In the Media: February, 2018

FOX 61: The Real Story - Russia

Matthew Schmidt, assistant professor in national security and political science, discusses why Vladimir Putin would have wanted the indictment of 13 Russian nationals for influencing the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

New Haven Register: UNH Scientists Explore Pirate Mystery

Timothy Palmbach, associate professor and chair of forensic science, and Claire Glynn, assistant professor of forensic science, discuss the excitement and forensic challenges of testing the DNA of 300-year old bones found in a Cape Cod shipwreck that might belong to infamous pirate Samuel "Black Sam" Bellamy.

New Haven Independent: Transition Time for Teen in Trouble

Danielle Cooper, assistant professor of criminal justice and interim director of research at the Tow Youth Justice Institute, discusses the decreasing rate of juvenile offenders and Connecticut’s nationally praised model for overseeing juvenile delinquents.

CT Post: At Some Colleges, International Enrollments Down

The University of New Haven has seen an increase in international student enrollment despite an overall decrease in the national rate. Walter Caffey, vice president of enrollment management, comments on the concerns international students have on applying to a U.S. college.

FOX 61: Michael Clark On the GOP Dossier

Michael Clark, senior lecturer in criminal Justice and former FBI agent, discusses the GOP dossier and how the allegations against the FBI can lead to future distrust.

WWL-AM870 (New Orleans): FBI Text Messages

Michael Clark, senior lecturer in criminal justice and former FBI agent, discusses the revealed text messages between two FBI agents concerning the Obama Administration and how they may require an outside investigation.

WTNH-News8: Connecticut's Economic Outlook for 2018

Brian Marks, practitioner in residence in economics, and student Diane Soto, discuss Connecticut’s slow economic growth, the reasons for the delay, and what needs to be done in order to match the national growth rate.