Stetson in the News: Nov. 17-23, 2023

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• The Daytona Times, Hometown News and WFTV cited Stetson’s Institute for Water and Environmental Resilience in the Nov. 16 story “USDA awards $25 million for Lake to Lagoon program.”

Stetson’s Institute for Water and Environmental Resilience continues to advance.

• The Gabber profiled Mason Clark, Bruce R. Jacob Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, in the Nov. 20 story “Meet Mason Clark: Stetson Professor by Day, Singer by Night.”

• The Daytona Times featured Stetson’s Symphony Orchestra, orchestra director Anthony Hose and Karen Coker-Merritt, DM, assistant professor of Music, Voice, in the Nov. 16 story “Stetson’s Symphony Orchestra to perform in Mount Dora Dec. 2.”

• Central Florida News 13 featured Stetson student Bella Degenhardt in the Nov. 22 broadcast segment “Students Help with In-home Care.” “I really enjoy spending time with people who I can connect with, and I think it’s really important to draw attention to the elderly care crisis in America right now,” Degenhardt said.

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Paul Croce, PhD

• The West Volusia Beacon on Nov. 20 published the commentary “Halloween: Learning across our differences, the scary edition” by Paul Croce, PhD, professor of History and American Studies.

• Action News Jax featured the late Stetson student and football player Trenton Stewart in the Nov. 16 story “Mother of Trenton Stewart establishes scholarships for students who will play college football.” PRLog featured Stewart in the Nov. 16 story “Investing in Kids (INK!) to administer Trenton William Stewart Legacy Scholarships.” The St. Augustine Record covered the story in the Nov. 16 report “Investing in Kids (INK!) opens Trenton William Stewart Legacy Scholarships for senior football players.” Radio station WOKV-AM cited Stewart in a Nov. 17 broadcast segment.

• Hometown News featured Stetson in the Nov. 16 story “Stetson named a ‘Green College.’ ”

• The West Volusia Beacon featured Christopher Bell, Ph.D., associate professor of Religious Studies, in the Nov. 20 story “Asian Thanksgiving celebrations and traditions.”

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• The West Volusia Beacon quoted Alan Green, PhD, associate professor and chair of Economics, and Global Development Program Director, and the Beacon quoted Sarah Cramer, PhD, assistant professor of Sustainable Food Systems, in the Nov. 22 story “Families struggling with finances: a look into this year’s unmet needs.” The story was written by recent Stetson grad Carmen Cruz.

• PreventionWeb interviewed Khushbu Mishra, PhD, assistant professor of Economics, in the Nov. 21 story “Agricultural credit, insurance, and climate change.”

Other Stories

• Social Vibes quoted Christopher Ferguson, PhD, professor of Psychology, in the Nov. 18 post “Genetic and Environmental Stimuli to Crime.”

Second Stage Theater

• HappeningNext cited Stetson’s Second Stage Theater in the Nov. 22 post “Winter Production of A Nightmare Before X-Mas!”

• The website cited Stetson Law in the Nov. 20 story “FIU Law triumphs in Inaugural Elder Law Moot Court Competition: Second team clinches championship after intense battles in Tallahassee.”

• SportsField Management cited Stetson in the Nov. 21 story “Chart a course to Daytona Beach for the 35th Annual SFMA Conference and Exhibition.”


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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

• Faith Talk Atlanta and more than 20 other media outlets featured the commentary “Tips to Show Christlike Love to Even the Most Difficult Family Members” by alumna Blair Parke.

• Business News Articles and Viv Media profiled Law alumnus Carlos Barboza in the Nov. 21 story “Carlos Barboza has been Inducted into the Prestigious Marquis Who’s Who Biographical Registry.”

• The Free Library on Nov. 20 published the story “Setting the Theater: The Challenge for America’s Theater Army” by alumnus Nathan Davis.

• The Picayune Item, the Selma Times-Journal and more than 80 other media outlets featured the Nov. 22 commentary “The Role of a DUI Defense Attorney in Your Case” by Law alumnus Barry Taracks.

• The Weekly Challenger featured alumna Briyanna Pierce in the Nov. 23 story “TOBA announces co-chairs for 2024 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership Breakfast.”