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

January 2012 - December 2012

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December 2012

  • President Carlos Campo was featured in this Know99TV (Phoenix educational access) story regarding his recent visit to deliver Regent t-shirts and talk with students at a Phoenix high school.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, has done several interviews over the past couple of weeks with American Family Radio that also resulted in articles published on onenewsnow.com: this article discussing Tim Scott's appointment to replace Jim DeMint in the Senate and this article reviewing political highlights from 2012.
  • Hugo Valverde '05 (Law) was profiled in this Hispanic Executive article for his work in helping members of Virginia's immigrant community.
  • Kelley Holland '08 (Law) has joined the law firm of Williams Mullen in Virginia Beach, as reported by Money®News and several other news outlets.
  • President Carlos Campo was quoted in this article from Inside Business discussing educational disparities and advances, as well as the work that remains to make education "precious again." President Campo's remarks were made at a recent event held by the United Way of South Hampton Roads Minority Advisory Council and hosted by the president's office.
  • Speaking about Christian higher education, President Campo was quoted in this story from CBN News. President Campo was also quoted in this article from FinanzNachrichten.de. The article, which was also picked up by publicityinsider.com and thestreet.com, among others, announced that Liberty Counsel will serve as the senior partner of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference's Life Directive.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit, nationally syndicated) to discuss this week's rocket launch by the North Korean government. Dr. Bonicelli also authored this post on the Shadow Government blog discussing President Barack Obama's approach to foreign policy.
  • Dr. Corné Bekker, chairman of the Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry department in the College of Arts & Sciences, was quoted in this article from WORLD Magazine, commenting on an announcement this week by archaeologist Robert Ballard that he has found evidence of an ancient flood like the one described in Genesis.
  • Dr. Bekker was also a guest on CBN's Christian World News to talk about the Christian response to the Mayan prophecy that the world would end on Dec. 21.
  • Dr. James Slack, professor in the Robertson School of Government, authored this article in Inside Business analyzing the cost of rumors in the workplace.
  • Kristi Wooten '99 (Law and Government) was the subject of this profile from Inside Business. Wooten was selected by the Hampton Roads, Va., publication to receive one of its Women in Business Achievement Awards.
  • Brett Thompson '01 (Law) was the subject of this recent article from theshopper.com discussing his work as an attorney and philanthropist.
  • Derek Martin '09 (Communication & the Arts) has been named chair of the new Creative Arts bachelor degree program slated to begin fall 2013 at William Jessup University, according to this article from the website Rocklin & Roseville Today. News of Martin's appointment was also published by Central Valley Business Times.
  • President Carlos Campo authored an article for Charisma, published on its Best Colleges website. The article discusses changes in higher education and how Christian students can select a college in changing times.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on Daybreak USA Radio (nationally syndicated) to discuss recent decisions by the French and British governments to recall their Israeli ambassadors to protest the decision to approve 3,000 new homes on Israeli-occupied territory.
  • Mark Herringshaw '02 (Business & Leadership) was the subject of this article from the Osakis Review discussing his recent appointment as new station director and announcer for Praise FM whose offices are based in Osakis, Minn.
  • Chad Gilliland '11 (Communication & the Arts) is directing Tom Stoppard's Arcadia, set to open at the Generic Theatre in Norfolk, according to this article from The Virginian-Pilot.

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November 2012

  • James Duane, professor in the School of Law, was quoted in this article from Inside Business discussing federal jury selection and what can be expected in jury selection for an upcoming bank trial.
  • David Boisselle, director of military and veterans affairs, authored this article in Inside Business discussing the need to recognize change in business.
  • Brittany Hoffman, communication specialist in the Center for Entrepreneurship, was the subject of this article from Inside Business, discussing the upcoming launch of her web business D8Night.com. News of Hoffman's site was also picked up by "Biz Buzz" a business blog published by The Virginian-Pilot.
  • President Carlos Campo authored this blog post for The Huffington Post discussing online education in the 21st Century.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on Daybreak USA Radio (nationally syndicated) to discuss political developments in Egypt. He participated in a Fox News Radio Tour to discuss the Israel air strikes. This included guest spots on a number of radio stations, including WOC (Davenport, Iowa), WIOD (Miami, Fla.), WSYR (Syracuse, N.Y.), WERC (Birmingham, Ala.), WSJK (Champagne, Ill.), WDUN (Gainesville, Ga.), KOA (Denver, Colo.), WILS (Lansing, Mich.), KPNW (Eugene, Ore.), and KCOL (Fort Collins, Colo.).
  • Dr. Bob Dyer, assistant professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Specialist Radio Hour (WYRM 1110 AM Norfolk) to discuss Regent's new MPA program, the success of Regent alumni and other university news.
  • Kathleen Peck, doctoral student in the School of Education, was the subject of this article from The Middletown Press (Middletown, Conn.) discussing her new role as principal of the St. Mary of Czestochowa School.
  • Nick Albertson, a senior in the College of Arts & Sciences, was included in this article from The Virginian-Pilot. The article discusses a benefit concert in Virginia Beach which included Albertson's band.
  • Dr. Cregg Chandler '11 (Divinity) appeared on CBS This Morning in a segment discussing infidelity in the military.
  • Grayson Brown '06 (Law) was recently appointed to the faculty of Williamson Christian College's School of Business Administration, according to this article from The Tennessean.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on Daybreak USA Radio (nationally syndicated) to discuss Israel's airstrike on Hamas' commander. He was a guest on The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ FM/800AM-Portland, Ore.) to talk about escalating violence in Syria and Israel. He also authored this post on the Shadow Government blog discussing the leadership transition in China.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from BBC News analyzing how Mitt Romney impacted American perception of Mormanism during his presidential campaign. The article was picked up several other news outlets including UKwirednews.com.
  • David Velloney, associate professor in the School of Law, was quoted this week 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. Professor Velloney's comments were included in articles distributed by Thomson Reuters News and Insight to a number of national and international outlets including the Ma'an News Agency, Yahoo!, and The Oregon Herald, The Orlando Sentinel, The Daily Press, the Oman Daily Observer and The U.S. Daily.
  • Professor Velloney was also quoted in this article from Discovery News discussing the legality and security of public officials having affairs.
  • Regent University's Executive Leadership Series November speaker, Sal Giunta, was the subject of this article from The Virginian-Pilot and this article from CBN News. The article was also picked up by starsandstripes.com.
  • Center for Global Justice summer interns were included in the November issue of Student Lawyer (Vol. 41, No. 3) as part of a feature about what law students around the country are doing before graduation (link unavailable).
  • Cregg Chandler '11 (Divinity) was quoted in this article from USA Today discussing extramarital affairs in the military. Chandler recently authored a book for military couples focused on weathering extensive separations. Chandler was also quoted in this recent article about finding gratitude during difficult times from pbs.org.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on a special election edition of The 700 Club to provide analysis of the election returns (link not available).
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on a number of radio programs this week, to provide analysis and perspective before and after the presidential elections. His radio appearances included: Red Eye Radio (WABC/NYC, KABC/LA, WRKO/Boston and nationally syndicated on 180 stations with 8 million listeners weekly); Reid Mullins in the Morning (KTOK Radio in Oklahoma City) and The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.); The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ FM/800AM-Portland, Ore.) and The Tim Constantine Show (St. Augustine, Fla.) and Hearsay with Cathy Lewis (WHRV Norfolk); The Phil Valentine Show, which is nationally syndicated and airs on more than 70 stations nationwide; and Daybreak USA Radio (nationally syndicated).
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on CBN's Newswatch to provide analysis prior to the closing of the polls. He was quoted in this article from the Christian Science Monitor discussing findings that traditional news media was a primary source of information on election night in spite of social media. Dr. Dunn was quoted in this article from The Virginian-Pilot discussing election outcomes in Hampton Roads. On the same day, he was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing factors that contributed to Mitt Romney's loss in the presidential election and this article from onenewsnow.com providing analysis of outcomes of senatorial races. Again speaking about the presidential election, he was also quoted in this article from the German website tz-online.de.
  • Regent University students' hurricane relief efforts were included in this article from collegesurfing.com, which averages three million site views per month.
  • Angelo Maker, a student in the School of Business & Leadership, along with his wife Stephanie Maker, a student in the School of Education, was the subject of this article from The Daily Press, discussing Angelo's journey as one of the lost boys of Sudan and the money they're raising to build a school in his hometown.
  • Joe Castronova '09 (Divinity), was the subject of this article in the Intelligencer Journal(Lancaster, Pa.), discussing the church he's starting in East Hempfield, Pa.
  • Ericka James '02 (Law) was the subject of this article by The Kinston Free Press. She was just elected as a District Judge for North Carolina District 8.
  • Megan Revis Frederick '09 (Law) was elected Commonwealth Attorney in Culpeper, Va., according to this article from The Free Lance-Star and this article on the Virginia Lawyers Weekly blog. Frederick is the first woman elected to this position in Culpeper.
  • Mary Howard Wells '02 (Law) was mentioned in this article from The News and Observerannouncing her election as a District Judge for North Carolina District 11.

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October 2012

  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, published this op-ed in The Washington Times about the attempted assassination of a 14-yr-old girl by the Taliban in Pakistan.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, published this op-ed in The Virginian Pilot about the benefits of the Electoral College. He was a guest on The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ FM/800AM-Portland, Ore.) to discuss the same topic.
  • Dr. Dunn published this article in The Citizen of Chesapeake this week comparing the administration of Jimmy Carter to President Obama's.
  • Regent University's Clash of the Titans® was the subject of this article from CBN News.
  • Regent University was listed in this article from The Washington Post as one of a handful of colleges and universities in the region including Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia with a tuition increase of less than two percent, the national annual inflation rate.
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest on Joy in Our Town, a public affairs program produced by WTCP-TV 21 (TBN) to discuss the future of higher education.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest with Dave Parker on WNIS (Norfolk, Va.) to talk about Clash of the Titans®.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was interviewed on MSNBC to discuss the presidential race in Virginia. He discussed how the ongoing controversy surrounding the President's response in Libya will help Mitt Romney's campaign in this article from OneNewsNow. Dr. Dunn discussed the Republican Party's chances of taking control of the Senate in this article also from OneNewsNow.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on four radio programs to discuss the presidential debates: The Tim Constantine Show (St. Augustine, Fla.), The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ FM/800AM-Portland, Ore.), The Chris Krok Program (WBAP-Dallas) and The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.). Dr. Dunn was on "HearSay" with Cathy Lewis (WHRO Norfolk, Va.) discussing the presidential foreign policy debate, and was featured in this article from La Opinión on the same topic.
  • Dr. Dunn was also interviewed by CBN News for reports that aired on Newswatch and The 700 Club on several topics this week: he discussed values-based voting in the video associated with this article; in this article, he discussed the shifting topics of the presidential debates between foreign and economic policy; he then addressed voter fraud in this article.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest with Tony Macrini this week on WNIS to discuss constitutional issues in the news.
  • President Carlos Campo was interviewed by Focus on the Family in response to the university's recent receipt of an 'A' rating from the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. The interview also aired on more than 700 radio stations. In advance of the interview, the stellar rating was the subject of a recent tweet from Focus on the Family's Executive Director Kneeland Brown to his 10,000 followers.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was interviewed by CBN News to provide analysis of the week's presidential debate.
  • Jeffrey Brauch, dean of Regent University Law School, appeared on CBN Newswatch to discuss Regent's decision to participate in a challenge to the HHS birth control mandate and whether the mandate can be overturned. The story was also picked up by blackchristiannews.com. This news was also reported by News Talk 1070 AM KNTH, faithandfamily.com, and religiontoday.com.
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from the Christian Science Monitor discussing trends shown in the slate of ballot initiatives set to be decided in the November election. The article was also picked up by the Alaska Dispatch and Yahoo! News Canada.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article in The Boston Globe, discussing the overwhelming support GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney has from evangelical voters.
  • Dr. Dunn's advance analysis of the debate between presidential candidates was the subject of this article from onenewsnow.com. The article was also picked up by blackchristiannews.com. Dr. Dunn was a guest on two radio programs to discuss the presidential debates: The Tim Constantine Show (St. Augustine, Fla.) and The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ FM/800AM-Portland, Ore.).
  • Regent University, along with CareNet, recently awarded a full-tuition scholarship to Ursula Penn, of Martinsville, Va., during CareNet's National Pregnancy Center Conference, according to this release from lifenews.com.
  • Jonathan McDowell '10 (Law, Business & Leadership) has been named to the 2012 Super Lawyers Rising Stars list as one of the top up-and-coming attorneys in Missouri/Kansas for 2012 (link not available).
  • President Carlos Campo was quoted in the October 2012 special section of Christianity Today. The section, which also includes comments from Dr. Marcela Chavan-Matviuk, director of the Center for Latino Leadership, discusses the issues Hispanics face in higher education today, as well as how Regent is working to reach out to these students. (Email proffice@regent.edu for a PDF copy)
  • President Campo was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) to discuss news that Regent University has received an 'A' rating from ACTA, as well as the importance of a strong liberal arts curriculum and how Regent's general education core curriculum helps prepare students for success.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on Daybreak USA Radio (nationally syndicated) to discuss Turkey and Syria, Israel's downing of a drone and other international news headlines. Dr. Bonicelli's latest post on the Shadow Government blog regarding Gov. Mitt Romney's foreign policy views was published. Dr. Bonicelli was also a guest on CBN Morning News to provide analysis of the vice-presidential debate.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was heard on approximately 525 radio stations this week, including some of the largest in America, providing vice-presidential debate commentary. He was a guest on 93.9 KPDQ FM / TRUE TALK 800 AM (Portland Ore.) and America's Radio News to provide advance debate analysis. He was then a guest on Red Eye Radio (WABC/NYC, KABC/LA, WRKO/Boston and nationally syndicated on 180 stations with 8 million listeners weekly) to provide post-debate analysis. Speaking on the same topic, he was also guest on The Paul Smith Show (WJR Detroit), Charlotte's Morning News (News-Talk 1110 WBT), and Reid Mullins in the Morning (KTOK Oklahoma City). He was also a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit, nationally syndicated) to discuss the vice-presidential debate.
  • Dr. Dunn's comments about the vice-presidential debate were included in this article from The Christian-Science Monitor.
  • Dr. James Slack, professor in the Robertson School of Government, was interviewed on CBN Newswatch regarding the case of a New York woman whose request to terminate her life support was granted by the court.
  • Regent University was the subject of this article from The Virginian-Pilot announcing the university had received an award of $400,000 from the Portsmouth-based Beazley Foundation. The award was given in honor of the university's receipt of the 'A' rating from ACTA. News of the 'A' ranking was also reported by CBN News on The 700 Club.
  • The earning potential of Regent University students who graduate with a four-year degree was mentioned in this op-ed from The Virginian-Pilot.
  • Regent University's College of Arts & Sciences recently hosted a conference with the Acton Institute. News of the conference was reported in this post from the institute's blog.

  • President Carlos Campo's vision for the future of Regent University was the subject of this article in Virginia Business. View a portion of President Campo's interview with Virginia Business.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, was a guest on CBN's Morning News to provide analysis of the presidential debate.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on a number of radio programs recently, including: The Tim Constantine Show (St. Augustine, Fla.) and The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ FM/800AM-Portland, Ore.) to provide commentary in advance of the presidential debate; and Charlotte's Morning News (News-Talk 1110 WBT) to provide post-debate analysis. Dr. Dunn was also a featured analyst on this report from WAVY-TV (NBC Norfolk), discussing the presidential debate and on this report from CBN Newswatch. Dr. Dunn's analysis was also included in this article from La Opinion.

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September 2012

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this report from WVEC-TV (ABC Norfolk) evaluating political ads for Tim Kaine's U.S. Senate campaign being broadcast in Virginia. Dr. Dunn later provided similar commentary about commercials by Kaine's opponent, George Allen, also on WVEC-TV.
  • President Campo's participation in Indiana Wesleyan University's "National Conversations," was noted in articles by a number of publications, including this article in the El Paso Times.
  • President Carlos Campo has published his first post as a blog contributor for The Huffington Post. The post is titled "Why We Need to Reduce College Tuition."
  • President Campo joined Indiana Wesleyan University's "National Conversations," a panel discussion held on the campus of the former Northfield Mount Herman prep school in Massachusetts. News of the discussion was included in articles in a number of publications, including these reports from Yahoo! Finance Singapore and The Christian Post.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was quoted in this report from CBN News discussing USAID's increase in funding of family planning initiatives in Uganda. Dr. Bonicelli's latest post on the Shadow Government blog analyzes GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's stance on foreign aid based on recent remarks and analysis.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, was interviewed by FOX News' Todd Starnes regarding a Pennsylvania high school marching band's halftime show that seems to celebrate the Russian Revolution. Dr. Moreno-Riano's comments about the band were also picked up by The Examiner and several other publications.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from CNBC discussing the influence presidential debates have on voters' decisions. CNBC.COM has 13 million unique monthly visitors and 424 million page views per month. The article was also picked up by Yahoo! Finance Singapore.
  • Dr. Michael Kelly, assistant professor in the School of Education, was interviewed for a Viewpoints radio broadcast on "looping" in education—grouping students together with the same teacher for several years. Viewpoints is a nationally syndicated radio news magazine that airs each week on more than 450 stations.
  • Regent University has again been named a "Military Friendly" school by G.I. Jobs Magazine, according to this report from The Virginian-Pilot.
  • The Center for Global Justice, Human Rights & the Rule of Law was included in this article from The Virginian-Pilot discussing its partnership with the Virginia Beach Justice Initiative for the upcoming Regional Summit on Human Trafficking.
  • Regent University's expansion plan was described in this article in The Virginian-Pilot. The plan is included in the Centerville Strategic Growth Area Plan, a project designed to enhance one of Virginia Beach's eight strategic growth areas. News of the expansion was also reported by WVEC-TV (ABC Norfolk).
  • The Chapel and Divinity School project was the subject of this article from CBN News. The article was also picked up by Black Christian News. The articles focused on last week's steeple raising and cross placement, which was also reported in this article from columbiamagazine.com.
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest on Joy in Our Town, a public affairs program produced by WTCP-TV 21 (TBN), to discuss minority students pursuing secondary education.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on the Fox Radio Tour to discuss implications of the assassination of the American ambassador to Libya. This included guest spots on a number of radio stations, including WSYR Syracuse, N.Y., WOC Davenport, Iowa, WHAS Louisville, Ky., WERC Birmingham, Ala., and WDRC Hartford, Conn. Speaking on the same topic, he was also a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.). He was a guest on America's Radio News to discuss claims that a former Gitmo detainee was one of the attackers at the U.S. embassy in Libya.
  • Dr. Bonicelli authored this blog post on the Shadow Government website, discussing intensifying political issues in the Pacific Rim region and the lack of response by the Obama administration.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss the making of the Constitution and the challenges it's facing today.
  • Julianne Cenac, assistant vice president for Professional and Continuing Education, was a guest on WTCP-TV 21 (TBN) to discuss why individuals and businesses should invest in continuing education.
  • Dr. Corne Bekker, professor in the School of Business & Leadership, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss recent claims that a fourth century papyrus fragment recently translated and analyzed by scholars from Harvard University's School of Divinity includes phrases that seem to refer to Jesus' wife. Dr. Bekker's comments were also included on The 700 Club.
  • Regent University was included in this report from the Huffington Post as one of a number of schools who are reducing tuition rates. Parts of this report were also picked up in this article from Eldersburg.Patch.com.
  • The Executive Leadership Series luncheon featuring former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales was chosen by Inside Business as a "Top Pick of the Week."
  • Arlene Pellicane '97 (Communication & the Arts) has been leading a series of radio programs, titled 31 Days to a Happier Husband on familylife.com.
  • Regent University's Jose Ferrer Film Festival was the subject of this Virginian-Pilot article which included information about President Carlos Campo and his cousins, Ferrer's children, who visited Regent for the event.
  • President Campo's upcoming role in a panel discussion on the future of Christian higher education was included in this Massachusetts news website article.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, participated in several regionally and nationally syndicated radio programs this week to discuss the ongoing situation with U.S. embassies in Egypt, Libya and several other nations. He was a guest on Daybreak USA Radio (nationally syndicated). He was on Red Eye Radio (WABC/NYC, KABC/LA, WRKO/Boston and nationally syndicated on 180 stations with 8 million listeners weekly); Charlotte's Morning News on WBT News Talk Radio, the number two radio show in the southeast with more than 120,000 listeners; Birmingham's Morning News on News Radio 105.5 WERC; and The Brett Winterble Show on Sirius XM.
  • Dr. Bonicelli participated in the Redstate.com program, Coffee and Markets, discussing the situation overseas and the response from the Obama administration and the Romney campaign.
  • Dr. Bonicelli was a guest on CBN's NewsWatch to offer analysis of the Democratic National Convention and discuss what's next for the campaigns.
  • Tracy Stewart, vice president of enrollment management and information technology, was interviewed by Regent College of Arts & Sciences student Caroline Leal for this article published on WorldonCampus.com exploring virtual learning.
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, was interviewed live by Chip Hauss, CEO of the Alliance for Peacebuilding, on the topic "Peace and the Military" for the Shift Network.
  • Dr. Patterson also authored this column discussing Secretary of State Clinton's recent comment about religious freedom, which was published in FirstThings.com's On the Square section.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on What's Up with Terry Lowry on KKHT (Houston and syndicated on several other stations around the country) to discuss Romney's strategy for winning the election.
  • Dr. Dunn's comments regarding Michelle Obama and Ann Romney were included in this Deseret News article. He was also interviewed for this onenewsnow.com article regarding President Obama's likeability among voters.
  • Dr. Kathleen Patterson, associate professor in the School of Business & Leadership, was interviewed for this CBN News story about the impact of "political correctness" in the business world.
  • Michael Jackson, a student in the College of Arts & Sciences and a retired military service member, was profiled in the September issue of G.I. Jobs magazine about his studies at Regent. (Link unavailable)

  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, authored this post on the Shadow Government blog discussing new approaches to foreign policy among the GOP.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, was a guest on the CBN News Morning Show to discuss the conclusion of the Democratic National Convention.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from the Christian Science Monitordiscussing the convention speeches given by the wives of the presidential candidates. This article was also picked up by Axcess News and Yahoo! News Canada. Dr. Dunn's analysis of Mitt Romney's speech at the Republican National Convention was picked up in this article from onenewsnow.com. Dr. Dunn was a guest on CBN News to provide wrap-up analysis of the Democratic National Convention. His remarks about President Obama's campaign and this week's Democratic National Convention were included in this article from onenewsnow.com and this article from onenewsnow.com.
  • Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ FM/800AM-Portland, Ore.) to provide wrap-up analysis of last week's Republican National Convention, as well as comments on the Democratic National Convention.
  • Antwan Lewis '99 (Communication & the Arts) was the subject of this profile from Resident Media discussing his work as a reporter. Lewis is a reporter with the FOX News affiliate in New York City.

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August 2012

  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on CBN News Morning Edition to discuss highlights from this week's GOP convention.
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, authored this op-ed published by The Washington Examiner. The op-ed discussed issues of religious freedom in the United States and abroad.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on a live CBN News webcast to discuss presidential nominee Mitt Romney's acceptance speech at the GOP convention (link unavailable). Providing analysis of Romney's speech, he was a also a guest on CBN News. Dr. Dunn's latest op-ed, titled "Capturing America's Imagination" ran in the The Virginian-Pilot. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on a number of radio programs to discuss this week's GOP convention, including analysis of Romney's acceptance speech. His appearances included Red Eye Radio (WABC/NYC, KABC/LA, WRKO/Boston and nationally syndicated on 180 stations with 8 million listeners weekly), The Barry Farber Show (1050AM New York), The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ FM/800AM-Portland, Ore.), The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit, nationally syndicated), The Steve Deace Show (nationally-syndicated via Salem Radio Network), and The Tim Constantine Show (St. Augustine, Fla.). He was also a guest on Hearsay with Cathy Lewis (WHRV Norfolk) to discuss how sequestration—automatic cuts to the defense budget slated to take effect later this year—will impact Hampton Roads and Virginia.
  • Dr. Linda Baum, assistant professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was quoted in this report from CBN Newswatch discussing increased guidance for mental health providers to detain someone for an evaluation in light of a recent case where the FBI detained a former Marine for his Facebook posts.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss a circuit court judge's ruling that the FBI had no grounds to detain a former Marine for Facebook posts.
  • Tammy Krejcarek '10 (Education) was recently named assistant principal at Magruder Elementary School in York County, Va., according to this article in the Williamsburg Yorktown Daily (link unavailable).
  • President Carlos Campo was the subject of this article from the Richmond Times-Dispatch discussing his impact on Regent University and his vision for continued growth.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Tim Constantine Show (St. Augustine, Fla.) to discuss Ecuador's offer of asylum to accused Wiki-leaks culprit Julian Assange. Dr. Bonicelli's analysis of the foreign policy stance of GOP running mates Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan was the basis for this blog post on the Shadow Government website.
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, authored this op-ed published by The Washington Examiner. The op-ed discussed issues of religous freedom in the United States and abroad.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from The American Spectator providing analysis of Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal's political future. The article was written by Regent alumnus Kevin Mooney '06 (Government).
  • Darius Davenport, director of career and alumni services in the School of Law, was quoted in this article from World on Campus. Davenport's remarks, as well as comments from third-year law student Rebekah Kaylor, addressed the importance of feeling called to law in a job market that is increasingly frustrating to some students.
  • Regent University and The Founders Inn and Spa were included in the August/September 2012 issue of Rejuvenate Magazine in an article that highlights interesting places to visit in the mid-Atlantic region (link unavailable).
  • Leroy Bean '07 (Government) was the subject of this article from The Royal Gazette, discussing his life and journey to creating CARTEL, an anti-gang organization in Bermuda.
  • J. Wynsma '98 (Government) was the subject of this article from The Times of Northwest Indiana announcing that he has been hired as the first village administrator in South Holland.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on Daybreak USA Radio (nationally syndicated) to discuss continuing political issues in Egypt.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, was quoted in this report from CBN News discussing how the selection of Congressman Paul Ryan as the GOP vice-presidential candidate will affect the campaign.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, authored this op-ed in The Virginian-Pilot, discussing GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's choice for vice-president. Dr. Dunn was interviewed in this report from CBN News again discussing the vice presidential selection. Dr. Dunn's remarks on this topic were also included in this article from onenewsnow.com.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on a number of radio shows this week. Hewas a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) to discuss the pros and cons of choosing General David Petraeus as Romney's running mate. Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Tim Constantine Show (St. Augustine, Fla.) to discuss Romney's weekend vice-presidential announcement. Speaking on the same topic, he was a guest on KOMO Seattle.
  • Lynne Marie Kohm, the John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law in the School of Law, was a guest on WYRM 1110 AM to discuss her Family Restoration blog and the culture of life.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was quoted in this article from the Daily Press regarding recent amicus briefs filed by attorneys for Facebook and the American Civil Liberties Union asking a federal appeals court to rule that clicking the "Like" button on the social networking site is constitutionally protected speech. The article was picked up by WDBJ 7 (CBS Roanoke) as well.
  • Dr. Brian Baugus, assistant professor of economics in the College of Arts & Sciences, was quoted in this article from Inside Business discussing Virginia Senator Jim Webb's proposal to raise minimum wage.
  • President Carlos Campo was quoted in several recent articles, including this Augusta Chronicle story, about a merger of two universities in Augusta, Ga. Coverage of the merger appeared in a number of other news outlets, including the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Chronicle of Higher Education and several TV stations.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing continued speculation about presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney's vice-presidential running mate. Discussing the same topic, Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit, nationally syndicated). Again speaking about the GOP vice-presidential nominee, Dr. Dunn was a guest on the The Brad Davis Show (syndicated in Connecticut) and America's News Radio. Speaking about Virginia's influence as a battleground state in the upcoming elections, Dr. Dunn was interviewed by WVEC TV (ABC Norfolk).
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was interviewed by WAVY TV (NBC Norfolk) regarding recent amicus briefs filed by attorneys for Facebook and the American Civil Liberties Union asking a federal appeals court to rule that clicking the "Like" button on the social networking site is constitutionally protected speech.
  • Dr. Michael Hill-Kirkland, professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, will be directing Virginia Beach-based theatre company Theatrix Productions' adaptation of Les Misérables, according to this article in The Virginian-Pilot.
  • Regent University's announcement that the Board of Trustees has approved name changes for two of the schools was picked up by The Virginian-Pilot. The School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship is now the School of Business & Leadership. The School of Undergraduate Studies is now the College of Arts & Sciences.
  • Pastor John Woodhouse, a current master's student in the School of Divinity, was the focus of this article from Buffalo News talking about his ministry and church, RiverLife Chapel.
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was interviewed on Daybreak USA Radio discussing the phone hacking scandal in the United Kingdom.
  • Dr. Bill Hathaway, dean of the School of Psychology & Counseling, authored a review of the book Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church which is being featured for discussion on the PsycCRITIQUES blog.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, wrote this op-ed in the Virginian-Pilot about the benefits of President Barack Obama choosing Secretary of State Hilary Clinton as his vice-presidential running mate instead of Joe Biden. Dr. Dunn was also interviewed in this onenewsnow.com article regarding a recent poll that shows President Obama ahead of Governor Mitt Romney and its implications for three crucial "swing" states. Dr. Dunn was also on CBN News to talk about the results of an election in Texas this week in which a Tea Party-backed candidate won and will be running for a Senate seat in November.

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July 2012

  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was interviewed on Daybreak USA Radio (nationally syndicated) regarding the possible death sentence to be served by the Sudanese government against a United States aid worker.
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was interviewed on the IRN USA Radio Network (broadcast in 127 cities nationwide) discussing the phone hacking scandal in the United Kingdom.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on CBN's NewsWatch to discuss the results of a recent poll that shows President Obama ahead of Governor Mitt Romney. (Link not available) He was also quoted in this onenewsnow.com article regarding the same poll and its implications for three crucial "swing" states. He was also featured in this article in the Richmond Times-Dispatch discussing Romney's Mormon faith and its potential impact among voters.
  • Lisa Olson, career services and quality manager for the Robertson School of Government, was interviewed on The Current Radio Show (broadcast on several stations in southeastern Virginia) regarding her non-profit organization, Manyata Ministries.
  • Nicole Lawler '03 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) was listed in this Buffalo News article announcing her new position with Manzella Marketing Group.
  • Steven G. Rogers '95 (Law) was elected as circuit judge for the fifth judicial circuit in Marion County (Ocala), Florida, according to this notice in The Tampa Bay Times. Rogers will begin his circuit position January 2013.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, authored this post on the Shadow Government blog discussing true freedom and democracy.
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was a guest on The Jim Bohannon Show to discuss media ethics in light of the phone hacking scandal by journalists in Great Britain. This is the 6th largest radio show in America with about 4 million listeners and is broadcast on more than 350 stations. Speaking on the same day and topic, Dr. Land was also a guest on The Tim Constantine Show (St. Augustine, Fla.).
  • Regent University's Government Camp was the subject of this feature story in Newsmax Magazine, one of the nation's leading conservative magazines with more than 800,000 readers. The article, which included comments from Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies, discusses the camp, its purpose and the unique opportunities high school campers experience. (request a PDF of the article at proffice@regent.edu)
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, published this op-ed in The Virginian-Pilot, urging GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney to stand up to media pressure to prematurely name a vice-presidential running mate.
  • Joseph Kohm, adjunct professor in the School of Law, authored this article from firstthingsfirst.com reviewing Mara Hvistendahl's Unnatural Selection.
  • Pierrette Hall '06 (Education) was named lead academic principal at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va., according to this article on AlexandriaNews.org.
  • President Carlos Campo participated in a discussion on affordability and accountability in higher education with U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan at The College of William & Mary on July 13 as reported in these articles from The Richmond Times-Dispatch, Old Dominion University, and The College of William & Mary. President Campo was also quoted in this article from The Virginian-Pilot discussing work-life balance.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on Daybreak USA, nationally syndicated on the IRN/USA Radio Network to hundreds of stations, to discuss the continuing violence in Syria and the future of Syria's president. Discussing the same topic, Dr. Bonicelli was also a guest on Red Eye Radio (WABC/NYC, KABC/LA, WRKO/Boston and nationally syndicated on 180 stations with 8 million listeners weekly).
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on Culture Shocks with Barry Lynn to discuss what's important in the current presidential campaign. On the same day, Dr. Dunn was a guest on WVEC TV (ABC Norfolk) to discuss negative presidential campaign ads. Dr. Dunn was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing potential GOP vice-presidential candidates. Speaking on the same topic, he was a guest with Charly Butcher on WOWO-Radio in Indiana.
  • Robertson School of Government students were mentioned in this article in The Virginian-Pilot. The article noted the students' eight-week study on the structure of city council.
  • Jessica Avery '11 (Education) has been named Elephant's Fork Elementary School new assistant principal according to this article in the Suffolk News-Herald. According to the same article, Michael Blount Jr. '11 (Education) was also named assistant principal at King's Fork High School.
  • Tamisha Augustin '11 (Education) was named assistant women's basketball coach at Marshall University, according to this article from wvmetronews.com.
  • Andrew McVay '11 (Law) was the subject of this profile in The Colorado Springs Business Journal. The profile looks at McVay's interest in law and business and how he combines them in his work.
  • Erik Salwen, a doctoral student in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was named to the Texas Southern University Board of Regents by Texas Governor Rick Perry, according to this report from the Governor's Office. The news was picked up by guidrynews.com.
  • President Carlos Campo will participate in a discussion on affordability and accountability in higher education with U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan at The College of William & Mary according to this article from Williamsburg Yorktown Daily, this article from The Daily Press and this article from The College of William & Mary.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, authored a blog post that appeared on the Shadow Government website. The post, which discussed recent presidential elections in Mexico, was also picked up by The Libertarian website.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies, appeared on CBN News to discuss taxation and healthcare.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was interviewed by WAVY TV (NBC Norfolk). The segment focused on Virginia's significance as a battleground state in the November elections. The interview was also picked up by WAVY TV's sister station FOX43.
  • Lisa Olson, career services and quality manager in the Robertson School of Government, shared her life story on The Hampton Roads Show (WAVY TV Norfolk).
  • Michele Wilcher, associate director of undergraduate admissions, was a guest on Joy in Our Town, a public affairs program produced by WTCP-TV 21 (TBN), to discuss tips for incoming college freshmen and strategies for homeschoolers to prepare for college.
  • LaToya McBean '03 (Government) was awarded a scholarship to continue her legal education at the Trailblazers Awards Dinner hosted by the Straker Bar Foundation according to this article from legalnews.com.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on Daybreak USA, nationally syndicated on the IRN/USA Radio Network to hundreds of stations, and America's News Radio. The discussion focused on recent presidential elections in Mexico and their potential impact. Speaking on the same topic, he was also interviewed by What's UP with Terry Lowry (KKHT Houston and syndicated).
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on CBN News to discuss the implications of the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the individual mandate in the Affordable Care law. This report was also picked up by blackchristiannews.com. Dr. Dunn's comments regarding the impact of the ruling were included in this report from onenewsnow.com. He was also a guest on a number of radio programs throughout the week. Speaking on the same topic, he was a guest on Kresta in the Afternoon (airing on Ave Maria Communications, EWTN and satellite) and he was a guest on The Paul W. Smith Show (WJR-Detroit and satellite). He was on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit, nationally syndicated) to discuss Marco Rubio as Mitt Romney's possible vice presidential choice. His analysis of Rubio was included in this report from onenewsnow.com and also this article.
  • Webster Anderson '03 (Education) was recently named director of student services for the Fairfield County, S.C., school district, according to this article from the Herald Independent.

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June 2012

  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, authored this post on the Shadow Government website regarding Paraguay's constitutional crisis.
  • Lynne Marie Kohm, the John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law in the School of Law, was featured as a guest columnist by JURIST. Her op-ed was titled "Marriage and Grassroots Democracy in 2012."
  • James Davids, assistant professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from urbanfaith.com discussing the implications of the Supreme Court's ruling to uphold the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was interviewed on Red Eye Radio (WABC/NYC, KABC/LA, WRKO/Boston and nationally syndicated on 180 stations with 8 million listeners weekly) about the recent Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act. Dr. Dunn also spoke with WAVY 10 News on the same subject (link unavailable). Dr. Dunn was interviewed in this article on onenewsnow.com about the role of faith in Marco Rubio's vice-presidential chances. He was also a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) to discuss the Supreme Court ruling and other political issues of the day.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, discussed the Supreme Court decision on Arizona immigration law on American Family News Radio. On the same subject, Jacob was interviewed in this CBN News story.
  • Professor Jacob was a guest on the Tony Macrini show (WNIS Norfolk) to talk about an op-ed in the Washington Post calling for the resignation of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia because of his comments on President Obama's Executive Order concerning immigration. Professor Jacob returned to the program to discuss the Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act.
  • James Duane, professor in the School of Law, was a guest on CBN News to offer analysis of the health care ruling.
  • Randy Singer, School of Law adjunct professor, was featured in this Virginian-Pilot article reviewing his new legal novel, "The Last Plea Bargain."
  • Darius Davenport, director of career and alumni services with the School of Law, was quoted in a recent Virginia Lawyers Weekly article (link unavailable) discussing job placement statistics for 2011 graduates released last week by the American Bar Association.
  • Jason Carthen '09 (GLE) was interviewed in this Akron Beacon Journal article about his involvement on the coaching staff of a new free football camp that focuses on teaching students leadership skills.
  • Regent University was mentioned in this article in Inside Business, Hampton Roads' business journal, about the 2012 Entrepreneurial Excellence Awards. Regent co-sponsors the awards with the publication each year to recognize the significant contributions of local small business owners.
  • President Carlos Campo was interviewed by Rev. Harold Hendrick. The interview was a discussion about the president's new immigration initiative and can be heard on haroldhendrick.com. Speaking on the same topic, he was a guest with Ernie Brown on America's Radio News and The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.). President Campo was also quoted in this article from Inside Business discussing Regent's economic impact on the Hampton Roads community.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on CBN News to discuss the president's use of executive privilege in the case of Attorney General Eric Holder and a House committee investigation into the "Fast and Furious" gun-tracking operation.
  • Dr. Graham Twelftree, distinguished professor in the School of Divinity, was quoted in this article from terra.com about the practice of exorcism in the Catholic church.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on Michael Savage's Savage Nation radio talk show to discuss the president's use of executive privilege and historical implications of this action. This is the third largest radio talk show in the nation, with an estimated 10 million listeners weekly. Speaking on the same topic, Dr. Dunn was also a guest on the Tim Constantine Show (St. Augustine, Fla.). Dr. Dunn was a guest on the American Family Network to discuss Florida senator Marco Rubio's religious background and Obama's immigration policy. Dr. Dunn's latest op-ed, titled "A Fast and Furious Decline," was published in the Virginian-Pilot. He was also quoted in this article from The Christian Science Monitor, discussing how President Barack Obama's decision to give work permits to certain illegal immigrants may be received by African-Americans.
  • The Reagan Symposium was cited in The Weekly Standard cover article by executive editor Fred Barnes, a symposium participant. The Weekly Standard and weeklystandard.com com serve an audience of more than 1 million readers each month.
  • Dr. Dennis Rittle '09 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) was recently named the new vice president of academic affairs at Ozarka College in Melbourne, Ark., according to this article in The Baxter Bulletin.
  • Dr. Steve Tincher '03 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) was recently named the new chancellor of Ivy Tech Community College in Richmond, Ind., according to this article by the Palladium-Item. News of Tincher's appointment was also published by Inside Indiana Business.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com speaking about Wisconsin governor Scott Walker's impact on the November presidential elections. Speaking again about Gov. Walker and the 2012 presidential elections, Dr. Dunn was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) to discuss Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker as a viable GOP vice presidential candidate, due to his strong showing in the recent recall election.
  • Tracy Stewart, vice president for enrollment management & information technology, was quoted in this article from World on Campus, discussing the increasing cost of providing a quality liberal arts education.
  • Regent University's Government Camp was included in this report from Fox Business about unique summer camp opportunities.
  • Lisa Olson, career services and quality manager in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Current Radio Show (Hampton Roads, Va.). A portion of the show was devoted to Olson taking calls from local listeners.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on CBN News to discuss the implications of Wisconsin governor Scott Walker's recall election win.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on Hearsay with Cathy Lewis (WHRV Norfolk) to discuss politics and recent presidential primaries. Dr. Dunn was a guest on American Family Radio to discuss various issues impacting the 2012 presidential election and he was also a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit, nationally syndicated) to discuss the governor's recall election in Wisconsin and its meaning for evangelicals.
  • Greg Wilhelm '98 (Law) was appointed chairman of the Texas Parental Rights Advisory Panel, according to this article from the Waxahachie Daily Light.

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May 2012

  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, discussed the impact of recent elections in Egypt with John McCaslin of America's Radio News Network (syndicated).
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was interviewed on The Bob Dutko Show (syndicated from Detroit), about Mitt Romney's vice-presidential choices. Dr. Dunn was also featured in this article in La Opinión discussing what Romney needs to do to win the presidential race.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was quoted in this FOX News article discussing a New Jersey woman whose public housing authority asked her to remove the American flags from her apartment balcony. The story was also picked up by The Daily Caller. Professor Jacob was also quoted in this article from the Baptist Press about federal abortion and contraceptive mandates.
  • Dr. Josh McMullen, assistant professor in School of Undergraduate Studies, was quoted in this article in the Christian Science Monitor about the History Channel's series, Hatfields and McCoys. The story was also picked up by Yahoo! News.
  • Dr. Corne Bekker, professor in the School of Global Leadership & Entreprenuership, was featured on CBN's Christian World News program talking about the Global Day of Prayer.
  • Dr. Mervyn Wighting, professor in the School of Education, contributed to an article about the top school principals in Hampton Roads and Central Virginia titled "Principals We Love" in the May/June issue of Virginia Teacher.
  • Regent's 2012 Commencement address given by Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann was featured on C-SPAN.
  • Army Chaplain Darren Turner '06 (Divinity) was featured in this CNN Belief Blog post detailing his experiences in Iraq, his return home from deployment, and how his personal journey helps him counsel other soldiers.
  • Randall Maxwell '11 (Communication & the Arts) and Andrew Quicke, professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, were featured in this Fort Worth Star-Telegram article regarding Maxwell's plans to produce redemptive films in Texas.
  • President Carlos Campo's interview discussing higher education issues for Latinos was included in this article in The Hispanic Christian Post. President Campo was also interviewed by Life Design TV in Medellin, Colombia, which is broadcast to 45 million homes in South America. His three segments about values-based education will be broadcast repeatedly over the next year.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) to discuss new 2011 census estimates that show minority births are surpassing other births in the United States. Speaking on the same subject, he was also a guest on What's UP with Terry Lowry (KKHT Houston and syndicated).
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was mentioned in this blog post from USA Today discussing comments made about GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney's Mormon faith. On the same day, he was quoted in this article from expresso.com discussing President Barack Obama's support of gay marriage and how it may impact voters.
  • Dr. Dunn was interviewed by WVEC-TV (ABC Norfolk) regarding an increase in political ads targeting the Hampton Roads region. Also speaking about campaign ads, Dr. Dunn was quoted in this article from the Christian Science Monitor. Dr. Dunn's comments regarding bonuses to congressional staffers were included in this report from WVEC-TV. Dr. Dunn's comments regarding Romney's possible vice presidential running mate were included in this article from onenewsnow.com, as well as in an interview with American Family Radio.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was quoted in this article from World Magazine, discussing organizations that have been filing lawsuits against the Obama administration's contraceptive mandate.
  • Regent University's newly tenured professors were included in this Inside Higher Eddaily news update.
  • Cary Payne '96 (Law) was appointed as a Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court judge in Lynchburg, Va., beginning in July, according to this article from The News & Advance. On the same day, news of Payne's appointment was included in The Amherst New Era-Progress.
  • J.T. Jezierski '98 (Government) was the subject of this article from Roll Call, detailing his career on Capitol Hill and his current role as Romney's top staffer for legislative affairs.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Brad Davis Show (syndicated in Connecticut) to discuss potential consequences of the recent election in France, in which French citizens chose a Socialist president for the first time in nearly two decades.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies, appeared on CBN Newswatch to discuss new 2011 census estimates showing that minority births are surpassing other births in the United States.
  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, distinguished professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was quoted in this report from CBN News discussing reaction to a bill being considered by California lawmakers that would ban therapy for teenagers wanting to change their sexual orientation.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from USA Today discussing how vocal likely GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney should be about his Mormon faith. The article containing Dunn's comments was picked up by the Livingston Daily, the Appleton Post Crescent, the Tucson Citizen, dnj.com, and a number of other news outlets.
  • Dr. Dunn's comments were included in this article from La Opinión, the nation's largest Latino newspaper, discussing President Obama's stance on gay marriage and its impact on the upcoming presidential election. The article was also picked up by Univision Noticias. Dr. Dunn was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing the Nebraska Senate race between Deb Fischer and Bob Kerry.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss Constitutional issues surrounding the gay marriage debate, as well as the Establishment Clause and the "Six Commandments" case.
  • Saundra Wall Williams '10 (Divinity) was this year's Commencement speaker at James Sprunt Community College in Kenansville, N.C., according to this article from The Sampson Independent.
  • Regent University's presentation of a Presidential Scholarship to the 2012 Hampton Roads Military Spouse of the Year was mentioned in this article from the Peninsula Warrior.
  • Regent University's MFA in Acting students' performance at the ArtsNaples World Festival was the subject of this story from gonaples.com.
  • President Carlos Campo has been named to the Inside Business 2012 Power List, a list of individuals in the Hampton Roads, Va., region are who are rising to the top among local business leaders. President Campo was a guest on NightSide with Dan Rea to discuss immigration issues. This radio show, which is broadcast live from WBZ-Radio in Boston, reaches 38 states. President Campo also gave the Commencement address at William Jessup University this weekend, as reported in this article on rocklintoday.com. News of the event was also released by the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) to discuss reports that Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng was asked to leave the U.S. Embassy in China ahead of a visit from the Secretary of State.
  • Regent University's Commencement was the subject of this article in The Virginian-Pilot. The Commencement ceremony and Regents Commencement speaker, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, were the subject of this report from CBN News which was picked up by blackchristiannews.com. This was also reported by WAVY-TV, Norfolk, Va.'s NBC affiliate.
  • Roger Cheeks, director of community life, was highlighted in an article in The Virginian-Pilot regarding his work to transform a former nightclub in Chesapeake, Va., into a community church.
  • Timothy Lim, a Ph.D. student in the School of Divinity, published a column, titled "Deeply Human: An Admonishment in the Direction of Godly Civility," in the Singapore edition of The Christian Post.
  • Regent University awarded a Presidential Scholarship to the 2012 Military Spouse of the Year, which was reported by WAVY-TV (NBC Norfolk).
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on the Fox News Channel's live news webcast to discuss the case of Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng and its potential impact on President Barack Obama's reelection campaign. He also talked about this issue the same day during an interview on the nationally-syndicated program, America's Radio News.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was interviewed by WVEC-TV (ABC Norfolk) regarding Romney's recent visit to Hampton Roads.
  • James Duane, professor in the School of Law, was a guest on Fox News Radio to discuss an attack on two local newspaper reporters and accusations of a cover-up by police and local media.
  • Randy Singer, attorney-in-residence in the School of Law, was a featured speaker at the Suffolk Leadership Prayer Breakfast, according to this article from the Suffolk News-Herald.
  • Brittany Hoffman, communication specialist in the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, was the subject of this article from The Virginian-Pilot discussing her recent win at the Start Norfolk 2.0 competition.
  • The announcement of Regent University's Commencement speaker, U.S. Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, was included in news coverage from a number of news outlets, including WAVY-TV (NBC Norfolk), The Virginian-Pilot, The Christian Science Monitor, Hispanicbusiness.com, the Washington Post blog "Virginia Politics," WVEC-TV (ABC Norfolk), and Fox43-TV (Fox Norfolk).

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April 2012

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit, nationally syndicated) to discuss political issues of the day. Dr. Dunn was also quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing the election campaigns of President Obama and presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney.
  • Dr. Antipas Harris, assistant professor in the School of Divinity, was quoted in this article from The Virginian-Pilot recounting a racial healing panel hosted by the Norfolk Chapter of the FBI Citizens' Academy Alumni Association.
  • Regent University's Nehemiah Walk was the subject of this article from CBN News. The walk was held to raise money for the Chapel and Divinity building project.
  • President Carlos Campo was interviewed by and took calls with Geraldo Rivera (WABC New York and streamed online) regarding Arizona immigration law issues. WABC is the largest radio station in nation, in the #1 market with an average audience of more than one million listeners. President Campo was also quoted in this article from World on Campus discussing how schools differ in approach to "helicopter" and "snow plow" parents.
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was a guest on Daybreak USA, nationally syndicated on the IRN/USA Radio Network to hundreds of stations to discuss the life and legacy of Dick Clark. Speaking on the same topic, he was also a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.).
  • A group of Regent Law students were mentioned in this article from Christianity Today for research they are doing to support efforts to build and support two-parent families.
  • Ben DuPre '01 (Law) was quoted in this article from the New York Times titled "The Criminalization of Bad Mothers" investigating an Alabama law that allows mothers to be jailed if their baby is born addicted to drugs. DuPre was also interviewed about this case by CNN.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was was quoted in this Christian Science Monitor article discussing a recent survey by The Pew Research Institute investigating the tone and volume of presidential candidate coverage in the first part of 2012. This article was also picked up by accessnews.com. Dr. Dunn's comments were also featured in this article from politicalfiber.com on whether religious views should influence positions and actions by politicians. On the same day, Dr. Dunn was a guest on American Family Radio to discuss various aspects of the 2012 presidential elections. Dr. Dunn was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing the day's primary elections. Dr. Dunn was also quoted in this feature from Greenwatch, a newsletter of the Capital Research Center, discussing how he believes social conservatives and limited government conservatives can come together to challenge the green agenda. The article was written by Regent alumnus Kevin Mooney '06 (Government).
  • Dr. Bob Dyer, assistant professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) discussing both Regent University and issues he's facing as a Virginia Beach City Council member.
  • Regent University's annual Film Showcase was the subject of this article from The Virginian-Pilot.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) to discuss North Korea's failed satellite launch.
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was quoted in this article from the Christian Science Monitor that reviews the legacy of Dick Clark. On the same day, the story was picked up by the Alaska Dispatch. Dr. Land was also a guest on WRAF 90.9, which broadcasts from North Georgia to South Greenville, S.C. He spoke with host Mike Shelley '95 (Communication & the Arts) about Regent University's history and alumni successes.
  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, distinguished professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was mentioned in this article from Noticias Jóvenes that discussed a number of research findings related to homosexuality, including his research with Wheaton professor Stanton L. Jones.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss his book American Culture in Peril and what GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney needs to do to have a successful campaign. Dr. Dunn was quoted in this article from the Greeley Gazette, discussing results of Democratic primaries and why the Obama administration should be concerned.
  • Dr. Vinson Synan, dean emeritus of the School of Divinity, and Dr. Charles Fox '00 (Divinity) appeared together on The 700 Club to discuss a book they co-authored about the life of William J. Seymour, the African American pioneer and organizer of the Azusa Street Revival.
  • James Duane, professor in the School of Law, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss the trial process and responsibilities of the jury, as well as other current legal topics in the news.
  • Regent University is sponsoring the Dare to Be Conference Series featuring Christian music recording artist Natalie Grant and international speaker and author Charlotte Gambill, according to this report from hearitfirst.com.
  • Regent's new Master of Public Administration program in the Robertson School of Government was mentioned in this report from Inside Higher Ed.
  • Dee Ann Allen '99 (Law) was the subject of this profile from morningsun.net discussing her career and work as the director of education and cofounder of the Countryside Christian School in Pittsburg, Kan.
  • Justin Oliver, a doctoral candidate graduating from the Higher Education Administration Doctorate Program in May, was recently recognized during the Virginia Community College System Developmental Education Symposium, according to this article in the Suffolk News-Herald.
  • President Carlos Campo will be one of the featured speakers at the Awakening 2012 conference at Calvary Assembly of God in Winter Park, Fla., according to this article from the Orlando Sentinel. He was a guest on Building a Better Life (WHOV 88.1), the radio show hosted by local Urban League president Edith White, to discuss new initiatives at Regent and the importance of the university being involved in the community. President Campo was also a guest on CBN News to talk about the recent Newsweek article titled "Forget the Church - Follow Jesus." This interview was also picked up by Black Christian News.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on Red Eye Radio (WABC/NYC, KABC/LA, WRKO/Boston and 180+ stations) to discuss the North Korean missile launch. This program averages eight million listeners. He was a guest on CBN News to discuss how "Obamacare" and other hot topics could be serious weak points for President Barack Obama. Dr. Bonicelli authored this post on the Shadow Government website discussing a recent political coup in Mali and the impact it will have on the African nation. This post was picked up by the War News Updates blog. He was a guest on America's Morning News on the Talk Radio Network to discuss the ongoing situation in Syria. Dr. Bonicelli was also quoted in this article from World Magazine discussing the proposal to drop "Baptist" from Houston Baptist University's name.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on the Savage Nation radio program. This is the third largest show in the country, with about nine million listeners. Dr. Dunn was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss recent comments by Pastor Rick Warren asserting that the condition of the economy is a result of sin. That same day, he was interviewed by American Family Radio regarding Rick Santorum's decision to suspend his campaign. Dr. Dunn's comments about Santorum were included in this article from La Opinión. Speaking on the same topic, Dr. Dunn was a guest on America's News Radio and was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com. Dr. Dunn published an op-ed in The Virginian-Pilot comparing President Obama to former President Jimmy Carter. Discussing how Rick Santorum can help Romney win the evangelical vote in the November election, Dr. Dunn was a guest on What's UP with Terry Lowry (KKHT Houston and syndicated). Speaking about the same topic, Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Bob Dutko Show.
  • Dr. Gail Derrick and Dr. Merv Wighting, professors in the School of Education, were mentioned in this article from Business Daily Africa for their recent work conducting training sessions throughout Kenya on new modes of teaching.
  • Lynne Marie Kohm, the John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law in the School of Law, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss recent comments made about Ann Romney's experiences as a stay-at-home-mom.
  • Media and the Law: Seeking Justice for the Least of These, a symposium sponsored by the Center for Global Justice, was the subject of this report from CBN News.
  • The South Hampton Roads Mayor's Forum, held annually on Regent's campus, was mentioned in this Virginian Pilot op-ed discussing a lack of cooperation over transportation issues among local mayors.
  • Regent University's Ph.D. in Communication Studies was included in the history of distance learning as described in this post from zdnet.com.
  • A recent fifth place finish by Regent Law's Moot Court Team was included in this legal news round-up from the Daily Press (Newport News, Va.).
  • Sean Collins-Harris '11 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) was included in this article from Bloomberg Business Week discussing how unemployment statistics decrease for men who obtain college degrees. The article was also picked up by Yahoo! Finance and Financial Advisor magazine.
  • Connie Dawson, a doctoral student in the School of Divinity, was the subject of this article from the Lincoln Journal Star discussing her career and the new church she pastors.

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March 2012

  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was quoted in this article from Christianity Today discussing concerns of evangelical organizations who partner with federal agencies over a federal policy that "strongly encourages" them to develop anti-discrimination policies covering employees' sexual orientation.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, authored this op-ed in The Virginian-Pilot discussing how GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney should address his Mormon faith with voters. Dr. Dunn was also was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing Romney's win in the Illinois primary. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on The Bob Dutko Show to discuss GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich. Dr. Dunn's comments about Florida Senator Marco Rubio's potential to serve as a vice presidential nominee to Romney were included in this article from onenewsnow.com.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on Geraldo Rivera's radio program, (WABC New York and streamed online) to discuss the Affordable Care Act that has gone before the Supreme Court this week. WABC is the largest radio station in nation, in the #1 market with an average audience of more than one million listeners. Speaking on the same topic, Professor Jacob was also a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk).
  • David Velloney, associate professor in the School of Law, was quoted in this report from CBN News discussing legal issues surrounding the shooting of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin.
  • "Media and the Law: Seeking Justice for the Least of These," a symposium sponsored by the School of Law's Center for Global Justice, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law, was the subject of this article from The Virginian-Pilot.
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest on HOPE FM Kenyan Radio, the Christian station with the most listeners in Africa. He discussed leadership and Regent's proposed leadership Ph.D. for African students.
  • Regent University was named to the Young America Foundation's list of "Top Conservative Colleges." This news was reported by Fox Nation and CBS News.
  • Regent University's 2012 Commencement speaker will be Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann. News of this upcoming event was included in this announcement by Inside Higher Ed.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on News & Views over the Information Radio Network to discuss how the GOP should respond and adjust its strategy in the presidential elections.
  • Dr. Markus Pfeiffer, professional-in-residence in the School of Communication & the Arts, was quoted in a number of publications, including the San Francisco Chronicle, videobasedtutorials.com, and American Banking & Market News. Pfeiffer's comments about social media originally included in an article written by journalism graduate student Christina Darnell which was recently picked up by christianexaminer.com.
  • Dr. Amy Dominguez, associate professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was quoted in this article from World on Campus discussing the idea that marijuana is losing its stigma because of increased use for medicinal purposes, as well as the perception that everyone uses it.
  • "Media and the Law: Seeking Justice for the Least of These," an upcoming symposium sponsored by the Center for Global Justice, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law, was featured in this Christian Post article. The symposium was also mentioned the same day in this article from Washington Square News. The article looks at how teens and young adults are responding to issues of human trafficking and mentions the symposium as one of these responses.
  • The South Hampton Roads Mayor's Forum, sponsored by Regent's Executive Leadership Series, was mentioned in this op-ed published in The Virginian-Pilot. A recap of the mayors' comments was published in this article from The Virginian-Pilot. Norfolk's ABC affiliate WVEC TV also reported on the mayors' comments.
  • The ReelDreams Film Competition was mentioned in this release from medinapost.com. The article names Jordan Work, one of the seven finalists in this annual competition. As a finalist, Jordan will fly to Virginia Beach, Va., to meet with competition judges and school officials.
  • Dr. Mark Walker '05 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) senior pastor of Mount Paran North in Atlanta, was the featured speaker at the Secret Church at the Church Street Annex sponsored by Lee University, according to this article from The Chattanoogan.
  • Daniel Roberts '07 (Communication & the Arts) was singled out in the Backstage review of the Actor's Co-op production of Long Day's Journey Into Night. He also received excellent reviews from blogcritics.org and the Mad Theatrics blog.
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest with syndicated radio commentator Hugh Hewitt to discuss the response of students to the presidential election, the Hispanic vote and President Campo's upcoming trip to Africa. Hewitt's show is heard on the Salem Radio Network in about 120 markets around the country.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing 2012 congressional elections. Speaking about the 2012 presidential election, he was a guest on CBN Newswatch. He was also a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.) to discuss the "fractured" GOP presidential field and party.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to talk about Constitutional issues in the news.
  • Regent Law's Center for Global Justice, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law was mentioned in this article from CBN News discussing human trafficking in Atlanta.
  • Greg Rotelli '85 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) was appointed as the new CEO and president of Independence Energy Corp., according to this article from Yahoo! Finance.
  • Timothy Nelson '03 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) was named associate vice president for development at Midlands Technical College in South Carolina, according to this article from swampfox.ws and this article on midlandsbiz.com.
  • Troy Hall, a doctoral student in the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, was the subject of this article from cuinsight.com announcing his appointment to the Board of Directors for Lowcountry Orphan Relief in South Carolina.
  • Christina Darnell, a graduate student in the School of Communication & the Arts authored this WORLD on Campus article discussing social media's role in the Live31 campaign.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on CBN News to provide analysis of the "Super Tuesday" primaries.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies, was quoted in this WORLDVirginia article about the steps Regent is taking to control tuition costs.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted by a number of news outlets regarding this week's "Super Tuesday" round of primaries and other presidential race news, including this article from onenewsnow.com, these reports from WAVY TV (NBC Norfolk) and WVEC TV (ABC Norfolk), La Opinión (link unavailable), onenewsnow.com, Hearsay with Cathy Lewis (WHRV Norfolk), The 700 Club, The Barry Farber Show (1050AM New York), America's Radio News Network, The Phil Valentine Show (nationally syndicated and airs on more than 70 stations nationwide), and this WND (formerly WorldNetDaily) article. As part of a Fox News radio tour, Dr. Dunn was a guest on 12 radio stations, including the top-rated stations in Denver (KOA); Columbus, Ohio (WTVN) and Louisville, Ky., (WHAS); and the number-two rated station in Sacramento (KFBK). Other stations were in Dallas (KLIF); Birmingham (WERC); Baton Rouge (WJBO); Gainesville, Ga. (WDUN); Fort Collins, Col., (KCOL); Wilmington, Del., (WILM); Davenport, Iowa, (WOC) and McAllen, Texas (KURV).
  • James Duane, professor in the School of Law, was quoted in this article in The Virginian-Pilot discussing a Norfolk judge's decision to reverse a murder verdict originally handed down by a jury in 2010.
  • Dr. Richard Kidd, director of Campus Ministries, was a guest on CBN News to talk about a recent student mission trip to Washington, D.C.
  • Dr. Benjamin Keyes, professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was a guest on Hearsay with Cathy Lewis to discuss conditions in Sudan.
  • Dr. Tommy Weir '04 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) was the subject of this article from newzglobe.com discussing his presentation at a conference.
  • Dr. Alan Arroyo, dean of the School of Education, was a guest on the Total Education Network with Neil Haley (WRCT Pittsburgh) to discuss the pros and cons of charter schools. The radio program will be syndicated on 60 stations.
  • Regent's Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team was the subject of this article from Virginia Business discussing their new Plus 1 Jobs Initiative.
  • Dr. Doris Gomez, assistant professor in the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, will be a guest panelist on The Athena Business Forum (WCTV Chesapeake) throughout the month of March. This is a special edition of Women on the Horizons. Video from March 4 can be viewed here.

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February 2012

  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to provide analysis of this week's GOP primaries in Michigan and Arizona.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from the Christian Science Monitor discussing recent poll findings that newspapers are considered the most reliable source of election news. The Virginian-Pilot published Dr. Dunn's latest op-ed, titled "Republicans Still Lack a Winner." Discussing the latest round of GOP primaries, Dr. Dunn was also a guest on CBN Newswatch.
  • Dr. Dunn's analysis on the GOP candidates' ability to debate President Barack Obama was included in this article from onenewsnow.com. His observations about the upcoming GOP primaries (Super Tuesday) were included in this article from onenewsnow.com.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was quoted in this article on crosswalk.com discussing a growing number of lawsuits filed by Christian colleges against the federal government over the Obama administration's contraceptive mandate.
  • Dr. Marc Newman, associate professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, authored this movie review for Spero News. The review examines the new movie Act of Valor and what it can teach the Church.
  • David M. Edwards, creative director of the International Center for Worship, was a guest on The Choir Room: EXTRA. The web series is produced by LifeWay Worship.
  • Morgan McCoy '10 (Communication & the Arts) was featured on a broadcast of Virginia This Morning (WTVR CBS Richmond) performing an historical interpretation of Richmond native Maggie Walker.
  • Mark Penn '93 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) has been appointed chancellor of Roseman University's South Jordan, Utah, campus, according to this article from Reuters. The article was also picked up by Berlin's Ad Hoc News and several other publications.
  • Regent University volunteers were included in this article in The Virginian-Pilot as contributors to the work of Afton Place, a charity serving the Hampton Roads, Va., area.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, authored this Shadow Government blog post discussing continuing political issues with Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article in La Opinión discussing GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's increasing attacks against rival candidate Rick Santorum. Commenting again on Romney's campaign, Dr. Dunn was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com and he was a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit, nationally syndicated).
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was quoted in this article from World Magazine, discussing a growing number of lawsuits filed by Christian colleges against the federal government over the Obama administration's contraceptive mandate.
  • Lynne Marie Kohm, the John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law in the School of Law, was interviewed by WVEC 13 (ABC Norfolk) regarding the constitutionality of Virginia's bill on requiring ultrasounds of women seeking abortions.
  • Dr. Marc Newman, associate professor in the School of Communication, authored this review of Nicholas Cage's new movie Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.
  • Ashleigh Chapman, administrative director of the Center for Global Justice, Human Rights and the Rule of Law, was interviewed by CBN News discussing global issues of human trafficking and the upcoming Freedom Sunday awareness event.
  • Kristen Waggoner '96 (Law), representing the plaintiffs in a court case to decide if Washington state could force pharmacies to sell emergency contraceptives, was pictured in this article from MSNBC.com.
  • Results from Regent University's recent Leroy R. Hassell, Sr. National Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition were reported by Yahoo! News and bizwireexpress.com.
  • A public screening of a Regent University endowed short film Bama and Fred was mentioned on WTKR 3 (CBS Norfolk) by news anchor Barbara Ciara. Along with Ciara, School of Communication & the Arts assistant professor Booker T. Mattison, who served as executive producer on the film, led a discussion after the screening about the challenges of getting African-American films made in Hollywood.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was interviewed on the RedState website about the foreign policy influences of Senator Jesse Helms. The interview was picked up by Andrew Breitbart's Big Government website. Dr. Bonicelli was also quoted in this post on Ted Landphair's blog for Voice of America discussing the inclusion of homeschool students onto public school sports teams and their eagerness to excel.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Steve Deace Show to discuss the GOP presidential nomination process and the upcoming convention. The show is nationally syndicated through the Salem Radio Network. He was a guest on the nationally syndicated radio show Culture Shocks with Barry Lynn to discuss GOP politics. He was also a guest on What's UP with Terry Lowry (KKHT Houston and syndicated) to talk about the geopolitical strengths and weaknesses of the Santorum and Romney campaigns heading into Super Tuesday and on American Family Radio with Chad Groening to discuss the decline of Romney and the rise of Santorum in the polls.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to talk about Constitutional issues in the news.
  • News about two of Regent University's Alternative Dispute Resolution Board teams placing in the top five teams in the American Bar Association (ABA) National Negotiation Competition was included in this article from Yahoo! News. The news was also published on the same day by bizwireexpress.com and American Banking News.
  • Regent University is one of only two universities in Virginia that requires a U.S. government or history class, according to a recent study of liberal arts curricula, which was reported in this article from The Virginian-Pilot.
  • Regent journalism students recently heard from local WAVY TV (NBC Norfolk) news anchor Nicole Livas about her work as a journalist, which she wrote about in this blog post.
  • President Carlos Campo was interviewed by Issues in Education radio for a segment on the rise of online education in America and how a Christian university is among the leaders. This program airs on 650 stations and can be heard on the Christian Satellite Network, the world's largest Christian radio network with a potential listening audience of 32 million people.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on the Wall Street Journal Radio Network's Daily Wrap with Michael Castner to discuss escalating violence in Syria. The WSJ Radio Network serves listeners on more than 400 radio stations.
  • Dr. Bonicelli was also a guest on CBN News to discuss the decision to close the U.S. Embassy in Syria. Bonicelli's comments on developing diplomatic issues between United Nations member nations and Syria were the subject of this post on the Shadow Government blog. Speaking on the same topic, Dr. Bonicelli was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.).
  • Regent University School of Law Moot Court teams placed second and fifth in the nation at the American Bar Association National Negotiation Competition recently, reported in this article in The Virginian-Pilot.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com speculating on a possible vice-presidential running mate for GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney.
  • The Reagan Symposium was the subject of this report from CBN News. Remarks from one of the symposium speakers, Dr. Steven Hayward, were included in this post on powerlineblog.com.
  • Remarks by Dr. Vinson Synan, School of Divinity dean emeritus, regarding recent comments by Bishop T.D. Jakes, continued to be published by a number of outlets, including Go San Angelo, the Times-Standard, pressrepublican.com and The Joplin Globe.
  • Dr. John Mulford, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship, appeared in this report from CBN News looking at microfinance projects in Latin America and Africa.
  • Dr. Antipas Harris, assistant professor in the School of Divinity, was quoted in this article from CBN News about a Virginia Beach, Va., pastor who recently died at the conclusion of a sermon.
  • Dr. Marc Newman, associate professor in the School of Communication, authored this article on speroforum.com discussing the need for Christians to be a part of cultural conversations surrounding film and art. Newman's article, "The Church Comes to the Sundance Film Festival" was also published on energypublisher.com.
  • Adlan Cruz, artist-in-residence at Regent's International Center for Worship, was a guest on The 700 Club.
  • L. Derek Leonidoff, adjunct professor and coordinator of Regent's Varsity Improv Players (VIPs) troop, was featured in a Super Bowl commercial that won a Doritos® competition. News of his success was reported by a number of local outlets, including this article and this article, both published in The Virginian-Pilot and this report from CBN News.
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest with syndicated radio commentator Hugh Hewitt to discuss how Hispanic-Americans voted in the Florida primary and also the Mormon-Evangelical issue being raised by the primaries. Hewitt's show is heard in approximately 120 markets around the country.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on CBN News to discuss Mitt Romney's victory in the Florida primary. This report was also published on the Christian Coalition of America website.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com discussing the Florida GOP primary. He was also a guest on Hearsay with Cathy Lewis (WHRV Norfolk) to discuss the Reagan Symposium. He was also quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com regarding the impact of Rick Santorum and Ron Paul remaining in the race. Dr. Dunn was a guest on What's UP with Terry Lowry (KKHT Houston and syndicated) and also on American Family Radio with Chad Groening to discuss Florida and what's ahead for the GOP field of candidates. He also provided analysis of the primary on CBN Newswatch.
  • Lynne Marie Kohm, the John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law in the School of Law, was quoted in this WORLD Virginia article regarding the status of legislation to repeal the mandatory HPV vaccine in Virginia.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to talk about constitutional issues in the news.
  • Dr. Vinson Synan, School of Divinity dean emeritus, was quoted in this article from scrippsnews.com discussing recent comments by Pentecostal Bishop T.D. Jakes.

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January 2012

  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Barry Farber Show (1050AM New York) to discuss the Florida GOP primary. Dr. Dunn was also quoted in this article from WNYC (93.9 FM and AM 820 New York) discussing the impact of evangelical voters on the GOP primaries and the presidential election in general. Dr. Dunn's comments about the end of Texas Governor Rick Perry's presidential campaign were included in this article from WORLD Virginia.
  • J. Haskell Murray, assistant professor in the School of Law, authored research regarding benefit corporations that was featured on the Social Enterprise Law website.
  • Sarah Miranda '98 (Law) was recently named to the 2012 North Carolina Super Lawyers list as a "North Carolina Rising Star" and recently received an AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell for both legal ability and ethics, according to this article from dsnews.com.
  • President Carlos Campo was quoted in this article from Inside Business discussing the construction of the new Chapel and Divinity building on campus.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on CBN News to discuss the dynamics among the GOP candidates heading into the upcoming Florida Republican primary.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was quoted in three articles from the Christian Science Monitor this week: this article looks at untraditional rebuttals to the State of the Union address by Herman Cain and the Occupy movement; this article looks at voter opinions of Mitt Romney's tithing practices; and this article that looks at how Romney's ties to Latin America may impact his image with Latino voters.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss the recent Republican debate and the State of the Union Address. (link unavailable) His comments about Gingrich and Romney were included in this report from CBN News.
  • Dr. Dunn was also a guest on a number of radio programs this week. He was a guest on What's UP with Terry Lowry (KKHT Houston and syndicated) to discuss the Iowa and South Carolina primaries, as well as the upcoming Super Tuesday. He was a guest on The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit, nationally syndicated) to discuss issues among the GOP. He was also a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss the upcoming Reagan Symposium and presidential politics of the day.
  • Dr. Estrelda Alexander, professor in the School of Divinity, was quoted in this blog post on huffingtonpost.com discussing the Black Pentecostal faith.
  • Baxter Ennis, executive director of events and university relations, was a guest on The Jon Cash Show (WHKT 1650 AM) to discuss American exceptionalism.
  • David Held '01 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship) was the subject of this profile from the Akron Beacon Journal Online discussing his background and work as mayor in North Canton, Ohio.
  • Glen Avery, a student in the School of Education's doctor of higher education program, was the subject of this story from WKBW TV (ABC Buffalo) detailing Avery''s accomplishment of completing marathons on all seven continents.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman's decision to suspend his run for president.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on America's Radio News (nationally syndicated, based in Washington, D.C.) to discuss the continuing interest surrounding Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow's faith.
  • Regent University's online programming recently received top grades in U.S. News & World Report's first national ranking of online degree programs, which was reported in several online sites including this article from Digital Journal.
  • Regent University hosted the Urban League's 28th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Community Awards breakfast on Monday, Jan. 16. News of this event was reported by WVEC (ABC Norfolk), The Virginian-Pilot, and The New Journal & Guide.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, authored this op-ed, titled "The Candidate for Evangelicals," published in The Virginian-Pilot. He was also a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss the upcoming South Carolina GOP presidential primary. Speaking about the presidential candidates and shifting evangelical opinion, he was also quoted in this article from onenewsnow.com.
  • Dr. Dunn was a guest on American Family Radio with Chad Groening to talk about evangelical support of GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Speaking on the same topic, he was a guest on The Phil Valentine Show and The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.). The Phil Valentine Show is nationally syndicated and airs on more than 70 stations nationwide. He was also a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss presidential politics.
  • David Velloney, associate professor in the School of Law, was recently interviewed by The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) addressing the trial of U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning and how his command, upon recognizing his possible mental instability, could have allowed him to continue to serve. Velloney's remarks were also picked up by more than 100 other online publications in the region, including the Augusta-Margaret River Mail and Sunraysia Daily.
  • Dr. Vinson Synan, School of Divinity dean emeritus, was quoted in this article from ncnnews.org discussing a recent gathering of 18 leaders of denominations committed to an emphasis on holiness in the 21st century as part of the Wesleyan Holiness Consortium.
  • Brad Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, was quoted in this article from worldoncampus.com regarding a recent Supreme Court decision. Jacob was also a guest on The Tony Macrini Show (WNIS Norfolk) to discuss Constitutional issues.
  • Stacey Isom '99 (Communication & the Arts) was quoted in this article from thechattanoogan.com discussing her participation in Lee University's annual Writers Festival. The article also appeared in The Cleveland Daily Banner.
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest with radio host Dr. Richard Land. The two spoke at length about higher education, Christian higher education, globalization and the future of America.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to provide analysis of the New Hampshire Republican primary. Dr. Bonicelli also authored this post on the Shadow Government blog discussing the actions of Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss the GOP presidential race. He was also a guest on CBN News to discuss the New Hampshire primaries and appeared on CBN Newswatch to discuss evangelicals and the Republican presidential contest, particularly in South Carolina.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies, was a guest on several radio programs discussing the continuing interest surrounding Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow's faith: The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.), The Barry Farber Show (1050AM New York) and Al Gainey and Company (WDUN NewsTalk AM 550 and FM 102.9 WDUN Gainesville, Ga.).
  • Law Professor Brad Jacob was a guest on What's UP with Terry Lowry (KKHT Houston and syndicated) to discuss this week's Supreme Court ruling on upholding the "ministerial exception" for religious organizations to hire and fire "ministerial" employees at will.
  • David M. Edwards, creative director of the International Center for Worship, penned this music review in the January/February issue of Worship Leader Magazine. The review looks at the latest recording of Christian music legend Andrae Crouch. In the same issue, Edwards also authored this article about ministering a song in worship.
  • Regent University's latest Executive Leadership Series speaker, Dr. Freeman Hrabowski III, was the subject of this article in The Virginian-Pilot (Norfolk).
  • Jeshua Lauka '08 (Law) was promoted to partner at the Willis Law office in Kalamazoo, Mich., according to this article in The Herald Palladium.
  • Kevyn Bashore '91 (Communication & the Arts) was the subject of this article from the Lebanon Daily News (Pennsylvania) discussing his recent photography exhibit at the Milton Hershey School's Clyde Stacks Visual Art Center.
  • News of Regent University's Chapel and Divinity School cornerstone dedication was reported by The 700 Club.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on CBN News to discuss the results of the Iowa caucus.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Rusty Humphries Show (#8 radio program in the nation) to provide advance analysis of the Iowa caucus results. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on a number of other radio programs, including: The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ Detroit, nationally syndicated) to discuss political news of the day; Hearsay with Cathy Lewis (WHRV Norfolk) to discuss his latest book, The Presidency in the 21st Century; The Barry Farber Show (1050AM New York) and America's Radio News to discuss the Iowa caucus; and What's UP with Terry Lowry (KKHT Houston and syndicated) to talk about Iowa and what's ahead in the New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on CBN Newswatch to discuss Michele Bachmann's decision to end her bid for the GOP presidential nomination. He was also quoted in a number of articles from onenewsnow.com, including this article with his predictions for the Iowa caucuses, a recent prediction of an Obama-Clinton presidential ticket in 2012 in this article, continued GOP presidential analysis in this article and predictions that Republicans will gain control of the senate in fall 2012 in this article.

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