Stetson University in the News, Jan. 15-21, 2016
January 22, 2016
- Valrie Chambers, Ph.D., associate professor of accounting at Stetson University, published an article in AICPA Insights on Jan. 14, regarding helping clients avoid ACA surprises.
- Matthew Wilson, Ed.D., associate professor of sport business, participated with MSN News on Jan. 18 in researching contracts of college sports coaches.
- KPCC-FM Online posted an article written by Kathy Piechura-Couture, Ph.D., professor of education, on Jan. 15.
- K.C. Ma, Ph.D., Roland George Chair of Applied Investments Director, was quoted in an article about the WWE stock posted on Jan. 15 in Yahoo! Finance, MSN Money, U.S. News & World Report, and six other news outlets.
- On Jan. 19, 83 Degrees Media featured Stetson’s advocacy program and Moot Court and quoted Law Professor Brooke Bowman and Law alumnus Jason Stearns.
- On Jan. 16, the Tampa Bay Times quoted Law Professor Charles Rose in an article titled “After U.S. Supreme Court decision, old cases hint at what’s next for Florida’s death penalty system.”
- On Jan. 13, Associate Dean Susan Rozelle was interviewed by Bay News 9 about the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Florida death penalty.
- The Jan. 15 Chronicle of Higher Education article, “Lawmaker Calls Out a Professor,” quotes Law Professor Peter Lake.
- Indian River featured an article on Jan. 19 about the Bluemner exhibit currently being displayed at the Vero Beach Museum of Art.
Alumni in the News:
- On Jan. 18, the Herald Tribune reported that Law alumni Allie Buckman and Nicholas Castellano II have joined the law firm of Buckman and Buckman P.A., in Sarasota.
- On Jan. 13, The Florida Bar reported that Law alumna Judge Catherine Peek McEwen will receive the inaugural Chief Justice’s Distinguished Federal Judicial Service Award. The new award, which recognizes an active or retired federal judge for outstanding and sustained service to the public, especially as it relates to the support of pro bono legal services, will be presented by Chief Justice Jorge Labarga at a Jan. 28 ceremony at the Supreme Court of Florida.