Highlights of April’s coverage have been compiled by the Media Relations Office. Links are provided, but some may require subscriptions to access content. Please contact Senior Director of Media Relations Vige Barrie if you cannot open the link and do not have a subscription.
- “Yashua Klos: Our Labour” – The Brooklyn Rail, April 5
This article featured the current exhibition at the Wellin Museum.
- “Political Interference in Higher Ed Is Becoming Endemic” – Inside Higher Ed, April 11
President David Wippman co-authored this essay.
- “What Black cops know about racism in policing” – The Washington Post, April 13
This essay included data from research conducted by Professor of Economics Stephen Wu.
- “NATO; Liberal Democracies” – WCNY (public radio, Syracuse) Ivory Tower, April 15
Professor of History Ty Seidule was a guest on this political discussion show.
- “Moms are having a fashion moment” – Today (NBC) Daily Magazine, April 18
Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology Elaine Harrigan was interviewed for this story.
- “NY climate law is promising, but public needs more time to comment” – Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY) April 21
Professor of Government Peter Cannavo, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Aaron Strong, and Lecturer in Environmental Studies Alma Lowry wrote this opinion piece.
- “Russian students should not be punished for Putin’s aggression” – Times Higher Education, April 21
Associate Dean of Admission and Director of International Recruitment Anna Wise wrote this essay.
- “Will Russia Invade Moldova Next? Experts Weigh In” – Newsweek and MSN, April 22
Visiting Assistant Professor of Government David Rivera offered his view on this question.
- “Why Moldova's Transnistria Region Could Be Drawn Into Putin's War” – Newsweek and MSN, April 27
Visiting Assistant Professor of Government David Rivera was interviewed for this article.
- “How fire management can be cost-effective way to limit emissions” – ABC News, April 27
This article, in which Hamilton was referenced, focused on published research co-authored by Michael Moubarak ’22.