In the Media: June 2024

Andy Thibault

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Before the Spotlight: Louis 'The Coin' Colavecchio

Andy Thibault, an adjunct communication professor, talks about his book Thought It Was More: Adventures of the World's Greatest Counterfeiter, Louis the Coin , and why he wrote about Louis Colavecchio.

Stephanie Bonnes

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Scripps News: Combating Sexual Assault in Military

Stephanie Bonnes, assistant professor of criminal justice, discusses sexual assault prevention in the military, as a report was released about a lack of prevention specialists. Bonnes recently authored Hardship Duty – Women’s Experiences with Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault, and Discrimination in the U.S. Military.

Matthew Schmidt

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BBC News: Cyber-attack on London Hospitals Cause Chaos

Matthew Schmidt, associate professor of international affairs, national security, and political science, discusses a cyber-attack on London hospitals. Data is being held by ransomware thieves, suspending all services for patients.

Declan Hill

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News 8 WTNH: Nyberg: Professor talks about all things crime

Declan Hill, associate professor of investigations, discusses his ongoing work on hundreds year old cold case to find the remains of Matoaka, known to the world as Pocahontas. He talked about an episode of his CrimeWaves podcast in which he interviewed Dr. Henry C. Lee, renowned forensic scientist and founder of the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science, about a meeting with Wayne Newton, who requested Dr. Lee find the remains of Pocahontas.

Patricia Crouse

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The Epoch Times: Trump Verdict Changed Few Minds, Polls Show

Patricia Crouse, a practitioner in residence of public administration and political science, comments that the presidential debates will have more of an impact on undecided voters than the verdict in the criminal trial for former President Donald Trump.

Small Business World Magazine

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Small Business World Magazine: Governor Lamont, Senate President Looney, Speaker Ritter Announce $74 Million in State Grants To Support Economic Development in Historically Underserved Communities

In a press release, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont announced that the University of New Haven received a grant for “Expanding Dental and Health Services for West Haven” from the Community Investment Fund to assist in community engagement and identifying a site in West Haven for the university’s proposed dental and healthcare clinic.

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OC Today: Business Briefs

Maurice VanDemark ’15 M.S. is the new emergency management specialist in the Worcester County Department of Emergency Services.

Rob Holub

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Scripps News: NCAA To Allow Direct Payments To Athletes

Rob Holub, an adjunct professor of sport management and director of esports, discusses a settlement between the NCAA and the Power Five conferences that would allow schools to share revenue and directly pay student-athletes.

Kenneth Gray

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99.1 WPLR Chaz & AJ: Pod Pick: Former FBI Special Agent Ken Grey

Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of criminal justice and homeland security, was interviewedlive in the studio to discuss his career as a former FBI Special Agent, including his experience on 9/11 and with the Unabomber case as well as and the recent case of Michelle Troconis.

Kenneth Gray

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LiveNOW from Fox: Israeli military finds body of hostage

Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses breaking news in Israel, as the body of a hostage who was missing since the October 7th attack has been found near Gaza, and the latest on the cease-fire talks.