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The following Regent faculty, staff, alumni and students have been featured in the media:


September 2014

 

  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (Santa Maria, Calif.) to discuss President Obama’s military strategy against the Islamic State.
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, placed an op-ed on The Blaze website advocating for Arab nations to step up in the battle against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
  • Law alumni Earle Mobley '89 and Phillip Hollowell ‘98 have been appointed as judges by the Virginia General Assembly. Also, alumnus Judge Joseph Migliozzi '94 has been promoted from General District Court to Circuit Court, as reported in The Virginian-Pilot.
  • Regent’s Executive Leadership Series luncheon with Gov. Mike Huckabee was a featured event on the front page of The Virginian-Pilot newspaper.
  • Alumna Kari Jacobs ’13 (School of Business & Leadership) was appointed by Gannett Co. as general manager of WVEC-TV (ABC affiliate, Norfolk), according to this CNN announcement.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on Secure Freedom Radio (Washington D.C., nationally syndicated) to discuss instability in Venezuela, and also the conflict between Israel and Hamas, and the conflict in Ukraine.
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, published an op-ed on The Blaze website addressing the latest in a series of foreign policy “wins” by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
  • Regent's new Biophysical Sciences degree program and Applied Science Lab were the subject of this CBN News story.
  • Professor Lynne Marie Kohm, John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law, wrote a commentary on the domestic assault case of former Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice and the impact on his wife on CNS News.
  • Regent's Professional & Continuing Education Division's new certificate program for entrepreneurs featuring ABC's Shark Tank star Daymond John was highlighted last week on BlackEnterprise.com—the top website for Black entrepreneurs—and also in The Virginian-Pilot.
  • Dr. Kathleen Patterson, professor in the School of Business & Leadership, appeared on CBN News to talk about the legacy of Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy.
  • Dr. Corné Bekker, department chair of Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry in the College of Arts & Sciences, provided comments for this column on The Daily Beast website that looks at various Christian responses to abortion.
  • Alumnus Tony Hale ’95 (COM) was featured in The Virginian-Pilot in a profile that highlighted his Emmy-winning role on HBO’s VEEP and a new children's book that he's authored.
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (Santa Maria, Calif.) and The Capitol Hill Show with Tim Constantine (St. Augustine, Fla.) to talk about media ethics in regard to a discrimination lawsuit filed against People magazine.
  • Dr. Mark Wilson, visiting professor in the School of Divinity, was a guest on The Janet Mefferd Show (nationally syndicated to more than 100 stations) to talk about his new book, Victory Through the Lamb. The interview included references to his teaching at Regent.
  • Regent's Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree program was mentioned in this edition of Inside Business (Hampton Roads weekly business journal) in a listing about the appointment of Dr. Margery Coulson-Clark as chair of the MPA National Advisory Board.

August 2014

 

  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, had an op-ed published on The Blaze website regarding President Obama's foreign policy position on Ukraine.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was quoted in this WAVY TV story about Regent's ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
  • WVEC TV (local ABC affiliate) posted Regent's Ice Bucket Challenge video on its Facebook page, garnering about 1300 likes and 296 shares, a much higher level of engagement than most posts on its page. The challenge video on Regent's YouTube channel gained more than 2300 views, with additional social media activity about the event from students, staff, alumni and friends of the university. Also Lynne Marie Kohm, John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law, wrote a blog post about the event, which CNS News posted to its website.
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was a guest on What's UP with Terry Lowry (KKHT, Houston/KBXD, Dallas) to talk about media ethics in regard to a discrimination lawsuit filed against People magazine, alleging that it does not provide enough coverage of African-Americans.
  • Judge Patricia West, associate dean and distinguished professor in the School of Law, did two radio interviews regarding the investigation of the recent shooting in Ferguson, Missouri. She was a guest on The Morning Show with Bill and Joel (WDUN, northern Georgia) and had an interview on What's UP with Terry Lowry (KKHT, Houston/KBXD, Dallas).
  • Dr. Jason Baker, professor in the School of Education, was quoted in this U.S. News & World Report article about scholarships for online students. Regent doctoral students Toussaint Williams (EDU) and Keri Ingraham (EDU) were also quoted in the article about their experiences obtaining scholarships.
  • Kathleen McKee, associate professor in the School of Law, was interviewed by CBN News about a new study released by Shared Hope International that shows people engaged in child sex-trafficking are not being prosecuted for their crimes.
  • Dr. Markus Pfeiffer, professional-in-residence in the School of Communication & the Arts, was interviewed by WORLD Magazine about the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge phenomenon.
  • Dr. Dale Coulter, associate professor in the School of Divinity, was interviewed for this edition of The Pittsburgh Tribune regarding closer ties between evangelical Christians and Catholics.
  • Dr. Brian Baugus, associate professor in the College of Arts & Sciences, was interviewed by the online news site, watchdog.org, for a story regarding the job outlook in Virginia.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, published this analysis on Foreign Policy's Shadow Government blog regarding the response of President Obama's administration to the situation between Israel and Hamas.
  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was quoted in this Religion News Service regarding celibate gay Christians.
  • Dr. Brian Baugus, associate professor in the College of Arts & Sciences, was interviewed by watchdog.org. His analysis of unemployment numbers and opportunities for job creation appeared on the site.

July 2014

  • Dr. Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Blaze's Real News program, to talk about the U.S. border crisis. He was also a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (Santa Maria, Calif.) discussing Israel and Hamas.
  • Bruce Cameron, Reed Larson professor of labor law, had an opinion post published in The New York Times early in July regarding a recent Supreme Court decision on whether public employees can be required to pay union dues.
  • Dr. Jim Davids, associate professor in the School of Law, was quoted in this article posted on skilledup.com about online legal education.
  • Kenneth Ching, assistant professor in the School of Law, was among legal experts quoted in this Virginian-Pilot article in July about whether or not the Supreme Court ruling on the Hobby Lobby case will cause other businesses to file similar lawsuits for religious exemptions.
  • Alumnus Jim Mischel Jr., '96 (Law) and his family's business, Electric Mirror, was featured in The Herald (Everett, Wash.) as a rapidly growing company.
  • Alumna Veronica Roy '10 (COM) was featured in this Virginian-Pilot profile about her recent move to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career and her success in landing a co-star role on the CBS series, Criminal Minds.
  • Alumnus and current MBA student Richard K. White was featured in the Virginia Gazette (Williamsburg) regarding his new business venture that connects with the millennial generation.

June 2014

 

  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, addressed the issue of violent religious intolerance in this post to the Georgetown University Berkeley Center's Religious Freedom Project blog, Cornerstone: A Conversation on Religious Freedom and Its Social Implication.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was interviewed by CBN News for a story on legal challenges to traditional marriage protection laws in numerous states around the country.
  • Dr. Bobby Hill, associate professor in the College of Arts & Sciences, was featured in this article in the Suffolk (Va.) News Herald about the upcoming opening of a new facility for a church plant he has established in the city.
  • David Boisselle, director of Military & Veterans Affairs, published a column about strategic planning in this edition of Inside Business.
  • Regent's recent ranking by U.S. News & World Report for best online programs for veterans was published in this edition of Inside Business.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Morning Show with Bill and Joel on WDUN (Northern Georgia) to talk about the recent exchange of detainees at Guantanamo Bay for a U.S. Army soldier who had been held by the Taliban.
  • Dr. Bonicelli was featured in a CBN News story on The 700 Club regarding the overly political nature of President Obama's National Security Council. On a related topic, Dr. Bonicelli's latest submission to Foreign Policy's Shadow Government blog recommends that Obama seek counsel from seasoned foreign policy and national security experts to avoid future missteps in international relations.
  • Dr. Julianne Cenac, assistant vice president for Professional & Continuing Education, was quoted in the Nigerian Tribune about a new partnership between Regent and Revival Christian Academy School of Business in Lagos, Nigeria.
  • James Duane, professor in the School of Law, recently wrote an article, The Proper Pronunciation of Certiorari: The Supreme Court's Surprising Six-Way Split, which was the subject of a headline story in the National Law Journal, a top headline story and most read items in the ABA Journal, discussed in Ed Whelan's blog in National Review Online, and mentioned by Adam Liptak of The New York Times on his Twitter account.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest to discuss gay marriage and the Constitution on Let's Talk with Mark Elfstrand on WYLL in Chicago.
  • Dr. James Flynn, associate professor in the School of Divinity, discussed online education for pastors in an article for the May-June 2014 issue of Church Executive magazine.
  • Ryan Murnane, director of assessments, was interviewed recently by the Association of Theological Schools (School of Divinity accrediting agency) about effective assessments. The interview was published in Colloquy Online, the ATS e-newsletter.
  • Tidewater Stage received top billing in The Daily Press (Newport News, Va.) "Inside the Arts" column.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on several radio programs to discuss the potential ramifications of the U.S. exchange of detainees at Guantanamo Bay for an U.S. Army soldier who has been held by the Taliban in Afghanistan for five years: The Georgene Rice Show (Portland, Ore.); What's UP with Terry Lowry (Houston and Dallas); and The Andy Caldwell Show (Santa Maria, Calif.).
  • Dr. Bonicielli's recent appointment as a senior adviser with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, a bipartisan international policy institution in Washington, D.C., appeared in Inside Business, the Hampton Roads weekly business journal.
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, provided analysis of this week's California gubernatorial primary races for an article in The Christian Science Monitor.
  • Dr. Brian Baugus, associate professor in the College of Arts & Sciences, was a guest on CBN's NewsWatch to discuss the economic impacts of a new law in Seattle that will raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.

May 2014

 

  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, did a Fox News radio tour to discuss keeping some U.S. troops in Afghanistan and also President Obama's plan to send military advisers to Syria. He was a guest on several stations, including WOC (Davenport, Iowa), WDRC (Hartford, Conn.), WNDB (Daytona Beach, Fla.), WSJK (Champagne, Ill.), KURV (McAllen, Texas), WILS (Lansing, Mich) and WHJJ (Providence, R.I.).
  • Dr. Bonicelli was a guest on CBN's Newswatch to talk about the president's latest foreign policy initiatives. Also, his most recent post to Foreign Policy's Shadow Government blog addressed how the U.S. should respond to Sudan regarding Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese woman sentenced to be executed for her religious beliefs.
  • Dean Jeff Brauch, School of Law, was a guest on Hometown Radio - The Tide (Virginia Beach) to talk about some of the distinctives of Regent Law. An audio clip of the interview is available here.
  • Dr. Todd Marshall, executive director of online learning, provided tips for finding the right online degree that were included in this recent article for U.S. News & World Report.
  • Dr. Greg Stone, professor in the School of Business & Leadership, was featured as an expert in this Wallethub.com article, providing insights on working for a small business.
  • Dr. Dale Coulter, associate professor in the School of Divinity, was interviewed by Zenit, a Catholic news agency, about a recent clergy summit at Regent.

April 2014

 

  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, discussed the most recent breakdown in the Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations on CBN's NewsWatch.
  • Dr. Clifton Clarke, associate professor in the School of Divinity, was a guest on The 700 Club Interactive to discuss the nature and work of the Holy Spirit.
  • Regent's 2014 Commencement speaker, Dr. Ben Carson, was announced by Inside Higher Education.
  • Regent film students' productions in the annual Student Film Showcase were featured in The Virginian-Pilot.
  • Bishop T.D. Jakes' recent screening of Heaven is for Real at Regent was mentioned in a Virginian-Pilot article about the film.
  • A portion of the 2014 Ronald Reagan Symposium will air again on C-SPAN3 (American History TV).
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Blaze TV's Real News program (airing on numerous cable/satellite networks and online) to talk about a U.S. program to develop a social media network in Cuba.
  • Dr. Bonicelli authored a post on Foreign Policy's Shadow Government blog discussing Poland's response to Russian actions in Ukraine, in light of U.S. inaction. His analysis was picked up by the Kyiv Post (Ukraine).
  • Dr. Mary Manjikian, associate professor in the Robertson School of Government, did two interviews this week with The Morning Show with Bill and Joel (WDUN, North Georgia) to talk about the situation in Ukraine.
  • Bradley Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was interviewed on The Randy Tobler Show (St. Louis) regarding the Affordable Care Act contraception mandate case heard recently by the U.S. Supreme Court.
  • Regent's partnership with the Virginia Beach Police Department to produce a public service announcement promoting oceanfront safety was highlighted in this Virginian-Pilot article. Students wrote, produced and acted in the PSA, which police are distributing through social media and local colleges and universities.

March 2014

 

  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was quoted in this Christian Science Monitor article about this past weekend's box office success for the film, God's Not Dead.
  • The Heaven is For Real prescreening at Regent last week was covered by CBN News. CBN News interviewed Bishop T.D. Jakes during his visit to campus for the film screening and lecture opportunities with students.
  • The Executive Leadership Series annual Southside Hampton Roads Mayors' Forum was covered by The Virginian-Pilot, Inside Business and The Suffolk News-Herald.
  • Chancellor and CEO, Dr. M.G. "Pat" Robertson discussed Regent and LUXVERA® on the 700 Club.
  • Dr. Alan Arroyo, dean of the School of Education, talked about changes in the SAT exam on The Morning Show with Bill and Joel (WDUN, North Georgia).
  • Dr. Mary Manjikian provided analysis in several interviews regarding the latest developments in the situation between Russia and Ukraine this week. She was a guest on What's UP with Terry Lowry (KKHT, Houston and KBXD, Dallas) and was also interviewed for a CBN News story that same day during a panel discussion at Regent on the crisis in Ukraine, along with one of the panelists, Adm. Bill McCarthy (retired).
  • Dr. Manjikian returned to CBN News to offer additional analysis on the situation in Ukraine, and also discussed it on Mickelson in the Morning (WHO, Des Moines, and nationally syndicated) and The Andy Caldwell Show (Santa Maria, Calif.) that evening.
  • Dr. Olya Zaporozhets, assistant professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was interviewed by CBN News for a story about Ukrainian-Americans and their thoughts about the situation in Ukraine.
  • Dr. Benjamin Keyes, professor and director of the Center for Trauma Studies, did radio interviews with Maryland News Now (WBAL, Baltimore) and The Drew Mariani Show (Relevant Radio, nationally syndicated) regarding the experience of family members waiting on word of the fate of the missing Malaysian jet passengers.
  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, Rosemarie Scotti Hughes Endowed Chair of Christian Thought in Mental Health Practice in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was featured in two news articles this week regarding his presentations at two Christian colleges on sexual identity: The Statesman Journal (Eugene, Ore.) and The News-Journal (Longview, Texas).
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, did a Fox News Radio Tour regarding the situation in Ukraine. Over the course of several hours, he did nine interviews on stations in Baton Rouge, La.; Sacramento, Calif.; Syracuse, N.Y.; Savannah, Ga.; Eugene, Ore.; Davenport, Iowa; Champagne, Ill.; Lansing, Mich.; and McAllen, Texas. He also discussed Ukraine on The Randy Tobler Show (St. Louis, Mo.).
  • Dr. Bonicelli was interviewed for a CBN News story that aired on The 700 Club about younger Cuban-Americans and their shifting political affiliations and issues of concern.
  • Dr. Alan Arroyo, dean of the School of Education, continued to discuss changes in the SAT, in interviews on The Andy Caldwell Show (Santa Maria, Calif.) and The Jordana Green Show (Minneapolis, Minn.).
  • The Ronald Reagan Symposium aired on American History TV (C-SPAN3). The segment includes Reagan's 1964 speech, "A Time for Choosing," and the symposium's second panel discussion. C-SPAN provided this preview clip featuring Dr. Joseph Loconte of King's College, one of seven guest speakers at this year's symposium.
  • Dr. Dale Coulter, associate professor in the School of Divinity, had an article published on First Things about the founder of one of Sweden's largest Protestant congregations converting to Catholicism. Dr. Coulter was also quoted in a Catholic News Service article about Lenten practices among Protestant denominations, published on CatholicPhilly.com.
  • Brittany Finch '08 (CAS) was featured in a Virginian-Pilot article about retail entrepreneurs in North Carolina's Outer Banks. Finch operates a store in Duck, N.C., which stocks handcrafted products for mothers, infants and children.
  • Chancellor and CEO, Dr. M.G. "Pat" Robertson provided an update about LUXVERA™, Regent's new free online course platform, on this edition of The 700 Club.
  • Executive Vice President Paul Bonicelli was a guest on CBN News to discuss the situation in Ukraine and the American response to it. Dr. Bonicelli provided further analysis of the Obama administration's response and President Putin's worldview and strategy for Russia in his most recent post to Foreign Policy's Shadow Government blog.
  • Dr. Bonicelli was also a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (Santa Barbara, Calif.) to discuss protests in Venezuela and similarities with Ukraine.
  • Dr. Alan Arroyo, dean of the School of Education, did several interviews regarding changes in the SAT, including Cavuto on FOX Business (link not available), Maryland's News Now (WBAL, Baltimore) and The John Williams Show (WCCO, Minneapolis).
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in an article about graduate school advisors in the February-March edition of Coastal Virginia Magazine.
  • Law Professor James Duane was quoted in a Daily Press (Newport News, Va.; link behind pay wall) article regarding jury selection in capital cases.
  • Noel Sterett '10 (Law), an attorney in Chicago and founding member of Courtside Ministries, was quoted in the Daily Herald regarding Courtside Ministries' work in DuPage County.

February 2014

  • Chancellor and CEO, Dr. M.G. "Pat" Robertson, has talked about LUXVERA™, Regent's new open online course platform, several times recently on The 700 Club.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Blaze TV's Real News program (airing on numerous cable/satellite networks and online) to discuss anti-government protests in Venezuela. He also provided analysis of this topic in a post for The Federalist, which was also picked up by RealClearPolitics.
  • Dr. Bonicelli also discussed the situation in Venezuela and its similarities to Ukraine on several radio programs this week, including The Drew Mariani Show (Relevant Radio, airing in Chicago, Minneapolis and other Midwest markets); and The Phil Valentine Show (110 stations) and What's Up with Terry Lowry (Houston, Dallas, Austin).
  • Dr. Corné Bekker, department chair for Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry in the College of Arts & Sciences, was interviewed by WORLD Magazine regarding recent archaeological news that camels were not domesticated in ancient Israel, resulting in claims that the Bible is not historically accurate.
  • Lynne Marie Kohm, John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law, did an interview with Voice of America for its Legal Issues television program, regarding same-sex marriage. The weekly program airs internationally on satellite TV.
  • Professor Kohm also published an article titled "Marriage, State Domestic Regulations Power and Family Strength" in the February 2014 edition of Virginia Lawyer.
  • Dr. Mary Manjikian, associate professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on CBN's NewsWatch to discuss the ongoing protests in Ukraine.
  • Dr. Clifton Clarke, School of Divinity, was featured in the Cleveland Daily Banner for a presentation he gave recently at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary.
  • David Boisselle, director of military and veteran affairs, recently published a book review of "Developing Global Executives" in Inside Business, the Hampton Roads weekly business journal.
  • Regent students involved in the production of a public service announcement about safety for the Virginia Beach Police Department were featured in the Virginian-Pilot photos.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was quoted in a Virginian-Pilot article about Regent partnering with the Virginia Beach Police Department to produce a public service announcement promoting safety at the oceanfront. Sean Gaffney, professional-in-residence at the School of Communication & the Arts, and Melinda Marven, director of advancement, also contributed to the article.
  • Dr. Corné Bekker, department chair for Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry in the College of Arts & Sciences, was a guest on The 700 Club to talk about the "Who is Jesus" courses that he developed and teaches for LUXVERA™.
  • Lynne Marie Kohm, John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law, was a guest on "Up for Debate" on the Moody Radio Network (700+ stations) to discuss the topic of pastors performing marriages for cohabitating couples.
  • Professor Kohm was also a guest on CBN News to offer comments on the recent ruling by a federal judge in Norfolk that Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
  • James Duane, professor in the School of Law, provided analysis for The Record regarding members of Gov. Chris Christie's staff using Fifth Amendment protection to avoid providing documents to a legislative committee investigating the shutdown of the George Washington Bridge last fall.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was interviewed by WVEC-13 (ABC affiliate, Norfolk) regarding the recent ruling against Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage.
  • Alumna April Albritton '13 (COM) and her fiancé Beecher Reuning, a current student (COM), were guests on The 700 Club to talk about their viral marriage proposal video.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was quoted in this CBN News story about online education. The story also noted LUXVERA™, Regent's new online open access course platform.
  • Dr. Alan Arroyo, dean of the School of Education, was a guest on CBN News to discuss the Common Core education standards being adopted throughout the nation.
  • Judge Patricia West, distinguished professor and associate dean of the School of Law, was highlighted in The Virginian-Pilot and Virginia Lawyers Weekly regarding her new role with Regent.
  • Dr. Mary Manjikian, associate professor in the Robertson School of Government, published an op-ed in The Chronicle of Higher Education regarding teaching leaked government documents.
  • The Ronald Reagan Symposium 2014 was the subject of this CBN News story.
  • Professor Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show on WNIS (Norfolk) to discuss the recent ruling that Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
  • Dr. Jim Slack, professor in the Robertson School of Government, published his most recent column in this edition of Inside Business regarding workplace issues surrounding same-sex marriage.
  • Dr. Kimberly Alexander, associate professor in the School of Divinity, was interviewed by Duke University School of Divinity's Faith & Leadership Forum, regarding her book, "What Women Want: Pentecostal Women Ministers Speak for Themselves."
  • Student Ryan Pace (COM/Arts), was featured in the Richmond Times-Dispatch and WRVA (Richmond) for his master's thesis documentary film on the history of the Church Hill Tunnel in Richmond.

January 2014

  • Chancellor and CEO, Dr. M.G. "Pat" Robertson was interviewed by Glenn Beck's TheBlaze.com about the launch of LUXVERA™. TheBlaze.com has 17 million unique visitors each month.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riaño, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and director of Regent's MOOC initiative and strategy, was quoted in a Christianity Today article about LUXVERA™.
  • Dr. Mary Manjikian, associate professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Barry Farber Show to discuss security concerns at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
  • Dr. Joseph Umidi, professor in the School of Divinity, authored an article in the January/February 2014 issue of Church Executive magazine, dealing with trends in Master of Divinity programs.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Valder Beebe Show (Texas) to discuss the legacy of the late Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
  • Dr. Amos Yong, dean of the School of Divinity, had a post published on the Reverberations blog titled "Pentecostalism, Politics, and the Prophetic: Renewing the Public Square Part II."
  • Dr. Mary Manjikian, associate professor in the Robertson School of Government, did several interviews this week on security at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, in light of terrorist threats. She participated in a panel discussion on Al Jazeera America's Inside Story with Ray Suarez and later that evening was a guest on The Lars Larson Show (nationally syndicated. She was also a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show.
  • David Wagner, professor in the School of Law, contributed a column on the role of juries to The Weekly Standard.
  • Lynne Marie Kohm, John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law, was quoted in this Daily Beast about this week's decision by Virginia's Attorney General to not defend the commonwealth's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.
  • Dr. Dale Coulter, associate professor in the School of Divinity, recently contributed a post to the First Things blog regarding the growing charismatic movement in the Church of England.
  • Heidi Cece, director of graduate admissions, was a guest on Hampton Roads Happenings on WVEC-TV (Norfolk ABC affiliate) to talk about what Regent offers local residents.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, did several radio interviews regarding the legacy of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. He was a guest on The Brad Davis Show (Conn.), The Capitol Hill Show (St. Augustine, Fla.), The Andy Caldwell Show (Santa Barbara, Calif.) and The Barry Farber Show (CRN Digital Talk Radio).
  • Dr. Bonicelli's most recent post on Foreign Policy's Shadow Government blog, analyzes the current political turmoil in Thailand and suggests the appropriate U.S. response.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riaño, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and director of University MOOC Strategy and Initiatives, appeared on the FOX News Channel's America's News HQ to talk about LUXVERA™. Approximately 830,000 viewers were tuned in to the program during his interview.
  • Dr. Jim Davids, assistant professor in the School of Law and Robertson School of Government, was interviewed for this U.S. News & World Report article about online LLM programs.
  • Dr. Mary Manjikian, associate professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on CBN News to talk about President Obama's speech regarding NSA surveillance practices.
  • Alumnus Ryan Bomberger '98 (COM) was profiled in this WORLDonCampus article discussing his pro-life advocacy work.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, published a post on Foreign Policy's Shadow Government blog dealing with reduced U.S. democracy funding in the Middle East and North Africa, which was also cited in The Washington Post's Right Turn blog.
  • Dr. Bonicelli published an article on The Federalist website that analyzes the reasons for USAID's pullout from Ecuador.
  • Professor James Duane, School of Law, was mentioned in a Daily Caller article, titled, "INFOGRAPHIC: This is how you handle the cops," which highlights his advice on how to interact with the police.
  • Alumna April Albritton '13 (COM) and her fiancé Beecher Reuning, a current student (COM), were featured in this article in The Virginian-Pilot regarding their marriage proposal video that has gone viral.

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