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January 2011 - December 2011

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December 2011

  • David Velloney, associate professor in the School of Law, was recently quoted in a number of national and international publications addressing the trial of U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning, an imprisoned soldier accused of leaking classified material in the WikiLeaks scandal. His comments were included in articles distributed by Thomson Reuters News and Insight and a number of other outlets including the International Business Times, Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun and Yahoo! News. In total, Velloney's comments were picked up by more than 100 news outlets in the United States, Europe, New Zealand, India and Singapore.
  • Booker T. Mattison, assistant professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, was a featured author in this article in Publisher's Weekly.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in four onenewsnow.com articles, including: this article discussing the idea of former Florida governor Jeb Bush running for president in the future, this article discussing whether or not Texas governor Rick Perry can make a comeback in the GOP presidential race, this article discussing Newt Gingrich's absence from the Virginia GOP presidential primary ballot and this article looking back at some of Dr. Dunn's other comments throughout 2011. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit, nationally syndicated) to discuss political news of the day.
  • Jennifer Dorow '95 (Law) was appointed to serve as a judge in Waukesha County Circuit Court by Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, according to this article in the Journal Sentinel. The original news release from the governor's office can be read here.
  • Kenneth Franklin, a student in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was the subject of this article on scnow.com announcing his retirement from 20 years of naval service.
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss a number of issues related to higher education, including the value of a liberal arts education and how to help students recapture the "wonder" of being in school. President Campo was also a guest on Thinking Out Loud (WCTV Chesapeake) to discuss current issues in higher education.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on Michael Savage's Savage Nation radio talk show to discuss the future of North Korea after the death of dictator Kim Jong-il. This is the third largest radio talk show in the nation, with an estimated 10 million listeners weekly. Speaking on the same topic, Dr. Bonicelli was also a guest on The Drew Mariani Show on Relevant Radio, the largest Catholic talk radio network airing on 35 stations across the United States.
  • Dr. Bonicelli also participated in a recent town hall meeting in Manchester, N.H., where he represented the views of GOP presidential candidate and Texas Governor Rick Perry, according to this article from The Business Journals. News of the town hall was published by a number of outlets, including KPTV FOX (Oregon), WJRT ABC (Michigan), KSWT CBS (Yuma, Ariz.) and thestreet.com.
  • Dr. Bonicelli was also a featured blogger on the influential Shadow Government blog, published by Foreign Policy magazine, earlier this month. His column looked at protests in Russia in the wake of recent disputed elections.
  • David Velloney, associate professor in the School of Law, has been quoted several times in The Washington Post's ongoing coverage of the trial of U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning, an imprisoned soldier accused of leaking classified material in the WikiLeaks scandal, including in this article. Velloney's comments were also picked up by a number of European publications and Australia's theage.com.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, published an op-ed on foxnews.com discussing problems and pitfalls among the GOP presidential hopefuls.
  • Addressing the same topic, Dr. Dunn was a guest on CBN Newswatch (link unavailable). Also, he was a guest on American Family Radio with Chad Groening to discuss South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley's endorsement of GOP president candidate Mitt Romney and Franklin Graham's statement that a Mormon in the White House would not disturb him. Dr. Dunn's comments from this interview were included in this article on onenewsnow.com. Also, his comments about GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich were featured in this article on onenewsnow.com.
  • Dr. Eric Jones, chair of the psychology department in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was interviewed for this recent 700 Club Interactive segment about the Milgram experiment and how people view leadership in society.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss Constitutional issues.
  • David Velloney, associate professor in the School of Law, was quoted in this article from The Washington Post discussing U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning, an imprisoned soldier accused of leaking classified material in the WikiLeaks scandal.
  • Dr. Alan Arroyo, dean of the School of Education, was interviewed about the book Secret Kingdom for Educators, which he co-edited with Dr. Hope Jordan, professor in the School of Education, on Life with Purpose Radio with Jon Graham. This program is produced by the Georgia Baptist Convention. (link unavailable)
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss the Iowa caucuses and the Romney bet. (Link unavailable) Dr. Dunn also taped an interview with Bob Morrison of BroadcastNewsSource.com to discuss continuing issues among the GOP presidential candidates. This analysis was also the subject of an interview on What's UP with Terry Lowry (KKHT HOUSTON).
  • Bruce Cameron, professor in the School of Law, was interviewed by CBN News for a feature report exploring companies that screen potential employees for tobacco use.
  • Speaking at Regent's monthly Executive Leadership Series luncheon, Thomas Donohue, president and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce was the subject of this article in the Virginian-Pilot.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss Donald Trump's GOP presidential candidate debate and potential problems for Newt Gingrich. These comments were reprinted by the Christian Coalition of America. He discussed the same topic on The Steve Batton Radio Show (1650 AM Hampton Roads), The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ FM/800AM-Portland, Ore.) and The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit, nationally syndicated).
  • Dr. Dunn was interviewed by the Christian Science Monitor in regards to GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's decision to declare Kid Rock's song "Born Free" his campaign theme song. Dr. Dunn was also quoted in this article from the Christian Science Monitor discussing the increasing use of Twitter as a narrative of the presidential race.
  • Dr. Estrelda Alexander, visiting professor in the School of Divinity, was the subject of this article from urbanfaith.com which explores her new book investigating the African American roots of Pentecostalism.
  • Kaja Dunn '10 (Communication & the Arts) was this subject of this article from the Playwright's Project Backstage Diaries discussing two plays she is directing in the New Youth Program.
  • Cheryl Gerhart '08 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) received a National Board teaching certification, the highest level possible, according to this article from the Martinsville (Va.) Bulletin.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss constitutional law issues.

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November 2011

  • President Carlos Campo was quoted in this article in Inside Business discussing the Plus 1 jobs initiative created by Regent's Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team.
  • Syndicated radio commentator Hugh Hewitt broadcast his show, which is heard in about 120 markets, from the campus of Regent University Nov. 29 – Dec. 1. Many of his guests were Regent administrators and faculty, including: President Campo, who made two appearances; Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies; Dr. Mary Manjikian, assistant professor in the Robertson School of Government, Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government; Regent Law Dean Jeffrey Brauch; and law professors Brad Jacob and Lynne Kohm. Journalism graduate student Rebecca Brittingham and Ashleigh Chapman, the administrative director for the Center for Global Justice, Human Rights & the Rule of Law, were also guests on the show.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Jim Bohannon Show to discuss Congressman Barney Frank's announced retirement and its implications. This is the 6th largest radio show in America with about 4 million listeners and broadcast on more than 350 stations. Speaking on the same topic, Dr. Dunn was also a guest on American Family Radio with Chad Groening.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on CBN Newswatch to provide analysis of GOP presidential Herman Cain's situation and also analysis of President Barack Obama's reelection prospects. Speaking about GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, Dr. Dunn appeared in a number of news outlets this week. He was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com, was a guest on American Family Radio with Chad Groening and was interviewed by La Opinion, the nation's largest Hispanic paper, headquartered in Los Angeles. The article appeared in several Latino publications. Dr. Dunn was also interviewed by WVEC 13 (ABC Norfolk) regarding the news that Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli may enter the 2013 gubernatorial race, creating a spilt with Lt. Governor Bill Bolling who is also expected to run.
  • Judge Greg Wilhelm '98 (Law) was appointed as one of 14 new members representing the Texas Juvenile Justice Advisory Board according to this article from the Ellis County Press. These appointments were made by Texas governor Rick Perry.
  • Cindy Speaker '93 (Communication & the Arts) served as the co-director for the documentary film Well of Dreams released by Speaker Films, her own production company, according to this article from World Book and News.
  • President Carlos Campo announced the new Plus 1 Jobs Initiative sponsored by Regent's Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team as reported by The Virginian-Pilot and Inside Business. The plan aims to inspire local businesses to create jobs for the unemployed. President Campo was also a guest on The Steve Batton Radio Show (1650 AM Hampton Roads) to discuss online education, ethics in education and the marketplace, and political headlines of the day.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss the GOP presidential race and other political news.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on WSCA Portsmouth Community Radio (Portsmouth N.H.) to discuss the Occupy Wall Street movement, right to assembly, cultural issues and the moral climate that gives rise to these kinds of protests. The dean was interviewed by John Anthony Simmons '98 (Government).
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, authored an op-ed that appeared in The Virginian-Pilot. Titled "Calling on Gingrich," the piece compared GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich with the other candidates.
  • Regent University's Global Day of Worship was the subject of this story from CBN News. The evening's events, which included a number of worship artists including Grammy Award®-winner Andrae Crouch, were highlighted in this article from CBN News.
  • Cristy Walker, assistant director of admissions in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was quoted in this article in The Virginian-Pilot discussing the benefits of a high deductible health insurance plan.
  • Kita Graham, assistant director of career services, was featured in this article from CBN News discussing Forbes magazine's announcement that the Hampton Roads, Va., area is on its top 10 cities for working moms.
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest on The 700 Club to discuss Regent's Global Week of Worship.
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) to discuss Politico's journalism ethics displayed in their coverage of claims that GOP candidate Herman Cain sexually harassed several female colleagues. Speaking on the same topic, Dr. Land was also a guest on America's Radio News, a nationally-syndicated hard-news radio show in Washington, D.C.
  • Dr. Alan Arroyo, dean of the School of Education, was a guest on The Current, a Hampton Roads, Va., radio station to discuss programs, distinctives and upcoming events in the School of Education.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on WVEC ABC (Norfolk) to discuss the upcoming elections. He also offered election night commentary on WTKR CBS (Norfolk). (links not available)
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on KMOX CBS Radio with Mark Reardon (St. Louis) to discuss an unscientific poll that showed GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich enjoys considerable favor in St. Louis. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) to discuss Gingrich. Dr. Dunn was also quoted in this report from WVEC ABC discussing negative political campaign ads.
  • Dr. Jennifer Ripley, professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was interviewed by The 700 Club Interactive for a story dealing with the topic of video game violence.
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was a guest on The Jim Bohannon Radio Show to discuss the way Politico has reported on sexual harassment allegations against GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain. The Jim Bohannon Radio Show ranks #6 in the nation, according to Talkers Magazine, and reaches 3.75 million listeners. Speaking on the same day and topic, he was also a guest on CBN Newswatch.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on FOX News Radio's Kilmeade and Friends to discuss former president Bill Clinton coming to Herman Cain's rescue in response to recent allegations of misconduct. Speaking on the same topic, Dr. Dunn was a guest on the The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ FM/800AM-Portland, Ore.). Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Steve Batton Radio Show (1650 AM Hampton Roads) to discuss political news of the day. Dr. Dunn was also quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing the potential for GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich to rise in popularity if Herman Cain's ratings fall.

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October 2011

  • President Carlos Campo was a guest on nationally syndicated radio program, The Hugh Hewitt Show to discuss the Regent's annual Clash of the Titans® debate and the value of Christian higher education. Dr. Campo was also the subject of this recent feature story in The Shopper.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Governemnt, was also a guest on Terry Lowry's What's Up (KKHT HOUSTON) to discuss the implications of Mitt Romney winning the GOP presidential nomination.
  • James Duane, professor in the School of Law, was quoted in this article in the Daily Press discussing individuals who choose to represent themselves in criminal trials.
  • Regent University's ninth annual Clash of the Titans® was the subject of this report from CBN News.
  • Dr. Antipas Harris, assistant professor in the School of Divinity, was interviewed by "Joy in Your Town" (WTPC/TBN Virginia Beach). The interview, which will air in January, focused on electronic technology and youth, as well as apathy among youth.
  • Colleen McNamee '99 (Law) was named a Cambridge Who's Who Professional of the Year in Family Law according to this article in Home and Family.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss President Barack Obama's announcement that the war in Iraq is over and U.S. troops will be home by the end of the year. (link unavailable)
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest on The Steve Batton Radio Show (1650 AM Hampton Roads) to discuss the most recent presidential debate, online education, the "occupy" movement and other topics of the day.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss Mitt Romney's presidential campaign and the Occupy Wall Street movement. On the same day, Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Brad Davis Show (syndicated in Connecticut) to discuss how selecting Mitt Romney as the Republican presidential nominee would impact the 2012 election.
  • Dr. John Mulford, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship, was quoted in this article on allafrica.com discussing customer care and leadership training Mulford's team recently led in Rwanda. News of this training program was also published by mspnews.com.
  • Dr. Jenny Sue Flannagan '08 (Education), assistant professor in the School of Education, was selected to serve on the Virginia Department of Education's K-12 Science Textbook Approval Committee.
  • Dr. Mark Wilson, visiting professor in the School of Divinity, was quoted in this article in Christianity Today discussing recent archaeological discoveries in Turkey.
  • Dr. David Meyer, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on The Phil Valentine Show to discuss the questions raised by the death of Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi. The Phil Valentine Show is nationally syndicated and airs on more than 70 stations nationwide. Speaking again on the same topic, Dr. Meyer was also a guest on What's UP with Terry Lowry (KKHT HOUSTON).
  • A recent guest presentation at the Robertson School of Government featured Southern Baptist ethicist Dr. Richard Land and was the topic of this article by the Baptist Press.
  • Regent's annual Clash of the Titans® was the subject of this article from the Virginian-Pilot.
  • The University Library is currently exhibiting the prophetic painting, "Light of the World," created by Florida artist Keith Goodson. News of this exhibition was reported by CBN Newswatch. During a recent visit to campus, Mr. Goodson did a second interview with CBN News to be used in future programming.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo was a guest on The Steve Batton Radio Show (1650 AM Hampton Roads) to discuss the most recent presidential debate, online education, the "occupy" movement and other topics of the day.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss the Iranian plot to assassinate the Saudi Arabian ambassador in the United States (link unavailable).
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, authored this op-ed titled, "Is Herman Cain the Next Ronald Reagan?" published by Fox News. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss the op-ed and this week's GOP presidential debate.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on America Now with Andy Dean speaking about Herman Cain. America Now is syndicated via Clear Channel to about 100 stations. He was also quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing recent announcements that several states are moving their primaries to earlier dates. Dr. Dunn was a guest on What's UP with Terry Lowry (KKHT Houston) discussing the need to have a bold leader as U.S. president. This program is heard in a number of markets in southeast Texas and throughout the United States. Speaking on the same topic, Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ FM/800AM-Portland, Ore.). He was a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit, nationally syndicated) to speak about GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney not being the GOP candidate of choice at this point.
  • Dr. David Meyer, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on The Barry Farber Show (1050AM New York) to discuss the death of Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi.
  • David M. Edwards, creative director of the International Center for Worship, authored this article for Worship Leader Magazine. The article, titled, "Blessed Assurance," looks at the life of renowned hymn writer Fannie Crosby.
  • Featured at Regent's Executive Leadership Series luncheon, political pollster Frank Luntz spoke about upcoming elections, according to this article from CBN News. News of Luntz's appearance was also reported in this article in the Virginian-Pilot.
  • Dr. Greg Fields '05 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) was appointed senior program director with a focus on strategic relationship development for the YMCA of the East Valley (Calif.), according to this story in the Redlands Daily Facts.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo and Dr. Alan Arroyo, dean of the School of Education, were guests on the 700 Club to discuss The Secret Kingdom for Educators, a book authored by School of Education faculty and based on Dr. M.G. "Pat" Robertson's bestseller.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Jim Bohannon Show twice to discuss the implications of Iran's plot to assassinate a Saudi Arabian official on U.S. soil. This is the 6th largest radio show in America with about 4 million listeners and broadcast on more than 350 stations.
  • Speaking on the same topic, Dr. Bonicelli was a guest on ARNN Mid-Mornings with Ernie Brown. ARNN news airs in 120 markets, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas, Boston, Washington D.C., and Seattle and What's Up with Terry Lowry (KKHT Houston).
  • David Velloney, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on The Thom Hartmann Show to talk about whether or not the killing of U.S. citizens by drone is justified. This is the #8 talk show in the nation, according to Top Talk Radio Audiences.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on Hearsay with Cathy Lewis (WHRV Norfolk) to discuss his latest book titled, The Presidency in the 21st Century. Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Phil Valentine Show to talk about GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain's chances for winning the GOP nomination. This show is syndicated in some 100 markets nationwide. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on American Family Radio with Chad Groening to discuss the possible changing of GOP primary dates and what it means.
  • Congressman Scott Rigell '90 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship), along with Dr. Dunn, was a guest on WVEC's Evening News (ABC Norfolk) to discuss Washington politics. (link unavailable)
  • Dr. Antipas Harris, assistant professor in the School of Divinity, along with journalism student Ashley Smith and alumna Corrynn Peters '03 (Law) were named to the Inside Business Top 40 Under 40.
  • Baxter Ennis, executive director of events & university relations, was a guest on Ask the Expert on WNIS (Norfolk) to talk about the upcoming Clash of the Titans® debate. Again speaking about Clash, he was a guest on The Steve Batton Radio Show (1650 AM Hampton Roads) and a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk).
  • Rebecca Brittingham, a graduate student in the School of Communication & the Arts, was the first recipient of the Dr. Pat Robertson scholarship award, according to this article from CBN News.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss a variety of topics, including immigration issues in higher education.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's possible presidential bid (link unavailable). He was also a guest on American Family Radio with Chad Groening to talk about Governor Christie and GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain. Again speaking about Christie and the media hype over his possible presidential bid, Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Brad Davis Show (WDRC-R Hartford, Conn.). Dr. Dunn's comments about Cain were also included in this report from onenewsnow.com.
  • Dr. Dunn was quoted in this story from onenewsnow.com which discussed a recent poll showing that Mitt Romney may once again be the frontrunner for the GOP presidential nomination.
  • Baxter Ennis, executive director of events & university relations, was interviewed by The Shopper regarding the upcoming Clash of the Titans® debate at Regent. Also speaking about Clash, he was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk).
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss Constitutional issues.
  • Highlights from the CBN 50th anniversary celebration on the CBN/Regent campus were the subject of this story from CBN News.

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September 2011

  • Dr. Richard Land, president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, was a guest on CBN NewsWatch during his recent visit to Regent, discussing immigration and other issues (link unavailable).
  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, distinguished professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, has published the results of a study of individuals seeking sexual orientation change through Christian ministries, according to this story in the Christian Post. Dr. Yarhouse's research was also the subject of this story on CNN and in a number of other news outlets.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo was a guest on Jan Mickelson in the Morning (WHO Iowa) to discuss Texas Governor Rick Perry's recent comments about immigration. WHO is a Clear Channel station and the #1 station in that market. Speaking on the same topic, President Campo was also interviewed by Terry Lowry, host of What's Up? (KKHT Houston).
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies, was quoted in this World Magazine article discussing a U.S. Census Bureau study on poverty around the United States.
  • Lynne Marie Kohm, Regent Law's John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law, was quoted in this report from Christianity Today that asked if pastors should perform marriage ceremonies for cohabiting couples.
  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, distinguished professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, has published the results of a study of individuals seeking sexual orientation change through Christian ministries, according to this release on christiannewswire.com that has been picked up by a number of other media outlets, including the Christian Post.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, did two radio interviews this week discussing Texas governor Rick Perry's decline in the presidential polls. He was interviewed by American Family Radio and was a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit). His comments from the American Family Radio interview were included in this story from onenewsnow.com. Again, speaking about the status of Republican presidential candidates, Dr. Dunn was a guest on CBN Newswatch (link unavailable).
  • Nathan Godsey '10 (Law) has joined Waldo & Waldo Attorneys, a Greeley, Colo., estate planning law firm established in 1938, according to this report in The Tribune.
  • Cristina Baldwin '95 (Education) was named the runner up for the Rome City Schools Teacher of the Year (Georgia), according to this article in the Rome News-Tribune.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Rusty Humphries Show (#8 radio program in the nation) to discuss the question of the Palestinian bid for full recognition at the United Nations. Speaking on the same topic, he was also a guest on The Barry Farber Show (1050AM New York) and on Terry Lowry's What's UP Radio Program (KKHT HOUSTON, syndicated throughout the U.S.).
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was interviewed for CNN.com's Belief Blog on the topic of GOP presidential candidates' and Tea Party members' religious beliefs. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Phil Valentine Show to talk about Hillary Clinton. This radio show is syndicated in about 100 markets nationwide. Speaking on the same topic, he was a guest on The Barry Farber Show (1050AM New York). He was also on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss political news of the day. Dr. Dunn was also quoted in this article from World Magazine speaking about President Barack Obama's declining approval ratings.
  • Law Professor Brad Jacob appeared on CBN News' Newswatch to discuss differing opinions about the death penalty among Christians. The story resulted from an execution this week in Georgia that received much national attention. Professor Jacob was also a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss constitutional and legal issues in the news.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo was quoted in this Virginian-Pilot article which explored the increases in Latino enrollment at Regent and several other local universities.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss Monday's debate among the GOP presidential candidates.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was also on CBN Newswatch to talk about the GOP presidential race. (link not available)
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on the nationally-syndicated Bob Dutko Show on WMUZ Christian Radio (Detroit) to talk about Michele Bachmann's campaign. He was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing personnel changes in her campaign staff. He was also quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing recent comments about the likelihood of President Obama becoming a one-term president.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Steve Batton Radio Show (1650 AM Hampton Roads) to talk about the GOP race and other political news.
  • Baxter Ennis, executive director of events & university relations, was a guest on The Steve Batton Radio Show (1650 AM Hampton Roads) to promote the upcoming Executive Leadership Series season and the Clash of the Titans® debate and dinner.
  • Dr. Richard Kidd, director of Campus Ministries, was one of a group of religious leaders who contributed to a community prayer published by the Virginian-Pilot in honor of the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
  • Vanya Bule '06 (Divinity) was the subject of this feature on the 700 Club talking about her ministry in Bosnia.
  • Robert Edwards '95 (Communication) was recently named the director of marketing for nFocus Software, the leading provider of performance management and outcome measurement software to the public sector, according to this release from prnewswire.com. News of Edwards' appointment was also reported by WSET TV (ABC Lynchburg/Roanoke), WXOW TV (ABC LaCrosse, Wis.) and thestreet.com.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on Al Gainey and Company to discuss former Vice President Dick Cheney's memoir that was released last week. Prior to the book's release, Dr. Bonicelli was also a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) and The Brad Davis Show (syndicated in Connecticut) on to speak about Cheney's memoir.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on a number of radio programs this week. He was interviewed by Rita Cosby (WOR Radio 710AM-New York) about President Obama's jobs speech to Congress. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show to discuss GOP presidential candidate Gov. Rick Perry's poll numbers. This show airs live in several markets including Houston, New Orleans, Memphis and Tampa. Dr. Dunn was a guest with Chad Groening on American Family Radio to discuss Perry and the president's speech to Congress. Comments from that interview can be found in this article from onenewsnow.com. Following the president's address on Sept. 8, Dr. Dunn was a guest on America Now with Andy Dean to discuss the president's speech.
  • Dr. Jason Baker, professor in the School of Education, authored "What Exactly is Online Learning?" posted on churchexecutive.com.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was interviewed by affiliates of the United Stations Radio Network to discuss whether Hilary Clinton might step up to challenge President Barack Obama. Dr. Dunn was interviewed by WOC-R (Davenport, Iowa), WKBN (Youngstown, Ohio), WRVA (Richmond, Va.) and WTVN-R (Columbus, Ohio).
  • Baxter Ennis, executive director of events & university relations, was a guest on The Steve Batton Radio Show (1650 AM Hampton Roads) to promote the upcoming Executive Leadership Series season and the Clash of the Titans® debate and dinner.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss Constitutional issues in the news.

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August 2011

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, wrote this op-ed posted on FoxNews.com. The op-ed is titled, "Hilary on the Horizon as an Obama Challenger?"
  • Dr. Dunn was also a guest on a CBN Newswatch report analyzing President Obama's declining support among voters.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on CBN News to discuss former Vice President Dick Cheney's memoir, which created headlines leading up to its recent release.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo was profiled in the Virginia Beach Beacon, reflecting on his first year as president of Regent. (link unavailable)
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was a guest on America's Radio News Network Mid-Mornings Live with Ernie Brown to discuss the intensity of media coverage of last week's Hurricane Irene.
  • Regent University students lent a hand to Operation Blessing International to assist with community clean up after Hurricane Irene, according to this report from CBN News.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on five Fox News radio stations—in San Diego; Denver; Lansing, Mich.; Champagne, Ill.; and York, Pa.—to discuss the continuing situation in Libya.
  • Dr. Vinson Synan, School of Divinity dean emeritus, was interviewed by CBN Morning News about the prevalence of natural disasters in 2011.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss Constitutional issues in the news.
  • Booker T. Mattison, assistant professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, was quoted in this article from The Record (Stockton, Calif.) discussing his upcoming presentation at the Sistahs in Conversation and Sistahs in Harmony scholarship fundraising lunch honoring college-bound women.
  • Stephanie Reidlinger '10 (Law) was quoted in thisarticle in the Denver Post discussing the finding that women in Colorado convicted of sexually assaulting a child in their care are far less likely to go to prison than men sentenced for the same crime.
  • Ashley Smith, a journalism student in the School of Communication & the Arts, appeared on WTVR CBS (Richmond) to discuss her recent win in the Miss United States pageant.
  • Joe Skillen '08 (Divinity) was recently hired as a visiting assistant professor of theology and ministry at Sterling College according to this report from hutchnews.com (Kansas).
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest with Todd Starnes on Fox News Radio to discuss First Amendment rights in the case of a Florida school teacher who was suspended and could lose his job after he voiced his objection to gay marriage on his private Facebook page.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies, was interviewed on CBN's Morning News where he discussed presidential candidate Michele Bachmann's win in the Iowa straw poll and the evolving GOP field.
  • Dr. Sergio Matviuk, executive director of global affairs, was interviewed by El Club 700 Hoy recently about the importance of college education and the role of parents in motivating children to go to college.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit, nationally syndicated) to talk about results from the Iowa straw poll.
  • Dr. Dunn was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing the measure that California Governor Jerry Brown signed to change how the state's electoral votes are awarded in presidential elections. Dr. Dunn's comments about the recent GOP straw poll in Iowa were included in this article from onenewsnow.com.
  • Law professor James Duane was quoted in this article from the Daily Press (Newport News, Va.) discussing judicial powers regardng contempt of court. The article resulted from the case of a woman who died while being held in a local jail on contempt charges.
  • Attorney-in-residence Randy Singer was a guest on 700 Club Interactive discussing the plight of the "untouchables" in India and why he included them in his latest book. (link unavailable)
  • Dr. David Meyer, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on The Barry Farber Show (1050AM New York) to discuss the London riots.
  • CBN/Regent Police Chief Chris Mitchell was a guest on "Joy in Our Town," a public affairs program produced by WTCP-TV 21 (TBN), to discuss violence against college students and victims/witnesses.
  • Ashley Smith, a journalism student in the School of Communication & the Arts, appeared on the 700 Club to talk about her Miss United States title. The news of Smith's recent win was also reported by Praise 100.9 (Charlotte N.C.).
  • Hosted by Regent University's Martinson Center for Mathematics & Science, S.T.E.M. Camp was the subject of this report from CBN News. S.T.E.M. camp is designed to teach elementary-aged students the fun side of math, science and technology while encouraging critical thinking and problem solving.
  • David Proffitt, executive director for enrollment marketing and corporate relations, was interviewed by a team from Saddleback Church during the Willow Creek Leadership Summit this week. The interview is part of a video expected to be viewed by 40,000 people.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on the "What's UP" radio program (KKHT Houston and syndicated) to discuss comparisons between President Barack Obama and former President Jimmy Carter. Listen to the interview at www.TerryLowry.com. Speaking on the same topic, Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ FM/800AM-Portland, Ore.) and American Family Radio with Chad Groening (syndicated). Dr. Dunn's comparisons between Presidents Obama and Carter were also included in this article from onenewsnow.com.
  • Baxter Ennis, executive director of events & university relations, was a guest on The Steve Batton Radio Show (1650 AM Hampton Roads) to promote the upcoming Executive Leadership Series season and the Clash of the Titans® debate and dinner.
  • Dr. Antipas Harris, assistant professor in the School of Divinity, recently appeared on WHRE, the Virginia Beach area affiliate of Trinity Broadcasting Network, to discuss youth and urban ministry issues.
  • Sharon Olshefski '11 (Divinity) was the subject of this article in the Huntsville Times, profiling her summer internship with Second Mile Development, a Christian non-profit that supports family development and economic growth in Huntsville.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo was quoted in this article from Charisma Magazine discussing Christian higher education in the midst of tough economic times. President Campo was also a guest on The Steve Batton Show (Freedom 1650AM) to discuss the implications of the debt crisis on student financial aid. He was also a guest on The Jon Cash Show (Freedom 1650AM), to talk about the future of Cuba.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Barry Farber Show (1050AM New York) to discuss Dr. Dunn's recent op-ed comparing President Barack Obama with former president Jimmy Carter. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) to discuss political party responses during the debt crisis and The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit) to discuss Herman Cain's dwindling campaign.
  • Dr. Dunn was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain's campaign. On the same day, Dr. Dunn was also a guest on American Family Radio with Chad Groening (syndicated) to assess how Obama and the GOP fared in the debt-ceiling debate, as well as recent comments made by Texas Governor Rick Perry. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on WVEC (Norfolk Va., ABC affiliate) on Monday to talk about the debt ceiling's potential impact on the military. Dr. Dunn was a guest on CBN's Newswatch to comment on the debt deal.
  • Dr. Jennifer Ripley, professor in the School of Pyschology & Counseling, was interviewed by a reporter from the Chilean newspaper La Tercera for an article discussing forgiveness in young couples.
  • Ashley Smith, a student in the School of Communication & the Arts, was recently crowned Miss United States, according to this article in the Virginian-Pilot.
  • Jonthan Downing, a student in the School of Divinity, and her husband were the subjects of this edition of the Daily Advance discussing their ministry Shalom International Church.

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July 2011

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Jim Bohannon Radio Show to discuss the looming debt crisis in Washington, D.C. The Jim Bohannon Radio Show ranks #6 in the nation, according to Talkers Magazine, and reaches 3.75 million listeners.
  • Law School Dean Jeffrey Brauch was quoted in this Virginian-Pilot article about law students serving as summer interns in area courts. Law student Brian Bailey was also quoted in the article.
  • Dr. Dunn also published this op-ed, titled "The High-Stakes Game of Political Chicken" on foxnews.com. The op-ed discussed the continuing debt crisis in Washington, D.C. The op-ed was also picked up by myfoxphilly.com. Discussing the debt crisis, Dr. Dunn was also a guest on CBN News. View his interviews here and here.
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest on Positive Talk Radio (KKZZ AM 1400 Ventura, Calif.) with Billy the Brain to discuss the history of how Hollywood portrays Christians negatively and also issues surrounding U.S. immigration reform. Listen to the interview here.
  • Klementina Shahini '03 (Education) was mentioned in this article from Montgomery Media (Ft. Washington, Pa.), discussing a school that she and her husband are opening in Albania this year.
  • Regent University recently hosted a forum that was put on by the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition. The forum featured a panel discussion on foreign policy as reported in the Virginian-Pilot.
  • Lynne Marie Kohm, John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law in the School of Law, was selected to give a presentation at the 8th Annual International Conference on Law held in Athens, Greece. Her presentation was titled "The Challenges of Family Law and Policy in Immigration Regulation."
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Jim Bohannon Radio Show to discuss the looming debt crisis in Washington, D.C. The Jim Bohannon Radio Show ranks #6 in the nation, according to Talkers Magazine and reaches 3.75 million listeners.
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss the phone hacking scandal in Great Britain and how it affects the reputation of journalists. Speaking on the same topic, Dr. Land was also a guest on America's Radio News Network (syndicated to 170 stations).
  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, distinguished professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was quoted in this article in Christianity Today, discussing a recent decision by Willow Creek Church to end its affiliation with Exodus International.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on Barry Lynn's nationally syndicated radio show Culture Shocks to discuss the marital pledge in Iowa and the no-new-taxes pledge in Washington, D.C.
  • David M. Edwards, creative director for the International Center for Worship, published an article in the latest issue of Flourish Magazine, titled "Singing Through the Seasons of Life." (link unavailable)
  • Haskell Murray, assistant professor in the School of Law, was quoted in this article in Virginia Business, discussing a Richmond-based company facing legal trouble from unhappy investors.
  • Justin Oliver, a doctoral student in the School of Education, was selected for the 2011 Chancellor's Developmental Education Institute, according to this article from the Suffolk News-Herald. The Institute was offered by the Virginia Community College System in partnership with the National Center for Developmental Education.
  • Regent University was listed in the summer issue of The Voice in Hispanic Higher Education as an HACU-member institution that sent a delegate to meet with Congressional leaders at the Capitol Forum. (link unavailable)
  • Regent University faculty recently awarded tenure were announced by Inside Higher Education.
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.), discussing lessons to be learned from recent scandals involving journalists and phone hacking.
  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, distinguished professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was a guest on CBN News to discuss reparative therapy for homosexuals and present findings from his research on sexual identity.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, wrote an op-ed that appeared in the Virginian-Pilot discussing the continuing budget discussions between President Obama and Congress. Dunn also published an op-ed on newsmax.com comparing President Obama to former President Jimmy Carter.
  • Dr. Dunn was quoted in this article from The American Spectator discussing GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich's recent remarks calling for reform to the government's judicial branch. Dr. Dunn's recent Washington Times op-ed about the economy's impact on the 2012 presidential election was referenced in this onenewsnow.com article. His comments about recent poll results for presidential candidate Michele Bachmann were included in this article from onenewsnow.com. Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Rusty Humphries Show (#8 radio program in the nation) to discuss the looming debt crisis. He was also a guest on The Jon Cash Show (WHKT 1650 Hampton Roads) and CBN Newswatch discussing current political news.
  • Arva Chick Davidson, a student in the Schools of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship and Law, was recognized by the City Council of Newport News for her service on the board of directors of the Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board according to this article from The Newberry Observer.
  • Dr. Gary Oster, professor in the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, was quoted in this article from Inside Business discussing investors who focus on startups as opposed to existing companies.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on American Family Radio with Chad Groening to discuss the newest entry into the GOP presidential race, Congressman Thaddeus McCotter (R-Mich). Speaking again about Congressman McCotter, Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit).
  • Dr. Marcela Chavan-Matviuk '06 (Communication & the Arts), director of the Center for Latino Leadership, was recently appointed as an institutional representative for the Virginia Network for Women in Higher Education. News of this appointment was published in Inside Business. (link unavailable)
  • Derek Martin '09 (Communication & the Arts), theatre instructor in the School of Communication & the Arts, was the subject of this online feature discussing this week's performance by a theatre company (Americana Theatre Company) he created with his wife, Jennifer Martin '08 (Communication & the Arts), a recruitment associate for Regent's theatre program.
  • Ryan McPherson '08 (Law) was quoted in this article from the Yakima Herald-Republic, discussing the finding that there are more lawyers than jobs in 48 of the 50 states. The article was also picked up by the Tri-City Herald.
  • Chris Free '11 (Communication & the Arts) was the subject of this article from The Chillicothe Gazette discussing a documentary Free made about a rare blood disorder.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Brad Davis Show (syndicated in Connecticut) to discuss Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Michele Bachmann.
  • Dr. Marcela Chavan-Matviuk, director of the Center for Latino Leadership, was quoted in this article from progress-index.com discussing the annual Virginia Hispanic Youth Institute symposium.

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June 2011

  • President Carlos Campo was interviewed by CNN India discussing his views on the exploitation of women in India and elsewhere. (link unavailable)
  • Dr. Mitch Land, new dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was included in the "People Changes" section in Inside Business announcing Land's appointment at Regent.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing Michele Bachmann's entrance into the Republican presidential race. Dr. Dunn's comments about Bachmann's controversial interview with a Fox News anchor were published by CBN News.
  • Dr. Gary Oster, professor in the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, was quoted in this article from Inside Business discussing Hampton Roads' anticipated slow recovery of jobs lost during the recession.
  • Derek Martin '09 (Communication & the Arts), theatre instructor in the School of Communication & the Arts, was the subject of this online feature discussing a theatre company (Americana Theatre Company) he created with his wife, Jennifer Martin '08 (Communication & the Arts), a recruitment associate for Regent's theatre program. Regent alumna Hannah Hughes '11 (Communication & the Arts) is also pictured with the article.
  • Dr. Bramwell Osula, associate professor in the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, was a guest speaker at the 26th Conference of the Association of Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities, according to this article from allafrica.com.
  • Josh Arnold '07 (Education) was the subject of this article from the Rome News-Tribune (Georgia) announcing his receipt of the Association for Christians in Student Development's Ruth Bamford Award honoring Arnold's successful efforts to integrate faith and learning into his professional life. Arnold is Shorter University's director of residence life and student conduct.
  • Dr. Mervyn Wighting, professor in the School of Education, authored the lead article in the Spring edition (Vol. 6, No.1) of the Journal of the National Association for Alternative Certification (JNAAC). The article is taken from the manuscript that details his research investigating how Career Switchers interact as they progress through their Level I coursework.
  • Dr. David Meyer, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on The Brad Davis Show (syndicated in Connecticut) to discuss the continuing role of the United States in Libya.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss the Electoral College data in his recent Washington Times column. Speaking on this topic, as well as the expanding field of Republican presidential contenders, Dr. Dunn was also a guest on American Family Radio with Chad Groening.
  • Dr. Dunn's comments about presidential candidate Mitt Romney were included in this article on onenewsnow.com. He was also quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com about former Utah governor Jon Huntsman's announcement that he will seek the Republican presidential nomination. Dr. Dunn's comments about Texas governor Rick Perry potential entrance into the presidential race were included in this article from onenewsnow.com.
  • Michelle Terry ('09) and husband and wife team Wesley and Abby Southerland ('07) were mentioned in this article from The Tennessean featuring their boss, Larry Crain, senior counsel with the American Center for Law and Justice.
  • Marquita Rhodes '02 (Government) was named the new marketing manager for the Downtown Albany Business Improvement District according to this article on Read Media newswire.
  • Jasen Eige '98 (Law) was appointed counselor and senior policy advisor to Virginia Governor Robert F. McDonnell '89 (Law and Government) according to this article from healthtechzone.com. Eige previously served as a counselor and senior advisor to the governor.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, published this op-ed in The Washington Times, discussing the impact of unemployment on President Obama's chances for re-election in 2012.
  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, distinguished professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was included in this article from the The New York Times magazine discussing his research and approach for sexual identity therapy.
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.).
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli's recent appointment as executive vice president of Regent University was reported by Inside Higher Education.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss Newt Gingrich and several of the other 2012 presidential hopefuls; later in the week he returned to Newswatch to discuss a recent debate among Republican presidential hopefuls. He was also a guest on What Matters with Cathy Lewis (WHRO-TV 15 Norfolk, Va.) to discuss current political headlines.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on American Family Radio with Chad Groening to discuss the New Hampshire debate with several Republican presidential contenders, as well as several other topics related to the 2012 presidential election. His comments were published in this onenewsnow.com article. He was also a guest on Newstalk WJR (Michigan) on to discuss high unemployment, electoral votes and Obama's re-election chances.
  • Dr. Mitch Land's appointment as dean of the School of Communication & the Arts was published on the Dallas South News website.
  • Kevin Mooney '06 (Government) published an article in American Spectator that referenced his attendance at the 2011 Reagan Symposium.
  • Frank Leech '06 (Education) was appointed principal of Fluvanna Middle School in Fluvanna County, Va., according to this article in the Fluvanna Review.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, published an op-ed on FoxNews.com discussing the influence Sarah Palin holds within the Republican Party and the importance of her nationwide bus tour. Dunn's op-ed received more than 300 Facebook recommendations and Fox News published more than 1,000 written responses.
  • Dr. Dunn's op-ed was also picked up by KCOP TV (FOX Los Angeles), patriotactionnetwork.com, and KDFW TV (FOX Dallas-Fort Worth).
  • President Carlos Campo was interviewed in this news segment from WVEC TV (ABC Norfolk) discussing his support of the upcoming Hampton Roads Gala.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Phil Valentine Show (syndicated) to discuss Palin driving the GOP presidential nomination process. He was a guest on Word of Truth Radio (Minneapolis-St. Paul) to discuss unemployment rates and how those might impact the 2012 Electoral College results and also on Hearsay with Cathy Lewis (WHRV Norfolk) to discuss the 2012 presidential and senatorial races. He was also aguest on News Talk 97.1 Allman in the Morning (St. Louis) to discuss Palin's Bus Stops Here tour.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli's recent appointment as executive vice president of Regent University was published in Inside Business.
  • David M. Edwards, artist-in-residence in Regent's Center for Worship, authored this article on songdiscovery.com. Published in June, the article explores the life of renowned hymn writer Fannie J. Crosby.
  • Dr. Eric Jones, chair of the psychology department in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was quoted in this article from KPXQ AM radio (Phoenix) discussing the question, "Why do children lie?"
  • Nicole LeBoeuf and Marie Krause, both second-year law students, attended a ceremony where Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell '89 (Law and Government) signed a group of anti-human trafficking laws into effect, according to this article in the Washington Times. LeBoeuf and Krause attended as representatives of the Richmond Justice Initiative through their summer internships.
  • Dr. Gary Maestas '09 (Education) was the subject of this article from CBN News discussing his goal of cycling 600 miles from Washington D.C., to Plymouth, Mass., to raise $100,000 for Plymouth's public schools. Maestas is the superintendent of schools in Plymouth.
  • Lisa Pielstick '11 (Education) was appointed as principal of Woodland Christian High School, according to this article from the Daily Democrat (Woodland, Calif.).
  • Noel Sterett '06 (Law) was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com, discussing a Chicago pastor's efforts to reverse Chicago's policy that says religious leafleting and street evangelism at a city festival is unconstitutional.
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest on CBN NewsWatch to discuss liberal bias in Hollywood and how Regent graduates are providing a balanced voice in the entertainment industry.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on WHO-Radio (Des Moines) to speak about Sarah Palin and spoke about Palin and Rudy Giuliani on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit).
  • An op-ed by Dr. Dunn regarding Mitt Romney's presidential campaign prospects appeared in The Virginian-Pilot.
  • Dr. Mark Mostert, professor in the School of Education, and co-authors James M. Kauffman, Patricia L. Pullen and Stanley C. Trent recently released the 5th edition of Managing Classroom Behavior: A Reflective Case-Based Approach.

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May 2011

  • Dr. John Mulford, director of Regent's Center for Entrepreneurship, was a guest on CBN News as part of a panel discussion on the ethics of multi-level marketing businesses. Dr. Mulford was also interviewed by CBN News for a report about Biblical entrepreneurship
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on the nation's 11th-ranked program, The Lars Larson Show to discuss Sarah Palin's bus tour.
  • Dr. Dunn's analysis of Mitt Romney's presidential candidacy appeared in this onenewsnow article. In this onenewsnow.com article, Dr. Dunn discussed the possibility of Rudy Giuliani running for president.
  • Dr. Louis Morgan '09 (GLE) was among several people who earned associate professor status at Lee University, according to this article in the Cleveland Daily Banner.
  • Dr. Mervyn Wighting, professor in the School of Education, presented a paper at the 13th annual ATINER International Conference on Education in Athens, Greece. Wighting's paper, co-authored with Dr. Gail Derrick, professor in the School of Education, included sections translated into both Greek and French and described research results obtained by the authors in the measurement of perceived learning in adult education.
  • David Wagner, professor in the School of Law, was quoted in this Christianity Today article discussing legal protection for faith healing.
  • Dr. Michael Palmer, dean of the School of Divinity, was quoted in this report from WVEC TV (ABC Norfolk) discussing the challenge of tithing in tough economic times.
  • Dr. Vinson Synan, dean emeritus of the School of Divinity, was quoted in this report from CBN News discussing the continuing controversy sparked by Michigan pastor Rob Bell's recent book.
  • Dr. Synan's comments on a radio preacher's predictions that the rapture would happen on May 21, were included in this article from CBN News.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing former Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty and his bid for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. Dr. Dunn also appeared on CBN Newswatch to discuss Pawlenty's run for president.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on a number of radio programs, including The Thom Hartmann Program, the nation's #8 radio talk show (syndicated to more than 130 stations), discussing Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich's positions on health care. He was a guest on The Brad Davis Show (syndicated in Connecticut) to discuss Romney's presidential prospects. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) and Broadcast News Source (Bob Morrison, syndicated) to discuss Romney. Dr. Dunn was a guest with Chad Groening on American Family Radio to talk about Romney and the possibility of others entering the race for the Republican presidential nomination.
  • Dr. Amos Yong, J. Rodman Williams Professor of Theology in the School of Divinity, was quoted in this article from the Swedish newspaper Världen idag. Yong was a featured speaker at the recent conference of the European Research Network on Global Pentecostalism.
  • Regent University maintained a flat tuition rate between last year and this year, according to this report from Inside Business.
  • President Carlos Campo was named chair of the Alliance for Hispanic Christian Education by the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Committee, according to this report in Hispanic Outlook in Christian Higher Education.
  • President Campo was also listed in Inside Business as part of the magazine's story, "The Power List," a compilation of the 75 most powerful people in Hampton Roads. President Campo was named to the magazine's Up and Coming to Watch List. Regent alumni Tanya Bullock '99 (Law) and Scott Rigell '90 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) were also included on the list. President Campo was also mentioned in another issue of Inside Business for receiving the 2011 Excellence in Leadership Award from the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference.
  • Dr. Vinson Synan, dean emeritus of the School of Divinity, did several interviews this week about the predicted Rapture on May 21. He was interviewed by CBN News, Voice of America radio, The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit) and WVEC ABC (Norfolk, Va.).
  • Dr. Vinson Synan was interviewed by CBN News regarding British physicist Stephen Hawking's comments that heaven is a "fairy story" (link unavailable).
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on American Family Radio with Chad Groening to discuss Mike Huckabee's announcement that he will not run for president in 2012. Dr. Dunn's comments can be read in this article from onenewsnow.com. Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detriot) to discuss Republican presidential candidates Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney and their stances on healthcare.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing potential presidential candidate Mitch Daniels, current governor of Indiana. Dr. Dunn's comments on Donald Trump's decision not to run for president were published in this article from onenewsnow.com.
  • Dr. Michael Hill-Kirkland, professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, was quoted in this article in the Virginian-Pilot discussing "Blackbeard and Calico Jack," an original 30-minute show Dr. Hill-Kirkland authored that is being performed at this weekend's Pirate Party at the Virginia Beach, Va., oceanfront.
  • Dr. Kathy Keafer '07 (Education) received the Education Award from the YWCA of Greater Johnstown, Pa., for her contributions to the community during the 25th anniversary of Tribute to Women, according to this article in The Tribune-Democrat.
  • Dr. James Sells, professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was a guest on CBN News to discuss the state of marriage in society today. Dr. Sells was interviewed at a Regent University Church Relations seminar where he was training pastors to be more effective marriage counselors.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on Cathy Lewis' What Matters program on WHRO (Norfolk, Va.) to discuss President Barack Obama and the death of Osama Bin Laden.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on WNYC (93.9 FM and AM 820) to discuss the recent presidential debate. Read a transcript of the interview here. Dr. Dunn was a guest on American Family Radio with Chad Groening to discuss the S.C. "No-Show Debate," as well as other topics related to the 2012 presidential election. Dr. Dunn's comments from this interview can be read in this onenewsnow.com article. He was also a guest on Terry Lowry's What's UP (KKHT Houston, syndicated in the mid-west, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Florida) to discuss the process for some of the early presidential primaries. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on News-Talk, CBS Radio (KNXT Las Vegas) to discuss Newt Gingrich's "skeletons" and his expected official announcement of a 2012 presidential run. Speaking on the same day and same topic, Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Phil Valentine Show (nationally syndicated), The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) and WMUZ (Detroit).
  • Regent University's use of graduation gowns made from discarded plastic water bottles was reported in this article in the Virginian-Pilot.
  • Regent University's 2011 commencement ceremony was the subject of this report from CBN News.
  • Dr. Randall Pannell, associate dean for academics and professor in the School of Divinity, appeared on this report from CBN News discussing the reliability of the New King James Version of the Bible.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Hampton Roads, Va.) to discuss the U.S. Constitution.
  • David Proffitt, executive director of Enrollment Management, was a guest on The Current (Hampton Roads, Va. radio) to discuss details of Regent's upcoming Information Session.
  • The School of Education's recent receipt of a Virginia Department of Education grant for partnerships between school divisions, colleges and universities to increase content knowledge and sharpen classroom skills of teachers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics was discussed in this article from the HTML5 Report website.
  • William Lamb, a doctoral student in the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, was featured in this report from WBIR NBC (Knoxville, Tenn.) discussing how he is coping with the impact of tornadoes that destroyed his home in Bradley County, Tenn., as well as his efforts as the chaplain for the Cleveland/Bradley County Emergency Management Agency.
  • Regent University's 25th annual Student Film Showcase was the subject of this article in the Virginian-Pilot.
  • Regent University awarded a scholarship to the Hampton Roads military spouse of the year, Sara Jane Arnett, which was covered in this report from WAVY-TV (NBC Norfolk).
  • Lynne Marie Kohm, the John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law in the School of Law, was a guest on WYRM (AM 1110 Norfolk) to discuss issues surrounding abortion, including parental rights and malpractice.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on American Family Radio (syndicated) with Chad Groening to discuss President Obama's handling of the Osama Bin Laden operation. Speaking on the same topic, he was a guest on Cathy Lewis' Hearsay (WHRV Hampton Roads) and The Brad Davis Program (WDRC Hartford, Conn.).
  • Dr. Dunn was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing Texas Congressman Ron Paul's possible bid for the Republican Presidential nomination. He was quoted again by onenewsnow.com discussing the political implications of Bin Laden's death for Obama. Dunn's comments regarding the impact of Bin Laden's death on presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Ron Paul were included in this article from onenewsnow.com.
  • David M. Edwards, artist-in-residence for the Center for Worship, published this article in the May 2011 issue of Worship Leader Magazine.
  • Booker T. Mattison, assistant professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, was the subject of this article from hellobeautiful.com discussing his recently released novel, Snitch.
  • Lisa Olson, director of career services and quality management for the Robertson School of Government, was one of the featured speakers at the Suffolk Leadership Prayer Breakfast, according to this article from the Suffolk News-Herald.
  • Dr. Dominick Hankle, assistant professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, has accepted the volunteer role of diocesan theologian for the Catholic Diocese of Richmond, according to this article in The Catholic Virginian. Hankle will serve as an advisor to the Bishop, providing consultation to diocesan staff and parishes regarding the teaching of doctrine and pastoral practices. In the same issue of The Catholic Virginian, Hankle was quoted discussing the issue of medical directives and right to life for terminally ill individuals.
  • Curt Wanner '97 (Communication & the Arts) was named chair of the communication department at Toccoa Falls College according to this article on independentmail.com.

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April 2011

  • Regent University Executive Leadership Series guest Rich Karlgaard was the subject of this article in Inside Business. The article discussed the Forbes publisher's take on the economy and his address at Regent's luncheon.
  • Kevin Leahy, a doctoral student in the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship's Strategic Leadership program, was inducted into the Brunswick High School (Ohio) Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame, according to this article on brunswickpost.com.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Denny Schaffer Show (Talk 920 Atlanta) to discuss a number of political topics, including Donald Trump and the birth certificate issue.
  • President Carlos Campo was awarded the Excellence in Leadership Award by the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference according to this release.
  • President Campo was quoted in this article from townhall.com. The article included remarks President Campo made during a recent panel discussion at The Awakening 2011 conference. His panel remarks were also reported by the Baptist Press.
  • Tracy Stewart, vice president for enrollment management & information technology, published an article on higher education economic innovation in the April issue of University Business magazine.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article in the Christian Science Monitor, discussing why President Obama is increasingly using television to share his message despite past success with new media. Excerpts from this article also appeared on the Daily India website.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on a number of radio programs over the last two weeks including American Family Radio with Chad Groening to talk about Donald Trump and his rising poll numbers, President Obama and his poll numbers, the federal deficit and various other political topics. He was also a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit), The Thom Hartmann Show (syndicated to 130 affiliates), and The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.).
  • This week, Dr. Dunn was a guest on a number of radio shows to discuss the question: Is Gitmo Obama's Waterloo? He was a guest on American Family Radio with Chad Groening, The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit), The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.), and New Talk 1380 (Sacramento). Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Phil Valentine Show (syndicated) to discuss issues surrounding Trump and Obama's birth certificate.
  • Baxter Ennis, executive director of events and university relations, was a guest on Steve Batton in the Morning (AM 1650 Chesapeake, Va.), to promote the Apr. 21, Executive Leadership Series Luncheon with Forbes Magazine publisher Rich Karlgaard and the upcoming Clash of the Titans debate and dinner.
  • Winsome Sears '02 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) was the subject of this article in The Virginian-Pilot discussing her recent appointment to the State Board of Education.
  • F. Patrick Yeatts '93 (Law) was elected to a Circuit Court judgeship in the Lynchburg area's 24th Judicial Circuit according to this report from WSLS 10 (NBC Roanoke).
  • Dr. Charles Dunn was the featured speaker at the Christ and St. Luke's Church annual Lenten Series, "Practicing Our Faith in an Era of Radical Change." Dunn's address was titled: "Kaleidoscopic Christianity in Modern America."
  • Christopher Vogelheim '09 (Education) recently accepted an assistant principal's position at Carrington Middle School in Durham, N.C.
  • Karen Krepper '93 (Education) and Karen DiDomenico '98 (Education) were recognized by Norfolk, Va., public schools as outstanding teachers of the year. According to The Virginian-Pilot, Krepper was named the division's citywide teacher of the year. DiDomenico was named the elementary school teacher of the year.
  • Laurie Matthias '07 (Education) was awarded the Regents' Prize for Excellence in Teaching and Scholarship at Trinity International University. The award is given by the Board of Regents to a non-tenured faculty member to encourage their achievement in advancing the mission of the university.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on 11th largest radio show in the United States—The Lars Larson Show—to discuss Donald Trump and the continuing birther controversy. Speaking on the same topic, Dr. Dunn was also a guest on Barry Lynn's Culture Shocks program and The Janet Mefferd Show (KWRD Dallas; syndicated by Salem Radio Network). He also joined Steve Batton in the Morning (Freedom 1650 AM, Chesapeake).
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on CBN Newswatch to assess the "winners and losers" in the "tug of war" between Democrats and Republicans (link unavailable). He appeared again on CBN News to discuss the continuing birther controversy and Donald Trump's recent comments. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on CBN's noon news to talk about President Obama's debt reduction plan. Dr. Dunn's comments from Tuesday's interview on Trump were also included in this article on cafemom.com.
  • Michael Scichowski '10 (School of Undergraduate Studies) was quoted in this article on 2theadvocate.com discussing the purpose of the Baton Rouge Apologetics League.
  • Tommy Weir '04 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) will present at the 2nd Middle East Business Leaders Summit and Awards (MEBLSA), held April 17-18 in Dubai, according to this article on the Business Intelligence Middle East website.
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest on Hannity as a member of the show's Great American Panel. Panel members discussed the pending shutdown of the federal government and recent comments by presidential candidate Herman Cain.
  • President Campo was also interviewed by a reporter with the Christian Science Monitor regarding the use of welfare programs by immigrant-headed households.
  • Dr. Amy Dominguez, associate professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was interviewed by a writer from Redbook magazine on the topic of postpartum depression, including its impact on families, cultural influences and prevention.
  • David Velloney, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) to discuss the Obama administration's decision to hold suspected terrorist trials in military courts at Guantanamo Bay instead of in U.S. civilian courts.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit), to discuss the Obama administration's "flip flop" decision on terrorist trials. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) to discuss the same topic.
  • Jonathan Harrell, director of network engineering for information technology, was quoted in this recent article from Inside Business discussing workplace productivity during March Madness.
  • News of Regent University's Moot Court Board's success in the Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition during the first weekend in April was reported by Elon University's news site.
  • Bob Zentmeyer '91 (Education) was featured in this NBC40 (Atlantic City, N.J.), story about the three-year anniversary of a student-produced radio program at Eagle Academy ("Hunter and Coach" Radio Sports Talk Show WXGN 90.5FM). Zentmeyer is director of the school, which serves at-risk students.
  • Heather Hamilton '08 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) was the subject of this article in the Napa Valley Register exploring Hamilton's business, Zoe Organics.
  • Faith Alpher '95 (Communication & the Arts) appeared on the show, Searching for... on the OWN Network. The episode documented a search for a former elementary school teacher.
  • Arlene Pellicane '97 (Communication & the Arts) was the subject of this article from christianexaminer.com. The article details the motivation behind her audio course "Losing Weight After Baby: 31 Days to a New You," as well as her life as a mother and public speaker.

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March 2011

  • Regent University President Carlos Campo was a guest on Steve Batton in the Morning (Freedom 1650 AM, Chesapeake) to discuss education and the need for improved global competence for college graduates.
  • Dr. Doris Gomez, assistant professor in the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, and Dr. Kathleen Patterson, associate professor in the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, were both quoted in this article from The Christian Post discussing questions about gender roles raised by the Wal-Mart sexual discrimination case.
  • Dr. Clifton Clarke, associate professor in the School of Divinity, appeared on CBN News to discuss western intervention in conflicts in Muslim countries.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article on onenewsnow.com discussing potential presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on several radio programs to discuss the political implications for President Obama after his nationwide address on Libya. These programs included American Family Radio with Chad Groening, The Dan Lovallo Program (WDRC Hartford), and The Barry Farber Show. Speaking on the same subject, he was also interviewed by WVEC-TV (ABC Norfolk).
  • Dr. Dunn's comments about the president's speech were also included in this article on onenewsnow.com. Dr. Dunn's comments about Mike Huckabee's potential run for the presidency in 2012 were included in this article from onenewsnow.com.
  • Dr. Marc Newman, associate professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, published this article on his christianpost.com blog, "Flicks & Faith." The article discusses the release of DVDs of Bible stories read by Charleston Heston.
  • David Edwards, artist-in-residence in the School of Divinity, authored this recent article published by churchleaders.com. The article discusses the use of traditional hymns in contemporary worship.
  • The Reagan Symposium and opinions of several of its speakers were included in this article from CBN News.
  • Nicole Johnson '97 (Communication & the Arts) was the subject of this article in The Oracle, the newspaper of the University of Southern Florida. The article details her work promoting diabetes awareness and education.
  • Regent University faculty and staff presented at the 2011 SunGard Summit for higher education held in New Orleans. Tracy Stewart, vice president of enrollment management and information technology gave a presentation titled, "LIKE! 7 Incredible Benefits of Using Social Media." Corren McCoy, senior software engineer and program coordinator for the Information Systems Technology program in the School of Undergraduate Studies, gave two presentations, titled, "Integrating Banner with Blackboard Learning Management System" and "Accessing Xtender Using Self-Service Banner." Other Regent attendes included: Judith Cruz-Lancaon, senior software engineer in Information Technology, Lyuda West, Financial Aid systems manager, and Crystal Walton, accounts payable specialist in the Business Office.
  • Dr. Michael Palmer, dean of the School of Divinity, was interviewed by WVEC-TV (ABC-Norfolk, Va.) for an upcoming in-depth feature focused on tithing in tough economic times. The news story will air in May.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was interviewed on The Mike Rosen Show (850 KOA Denver) to discuss Donald Trump considering a run for the GOP presidential nomination. He was also a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.), to discuss a recent Politico story on Sarah Plain, and if criticism by George Will and other conservative pundits will cause a schism within GOP. Dunn was also a guest on American Family Radio's One News Now to talk about the GOP field, the 2012 election and the perils they face based on history.
  • Dr. Dunn was also interviewed by CBN News discussing Palin's role within the conservative movement.
  • Bradley Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on Nightside with Dan Rea (WBZ-AM Boston) to discuss President Obama's recent declaration that the federal government will no longer support the Defense of Marriage Act.
  • Dr. Emmanuel Ayee, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, published an article, titled, "Reflecting on Our Past: Reconciling a Divided Nation Through Listening" in Koers, an interdisciplinary research journal out of South Africa.
  • Dr. Marc Newman, associate professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, released an article on christiannewswire.com discussing the recently released film Paul and its ridicule of Christianity. Newman's comments on the movie were also the subject of this blog post on christianpost.com.
  • Dr. Cyrus Williams, assistant professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, published an op-ed in the Virginian-Pilot discussing governmental support of homelessness in the midst of a difficult economy.
  • Regent University's Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Team was the subject of this article published by Operation Blessing discussing their recent efforts to raise money to build food banks in Niger. The article was also published by reliefweb.int. News of the students' efforts to fund Niger food banks was also reported on cbn.com.
  • Thomas Jones '94 (Law) was recently elected president of the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Foundation Inc., according to this article from the salisburypost.com.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo was interviewed by Pastor Guillermo Maldonado of El Rey Jesus Church in Miami on the topic of Christian higher education. The interview aired on the satellite television channel Enlace. (link unavailable)
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, published an op-ed in the Asbury Park Press (N.J.) discussing New Jersey governor Chris Christie's refusal to run for president. The op-ed was also published by the Morris County, N.J. Daily Record.
  • Dr. Dunn appeared on CBN News discussing President Obama's priorities in light of current events.
  • Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) to discuss a recent news article about Sarah Palin and if criticism by conservative pundits will cause a schism within GOP.
  • Dr. Helen Stiff-Williams, professor in the School of Education, was a guest on The Brad Davis Show (WDRC Hartford, Conn.) to discuss the estimate that more than 80 percent of the nation's public schools could be labeled as failing under the No Child Left Behind Act.
  • Dr. Joan Hoskins, assistant professor in the School of Education, was quoted in this article from examiner.com, discussing a Washington D.C.-area church.
  • Baxter Ennis, executive director of Events & University Relations, was interviewed on Freedom 1650 AM (Chesapeake, Va.) discussing the upcoming Executive Leadership Series' South Hampton Mayors Forum.
  • Cynthia Dunbar '89 (Law) published an op-ed discussing the rejection of a couple's application to become foster parents because of their views on homosexuality in several online publications, including the Christian Law Journal.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies, appeared on CBN News to discuss Brigham-Young University's decision to suspend a star athlete for an honor code violation.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit/syndicated) to discuss Mike Huckabee's possible presidential candidacy. On the same day, Dunn was also a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss American exceptionalism. He also appeared on The Phil Valentine Show (syndicated) to discuss Huckabee and one of his potential rivals for the presidential nomination, Newt Gingrich.
  • Dr. Alan Arroyo, dean of the School of Education, was a guest on the Total Education Show "Charter School Round Table Discussion" hosted by Blog Talk Radio.
  • Bradley Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on the What's UP Radio Program with Terry Lowry (KKHT Houston) to discuss the recent Supreme Court ruling on Snyder v. Phelps. Speaking on the same topic, Jacob was also a guest on The Brad Davis Program (WDRC Hartford).
  • Dr. David Meyer, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on The Barry Farber Show (CRNTALK.com) to discuss a possible Saudi Arabian revolution and its implications for the world and U.S. economy.
  • Dr. Judi Ink, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, authored the cover article on gifted education in the March-April issue of Tidewater Teacher magazine. (Link unavailable)
  • Booker Mattison, assistant professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, received a starred review in Publisher's Weekly for his forthcoming novel Snitch.
  • Dr. Marc Newman, associate professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, published an article on his Christian Post blog discussing the hit movie The Adjustment Bureau.
  • Dr. Joel Palser, adjunct professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was quoted in this report from CBN News discussing the recent controversy over Pastor Rob Bell's upcoming book.
  • Regent University students and staff were featured on CBN News on their spring break mission trip to Los Angeles where they served with Operation Blessing in a variety of local outreaches.
  • Tony Hale '95 (Communication & the Arts) was the subject of this article from Backstage which discussed his career to date and his latest film project, HappyThankYouMorePlease. Hale was also mentioned in the latest issue of People Magazine for his upcoming role in the film.
  • Regent University's news of the management transition at The Founders Inn and Spa was reported by the Virginian-Pilot.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo, president of Regent University, was the featured speaker at chapel services on the campus of Northwest University in Seattle, Wash.
  • Dr. David Meyer, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on the The Don Kroah Show (WAVA-Washington, DC) to discuss Libya and the United Nations.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Chad Groening Show on American Family Radio to discuss Mike Huckabee and Chicago's Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel. He was also a guest on The Janet Mefferd Show (KWRD-Dallas, nationally syndicated) to talk about President Obama's current political dilemmas. Dr. Dunn was also quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee's interest in a 2012 presidential bid.
  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was quoted in this article from Baptist Press that was published by townhall.com, News Talk 1420 (WHK-Cleveland) and several other radio stations around the country.

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February 2011

  • Dr. David Meyer, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, participated in interviews with Fox News Radio affiliates to discuss the situation in Libya, including: KURV (McAllen, Texas), WERC (Birmingham, Ala.), WREC (Memphis, Tenn.), WILM (Wilmington, Del.), WFLF (Orlando, Fla.), WGST (Atlanta, Ga.), WSFX (Fort Myers, Fla.), WRPW (Normal, Ill.), News Radio 850 KOA (Denver, Colo.), KCMO (Kansas City, Kan.), and KOGO (San Diego, Calif.).
  • Dr. Meyer participated in a CBN News roundtable discussion to discuss the global impact of the increasing unrest in Libya.
  • Bradley Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on the The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL/Santa Maria, Calif.), to talk about UC Davis' attempt to label religious discrimination.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from KDSK-NBC (St. Louis) and WMAZ-CBS (Macon, Ga.) discussing last weekend's Tea Party Convention in Phoenix. The article was originally published in The Arizona Republic.
  • Regent University's news of the management transition at The Founders Inn and Spa was reported by virginiabusiness.com.
  • Stephen Casey '08 (Law) was quoted in this article in the Virginian-Pilot discussing a client who was wrongfully identified as a felon.
  • Dr. Garland Higgins '94 (Communication) was the subject of this article in the Hartford Courant and on ctnow.com discussing her stance against domestic violence.
  • Stephanie Longo '10 (Communication) published a series of articles in Go Lackawanna, a publication of the Times Leader (Scranton, Pa.). The articles told the story of an army nurse killed in the Vietnam War. Longo's latest stories in the series can be read here, here and here.
  • Regent University hosted Virginia's Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli at the Executive Leadership Series luncheon. News of the event and remarks by Cuccinelli were reported by a variety of media outlets, including: The Los Angeles Times, The Virginian-Pilot, MSNBC, WAVY TV (NBC-Norfolk, Va.), Fox-43 (Norfolk, Va.), WTVR (CBS-Richmond, Va.), The Daily Press, The Baltimore Sun, the Chicago Tribune, and many other television, radio and print outlets.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, published an Op-Ed in The Virginian-Pilot, discussing President Barack Obama's efforts to reinvent himself as Ronald Reagan.
  • Dr. Dunn was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com analyzing the increasing interest in New Jersey governor Chris Christie as a presidential candidate. Dunn's comments about Governor Christie were also the subject of a radio interview with American Family Radio and an interview with Denny Schaffer Radio (Talk920-Atlanta, Ga.).
  • Dr. Dunn was interviewed about the federal government's student loan repayment program in this broadcast on WVEC (ABC-Norfolk).
  • Dr. Dunn's comments about the longevitity of the Tea Party movement were included in this article in The Arizona Republic. The story was duplicated on arizonacitizen.com.
  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was quoted in this article in The Mercury, discussing a Pennsylvania pastor's views on homosexuality.
  • Regent University's enrollment increase was cited by interactive marketing agency Tocquigny as a significant achievement for the company in 2010, according to numerous publications, including the Pittsburgh Business Times, KRHD (ABC-Bryan, Texas), and dozens of other business journals and news outlets.
  • Dr. Gary Maestas '09 (Education), superintendent of Plymouth, Mass., public schools, was featured in this article in the Boston Globe, detailing his upcoming 600-mile bicycle ride to raise money for the Plymouth Education Foundation.
  • Wynter Benda '02 (Law) was named assistant to the city manager of Norfolk, Va., according to this article in The Virginian-Pilot.
  • Josh Lyman '08 (Communication & the Arts) was the subject of this profile on washingtoncitypaper.com, exploring his interests and experience as a cartoonist.
  • Gary Roberts, dean of the Robertson School of Government, has recently co-authored a new book Impending Danger: The Federal Handbook for Rethinking Leadership in the 21st Century, according to this press release distributed to a variety of media outlets.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article on onenewsnow.com discussing the November senatorial elections to replace Arizona senator John Kyl. Dunn's comments about the November elections and the open senate seat in Virginia were included in this article on onenewsnow.com.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show on KUHL/Santa Monica, Calif., to discuss the recent Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and its straw poll results.
  • Dr. David Meyer, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on The John Watson Show (WILM FOX News Radio, Del.) to discuss Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's resignation. Dr. Meyer was also a guest on several other radio shows including The Curtis Sliwa Show (AM 970/The Apple-New York, N.Y.), The Brett Winterable Show (XM Satellite Radio-Los Angeles, Calif.), The Brad Davis Show (WDRC-Hartford, Conn., and syndicated to WWCO-AM,WSNG-AM, & WMMW-AM), The Steve Malzberg Show (WOR Radio 710AM-New York, N.Y.) and The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ FM/800AM-Portland, Ore.).
  • Dr. Clifton Clarke, associate professor in the School of Divinity, was a guest on CBN News Channel's Morning News to discuss the source of the latest protests in Egypt.
  • Baxter Ennis, executive director for events and university relations was a guest on Freedom Radio 1650 AM (Chesapeake, Va.), to discuss the February Executive Leadership Series speaker Ken Cuccinelli.
  • Martha Smith, vice president of human resources, was interviewed by WTKR (CBS-Norfolk, Va.), as a board member of the Guardian Federal Credit Union.
  • Dr. Reid Kisling '07 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) was recently appointed as pastor of Grace Baptist Church in Newberg, Ore., according to this article in the Newberg Graphic.
  • Arlene Pellicane '97 (Communication & the Arts) was featured on TLC's "Home Made Simple" for a home redecorating project.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo's interview with Angela Reid, discussing faith and leadership principles, aired on Radio Impact in South Africa.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on American Family Radio to discuss the implications of Virginia Senator Jim Webb's decision to retire from the U.S. Senate in 2012, as well as other political topics of the day.
  • Baxter Ennis, executive director for events and university relations was a guest on Freedom Radio 1650 AM (Chesapeake, Va.) to discuss upcoming Executive Leadership Series speaker Ken Cuccinelli.
  • Dr. David Meyer, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on several radio shows discussing Mubarak's transition plan and other developments in Egypt. Meyer's interview with Andy Baan was aired on Freedom Radio 1650 AM (Chesapeake, Va.), He was a guest on the The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ FM/800AM Portland, Ore.), BroadcastNewSource (Addison, Texas), and 93.1 WIBC (Indianapolis, Ind.). He was also a guest on The Curtis Sliwa Show (AM 970 New York).
  • Dr. Jason Carthen '09 (School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) was interviewed by WKYC-NBC (Cleveland, Ohio), to discuss the upcoming Small Business Summit being held in Cleveland.
  • Dr. Gregory Black '07 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) was featured in this article in The Daily Jeffersonian discussing his new role as chaplain for the Guernsey County Sheriff's Office.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo was a guest on Radio Pulpit with Angela Reid (broadcast in South Africa) on to discuss faith and leadership principles. He was also interviewed by Kruiskyk TV's Janine van Niekerk.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest with noted speaker, author and radio/TV host Barry Farber on WEVD (1050AM/New York City) to discuss the 2011 State of the Union address. He was also a guest on The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ Portland, Ore.) to discuss the same topic.
  • Dr. Bruce Swaffield, professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, published his monthly column in Quill, the publication of the Society of Professional Journalists. This month's column explored the recent formation of the Argentinean Friends of Cuba Association of Journalists.
  • Lee Ann Mancini '10 (Undergraduate Studies) was the subject of this profile in the Aurora Advocate which discussing her community service and life since graduating from Aurora High School.

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January 2011

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on American Family Radio to discuss Congresswoman Michele Bachmann's Tea Party response to last week's State of the Union address and recent claims comparing President Obama to former President Ronald Reagan. Dunn's comments were included in this article on onenewsnow.com and this article on onenewsnow.com. His comments were picked up by several other news outlets around the country.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on The Brad Davis Program (WDRC Hartford, Conn.) to discuss the impact that Tunisia's protests may have had on calls for democracy in other Arab countries.
  • Dr. David Meyer, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on a variety of radio shows to discuss the rising unrest in Egypt. He was a guest on Terry Lowry's What's UP Radio Program (FM 100.7 KKHT Houston), The Barry Farber Show (CRN/ Cable Radio Network-Los Angeles, Calif.), The Pete Kaliner Show (WBT 1110 AM/99.3 FM- Charlotte, N.C.) and The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ FM/800AM-Portland, Ore.).
  • Scott Linsenbardt '90 (Communication & the Arts) was the subject of this profile by The Sedalia Democrat, which explores his journey as an artist.

  • Dr. Mary Manjikian, assistant professor in the Robertson School of Government, published an op-ed in the Christian Science Monitor discussing parenting questions raised by Amy Chua's book about Asian parenting, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother. The article was also picked up by Yahoo! News.
  • Dr. Carlos Campo discussed the implications of sharing Christian worship space with Muslims on CBN Newschannel's Morning News.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, appeared on WVEC-ABC (Norfolk, Va.) to discuss former Virginia governor George Allen's announcement that he will seek re-election to the U.S. Senate.
  • Dr. Dunn also appeared on CBN News to give his reaction to President Obama's State of the Union address as well as the Republican and Tea Party responses.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest with noted speaker, author and radio/TV host Barry Farber on WEVD (1050AM/New York City) to discuss the State of the Union, health care and other current issues. He was also a guest on the Brad Davis Show (WDRC-R/Hartford, Conn.), to discuss the House of Representatives' repeal of the health-care law. Dr. Dunn appeared on Freedom Radio's Steve Batton in the Morning (1650 AM/Chesapeake, Va.) to discuss the state of American politics and the Reagan Symposium. Dr. Dunn was also a guest with Chad Groening on American Family Radio (syndicated) to discuss the State of the Union address.
  • 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 return of Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier to Haiti.
  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was a guest at a recent chapel forum at Abilene Christian University (ACU), according to this article posted on The Optimist, a student publication of ACU.
  • Terrance Bridges and Alicia Rodgers, both students in the School of Education, were selected as recipients of the the Bill Gates Scholarship.
  • Dr. Pat Mercer Hutchens, the accomplished artist who created "Auschwitz Album Revisited," featured this week on Regent University's campus, was the subject of this recent feature from CBN TV.
  • Cox Communications has named Jonathan Freeland '00 (GLE) its new Vice President of Marketing for Cox Virginia, according to releases published by CNBC, the Sacramento Bee, KHRD-ABC (Bryan, Texas), and various other websites, TV-news outlets and business journals around the country.
  • Dr. Fred Garmon '03 (GLE) was the subject of this article in the Cleveland Daily Banner.
  • Cicely Gosier, graduate student in the School of Communication & the Arts, wrote this CBN News article about President Obama's State of the Union address.
  • James Duane, professor in the School of Law, was a guest on Nightside with Dan Rea/WBZ Newsradio Boston (syndicated to 38 states) to discuss his lecture titled "Don't Talk to the Police" which became a viral sensation on YouTube.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article on onenewsnow.com discussing Obama's increasing approval ratings. On the same day, onenewsnow.com also quoted Dunn in a story about Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier's return to Haiti.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on American Family Radio to discuss President Obama's approval ratings, among other topics. He also appeared on American Family Radio to discuss Duvalier's return to Haiti. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ-Detroit) to discuss Obama's rising poll numbers.
  • David Velloney, associate professor in the School of Law, was quoted in this article in the Virginian-Pilot, discussing a recent shooting in Suffolk, Va.
  • Dr. Clifton Clarke, associate professor in the School of Divinity, was interviewed by CBN News regarding the freedom vote and how it will impact Christians in southern Sudan.
  • Dr. David Meyer, associate professor in the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on WDRC-Hartford, Conn., to discuss Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier and the question of if he should be held accountable for Haiti after 25 years in exile.
  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was a recent guest speaker at Cedarville University, according to this news article on the university's website.
  • Antonio McClenny, a graduate student in the School of Education, presented a lecture at the "Making the Dream a Reality Summit" in Virginia Beach, Va., an annual event aimed at leading and motivating African American males on a pathway of academic success in and outside the classroom.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies, appeared on CBN Newschannel's Morning News to discuss how President Obama's condolence speech in Tucson, Ariz., was effective as a healing agent for the country.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was appointed as an advisor to the Virginia governor's newly formed Independent Bipartisan Advisory Commission on Redistricting, as reported by several newspapers, including the Roanoke Times, the Daily Press, the Orange County Review, the Madison Eagle and the Greene County Record. The news was also carried on several other news outlets, including WTVR-CBS (Richmond), WBDJ-ABC (Roanoke), WCAV Charlottesville Newsplex and WHSV-ABC (Harrisonburg).
  • Dr. Dunn was interviewed about Massachusetts Congressman Scott Brown's reputation and political standing by the Attleboro, Mass., Sun-Chronicle.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Phil Valentine Show (nationally syndicated to 80 stations) to discuss Sarah Palin's "blood libel" comment. Addressing the same topic, Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Mike Siegel Show (AM1440 and AM1290-Santa Maria, Calif.), The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL/Santa Maria, Calif.), and 850KOA-R (Denver). Dr. Dunn was also a guest on Culture Shocks with Barry Lynn to discuss the shooting of Rep. Giffords and the question: Is it time to tone down the political rhetoric in the United States?
  • Dr. LaTrelle Jackson, associate professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL/Santa Monica, Calif.) to offer commentary on whether or not early intervention could have prevented last week's shootings in Tucson, Ariz.
  • A group of faculty from Regent University, including Dr. Douglas Cook, professor in the School of Law, was noted for their assistance to the Nansemond Indian Tribe during their 10-year petition to regain tribal land, according to this article in the Suffolk News-Herald.
  • Baxter Ennis, executive director of events and university relations, was a guest on WHKT 1650 Freedom Radio in Chesapeake to discuss Regent's Executive Leadership Series.
  • David Boisselle, director of military affairs, published two book reviews for Inside Business. Read them here and here.
  • J. Robbie Moore, a current Biblical and theological studies major, was mentioned in this article by the Daily Citizen, which discussed his recent start on the Murray County Board of Education.
  • Dr. Corné Bekker, associate professor in the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, appeared on this news segment on WVEC-ABC 13 (Norfolk, Va.), providing leadership analysis in response to questionable videos created by a naval captain during deployment. Speaking on the same subject, Dr. Bekker was a guest on the Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL/Santa Maria, Calif.) and the Brad Davis Show (WDRC-AM/Hartford, Conn.; syndicated to three other Connecticut stations).
  • Dr. Clifton Clarke, associate professor in the School of Divinity, appeared on CBN News Channel Morning News to discuss the struggles between Muslims and Christians in the Ivory Coast and other African nations.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this news story on WVEC-ABC 13 discussing Congressional spending and budget issues. Also commenting on Congressional strategy, Dr. Dunn appeared on CBN News Channel's Morning News. Dunn also appeared on CBN News Channel's Morning News to discuss Obama's recent emphasis on his own faith and why he is reminding the American people that he is a Christian.
  • Dr. Dunn's op-ed about Congressional Speaker of the House John Boehner was published in the Virginian-Pilot (link unavailable).
  • Dr. Dunn was also a guest on the Phil Valentine Show (nationally syndicated to more than 80 stations) to discuss both Sen. Lindsey Graham's prediction of Mitt Romney as the Republican presidential nominee and Dunn's personal predictions for the GOP nominee. Dunn's presidential predictions were also the subject of this article on onenewsnow.com.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on Brainstormin' (KKZZ AM/Los Angeles & Ventura County, Calif.) where he presented his list of the Top Political News Stories of 2010.
  • One of Regent University's fall community service efforts was the subject of this article by CBN News.
  • Dr. Michael Ray Smith '98 (Communication & the Arts) was recently appointed to the 2011 John McCandlish Phillips Chair of Journalism the World Journalism Institute at The King's College in New York City.

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