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In the News, August 21, 2018

President Larry Dietz joined other college leaders in looking to the future of higher education.

Gregory Braswell and Karen Stephens discussed changes (or lack thereof) in how children develop.

Illinois State University and Illinois Wesleyan University begin 25th Habitat for Humanity house together.

Nancy Latham discussed investing in new teachers as a means of keeping them in the field.

Aaron Woodruff talked safety for returning college students.

Ali Riaz commented for a newspaper in Singapore on the protests in Bangladesh. Riaz also spoke with the World Politics Review on the anti-drug crackdown in Bangladesh.

Susan Watkins discussed the grant for MCN’s Change Agents to the Underserved: Service Education project

Judy Valente spoke about her book with Niala Boodhoo on The 21st.

David Gill talked to WMBD and The Pantagraph about the progress of the Bone Revitalization Project.

Tom McClure weighed in on President Trump’s Supreme Court pick.

Lane Crothers talks about digital media and the worldwide spread of American popular culture.

Dawn Beichner discussed efforts to reduce the number of women in Illinois’ prisons.

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