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Quinnipiac In The News

The New York Times, Hilary Fussell Sisco
Hilary Fussell Sisco, professor and chair of strategic communication, was quoted in Aimee Ortiz's article for The New York Times. "Coronavirus Has Opened the Corporate Email Floodgates" was published March 22, 2020.

The Hill, John Thomas
John Thomas, professor of law, wrote an opinion piece that was featured in The Hill. "The Affordable Care Act — will it survive long past its 10th anniversary?" was published March 22, 2020.

Yahoo News, Zachary Cohle
Zachary Cohle, assistant professor of economics, was quoted in Rich Scinto's article for the Patch. "Coronavirus CT: Economic Whiplash Swift And Unprecedented" was published March 21, 2020. The article was picked up by Yahoo News. 

U.S. News & World Report, Rich Hanley
Rich Hanley, associate professor of journalism, was quoted in Andrew Larson's article for U.S. News & World Report. "State Rep Takes Ownership of Community Monthly Newspaper" was published March 16, 2020.

U.S. News & World Report, Osman Kilic
Osman Kilic, professor and chair of finance, was quoted in Geoff Williams' article for U.S. News & World Report. "What the Federal Reserve's Interest Rate Cut Means for Consumers" was published March 16, 2020.

The Associated Press, Hilary Fussell Sisco
Hilary Fussell Sisco, professor and chair of strategic communication, was quoted in Ted Anthony's article for The Associated Press. "Analysis: With unease, Americans lurch into coronavirus era" was published March 12, 2020.

Gulf News, Jaime Ullinger
Jaime Ullinger, associate professor and director of anthropology, was mentioned in Ashfaq Ahmed's article for Gulf News. "4,000-year-old human bones found in Ras Al Khaimah shed light on sophisticated Bronze Age life" was published March 11, 2020.  

Fox Business News, Fred McKinney
Fred McKinney, Carlton Highsmith Chair of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, director of the People's United Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and professor of entrepreneurship and strategy, wrote an opinion piece that was featured in Fox Business News. "Bob Iger's Disney legacy" was published February 29, 2020.

The Associated Press, William Dunlap
William Dunlap, professor of law, was quoted in Dave Collins’ article for The Associated Press. “Students’ arrest over slur prompts review of ridicule law” was published February 21, 2020. The article has been picked up by more than 300 different media platforms.

USA Today, Khalilah Brown-Dean
Khalilah Brown-Dean, associate professor of political science, was quoted in Nicholas Wu's article for USA Today. "Mike Bloomberg getting black support despite stop-and-frisk controversy" was published February 16, 2020. 

U.S. News & World Report, Scott McLean
Scott McLean, professor of political science and chair of philosophy and political science, and two political science students, Senaj Mersim’ 21 and John Hangen ’23, were quoted in Harrison Connery’s article for the Republican American. “Students on Front Row of New Hampshire Presidential Primary” was published February 11, 2020. The story was picked up by the U.S. News & World Report. 

The New York Times, Abhik Roy
Abhik Roy, professor and chair of marketing, was quoted in Maria Cramer's article for the The New York Times. “In a long history of sexist ads, it’s the apology that’s new” was published February 1, 2020. The article also appeared in The Boston Globe.

The Associated Press, Dana White
Dana White, clinical associate professor of sports medicine and athletic training, was quoted in Melissa Rayworth's article for The Associated Press. “How can you make healthy food resolutions really stick?” was published January 21, 2020 and picked up by several media outlets, including The Washington Post and ABC News. 

The New York Times, Greg Garvey
Greg Garvey, professor of game design and development, was quoted in Mariel Padilla's article for The New York Times. “Facebook apologizes for vulgar translation of Chinese leader’s name” was published January 18, 2020.

NBC News, Carrie Bulger
Carrie Bulger, professor of psychology, was quoted in Nicole Spector's article for NBC News. “Daily and weekly tips to help prevent burnout at work” was published January 16, 2020.

The Associated Press, Tania Grgurich
Tania Grgurich, clinical associate professor of diagnostic imaging, was quoted in Chris Ehrmann's article for The Associated Press. "Tests begin on bones that may be Revolutionary War soldiers" was published January 3, 2020.  

The Associated Press, Sheila Molony
Sheila Molony, professor of nursing, was quoted in Melissa Rayworth's article for the Associated Press. “Sharing a family meal can help those with dementia connect” The article was published December 16, 2019, and has been picked up by more than 100 news sites across the country and beyond, including ABC News, New York Post and China Post. 

NBC News, Chris Roush
Chris Roush, dean of the School of Communications, was quoted in Elizabeth Chuck's article for NBC News. “Portrayal of female journalist in 'Richard Jewell' is 'worst kind of trope,' editor says” was published December 13, 2019.

CBS News, Corey Windham
Corey Windham, student, was interviewed for Kenneth Craig's story about the growing number of student groups advocating for organ donation for CBS News. "Group recruits students for organ donations" was published December 9, 2019.

The New York Times, Stephen J. Madison
Stephen J. Madison, a part-time chemistry professor, was quoted in Johnny Diaz's article for The New York Times. “2 Arkansas chemistry professors face charges of making meth” was published November 17, 2019.

National Public Radio, Khalilah Brown-Dean
Khalilah Brown-Dean, associate professor of political science, was interviewed by Leila Fadel on National Public Radio. “Mississippi Case Challenges Lifetime Felon Voting Ban” was published November 3, 2019.

The Washington Post, Lisa Burns
Lisa Burns, professor of media studies, was quoted in Jada Yuan's article for The Washington Post. “United they stand: Melania Trump and Karen Pence make a statement with S.C. trip" was published November 1, 2019.

The New York Times, President Judy Olian
President Judy Olian and Quinnipiac’s new agreements with Gateway and Housatonic Community Colleges was featured in Laura Pappano’s article for the New York Times’ Learning section. “Where 4-Year Schools Find a Pool of Applicants: 2-Year Schools” was published October 10, 2019.

The New York Times, President Judy Olian
President Judy Olian and Quinnipiac’s new agreements with Gateway and Housatonic Community Colleges was featured in Laura Pappano’s article for the New York Times’ Learning section. “Where 4-Year Schools Find a Pool of Applicants: 2-Year Schools” was published October 10, 2019.

Associated Press, Khalilah Brown-Dean
Khalilah Brown-Dean was featured in Brian Witte and Regina Garcia Cano’s article for the Associated Press. “Cummings provided strength, calm, for urban Baltimore” was published October 17, 2019. The article ran in syndication in hundreds of outlets across the country.

Associated Press, Dana White
Dana White was featured in Melissa Rayworth’s article for the Associated Press. “Does outsourcing affect our personal connection to food?” was published September 30, 2019. The article ran in syndication in hundreds of outlets across the country.

The Washington Post, Rich Hanley
Rich Hanley’s op-ed pegged to the start of the football season was published in The Washington Post’s Made By History. “Far from being in trouble, the NFL will thrive for years to come” was published September 8, 2019.

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University at a glance

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