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  • Nadya Bliss

    Director of the Global Security Initiative (GSI)

    Keywords:
    Defense, National Security, International Relations
     
     
  • Antonio Giordano

    President

    Keywords:
    Cancer, Diabetes, Heart Disease, Genetics, biomolecular chemistry, Oncology
     
     
  • LaDawn Haglund

    Associate Professor

    Keywords:
    Human Rights, socioeconomic inequity, Politics, Education, Development, Sustainability, Law
     
     
  • Scott Parazynski

    University Explorer and Professor of Practice

    Keywords:
    Space, NASA, astronaut health, astronaut safety, Astronaut
     
     
  • Ram Pendyala

    Professor

    Keywords:
    Civil Engineering, Transportation, Infrastructure
     
     
  • Jamie Winterton

    Director of Strategy, Global Security Initiative

    Keywords:
    Data Privacy, Cybersecurity, Defense, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Internet, FCC, Regulations, Government, National Security
     
     
  • Carl Regillo

    Director, Retina Service

    Keywords:
    age-related macular degeneration, AMD, Retina
     
     
  • Evan Sisson

    Associate Professor, VCU School of Pharmacy

    Keywords:
    Diabetes, Diabetes & Endocrinology, Diabetes Alert Day, Diabetes and Adults, Type 1 Diabetes, Type Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, Diabetes Medications, Diabetes Drugs
     
     
  • Sandra Arevalo

    Director of Nutrition Services/Community Outreach

    Keywords:
    Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, Diabetes Self-management, Diabetes and Adults, Diabetes and Latino, hispanic health risk factors, Hispanic Health, Bronx and Brooklyn, Latino Health, Minority Health, Minority Health and Health Equity, Health Literacy, Nutrition,
     
     
  • Karen Kemmis

    Clinical Physical Therapist, CDE

    Keywords:
    Diabetes, Diabetes & Endocrinology, Diabetes and Adults, Type 2 Diabetes, Type 1 Diabetes, Insulin, Diabetes Management, Diabetes Self-management, Exercise, Diabetes and exercise
     
     
  • Kellie Antinori-Lent

    Diabetes Clinical Nurse Specialist, CDE

    Keywords:
    Insulin Pump Therapy, CGM, Diabetes, Diabetes & Endocrinology, Type 2 Diabetes, Type 1 Diabetes, Diabetes Management, Diabetes Self-management
     
     
  • Sidney Redner

    Professor

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  • David Wolpert

    Professor

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  • Mirta Galesic

    Professor

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Education

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NAEP, math

Expert Available to Discuss NAEP Data

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The U.S. Department of Education plans to release 2007 national and state mathematics and reading scores for the National Assessment of Education Progress on Tuesday. Indiana University mathematics education expert Peter Kloosterman conducts research involving NAEP results and can discuss the latest results.

Life

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Greece, Elections, Government

Expert Available to Discuss Outcome of Greek Elections

National elections in Greece are scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 16, just weeks after the deadly fires in southern Greece that killed dozens of people and injured many others.

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Social and Behavioral Sciences

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Virginia Tech, Gun Violence, Gun Laws

Tougher Gun Laws: Can They Stop the Violence?

In the wake of the tragic shootings at Virginia Tech, America is asking tough questions about its gun laws. But at the same time, Americans are also asking if stricter gun laws will really lead to less violence. Maria Kefalas, Ph.D., sociologist and director of Saint Joseph's University's Institute for Violence Research and Prevention is not convinced that it's the guns that equal violence.

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Education

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Higher Education, College Students, Depression, Mental Health, Psychiatric Care, Student Health

Expert Available for Comment on the Role of College Counseling Centers

Brian Quigley, Ph.D., director of counseling & psychological services at Marymount Manhattan College, is available for comment on the role of college counseling centers, particularly in the wake of the Virginia Tech tragedy.

Life

Social and Behavioral Sciences

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Gun Control, Handgun, Virginia Tech, Brady Law, Pistol, Shooting, Weapon, Gun Law, Gun Lobby, Firearm, Gun Lobby, Cho Seung Hui

Noted Gun-Control Scholar Calls VA Tech Shooter Poster Child for Gun Control Failure

Gregg Lee Carter, professor at Bryant University and a scholar of guns in America, calls Virginia Tech shooter Cho Seung-hui a "poster child for the failure of gun control" in the United States. "Everybody who wrote the Brady Law and the Gun Control Act of 1968 did so with the intention that someone like Cho never obtain a firearm," says Carter, "and he got two of them without any trouble."

Life

Social and Behavioral Sciences

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Virginia, Tech, Communication, Conforting, Depression

Prof: Really Listen to College Students' Reactions to Virginia Tech

Friends and family members of college students should provide a listening ear regarding students' fears and concerns about the Virginia Tech tragedy, says a Purdue University expert who studied how college students coped with 9/11.

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Education

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Virginia Tech, Shootings, Campus Shootings, School Violence, Violence, Emergency Management, Gun Control

Experts Can Comment on Aspects of Va. Tech Shootings

In the wake of the April 16 fatal shootings at Virginia Tech, several Central Michigan University faculty members are available to speak about the events from various perspectives.

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Social and Behavioral Sciences

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Virginia Tech, Shootings, Psychology, Criminal Justice, Mass Murder, Schools

Two Experts on Virginia Tech Shootings

A psychologist who has written four books on school crises and consulted at Columbine and Red Lake and a criminal justice professor who teaches one of the few courses on mass and serial murder, comment on the Virginia Tech shootings.

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Social and Behavioral Sciences

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Voting, Election, Computerized, Ballots, CHAD

Cybersecurity Expert Says Nationwide Use of Computerized Voting Poses Risk

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Many of the paperless computerized voting systems adopted in wake of the "hanging chad" presidential election controversy in 2000 have the potential to create more problems than they solve. According to Eugene Spafford, director of CERIAS, the technology may cause a debacle reminiscent of the 2000 election.

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Arts and Humanities

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Cuba, Castro, Fidel

Looking at Castro through the Eyes of Cuba

Should ailing Cuban President Fidel Castro die or relinquish power, Cubans will experience a traumatic loss of the nation's most charismatic and controversial leader, according to a Cuba researcher at UMass Boston.







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