UST in the News for Feb. 11, 2014 St. Thomas Newsroom February 11, 2014 College of Arts and Sciences “Missing a canine companion and winter walks,” Star Tribune, Jan. 28. Commentary by Communication and Journalism adjunct professor Kitty Shea. “Pope Francis Chicago Archbishop Appointment Will Steer Direction Of U.S. Catholic Church,” Huffington Post, Jan. 30. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted. “General Mills brings back interracial family for Super Bowl spot,” Minnesota Public Radio, Jan. 31. Communication and Journalism professor John Purdy is quoted. “Caritas head stresses need for accompaniment with poor,” Catholic San Francisco, Feb. 4. John A. Ryan Institute for Catholic Social Thought director Michael Noughton is quoted. “Art rescued by ‘Monuments Men’ spotlighted at MIA,” Pioneer Press, Feb. 5. Art History alumna and MIA curator Erika Holmquist-Wall is quoted. “Panel looks at impact of ‘Gaudium et Spes’ on Catholic higher education,” National Catholic Reporter, Feb. 5. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted. “Rosenblum: It’s about time for a woman to be Minnesota’s governor,” Star Tribune, Feb. 6. Communication and Journalism professor Debra Petersen is quoted. “Pope Francis’ openness to debates on marriage, gender and sex attracts believers in Catholic Church,” Voice of Russia, Feb. 11. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted. College of Education, Leadership and Counseling “Fear of falling on ice is physical and mental problem,” Star Tribune, Jan. 25. Graduate School of Professional Psychology professor Chris Vye is quoted. Opus College of Business “Outside Consultant: Are smartphones helping or hurting businesses?” Star Tribune, Jan. 26. Opus College of Business professor David Alexander is quoted. “Love Your Melon Foundation Takes Its Message (and Wrap) Nationwide,” Sign Builder Illustrated, Jan. 27. Entrepreneurship students Brian Keller and Zachary Quinn are mentioned. “Cold Snap Puts Chill on Local Economy,” KSTP, Jan. 28. Opus College of Business professor David Vang is quoted. “Juice kiosks set up shop in downtown Minneapolis skyway,” Pioneer Press, Jan. 29. UST students L.J. Stead, Kamal Mohamed and Eric Ploeger are mentioned. “Mpls.-Based ‘Drumlite’ To Light Up Super Bowl Drum Kits,” WCCO, Jan. 29. UST alumni Joey Nesbitt and Jeff Sevaldson are featured. “Maker of blood-clotting powder for pets raises $500K,” Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, Jan. 31. The Norris Institute of the Opus College of Business and alumni Michael and Susan Wuollett. “Inside Twin Cities’ housing market rebound: It’s real, but uneven,” Star Tribune, Feb. 1. Opus College of Business professor Herb Tousley is quoted. “Outside Consultant: Setting up a franchising network,” Star Tribune, Feb. 5. Schulze School of Entrepreneurship director Mark Spriggs is quoted. “Target CFO to Take Center Stage on Capitol Hill,” KSTP, Feb. 3. Opus College of Business professor David Vang is quoted. “Small business: Merger unites firms specializing in elder law,” Star Tribune, Feb. 9. Twin Cities Small Business Development Center director Mike Ryan is quoted. School of Engineering “Attack poverty with manageable steps,” Star Tribune, Feb. 2. Commentary by School of Engineering professor emeritus Fred Zimmerman. School of Law “Don’t rush into juvenile parole reform in Mich.,” The Detroit News, Jan. 29. Commentary by School of Law professor Mark Osler. “Man charged after 2 ex-girlfriends’ sex tapes put on Facebook,” Pioneer Press, Jan. 29. School of Law professor Mark Osler is quoted. “Humphrey Public Affairs panel agrees: King’s Dream remains a dream, not our reality,” Minnesota Spokesman Recorder, Jan. 30. School of Law professor Nekima Levy-Pounds is quoted. “As pioneers pass, new generation of African-American leaders quietly steps up,” Star Tribune, Feb. 5. School of Law professor Nekima Levy-Pounds is quoted. “Why Black America desperately needs another Charles Hamilton Houston,” Insight News, Feb. 6. Commentary by School of Law professor Artika Tyner. “‘School-to-prison pipeline’ must end, lawyers and educators say,” ABA Journal, Feb. 7. School of Law professor Artika Tyner is quoted. Additional headlines featuring students and alumni “SportsData: Fantasy stats, real money,” Pioneer Press, Jan. 25. A sports stats company that employs St. Thomas students and operates on campus is profiled. “Former Pennings star John Schneider shapes Seahawks’ run to NFL’s big stage,” Green Bay Press Gazette, Jan. 29. UST alumnus and Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneder is featured. “Whicker: Schneider is ‘Hawks’ eye for talent,” Orange County Register, Jan. 29. UST alumnus and Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneder is featured. “Tommies Blog: Hannon Takes Call To Play In Australia,” WCCO, Jan. 31. Former Tommie basketball player Tommy Hannon is featured. “All drive, all heart: From De Pere to Seattle, Schneider has remained the same,” Packers News, Feb. 2. UST alumnus and Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneder is featured. “Serby’s Super Sunday Q&A with John Schneider,” New York Post, Feb. 2. UST alumnus and Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneder is featured.