Faculty In The News
September 25, 2013 Interview with Jon Reidel of UVM Communications on "The Power of Personalized Policy."
April 2, 2014 Interview with Lee Ann Cox of UVM Communications "Interview: Russian Politics Expert Michele Commercio"
Anthony (Jack) Gierzynski:
September 4, 2013 interview with Seven Days on his book "Harry Potter and the Millennials: Research Methods and the Politics of the Muggle Generation."
September 10, 2013 interview with The Vermont Cynic on the Harry Potter factor in poltics.
August 19, 2014 interview with "The Conversation," on his work "Harry Potter and the Millennials: Research Methods and the Politicsl of the Muggle Generation." This article is also published in "Slate."
October 8, 2014 referenced in UVM Communications interview with alumni David Sweig'96 on his book 'Invisibles: The Power of Anonymous Work in an Age of Relentless Self-Promotion.'
November, 2013 Patrick Neal College of Arts and Sciences Full Professor Lecture Series "Human Rights: Religious and/or Secular Foundations?"
October 1, 2013 Garrison Nelson Fall 2013 College of Arts and Sciences Dean's Lecture, "The Court Transformed: How It Happened; Why It Matters."
January 21, 2014 interview with Jon Reidel, UVM Communications on his new book "Pathways to the US Supreme Court: From the Arena to the Monastery."
June 3, 2014 Vermont Public Radio interview with Bob Kinzel,
"Sanders: VA Problems Don't Shake Faith In Government-Run Health
June 6, 2014 quoted in Rutland Herald, Jasper Craven article
"Vt. delegation pushes to restrict campaign spending"
Special To The Times Argus, June 6, 2014
June 12, 2014 quoted in New York Times, "Vermont G.O.P. Finds Candidates in Short Supply"
By Jess Bidgood
June 13, 2014 quoted in Newsmax.com,
"Vermont: Republican Candidates Needed"
By Sandy Fitzgerald
June 15, 2014 quoted in Associated Press/Montpelier "Vermont GOP head says party focus is on rebuilding" By Wilson Ring, Associated Press
September 14, 2014 article in VTDigger.org "Garrison Nelson: Jim Jeffords, Reluctant Rebel"
September 19, 2013 Burlington Free Press report on the UVM Panel Discussion on the Crisis in Syria.
Alan Wertheimer Professor Emeritus:
Prior to retirement, Dr. Wertheimer's work focused on political philosophy and philosophy of law. His work now with the National Institutes of Health focuses on research ethics. Linked here is an interview with People and Perspectives in which Professor Wertheimer talks about his work with the NIH.
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