Dr. Christopher Dolan, professor of political science, published a peer-reviewed article, “Walking on a Tightrope: The National Security Roles and Executive Branch Chiefs of Staff,” and an opinion article, “Why the U.S. Will Never Leave Afghanistan.” The former was included in the Spring 2021 edition of Chief of Staff Journal, and the latter on The Hill. MSN republished Dr. Dolan’s opinion piece.
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Dr. Michelle Scesa, chair and assistant professor of communication sciences & disorders/speech-language pathology, and Professor Mindy Nguyen, director of clinical education and clinical assistant professor of speech-language pathology, were guests on WHTM TV27’s Good Day PA. Dr. Scesa and Dr. Nguyen discussed the College’s new Center for Speech, Language, and Hearing Disorders, which provides a free service to local community members.
President James M. MacLaren’s op-ed comparing the similarities—and opportunities—between what Tulane faced during Hurricane Katrina and what all U.S. colleges and universities encounter during and after COVID-19 was published by University Business. Visit “Hurricane Katrina taught us to be nimble and hopeful, and we need that resistance now,” to read Dr. MacLaren’s piece.
Dr. Christopher Dolan’s, professor of political science, op-ed “Biden Doctrine Should Remake Foreign Policy, Not Reinstate It,” was published in The Hill on March 20. The piece was republished in Real Clear Politics and MSN.
Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success & assistant professor of business administration, discussed two of her recent publications with the co-hosts of the Consumer Choice Radio Show, whose founding office is in Belgium. One of the articles she discussed, Why Competition is the Antidote to Big Tech’s Bad Behavior, Not Politicians, was published Feb. 13, by the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE).
Dr. Will Delavan, associate professor of economics, was interviewed for the Pittsburgh Business Journal’s story “Pennsylvania fossil-fuel industry received $37 billion in tax breaks in 2019 says report.” Delevan’s analysis of the report appeared across Pennsylvania in outlets such as the Pennsylvania Capital Star, Pittsburgh Business Times, and Pittsburgh City paper.