AU in the News

12/08/10Paul Graham, head coach of men’s and women’s swimming, was interviewed over Skype for The Morning Swim Show by SwimmingWorld.TV out of Phoenix, Ariz. Paul Graham spoke with show host Peter Busch about the team’s success in the first half of the season and a recent meet where 13 swimmers automatically qualified for the Division II NCAA championships.

12/06/10Dr Michael Schwarz, assistant professor of history, wrote an op-ed piece titled “How long will travelers put up with TSA intrusions?” that appeared in the Dec. 6 edition of the Columbus Dispatch and on dispatch.com.

11/26/10Dr. Michael Schwarz, assistant professor of history, wrote an op-ed piece titled “Congress Has Strayed from Constitution,” that appeared in the Nov. 26 edition of the Columbus Dispatch and on dispatch.com. The article also was picked up by the History news Network.

11/09/10Dr. John Moser, associate professor of history, wrote an op-ed piece that appeared in the Nov. 9 Columbus Dispatch and was also in the Dispatch Politics, a division of the Columbus Dispatch.

11/07/10Dr. Peter Schramm, director of Ashbrook Center and professor of political science, was quoted in a Sunday Cleveland Plain Dealer article titled “Did Americans impatient for change take out their frustrations on Election Day?”

11/02/10Dr. Peter Schramm, director of Ashbrook Center and professor of political science, was quoted in an Associated Press article about John Kasich and a national political role in 2012. The article was picked up by media throughout the state, including WDTN-TV in Dayton, Marietta Times and Zanesville Times Recorder.

10/19/10Dr. Jeffrey Weidenhamer, trustees’ professor of chemistry, was interviewed on the Dave Rutherford Show (radio show in Alberta, Canada) for approximately 15 minutes over the noon hour.  His interview followed that of the Canadian health minister and dealt with cadmium in children’s jewelry.

10/17/10Dr. Jeff Sikkenga, associate professor of political science, recently published a guest column on the upcoming elections in the Mansfield News Journal (Sunday, October 17). It was titled "The Tea Parties and the President."

10/09/10Dr. Sue Dickson, assistant professor of religion, was featured in an article in Saturday’s Mansfield News Journal. The story dealt with Dickson’s work this summer as a chaplain at a Christian hospital in Miraj, India.

10/07/10Dr. Jeffrey Weidenhamer, trustees’ professor of chemistry, was quoted in a Chicago Tribune article that is a follow-up story on the recall of "Shrek" beverage glasses. The article was picked up by the Los Angeles Times.

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