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Posted April 14, 2011
San Francisco Chronicle, Apr. 12, 2011 – Gordon Lloyd, professor of public policy, coauthored an article titled “How to Lose the Republic,” in which he discussed the new National Popular Vote bill recently introduced into the California Legislature. Read the article.
CNBC, Apr. 8, 2011 – John Paglia, associate professor of finance at the Graziadio School of Business and Management, was quoted in an article titled, “Small Businesses Support Shutdown,” about a Graziadio School study that found 48 percent of small private business owners supported a government shutdown. Read the article.
City Journal, Apr. 6, 2011 – Pete Peterson, executive director of the Davenport Institute for Public Engagement and Civic Leadership at the School of Public Policy, authored an article titled, “Of Space Ships and Bullet Trains,” in which he argued the space shuttle program as a cautionary tale for ambitious infrastructure projects. Read the article.
Malibu Times, Apr. 6, 2011 – Robert J. Pushaw, James Wilson Endowed Professor of Law at the School of Law, was quoted in an article titled, “Scholars Put Supreme Court on Trial,” for his comments at the Pepperdine symposium, “Supreme Mistakes,” which was held April 1 and included five nationally renowned experts arguing throughout a day of mock trials. Read the article. The symposium was also highlighted in an April 6 Times Leader article titled, “Supremely Bad? Area Case a Top Court ‘Worst.’” Read the article.
WAMC Academic Minute, Mar. 29, 2011 – Dyron Daughrity, assistant professor of religion, was featured on eight Northeast NPR-affiliate stations discussing his research into the deep historical roots of Egypt’s Christian minority and their role in recent political events. Listen to the segment.
BizEd, March/April 2011 – Michael Crooke, Visiting Distinguished Professor of Business Practice at the Graziadio School of Business and Management, was featured in an article titled, “The Eco-Friendly Academic,” for his work coordinating the graduate school’s new Certificate in Socially, Environmentally, and Ethically Responsible (SEER) Business Practice program. Read the article.