Stetson University in the News, April 14-20, 2023

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Top Stories

Chaz Underriner, PhD

• Stage of Life, My Silly Little Gang, Manhattan Week and more than 20 other media outlets profiled Chaz Underriner, PhD, assistant professor of Digital Arts, in the April 20 story, “Stetson University Professor Selected as a Fulbright Scholar.”

• Fox28, HTV 10 and several other media outlets cited Stetson in the April 12 post, “The Princeton Review Again Names Stetson as a Top School for Game Design.”

• The West Volusia Beacon cited Stetson in the April 13 post, “Sunday celebration marks the opening of DeLand Black Heritage Trail.” The Daytona Times cited Stetson in the April 14 story, “DeLand Black Heritage Trail a reality.”

Jason Evans, PhD

• The West Volusia Beacon featured Jason Evans, PhD, associate professor of Environmental Science and Studies, the Institute for Water and Environmental Resilience, the Sandra Stetson Aquatic Center, and School of Music students Luis E. Quiroz Galvez, Olivia Corporon, Katarina Nieminen, Briana Mehershahi, Georgie Gonzalez and Britney Pflanz in the April 13 story, “Climate Conversations: From the sea to the St. Johns.”

• West Virginia News, WBOY-TV Online, WOWK-TV Online and other media outlets profiled actor and alumnus Ted Cassidy in the April 17 story, “10 actors you may not know are from West Virginia.”

Asal Johnson, PhD

• The West Volusia Beacon featured Stetson and Asal Johnson, PhD, associate professor of Public Health, in the April 19 story, “Award-winning activist comes home to DeLand after 20 years away.” The West Volusia Beacon also featured Stetson in the April 18 story, “High Frequency: Teach your children well.”

Other Stories

Jeremy Posadas, PhD

• The University of Chicago Divinity School profiled Jeremy Posadas, PhD, Hal S. Marchman chair of Civic and Social Responsibility, and associate professor of Religious Studies and Gender Studies, in the April 14 story, “Craft of Teaching with Jeremy Posadas.”

• Hometown News cited Stetson in the April 13 post, “Appointments available for tax filing assistance.”

• Hometown News cited Stetson’s School of Business Administration in the April 13 story, “Volusia college students help residents with tax returns.”

• Hometown News cited Stetson in the April 13 story, “Lakeside Jazz Festival begins in Port Orange.”

• Orlando at Play cited Stetson in the April 14 post, “Stetson University Concert Choir Concert.”

• FlaglerLive and Technewscomboost cited Stetson in the April 13 post, “Marketing Lab Opens at Matanzas High School, Giving Classroom a Real-World Vibe of Office Energy.”

• Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum cited Stetson in the April 14 post, “FUM 2023, This Weekend!”

• HappeningNext featured Stetson Wesley in the April 14 post, “Yoga Luna – Earth Day.”

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Elizabeth Skomp, PhD

• The West Volusia Beacon profiled new provost Elizabeth Skomp, PhD, in the April 18 story, “Class Notes.”

• The Tallahassee Democrat cited Stetson Law in the April 17 post, “FSU, FAMU law school’s bar exam results show decreased scores in first-time passage rates.”

• Good News Pilipinas featured Stetson Law’s International Environmental Moot Court Competition in the April 17 story, “Iloilo’s USA Law Team reaches semis at Stetson Environmental Moot.”

• Orlando at Play cited Stetson in the April 18 post, “Stetson University Jazz Ensemble Concert.”

• 83 Degrees cited Stetson Law in the April 18 story, “Community Foundation Tampa Bay expands program to bridge digital divide.”

• Orlando Weekly cited Stetson in the April 18 post, “Michel Delgado: Art Creative Entrepreneurship Talk.”

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Mayhill Fowler, PhD

• The Architect’s Newspaper cited Mayhill Fowler, PhD, associate professor of History and director of SPREES, Stetson’s Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies, in the April 17 story, “The Cooper Union’s delayed Vkhutemas show will open later this month.”

• HappeningNext profiled Bud Hanson, MBA, executive director of Professional Education, in the April 18 post, “BRIDGEx: What’s Your Story?”

Alumni News

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Stetson University in the News is a weekly roundup of media coverage that mentions Stetson, its faculty, students, staff and alumni.

• The Sarasota News Leader profiled alumna Emmalee Legler in the April 13 story, “Director of marketing and operations at Jon Swift construction firm appointed to Planning Commission.”

• The Daily Commercial profiled Law alumnus G. Richard Singeltary in the April 13 post, “Judge G. Richard Singeltary is retiring after decades on the bench.”

• Orlando at Play featured Double Hatter Holly Keris in the April 15 post, “Saturday Speaker Series.”

• CityBiz featured Law alumna Jade Davis in the April 14 post, “Jade Davis, Keith Hoffman, & Lauren Barr Join Hall Booth Smith.”

• Florida Politics profiled Law alumna Brooke Brady in the April 15 post, “The week in appointments.”

• KMLK and more than 10 other media outlets profiled Double Hatter Paul Messina in the April 17 post, “Messina Law Group Partner Paul Messina Named 2023 Best Lawyers in America© Honoree.”

• The Orange Observer profiled alumna Amber Shaw in the April 16 story, “OSZ Influencer: Amber Shaw, Ocoee Middle School.”

• All Events In profiled Law alumna Christine Platt in the April 19 post, “Christine Platt, Frankie and Friends: Breaking News, with Jason Reynolds.”

• profiled Double Hatter Chris Cavaliere in the April 18 post, “Jackson Lewis Continues to Expand Tampa Team with Addition of Christopher Cavaliere.”

• Diversity Woman profiled alumna  Lourdes Mola in the April 20 story, “CEO Woman: Game Changer? Try Life Changer.”