*Rafael Hernandez, professor of Spanish and Portuguese, was quoted in a March 27 story in the Meriden Record-Journal about the debate as to whether individuals from Portugal, or of Portuguese heritage, are considered Latino.
*Greg Adams, chairman of the Sociology Department, was interviewed March 7 on WTICradio’s morning show (1080 AM) regarding the situation in Ukraine (no link available). He is one of the panelists for the March 31 SCSU forum, “Crisis in Ukraine” What Happened and What’s Next?”
*An article about the university’s “Southern on the Green” initiative — which involves leasing the 10th floor of the 900 Chapel Street building from the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce — was posted March 6 on the New Haven Register’s website. The space will be used for fundraising, classes and customer service purposes.
*Frank Tavares, professor of communication, was interviewed on March 6 by WUTC, a Chattanooga, Tenn. radio station, about his career that has included his faculty position at Southern, the former “voice” of National Public Radio and as an author.
*President Mary Papazian was quoted in a March 5 New Haven Register story pertaining to a visit by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to the Whitney Center in Hamden. The president spoke about the governor’s proposed Transform CSCU 2020 program that would infuse $134 million into the ConnSCU schools next year.
*The Waterbury Republican-American ran a March 2 story about a recent book of short stories written by Frank Tavares, professor of communication. The book is called, “The Man Who Built Boxes.”
*A talk at Southern by Jared Bernstein, former chief economist and economic advisor to Vice President Joe Biden, was covered in a March 1 story in the New Haven Register. As one of the architects of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), he discussed that topic during the event.