President Margee Ensign's op-ed, “How universities can keep the Youth Wave of voting going strong” was published in The Philadelphia Inquirer, and from Oct. 30 to Nov. 20, there were 197 national and 5 international mentions of Dickinson in the news, including pieces in The New York Times and The Chronicle of Higher Education as well as coverage on NPR and CNN.
- Associate Professor of Philosophy Crispin Sartwell’s op-ed, “How would you draw history?” was published in The New York Times.
- The mentor/mentee relationship between Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness and Inclusivity Brenda Bretz and Jackie Joyce ’19 was highlighted in The Chronicle of Higher Education story, “For Mentorships to Work, Colleges Have to Commit.” Bretz and Joyce also were the subjects of the featured photo.
- Work by the Dickinson Votes Committee and Assistant Professor of Political Science Sarah Niebler’s exit poll research resulted in local media coverage by ABC27, FOX43, CBS21 and The Sentinel. Niebler also was interviewed by WHYY (NPR member station, Philadelphia) for a post-midterm election story looking ahead to the 2020 presidential election.
- Assistant Professor of Political Science Katie Marchetti was quoted in the CNN story, “Will Thousand Oaks be the mass shooting that spurs change? Maybe not.” Marchetti also was the featured expert in a Q&A published in the Spanish newspaper Berria. Marchetti discussed immigration policy and the midterm elections. Berria is the largest Basque-language newspaper, serving the Basque Country in northern Spain and southern France.
- Professor of Asian Law and Society Neil Diamant was quoted in The Economist’s story, “Frequent protests by veterans alarm China’s authorities.”
- Professor of History Marcelo Borges was quoted by Clarin, the newspaper with the largest readership in Argentina, for the story, “Controversial proposal: Donald Trump wants to abolish citizenship for the children of immigrants born in the United States.”
- The new High Street Residence Hall was featured in the November “College and University issue” of Architectural Record.
- Professor of English and Environmental Studies Ashton Nichols discussed the history and impact of Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” as a live guest on WITF’s Smart Talk and ABC 27’s Good Day PA in recognition of the novel’s 200th anniversary.
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Published December 14, 2018