MSU Denver faculty in the media
Members share their expertise with the community.
January 20, 2020
The MSU Denver faculty brain trust reaches almost every corner of the academic spectrum, and we are always proud to see Roadrunners sharing their knowledge. Each month, the Early Bird highlights a few faculty members who have served as subject-matter experts on timely news topics – providing dynamic perspectives on critical issues.
Here’s a sampling from December:
Sally Baalbaki-Yassine, Ph.D., associate professor, Marketing, interviewed with Colorado Public Radio on Dec. 3 about why more businesses are turning to experiential marketing to drive sales (starts at 23:44).
Derek Everett, Ph.D., senior lecturer, History, shared his research findings with 9News on Dec. 30, identifying the mystery painting of a woman in the Colorado State Archives as Katherine Craig, the first woman to hold state office as the superintendent of Public Instruction.
Uwe Kackstaetter, Ph.D., professor, Geology, was interviewed by 9News on Dec. 12 about how a catalyst is used to separate fossil fuels in relation to Suncor Energy’s suspected emission of ash in Commerce City.
Norman Provizer, Ph.D., professor, Political Science, interviewed with Denver7 on Dec. 20 about the history of impeachment and its significance.
Keah Schuenemann, Ph.D., professor, Meteorology, interviewed with La Voz on Dec. 11 about climate change and the planet’s future implications.
For a full list of faculty featured as experts in the media, visit MSU Denver in the News.
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