Political science professor Daniel Smith was quoted in a June 15 Mother Jones story about the re-election chances for Rep. Allen West, a Republican congressman from Florida known for his fiery right-wing rhetoric.
UF In The News Archive
Finance professor Jay Ritter was quoted in a June 11 Wall Street Journal story about the best strategies on investing in initial public offerings.
Stan Smith, director of UF’s Bureau of Economic and Business Research, was quoted in a June 14 Palm Beach Post story about the population trends in Florida. The story was the result of a News Bureau news release.
Dr. Anthony Bavry, an assistant professor of medicine, was quoted in a June 9 Reuters story about how the chronic use of painkillers might harm the health of patients with chronic heart disease.
Biology doctoral student Bret Pasch was quoted in a June 20 National Public Radio story about his research into how a species of mice attracts female mates through a different type of singing. The story was the result of a News Bureau news release.
Michael Seigel, director of the law school’s Criminal Justice Center, was quoted in a June 21 Florida Times-Union story about the difficulties faced by the judge in the Casey Anthony murder trial.
Barbara Purdy, professor emerita of anthropology, was quoted in a June 22 Associated Press story about the discovery of what appears to be the first bone fragment with a carved image from the prehistoric era found in North America. Purdy was the lead author on the research.
Florida Museum of Natural History researcher Gifford Waters was quoted in a May 31 Miami Herald story about the discovery of the foundation of a 330-year-old stone church in St. Augustine. The story was the result of a News Bureau news release.
Biological scientist Mark Ou was quoted in a May 31 USA Today story about how UF researchers have found an inexpensive way to make plastic from discarded plant material. The story was the result of an IFAS news release.
Chris McCarty, director of UF’s Survey Research Center, was quoted in a June 1 Miami Herald story about Florida’s stagnant economy and how it is affecting residents. The story was the result of a News Bureau news release.