Stetson University In the News, May 14-21, 2015
The following stories about Stetson University ran in the news media this week, May 14-21, 2015:
• In JCK Magazine, May 14, Stetson’s Family Enterprise Center was featured as one “of the best-known college and university programs offering academic courses on family business.”
• In College Candy, Stetson’s Family Enterprise major was featured as number 17 among the “28 Unusual Majors You Didn’t Know Existed.”
• Professor of Law Mark Bauer wrote an opinion editorial on Amherst that was featured in The Diamond of PSI Upsilon Magazine.
• Professor of Law Charles Rose was quoted in the Ocala Star Banner article, “Suspect, Victim Families Upset With Court Delays.”
• The Ledger mentioned Stetson College of Law in its article, “Study On New Courthouse: An Appeal To Open Up The Wallet.”
• Stetson Math Professor Hari Pulapaka to compete in Chefs Taste Challenge, was reported in Daytona Beach News-Journal, May 20.
• “Survey: Some Stetson faculty feel overworked, undervalued; President Libby vows more communication” was reported in Daytona Beach News-Journal, May 16.
• Integrative Health Science professor Matt Schrager’s article, “Effects of blueberry supplementation on measures of functional mobility in older adults” was picked up in Stone Hearth News, as well as the media outlets reported last week.
• In numerous news outlets, Stetson professor Debra Touchton was featured as an inductee into the National Association of Professional Women.
• The Tampa Bay Business Journal recognized Stan Arthur and Brandi Palmer, of Stetson College of Law, for winning multiple Hermes Creative Awards for video features on alumni, faculty and students. Stan and Brandi collaborated to win platinum and gold awards.
• Bar and Bench featured Jammu University for winning the Spirit of Stetson Award.
• The Tampa Bay Times mentioned Stetson College of Law graduation, held on Saturday, May 16.
• The Tampa Bay Times mentions Stetson College of Law student, Dr. Daniel Diaco’s career change from plastic surgeon to an attorney.
• In Hibbing Daily Tribune, a recent high school graduate was featured in a story about her success while dealing with a rare auto-immune disease. She will begin at Stetson this fall, in the pre-med program.
• In Naples Daily News, a prospective student’s plans to begin an elementary education major at Stetson while playing volleyball, were highlighted.
• Naples Daily News reported that a prospective student plans to major in pre-law at Stetson.
• Former science professor Aaron O’bier Jr. passed away May 15, as reported in Northern Neck News and Northumberland Echo.
Alumni in the news:
• In Space Coast Daily, Stetson graduate Dr. Stephanie Haridopolos, board-certified family practitioner, was featured in the cover story that focused on her medical practice as well as her personal life. She is married to Florida Senator Mike Haridopolos, also a Stetson alum.
• In Palm Beach Post, alumnus Trevor Gordon, history major, was featured as one of the “Who’s Who in Palm Beach County business.”
• In keepmecurrent.com, May 14, which is affiliated with Maine Women magazine, alumna Michele Keef, M.A. in marriage and family therapy, was interviewed regarding her current work as a marriage counselor.
• On May 16, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports that Stetson College of Law alumna, Kalya R. Hathaway has joined the Rice & Rose Law Firm as an associate attorney.
• On May 15, The Florida Times-Union Jacksonville featured an article of financial tips given by Stetson College of Law alumna, Susan Hartman.
• Continuing coverage of Stetson alumnus Scott Muri, selected as the superintendent of the Spring Branch Independent School District, appeared in Houston Chronicle this week.