VLS in the News
Week of Feb. 21
February 28, 2011
- The New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Salon.com, CBS News, The Oregonian, AOLNews, Atlanta Journal-Constitution and more than 200 other media outlets nationwide ran an Associated Press story Feb. 27 in which Professor Pat Parenteau discussed Native American groups' opposition to fast-tracked solar energy projects in the West.
- Assistant Professor Michele Martinez Campbell spoke with the Valley News on Feb. 27 about motorists' rights when they are stopped by police.
- The Boston Globe mentioned VLS in a Feb. 27 story about the U.S. Department of Education's plan to issue new regulatory guidance for schools dealing with sexual assault complaints.
- The Providence Journal, FOX44, ABC40, Burlington Free Press and several other media carried an Associated Press story Feb. 26 about the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law's upcoming symposium on China's environmental problems.
- Margaret Martin Barry's appointment as acting associate dean for Clinical and Experiential Programs was reported Feb. 24 in the Randolph Herald.
- The San Antonio Current cited Mark Cooper's research in a Feb. 23 story about the costs of new nuclear plants. Cooper is senior research fellow for economic analysis at the Institute for Energy and the Environment.
- Professor Cheryl Hanna spoke with Vermont Public Radio on Feb. 22 about federal lawsuits challenging the Affordable Health Care Act.
- Kevin Jones, VLS's smart grid project leader, called on Vermont to adopt a far-reaching renewable energy portfolio in a Feb. 22 op-ed column in vtdigger.org.
- Vermont Public Radio talked with Professor Oliver Goodenough on Feb. 21 about the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission. The court ruled that corporations have the right to free speech and to spend freely to influence elections.