In the Media: June 2024

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Matthew Schmidt, associate professor of international affairs, national security, and political science, discusses the latest in the war between Israel and Hamas, including Israel launching strikes into southern Gaza.

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Jan Jones, lecturer of hospitality and tourism management, gives her opinion on why travelers should clean their luggage after each trip.

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John Rosen, an adjunct professor of economics and business analytics, comments on a study showing Connecticut to be the most expensive state for renters.

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Matthew Rice ’23 is following in his family’s footsteps of dedicating themselves to community service.

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Stephanie Bonnes, assistant professor of criminal justice, discusses sexual assault prevention in the military, as a report was released about a lack of prevention specialists. Bonnes recently authored Hardship Duty – Women’s Experiences with Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault, and Discrimination in the U.S. Military.

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Jan Jones, lecturer of hospitality and tourism management, discusses the challenges facing the hospitality market, from the University of New Haven’s campus in Prato, Italy.

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Michael Lawlor, associate professor of criminal justice, discusses what will happen next in the court proceedings after Hunter Biden was found guilty on three felony charges in his federal gun trial.

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Robert Sanders, senior lecturer of national security, discusses Hunter Biden’s gun trial after a jury found him guilty on all charges.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses the latest in the ongoing trial of a woman accused of killing her boyfriend, who was a police officer in Boston.

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Dan Maxwell, a distinguished lecturer of criminal justice, discusses the memorial service for fallen Minneapolis police officer Jamal Mitchell, a New Haven native who was fatally shot in the line of duty.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses a surprise attack by Lebanon while Israelis were celebrating the Shavuot holiday. Hezbollah launched projectiles, causing fires and chaos in northern Israel.

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Michael Lawlor, associate professor of criminal justice, comments that cities typically offer lower salaries than suburban police departments, but cities have mandatory overtime due to a shortage of police officers, causing attrition issues.

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Robert Sanders, senior lecturer of national security, discusses Hunter Biden’s gun trial after a jury found him guilty on all charges.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses Hunter Biden’s gun trial after a jury found him guilty on all charges.

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Bobby McDonald, a lecturer of criminal justice, discusses Hunter Biden’s gun trial after a jury found him guilty on all charges.

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Demissew Ejara, associate professor of finance, discusses some benefits of an online checking account versus a traditional banking account.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses breaking news of a Hamas commander who was killed in a clash with the Israel Defense Forces, with four soldiers being killed in an explosion.

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Matthew Schmidt, associate professor of international affairs, national security, and political science, discusses a cyber-attack on London hospitals. Data is being held by ransomware thieves, suspending all services for patients.

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Declan Hill, associate professor of investigations, discusses his ongoing work on hundreds year old cold case to find the remains of Matoaka, known to the world as Pocahontas. He talked about an episode of his CrimeWaves podcast in which he interviewed Dr. Henry C. Lee, renowned forensic scientist and founder of the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science, about a meeting with Wayne Newton, who requested Dr. Lee find the remains of Pocahontas.

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Susan Campbell, a distinguished lecturer in communication, film, and media studies, and Matthew Schmidt, associate professor of international affairs, national security, and political science, comment that satire can lead to misinformation when it is taken as an actual news story.

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Patricia Crouse, a practitioner in residence of political science and public administration, discusses why the price of gas is often used as a political talking point, especially for those seeking to become president.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses the breaking news of the Houthi rebels in Yemen striking two commercial cargo ships in the Gulf of Aden.

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J.W. Stewart, a practitioner in residence of sport management, discusses Dan Hurley’s meeting with the Los Angeles Lakers to interview for the team’s head coaching position.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses Secretary of State Antony Blinken returning to the Middle East to discuss a possible cease-fire agreement between Israel and Hamas.

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Michael Lawlor, associate professor of criminal justice, discusses how the bail system allowed a man identified as a 'very high-risk firearm offender' by the probation department to bond out. The individual failed to appear in court.

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James Mohs '75, '85 M.S., associate professor of accounting and taxation, comments on checking the fine print before opening an account that offers a cash bonus.

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Patricia Crouse, a practitioner in residence of public administration and political science, comments that the presidential debates will have more of an impact on undecided voters than the verdict in the criminal trial for former President Donald Trump.

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Melissa Whitson, professor of psychology, comments on the family dynamics between brothers, even when they are royalty.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses President Joe Biden’s proposed cease-fire plan to end the war between Israel and Hamas.

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Jan Jones, lecturer of hospitality and tourism management, comments on the importance of promoting smaller destinations that bring tourists to Connecticut.

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James Mohs, '75, '85 M.S., associate professor of accounting and taxation, comments on economic benefits and the personal service customers experience shopping at a smaller, family-owned grocery store.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses the recent Israeli raid to rescue four hostages held since October 7th. The Israel Defense Forces came under heavy fire by Hamas.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses the recent Israeli raid to rescue four hostages held since October 7th. The Israel Defense Forces came under heavy fire by Hamas.

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Bill Thompson ’83 has been appointed as the new president and chief executive officer of Church Homes Inc., the parent company of Noble Horizons.

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Sonja LaBarbera, a member of the School of Health Sciences Advisory Board, has joined the Legacy Theatre as a member of its Board of Trustees.

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Rob Holub, an adjunct professor of sport management and director of esports, discusses coaches transitioning from college to the NBA.

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Vahid Behzadan, assistant professor of cybersecurity, data, and computer science; computer and electrical engineering; and the SAIL Lab director, discusses victims of credit card skimming and offers some suggestions to protect your accounts.

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Brian Marks, a senior lecturer in economics and business analytics, comments on the favorable job numbers report, which could lead to the Federal Reserve holding off on cutting interest rates.

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Matthew Schmidt, associate professor of international affairs, national security, and political science, comments on the disinformation the Russian government posts on social media.

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Maurice VanDemark ’15 M.S. is the new emergency management specialist in the Worcester County Department of Emergency Services.

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Rob Holub, an adjunct professor of sport management and director of esports, discusses a settlement between the NCAA and the Power Five conferences that would allow schools to share revenue and directly pay student-athletes.

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Demissew Ejara, associate professor of finance, comments on the importance of speaking directly with a human being on the phone when discussing investment options.

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Matthew Schmidt, associate professor of international affairs, national security, and political science, discusses how former President Donald Trump’s guilty verdict impacts international relations with adversarial leaders.

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Patricia Crouse, a practitioner in residence of public administration and political science, comments on several Congressional members stating in a Wall Street Journal article that President Joe Biden is in "mental decline."

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Howard Stoffer, professor of national security and international affairs, discusses the withdrawal of UNRWA funding by several countries, including the United States, following Israeli claims of the agency having links to Hamas.

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Vahid Behzadan, assistant professor of cybersecurity, data, and computer science; computer and electrical engineering; and director of the SAIL Lab, discusses the latest breach at Ticketmaster, which compromised more than 500 million customer accounts.

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James Mohs ’75, ’85 M.S., associate professor of accounting and taxation, comments on what it means to be an “underperforming store,” as Stop & Shop executives have decided to close seven of its locations in Connecticut.

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Matthew Schmidt, associate professor of international affairs, national security, and political science, comments that politics in America have two sides that are deeply entrenched and moving further apart.

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James Mohs ’75, ’85 M.S., associate professor of accounting and taxation, comments on banks and credit unions offering high-yield savings rates to help secure customers’ depositor accounts.

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Patricia Crouse, a practitioner in residence of public administration and political science, comments on President Joe Biden’s son Hunter, who is now in court on federal charges for falsifying his drug use when he purchased a gun in 2018.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of criminal justice and homeland security, was interviewedlive in the studio to discuss his career as a former FBI Special Agent, including his experience on 9/11 and with the Unabomber case as well as and the recent case of Michelle Troconis.

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Jens Frederiksen, Ph.D., president of the University of New Haven, wrote an op-ed on why he believes college commencements give optimism for the future.

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Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer of homeland security and criminal justice, discusses breaking news in Israel, as the body of a hostage who was missing since the October 7th attack has been found near Gaza, and the latest on the cease-fire talks.