In the Media: March, 2018

FOX 61: A Lesson in News Producing

Communication students at the University of New Haven received a specialized lecture on news producing from Fox 61 senior producer Marcus Harun.

CT Post: Totals Don't Tell Full Story of Drug Overdoses

John DeCarlo, associate professor of criminal justice, discusses how the increasing number of fatal overdoses in Connecticut can be more accurately seen in rates rather than totals for each affected city. This story ran in other Hearst Media in Connecticut.

FOX 61: Irish Immigration, Heritage, and Identity

Chris Dowd, associate professor and chair and English, discusses the assimilation of Irish immigrants into U.S. culture and how pop culture both positively and negatively influenced how those of Irish heritage are viewed.

WTIC-AM: Howard Stoffer on Poisoning of Ex-Russian Spy

Howard Stoffer, associate professor of national security, discusses the U.K.'s reaction to the poisoning of an ex-Russian spy and his daughter, including the expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats, and how poisonings of ex-Russian spies have been perpetrated by Russia for decades.

WTNH: Chris Dowd on Good Morning Connecticut

Chris Dowd, associate professor and chair of English, discusses the history of Irish immigration and how modern public opinion on immigration is similar to the U.S.'s past view of Irish immigrants.

KCBS-AM: Jeffrey Beatty on KCBS-AM

Jeffrey Beatty, lecturer in national security, discusses Trump's CIA director pick Gina Haspel and her ties to the torture of suspected terrorists in U.S. custody.

WTIC-1080: Ray Dunaway With Matt Schmidt

Matt Schmidt, assistant professor of national security and political science, comments on Putin’s State of the Nation address and if his threats of nuclear weapons should concern the United States.