Graduate student Caroline Cardone’s study on how store design affects shoplifting rates was the subject of an Oct. 30 business brief in the Miami Herald (circ. 444,119) The brief was the result of a news release.
UF In The News Archive
A study about the caffeine levels of energy drinks was cited in an Oct. 30 Associated Press international wire story about the growing popularity of the drinks. The citation was the result of a news release.
Retired English professor Kevin McCarthy was quoted in an Oct. 29 Associated Press national wire about the closure of the Massachusetts factory that produces plastic pink flamingo lawn ornaments. The quote was the result of a UF News Bureau referral.
The creation of Student Safety Zones at the Florida-Georgia football game in Jacksonville was the subject of an Oct. 29 story in the (Jacksonville) Florida Times-Union (circ. 158,802).
A study conducted by criminology professor Richard Hollinger on retail theft was cited in an Oct. 25 Wall Street Journal (circ. 2.3 million) story on shoplifters using high-tech scams.
Finance professor Jay Ritter was quoted in an Oct. 23 Bloomberg News story about the success of Goldman Sachs’ investments in China.
Law professor Diane Mazur was quoted in an Oct. 23 United Press International story about how Iraqi insurgents may be trying to influence the outcome of U.S. midterm elections.
UF’s decision to reduce merit scholarship aid packages was cited in an Oct. 18 editorial in the Washington Post (circ. 724,242).
Research by Daniel Salmon, an associate professor of epidemiology, showing that whooping cough is re-emerging nationwide was the subject of an Associated Press national wire story as well as an Oct. 12 editorial in the New York Times. The stories were the result of a news release.
Law professor Lyrissa Lidsky was quoted in an Oct. 11 USA Today (circ. 2.3 million) story about a jury awarding a Louisiana woman $11.3 million over defamatory Internet postings.