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January 2010 - December 2010

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December 2010

  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on the Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Christian Radio/Detroit) to present his list of the Top Political Stories of 2010. Dr. Dunn also presented his list of top political stories on the KDAZ Morning Show (AM 730/Albuquerque, N.M.), and The Meeting House (Faith Radio syndicated on eight stations in the southeast United States).
  • Dr. David Meyer, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, appeared on the Paul Edwards Show (Salem Communications/Detroit/WLQV) to discuss the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START).
  • The Gospel Coalition web site recently featured this article written by Dr. Mark Yarhouse, professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, The article presents a Christian perspective on homosexuality and sexual identity.
  • Booker T. Mattison, assistant professor in the School of Communication & the Arts was profiled in this Virginian-Pilot article. The article details his career as a screenwriter and novelist.
  • Regent University loaned theatre lights to Creekside Elementary School's production of Annie, according to this article in the Suffolk News-Herald.
  • Susan Babb '10 (Education) was chosen Teacher of the Month for Churchland Middle School in Portsmouth, Va.
  • Dr. David Meyer, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL / Santa Maria, Calif.), to discuss the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START). Discussing the same topic, Dr. Meyer was also a guest on The Morning Briefing. The Morning Briefing is aired on POTUS—Sirius XM's Political News Channel. Dr. Meyer was also a guest on The Brad Davis Show on WDRC / Hartford, Conn. (syndicated to 3 other stations) to discuss Al Qaeda threats during the holiday season.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Georgene Rice Show, KPDQ in Portland, Ore., to share his list of the top political stories of 2010. Discussing the same topic, Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Al Gainey Show on WDUN-AM / Atlanta, Ga. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Big John and Amy Show on WIND-AM / Chicago to discuss the latest on the Chicago mayoral race, including the residency hearing and Rahm Emanuel's advantages.
  • Dr. Dunn's comments on Sarah Palin's potential run for president in 2012 were reported in this article from onenewsnow.com.
  • Dr. Dunn also appeared on CBN News to discuss the political implications of the 2010 Census findings.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo's op-ed discussing the DREAM Act was published on CNN's Belief Blog. The op-ed was also picked up by the Latino Christian News Network and Vision Christian News Network.
  • Dr. James Flynn, associate professor in the School of Divinity, was quoted in this article from CBN News about an Alabama church's recent efforts to reach out to those in need.
  • School of Law alumna Vivian Brown Henderson ('96) was the subject of this feature published by The College of William & Mary.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo participated in a White House conference call with other higher education leaders and reporters to discuss the DREAM Act, according to this article on the Miami Herald website. News of Campo's participation in this conference call was reported by media outlets around the country, including the "First Read" blog on MSNBC.com, the official website of the White House, istockanalyst.com, Christianity Today, and several other sites in the United States and around the world.
  • Dr. Campo was interviewed by Orlando's Radio Luz 1270 to discuss the DREAM Act.
  • Dr. David Meyer, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies was a guest on The Curtis Sliwa Show to talk about President Obama's recent trip to Afghanistan and also the Wikileaks document situation.
  • University Libraries Dean Sara Baron was named to the Virginia State Historical Records Advisory Board according to this release from the governor's office.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn did an interview on American Family Radio covering a wide range of current political news. The interview resulted in several articles on the network's news website, onenewsnow.com, including this article and this article.
  • Dr. Dunn was also a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss the tax cut deal. Portions of his interview were also used on CBN news.
  • Dr. Dunn's op-ed titled "How Obama Can Win Reelection" was published in the Virginian-Pilot.
  • Dr. Marc Newman, associate professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, published a blog post on The Christian Post's website. The post discussed recent comments made about the character of Aslan in the latest Chronicles of Narnia movie. The post was replicated in this article on christiancinema.com and onenewsnow.com. Newman's review of the latest movie, Voyage of the Dawn Treader, was published on christiancinema.com.
  • David M. Edwards, adjunct professor in the School of Divinity, appeared on appeared on Focus 4, the flagship program for Cornerstone Television Network in Pittsburgh, Pa., to share music from his upcoming CD "Here With You" as well as his latest Christmas collaboration "Gift of Love." He also taped three other shows that will air around the world over the next several weeks.
  • Dr. Bruce Swaffield, professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, published his December column for Quill, a publication of the Society of Professional Journalists.
  • Lisa Byrum, adjunct professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was quoted in this article from the Daily Press in Newport News, Va., discussing the lack of World War II knowledge among high school students.
  • A complimentary review of The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Regent theatre's latest production, was published in the Virginia Beach Beacon.
  • School of Education alumna Dedra Wright ('09) was named Mathematics Specialist for the Virginia Department of Education.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo was quoted in this story from CBN News. The article discussed concerns about opportunities for Hispanics in higher education and recounted some of the discussion from September's Alliance for Hispanic Christian Education Summit held at Regent University.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was also quoted in this CBN News story discussing President Obama's deficit commission's plan to reduce the national deficit.
  • Communication & the Arts alumna Joy Chesbrough ('06) has been appointed director of philanthropy for PetSmart. A news release announcing her appointment was published by CBS 4 News in Denver and more than 20 other news outlets.
  • Priscilla Coffey, a graduate student in the School of Communication & the Arts, was the subject of this online article from Valley Forge Christian College detailing a recent theatre production Coffey directed.

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November 2010

  • Dr. Carlos Campo was quoted in this article from cnsnews.com. The article discussed the DREAM Act and its potential to move forward in a lame duck congress. Campo's participation in a conference call discussing the DREAM Act with U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and former U.S. Secretary of Commerce Carlos M. Gutierrez was also mentioned in this news release from commondreams.org. Campo was also quoted in this op-ed discussing the DREAM Act and published by Politico.
  • Undergraduate government professor Dr. David Meyer did several radio interviews regarding the situation between North and South Korea. These included The Curtis Sliwa Show on New York City's WNYM, The Pete Kaliner Show on WBT in Charlotte, N.C., WDRC in Connecticut, and The Rusty Humphries Show, the #8 talk show in the nation, syndicated on more than 200 stations.
  • Dr. Mary Manjikian, assistant professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this online article from World Magazine, discussing the recent WikiLeaks scandal and its potential impact on the diplomatic community.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on Point of View to discuss departing Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi. The program aired on the USA Radio Network, a nationally syndicated program broadcast to over 250 radio stations.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on the Pete Kaliner Show (News Talk 1110 WBT in Charlotte, N.C.) to discuss the significance of the 2010 mid-term elections and their potential impact on Obama's presidency. The show's guest host show was Ladd Lesh, a former student of Dunn's.
  • Dr. Jeff Pittman, vice president for student services, was quoted in the November issue of College Planning & Management discussing the pros and cons of outsourcing auxiliary services on college campuses.
  • Dr. Franco Gandolfi, professor in the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, was interviewed by WHRE-TV Channel 20 in Hampton Roads, Va., regarding "How Good Management is Good for Business and the Economy." Two of his interviews were included in "Joy in Our Town #179."
  • Education professor Dr. Christy Schuette's comments about early childhood education were included in a Saturday, Nov. 27, article in a Virginian-Pilot profile of a male kindergarten teacher in Norfolk Public Schools.
  • Dr. M. Gail Derrick, professor in the School of Education, was featured by the Hungarian news outlet MiNap Online discussing a meeting with the mayor of Miscolv. The meeting was part of Derrick's work under a Fulbright Scholars award.
  • Regent University was mentioned in an interview with Harvard faculty member, Dr. Shelley Carson, who was featured for a publicity bit on Fox43 in Hampton Roads, Va. Carson was in Hampton Roads to appear as a featured speaker at Regent's School of Psychology & Counseling Psy.D. Colloquium.
  • Dr. David Meyer, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.), discussing the push for the U.S. military to intervene in the escalating drug wars in Mexico. Meyer was also a guest on American Family Radio to comment on Obama's criticism on East Jerusalem's housing construction.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn was a guest on the Dr. Gina Show on KJSL-AM St. Louis and KTRH Morning News in Houston to discuss the Bush tax cuts.
  • Dr. Clifton Clarke, associate professor in the School of Divinity, was quoted in this article on urbanfaith.com discussing continuing racial and ethnic segregation among church congregations in the United States.
  • Dr. M. Gail Derrick was interviewed by a Hungarian television station about a program called the Harlem Children's Zone — a model that is planned for use in Budapest schools with gypsy children who face disenfranchisement from society. Derrick recently received a Fulbright Specialist's award to fund her work in Hungary.
  • Booker Mattison, assistant professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, was one of the featured authors at Chesapeake's first literary festival.
  • Regent University's Clash of the Titans was mentioned in this article on cbnnews.com. The article recounted CBN's recent interview with former White House advisor David Gergen.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, published an op-ed in the Washington Times. In the op-ed, Dunn favorably compares Sarah Palin to Ronald Reagan and cautions the Republican establishment to avoid "scorning" her. By mid-day on Tuesday, the op-ed was listed under "Most Read" items on the paper's website.
  • Dr. Dunn was also a guest on several radio programs this week. On Monday, Nov. 8, he was on The Jim Scott Show (WLW-AM in Cincinnati, Ohio), The John & Kathy Show (WORD-FM in Pittsburgh, Pa.), and The Tom Roten Show (WVHU & WZZW in Charleston/Huntington, WVa.) to discuss George W. Bush's new autobiography. Dunn was also a guest on The Al Gainey Show (WDUN News Talk 550 in Atlanta, Ga.) to discuss Bush's autobiography. This interview was conducted live during Dr. Dunn's Presidential Leadership class, and his students were also able to participate.
  • On Tuesday, Nov. 9, Dr. Dunn appeared on CBN News to discuss the transition in leadership for Republicans and how it will affect Democrats. He also appeared on CBN Newschannel's Morning News on Wednesday, Nov. 10, to discuss President Bush's autobiography.
  • David Velloney, associate professor in the School of Law, was interviewed by WVEC 13 (Hampton Roads' ABC affiliate) regarding the case of the accused Somali pirates currently underway in Norfolk's Federal Court.
  • Alumnus George Lutz '84 (Communication) recently concluded his Honor and Remember Across America tour during which he traveled to 49 states to encourage state legislatures to join the Commonwealth of Virginia and officially adopt the flag. The tour's conclusion was covered by WVEC 13 (Hampton Roads' ABC affiliate) on Thursday, Nov. 11, and CBN News on Friday, Nov. 12.
  • Dr. Marc Newman, associate professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, was quoted in this article in the Sierra Vista Herald on Monday, Nov. 8. Newman was the keynote speaker at the recent Care Net Pregnancy Center banquet in Cochise County, Ariz. The banquet and Newman's remarks were also the subject of this Monday, Nov. 8, article on wilcoxrangenews.com.
  • Regent University was noted in this Monday, Nov. 8, Virginian-Pilot article as one of two campuses in Hampton Roads, Va., that have a chapter for the Student Veterans of America.
  • Regent's Center for Entrepreneurship was mentioned in this Friday, Nov. 12, article in The New Times (Africa) for its work with the new Rwanda Business Development Center. The program was also the subject of this Tuesday, Nov. 9, article on allafrica.com.
  • Regent University was one of a handful of colleges recognized for their efforts to reach out to the Hispanic population in this Sunday, Oct. 31, article published in the Chronicle of Higher Education.
  • Alumna Jennifer Jones '07 (Psych & Counseling) was the subject of this Tuesday, Nov. 9, article in Focus, a news publication of Rutgers University. The article highlighted Jones' doctoral research into the harmful results of current disciplinary measures in schools.
  • School of Law alumna Kristina Earwood '03 was elected as a judge in the 30th District Court, located in Western North Carolina, according to this Wednesday, Nov. 3, article in the Smoky Mountain News. Alumnus Matt Osman '01 was also elected in Mecklenburg County, N.C.
  • School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship professor Dr. Dail Fields received "Highly Commended Award Winner" status at the Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2010 for his paper, titled "Limiting the Brain Drain: Determinants of Employee Organizational Attachment in Lithuania." The article, written in collaboration with Roman Gaiduk and Julia Gaiduk of LCC International University in Lithuania, was written during Fields' Fulbright scholarship appointment and published last year in the Baltic Journal of Management.
  • School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship professor Dr. Tim Redmer was presented with the Barnabas Award at the 2010 Christian Business Faculty Association's (CBFA) annual conference, October 21-23 in Lakeland, Fla.
  • Mollie Walton Corbett '07 (Divinity) sang "God Bless America" during Game 5 of the 2010 MLB® World Series. Corbett, who performed at Texas Rangers games in 2009, dedicated her performance to the men and women of America's military services and their families. Watch Corbett's performance here.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on Hannity on Fox News. Dunn was joined on the Great American panel by Jordan Sekulow '09 (Law) to discuss the mid-term elections.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo published an op-ed discussing immigration reform on Fox News Latino. Also, news of Campo's inauguration was reported by blackchurchnewswire.com, blackchristiannews.com, and vot3r.com.
  • Scott Rigell '90 (School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) was the subject of this article in the Virginian-Pilot detailing his election to Congress, representing Virginia's 2nd district.
  • Regent's 8th annual Clash of the Titans® debate was featured in this Virginian-Pilot article. The debate was also the subject of this cbnnews.com article.
  • Dr. Dunn's commentary was included in several news articles during election week. His comments on Christians voting in the mid-term elections were included in this post on CNN's Belief Blog. Dunn was also quoted in this article and this article from onenewsnow.com. Dr. Dunn's own post-election analysis was published on cbnnews.com. Dunn was also a guest on CBN News Channel's Midday News.
  • Dr. Dunn also appeared on several local and syndicated radio broadcasts to discuss election results. Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Georgene Rice Show on KDPQ in Portland, Ore., and American Family Radio discuss the mid-term elections. Later in the week, Dunn was a guest on the Pete Kaliner Show on WBT in Charlotte, N.C. Dunn was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show on WNIS in Norfolk, CBN News, The Bob Dunning Show on Sirius' Catholic station, The Denny Radio Show on WGKA/ Salem Radio Network out of Atlanta, Ga., and again on American Family Radio and The Georgene Rice Show. Dunn continued his post-election analysis on the Brad Davis Show on WDRC-AM reaching Hartford and New Haven, Conn., and The Frank Beckmann Show on WJR in Detroit, Mich.
  • In addition to his election coverage, Dr. Dunn also published an op-ed in the Norfolk, Va., newspaper, The Virginian-Pilot regarding how President George W. Bush will be regarded by historians. The op-ed was prompted by the upcoming release of the former president's new book, Decision Points. A link to the op-ed is not available.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies and associate professor of government, appeared on CBN News Channel's Morning News, to comment on the future role of the Tea Party.
  • Dr. Bramwell Osula, assistant professor in the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, was the keynote speaker at the Power of Change Conference at Cardiff University in the United Kingdom, according to these articles from the Boston Globe and i-newswire.com.
  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse's research on same-sex attractions was the subject of this blog post by Bethel University president James Barnes in anticipation of Yarhouse's presentation at the university.
  • Regent University's Trauma Team was mentioned in this article from cbnnews.com discussing the Smiles Foundation and groups like the Trauma Team who recently assisted the foundation's work in Romania.
  • Regent University students were included in this report from WVEC 13, Norfolk, Va.'s ABC affiliate. Regent was one of several Hampton Roads, Va., universities whose students are participating in the Tidewater Roots Polling Project which trained college students to work with registrars at polling locations in the mid-term elections. The project was also reported by the College of William & Mary.
  • School of Undergraduate Studies online student J. Robbie Moore won a seat on the Murray Board of Education in Georgia, according to this article appearing in The Dalton Daily Citizen.
  • Teddie Malangwasira, a doctoral student in the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, published this article discussing the debate over gay marriage in Malawi in the Nyasa Times.

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October 2010

  • Dr. Carlos Campo was a guest on the 700 Club to discuss his recent inauguration and his vision for the future of Regent. Photos of the inauguration were also published by the Virginian-Pilot. Dr. Campo was also interviewed — entirely in Spanish — on the Christian Vision Communication (CVC) radio show Energia Totalm, out of Miami, Fla. The CVC signal reaches 326 affiliates in the United States, Latin America and Spain.
  • News of Dr. Campo's inauguration was distributed through the Associated Press by southeastern Virginia media including: WAVY-TV10 (NBC), WVEC-TV 13 (ABC), WTKR-TV 3 (CBS), WVBT Fox 43, the Virginian-Pilot and The Daily Press. Additional coverage came from WSLS-10 (NBC Roanoke), WJZ-TV 13 (CBS Baltimore), Daily Journal (Johnson County, Ind.), WVIR-TV 29 (NBC Central Virginia), WVVA-TV (NBC Bluefield, WVa.), WTVR-TV 6 (CBS Richmond, Va.), the Washington Examiner (Washington, D.C.), WSET-TV 13 (ABC Roanoke/Lynchburg, Va.), WRIC-TV 8 (ABC Richmond, Va.), WWBT-TV 12 (NBC Richmond, Va.).
  • News of Dr. Campo's inauguration was also reported after the ceremony on cbnnews.com and southeastern Virginia affiliates WAVY-TV 10 and WBVT Fox 43, as well as the Norfolk, Va., section of msnbc.com.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor at the Robertson School of Government, appeared live on FOXNews.com's The Strategy Room where he discussed several key issues surrounding the midterm elections during the hour-long broadcast. The Fox website receives 1.8 million visitors daily.
  • Dr. Dunn was also a guest on WOR radio with Steve Malzberg. Airing in New York City and syndicated to over 60 major cities, Dunn offered an historical perspective of the upcoming elections.
  • School of Law professor James Duane was quoted in this Virginian-Pilot article discussing a recent trial that found a Norfolk, Va., police officer found guilty of extortion and lying to federal agents.
  • School of Law professor Mike Schutt was named in this article appearing in The Times Record out of Brunswick, Maine. Schutt was a guest lecturer at the World View Academy camp over the summer.
  • Dr. Marc Newman, associate professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, recently published a blog post for The Christian Post discussing a partnership between Samaritan's Purse, 20th Century Fox, Walden Media, and Grace Hill Media called Operation Narnia — a tie-in with the annual Operation Christmas Child shoebox fundraiser. The post was also published on christiancinema.com.
  • School of Law admissions counselor Sarah Schulte was quoted in this article published by Charleston Southern College about their recent employment and graduate school fair.
  • Regent's Center for Entrepreneurship was mentioned in The New Times (Africa) for its work with the new Rwanda Business Development Center. The program launched in August with 40 students who are receiving practical training in starting and running businesses from Regent staff and other expert practitioners.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on American Family Radio to discuss Delaware congressional candidate Christine O'Donnell, the California Governor's race and Democratic National Committee chair Tim Kaine's comparison of interest-group fundraising for GOP candidates to the Watergate scandal. Dunn's remarks about Kaine were also included in this onenewsnow.com article. Dunn was also quoted in this article on onenewsnow.com commenting on O'Donnell.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on Faith Radio's Meeting House to discuss the Tea Party's impact on mid-term elections. The program airs on eight Christian FM stations headquartered in Montgomery, Ala., and serving parts of Alabama, northwest Florida and southwest Georgia. Dr. Dunn's comments on the mid-term elections were also included on the Washington Times blog Inside the Beltway.
  • Journalism professor Dr. Bruce Swaffield's column, "Global Toolbox: So Long to a Journalism Guardian," appeared in the September/October online version of Quill, the magazine produced by the Society of Professional Journalists.
  • Cinema-Television assistant professor Booker Mattison's appearance in Stuart, Fla., was the subject of this article appearing on tcpalm.com. Mattison spoke about his novel, Unsigned Hype, which was published last year.
  • A film produced by School of Communication & the Arts graduate student Chris Free was shown at the Colony Film Festival in Marietta, Ohio, according to this article in the Chillicothe Gazette. At the same festival, Regent alumnus Joshua Overbay ('10) and graduate student April Campion, won Best Student Film for their film, Dawn Bloom, according to this article in the Marietta Times. Animation student David Cherry's film Walter and the Magical Collar was named Best Short Film.
  • School of Education alumna and 2010 Virginia Teacher of the Year, Catherine Webb, will be honored by Wachovia with screens congratulating her at most of the 400+ ATMs across the state, according to this article in the Blue Ridge Business Journal. While visiting the ATM, users can learn more about Webb by pressing a button on the screen.
  • School of Psychology & Counseling graduate student Charissa Steyn was featured in an article on Heraldnet.com. The article profiled Steyn and several other women who comprised the 1998 Washington state championship Marysville-Pilchuck High School varsity girls cross country team.
  • Law School alumna and current assistant commonwealth's attorney in Suffolk, Nicole Belote ('04), was profiled in the Virginian-Pilot (link unavailable). The article recounted various aspects of her career and also provided a glimpse into her life outside of the courtroom.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies presented a paper at the 6th annual Grace A. Tanner Symposium on the Liberal Arts at Southern Utah University (Cedar City, UT) from October 20-23. Titled "Democracy, Education, and Leadership," the presentation will be published in a forthcoming book.
  • Dr. Donald Finn, associate professor in the School of Education, led a teleconference titled "Integrating Universal Design Techniques into Online Courses for Student Success" on Wednesday, Oct. 20. The teleconference addressed the integration of Universal Design (UD) techniques in the classroom.
  • School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship doctoral student Heidi Frederick was named Administrator of the Year at Ohio Christian University (OCU) where she serves as assistant vice president of academic services and teaches in both the traditional and AIM Adult Education programs.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in a New York Times article exploring the environmental policy climate in Chicago and the implications for a mayoral run by former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on WHRO-TV 15's What Matters to discuss the Tea Party and upcoming mid-term elections. This program aired in the southeast Virginia area.
  • Dr. Dunn was interviewed by Norfolk's ABC affiliate WVEC-13 offering opinion on 4th Congressional district GOP incumbent Randy Forbes and his opponent, Democrat Wynne Legrow and recent debate over the impact faith plays on Forbes' political career.
  • Dr. Dunn also made an extended appearance on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss political news of the day and highlight his work with Regent during the two-and-a-half hour program.
  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was the subject of this Cleveland Daily Banner article which recounted his recent presentations to Lee University staff and students.
  • Rev. Roger Cheeks, director of community life, was profiled in this article in the Terre Haute, Ind., Tribune-Star about his work and ministry in Terre Haute and southeast Virginia.
  • School of Education alumna Erin Chase ('04) was featured on Cape Coral, Fl., WFTX Fox 4's Morning Blend sharing her time-and-money-saving cooking tips.
  • Law professor Brad Jacob was a guest on the KNX Morning Show in Los Angeles to discuss Snyder v. Phelps, the military funeral protest case heard by the Supreme Court at the beginning of October. Speaking on the same topic, Jacob was also a guest on Mickelson in the Morning, airing on WHO-AM in Iowa, and the Pilgrim Radio Network, which airs on stations in Nevada, Wyoming, Montana and California. Jacob also discussed the case on the Bill Meyer Radio Show on WMED-AM in Medford, Ore.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on the Phil Valentine Show to discuss the resignation of White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel. Speaking on the same topic, Dr. Dunn was quoted in this article in the Christian Science Monitor and this article posted on the "Inside the Beltway" blog for the Washington Times.
  • Dr. Dunn also published this op-ed on cbn.com about the upcoming mid-term elections. Dr. Dunn also discussed the mid-term elections on WHRO-TV 15's What Matters. The program aired in the Hampton Roads, Va., area.
  • Dr. Michael Palmer, dean of the School of Divinity, was a guest on the The Janet Mefferd Show to discuss the recent Pew survey which found that a majority of Americans lack basic knowledge about world religions and beliefs. The show is syndicated on the Salem Radio Network. Palmer was also quoted in this article at onenewsnow.com discussing the Pew survey.
  • News of Regent University's significant enrollment growth was featured in an article about Tocquigny, an interactive, social, direct response and mobile marketing agency used by Regent, that received more than 250 pickups in online business news sources this week.
  • Dr. Amos Yong, J. Rodman Williams Professor of Theology and Director of Doctor of Philosophy Program in the School of Divinity, offered reviews of five books in the book section of The Christian Century website.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo, Regent University president, as well as several faculty members published book note/s in the September issue of the Religious Studies Review. Faculty contributors include: Dr. Amos Yong (Divinity), Dr. Mary Manjikian (Robertson School of Government), Dr. Diane Chandler (Divinity), Dr. Steven Sherman (Divinity). Timothy Lim T.N., a doctoral candidate in the School of Divinity, also contributed.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, published an op-ed discussing White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel's departure from the White House in the Chicago Tribune. Quotes from Dr. Dunn's op-ed were published online in The Atlantic Wire, Periscope Post, Yahoo News, RealClearPolitics.com and national news magazine, The Week (link unavailable). A link to Dr. Dunn's op-ed was also posted on the homepage of The Atlantic Wire.
  • Dr. Dunn was also a guest on the Tom Roten Morning Show, airing on WVHU and WZZW radio stations in Huntington and Charleston, W.V., to discuss the GOP Pledge to America.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on WHRO's What Matters political roundtable airing in Southeastern Virginia.

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September 2010

  • Dr. Carlos Campo, Regent University president, was one of the 100 Stories of Hope recently profiled by the Baptist General Convention of Texas as part of their Hispanic Education Initiative.
  • Dr. Michael Palmer, dean of the School of Divinity, was interviewed on American Family Radio to discuss the recent Pew research findings about Americans and their knowledge of religion.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn was on CBN News to discuss the tax cut debate. He also appeared on CBN Newschannel Morning News to talk about Bob Woodward's book, Obama's Wars, and how it could impact Obama's presidency. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Pete Kaliner Show on WBT radio in Charlotte, N.C., to discuss Woodward's book.
  • School of Law alumnus Toussaint Romain ('07) was quoted in this article on PoliticsDaily.com speaking to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Republican Women about "Why I Became a Republican."
  • School of Law alumna Karen Crowley ('92) was profiled in this Virginian-Pilot article about her work as an insolvency attorney.
  • Regent University theatre's production of Leaving Iowa received complementary reviews in this Veer Magazine article.
  • Virginia Business recently announced that Regent University was one of seven institutions in the nation cited by University Business magazine and Higher One Honor for efforts to deliver services at greater efficiency. Regent was highlighted in particular for work in streamlining undergraduate business course development.
  • Regent University president, Dr. Carlos Campo's, observations about the DREAM Act were included in this HSToday (Homeland Security) website article.
  • School of Education professors Dr. Michael Kelly and Dr. James Swezey co-authored the featured article on improving school safety in the September/October issue of Tidewater Teacher magazine.
  • Julianne Cenac, assistant vice president for Professional and Continuing Education, was featured in this Inside Business profile, discussing her new position and the programs offered.
  • Robertson School of Government Distinguished Professor Dr. Charles Dunn was a guest on The Pat Campbell Show on KFAQ in Tulsa, Okla., to discuss the House Republican leader's new "Pledge to America." Dr. Dunn was also quoted in the Washington Times column "Inside the Beltway," discussing the pledge.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Georgene Rice Show on KPDQ in Portland, Ore., to discuss Bob Woodward's new book, Obama's Wars, and to provide analysis and predictions for the upcoming November elections. He also made an extended appearance on The Tony Macrini Show on WNIS in Norfolk, discussing political news of the day and highlighting his work with Regent during the two-and-a-half hour program.
  • School of Law professor Lynne Marie Kohm was quoted in this CBN News story, discussing a Florida court's ruling that a law banning homosexual couples from adopting children is unconstitutional.
  • Robertson School of Government student Wendi See wrote an op-ed piece about the Ground Zero mosque that was published in Today's Zaman. Today's Zaman is the English-language newspaper with the highest circulation in Turkey.
  • Regent University Theatre's production of Leaving Iowa was a featured event with photo in a recent issue of the Virginia Beach Beacon.
  • Regent Univesrity Theatre's 2009 production of Shakespeare's As You Like It was profiled in and featured on the cover of Southern Theatre, the magazine of the Southeastern Theatre Conference, Inc.
  • Regent University's School of Law was cited in this Alexandria Town Talk (La.) article as one of the three largest Christian law schools in the nation.
  • Regent law and government students who particiated in this summer's Israel study trip were highlighted in this CBN News story.
  • School of Education alumnus Randy Bachmeier ('10) has received the 2010 VERA Brenda Loyd Dissertation Award Winner for his dissertation entitled "Breaking the Discrepancy Code: A Meta-analysis of the SLD Literature." Bachmeier was also the School of Education graduate of the year in the doctoral education (Ed.D.) program.
  • Communication & the Arts alumna Cheryl McKay ('94) recent received the Carol award for best women's fiction for her book Never the Bride, co-authored with Rene Gutteridge. The Carol Awards are presented annually by the American Christian Fiction Writers.
  • School of Undergraduate Studies Dean Gerson Moreno-Riano discussed the crisis of identity in the Republican Party on CBN News.
  • School of Law Dean Jeffrey Brauch's comments were included in this article from Virginia Lawyers Weekly about accreditation of Liberty University's Law School.
  • Undergraduate government professor Dr. David Meyer was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.), to talk about the Mideast peace talks and the release this week of one of the American hikers held by Iran for the past year.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, provided commentary on the final round of Congressional primary elections for CBN News.
  • Dr. Dunn was also a guest on American Family Radio with Chad Groening to discuss the outcomes of the Congressional primary elections. Some of Dr. Dunn's analysis appeared in the network's OneNewsNow website article.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Brad Davis Show on WDRC in Hartford, Conn., to discuss Republican races in the mid-term elections. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show to discuss recent political polls.
  • Law Professor Thomas Folsom did an interview with Voice of America to discuss trademark law in the United States, as it may relate to a case in which IHOP-the International House of Pancakes restaurant chain-has sued IHOP-the International House of Prayer in Kansas City. The interview will be translated and broadcast to Chinese audiences.
  • A case won by Regent Law Attorney-in-Residence Randy Singer was discussed in this Virginian-Pilot article on Saturday.
  • Members of the School of Law's American Bar Association/Student Division installed 3,000 American flags on the campus in honor of those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001. A photo of the memorial was published in the Virginia Beach Beacon.
  • School of Divinity Dean Michael Palmer was quoted in this Charisma magazine article regarding the changing aspirations of divinity school students and other students enrolled at institutions of Christian higher education.
  • Robertson School of Government alumna Emily Earnest ('09) has been appointed office director of Central Michigan Pregnancy Services, according to this article in the Morning Sun.
  • School of Divinity Dean Emeritus Vinson Synan was quoted in an Associated Press story that ran in more than 200 news outlets around the country regarding the Florida pastor who may burn copies of the Koran on Sept. 11
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, did a radio interview on the USA Radio Network's Point of View program to talk about recent polls released this week that indicate major losses ahead for Democrats in the November election. The program aired on more than 300 stations.
  • School of Undergraduate Studies Dean Gerson Moreno-Riano did a radio interview on KCOL in northern Colorado regarding two major initiatives he directed for the American Political Science Association conference in Washington, D.C.

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August 2010

  • Regent University president, Dr. Carlos Campo, was a guest on WHRO's What Matters program, airing at 8:30 p.m. on Channel 15 in the Norfolk/Virginia Beach area. The show featured a discussion among several area Latino leaders on how Latino leadership roles are changing in American business.
  • Law Professor Lynne Marie Kohm was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show on KSMA radio in Santa Monica, Calif., to talk about the recent stem cell ruling.
  • Increases in enrollment at Regent's School of Undergraduate Studies was the focus of this Virginian-Pilot article.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, Distinguished Professor in the Robertson School of Government, appeared on CBN News to talk about the impact of the Glenn Beck's "Restoring Honor" rally in Washington D.C. Dr. Dunn also appeared on CBN News to discuss President Obama's latest national address regarding the end of the Iraq war and the need to turn attention to the U.S. economy.
  • General Counsel Louis Isakoff did a television interview with Virginia Tidewater Consortium director Larry Dotolo on campus safety and security.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn was a guest on Regent Trustee Bill Federer's American Priorities radio program to talk about religious and political challenges confronting President Obama.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, Distinguished Professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on CBN's Christian World News to talk about a recent poll that indicates more people believe that President Obama is a Muslim.
  • Dr. Dunn was interviewed on two radio programs to discuss that day's primary elections—The Pete Kaliner Show on WBT in Charlotte, N.C., and American Family Radio (AFR). His analysis from the AFR interview appeared on the network's website, OneNewsNow.com.
  • Dr. Dunn also addressed the issue of primary elections and the impact of the Tea Party when he was a guest on CBN News Wednesday.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on CBN News to discuss the impact of President Obama's comments about the Ground Zero mosque in Manhattan.
  • Young B. Choi, associate professor of Information Systems Technology in the School of Undergraduate Studies, presented two papers at the annual technical conference of Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA) during the week of Aug. 11-16, 2010. The papers were titled: "Security and Privacy Issues for Remote Healthcare Monitoring" and "Network Security Perspectives in Cloud Computing."
  • Communication & the Arts Assistant Dean David Hurtado and GLE Assistant Director of Marketing and Recruitment Billy Harper were guests on Puerto Rico's bilingual Christian radio station WBMJ to talk about Regent and the role of higher education in helping to change in the world.
  • Psychology professor Dr. Mark Yarhouse's comments about a Christian response to the recent Proposition 8 ruling in California are included this Christianity Today article. Dr. Yarhouse's perspective regarding the approach used by a Christian evangelist in reaching gays was also included in this posting on The Atlantic.
  • President Carlos Campo was profiled in Inside Business, the Hampton Roads weekly business journal.
  • News of Dr. Campo becoming president has been reported at blackchurchnewswire.com.
  • Dr. Campo was quoted in this Virginian-Pilot article about the popularity of Joel Osteen, who is visiting Norfolk this week.
  • RSU Government professor Dr. David Meyer appeared on CBN News to provide analysis of Iran's nuclear reactor and possible action by Israel.
  • Distinguished Professor Dr. Charles Dunn was a guest on The Janet Mefferd Show, nationally syndicated to over 100 markets on the Salem Radio Network, regarding the results of a new poll on President Obama's religious views.
  • Dr. Dunn also addressed the topic of President Obama's faith on CBN News.
  • Dr. Dunn was interviewed by WVEC-TV (Norfolk's ABC affiliate) regarding a debate among the three candidates for Virginia's 2nd Congressional district race.
  • Psychology & Counseling professor Dr. Mark Yarhouse was a guest on CBN News to comment on a Christian missionary who is reaching out to the gay and lesbian community.
  • Law alumnus Michael K. Elliott ('03) was quoted in the Salt Lake City Tribune regarding a posthumously conceived child.
  • Communication & the Arts alumnus and RSU adjunct professor Dr. Jonah Rice ('06) was named president of Southeastern Illinois College in Harrisburg, Ill.
  • Regent was named a "Model of Efficiency" in University Business magazine for a streamlined course development process for undergraduate business classes. News of this designation was included on numerous TV station and newspaper websites across the country.
  • President Carlos Campo's commentary on how colleges can attract more Hispanic students was published in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
  • Psychology & Counseling Professor Dr. Benjamin Keyes was a guest on Robertson School of Government alumnus John Anthony Simmons' ('98) radio program Right Here, Right Now on WSCA in Portsmouth, N.H., to discuss the Regent First Response Trauma Team's recent trips to Haiti and Romania.
  • Information about the Regent Bookstore's pilot textbook rental program was included in this Virginian-Pilot article.
  • The Regent Com/Arts Summer C.A.M.P. production of "The Wiz" was featured in this Virginia Beach Beacon article.
  • Education alumnus LeVar Mizelle ('07) has been named principal of Weeksville Elementary School in Elizabeth City, N.C., according to this Daily Advance article.
  • GLE alumnus Marc Pitman ('02)—AKA "The Fundraising Coach"—was a guest on the Fox 25 Boston morning show.
  • Law alumna Noel Sterett ('06) was awarded a Bronze Service Award by the Alliance Defense Fund Ministry (ADF) for more than 2,500 hours of pro bono service. Sterett is employed by the law firm of Mauck & Baker, LLC.
  • News of President Carlos Campo assuming his new role at Regent was reported on CBN NewsVirginia Business magazine online, the Christian Post, and BlackChristianNews.com.
  • Law Professor Brad Jacob did several radio interviews regarding a proposal by several senators to consider changing the Constitution's 14th Amendment so that children born to illegal immigrants in the U.S. would not automatically be granted citizenship. He commented on The Andy Caldwell Show on KSMA in Santa Monica, Calif.; Mickelson in the Morning on WHO in Des Moines; and KTRH in Houston.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn's analysis of President Obama's slipping approval ratings appeared in this onenewsnow.com article.
  • Dr. Dunn also provided commentary on The Schnitt Show, on WFLA in Tampa and syndicated to more than 30 stations nationwide, on the issue of children born in the U.S. to illegal immigrants.
  • Law Professor Lynne Marie Kohm was a guest on CBN News to discuss a judge’s ruling that overturned Proposition 8 in California. She also did several radio interviews on this topic, including The Schnitt Show, based in Tampa, Fla.; The Denny Radio Show on WGKA in Atlanta and The Pete Kaliner Show on WBT in Charlotte, N.C.

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July 2010

  • Undergraduate Government Professor Dr. David Meyer did several radio interviews. Two of the interviews involved the leaked military documents about the Afghan War. He was a guest on The Rusty Humphries Show, the #8 talk show in the nation, syndicated on more than 200 stations. He also did an interview with The Denny Radio Show on WGKA-AM in Atlanta.
  • Dr. Meyer also discussed the situation surrounding BP and the Lockerbie bomber on The Andy Caldwell Show on KSMA radio in Santa Monica, Calif., and The Pete Kaliner Show on WBT-AM in Charlotte, N.C.
  • Dean Charles Dunn was interviewed by American Family Radio about why President Obama's attempts to portray the U.S. economy positively aren't working.
  • Law Professor Bradley Jacob was a guest on The Mike Rosen Show on KDA radio in Denver, Colo., to discuss a judge's ruling in the Justice Department lawsuit against the new Arizona immigration law.
  • Alumna Dr. Dianne Steinbeck ’09 (Education) has been appointed principal of Holly Springs Elementary School in Canton, Ga., according to this profile in the Cherokee Times.
  • Alumna Cheryl McKay ’95 (Com/Arts) was profiled in this CBN 700 Club feature, talking about her Regent education and a new screenplay she is working on.
  • Law Professor Lynne Marie Kohm made two appearances on CBN News to discuss a no-fault divorce bill in New York that will make the state the last in the nation to adopt this type of legislation.

  • Undergraduate Studies Government Professor Dr. David Meyer was a guest on CBN News to talk about the status of the war on terror.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn was interviewed on American Family Radio regarding Newt Gingrich's possible run for president and whether Senator Russ Feingold is facing political problems. Dean Dunn's comments on Gingrich were included in this OneNewsNow.com article.

  • The work of Regent's First Response Trauma Team on a trip to Haiti was the subject of a CBN News story.

  • Psychology Professor Dr. Mark Yarhouse's comments about people dealing with same-sex attraction were included in this article from the Charlottesville Daily Progress, and several other Virginia newspapers.

  • Government and Law Professor Dr. Joseph Kickasola's work on articulating a culture clash occurring within Islam was cited in this WORLD Magazine column about the controversy surrounding the building of a mosque in Murfreesboro, Tenn.

  • Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship alumnus Dr. Robert P. Leber '05 has been appointed as a special advisor to Virginia Governor McDonnell for Workforce Development and deputy commissioner of the Virginia Employment Commission.

  • Law alumnus Paul A. Roetman '02 has been appointed by the Alaska governor to serve as a judge on the Kotzebue Superior Court, according to the Alaska Business Monthly.

  • President-elect Dr. Carlos Campo had a Letter to the Editor published in The Virginian-Pilot in response to an article about Regent's financial outlook.

  • The Justice Department's lawsuit against Arizona's new illegal immigration law provided several opportunities for Law professor Brad Jacob to provide analysis and commentary. He appeared on CBN NewsWatch, and was also a guest on five radio programs: The Curtis Sliwa Show on New York City's WNYM (Sliwa is founder of the Guardian Angels); The Brad Davis Show on WDRC in Hartford, Conn.; The Martha Zoeller Show (syndicated) based in Gainesville, Ga.; The Phil Valentine Show, nationally syndicated on more than 70 stations on Westwood One; and The Mike Rosen Show on KOA in Denver, Colo.

  • Education professor Dr. Jason Baker, alumna Dr. Victoria Walker '09 and doctoral student Eileen Lockhart were featured in this Charisma magazine article about online Christian higher education.

  • Government visiting lecturer Dr. Mary Manjikian had an opinion piece published in The Chronicle of Higher Education, "In Praise of Women Who Don't Know Their Place." The full online version is available to subscribers only.

  • Government professor Dr. Jeffry Morrison's co-edited book, Forgotten Founders on Religion and Public Life (University of Notre Dame Press), was listed among "honorable mentions" in the category of non-fiction books in the July 3 edition of World Magazine.

  • Regent's First Response Trauma Team, led by SPC professors Dr. Ben Keyes and Dr. Merrill Reese, was the subject of this CBN story regarding the team's trip to Haiti to provide counseling and training for earthquake victims. The CBN story has been picked up by several other media outlets, including BlackChristianNews.com.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn was a guest on Across the Nation with Bob Dunning on Sirius' radio The Catholic Channel to talk about several current political issues, including GOP Chairman Michael Steele's remarks about the Afghanistan war and California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman's political future.

  • Education professor Dr. Mark Mostert's blog post about the global state of the euthanasia debate has appeared on several websites, including American Thinker.

  • Robertson School of Government Dr. Charles Dunn's comments about religion in public appeared in this Virginia Statehouse News article

  • Communication & the Arts alumni Lawrence Watford '04 and David Ray '03 were featured in this Daily Press (Newport News, Va.) article about a film they wrote and produced about the 9/11 tragedy that is debuting this month at the Long Island International Film Expo.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn was a guest on CBN NewsWatch to discuss GOP Chairman Michael Steele's remarks about the Afghanistan war.

  • Education student Rachel Gall was profiled in this Rappahannock News (Va.) article about a book drive that she organized to help students at a Norfolk (Va.) elementary school, where she was observing a classroom as part of her Regent coursework.

  • President-elect Dr. Carlos Campo was quoted in this World Newspaper website article about immigration reform.

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show on KSMA radio in Santa Monica, Calif., to discuss the General Stanley McChrystal situation.

  • President-elect Dr. Carlos Campo discussed President Obama's speech regarding immigration reform with WAVY-TV 10, the Hampton Roads' NBC affiliate. A link to the video is not available.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn's analysis of political news continues to appear on the OneNewsNow website, including this article on President Obama's approval ratings, an article about Nikki Haley's chances of winning the South Carolina gubernatorial race, and another article on the possibility of former Florida Governor Jeb Bush running for president.

  • Regent's Animation Camp, sponsored by the School of Communication & the Arts, was the subject of this Virginian-Pilot feature.

  • Law alumna '01 Jane Foster has been named first assistant in the McLean County (Illinois) State's Attorney Office, according to this report on WJBC radio.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn was a guest on The Bob Dutko Show on WMUZ radio in Detroit to discuss President Obama's leadership problems.

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June 2010

  • Psychology & Counseling Professor Dr. Mark Yarhouse's comments about Exodus International were included in this Charisma article about the organization's 35th year of Freedom Conferences.

  • Undergraduate Criminal Justice Professor Stephen Raptis was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show in Santa Monica, Calif., to discuss a Utah death row inmate's death by firing squad.

  • Law Professor Bradley Jacob appeared on CBN NewsWatch to comment on a Supreme Court decision that prevents people who sign petitions from keeping their names private.

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on American Family Radio to discuss a wide range of current political topics, including a possible run for president by former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and results of the South Carolina primary races.

  • Law Professor Bradley Jacob was a guest on The Al Gainey Show on WDUN in Gainesville, Ga., to discuss potential Arizona legislation that would deny birth certificates to infants born in Arizona to illegal immigrants.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn was on CBN News to talk about the resignation of General Stanley McChrystal and the appointment of General David Petraeus to replace him in Afghanistan.

  • Divinity Professor Dr. Stanley Burgess commented in this Christian Telegraph article on the impact of healing evangelist pioneer Charles Hunter, who recently passed away.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn's comments about the political future of California Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman were included in this OneNewsNow.com article.

  • Education alumna '93 Ruthanne Kenney has been named principal of Winters Mill High School in Carroll County, Md., according to this Carroll County Times article.

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government, provided analysis for this American Spectator special report on the late Senator Edward Kennedy's connections to the KGB.

  • Education alumna '95 Christie Petersen has been appointed principal of Groner Elementary School in Oregon's Hillsboro School District in addition to her duties as federal Title programs coordinator for the district, as explained in this article in The Oregonian.

  • Education alumna Dr. Sharon Byrdsong '08 has been appointed to serve as the executive director of secondary schools for Norfolk Public Schools in Virginia.

  • A national championship debate event for Christian home-schooled students hosted by Regent was the focus of an article in the Virginia Beach Beacon.

  • Undergraduate Psychology Professor Dr. Dominick D. Hankle has been named the Diocese of Richmond's new ecumenical affairs officer, according to this article in The Catholic Virginian.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn's comments regarding Nevada Senator Harry Reid's Republican opponent, Sharron Angle, being too conservative for many Nevada voters appeared in this OneNewsNow.com article. Also, his analysis of the California race between Senator Barbara Boxer and Republican challenger Carly Fiorina was posted in this article on the same website.

  • Psychology & Counseling Professor Dr. Ben Keyes was a guest on Regent Trustee Bill Federer's American Priorities radio program to talk about a recent trip that he and several students made to Haiti to provide trauma counseling and training in the aftermath of the earthquake that devastated the country earlier this year. Keyes directs Regent's Center for Trauma Studies.

  • President-elect Dr. Carlos Campo was a guest Wednesday on Robertson School of Government alumnus '98 John Anthony Simmons' radio program Right Here, Right Now on WSCA in Portsmouth, N.H., to discuss immigration reform.

  • Undergraduate Criminal Justice Professor Stephen Raptis did an interview on The Alan Stock News Show, on KXNT in Las Vegas to discuss a Utah death row inmate who was executed by firing squad.

  • President-elect Dr. Carlos Campo appeared on CBN News to discuss the efforts of a group of evangelical leaders who are advocating for Congressional action on immigration reform this year. Campo participated in an event with this organization on Capitol Hill.

  • Law Professor Brad Jacob did two radio interviews to discuss efforts by Republican legislators in Arizona to introduce legislation that would deny birth certificates to children of illegal immigrants born in the United States. He was a guest on The Mike Rosen Show on KOA Radio, the number one news/talk station in Denver, and The Bill Meyer Show on KMED, the top station in the Medford, Ore., market.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn provided analysis of President Obama's speech to the nation on the BP oil spill crisis for CBN News.

  • President-elect Dr. Carlos Campo was featured in this Inside Higher Education article that discusses how Christian colleges are integrating faith and spiritual development for online students. The article was reprinted in USA Today.

  • Undergraduate Studies alumnus Nigel Anderson '10 was a guest on The 700 Club to talk about his music and ministry.

  • Law alumnus Robert E. "Bob" Byrne Jr. '02 of Charlottesville has received the Virginia State Bar Young Lawyers Conference 2010 R. Edwin Burnette Jr. Young Lawyer of the Year Award. He is the second Regent Law alumnus to receive this award since 2008.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn co-hosted The Tony Macrini Show on WNIS radio in Norfolk on June 17.

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government, did two radio interviews to discuss President Obama's meeting with Arizona Governor Jan Brewer regarding the state's new immigration law. He was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show in Santa Monica, California, and also on Across the Nation with Bob Dunning on the Sirius XM Catholic Channel.

  • COM/Arts alumnus George Lutz '84 launched his Honor and Remember Across America tour at Regent on Saturday, June 5, to promote adoption of the Honor and Remember flag that he designed for families of military men and women killed in service. CBN News and The Virginian-Pilot covered the event.

  • The primary elections brought several opportunities for Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn to provide analysis. He was a guest on CBN News to talk about possible outcomes, and some of his pre-election commentary appeared in a Richmond Times-Dispatch article. He also taped an interview with American Family News on the American Family Radio network that reaches 180 stations. An article with Dunn's comments has been posted to the network's website, OneNewsNow.com.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn discussed President Obama's support for Palestinians on CBN News. He was also a guest on CBN's Christian World News to talk about the prophetic implications of current events in the Middle East, particularly concerning Turkey's role and the isolation of Israel by the world community, and how Christians can interpret these events in light of scripture.

  • Undergraduate Government Professor Dr. David Meyer made a guest appearance on Mickelson in the Morning on WHO radio in Des Moines, Iowa, to discuss whether a new Cold War is brewing with Russia.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn co-hosted The Tony Macrini Show on WNIS radio in Norfolk on June 3.

  • Undergraduate Government Professor Dr. David Meyer was a guest on Allman in the Morning on KFTK radio in St. Louis to talk about the Japanese prime minister's resignation and his similarities to President Obama.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn taped a segment for What Matters on WHRO-TV 15 in Norfolk. He was part of a panel of political experts who discussed the race for Virginia's 2nd Congressional District, where six candidates are vying for the Republican spot to challenge Democratic Congressman Glenn Nye this November.

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May 2010

  • Undergraduate Studies Assistant Professor Religious Studies Dr. Katherine Attanasi was the keynote speaker at the Centre for Public Theology conference, "HIV/AIDS and the Churches," May 14-15, at Huron University College in London, Ontario. The conference brought together theologians with policymakers, representatives of NGOs, religious leaders, the media and members of the public to discuss policy priorities, medical research and front-line strategies from the scourge of HIV-AIDS globally.

  • Regent Undergraduate Studies Professor Dr. John C. Munday, chair of the department of natural science, mathematics and technology, presented his paper, "Exploring the Creation Terms in Scripture," at the second International Scientific-Practical Conference on Scientific Proofs of Intelligent Design in Genesis and Being of Universe, held in the Ukraine in May.

  • Undergraduate Government Chair Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano appeared on CBN News to talk about Congressional action to repeal the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy regarding gays serving in the armed forces.

  • Undergraduate Government Professor Dr. David Meyer was on CBN News to discuss the situation between North and South Korea over allegations that North Korea torpedoed and sank a South Korean Navy ship.

  • Law Professor Brad Jacob was interviewed by The Virginian-Pilot regarding the congregation of a Norfolk church that sued the pastor over a number of church governance issues.

  • Undergraduate Government Professor Dr. David Meyer was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show on KUHL-AM/KSMA-AM in Santa Monica, Calif., to talk about the nuclear arms treaty with Russia.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn was interviewed on WBT-AM's Tara Servatius Show in Charlotte, N.C., regarding the Mexican president's visit to the United States and his views on Arizona's new immigration law.

  • Robertson School of Government Visiting Lecturer Dr. Mary Manjikian had an opinion piece about political issues stemming from Tax Day published in The Brownsville Herald.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn did an interview with KNX Newsradio in Los Angeles about the Senate primary races.

  • Divinity Professor Dr. Antipas Harris was profiled in this UrbanFaith.com article about his work with Regent's Youth and Urban Renewal Center.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn made two appearances on CBN News to discuss the possible impact and results of several Senate primary races around the country.

  • Law Professor David Wagner was quoted in the Orange County (CA) Register about two U.S. Supreme Court decisions that expanded federal government powers. The editorial also ran in the New Bern (N.C.) Sun Journal.

  • President-elect Dr. Carlos Campo had a letter to the editor published in The Virginian-Pilot.

  • Undergraduate Government Professor Dr. David Meyer was a guest on Mickelson in the Morning on WHO Radio in Des Moines—the number 1 talk show in Iowa—to discuss protests in Thailand and the pending nuclear arms treaty with Russia.

  • President-elect Dr. Carlos Campo was a guest on CBN News to talk about a Connecticut school district that is being sued because of holding high school graduations at church facilities.

  • Regent's May 8 Commencement ceremony was covered by CBN News, and photos of Regent graduates appeared in The Virginian-Pilot in a feature that included several area colleges.

  • Undergraduate Professor Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano appeared in this AOL News article on the issue of courtroom privacy, cameras and Supreme Court justices' stance on the debate.

  • Psychology & Counseling Professor Dr. Mark Yarhouse was quoted in an Associated Press story about a minister who teaches that the evangelical church should welcome gays without making it conditional on a change in their orientation. The story was picked up by dozens of news outlets, including Yahoo! News, Metro News-Ottawa and Sify News, a publication based in India.

  • Divinity Dean Emeritus Dr. Vinson Synan was quoted in an article, published in The Huffington Post and The Biblical Recorder, about former Charisma editor Lee Grady whose book explores the assault on charismatic and Pentecostal churches brought on by the moral failure of many of its high-profile leaders.

  • Education Professor Dr. Mark Mostert discussed euthanasia and assisted suicide with Steve Weinstein of The Village Voice, a weekly newspaper based in New York City. The interview will appear in print at the end of June.

  • Communication & the Arts Associate Professor Dr. Marc Newman officially launched MovieBibleStudy.com, a site to help Christians create a bridge between Hollywood film and the Gospel. A story about the site appeared in several online publications, including this Christian Newswire article.

  • Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship Associate Professor Dr. Kathleen Patterson and Assistant Professor Dr. Doris Gomez co-authored "Human Resources Perspective: Leading Others With Love," which appeared in the spring issue of The Source magazine, a publication of the Women's Initiative Network, a Christian organization for working women. The article appears on pages 9 and 10, followed by a Regent advertisement on page 11.

  • Education Professor Dr. Jason Baker was quoted in this eCampus News article on a Brigham Young University study that examined the costs of making college course material available for free online, and how many enrollments resulted from having open courses available on a university's web site. Registration is required to view the full article.

  • President-elect Dr. Carlos Campo was a guest on CBN News to talk about the importance of praying for the nation as part of National Day of Prayer activities.

  • Robertson School of Government student Eneami Bestman was interviewed by CBN News, as she was part of a delegation of Regent students and staff who attended a National Day of Prayer ceremony at Virginia Beach City Hall.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn was quoted in this OneNewsNow.com article regarding a congressional race in Hawaii.

  • Regent Theatre Department's production of Godspell received a positive review in Veer magazine.

  • Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship alumnus ('06) Dr. Gary Ewen has been appointed dean of the School of Business and Leadership at Colorado Christian University.

  • Divinity Alumnus ('03) Jacque McDaniel was profiled in this State News article out of East Lansing, Mich., regarding his work to start a new church in the community.

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April 2010

  • President-elect Dr. Carlos Campo's comments about the Empowered 21 conference at Oral Roberts University were included in this 700 Club news story. Campo was one of several Regent staff and faculty who participated in this conference.

  • Psychology & Counseling Professor Dr. Mark Yarhouse's comments were included in this New York Daily News article regarding actress Sandra Bullock's announcement that she has adopted a baby while in the process of divorcing her husband.

  • President-elect Dr. Carlos Campo was one of several Regent representatives who were interviewed by Trustee Bill Federer for his American Priorities radio program. Undergraduate Government Professor Dr. David Meyer and student Paul Boller (Government and Law) were also interviewed.

  • Law Professor David Velloney was a guest on both CBN News and WVEC-TV in Norfolk to comment on the indictment of Somali pirates in the United States.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn appeared on CBN News to discuss Florida Governor Charlie Crist's decision to run as an independent in Florida's senatorial race. He also addressed this subject on American Family Radio's Today's Issues.

  • President-elect Dr. Carlos Campo's participation in the Virginia Latino Higher Education Network was included in the April edition of the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia newsletter.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn discussed the Pew Research Center's survey about growing American distrust of government with OneNewsNow.

  • Robertson School of Government Professor Dr. Bob Dyer had an op-ed piece on the Virginia Beach city budget published in the Virginian-Pilot. A link to the article is not available.

  • Divinity Visiting Professor Dr. Mark Wilson's work in Turkey has been featured in the summer 2010 issue of Adult Bible Studies Illustrated, published by United Methodist Publishing.

  • Regent Theatre's production of Godspell was featured in this Virginian-Pilot article.

  • Emmy-award winning Communication & the Arts alumnus '99 Antwan Lewis has joined the news team at WNYW in New York.

  • Education alumnus '09 Dr. Gary Maestas was featured in this Plymouth (Mass.) Wicked Local upon receiving his doctorate degree from Regent. Maestas was honored at the School of Education's 30th anniversary celebration as Alumnus of the Future.

  • Education alumnus '06 David Noblin was the subject of this Virginian-Pilot profile due to his work as coach of the Deep Creek High School (Chesapeake, Va.) softball team.

  • Undergraduate Government Professor Dr. David Meyer was a guest on CBN News to discuss the killings of top al Qaeda leaders in Iraq.

  • Law Professor Robert "Skip" Ash was a guest on Regent Robertson School of Government alumnus '98 John Anthony Simmons' radio program Right Here, Right Now on WSCA in Portsmouth, N.H., to discuss whether enemy combatants should be tried in civilian or military courts.

  • Law Professor Brad Jacob appeared on CBN's NewsWatch to talk about gay rights and religious freedom with regard to the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn co-hosted The Tony Macrini Show on WNIS radio in Norfolk, Va., discussing a wide range of political, historical and educational topics.

  • President-elect Dr. Carlos Campo's comments on educational opportunities for undocumented students were included in this MetroLatinoUSA website article.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn was a guest on CBN's NewsWatch to talk about a new Pew Research Center poll that shows nearly 80 percent of Americans do not trust the government.

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government, discussed the Pew Research Center poll on the Christian talk radio broadcast American Family Radio, which airs on stations in several southern and mid-western states.

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government was a guest on Regent Trustee Bill Federer's radio program, The American Minute, to talk about current political issues and other topics.

  • Divinity Dean Emeritus Dr. Vinson Synan is profiled in the April issue of Christianity Today, reflecting on the history of the Pentecostal movement.

  • Undergraduate Psychology Professor Dr. Dominick D. Hankle wrote an article about how he fits into Regent as a Catholic, which was published in the National Catholic Register.

  • Law Professor Bradley Jacob participated in an interview about religious liberty, which was published in the Assemblies of God Enrichment Journal.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn's comments about the Tea Party movement were included in this Arizona Republic article.

  • Law Professor Kathleen McKee published an article titled "Mediating Aging Issues" in Resolutions, a publication of the Supreme Court of Virginia.

  • Robertson School of Government Dr. Charles Dunn was interviewed by CNS News about President Obama's recess appointments, especially the appointment of Craig Becker to the NLRB.

  • Education Professor Dr. Mark Mostert's blog post, marking the fifth anniversary of the death of Terri Schiavo, was picked up by the Concerned Women for America website.

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on Denver's 850 KDA-AM to discuss health care reform and the legislative process used to pass the bill.

  • COM/ARTS Adjunct Professor Derek Leonidoff was profiled in The Virginia Beach Beacon for his role in the film, Letters to God.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn was interviewed by WVEC-TV 13 regarding Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell's proclamation for Confederate History Month.

  • Alumnus and Regent employee J. Darin Wales '97 (COM/ARTS), a multimedia producer for the Center for Teaching and Learning, captured the Virginia Filmmaker Award for his short film, Plink, at the James River Film Festival in Richmond, as reported in The Virginian-Pilot.

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The J.P. Godsey Show on WPHM AM 670 to discuss current issues in national, state and local politics.

  • Alumnus Dr. Robert "Bob" P. Leber '05 (GLE) is the speaker for Paul D. Camp Community College's graduation, according to this Tidewater News article. Leber is director of Education and Workforce Development and head of The Apprentice School and the Sector's Training Services at Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding's Newport News operations.

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March 2010

  • Vice President Tracy Stewart's comments about Regent's online education were featured in the February issue of Military Advanced Education.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn commented on the implications of 2nd Congressional District Representative Glenn Nye's health care vote for WVEC-13, the ABC affiliate in Norfolk.

  • Undergraduate Government Professor Dr. David Meyer was a guest on CBN to discuss Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's visit to the United States and current US-Israeli relations.

  • Law Professor Lynne Marie Kohm commented in this CBN news story about a Washington high school student whose school facilitated an abortion for her without notifying the girl's parents.

  • Law Professor Brad Jacob was interviewed by WAVY-10, Norfolk's NBC affiliate, regarding a lawsuit filed by Virginia Attorney General Cuccinelli over health care legislation. The story also aired on the local FOX affiliate, was posted online to MSNBC.com and aired on WNOR FM99.

  • Regent students marked International Justice Week with a number of events, including a demonstration against modern slavery that was covered by The Virginian-Pilot.

  • Law alumnus '09 Joshua Bachman was featured in an article from the St. Joseph News Press (Missouri).

  • Psychology & Counseling Professor Dr. Latrelle Jackson was interviewed by the New York Daily News regarding student suicides at Cornell University.

  • Law Professor Lynne Marie Kohm's comments about possible labor law violations regarding children on reality TV shows were included in this Foxnews.com article.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn made an appearance as a guest on the nationally syndicated Mancow Muller radio program to discuss events surrounding possible passage of health care reform legislation in the House of Representatives.

  • Undergraduate Professor Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano appeared on CBN News to talk about political maneuvering to pass health care legislation in the House. A link to the interview is not available.

  • Regent University's participation in a legal brief for the U.S. Supreme Court supporting the Christian Legal Society at the Hastings College of Law was included in this Inside Higher Education article, which provides a comprehensive overview of the case.

  • Law alumna and Army National Guard Major Sarah D. Smith '02 recently earned a Bronze Star for her efforts in Afghanistan. An account of her work in supporting Operation Enduring Freedom can be found in this article from her hometown newspaper, The Edwardsville (IL) Intelligencer.

  • Law alumnus '05 Justin Bush was featured in The Suffolk Sun, a tab section of The Virginian-Pilot. He made law partner faster than anyone at his firm, Stallings and Bischoff, handling criminal justice and family law cases. A link to the article is not available.

  • Law alumna '00 Kristen Smith, who died in February, was profiled in this Virginian-Pilot feature for her work with children in the court system.

  • President-elect Dr. Carlos Campo spoke at the Virginia Latino Higher Education Network (VALHEN) 4th Annual Virginia Higher Education Network Conference, "VALHEN 2010 Encuentro," March 12 - 13. Campo currently serves on the VALHEN board as treasurer.

  • Law Professor Jim Duane was interviewed in this Forbes.com article about the merits of actress Lindsay Lohan's lawsuit against E-trade.

  • Communication & the Arts Professor Andrew Quicke was a guest on CBN News to discuss the Academy Awards.

  • The Executive Leadership Series luncheon, featuring all five South Hampton Roads mayors and attended by about 400 people, received coverage in The Virginian-Pilot.

  • Education Professor Dr. Mark Mostert discussed the indictments of several members of the assisted suicide group Final Exit Network on CBN News and during an interview for The Andy Caldwell Show in California.

  • Psychology & Counseling Professor Dr. Mark Yarhouse taped an interview for the Dennis Prager Show on Salem Radio, a nationally broadcast program on more than 100 radio stations, to discuss his research on whether a person's sexual orientation can change.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn's op-ed on the Tea Party movement continues to appear in newspapers around the nation, including the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Grand Forks Herald, three newspapers with the KPC Media Group in Indiana, the Charlottesville Daily Progress and Alexandria Town Talk.

  • Law Professor Bruce Cameron was a guest on a Seventh-Day Adventist radio program to discuss a law case regarding religious liberty.

  • Education Professor Dr. John Hanes participated in an interview on the future of education, which appeared on the website, Ourblook.com.

  • Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship alumna ('08) Dr. Katherine Buvoltz has been named the associate dean for adult and online education at Houghton College.

  • On March 4, Distinguished Professor of Education Dr. Louis Gallien delivered the spring convocation address, "Why Erksine's Mission Matters: An Institution at the Crossroads," at Erskine College in S.C.

  • School of Undergraduate Studies Associate Professor of Government Dr. David Meyer was the keynote speaker for Idaho State University's 39th annual Frank Church Symposium on "The Middle East." Meyer, who specializes in Military History, Ethnic Conflict and Terrorism, addressed "Terror, Nukes, Land, and Peace: U.S. Foreign Policy toward the Middle East in the Obama Administration."

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February 2010

  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, Professor of Psychology and Hughes Endowed Chair in the school of Psychology and Counseling, gave the Faith and Culture Lecture Series at Asbury College in Wilmore, Kentucky. Yarhouse spoke on sexual identity concerns, and he provided two chapel addresses on "Creating a Campus Climate of Care" and "Creating a Campus Climate of Praise." He also participated in a panel discussion of Biblical perspectives on sexuality, as well as as a Q&A session with students. While at Asbury, Yarhouse also provided training at Asbury Theological Seminary on pastoral care for persons struggling with sexual identity concerns.

  • Vice President of Information Technology Tracy Stewart participated in a Q & A article about online education for the jobs section of the website, Lovetoknow.com.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn's op-ed on the Tea Party movement appeared on The Huffington Post website, in the Tallahassee Democrat, Virginian-Pilot and Bemidji Pioneer (Minn.).

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn participated in an hour-long segment on The Mike Rosen Show on 850-KOA in Denver to discuss President Obama's strategy to engage Republicans and other current national politics news.

  • Education Professor Dr. Mark Mostert's blog post about modern-day eugenics was picked up by Mercatornet.com, an Australian human dignity group that has an international readership, including a large U.S. readership and subscription base.

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government, commented in this Daily Caller article regarding southern Democrats lacking a leader to help them win mid-term elections.

  • Undergraduate Alumna ('08) Dana Roquemore was profiled in this Central Florida Future (University of Central Florida) article about a new business venture that collects and sells vintage items to reduce the consumption of new products.

  • Law Dean Jeff Brauch was quoted in this Virginia Business magazine article about the challenging job market that law school graduates are facing.

  • Law Professor Lynne Marie Kohm was interviewed by Foxnews.com regarding the legal issues of young children appearing on reality TV shows.

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in The Arizona Republic about the primary race between Senator John McCain and Republican challenger J.D. Hayworth.

  • Law Professor Lynne Marie Kohm was a guest on CBN News to discuss a child custody case in which the father is facing jail for taking his daughter to church, after a judge issued an order prohibiting him from doing so.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn was quoted in The News & Advance (Lynchburg, Va.) and The News Virginian (Waynesboro-Staunton, Va.) to talk about the Tea Party movement and candidates that its leadership supports.

  • Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship Professor Dr. Corne Bekker was quoted in the lead article in the January 2010 edition of Impact Magazine about the importance of studying church history.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn was a guest on the Right Here Right Now radio program in Portsmouth, N.H., to talk about presidential leadership.

  • Robertson School of Government Visiting Lecturer Dr. Mary Manjikian had an opinion piece published in the Philadelphia Inquirer regarding conservative values and principles.

  • Education Professor Dr. Mark Mostert was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show in California to discuss an article in a Russian newspaper supporting the killing of infants with disabilities as noted in his recent post on his blog, Disability Matters.

  • Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship alumnus Dr. Louis F. Morgan '09 was one of seven Lee University faculty members who received tenure and were profiled in this Chattanoogan.com article.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn did several radio interviews about the Tea Party movement and related topics including Senator Evan Bayh's announcement that he will not seek re-election. He was a guest on The Georgene Rice Show in Portland, Ore., and The Lars Larson Show in Seattle, Washington..

  • Communication & the Arts Associate Dean Dr. Norm Mintle was a guest on CBN News to discuss the impact of the pro-life Tim Tebow ad during the Super Bowl.

  • Student Services Vice President Dr. Jeff Pittman, Psychology & Counseling Associate Professor Dr. LaTrelle Jackson and Psy.D student Thorayya Giovannelli co-authored an article, "A New Model for Career Services," published in Leadership Exchange (vol. 7.4), a student affairs management magazine. The article discusses the student affairs operation at Regent University and how its focus is to develop students personally, professionally and academically.

  • Law Professor Bradley Jacob appeared on CBN News to discuss a possible conflict of interest in the California Proposition 8 gay marriage case because the judge who will decide the case is gay. 

  • Dr. Norm Mintle, associate dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was a guest on WORD-FM in Pittsburgh, Pa., to talk about Regent and the Jubilee 2010 Conference, where he is one of the speakers.

  • Robertson School of Government Visiting Professor Dr. Mary Manjikian's editorial about new airline security measures has also appeared in the Buffalo News.

  • Law Professor Lynne Marie Kohm appeared on CBN News to comment on the American missionaries jailed in Haiti for attempting to take 33 children from the country without proper documentation.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn provided analysis in this Philadelphia Tribune article about the Democratic Party's loss of momentum in recent months.

  • Divinity Dean Emeritus Dr. Vinson Synan was quoted in this Asbury Park Press (New Jersey) article about the "prosperity gospel" movement.

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on WNIS radio's The Tony Macrini Show to discuss Regent's Reagan Symposium 2010.

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January 2010

  • Law Professor Lynne Marie Kohm appeared on CBN News to discuss a judge's ruling to allow life support to continue for a Canadian infant who suffered brain damage at birth. Doctors want to discontinue care, but his parents contend he is showing improvement and should not be denied medical treatment.

  • Information Technology Vice President Tracy Stewart was quoted in the Fort Wayne, Ind., News-Sentinel regarding the growth of online education.

  • Robertson School of Government Visiting lecturer Dr. Mary Manjikian's op-ed about the impact of heightened security on women in Middle Eastern countries has appeared in The Tennessean in Nashville, Tenn., and The Browsville Herald in Texas.

  • Education Professor Dr. Mark Mostert was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show in the Santa Monica, Calif., area to discuss issues he's addressed in his blog, Disability Matters.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn made several appearances on CBN News to discuss the State of the Union address, both before and after the speech, as well as Gov. McDonnell's response on behalf of the Republican Party.

  • Undergraduate Studies Government Department Chairman Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano appeared on CBN News to discuss issues important to Hispanic voters and what significance they might play in the mid-term elections.

  • In a CBN News story, Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government, commented on White House adviser Valarie Jarrett's comments that the two political parties must work together.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn did a phone interview for The Tony Macrini Show on WNIS radio in Norfolk to discuss the State of the Union and Gov. McDonnell's response. They also promoted the 5th Annual Reagan Symposium.

  • President-Elect Dr. Carlos Campo was profiled in the "Inside Fitness" section of Inside Business, the Hampton Roads Business Journal. The article, "Working Out with Carlos Campo," detailed his fitness regimen, which includes daily cardio workouts and frequent racquetball games. A link to the article is not available.

  • Information Technology Vice President Tracy Stewart was quoted in an eCampus news article about how colleges and universities will be able to use Google Wave, a new application for online collaboration. Access to the full article requires registration.

  • News of Governor Bob McDonnell's inauguration made headlines across the Commonwealth. Most articles noted that the governor is an alumnus of Regent. Gov. McDonnell made national headlines late this week when it was announced that he will provide the GOP response to the State of the Union address.

  • Communication & the Arts Professor and Artist-in-Residence Mark Paladini is a co-executive producer of a movie, produced in Canada, which was covered by The Hollywood Reporter.

  • Undergraduate Studies Government Department Chairman Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano did an interview with the Voice of America Chinese Service branch. The interview will be aired to Chinese people throughout Asia, and portions of it will also be transcribed into Mandarin and published online.

  • Robertson School of Government Visiting Lecturer Dr. Mary Manjikian had an op-ed about air security and its impact on women travelers from Muslim countries published in the Lebanon Daily News in Pennsylvania and The Alexandria Town Talk in Louisiana.

  • The Huffington Post posted clips from the fall 2009 Clash of the Titans in which Arianna Huffington participated.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn was a guest on CBN's NewsWatch to talk about the new political book, Game Change.

  • Education Professor Dr. Deanna Nisbit commented in this Virginian-Pilot article about a Regent partnership with area schools to provide training for teachers who have students with limited English proficiency.

  • Vice President of Information Technology Tracy Stewart wrote an op-ed about online trends in higher education that was published in New York Resident magazine. She also discussed online education for military spouses with the military spouse online community, Operation Homefront Online. Stewart addressed online education trends, how online education can assist in career advancement, and its benefits for the transient nature of the military lifestyle.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn's comments regarding Senator-elect Scott Brown appeared in two articles in The Sun-Chronicle in Attleboro, Mass., both before and after the election.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn appeared twice on CBN News. The link to the online news article and video also contains an interview with School of Undergraduate Studies Government Department Chairman Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano.

  • The Executive Leadership Series luncheon featuring national real estate expert Barbara Corcoran was covered by The Virginian-Pilot.

  • In Hampton Roads, Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government, was a guest for an hour on The Tony Macrini Show on WNIS radio, discussing the Massachusetts race along with other current political issues.

  • Law Professor Lynn Marie Kohm was a guest on CBN News to discuss the United States Supreme Court decision to block cameras from a high-profile federal trial on gay marriage.

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government, had a full week of interviews regarding the Massachusetts Senate race and upset victory of Republican candidate Scott Brown. He was a guest on several radio programs, including Culture Shock with Barry Lynn, The Bob Dutko Show on WMUZ Christian Radio in Detroit, The Rob Black Show on KNEW in San Francisco, the nationally syndicated Point of View program on the IRN/USA Radio Network, In the Booth on KFTM in Fort Morgan, Colo., and The Roland Via Show on WNDB in Daytona Beach, Fla.

  • Law alumnus '04 Jerrell Johnson was featured on the front page of The Virginian-Pilot's Virginia Beach section as one of two local attorneys who are offering free real estate planning for law enforcement officers and their spouses.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn was a guest on the American Priorities radio program with Regent Trustee Bill Federer, covering a wide range of topics, including health care, Democratic Party resignations, GOP Chairman Michael Steele's book, the Tea Party movement, and the Reagan Symposium.

  • Law alumnus '99 J. Jasen Eige has been appointed as counselor and senior advisor to Governor-elect Bob McDonnell, as reported in The Virginian-Pilot and other media outlets across Virginia.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn made a guest appearance on the nationally-syndicated political talk radio program, The Mancow Muller Show, to talk about the effects the loss of major Democratic players in the Senate has on the political climate. The live interview took place during Dunn's Presidential Leadership class, and the host acknowledged the students and Regent several times during the segment.

  • Dr. Louis Gallien, distinguished professor of education, presented a faculty development lecture on "MLK's Vision of the Beloved Community and Taylor's Place in That Vision," at Taylor University, Ind., on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday.

  • Law Professor Tom Folsom was interviewed by SearchCompliance.com regarding a case before the U.S. Supreme Court about the constitutionality of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB).

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn appeared on CBN's NewsWatch to talk about RNC Chairman Michael Steele's comments regarding the failures of the Republican Party.

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in an article in La Opinion, the nation's largest Hispanic newspaper, about President Obama's slipping support among his Democratic base.

  • Divinity Dean Dr. Michael Palmer was interviewed by The Plain Truth magazine for a comprehensive article on the topic of prayer.

  • Robertson School of Government Dean Dr. Charles Dunn was a guest on The Georgene Rice Show in Portland, Oregon, to discuss the effects that the loss of major Democratic players in the Senate, including Sen. Charles Dodd and Sen. Byron Dorgan, has on the political climate.

  • Divinity Professor Dr. Dale Coulter had a column about an evangelical perspective on Mary, the mother of Jesus, published in several media outlets, including the Green Bay Press-Gazette and the Providence Journal.

  • Robertson School of Government Dr. Charles Dunn was interviewed by The American Spectator magazine on the emerging national leadership role of Virginia Gov.-elect Bob McDonnell.

  • Law Professor David Velloney made two appearances on CBN News to discuss the Obama administration's decision to try the Nigerian terror suspect from the Christmas Day airline bombing attempt in a criminal rather than military court.

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on Talkback on News Talk 930 WHON-AM in Dayton, Ohio, to talk about healthcare, homeland security and other current issues. The scheduled 15-minute interview lasted a full hour, and Dean Dunn was also able to share information about Regent.

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