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All In The News tagged "Desert News"

Credit Where Credit Is Due: How Juvenile Justice Fails Kids in Custody Academically

Research co-authored by Naomi Goldstein, PhD, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was mentioned in an Oct. 25 Desert News article about how youth in prison fall behind academically because of a variety of issues, like a lack of quality education to credits not being accepted. 

Here’s Why Your Apple Music or Spotify Subscription May Cost More in the Future

A Mashable story about the Copyright Royalty Board ruling to increase royalties for songwriters, which quoted Robert Weitzner, an assistant professor in Westphal College, was referenced in a Feb. 8 Deseret News wire story picked up by a number of outlets, including the Times-Mail (Lawrence County, Indiana), the Statesboro Herald (Georgia), the Watertown Public Opinion (South Dakota), the Bryan County News (Savannah, Georgia) and the Daily American (Altoona, Pennsylvania).

What Counts as a Church? Supreme Court Pension Case Asks Important Question

Norman Stein, JD, a professor in the Kline School of Law, was quoted in a March 28 Deseret News (Salt Lake City) article about the Employee Retirement Income Security Act and how rules that were put in place for employees of religious institutions are being stretched and taken advantage of by other groups.

A More Effective Solution for Teen Sexting

A study on ‘sexting’ – sending sexually explicit text messages – by David DeMatteo, JD, PhD, an associate professor of psychology and law and director of Drexel’s joint JD/PhD program in psychology and law in the College of Arts and Sciences and Kline School of Law, Heidi Strohmaier, a PhD candidate in psychology, and Megan Murphy, a JD/PhD candidate, was cited throughout a Desert News article on Feb. 27.