In the news: Military women, Rock Island Trail, storytelling in higher education, wildfires
- Dr. John McManus is interviewed about the history of women serving in the U.S. military in the Nov. 12 St. Louis Post Dispatch article, “First female commander at Fort Leonard Wood wants women to know what’s possible for them in military.” Written by reporter Jesse Bogan, the article was also published by MilitaryTimes.com on Nov. 19.
- Dr. Joan Schuman and two students spoke to a reporter about Schuman’s project management class’s project with the community of Meta, Missouri, related to the prospect of the Rock Island Trail becoming a future tourism destination. Danisha Hogue wrote the article, “Rock Island Trail Proposed Stops in Small Communities, published in the Nov. 25 issue of the Jefferson City News-Tribune. Students Emma Thompson and Rodney Dukes are quoted in the article.
- Andrew Careaga, executive director of marketing and communications at S&T, discusses the university’s “Conversations on …” web features in response to campus climate surveys in the article, “Four Data Sources to Guide Effective higher Ed Digital Storytelling.” Georgy Cohen wrote the article, which was published Nov. 28 on the blog for Oho Interactive, a digital marketing agency.
- Dr. Robin Verble was interviewed Nov. 18 about how fires behave by Planet Watch Radio’s Rachel Anne Goodman and Joe Jordan. Verble was also quoted in an article published Nov. 19 by with Stephen Loiaconi of Sinclair Broadcast Group, “California Wildfires are Getting Bigger and Deadlier. This Is Why.”