VLS in the News
Week of March 14
March 21, 2011
- Radio New Zealand spoke with Adjunct Professor Peter Bradford on March 20 about Japan's nuclear crisis.
- Mark Cooper wrote a March 20 op-ed in the Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Gazette about the high costs of new nuclear plants. Cooper is senior research fellow for economic analysis at the Institute for Energy and the Environment.
- Assistant Professor Laura Murphy spoke with the Brattleboro Reformer on March 19 about the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources' decision to review Vermont Yankee nuclear plant's water discharge permit.
- The New York Times carried a Greenwire story March 18 that included Adjunct Professor Peter Bradford discussing the implications of Japan's nuclear crisis for the U.S. nuclear power industry.
- Sports Illustrated/CNN Video spoke with Professor Michael McCann on March 18 about the perjury trial of home run king Barry Bonds.
- A Reuters story quoting Adjunct Professor Peter Bradford about Japan's nuclear crisis was carried by the New York Post Chronicle, Alibaba.com, Haaretz.com and other media March 18.
- Adjunct Professor Peter Bradford talked to the Boston Globe on March 18 about Japan's nuclear crisis and the implications for New England's nuclear power plants.
- An Associated Press brief on the Vermont Supreme Court's upcoming annual session at VLS was carried March 18 by the Boston Globe, WCAX, ABC40, FOX6, New England Cable News and other media.
- The Randolph Herald and vtdigger.org reported March 17 on VLS's plans for a new fitness center.
- Professor Pat Parenteau talked to SolveClimate News on March 17 about Republican efforts to scale back the EPA's ability to regulate greenhouse gas emissions.
- Sports Illustrated Video talked to Professor Michael McCann about the legal implications of the death of a Notre Dame student who died when he fell from a tower while videotaping a football practice.
- The Burlington Free Press reported March 16 on Jessica Wilkerson '12 being selected as the first recipient of the Erin Woolley Memorial Scholarship.
- Mother Jones and BBC Radio spoke with Adjunct Professor Peter Bradford on March 16 and March 15, respectively, about Japan's nuclear crisis.
- Professor Michael McCann talked to the Boston Globe about the legal implications of violent play in the NHL on March 15.
- The Pulse Network spoke with Joseph Kaifala '13, the Jeneba Project founder who is among 15 finalists for the Students In Service Awards for his educational and medical aid work in post-civil war Sierra Leone.
- USA Today talked to Mark Cooper about Japan's nuclear crisis on March 15. The story also ran in NBC St. Louis affiliate KSDK and NBC Knoxville affiliate WBIR.
- Sports Illustrated spoke with Professor Michael McCann on March 15 about an NBA referee's defamation lawsuit against a reporter.
- U.S.News & World Report ranked VLS first in the nation in environmental law for an unprecedented third consecutive year on March 15. The story was reported by Vermont Business magazine and the Randolph Herald.
- NPR and the Vancouver Observer (Canada) spoke with Adjunct Professor Peter Bradford about Japan's nuclear crisis on March 14.
- News 14 Carolina (N.C.) talked to Adjunct Professor Peter Bradford on March 14 about the implications for Southeast nuclear power plants from Japan's nuclear crisis.
- The Wall Street Journal Law Blog talked to Professor Michael McCann on March 14 about the NFL labor showdown.
- Greenwire spoke with Mark Cooper on March 14 about his research into the costs of nuclear power, which was also cited by AlphaTrade Finance, Portfolio.com and other media.