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Stetson University in the News, May 25-31, 2018

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  • Christopher J. Ferguson, Ph.D., Stetson University

    Christopher J. Ferguson

    Professor of Psychology Christopher Ferguson, Ph.D., was mentioned in The Ladder’s article entitled, “Social media has the ‘exact same negative effect on depression’ as eating potatoes” for his study that found only a negligible relationship between screen time and depression. Ferguson said his results “do not support a strong focus on screen time as a preventative measure for youth problem behaviors.”

  • Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy wrote the May 31 L.A. Times article, “Missouri’s dark money scandal, explained.”
  • Professor Peter Lake is quoted in the May 29 Vanity Fair article, “This is bigger than myself: how the women of the U.S. Gymnastics team found their voice.”
  • Dean and Professor of Law Christopher Pietruszkiewicz is quoted in the JD Journal article, “Stetson University College of Law Students Get Top Performances.” The May 31 Inside Higher Ed mentions Pietruszkiewicz has been named president of the University of Evansville.
  • The May 24 Legal Writing Prof Blog ran the news that “Stetson Named Inaugural ABA Competitions Champion.” The news ran across the newswire in hundreds of media outlets.
  • The Tampa Bay Business Journal ran the news that Law Professor Kristen Adams has been named interim dean of the College of Law.
  • Law Professor Louis Virelli is quoted in the Tampa Bay Times article, “A Tampa Bay lawyer tweets ‘never trust a Muslim.’ Now he wants to be a judge.”
  • Valrie Chambers, Ph.D., Stetson University professor

    Valrie Chambers, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor of Taxation and Accounting in the M.E. Rinker Sr. Institute for Tax and Accountancy, Valrie Chambers, was featured in Wallet Hub’s article on the “Easiest credit cards to get approved for” as one of the expert panelists responding to the most asked questions. Chambers responded to the question, “Are the easiest credit cards to get necessarily the worst credit cards on the market?” Her answer, “No. First, ‘worst’ varies by how you use the card.”

Other News

  • Law Professor Peter Lake is quoted in the May 23 Diverse Issues in Higher Education article, “For-Profit College Probes Fuel Rise in Consumer-Protection Sentiments.” Professor Lake is quoted in the May 24 The College Fix article, “UCLA bars speakers who are too controversial with security spending cap.”
  • Law Professor Charles Rose is quoted in the U.S. News & World Report article, “8 Key distinctions between an LL.M. and a J.D.” The news also ran in the JD Journal.
  • Law Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy is quoted in the May 30 Bloomberg BNA article, “SCOTUS Ends One Partisan Gerrymandering Battle; More Remain.”
  • Law Professor James Fox is quoted in the Sarasota Herald Tribune article, “Jury decision in development lawsuit could hit Sarasota taxpayers hard.” The article also ran in the May 24 Southwest Florida Herald Tribune.
  • The May 29 Elder Law Prof Blog “Register Now: Webinar on Helping Elders Post-Disaster,” was written by Law Professor Rebecca Morgan. She wrote the May 29 Elder Law Prof Blog, “No Stay During Appeal of California Aid-in-Dying Law.” She wrote the May 28 Elder Law Prof Blog, “Chip Chiplin 2018 Recipient of NAELA Theresa Award.” She wrote the May 24 Elder Law Prof Blog, “Not Everyone is Driving Along the Information Highway.”
  • The May 24 Gunster website ran the news that Law student Cymoril White will be serving as a summer associate.
  • The May 29 SRQ Magazine mentions Law student Kelley Thompson in the article, “Williams Parker Takes Four for Summer Associate Program.”

Alumni News

  • The May 24 Coastal Breeze features a story about the Woodard family, including Law alumnus Mark Woodard, in the article, “A Steward of Marco’s Past, Present and Future.”

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