Zoology professor Karen Bjorndal was quoted in an Aug. 5 Associated Press story about whether the Gulf of Mexico could completely recover from the BP oil spill.
UF In The News Archive
Toxicologist Bruce Goldberger was quoted in an Aug. 5 St. Petersburg Times story about the popularity of the caffeinated malt liquor called Four Loko.
Animal psychologist Clive Wynne was quoted in an Aug. 13 National Public Radio story about research into whether animals practice fairness and other humane traits.
Paul Doering, a professor in the department of pharmacotherapy and translational research, was quoted in an Aug. 18 New York Daily News story about a recent report that found West Virginia had the highest per capita rate of prescription drug use in the country.
Veterinary pathologist Brian Stacy was quoted in an Aug. 18 Associated Press story about the return of the first rehabilitated turtles oiled by BP’s massive leak to the Gulf of Mexico.
Anthropology professor Susan Gillespie was quoted in a July 26 Associated Press story about the reconstruction of a set of human remains that indicates the first people who came to the Americas might have come from a broader area than previously thought.
Norbert Dunkel, director of housing and residence education, was quoted in a July 15 New York Times story about how college roommates resolve differences in today’s digital age.
English professor David Leavitt reviewed Selina Hastings’ “The Secret Lives of Somerset Maugham” for the July 15 Sunday Book Review of The New York Times.
Finance professor Jay Ritter was quoted in an Aug. 2 Fortune story about the apparent return of initial public offerings, known as IPOs.
Katheryn Russell-Brown, director of the law school’s Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations, was quoted in a July 23 McClatchy Newspapers story about the Obama administration’s reactions to claims of racism.