In the News, January 24, 2017
Oguzhan Dincer, ECO, says Bloomington-Normal will not see much from President Trump’s tax plan.
Dane Ward, Milner, wrote commentary “Envisioning the Fully Integrated Library” for The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Meghan Leonard, POL, talks U.S. Supreme Court nominations and implications.
Alexis Wolstein, Milner, and Stacey Hardin, COE, were among those planning to attend the Women’s March in D.C. Hardin, Wolstein, Vikkie Cossio, and Lea Cline, both ART, were also interviewed for an article in The Pantagraph.
Ali Riaz, POL, talked with UNB in Bangladesh about President Trump’s policies.
T.Y. Wang, POL, was interviewed and quoted by Weekendavisen (a Danish newspaper) on Trump and China.
WGLT interviewed Bob McLaughlin, ENG, on his new Sondheim book.
Frank Beck, Stevenson Center, discusses managing the county jail population with The Pantagraph.
Angelo Capparella, BIO, talks eagle sightings in Illinois.
Greg Simpson and James Skibo, CAS, penned a commentary on the ROI of a college education.