In recent weeks, MTSU faculty have made themselves available to news media sources for interviews on a wide range of topics, including self-talk, the African Methodist Episcopal church, reluctance to get vaccinated, dating and stealing delivered packages, among others.
• Dr. Ben Stickle, an associate professor of criminal justice administration, was interviewed for a report about porch piracy that aired Nov. 24 on KCBS Radio in Los Angeles, California. The audio can be accessed here.
Stickle explained how people can guard against porch piracy during the holiday season in a Nov. 29 story in The Herald-Sun of Raleigh, North Carolina, and several other newspapers. His suggestions are available here.
Stickle discussed porch piracy and preventative measures in an interview that aired Dec. 2 on ABC’s “Good Morning America.” The video can be seen here.
Stickle talked about porch piracy on “The Donlon Report” on NewsNation Now Dec. 2. The video can be accessed here.
• Dr. Hilary Miller, director of the Charlie and Hazel Daniels Veterans and Military Family Center, commented on a large myth surrounding military veterans’ housing in a Nov. 26 article at www.moneygeek.com. Her views are available here.
• Dr. William Robertson, a professor of physics and astronomy, speculated on what might happen if the speed of sound was as fast as the speed of light in a Nov. 28 article at www.californianewstimes.com. His comments can be read here.
• Dr. Daniel Smith, director of the Political Economy Research Institute and a professor of economics, explained how yield farming works in a Nov. 29 article by Cointelegraph of Brazil. The English language translation can be read here.
• Dr. Xiaowei Shi, an associate professor of communication studies, answered questions about the impact of technology, the economy and the pandemic on dating for a Nov. 29 article at www.wallethub.com. The article can be accessed here.
• Dr. Sidney A. McPhee, university president, analyzed the impact of the African Methodist Episcopal church on his life in a Nov. 30 story in The Christian Recorder. His remarks are available here.
• Dr. Katie Foss, a professor of media studies, said vaccine hesitancy can result from poor communication in a Dec. 2 report by www.bestcolleges.com. Her views can be read here.
• Dr. Thomas Brinthaupt, a professor of psychology, said self-talk can have both positive and negative effects in a Dec. 2 story at www.futurezone.de. The English-language translation can be accessed here.
• Dr. Sekou Franklin, a professor of political science and international relations, said Fayette County, Tennessee, has a long history of voting rights disputes in a Dec. 2 article by Tennessee Lookout. His remarks are available here.
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