AU in the News

5/23/18Dr. Elad Granot, dean of the Dauch College of Business and Economics, was featured in an article for Cleveland Jewish News. The article, titled "Higher Education Makes Career Change Possible," featured Granot and Kerry Randall, certified family medicine nurse practitioner for the MetroHealth System in Cleveland.

See the article -- https://www.clevelandjewishnews.com/features/special_sections/education/...

 

 

 

4/11/18Cleveland Plain Dealer sports writer Terry Pluto is a commentator on NPR radio stations and his latest segment of "The View from Pluto" included another segment on the Ashland University women’s basketball program. Pluto spoke in glowing terms of the women's program, starting with praise for former coach Sue Ramsey, featured a discussion of former coach Robyn Fralick's accomplishments and then described how qualified Kari Pickens is to assume the head coaching job and be successful.

The segment ran on many of the PBS stations, including WOSU -- 

http://radio.wosu.org/post/view-pluto-ashlands-cinderella-basketball-disneyland-begins-new-chapter#stream/0

 

4/06/18AU President Dr. Carlos Campo wrote an Op-Ed article that appeared in the Columbus Dispatch. The article, titled "Accountability measures will serve all Ohio students," points out that minority students now make up the new majority in K-12 schools. The article discusses the need for a higher percentage of students enrolling in college to take remedial classes and notes that Ohio is taking steps to ensure that high school graduates will be prepared for college or career.



The article can be seen at:

http://www.dispatch.com/opinion/20180406/carlos-campo-accountability-measures-will-serve-all-ohio-students

4/06/18School safety and security expert Dr. Amy Klinger was one of five panelists speaking at "The Gun Violence Epidemic: Protecting the Public's Health" Forum presented jointly by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Reuters. style="box-sizing: content-box; margin-top: 0px; margin-bottom: 10px; line-height: 1.6; color: rgb(68, 68, 68); font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px;">Klinger is director of the Masters Program in Educational Leadership and associate professor of the Educational Leadership Program at AU. Inspired by students across the country, the gun violence prevention movement has gained new momentum. But can it last or lead to substantive change on the Congressional level? This Forum brought together experts in mental health, violence, and gun policy to discuss a variety of proposed gun violence and school safety measures. What is the status of background check laws? What is an appropriate way to discuss mental health in the conversation — without creating stigma or a chilling effect on people seeking care? What skills and training should educators have to spot warning signs and respond in crises? And, in light of restrictions around federally funded gun-related research, do policymakers have the information that they need to study these questions effectively? In this time of turbulence, our panelists looked at the evidence for — and possible unintended consequences of — today's hotly debated measures to stop gun violence.



The event was Held at The Forum at Harvard and the event can be viewed at:

https://theforum.sph.harvard.edu/events/the-gun-violence-epidemic/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=Chan-Twitter-General

 

Also, view --

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5DA4xkE3dUU

 

4/03/18Dr. Christopher Chartier, associate professor of Psychology, was quoted and featured in a BuzzFeed News article on April 3. dir="ltr" style="box-sizing: content-box; margin-top: 0pt; margin-bottom: 0pt; line-height: 1.38; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; color: rgb(34, 34, 34);">Chartier serves as director of the Psychological Science Accelerator, which grew out of a blog post that Chartier penned last year. 



See the article at: 

https://www.buzzfeed.com/stephaniemlee/psychology-science-accelerator-replication?utm_term=.ioBA8RAaDQ#.uw5XM2Xl1G

2/26/18Dr. David Silverberg, director of the Telego Center for Educational Improvement, did a radio interview on Feb. 26 with Big Beacon Radio. The segment was titled Institutional Change from Within and he discussed AU and the Telego Center. 

The promotion for the program was -- 

In this episode, host Dave Goldberg is joined by special guest David Silverberg, director of the Telego Center for Educational Improvement at Ashland University and the author of "Institutional Change from Within: Teaching & Learning in Higher Education" and "Empowerment at the Tower: Leadership & Identity in Higher Education." Join Dave and David as they further explore how we can transform our institutions to meet the needs of today's professors and students, as well as delve into how the case studies shared in David's books can help to inspire and empower real-world improvement efforts.



You can listen to the segment at:

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/105538/institutional-change-from-within-david-silverberg

2/22/18School safety and security expert Dr. Amy Klinger has been quoted by a number of national media over the past week. She spoke with Associated Press as well as New York Times, Newsweek.com, NBC News, District Administrator magazine and Emergency Management magazine. The interviews are follow-ups to the tragic mass shooting at the high school in Parkland, Fla.  Klinger is director of the Masters Program in Educational Leadership and associate professor of the Educational Leadership Program at AU.


See the New York Times article --

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/22/us/school-safety-mass-shootings.html

2/21/18Criminal Justice Professional Instructor & Field Experience Coordinator Marc Hedrick was quoted in a WalletHub piece about the most sinful states in America.  

The article by Hedrick addresses a number of questions, including "What makes some states more sinful than others?"; "Should sport betting be legalized across the U.S. by the federal government?"; 'What are the most efficient measures that federal and state authorities can utilize to curb the obesity epidemic and is something like the 'soda tax' a valid approach?"; and "How can federal authorities combat human trafficking and is legaling prostitution a good idea?"

You can see the article - https://wallethub.com/edu/most-sinful-states/46852/#marc-hedrick

 

 

2/18/18School safety expert Dr. Amy Klinger was interviewed live on Saturday on the Canada News Network and was interviewed Sunday morning on C-Span for a 30-minute segment. Both interviews dealt with issues following the tragic mass shooting at the high school in Parkland, Fla.  Klinger is director of the Masters Program in Educational Leadership and associate professor of the Educational Leadership Program at Ashland University.

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