In the News – September 2014

In the News – September 2014

*Juniors Mads Larsen and Jonas Folstad of the men’s soccer team were featured in a Sept. 15 story in the New Haven Register.

*John Nwangwu, professor of public health, is an expert on infectious diseases and serves as a consultant to the World Health Organization. He was tapped to assist with the prevention of the spread of the Ebola virus in Africa. He was interviewed by several media organizations, including the New Haven Register (Sept. 3); Channel 8 (Sept. 4); WNPR (90.5 FM) (Sept. 3) and WQUN (1220 AM) (Sept. 3) radio stations.

*Elliott Horch, associate professor of physics, was quoted in a Sept. 4 article in the Daily Mailnewspaper in Great Britain regarding research he has conducted about binary stars. His research indicates that up to 50 percent of stars which host planets may be part of a binary star system (two suns).

*John Moscatel, a senior football player who lives in Lexington, Mass., was featured in a Sept. 4 story in the Boston Globe.