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National and local media showcase faculty expertise

The local and national media continue to rely on MSU Denver faculty as experts on many of today’s most important and controversial developments, including recent stories about TSA regulations, ISIS recruiting techniques and marijuana tax refunds for Colorado residents.

March 17, 2015

The local and national media continue to rely on MSU Denver faculty as experts on many of today’s most important and controversial developments, including recent stories about TSA regulations, ISIS recruiting techniques and marijuana tax refunds for Colorado residents.

Aviation and Aerospace Science

On March 11, the Epoch Times interviewed Professor Jeff Price about increased security lapses following the disappearance of employee badges at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

On March 11, The Denver Post interviewed Professor James Simmons about Frontier Airline’s new reservation and check-in system.

On March 10, CNBC interviewed Professor Jeff Price about the 1,400 missing security badges from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

On Feb. 28, the Epoch Times interviewed Professor Jeff Price about regulations that require all airport passengers — but not all employees – to go through security screenings.

On Feb. 28, The Denver Post interviewed Professor Jeff Price about Denver International Airport’s 20th anniversary.

On Feb. 23, FOX31 and CW2 interviewed Professor Jeff Price about a man who claims he can make weapons with items sold in airport gift shops.

Communication Arts and Sciences

On March 6, Univision interviewed Lecturer Sam Jay about a recent PEW Research Center study that revealed that television remains the primary means by which Latinos access local news.

Criminal Justice and Criminology

On March 13, The Denver Post interviewed Professor Joseph Sandoval about the investigation of a fatal shooting involving an officer.

On March 12, 7NEWS interviewed Professor Joseph Sandoval regarding the impact of rising tensions nationally between police officers and local communities.

On Feb. 27, 9NEWS interviewed Affiliate Professor Stacey Hervey regarding ISIS recruitment techniques.

On Feb. 23, 9NEWS interviewed Assistant Professor Jennifer Bradford about Al-Shabaab’s threats targeting the Mall of America.

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

On March 3, 9NEWS interviewed Assistant Professor Tom Davinroy about the proliferation of icicles around the Denver metro area.

Economics

On March 13, Free to Exchange interviewed Assistant Professor Nicolas about the effect of democracies and dictatorships on economic policies in Latin America. (Segment begins at 15:30)

On March 5, Colorado Public Radio interviewed Associate Professor Christina Peters-Huber about the impact of education and financial health on Colorado’s divorce rate.

On March 4, Univision interviewed Assistant Professor Nicolas Cachanosky about the possibility of a marijuana tax refund for Colorado residents. (Segment is in Spanish)

On Feb. 25, Mises Daily published Emeritus Professor of Economics and Emeritus Dean of the School of Business John Cochran’s byline about the benefits of limiting central banking influence on the Federal Reserve.

On Feb. 23, The New American interviewed Associate Professor Alexandre Padilla concerning untaxed money from black market economies.

Hospitality Tourism and Events

On March 14, Wine Life Radio interviewed Professor Michael Wray about selecting wines for themed parties.

On March 13, Wine Life Radio interviewed Professor Michael Wray about Pinot Noir wines and sources throughout the world.

Human Services

On March 9, FOX31 interviewed Professor Shawn Worthy for advice on remaining calm during your child's sporting events.

On Feb. 27, The Boston Globe interviewed Professor Shawn Worthy about the growth in extreme sports competitions.

Political Science 

On Feb. 23, 9NEWS interviewed Chair and Professor Robert Hazan about Al-Shabaab’s threats targeting the Mall of America.