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College Faculty in the News: Sept. 9, 2022

News agencies across the region, the nation and throughout the world often reach out to our faculty experts for their perspectives on today's issues. This media coverage highlights the service, research and scholarship taking place in the College of Arts and Sciences. Find links to a number of recent stories below.

"E-cigarette maker Juul ordered to pay states"
WHIO-TV 7, Sept. 8, 2022
Lecturer Chad Sloss, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work 

"Climbing Out of a Research Rut"
Inside Higher Ed, Sept. 8, 2022
Associate Professor Erin O’Mara Kunz, Psychology

"A dream undeterred: The legacy of Painter Curtis Barnes, Sr."
91.3 WYSO, Sept. 6, 2022
Professor Judith Huacuja, Department of Art & Design

"Were Medieval Monks ‘Sinful’ Because of Their Filthy Gardening Habits?"
The Daily Beast, Aug. 28, 2022
Associate Professor Meghan Henning, Department of Religious Studies

"What are people talking about when they say 'extremism'?"
The Armstrong Williams Show, Aug. 27, 2022
Associate Professor Art Jipson, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work 

"Cedarville student from Ukraine reflects on 6 months of war with Russia"
ABC-TV 22, Aug. 24, 2022
Associate Professor Jaro Bilocerkowycz, Department of Political Science

"What is listeria? A microbiologist explains the bacterium behind recent deadly food poisoning outbreaks"
The Conversation, Aug. 19, 2022
Assistant Professor Yvonne Sun, Department of Biology

"Ohio U.S. Senate race closer than expected as summer winds down"
Spectrum News 1, Aug. 18, 2022
Senior Lecturer Daniel Birdsong, Department of Political Science

"‘Extreme heat belt’ will include Southwest Ohio, study says"
Dayton Daily News, Aug. 17, 2022
Professor Umesh Haritashya, Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences
Bob Brecha, Director of Sustainability Studies Program

"After attempted Cincinnati FBI breach, experts discuss rise in anti-government threats"
ABC-TV 22, Aug. 13, 2022
Associate Professor Paul Becker, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work

"‘Too harsh’ and ‘out of step’: Survey finds N.J. Catholics want a more inclusive church", Aug. 12, 2022
Associate Professor Tim Gabrielli, Department of Religious Studies

Top of page (l-r), top row: Umesh Haritashya, Judith Huacuja, Tim Gabrielli, Erin O’Mara Kunz, Daniel Birdsong. Bottom row: Bob Brecha, Yvonne Sun, Arthur Jipson, Meghan Henning, Paul Becker.

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