aug. 23. School of Law professor Nekima Levy-Pounds is quoted.

    “Critics bash ‘dimwitted’ attack on Archbishop Chaput,” Catholic News Agency, Aug. 23. School of Law professor Charles Reid is quoted.

    “Ask the consultant: Setting social media strategy,” Star Tribune, Aug. 25. Master of Business Communication director Michael Porter is quoted.

    “Hussein Samatar, a Somali-American political pioneer, dies,” Minnesota Public Radio, Aug. 25.

    “District mourns Samatar,” Downtown Journal, Aug. 26.

    “Hussein Samatar leaves rich Minneapolis legacy,” Star Tribune, Aug. 26.

    “Home median sale price down, Twin Cities housing market continues to bounce back,” KMSP, Aug. 27. Opus College of Business professor Herb Tousley is quoted.

    “Twin Cities home prices slip 2.7% in July,” Pioneer Press, Aug. 27. Opus College of Business professor Herb Tousley is quoted.

    “A strong report for the Twin Cities from the June Case-Shiller report,” Star Tribune, Aug. 27. Opus College of Business professor Herb Tousley is quoted.

    “Subcontractors’ stadium fears confirmed,” Finance and Commerce, Aug. 27. Opus College of Business professor John Wendt is quoted.

    “50 years after the March on Washington: It’s time to arise to today’s civil-rights challenges,” MinnPost, Aug. 28. Commentary by School of Law professor Nekima Levy-Pounds.

    “Housing price recovery slows nationally, Case-Shiller report shows,” Star Tribune, Aug. 28. Opus College of Business professor Herb Tousley is quoted.

    “Minnetonka firm rides the oil wave in North Dakota,” Star Tribune, Aug. 28. Opus College of Business professor Herb Tousley is quoted.

    “Bob Sansevere: Q&A with St. Thomas football coach Glenn Caruso,” Pioneer Press, Aug. 28.

    “Melinda Gates featured in new comic book,” KING 5, Aug. 28.  The work of UST senior Melissa Seymour is mentioned.

    “Good Question: What Makes A Speech Timeless?” WCCO, Aug. 28. Communication and Journalism professor Kevin Sauter is quoted.

    “Music with Minnesotans puts Kramer’s music, not ALS, front and center,” Minnesota Public Radio, Aug. 28. The music of former College of Education, Leadership and Counseling dean Bruce Kramer is featured.

    “UN climate report: Human activity primary influence on warming,” Minnesota Public Radio, Aug. 29. Engineering professor John Abraham is quoted.

    “Ask the consultant: Plan your marketing,” Star Tribune, Sept. 1. Opus College of Business professor Kim Ragan Sovell is quoted.

    “A long time coming: The future of prison phone justice reform,” Insight News, Sept. 3. Commentary by School of Law professor Artika R. Tyner.

    “Back-to-School Resolution: Let’s Stop Firing Gays and Gay-Rights Supporters,” Huffington Post, Aug. 29. Commentary by School of Law professor Charles Reid.

    “Good Question: Why Are Fantasy Sports So Popular?” WCCO, Sept. 3. Men’s basketball coach and Department of Psychology professor John Tauer is quoted.

    “’War Begets War, Violence Begets Violence,’” Huffington Post, Sept. 4. Commentary by School of Law professor Charles Reid.

    “Chelsea Manning seeks presidential pardon for leaking secrets ‘out of a love for my country,’” Star Tribune, Sept. 4. School of Law professor Mark Osler is quoted.

    “How the new Tommie president sees her role,” Minnesota Public Radio, Sept. 5. President Julie Sullivan is interviewed.

    “Arctic sea ice delusions strike the Mail on Sunday and Telegraph,” The Guardian, Sept. 8. Commentary by School of Engineering professor John Abraham.

    “Mark Osler, Board of Contributors: An act of faith, not a promise of wealth,” Waco Tribune, Sept. 8. Commentary by School of Law professor Mark Osler.

    “Ask the consultant: Managing local team vs. outsourced team,” Star Tribune, Sept. 8. Opus College of Business professor Ernest L. Owens Jr.is quoted.

    “Rural manufacturing leads Minnesota rebound after years of contraction,” Star Tribune, Sept. 9. School of Engineering professor emeritus Fred Zimmerman is quoted.

    “Papa e antipapa. La lettera rivelatrice di Francesco,” L’Huffington Post, Sept. 11. Commentary by theology professor Massimo Faggioli (written in Italian).

    “Selling Minnesota: Schools band together to target international students,” Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, Sept. 11. Director of international admissions Christina Hilpipre-Frischman is quoted.

    “Should retailers like Target embrace ‘showrooming’?” MinnPost, Sept. 11. Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted.

    “Las Posturas sobre el celibate prometen una polemica en la Iglesia,” Tiempo Argentina, Sept. 12. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted (written in Spanish).

    “’Below-the-radar’ tax changes keep adding up,” Pioneer Press, Sept. 14. Economics professor John Spry is quoted.

    “Ask the Consultant: Remote interns,” Star Tribune Sept. 15. Opus College of Business professor Steven Warren is quoted.

    “TN Marketing of Wayzata launches paid YouTube channels,” Star Tribune, Sept. 15. Master of Business Communications program director Michael Porter is quoted.

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