*The New Haven Register ran a story in its Sunday, Nov. 23, edition that profiled Stephen Hegedus, the new dean of the School of Education.
**The recent forum, “Remembering the Fall of the Berlin Wall: 25 Years Later,” generated a slew of press coverage. The event attracted 300 people, including about 90 students from 4 area high schools — Shelton, Cheshire, Seymour and Sound from New Haven.
The following media outlets covered the forum with an advance, day-of-event coverage or post-event item:
*The New Haven Register ran a Page 1 article in its Nov. 8 edition that previewed the event. The article included an interview with Nicholas Burns, the keynote speaker who is a former State Department and National Security Council official.
The Register also published a photo of Burns delivering the keynote speech in its Nov. 12 edition.
*The Waterbury Republican-American ran a Page 1 story in its Sunday edition of Nov. 9 thatpreviewed the forum. The story included an interview with Kevin Buterbaugh, professor of political science, who was a panelist at the forum. It also included interviews with a Seymour High School teacher and student who would attend the event.
*WTIC radio (1080 AM) aired two interviews during the week before the event:
Troy Paddock, chairman of the History Department, was interviewed on Nov. 5 on the “Mornings with Ray Dunaway” show.
Kevin Buterbaugh was interviewed Nov. 7 on the afternoon talk show with Joe D’Ambrosio.
*CT-N covered the event and broadcast the program several times, initially on Nov. 12.
*WATR radio (1320 AM) interviewed Kevin on Nov. 7 in advance of the event.
*Channel 30 also interviewed Kevin on its Sunday morning newscast and previewed the forum.
*The Fairfield County Business Journalpreviewed the forum in its Nov. 3 edition.
The following is a link to the Business Journal story:
*The Connecticut Post published a post on Oct. 29 in its “Postings” blog that previewed the forum. It noted that classes from Shelton and Seymour high schools were planning to attend.
*The Connecticut By The Numbers blog also posted an item on Nov. 7 previewing the forum.
The following is a link to the Connecticut By The Numbers blog:
*The Hamden Times ran photos and a brief description about the forum that was published on Nov. 10.