MTSU experts recently expressed themselves for national media outlets on several hot button topics, including the crisis in Ukraine, federal agriculture legislation and Facebook’s progress.
Dr. Andrei Korobkov, professor of political science, participated in a live online chat Feb. 24 for www.canada.com on the ongoing turmoil in Ukraine and its relationship with Russia.
Korobkov’s archived conversation is available here.
Dr. Justin Gardner, associate professor of agribusiness, stated his views on the 2014 Farm Bill for www.CNBC.com.
Gardner’s comments are available here.
Dr. Joonghwa Lee, assistant professor of advertising, offered his perspective for Medill Reports on where the social media website Facebook stands after 10 years in business.
The story with Lee’s comments is online here.
Dr. John Vile, dean of the University Honors College and a constitutional law expert, wrote an editorial for the Orlando Sentinel on the Establishment Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
Vile’s column may be read here.
Nancy James, director of the MTSU Child Care Lab, provided alternative methods of praising toddlers instead of merely saying “good job” for www.OwnADaycare.com.
James’ comments are here.
Dr. Mary Farone, associate professor of biology, told www.weather.com that new research shows germs travel much farther than originally believed after we sneeze.
The story with Farone’s comments is here.
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