Dr. Chris J. Dolan, professor of political science, wrote an op-ed recently published by The Hill, “What Trump understood and Biden gets right about America’s new role in the world.” Dr. Dolan’s analysis, which noted the Great Recession and several other factors affecting America’s global influence, was picked up by several other outlets, including MSN and From Press in Germany.
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Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and associate professor of business administration, was interviewed for a second time by the Consumer Choice Center and was awarded an adjunct research fellowship.
Dr. Josephson also published two pieces for the Foundation for Economic Education, Warren Buffet Just Snubbed the Social Responsibility Craze and A Brief History of Corporate Social Responsibility.
Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and associate professor of business administration, published “4 principles for prioritizing innovation and socialization in higher ed” on University Business. Dr. Josephson four areas of innovation that institutions should adopt “To get out of the academic rut, or prevent backtracking to it…”
Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and assistant professor of business administration, was interviewed by the LVC Admission Guys podcast (E.J. Smith and Cole Godfrey) and University Business Magazine regarding a recent op-ed she published, “Why Tuition-Free College may Devalue Degrees and Deepen Class Divides”. Dr. Josephson also wrote “5 Reasons Americans (Wrongly) See Big Business as the Villain,” which was published by the Foundation for Economic Education.
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 political science, “Republican Flirtation with Extremism Began More Than a Half-century ago ($$)” was published by PennLive on Feb. 22. The article rejects the argument that conservative extremism is a contemporary phenomenon that began with Donald Trump and traces to the 20th Century origins of elected Republicans using extremist sentiment to build political support.
Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and assistant professor of business administration, had two opinion pieces published recently. Dr. Josephson’s expertise appeared in “4 Netflix Hits that Corporate America Could Take a Cue from” on FEE.org, and “What Attracts and Likely Detracts Who Governs” on PennLive.com.
Dr. Helga McCullough’s op-ed, “Joe Biden Overcame His Stutter on His Own…” was published by PennLive on President Biden’s inauguration day. Dr. McCullough, assistant professor of speech-language pathology, expressed admiration for President Biden’s determination, but notes that thankfully today there are far more professional options and programs for those who want to improve disfluencies.