Stetson University in the News, Feb. 5-11, 2016
• On Feb. 9, Columbus CEO and Capital University reported that Stetson Executive Vice President and Provost Elizabeth Paul has been named the 16th President of Capital University. WCBE also reported the news on Feb. 10.
• Law Professor Peter Lake is quoted in the Feb. 8 Chronicle of Higher Education article, “A Closer Look at 7 Common Requirements in Resolved Federal Sex-Assault Inquiries.” Professor Lake is also quoted in the Feb. 10 Harvard Crimson article, “MIT Administrators Propose Change to House Master Title.”
• On Feb. 9, The Florida Times Union quoted Law Professor Charles Rose in the article, “Juveniles sent to prison for life have reason for hope for re-sentencing.” Professor Rose is also quoted in the Feb. 10 Tampa Tribune, “Judge won’t allow death penalty in Tampa trial: State’s system on sentencing has been ruled unconstitutional.”
• Orlando Business Journal posted an article on Feb. 10 about Stetson University’s plans for a new aquatic academic center facility. Executive Vice President and CFO Bob Huth is quoted throughout.
• On Feb. 3, multiple news outlets including The San Antonio Express News reported that Stetson University College of Law’s moot court team of Kasey Feltner, Adriana Foreman and Sterling Lovelady won a best oralist award at the Andrews Kurth Moot Court National Championship.
• Professors of Music Routa Kroumovitch, Lynn Musco, Michael Rickman and David Bjella are to perform at the 35th annual Merridy Williams Memorial Concert on Feb. 14, as reported by Daytona Beach News-Journal Online on Feb. 5.
• On Feb. 8, multiple news outlets including the Legal Monitor reported that Stetson University College of Law has invited future law students to attend an open house, “The Stetson Experience,” on Saturday, Feb. 27 from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.
• According to the Feb. 10 Tampa Bay Times article, “Force behind Ybor revival,” Fernando Noriega Jr. was instrumental in making Stetson’s Tampa Law Center a reality.
Alumni in the News:
• On Feb. 4, Menafn reported Law alumnus Matthew Dolman has been selected as a 2016 Super Lawyer.
• On Feb. 4, Stetson graduate Luis Pedraja was featured in an article posted on The News-Press Online, discussing first-generation college students.