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June 2010

  • Professor Cheryl Hanna discussed a significant recent day at the U.S. Supreme Court in her June 28 commentary on VPR. She also was interviewed on WCAX-TV and WDEV Radio.
  • vtdigger.org reported June 28 on VLS's plan to use a $250,000 energy efficiency grant to help convert the 190 Chelsea building into the new SRLC and ENRLC clinics building. The Randoph Herald also reported the story on July 1.
  • William Eubanks '08, an attorney for wildlife groups that filed a lawsuit to protect endangered sea turtles during the Gulf oil spill cleanup, was quoted June 30 to July 7 by msnbc.com, NPR, AP, CNN, CBS, Reuters, the Los Angeles Times, Business Week, Bloomberg News, FOX News, Forbes and other media nationwide.
  • Professor Michael McCann talked to an NPR affiliate in Houston and the Omaha World-Herald on June 11 about the realignment of NCAA football conferences.
  • The Burlington Free Press talked to Professor Cheryl Hanna on June 11 about a man's guilty plea in a manslaughter case.
  • Reuters interviewed Professor Pat Parenteau on June 10 about possible penalties against BP for its role in the Gulf oil spill. The story was distributed worldwide, including in the United States, Africa, India and United Kingdom.
  • Dean Jeff Shields discussed the cost of health care and education in a VPR commentary June 9.
  • Alumnus Todd Collins '98 was interviewed by the Bangor Daily News after he won a primary election for a county district attorney's seat in Maine.
  • NPR talked to Professor Pat Parenteau on June 9 about the extent of BP's liability in the Gulf oil spill.
  • The National Law Journal included the Institute for Energy and the Environment in a June 8 article about West Virginia University College of Law's new energy program.
  • Nature, the Mantle and LiveScience wrote about Professor Oliver Goodenough in articles about the World Science Festival's panel on "Brutality and the Brain."
  • Professor Cheryl Hanna was part of the VPR commentary series "If Only I Had Known" on June 7.
  • Wealth magazine talked to Visiting Professor Betsy Schmidt about the benefits and risks of serving on non-profit boards. She owns Southpoint Social Strategies in Williamsburg, Va., a non-profit management consulting firm.
  • Professor Michael McCann talked to an NPR affiliate in Houston and the Omaha World-Herald on June 11 about the realignment of NCAA football conferences.
  • The Burlington Free Press talked to Professor Cheryl Hanna on June 11 about a man's guilty plea in a manslaughter case.
  • Reuters interviewed Professor Pat Parenteau on June 10 about possible penalties against BP for its role in the Gulf oil spill. The story was distributed worldwide, including in the United States, Africa, India and United Kingdom.
  • Dean Jeff Shields discussed the cost of health care and education in a VPR commentary June 9.
  • Alumnus Todd Collins '98 was interviewed by the Bangor Daily News after he won a primary election for a county district attorney's seat in Maine.
  • NPR talked to Professor Pat Parenteau on June 9 about the extent of BP's liability in the Gulf oil spill.
  • The National Law Journal included the Institute for Energy and the Environment in a June 8 article about West Virginia University College of Law's new energy program.
  • Nature, the Mantle and LiveScience wrote about Professor Oliver Goodenough in articles about the World Science Festival's panel on "Brutality and the Brain."
  • Professor Cheryl Hanna was part of the VPR commentary series "If Only I Had Known" on June 7.
  • Wealth magazine talked to Visiting Professor Betsy Schmidt about the benefits and risks of serving on non-profit boards. She owns Southpoint Social Strategies in Williamsburg, Va., a non-profit management consulting firm.