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In the News: Faculty experts discuss construction,...

In the News: Faculty experts discuss construction, food myths, media mergers, trade

MTSU faculty and staff experts contributed their knowledge to various national media outlets recently, sounding off on hiring by construction firms, dietary misinformation, smart grocery shopping and a major media merger.

Nicole Green, an adviser in the Department of Concrete and Construction Management, commented on how colleges and universities can help develop construction leaders for www.constructiondive.com. Her views may be seen here.

Dr. Lisa Sheehan-Smith

Tiffany Harrison, adjunct professor, Department of Human Sciences

Tiffany Harrison

Dr. Adam Rennhoff, an associate professor in the Department of Economics

Dr. Adam Rennhoff

Dr. Steven Livingston

Tiffany Harrison, an adjunct professor in the Department of Human Sciences and a registered dietician, debunked six myths about food for www.oxygenmag.com. The article is available here.

Dr. Lisa Sheehan-Smith, a professor in the Department of Human Sciences and a registered dietician, offered tips for making the next trip to the grocery store a healthy one for www.thenationshealth.org. The story can be read here.

Dr. Adam Rennhoff, an associate professor in the Department of Economics and Finance, shared his perspective on Sinclair Broadcast Group’s bid to acquire Tribune Media on “Marketplace,” a business program produced and syndicated nationally to public radio stations through American Public Media. An audio file of his comments can be heard here.

Dr. Steven Livingston, a professor of political science and author of the Global Commerce report, was quoted in an online report in chinadailyusa.com as told to the Chattanooga Times Free Press regarding Tennessee’s reliance on Chinese imports. His comments can be found here.

Reporters seeking expertise from MTSU personnel, as well as members of the campus community with expertise for media, may contact Gina Logue in the Office of News and Media Relations at 615-898-5081 or via email at gina.logue@mtsu.edu.


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