Economics professors George Palumbo and Julie Anna Golebiewski interviewed by The New York Times
New York Times’ reporter Jesse McKinley interviewed economics professors George Palumbo, PhD and Julie Anna Golebiewski, PhD, for an article entitled “Cuomo’s Buffalo Billion: Is New York Getting Its Money’s Worth.”
The story appeared in the July 2 edition. Click here to read the article in its entirety.
Fajardo-Heyward discusses what motivates migrants to flee their countries in The Buffalo News
In the “Another Voice” column in The Buffalo News, Paola Fajardo-Heyward, PhD, director of the Latin American Studies Program and associate professor of political science, details several important points that have been left out of the debate over the immigration crisis at the U.S. border.
Klump weighs in regarding Trump’s Supreme Court justice choice on WBEN Radio
Bob Klump, director of the Frank G. Raichle Pre-Law Center, commented on President Trump’s choice of Brett Kavanaugh as Supreme Court justice on WBEN 930 a.m. morning news on July 10.
He was a guest on the Baurle and Bellavia show on WBEN a.m. radio on June 27. Klump analyzed President Trump’s candidates for Supreme Court justice, discussed the nomination process and weighed the different factors that go into selecting a candidate.
Russell’s research on children and pet loss runs on EnPareja.com
EnPareja.com, the website for a Spanish magazine about relationships, ran an article about research by Josh Russell, PhD, assistant professor of animal behavior, ecology and conservation on children and pet loss.
In The Buffalo News, O’Malley ᾽72 likens his fondness for books to the sirens in Odysseus
During his time as a Canisius student, Adjunct Professor of English Thomas O’Malley ᾽72 spent countless hours reading between the stacks of books in the library. O’Malley chronicled his experiences in a “My View” article for The Buffalo News.
Submitted by: College Communications