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Unearthing America's Deep Network of Climate Change Deniers

Robert Brulle, PhD, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted in Bloomberg News and Daily Kos articles on Nov. 30 about a new study about the climate change denial movement.

Hillary Clinton Runs the Table in Vegas Debate

Drexel was mentioned in a Bloomberg News article on Oct. 14 for hosting a Democratic presidential debate in 2007.

The 10 Most Underrated Law Schools

The Kline School of Law was ranked second in a June 30 Bloomberg Business list of the most underrated law schools in the country. The story circulated to Yahoo! and Philly Voice, among other outlets.

FIFA’s Sepp Blatter Responding to Sponsors: Weaver

Karen Weaver, EdD, an associate professor and interim director of the sport management program in the Center for Hospitality and Sport Management, was interviewed in a June 2 Bloomberg segment about the aftermath of the FIFA scandal and possible reform in the structure, elections and executive committee.

What Happens if Sepp Blatter Returns As FIFA President?

Karen Weaver, EdD, an associate professor and interim director of the sport management program in the Center for Hospitality and Sport Management, was interviewed in a May 29 Bloomberg segment about the aftermath of the FIFA scandal.

More Often, Calorie Counts are on the Menu

Amy Auchincloss, PhD, an associate professor in the School of Public Health, was quoted in an Orlando Sentinel article on April 8 about restaurants posting calorie counts on their menus. The article was also picked up by Bloomberg Business.

Colleges Use ‘Bag of Tricks’ to Juice Application Numbers

Randall C. Deike, senior vice president for enrollment management and student success, was quoted in a Feb. 12 Bloomberg Business story on new admission and application strategies employed by universities.

Law School Students Fight to Make Internships More Fair

Joseph Zeidner, a student in the School of Law, was quoted in a Bloomberg Businessweek story on Sept. 9 about the American Bar Association’s ban on paid law internships.

Look Miserable or Military on a Plane? A Celebrity Might Have a First-Class Seat for You

Robert Zaller, PhD, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted in a July 8 Bloomberg Businessweek article about celebrities giving up their first-class plane seats for military personnel.