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

January 2013 - December 2013

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December 2013

  • Dr. Amos Yong, dean of the School of Divinity, discussed disability and the Bible on the Pushing Limits radio program on KPFA (Berkeley, Calif.) with disability activist Lillibeth Navarro.
  • Dr. James Slack, professor in the Robertson School of Government, discussed the differences between the council-manager and the council-mayor forms of municipal governance, and the implications for businesses in his most recent Inside Business column.
  • Alumna April Albritton '13 (COM) and her fiancé Beecher Reuning, a current student (COM), were interviewed on Fox & Friends Weekend regarding Reuning's surprise marriage proposal while the two were making a film. The proposal film has gone viral on social media networks.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on CBN News to discuss President Obama's performance during the first year of his second term. Some of his comments from this interview were also included in a story about the president's declining support among young voters that aired on CBN.
  • Lynne Marie Kohm, the John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law, offered comments that were included in the December issue of Christianity Today regarding whether or not Christian colleges should encourage marriage among students.
  • Two Regent Law alumni—the Honorable Joseph Migliozzi Jr., '94, judge in Norfolk General District Court, and Marie Hamm '99, assistant director for collection development at Regent's Law Library—had articles published in the December issue of Virginia Lawyer, the Virginia State Bar's magazine.
  • Stacy Cross, a student in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was recently promoted to a branch manager for TowneBank, as reported in this Daily Press (Newport News, Va.) article.
  • Dr. Corné Bekker, department chair for Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry in the College of Arts & Sciences, did several interviews on major news outlets regarding the legacy of the late Nelson Mandela. He was a guest on The Jim Bohannon Show (one of the nation's largest programs, with about 4 million listeners, heard on 350 stations); and on The Wall Street Journal Radio Report (250 stations) and WGN-TV in Chicago.
  • Julianne Cenac, assistant vice president for Professional & Continuing Education, was interviewed for an article in the December issue of Church Executive Magazine regarding business training for pastors.
  • News about a $250,000 grant from the Lilly Endowment to Regent's School of Divinity was reported in The Virginian-Pilot.

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November 2013

  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Capitol Hill Show with Tim Constantine (WTNT-Washington, D.C.) to discuss the recent negotiation with Iran regarding its nuclear capabilities.
  • Dr. Bonicelli also appeared on The Blaze TV's Real News program (airing on numerous cable/satellite networks and online) to talk about the bombing of the Iranian embassy in Beirut and its connection to Syria.
  • Bradley Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, had an op-ed published on The Daily Caller website (more than 8 million unique visitors monthly), discussing the Senate vote regarding the use of filibuster.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Steve Malzberg Show on Newsmax TV/Radio to talk about the possible poisoning of the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. He addressed the same topic on The Andy Caldwell Show (San Bernardino, Calif.).
  • Dr. Bonicelli discussed the Senate vote regarding the use of filibuster on The Georgene Rice Show (Portland, Ore.).
  • Dr. Bonicelli also appeared on CBN News to talk about the Virginia governor's race. Another portion of his interview, regarding the future of the Republican Party in light of the November elections, aired on CBN News.
  • Dr. Bonicelli published a post on Foreign Policy's blog, Shadow Government, dealing with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's desire to make Japan the major power in East Asia.
  • Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and director of MOOC strategy & initiatives, appeared on CBN NewsWatch to talk about the launch of LUXVERA. An article about LUXVERA also appeared in this edition of The Virginian-Pilot.
  • Jeffrey Brauch, dean of the School of Law, was quoted in this Virginian-Pilot article discussing the legal definition of "reasonableness," in regard to an ongoing discussion over new tolls in southeastern Virginia.
  • Bradley Jacob, associate professor in the School of Law, did several interviews about constitutional issues regarding President Obama's delays in implementing portions of the Affordable Care Act. Jacob was a guest on The Wall Street Journal This Morning (250 stations) and USA Radio Network, and also on The Andy Caldwell Show (San Bernardino, Calif.).
  • Dr. Greg Stone, professor in the School of Business & Leadership, was quoted on the topic of entrepreneurship in this article in The Virginian-Pilot. An online sidebar article that accompanied the entrepreneurship story profiled alumnus Jim Jamison '13 (SBL) regarding his plans to start an RV operator business.
  • Dr. James Slack, professor in the Robertson School of Government, had his monthly column in Inside Business published on the topic of using consultants.

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October 2013

  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, published a post on Foreign Policy's Shadow Government blog, reviewing the book, Smart Power, by former State Department official Christian Whiton.
  • The 11th Annual Clash of the Titans was covered by The Virginian-Pilotand was also featured on CBN News and The 700 Club.
  • Distinguished Professor John Ashcroft was a guest on The 700 Club to talk about his participation in the Hymn Sing and Hymn Story events produced by Regent's International Center for Worship.
  • Dr. James Flynn, associate professor in the School of Divinity, was interviewed for an article about Regent's military chaplaincy training program in the November-December issue of Church Executive magazine.
  • The Virginia Council for Exceptional Children conference hosted by Regent with keynote speaker Henry Winkler was highlighted in this photo collection by The Virginian-Pilot.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, made two recent appearances on the Real News program on Glenn Beck's website, The Blaze (with a reported 9 million visitors monthly). He discussed a chemical watchdog group that received the Nobel Peace Prize, and he talked about the capture and interrogation of al-Qaeda terror suspect Abu Anas Al-Libi.
  • 10 Regent Law alumni serving as staff attorneys for the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) were admitted to the Supreme Court bar, as noted in a Politico.com report. Read more in this Regent News story.
  • Dr. James Slack, professor in the Robertson School of Government, had his monthly Inside Business column discussing a recent poor customer service experience.
  • David Boisselle, director of Military & Veterans Affairs, also had a recent column in Inside Business, reviewing the benefits of a decentralized leadership structure in organizations.
  • Regent students and staff partnered with Fear 2 Freedom for a service project that was featured in this report on WVEC-TV (Norfolk ABC affiliate). WTKR-TV (CBS affiliate, Norfolk) also covered the event (link not available).
  • Two Regent alumni were honored this week for their selection to Inside Business' annual "Top 40 Under 40" distinction: Shannon Kendrick '12 (SBL) and Tamikia Vasquez '03 (RSG).
  • Film student Blake Cortright (CAS) was featured in this recent Times Union (Albany, NY) article about a documentary he's producing that features hikers who climb all 46 of the Adirondacks High Peaks.
  • Regent's C.S. Lewis course in Oxford was mentioned in this News-Leader (Springfield, Mo) article about a group of Evangel University students who visited Oxford at the same time and interacted with Regent students.

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September 2013

  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on The Dennis Miller Show to discuss Russia's role in the handling of the situation in Syria. The program is syndicated nationally on 300 stations in 24 top markets.
  • Dr. Bonicelli has been interviewed on several other radio programs regarding Syria and also the terrorist attack in Nairobi, Kenya. He was a guest on What's UP with Terry Lowry (Dallas-Houston) and The Capitol Hill Show with Tim Constantine (St. Augustine, Fla.), he was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (San Bernardino, Calif.)
  • Dr. Bonicelli contributed a post to Foreign Policy's Shadow Government blog, analyzing how President Obama's handling of the Middle East could affect the U.S. relationship with China.
  • Dr. Amos Yong, dean of the School of Divinity, wrote this post for Reverberations, a blog from the Social Science Research Council, titled "Prayer, Pentecostalism, and the Political: Renewing the Public Square?"
  • Dr. Ionut Popescu, assistant professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on Konflikt, the leading foreign affairs program on Swedish public radio to discuss the international wrangling over Syria and the role of the United States.
  • Regent's Center for Entrepreneurship was featured in this in New Times Rwanda article, discussing the center's successful entrepreneurial training program in Rwanda. The story was also published on the AllAfrica news website.
  • Bishop T.D. Jakes' recent visit to Regent and his presentation at the Executive Leadership Series was covered by The Virginian-Pilot. WTKR-TV (CBS affiliate) also covered the event (link not available).
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on the "Real News" program on Glenn Beck's website, The Blaze (with a reported 9 million visitors monthly) and American Family News radio regarding the current situation in Syria and actions by Russian President Putin.
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of Robertson School of Government, wrote an article titled "Should You Go to Graduate School?" which was published on America's Future Foundation website. The article explores the benefits of graduate or professional education.
  • School of Law Professor Kathleen McKee was interviewed on HearSay with Cathy Lewis (WHRO, Norfolk). McKee discussed current issues regarding human trafficking and slavery in the United States and the rest of the world.
  • Dr. Cornelius Bekker, professor in the College of Arts & Sciences, appeared on CBN's NewsWatch. Bekker discussed if the crisis in Syria could be related to Scripture's prophesies of the end times.
  • Dr. James Slack, professor in the Robertson School of Government, published his monthly column for Inside Business. The article delves into reasons why citizens should not expect their government to be a contractual entity, operating like a business, but one that is constitutional.
  • Alumna Dr. Toni Pauls '05 (SBL) was announced as vice president of Bethel College in Inside Indiana Business. Pauls will serve in leadership over the Christian college's adult and graduate studies.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was interviewed on The Phil Valentine Show (Nashville, Tenn.) and Red Eye Radio (syndicated on 180 stations). Dr. Bonicelli discussed President Barack Obama's leadership regarding the evolving situation in Syria
  • Dr. Bonicelli was also interviewed for CBN's NewsWatch to discuss the G-20 Summit in Saint Petersburg, Russia, and the possible impact of global economic issues with regards to the situation in Syria.
  • School of Law Professor Bradley Jacob appeared on CBN's NewsWatch. Jacob discussed the Constitutional issues regarding the possible U.S. military involvement in Syria.
  • Alumni Dean Broyles '95 (LAW) was interviewed for the September edition of California Lawyer regarding his passion for protecting religious freedom, as well as the protecting Christians from persecution.

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August 2013

  • President Carlos Campo's letter to the editor regarding President Obama's plan for higher education was published in this edition of The Virginian-Pilot.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on America's Radio News (nationally syndicated), What's UP with Terry Lowry (Dallas-Houston) and The Andy Caldwell Show (San Bernardino, Calif.) to talk about the situation in Syria.
  • Dr. Vinson Synan, dean emeritus of the School of Divinity, was a guest on HuffPost Live to talk about faith healing and Pentecostal ministers who counsel people to forego medical treatment.
  • Alumna Karen Turner Ward '94 (COM) was profiled in this Daily Press article, discussing her work as chair of the Fine and Performing Arts department at Hampton University in Hampton, Va.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on DayBreak USA radio (nationally syndicated) to talk about former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak who was released from prison this week.
  • Dr. Bonicelli contributed a post to Foreign Policy's Shadow Government blog discussing who's to blame for the current chaotic situation in Egypt.
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, had an op-ed published on The Daily Caller website (more than 8 million unique visitors monthly) regarding President Obama's failed policies in Egypt.
  • Regent Law's Center for Ethical Formation was featured in preLaw magazine, for prelaw students, as one of the 25 most innovative initiatives launched by law schools this year. In this back-to-school issue, Regent was also featured in a story about law schools in the Mid-Atlantic region.
  • Dr. Jeffry Morrison, associate professor in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on The Don Kroah Show on WAVA radio in Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. The program was guest-hosted by Tim Goeglein from Focus on the Family, and they talked about religion and America's founding.
  • Dr. Jim Slack, professor in the Robertson School of Government, had a column about tattoos in the workplace published in this edition of Inside Business.
  • Alumnus M. Jos Capkovic '11 (Law) authored an article about privacy and big data that is headlining the autumn issue of the American Bar Association's quarterly INFORMATION SECURITY & PRIVACY NEWS.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on DayBreak USA radio (nationally syndicated) to talk about several news items, including President Obama's cancellation of a Moscow summit with Russian President Putin, India's launching of a new aircraft carrier and ongoing developments in Egypt.
  • Dr. Kathleen Patterson, professor in the School of Business & Leadership, was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (San Bernardino, Calif.) on to talk about leadership issues surrounding the AOL CEO who fired one of his employees during a conference call with 1,000 employees.
  • Regent was named one of the nation's 25 most beautiful Christian college campuses by the Christian Universities Online blog.
  • Law student Ashleigh Davenport was featured in this OurColoradoNews.com article regarding her summer internship at the Congressional Coalition on Adoption in Washington, D.C.
  • School of Business & Leadership student Sara Jane Arnett wrote this column for The Flagship military newspaper about meeting Regent Founder and Chancellor, Dr. M.G. "Pat" Robertson.
  • Alumnus Andrew Richmond '07 (Law) of Poole Mahoney PC has been promoted to shareholder with the law firm, according to this report in this edition of Inside Business.
  • Alumna Nicole Belote '04 (Law) has entered private practice after eight years with the City of Suffolk (Va.) Commonwealth's Attorney office, according to this article in the Suffolk News-Herald.
  • President Carlos Campo was included in this edition of Inside Business regarding his recent award from the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity for his service to youth in the south Hampton Roads region.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on CBN's NewsWatch to discuss privacy concerns regarding the NSA's domestic spying programs. His comments regarding House Republican efforts to block implementation of the Affordable Care Act were included this Patriot News Organization article.
  • Dr. Bonicelli was also a guest on DayBreak USA radio to talk about Secretary of State John Kerry's appointment of an envoy in the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. He also discussed the European Court of Human Rights' consideration of a case against Poland over allegations it allowed the CIA to run a secret jail on its soil.
  • Regent's Center for Entrepreneurship was featured in this CBN 700 Club report for the Center's work in Rwanda, helping people develop successful businesses that are contributing to the rebuilding of the nation's economy. The CBN report was also posted on Black Christian News.

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July 2013

  • Alumnus Ryan Wenner '10 (CAS) has been named head football coach at Mathews High School according to this Gloucester-Mathews Gazette Journal (Va.) article.
  • President Carlos Campo joined with other evangelical leaders at an immigration reform prayer event and meeting with Congressional representatives in Washington, D.C., this week that resulted in significant media coverage, including an interview with The Huffington Post and reports on CBN News, WORLD Magazine, The Christian Post, The Houston Chronicle, and other news outlets. President Campo also published an op-ed in the The Virginian-Pilot.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, addressed two international issues in his most recent contributions to Foreign Policy's Shadow Government blog, the Obama administration's dealings with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, and lessons the U.S. can learn from the situation in Mali.
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, did two more interviews on Rolling Stone magazine's cover photo of the Boston Marathon bombing suspect: The Andy Caldwell Show (San Bernardino, Calif.), and The Paul Cook Show (KMOX, St. Louis).
  • Regent's collaboration with the T.D. Jakes School of Leadership was covered in this Christian Post article.
  • Dr. Vinson Synan, dean emeritus of the School of Divinity, has been appointed to the Oral Roberts University Board of Trustees, as reported on ORU's website.
  • Alumnus Dr. Steven W. Smith '03 (COM) has been elected to serve as vice president for student services and communications at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, according to this online report at The Biblical Recorder.
  • President Carlos Campo was listed in a Metrolatinousa.com announcement regarding an event in Washington, D.C., next week where evangelical leaders will pray and meet with Congressional offices to urge action on immigration reform.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on DayBreak USA radio (nationally syndicated) to discuss developments in Egypt.
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, did several radio interviews this week, discussing the ethics of Rolling Stone magazine featuring a flattering cover photograph of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. He was a guest on KMOX (St. Louis), What's UP with Terry Lowry (Houston and Dallas) and Maryland's News Now on WBAL (Baltimore). He interviewed with WRDC (Hartford, CT) and America's Radio News (syndicated on 340 stations).
  • Dr. Kathleen Patterson, professor in the School of Business & Leadership, published an op-ed in this edition of the Christian Post, reflecting on the George Zimmerman trial verdict and what it says about race in America.
  • An announcement about the new T.D. Jakes School of Leadership, offering certificate programs in partnership with Regent's Division of Professional & Continuing Education, was published in this edition of Black Christian News.
  • Regent's Journal of Law and Public Policy was mentioned in this column by syndicated radio host Hugh Hewitt on Townhall.com.
  • David M. Edwards, creative director of Regent's International Center for Worship, was a guest on The Harvest Show, an internationally syndicated live television program reaching more than 100 million homes in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
  • David Boisselle, director of military and veterans affairs, had a column published in this edition of Inside Business regarding values leadership.
  • Kathy Galford, Virginia's Teacher of the Year who plans to pursue a doctorate degree at Regent's School of Education, was featured in this article in The Virginian-Pilot.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, discussed Egypt's chaotic transition to democracy in his post on Foreign Policy's Shadow Government blog.
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, authored this op-ed for the On Faith "Guest Voices" column in The Washington Post, arguing that the American Revolution was a "just war."
  • Tidewater Stage, Regent's new professional theatre company, was featured in this Virginian-Pilot article about opening night for the inaugural production of "Forever Plaid."
  • Alumna Nicole Foltz '08 (LAW) was named by National Journal as one of the 25 Most Influential Washington Women Under 35. She serves as counsel for the House Budget Committee.
  • Alumna Heidi Isenhart '95 (LAW) recently earned two honors: she was named one of Florida Trend magazine's "Legal Elite" and named a 2013 Florida Super Lawyer. The news was reported on her firm's website.
  • Alumna Dr. Nancy Whitfield '13 (SBL) was profiled in this edition of The Shopper (southeastern Virginia) regarding her new business, The Leader's Lightship.
  • President Carlos Campo was interviewed by U.S. News & World Report for two recent articles on online education-a Friday, June 28, article offering advice on handling problems in online courses and this Tuesday, July 2, article providing suggestions for building relationships with online faculty.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, has been a guest on DayBreak USA radio (nationally syndicated) several times in the past two weeks, discussing news headlines including NSA leaker Eric Snowden, former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, Russia's military in Syria, immigration reform and escalating civil unrest in Egypt. These interviews occurred on June 25 and 28, and July 1 and 2. He was also a guest on America's Radio News (syndicated on 340 stations) on Tuesday, July 2, to talk about the situation in Egypt. He discussed the Snowden case on Monday, June 24, for the What's UP with Terry Lowry (Houston, Texas) radio program and also on Tuesday, June 25, for CBN.
  • Dr. Bonicelli appeared on TheBlaze TV's Wilkow! program on Monday, June 24, to provide analysis of the immigration reform bill under consideration by the U.S. Senate. He also talked about the bill on The Andy Caldwell Show (San Bernardino, Calif.)
  • Dr. Bonicelli's most recent Shadow Government blog post from Monday, July 1, provided a review of President Obama's recent trip to Africa. Some of Dr. Bonicelli's observations were picked up by The Washington Post's Right Turn blog.

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June 2013

  • Dr. Mark Yarhouse, professor in the School of Psychology & Counseling, was a guest on CBN's NewsWatch to talk about the recent announcement that Exodus International is closing.
  • Dr. James Slack, professor in the Robertson School of Government, discussed employee discipline in his monthly column published in this edition of Inside Business.
  • Judge Jennifer Dorow '95 (Law) was recently honored as one of the 2013 Women in the Law by the Wisconsin Law Journal.
  • Col. J. Alan Marshall '12 (SBL) is the new Air Combat Command Director of Safety at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton, Va., according to this Sunday, June 30, report in the Cleveland Daily Banner, his hometown newspaper.
  • Derek Martin '09 (COM) was profiled in this Thursday, June 27, Wicked Local (Mass.) feature article about his theatre company's summer productions. Professor Scott Hayes, chairman of the Department of Theatre Arts in the School of Communication & the Arts, is also mentioned in the article.
  • President Carlos Campo was among a coalition of national Christian leaders who signed a statement that the Supreme Court does not have authority to redefine marriage, as discussed in this World Net Daily report.
  • President Campo participated in a national prayer breakfast hosted by Esperanza which was reported in a number of media outlets, including this advisory on CNBC.com. He was also interviewed by Marcos Witt of Lakewood Church for a television special that will air in July on a number of U.S. and Latin American cable outlets.
  • President Campo also moderated a panel at the Faith & Freedom Coalition "Road to Majority 2013" Conference last week, as reported in this Christian Post article.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, provided analysis on Daybreak USA radio (nationally syndicated). He discussed Iran's new president and the G8 summit in Ireland. In another interview, he offered additional observations about the Iranian president, who takes office later this summer.
  • Dr. Mary Manjikian, assistant professor in the Robertson School of Government, had this op-ed about MOOCs published in this edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education.
  • Dr. Greg Stone, professor in the School of Business & Leadership (SBL), authored this article about Dr. Bruce Winston, which appeared in this edition of Inside Business. Dr. Winston is transitioning out of his role as SBL dean to focus on teaching and writing.
  • Regent's collaboration with The Potter's House and TDJ Enterprises was featured in this report on Beliefnet.com.
  • Regent's online bachelor's degree programs top 10 ranking by U.S. News & World Report was highlighted in this article in The New York Daily News.
  • Alumnus Ron J. Clark '93 (RSG) had this featured Father's Day article published on the Jet Magazine website, a leading publication for the African-American community.
  • President Carlos Campo authored this article in the June issue of The Citizen of Chesapeake, celebrating fatherhood and discussing how the portrayal of fatherhood has changed over time.
  • Executive Vice President Paul Bonicelli was a guest on TheBaze TV's Real News program to talk about scandals in the U.S. State Department and the impact on the nation's diplomatic corps.
  • Dr. Bonicelli was a guest on Daybreak USA radio (nationally syndicated) to talk about several topics including the protests in Turkey. His most recent post on the Shadow Government blog discussed the protests and the response of Prime Minister Erdogan. Dr. Bonicelli appeared on CBN's NewsWatch to talk about the NSA surveillance program.
  • News of Regent's collaboration with The Potter's House and T.D. Jakes Enterprises was reported in about three dozen news media outlets this week, including The Washington Post, The Christian Post, Charisma News and Black Christian News.
  • Alumnus David Mooring '05 (School of Business & Leadership) has been named as the new director of digital marketing of Hummingbird Creative Group (Cary, N.C.) in this Press-News release.
  • School of Psychology & Counseling Ph.D. students Michael Jones and Rebecca Vazquez were named in this PRWeb release as two of 24 doctoral-level counseling students to receive $20,000 scholarships from the National Board for Certified Counselors Foundation Minority Fellowship Program.
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (San Bernardino, Calif.) to discuss a Ph.D. dissertation accepted by Harvard in 2009 titled "IQ and Immigration Policy."
  • President Campo was also mentioned in the Spring 2013 issue of the Indiana Wesleyan University's Triangle magazine regarding his speaking engagement at the university's chapel service honoring IWU's retiring president, Dr. Henry Smith.
  • President Campo recently received an award for his support of minority students from the Norfolk-Virginia Beach chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity at its recent Rites of Passage dinner, as reported in this edition of The New Journal & Guide.
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, had an op-ed published on Glenn Beck's The Blaze website (9 million visitors monthly). His article discussed how President Obama might salvage his second term in office.
  • Alumnus Curtis Stutzman '97 (SBL) has been named president and CEO of Messiah Lifeways in Mechanicsburg, Pa., according to this edition of the Central Penn Business Journal.
  • Alumna Katy Elmore Capel '10 (EDU) has been appointed as an assistant principal at Baker-Butler Elementary School in Albemarle County, Va., according to this article in The Daily Progress (Charlottesville, Va.).

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May 2013

  • President Carlos Campo was interviewed for CBN News regarding the trends and dilemmas universities are currently facing in the educational marketplace. The news segment also featured Regent University student Leila Mills '14 (College of Arts & Sciences), who shared her perspective as a working college student.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was interviewed by America's Radio News (syndicated on 340 stations) and WDUN (northern Georgia) regarding Senator John McCain's recent trip meeting rebel leaders in Syria.
  • Dr. Bonicelli was also interviewed by DayBreak USA (nationally syndicated) regarding the recent suicide bombing at the gate of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Afghanistan, the current tax evasion dispute between the United States and Switzerland and Lebanon's parliament speaker's movement to extend the term of his legislature.
  • Dr. Bonicelli's latest blog post for Shadow Government was featured. The post explores arguments regarding President Obama's lack of foreign policy.
  • Dr. Bruce Winston, dean of the School of Business & Leadership, was featured in this Inside Business article. The article highlights Winston's successes and demonstration of "servant leadership" throughout his seven years of serving as dean, and his current transition into his role as a professor.
  • Dr. Kathleen Patterson, associate professor in the School of Business & Leadership, wrote this editorial for Christian Post titled, "Do Women Lose Focus When They Have a Baby?" The article featured a rebuttal to Paul Tudor Jones' recent public remarks regarding women in the trading and investment fields after they become mothers.
  • Ginger Zillges, assistant vice president of online learning and instructional technology, was featured in this BizWire Express article and Press Release Point announcing her as a recipient of Pearson's Cite 2013 Excellence in Online Teaching Administrator award.
  • Regent University's Commencement was featured on Glenn Beck's website, The Blaze (with a reported 9 million visitors monthly). The article featured Ryan T. Anderson's speech as one of the "Top Five Conservative Commencement Speeches of 2013." The article was also featured on Acton Institute Power Blog, which pulled quotes from each of the five speeches listed.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was interviewed for the Daybreak USA radio program (nationally syndicated). Dr. Bonicelli discussed the border negotiations between India and China, as well as the visit of the first Myanmar president to the White House in almost 47 years.
  • Dr. Bonicelli's latest blog post for Shadow Government was featured. In the post, he discusses the implications of Nawaz Sharif's Pakistan Muslim League victory during elections earlier this month.
  • Dr. Amos Yong, dean of the School of Divinity, was featured in this Christian Post article. The article explores the issues of "racialization" within the church. The article was also featured in Black Christian News.
  • Dr. James Duane, professor in Regent School of Law, was interviewed on MSNBC regarding whether or not IRS official Lois Learner should be permitted to plead the Fifth Amendment in the congressional investigation. Duane's comments regarding the Fifth Amendment were also included in this online edition of New York Magazine, and articles in The Week, Politico and Yahoo! News.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in Robertson School of Government, discussed President Barack Obama's leadership in a report that aired on CBN's 700 Club. Dr. Dunn was also a guest on CBN's NewsWatch to talk about the IRS scandal. He was a guest on HearSay with Cathy Lewis (WHRV Norfolk) to talk about how U.S. presidents have handled scandals over the years.
  • Dr. Dunn was also interviewed recently for two OneNewsNow articles: this article explores the key factors contributing to Mark Sanford's congressional victory in South Carolina, and this article examines the Republican party's chances to gain control of the Senate in 2014.
  • Dr. James Slack, professor in Robertson School of Government, contributed his monthly column for this edition of Inside Business, which offers cautionary suggestions for composing and responding to workplace email messages.
  • President Carlos Campo was featured in this Inside Business Power List. The annual list highlights 75 stand-out businesspeople in the Hampton Roads area. President Campo was recognized for the growth of the university that has developed throughout the year.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was interviewed by Andrew Wilkow on the BlazeTV Wilkow! program. Bonicelli was interviewed regarding the current political conditions surrounding the scandal in Benghazi.
  • Bonicelli was also interviewed for DaybreakUSA (nationally syndicated) radio program. Bonicelli discussed Nawaz Sharif, the former prime minister of Pakistan (no link available).
  • Dr. Amos Yong, dean of the School of Divinity, wrote this recent article for the Respectful Conversation blog. Yong will serve as a regular content provider for the site, exploring the future of evangelicalism.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in Robertson School of Government, wrote an Oped for the Virginian-Pilot, "Responding to Scandals." The article analyzes moral leadership, and how President Barak Obama should respond to the recent Benghazi and IRS scandals.
  • President Carlos Campo was quoted in LaVoz Hispana and about three dozen other online news sites regarding the recent convention of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference that drew record attendance. President Campo is an NHCLC board member.
  • Executive Vice President Paul Bonicelli was interviewed by the BBC about Bolivia's expulsion of USAID from that nation. Dr. Bonicelli also provided analysis for several major news outlets about Israel's strikes on Syria. Interviews included Daybreak USA, and America's Radio News (syndicated on 340 stations) and Red Eye Radio (syndicated on 180 stations).
  • Regent's online bachelor's degree programs were ranked 4th in the nation for military veterans, U.S. News & World Report.
  • Graduates from Regent's online programs were highlighted in this Virginian-Pilot article, which was featured on the newspaper's front page. The online edition of the newspaper also included several photographs from Regent's Commencement ceremony.
  • Commencement was also featured in this Heritage Foundation blog post, discussing the comments of Ryan T. Anderson from Heritage, who was Regent's Commencement speaker.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor of government, provided analysis of President Obama's leadership in this report from CBN News.
  • Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell '89 (Law and Government) was the speaker at Regent's Executive Leadership Series luncheon, and his presentation was covered by Inside Business.
  • The 2013 Hampton Roads Heroes at Home Military Spouse of the Year award recipient received a Presidential Scholarship from Regent, as noted in this report from WAVY-TV (Norfolk). This is the fifth year that Regent has presented a scholarship to the winning spouse.
  • Newly tenured faculty members from Regent were listed in this report from Inside Higher Education.

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April 2013

  • Dr. Bonicelli was quoted in the Dallas Morning News about his observations on the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library that day. Dr. Bonicelli attended the ceremony as an alumnus of the Bush administration. All five living U.S. presidents as well as dignitaries from around the world were among the attendees
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, continues to
    serve as the commander and principal conductor of the 531st Air Force Band (Texas Air National Guard). He led the band in its performance for the opening of the Bush Presidential Library in Dallas. The band is shown in this segment from WFAA-TV in Dallas.
  • Dr. Bill Brown, professor and research fellow in the School of Communication & the Arts, was quoted in this WORLD Magazine article regarding the proliferation of self-portraits on social media channels.
  • Regent's Take 2 Through College program was featured in this Black Christian News posting.
  • President Carlos Campo was interviewed for this Virginian-Pilot article featuring "Take 2 Through College," a program in which Regent partners with churches and other organizations to increase college-going and graduation rates for students.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was featured on the nationally-syndicated American Radio News program (over 340 stations). Bonicelli was interviewed about the new Venezuelan president, Nicola Maduro (no link available).
  • Dr. Bonicelli was mentioned in this article from the Dallas Morning News recapping live coverage of the opening ceremony for the George W. Bush Presidential Center at Southern Methodist University.
  • Dr. James Slack, Robertson School of Government professor, wrote this Inside Business column. The article addresses the issue of sexual harassment in professional environments and the new challenges brought on by the surge of nontraditional workplaces.
  • Regent University's annual Student Film Festival was featured in this Virginian-Pilot article. The article delves into the plots and cinematography of the films, claiming it as "obvious local proof that Hollywood is not the only place to make movies."
  • President Carlos Campo was featured in this Christianity Today article. Campo was cited for his work as the chair of the Alliance for Hispanic Christian Education, a directive of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, appeared as a guest on the "Real News" program on Glenn Beck's website, The Blaze (with a reported 9 million visitors monthly). Dr. Bonicelli discussed Sen. Marco Rubio and immigration reform efforts in Congress (no link available).
  • Dr. Bonicelli was also interviewed on the nationally syndicated DayBreak USA radio program (no link available). Bonicelli discussed the bombings at the Boston Marathon.
  • Regent University's "Take 2 Through College" program was featured in this CBN News story. With this new program, the university is partnering with churches including The Potter's House in Dallas, and other groups to sponsor and mentor African-American, Latino and other students seeking a degree in higher education.
  • Regent's online academic programs were highlighted in this Christian Post column by guest writer Bishop Harry R. Jackson Jr., chairman of the High Impact Leadership Coalition and senior pastor of Hope Christian Church in the greater Washington, D.C. area.
  • Regent's 2013 Commencement speaker, Ryan T. Anderson, writer and researcher at the Heritage Foundation, was announced in this Inside Higher Ed post.
  • David Boisselle, director of Military & Veteran Affairs, was featured in this Inside Business article. Boisselle was interviewed for his participation in the upcoming Cultural Alliance of Hampton Roads conference.
  • Alumnus Dr. Steven Kiruswa, '04 (COM) wrote this editorial for The Citizen (Tanzania). The article explores the socio-cultural impacts of modern information communication technologies.
  • President Carlos Campo's most recent blog was published on The Huffington Post, "That Sound You Hear is the Online Education Pendulum Swinging Back to Quality." The post includes information about challenges faced by nationally-known providers of online educators, and the steps that some universities are taking to ensure quality in online academic programs.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was interviewed for this CBN News story regarding the recent passing of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor of government, was featured in this CBN News interview regarding the alliance between Prime Minister Thatcher, and President Ronald Reagan. Dr. Dunn also wrote an op-ed for The Virginian Pilot about this topic. (link not available).
  • Dr. Dunn was also was featured in several radio interviews regarding the legacy of Prime Minister Thatcher, including KGO Radio (San Francisco), The Drew Mariani, Show (nationally syndicated), and The Steve Cochran Show (WIND, Chicago). Dr. Dunn was a guest on The Curtis Sliwa Show (AM970, New York City), The Bob Dutko Show (WMUZ, national), The Andy Caldwell Show (San Bernardino, Calif.), and The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ, Ore.). He was also interviewed for Talk of the Town with Larry Rifkin (WATR, Connecticut).
  • Dr. Dunn was interviewed in this Christian Science Monitor article regarding the recent immigration reform initiative in Silicon Valley started by Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg.
  • Bradley Jacob, associate law professor, was quoted in this WORLD Magazine article regarding constitutionality of crime prevention via public posts on social media sites.
  • Dr. Merv Wighting, education professor, wrote an article featuring Regent's Promise Partners program in this edition of Virginia Teacher.
  • Dr. James Slack, government professor, wrote this Inside Business column regarding performance appraisals in the workplace.
  • Dr. Slack was also featured in this WERC (Birmingham, Alabama) radio interview regarding state-assisted suicide (link not available).
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was interviewed for the "Real News" program on Glenn Beck's website, The Blaze (with a reported 9 million visitors monthly). Dr. Bonicelli discussed Iran's nuclear plan (no link available).
  • Dr. Bonicelli was also featured in six radio interviews this week, including Terry Lowry's What's Up (Houston and Dallas); Daybreak USA (nationally syndicated), The Paul Smith Radio Show (WJR Detroit), America's Radio News (syndicated, with over 340 national affiliates); The Janet Mefferd Radio Show (KWRD Dallas), and The Andy Caldwell Show (San Bernardino, California). In each interview, Bonicelli discussed the current situation in North Korea.
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, had an op-ed published on Glenn Beck's The Blaze website (with a reported 9 million visitors monthly). His article was a part of a series featuring commentaries on the 10-year anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq War.
  • Dr. William Hathaway, dean of the School of Psychology & Counseling, did an interview with CBN News, to discuss the positive and negative psychological effects that practicing religion may have in children.
  • Bradley Jacob, associate law professor, was quoted in this Virginian-Pilot op-ed. The article discusses the First Amendment and Constitutional rights.
  • Government professor Dr. James Slack and Dr. Greg Stone, School of Business and Leadership professor, were quoted in this Inside Business feature regarding the benefits of hiring local talent.
  • Dr. Dale Coulter, School of Divinity associate professor, was featured in this WAVY-TV (Norfolk, Va.) news segment. Coulter was the speaker at the 86th annual Easter sunrise service held on Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story at the historic Cape Henry Memorial Cross.
  • Regent's February 2013 Reagan Symposium, "Religion and Presidential Rhetoric," has been featured on CSPAN.
  • Regent School of Business & Leadership student Andrea Reyes Ramirez was quoted in this Christianity Today article, regarding her Regent education. The article features the growing trend of Hispanic Americans' enrollment in universities across the nation.

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March 2013

  • Regent's Chapel and Divinity Building grand opening celebration received extensive coverage on The 700 Club. Stories included a Facebook style "timeline" of the university's history, notable graduates and spiritual vitality on campus. President Carlos Campo; Dr. Amos Yong, dean of the School of Divinity; Dr. Richard Kidd, director of Campus Ministries; and Dr. Clifton Clarke, associate professor in the School of Divinity, were among those interviewed in the various segments.
  • President Campo was interviewed by WAVY-TV 10 regarding the launch of Regent's five-year partnership with the Coleman Place neighborhood in Norfolk, Va. (Link not available)
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest in this Red State podcast series "Coffee and Markets" to discuss the uprisings in Egypt, the fight for democracy and turmoil in the Middle East.
  • Dr. Bonicelli's latest article for the Shadow Government blog features his perspective on the early successes of the administration of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.
  • Dr. William Hathaway, dean of the School of Psychology & Counseling, was interviewed for this TIME.com article (website receives, on average, 8.8 million unique viewers, and 75 million page views per month). The article examines the impacts of children practicing religion, as well as the question of whether children can be "too religious."
  • Dr. Corné Bekker, chairman of the Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry department in the College of Arts & Sciences, was featured in this CBN News interview. Dr. Bekker addressed the American Bible Society's annual State of the Bible report regarding the Bible's declining influence in America.
  • Regent's Executive Leadership Series was featured in this Inside Business article, which documented the Mayor's Forum.
  • Regent's significant role in the Virginia Beach Centerville Strategic Growth Area master plan, which was unanimously adopted by Virginia Beach City Council this week, was highlighted in this Inside Business article.
  • Alumna Morgan McCoy '10 (Communication & the Arts) was featured in this Petersburg, Va., Progress Index article. The article reviewed McCoy's performance of her hour-long monologue, "The Evolution of a Black Girl" at Virginia State University.
  • Regent students participating in the Christ for India team were featured in this CBN News story on Tuesday, March 26. Students promised to build a home for a group of orphaned boys in Silvassa, India, as part of their summer mission trip.
  • President Carlos Campo was interviewed on WAVY 10 (Norfolk, Va.), about the opening of The Living Word exhibit on campus, showcasing select Biblical artifacts from the Green Collection. The collection was also featured on WTKR (link not available). CBN News ran this article about the exhibit.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on America's Radio News (nationally syndicated) to discuss Rep. Barbara Lee's proposed federal Department of Peacebuilding. He later returned to the show to talk about recent events in North Korea.
  • Dr. Bonicelli was interviewed by CBN News about the situation in Iraq on the tenth anniversary of beginning of the Iraq War. He was a guest on Daybreak USA (nationally syndicated) discussing Syria's possession of chemical weapons and the plausibility of attack.
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was a guest on The Michael Hart Show (630 AM St. Louis, WYDE Birmingham, KLZ Denver) to discuss ratings of the new History Channel miniseries, The Bible. On the same subject, he was also featured in this article for Charisma News.
  • Dr. Mary Manjikian, assistant professor in the Robertson School of Government, had this op-ed published in The Washington Times discussing Cyprus' precedent-setting bank tax.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, was featured in this OneNewsNow.com Instant Analysis article discussing the retirement of Senator Carl Levin. He was also featured in this OneNewsNow.com article discussing possible Republican contenders for the 2016 presidential campaign.
  • Dr. Corné Bekker, chairman of the Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry department in the College of Arts & Sciences, was a guest on America's Radio News (nationally syndicated) to discuss the election of Pope Francis. He was also featured in this story on CBN Christian World News discussing Pope Francis' status as the first pope from Latin America.
  • Dr. Vinson Synan, dean emeritus of the School of Divinity, was featured in this CBN News article regarding the new pope's approach to charismatic Christians.
  • Regent University's Executive Leadership Series was featured in this article in The Virginian Pilot and in this WAVY 10 (Norfolk, Va.) story recapping the Mayors Forum, which addressed sequestration, education and transportation issues facing Hampton Roads. The Virginian-Pilot live-streamed the forum on its website. WVEC (Norfolk, Va.) also covered the forum (link not available).
  • Dr. Corné Bekker, chairman of the Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry department in the College of Arts & Sciences, did several interviews this week regarding the election of Pope Francis. Dr. Bekker was featured on America's Radio News Network (nationally syndicated) and Talk Radio Network (nationally syndicated). He also interviewed with Daybreak USA (nationally syndicated), The Steve Malzberg Show (NEWSMAX radio on Sirius XM), The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL, Central California), and The Jack Riccardi Show (KTSA, San Antonio)
  • Dr. Bekker also made an appearance on CBN's NewsWatch regarding the announcement of the Vatican's 266th pope.
  • Speakers from Regent Law's Endangered Gender symposium in February were interviewed during their campus visit for this recent CBN News story about several states' efforts to ban sex-selective abortions.
  • Alumnus Derek Martin '09 (COM) was featured in this Roseville & Granite Bay Press Tribune article. Martin serves as the creative director of William Jessup University's new creative arts program which will launch in the fall of 2013.
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest with syndicated radio commentator Hugh Hewitt to discuss a variety of topics including college tuition, immigration and the pending election of a new pope. Hewitt's show is heard on the Salem Radio Network in about 120 markets around the country.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, did eight media interviews talking about several topics in the news. Addressing the death of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez, he was a guest on CBN News (link not available), America's Radio News (nationally syndicated to 340 stations), WCCO Radio Minneapolis, News & Views (nationally syndicated to 127 cities), and The Georgene Rice Show (KPDQ Portland, Ore.). Regarding North Korea's announcement that it would cancel its 1953 cease-fire agreement with South Korea, Dr. Bonicelli provided analysis on Daybreak USA (nationally syndicated).
  • Dr. Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on WDRC (Hartford, Conn.) as part of a Fox News Radio tour, to talk about Vice President Biden's comments on Iran this week. He also discussed a proposal to establish a federal department of peace-building on the What's UP radio program with Terry Lowry (KKHT Houston, KBHD Dallas and syndicated in more than a dozen major markets).
  • Dr. Bonicelli, executive vice president, authored this Shadow Government blog post regarding a new book, Tested by Zion by Elliott Abrams, that discusses the Middle East peace process.
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, had two articles published recently: this article about religious freedom and national security in The Review of Faith & International Affairs journal, and this op-ed in Foreign Policy Journal contrasting new Secretary State John Kerry's approach to that of former Secretary Hillary Clinton.
  • Regent University's Executive Leadership Series with Whole Foods co-founder and CEO John Mackey was the subject of this Inside Business article.
  • Dr. Jennifer Ripley, doctoral psychology program director in the School of Psychology & Counseling, commented in this Christianity Today article regarding the case of a dentist who fired his attractive assistant.

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February 2013

  • President Carlos Campo was interviewed for this Virginian-Pilot article, which discusses Regent's expansion plans as part of the Centerville Strategic Growth Area in Virginia Beach, where the university is situated.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, authored this blog post for Shadow Government, regarding a proposal to establish a federal department of peace-building.
  • David Boisselle, director of military and veterans affairs, was quoted in this Inside Business article regarding the potential effect of sequestration on military tuition benefits.
  • Alumnus Sal Iaquinto '96 (Law) was profiled in this Virginian-Pilot article after announcing that he will not seek re-election as a Virginia delegate to the state House of Representatives. He has represented a district in Virginia Beach since 2006.
  • Alumnus Bill Travis '87 (SBL) was featured in this WBTW (Florence, SC) story regarding his and his wife's new business ventures.
  • School of Communication & the Arts student Andrew Ray was highlighted in this Live Action News article, for a short film he produced, All Things New, which gives hope after abortion.
  • President Carlos Campo switched roles with reporter Joe Flannagan on WVEC (ABC affiliate, Norfolk) in the popular "Joe's Job" series. Several professors and students appeared in the segement, including School of Communication & the Arts faculty Mark Paladini, professional-in-residence, and Dr. Gil Elvgren, as well as Law professor Natt Gantt.
  • Dr. Corné Bekker, chairman of the Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry department in the College of Arts & Sciences, was a guest on CBN's Christian World News to talk about the resignation of Pope Benedict.
  • David Boisselle, director of military and veterans affairs, authored this column in Inside Business on fostering strategic thinking.
  • Alumni Stephen Casey '08 (Law) and Greg Terra '01 (Law) recently appeared on numerous national media outlets, including CNN and Fox, after winning a long-term injunction in a high profile abortion case. Casey and Terra head the Texas Center for Defense of Life, an Austin-based non-profit organization providing legal support to pro-life organizations and individuals.
  • President Carlos Campo was interviewed on HuffPost Live, The Huffington Post's new online news program, to discuss student loan defaults and lower tuition rates. President Campo was also a guest on CBN's NewsWatch to comment on President Obama's plan to expand early childhood education.
  • President Campo was one of several local leaders honored by the Urban League of Hampton Roads, which was reported in this Virginia Beach Beacon article. He also had a Letter to the Editor published in The Virginian-Pilot about liberal arts education in North Carolina's state universities.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, made two appearances on CBN News this week. He discussed North Korea's latest nuclear test on NewsWatch. He also provided analysis of the president's State of the Union address and Senator Marco Rubio's response on CBN's morning news program.
  • Dr. Corné Bekker, chairman of the Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry department in the College of Arts & Sciences, did several interviews this week discussing the resignation of Pope Benedict. Dr. Bekker was a guest on CBN NewsWatch and on Daybreak USA radio (nationally syndicated), The Brad Davis Show (WDRC, Conn.), America's Radio News (nationally syndicated) and The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.). Dr. Bekker's observations also appeared in this Christian Post article.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor of government in the Robertson School of Government, offered analysis of the State of the Union address for several news outlets this week. He previewed the address for The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.). He was a guest on Red Eye Radio (WABC/NYC, KABC/L.A., WRKO/Boston and nationally syndicated on 180 stations with 8 million listeners weekly), Reid Mullins in the Morning (KTOK Oklahoma City) and American Family Radio.
  • Dr. Dunn's analysis of the State of the Union was included in this review article posted to OneNewsNow.com. Dr. Dunn also shared his insights on CBN's NewsWatch.
  • Lynne Marie Kohm, the John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law in the School of Law, was a guest on WYRM 1110 AM (Norfolk, Va.) to talk about Regent's upcoming Endangered Gender Symposium. Rachel Toberty, 3L, joined her for the interview.
  • Dr. James Slack, professor in the Robertson School of Government, authored this article in Inside Business on the importance of apologies in the workplace.
  • The 8th Annual Ronald Reagan Symposium was the subject of this report from CBN News, which aired on The 700 Club.
  • President Carlos Campo taped an interview that aired earlier this week on the What's UP radio program with Terry Lowry (KKHT Houston, KBHD Dallas and syndicated in more than a dozen major markets) to discuss research showing that shows college students spend less time studying than in the past and challenging students to make the best use of their time.
  • Dr. Eric Patterson, dean of the Robertson School of Government, authored an op-ed about Secretary of State John Kerry's record on religious liberty, which appeared in The Washington Times.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor of government, was quoted in an article from Grantland, an online publication of ESPN, that explored the political life of Sen. Charles Goodell, father of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Dr. Dunn served as the elder Goodell's chief of staff.
  • Law Professor Scott Pryor's recent appointment to serve as resident scholar with the American Bankruptcy Institute was highlighted in this article from the DowJones Bankrupty News report.
  • Alumna Kelley Holland (Law) has joined the firm of Williams Mullen, practicing in the Virginia Beach office, according to this Inside Business report.

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January 2013

  • President Carlos Campo contributed this blog entry to The Huffington Post, sharing research that shows college students spend less time studying than in the past and challenging students to make the best use of their time.
  • President Campo's comments on a new proposal for immigration reform were reported in coverage of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference on several dozen online news sites, such as Yahoo! Finance, Ad Hoc News and Hispanic Business.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on Daybreak USA Radio (nationally syndicated) to discuss the case of an American pastor who has been imprisoned in Iran.
  • Julianne Cenac, assistant vice president, was a guest recently on Joy in Our Town, a public affairs program produced by WTCP-TV 21 (TBN) to offer advice for how people seeking employment can make themselves more marketable.
  • Barry Melton '85 (COM) was profiled in this Cleveland Daily Banner article about his work with the Civil Air Patrol.
  • President Carlos Campo was a guest this week with Dr. Lawrence Dotolo, president of the Virginia Tidewater Consortium (VTC), on the VTC Higher Education channel to talk about news from Regent. The program will begin airing on Cox Digital Cable channel 106 in southeastern Virginia.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, did two interviews with Daybreak USA Radio (nationally syndicated) this week. He discussed the situation in Algeria where more than three dozen people died during a terrorist seizure of a natural gas plant, and provided analysis of Sen. John Kerry's hearing for confirmation as Secretary of State.
  • Dr. Bonicelli's latest post on the Shadow Government foreign policy blog discusses President Obama's opportunity to promote democracy around the globe during his second term.
  • Dr. Bill Brown, professor in the School of Communication & the Arts, was among a number of experts invited by Inside Higher Education to grade President Obama's inauguration speech for this article.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor of government in the Robertson School of Government, was a guest on American Family Radio to discuss President Obama's inauguration. Some of his commentary was included in this onenewsnow.com article.
  • Jason Hughey '12 (CAS) had this op-ed on lending practices and federal loan guarantees published in The Washington Times. Hughey is a Koch Associate, working as a policy analyst for Americans for Prosperity.
  • President Carlos Campo had a Letter to the Editor published in The New York Times online edition, in which he provided suggestions for choosing the right college, in response to a recent piece on the subject by Times columnist Frank Bruni.
  • President Campo was quoted in this Virginian-Pilot article that dealt with the move of some universities to offer online courses at no charge through a private provider.
  • Regent's online bachelor's degree programs were ranked 10th in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. News of this ranking was also published this week in several media outlets, including The Huffington Post, The Virginian-Pilot, The Richmond Times-Dispatch, The Daily Progress (Charlottesville, Va.), onlinecolleges.net, TMCnet, CBN News and others.
  • The second annual symposium hosted by Regent's Center for Global Justice was featured in this story from CBN News, which highlighted a keynote presentation by Jim Daly, president of Focus on the Family.
  • Dr. Jim Slack, professor in the Robertson School of Government, published a column on the danger of misusing statistics in this weekly edition of Inside Business.
  • David M. Edwards, creative director of the International Center for Worship, was part of a musical broadcast from Nashville on TBN, hosted by Donnie McClurkin and featuring a number of notable worship artists.
  • Tabitha Ray '12 (Com) received positive reviews in dfw.com and D Magazine for her role in a Fort Worth, Texas, stage production of Gabriel.
  • Sara Jane Arnett, a master's degree student in the School of Business & Leadership, was featured in a Daily Press (Newport News, Va.) article about receiving an invitation to the presidential inauguration as the guest of Virginia Sen. Mark Warner. Arnett is the recipient of a Presidential Scholarship to Regent, which she received when she was honored with the Hampton Roads Heroes at Home military spouse award in 2011.
  • Dr. Paul Bonicelli, executive vice president, was a guest on Daybreak USA Radio (nationally syndicated) and America's Radio News (nationally syndicated) to discuss President Obama's nomination of former Senator Chuck Hagel as secretary of defense.
  • Dr. Mitch Land, dean of the School of Communication & the Arts, was a guest on The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.), to discuss a New York newspaper's publishing of the names of gun owners in the community.
  • Dr. Charles Dunn, distinguished professor in the Robertson School of Government, published this op-ed in The Virginian-Pilot regarding Congress' and the president's handling of the nation's fiscal crisis. He addressed the same subject in radio interviews on The Tim Constantine Show (St. Augustine, Fla.), The Andy Caldwell Show (KUHL Santa Maria, Calif.), and on Hearsay with Cathy Lewis (WHRV Norfolk). Dr. Dunn was also quoted in this onenewnow.com article regarding the future of America.
  • Skip Horton-Parker, instructor in the School of Divinity, was quoted in a Daily Press article titled "Holy Water of a Different Kind," explaining the meaning of an outdoor Eastern Orthodoxy liturgy blessing the waters and celebrating the baptism of Christ. (link not available)
  • David M. Edwards, creative director of the International Center for Worship, has a new music release that was favorably reviewed in the most recent issue of Worship Leader magazine. (link not available)
  • Alumnus Chaplain (Captain) Darren Turner, U.S. Army, '06 (Divinity) was featured on The 700 Club discussing the challenges that his military deployments created in his marriage.
  • Regent's student chapter of Christ for India was mentioned in this CBN story about a pastor's ministries in India that the students support.
  • Regent University's student film awards were mentioned in this Inside Business article about the strength of higher education in the southeastern Virginia region.

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