With all the usual caveats about the difficulty for complex issues to break through the media preferences for fragmentation and drama, extreme weather and climate conditions are forcing their way into the national discussion. On the CBS Sunday morning show 'Face the Nation' this week, UGA's Marshall Shepherd was among the panelists.
WFOR's Chief Meteorologist David Bernard, Climate Central's Chief Climatologist Heidi Cullen, TIME Magazine's Jeffrey Kluger and American Meteorological Society President Marshall Shepherd discuss recent extreme weather events, the upcoming...
Franklin faculty continue to be quoted widely in the news media. A sampling from March 2013:
Research on potential triggers for eating disorders by associate professor Ping Shen featured widely in media including Yahoo! News, Medical News Today, Health Canal and others
Research led by assistant professor of chemistry Tina Salguero into a pigment known as Egyptian blue that may have modern applications in telecommunications or security ink formulations was reported by History.com and Science Daily
Geography professor and director of the UGA Atmospheric Sciences program...
Here's a sampling of the many times Franklin College faculty members were quoted or mentioned in news articles around the world:
Bill Nelson, former UGA geneticist and biologist, named Oconee County’s Teacher of the Year, Athens Banner-Herald
Franklin professor and director of BHSI, Harry Dailey, receives $1.5 million grant to study anemia, The Red and Black
Bacteria detect potential for DNA damage, UGA researchers discover, The Red and Black
The Huffington Post features piece by Richard Elliott Friedman, Davis Professor of Jewish Studies at UGA
Franklin College faculty were quoted in major national and international media outlets including the New York Times, NBC News and the U.K. Guardian.
Psychology Professor and Department Head Keith Campbell was quoted in a Sydney Morning Herald article on adultery Flagpole described the “Tiny Universe” exhibit at the Lamar Dodd School of Art "unexpected, concise and conspicuously rowdy” Professor of Geography Steven Holloway was featured in U.S. News and World Report article in relation to a study he co-authored showing that segregation still persists, especially for...
Back in the fall, a film crew from the National Geographic Channel came to campus to make use of the motion-capture lab in the department of theatre and film studies. This week, that episode arrives to your TV.
Two University of Georgia alumni and the dramatic media program in the UGA department of theatre...