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History Network
“Today’s the anniversary of R-Day! What, you don’t know what that is?”
Marc Gallicchio, PhD (History)

USA Today
“Tornado deaths and destruction to triple in decades, study finds”
Stephen Strader, PhD (Geography & the Environment)

TIMES Higher Education
The week in high education – 11 May 2017
Judith Geisberg, PhD (History)

Inside Nova
“Ballpark Financing: Prince William leaders split on ballot pitch”
Rick Eckstein, PhD (Sociology)

Philadelphia Inquirer
Why tornado destruction will get only worse, regardless of climate change
Stephen Strader, PhD (Geography & the Environment)

Jewish Exponent
Breaking Bread and Creating Understanding in S. Jersey
Mark Doorley, PhD (Ethics)

BBC
Civil War historians take on Trump
Judith Geisberg, PhD (History)

US News & World Report
Don’t Fall for the ‘Grand Theft Fallacy’
Patrick Markey, PhD (Psychology)

Forbes Online
A New Study Explores the Complexities of Tornadoes, Risk, and Housing
Stephen Strader, PhD (Geography & the Environment)

NCR
When Trump meets Francis, I’d like to be a fly on the wall
Massimo Faggioli, PhD (Theology & Religious Studies)

U.S. News and World Report
Philly Archbishop Opens Sainthood Quest for Paralyzed Priest
Joseph Ryan, OSA, PhD (History)

Commonweal
Francis goes to Egypt
Massimo Faggioli, PhD (Theology & Religious Studies)

Jewish Community Voice
‘Hate has no home here’ theme at interfaith Breaking Bread
Mark Doorley, PhD (Ethics)

NCR
Francis ‘rewriting Italian church history’ with visit to priests’ tombs in June
Massimo Faggioli, PhD (Theology & Religious Studies)

Guardian
“‘As addictive as gardening:’ how dangerous is video gaming?”
Patrick Markey, PhD (Psychology)

Christian Science Monitor
O’Reilly and changing a culture of sexual harassment
Katina Sawyer, PhD (Psychology)

Learning English
Study: Female professors do more service work than males
Susan-Mackey-Kallis, PhD (Communication)

Catholic Philly
All hands on deck: Franciscan idea can expand church leadership pool
Massimo Faggioli, PhD (Theology & Religious Studies)

Christian Science Monitor
Why NASA is expanding its ‘Veggie’ space program
Edward Guinan, PhD (Astrophysics & Planetary Science)

NBC10
Bill O’Reilly Ouster Big Step Forward in Fight Against Harassment
Katina Sawyer, PhD (Psychology)

CBS News
Freed slaves’ heartbreaking ads tell personal stories of slavery
Judith Giesberg, PhD (History)

Live Science
Earth Day: Facts & History
Nathaniel Weston, PhD (Geography and the Environment)

National Geographic
New Spotted Gecko Found in Tiger Reserve
Aaron Bauer, PhD (Biology)

Christian Science Monitor
Church revival? More liberals are filling Protestant pews
Brett Grainger, ThD (Theology & Religious Studies)

SRQ Magazine
Remindful Lessons from Teachers
Jershua Connor, PhD (Education)

New Jersey 101.5
The high stakes of youth sports
Rick Eckstein, PhD (Sociology)

Weather Channel
Weather Geeks
Stephen Strader, PhD (Geography & the Environment)

Boston Commons
Workplace Diversity to Include Artificial Intelligence
Lillian Cassel, PhD (Computing Sciences)

Philadelphia Business Journal
40 Under 40 2017 Part 1
Katina Sawyer, PhD (Psychology)

AP
Guam Catholic Church sees a 'perfect storm' of controversy
Massimo Faggioli, PhD (Theology & Religious Studies)

New York Times
Video Games Aren’t Addictive
Patrick Markey, PhD (Psychology)

New York Times
How to Find Your Missing Keys and Stop Losing Other Things
Irene Kan, PhD (Psychology)

Vatican Radio
Catholicism and Citizenship: Pope’s vision of political vocation
Massimo Faggioli, PhD (Theology & Religious Studies)

Al Dia
“Who wants to study Spanish in Philadelphia?”
Silvia Nagy-Zekmi, PhD (Cultural Studies)

Philly.com
“Philly’s PlayPenn workshop has national acclaim–and its first Broadway play”
James Ijames (Theatre) 

New York Times
“How to log off of Facebook forever, with all its perks and pitfalls”
Henry Carter, PhD (Computing Sciences)

Christian Science Monitor
“From caricature to man of character: How time and art change image of Bush”
Jack Johannes, PhD (Political Sciences)

NPR
“School Suspensions have plunged: We don’t yet know if that’s good news”
Kelly Welch, PhD (Sociology and Criminal Justice)

 

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