Video compilation by Elisa Broche ’25, a communication major.


In the Media: July 2024

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Matthew Schmidt, associate professor of international affairs, national security, and political science, discusses concerns about the future of President Joe Biden and the war in Ukraine, as leaders gather at the NATO summit in Washington, D.C.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer in criminal justice and homeland security, discusses an officer being placed on leave after another officer testified in the Karen Read trial.

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Stephanie Bonnes, assistant professor of criminal justice, underscores the profound impact of a whistleblower's social media post that sparked a viral conversation about sexual harassment and toxic leadership in the Coast Guard, a crucial issue that for years has been overlooked.

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Michael Lawlor, associate professor of criminal justice, comments that probable cause is needed to access tax returns and investigate a workers' compensation recipient who may be collecting compensation but working another job in order to prove wrongdoing.

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Patricia Crouse, a practitioner in residence of public administration and political science, discusses some of the vice-presidential candidates vying to be on the ticket with former President Donald Trump.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses how Yemen's Houthi rebels targeted a United States-flagged container ship in the Gulf of Aden after the U.S.S. Dwight D. Eisenhower aircraft carrier left the area.

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Matthew Schmidt, associate professor of international affairs, national security, and political science, comments on propaganda from Russia that a missile strike on Kyiv was from a Ukrainian AD missile.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses an Israeli attack at a Nuseirat refugee camp in Gaza, where Hamas was said to be regrouping.

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Patricia Crouse, a practitioner in residence of political science and public administration, discusses the unusual situation of the Democratic Party having doubts about President Joe Biden running in the 2024 race.

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Brian Marks, a senior lecturer of economics and business analytics, discusses Boeing's guilty plea after misleading investigators examining two crashes of their aircraft.

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Patricia Crouse, a practitioner in residence of political science and public administration, comments that senior-level Democrats are considering scenarios if President Joe Biden drops out of the 2024 race.

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Jakub Mierzejewski ’24 is one of four officers sworn in by the West Hartford Police Department.

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Michael B. Haynes ’00 MBA is the new CEO of the Hartford Community Loan Fund.

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Nikodem Popławski, a distinguished physics lecturer, comments on his new paper, 'Black Holes in the Expanding Universe,' which shows that black holes do not expand with the expansion of the universe and that different parts of the universe expand at different rates.

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Dan Maxwell, a distinguished lecturer in criminal justice, discusses the importance of heeding safety warnings from authorities as areas around the Gulf Coast of Texas are under tropical storm warnings.

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Wayne Sandford, an adjunct professor of fire science and emergency management, discusses being prepared and the destructive power of water from storm surges, as Hurricane Beryl approaches Texas.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses the U.S.-backed proposal for a phased cease-fire in the war between Israel and Hamas.

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Dan Maxwell, a distinguished lecturer in criminal justice, discusses emergency plans for municipalities and the services in place as Hurricane Beryl approaches the Gulf Coast of Texas.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses how residents can prepare for a hurricane heading for Texas.

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Dan Maxwell, a distinguished lecturer in criminal justice, comments on how legislation and incarceration have not changed the drug problem in the U.S.

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Robert Sanders, a distinguished lecturer of national security, discusses concerns over President Joe Biden’s performance in the presidential debate and his recent ABC News interview.

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Brian Marks, a senior lecturer of economics and business analytics, comments that the job numbers 'still show resiliency in the labor market.'

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Vahid Behzadan, assistant professor of cybersecurity, data, computer science, computer and electrical engineering, and the SAIL Lab director, discusses a recent report showing Connecticut has the highest number of health data breaches in the country.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses the number of journalists that have been killed in Gaza since the start of the war between Israel and Hamas.

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Andy Thibault, an adjunct communication professor, wrote an op-ed on the State of Connecticut's Freedom of Information Commission not providing public records on multiple occasions.

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Matthew Schmidt, associate professor of international affairs, national security, and political science, comments on a Department of Defense report that warns most young people would not qualify for military service for a variety of reasons.

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University of New Haven President Jens Frederiksen and Chairman Zhang Zhifeng of Guangzhou Huali College signed a memorandum of cooperation.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses the latest cease-fire plan from Hamas sent to Israel, and why buildings have been destroyed in the Gaza Strip.

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Patricia Crouse, a practitioner in residence of public administration and political science, discusses former President Donald Trump’s New York case being postponed, President Joe Biden’s performance in the debate, and the news that President Biden will no longer schedule events after 8 p.m.

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Vahid Behzadan, assistant professor of cybersecurity, data, computer science, computer, and electrical engineering, and the SAIL Lab director, discusses ways to avoid being scammed by texts asking for money. One way is to not click on any links in the message and to contact the source's authority using a different method to validate the information.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses the continued fighting on the Lebanon-Israel border, as a leader of Hezbollah said it will only stop if there is a full cease-fire in Gaza.

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Patricia Crouse, a public administration and political science practitioner in residence, comments on the Supreme Court of the United States ruling on presidential immunity and the potential impact on the November election.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses the heightened alert status for all U.S. military bases in Europe for a possible terrorist attack.

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Patricia Crouse, a practitioner in residence of public administration and political science, comments on the issues facing Democrats if President Joe Biden should drop out of the presidential race before their August convention.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses the Israeli army ordering a mass evacuation from Khan Younis after many Palestinians moved back into the city. Hamas has regrouped in the area.

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James Mohs '75, '85 M.S., associate professor of accounting and taxation, comments that the Federal Reserve will likely hold rates steady and may drift lower as Election Day in November gets closer.

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Bob Coates ’87 will become the president of New Hampshire Operations for Eversource, effective July 7, 2024.

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Barry Lee Cohen ’88 MBA, has been appointed the new executive director of the Orange Chamber of Commerce.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses Israel’s decision to release 55 Palestinians who were detained, including the director of the al Shifa hospital in Gaza, which had tunnels under it used by Hamas.

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James Mohs, an associate professor of accounting and taxation, comments that this year’s elections will impact capital preservation and tax exposure, as the two political parties have diametrically opposed positions on tax policy.