In the News, January 15, 2019
Ali Riaz commented on the Bangladeshi Parliamentary election. In the week prior to the election Riaz was quoted in the reports in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Time, Aljazeera English, Daily Telegraph (India), and French Business newspaper Les Echos. He was also interviewed by BBC World Service Radio NewsHour. After the election, which was marred by allegations of widespread irregularities, Riaz spoke to the Wall Street Journal and Aljazeera English. His on-air interviews included an interview with BBC World Service Television and BBC Radio 4.
Bob Bradley weighed in on Politico’s “Illinois Playbook.”
Pat Vickerman talked to WGLT about the Redbirds Rising campaign reaching $135 million.
Illinois State’s Innovative Consulting Community was the focus of a feature article in BizEd, the official publication of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Beth Hatt and Juliet Lynd discussed their Fulbright-Hayes Group Projects Abroad grant.
Rachel Bowden spoke with NOVA Next about the growing number of females in the turtle population.
President Larry Dietz delved into Illinois State joining the Powered by the Publics initiative.
Valeri Farmer-Dougan offered advice for parents helping students with grief.
Yimin Wang explored international student enrollment on IPR’s 21st.
Nate Carpenter discussed a child custody case going viral on social media.
Gina Louise Hunter talked about edible insects as a source of protein with WebMD.
Photos from Milner Library’s Passion for Circus digital collection were used in PBS’ The Circus, which was named one of the best new shows of 2018 by the Wall Street Journal. WSJ writers specifically mentioned the quality of the still photos in making the show remarkable.
The Teacher Pipeline project’s work in Decatur was profiled in The Pantagraph.