Stetson University in the News, April 21-26, 2023

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Hari Pulapaka, PhD

• Edible Orlando on April 24 published, “Ful of Flavor” by Hari Pulapaka, PhD, associate professor of Mathematics and an award-winning professional chef. “I’ll soon turn into the product of the number of dimensions of our existence and the average of the first two perfect numbers,” Pulapaka wrote. “While no mortal is perfect, I’m content to be an average of perfects and still perceptive of length, height, and depth. On the other hand, Ful, the quintessential dish indigenous to many countries in the Middle East and Africa is pretty close to gastronomic perfection, while offering a multi-dimensional culinary template for amateur and professional cooks alike.”

• Law360 quoted Roberta K. Flowers, professor of Law and Director of the Center for Excellence in Elder Law, in the April 21 story, “Growing US Senior Population Faces Unmet Legal Needs.”

• Florida Bar News profiled Stetson Law Interim Dean Theresa Radwan in the April 21 story, “Theresa Radwan named Law Faculty/Administrator Award winner.”

• The Register Citizen, Connecticut Post, CT Insider and several other media outlets profiled student Mackenzie Powers in the April 24 story, “Milford teen plans 15th annual beach cleanup.”

• The Orlando Sentinel on April 23 published the commentary, “Securing America’s borders or helping Ukraine: What should the priority be?” by freshman student Alis Cadena.

* The Daytona Times profiled alumna Freddye Clay Moore, the first Black woman elected to the Daytona Beach City Commission and Volusia County Council, in the April 23 story, “Remembering Mrs. Freddye Clay Moore.” The Daytona Beach News-Journal profiled Moore in the April 24 story, “Daytona Beach trailblazer Freddye Moore dead at 95.” News Daytona Beach posted the April 25 story, “Freddye Moore, First Black Woman on Daytona City Commission, Dies at 95.”

Other Stories

• The Fernandina Beach News Leader featured incoming freshman Aliyah Guzman in the April 18 story, “Yulee High School seniors bring home first place.”

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Mayhill Fowler, PhD

• The Skint cited Mayhill Fowler, PhD, associate professor of History, Director of SPREES, Stetson’s Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies, in the April 21 post, “FRI-MON, 4/21-24: SKINT WEEKEND.”GothamToGo profiled Fowler in the April 22 story, “‘War/Art Balance’ ~ a Panel Speaks on Complexities Surrounding History of Ukrainian, Russian, and Soviet Avant-Garde Movements at The Cooper Union.”

• Hometown News cited Wendy Anderson, PhD, professor of Environmental Science and Studies, in the April 20 post, “Lake Festival in Lake Helen.”

• The Capitolist cited Stetson Law in the April 20 story, “Florida Bar exam sees dip in passage rate; FIU earns highest marks.”

• Orlando at Play cited Stetson in the April 21 post, “Stetson University Symphony Orchestra Concert,” the April 22 posts, “Stetson Guitar Workshop with Manuel Barrueco” and “Stetson University Symphonic Band,” and the April 23 post, “Stetson University Chorale and Hatter Choir.”

• The Post featured Stetson in the April 22 story, “Up Law Students Semifinalists In Stetson Int’l Environmental Moot Court Tilt.”

• HappeningNext profiled Connie Garzon, former adjunct professor for International Entrepreneurship, in the April 23 post, “Fundamental of Raising Angel Venture Capital and Crowdfunding Funds Series.”

• The Orlando Sentinel cited the Hand Art Center in the April 23 story, “Orlando 2022-23 Arts Season Preview: Art Museums & Galleries.”

• Hometown News cited Stetson’s Gillespie Museum in the April 20 post, “Volusia Art Notes.”

Chaz Underriner, PhD

• The West Volusia Beacon cited Chaz Underriner, Ph.D., assistant professor of Digital Arts, and Stetson’s game design program in the April 25 story, “School News.”

• Politico, VN Explorer and other media outlets cited Stetson in the April 25 story, “DeSantis had beef with the College Board. Now Florida wants its own tests.”

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.

• Orlando Business Journal profiled alumnus Michael Stewart in the April 21 story, “2023 40 Under 40: Michael Stewart of Barr Financial Services.”

• Get About Columbia profiled alumna Jennifer Judkins in the April 22 post, “Former Wilmington teacher: Woburn technology director Judkins takes over as school system’s top CFO.”

• Suncoast News Network profiled alumna Cameron Parker in the April 21 story, “New principal announced for Booker Elementary.”

• NaijaOnPoint profiled Stetson alumna Kim Barclay in the April 24 story, “Who Is Zach Johnson Wife? Relationship Timeline and Net Worth 2023 Explored.”