“Pope Francis and the New Values Debate,” Time, Aug. 4. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted.
“The Hidden Curriculum,” Inside Higher Ed, Aug. 4. Q & A with Sociology and Criminal Justices professor Buffy Smith.
“Lots of summer job switching in local education media,” MinnPost, Aug. 11. Retired ThreeSixty Journalism director Lynda McDonnell is mentioned.
“Younger Generation is Delaying Home Buying,” KSTP, July 29. Director of real estate programs Herb Tousley is quoted.
“Good Question: Why Are We Waiting Longer To Buy Homes?” WCCO, July 30. Research from the Shenehon Center for Real Estate is referenced.
“What’s Ahead for Target, New CEO,” KSTP, July 31. Finance professor Dave Vang is quoted.
“Millennials could hold the key to housing recovery,” Star Tribune, Aug. 3. Tousley is quoted.
“Colleges cater to students’ entrepreneurial ambitions,” MPR, Aug. 4. Entrepreneurship professor Alec Johnson is quoted.
“TargetExpress coming to Highland Crossing shopping center,” Star Tribune, Aug. 5. Institute for Retail Excellence co-director Dave Brennan is quoted.
“Minimum wage: Stillwater cafe owner decided to be transparent. The audacity.” Pioneer Press, Aug. 9. Finance professor John Spry is quoted.
“New outlet mall in Eagan signals a retailing shift,” Star Tribune, Aug. 10. Brennan is quoted.
“Outside Consultant: Selling a family business,” Star Tribune, Aug. 10. Entrepreneurship professor Ritch Sorenson is quoted.
“Small business: Prescription for growth,” Star Tribune, Aug. 10. Management professor Jack Militello is quoted.
“Archbishop on Reporting Alleged Abuse: I Just Don’t Remember,” KSTP, July 31. School of Law professor Charles Reid is quoted.
“Court revives death-row inmate’s complaint that prison read his mail,” Cronkite News, Aug. 11. School of Law professor Gregory Sisk is quoted.
“Inmate mail to attorney is protected, court rules,” Arizona Daily Star, Aug. 11. Sisk is quoted.
In other news
“St. Thomas president issues plan for adjunct faculty,” Star Tribune, July 30.