In the News: Mekelberg on Iran; Rishe on Athletics Abuse; Kleinman on Founding Gardeners

| November 30, 2011

Recent and upcoming coverage featuring Webster University faculty and staff includes:

Walker School of Business sports economics expert Patrick Rishe‘s article, “Athletic Departments Must Seek Collaborative Remedies for Sexual Abuse Within College Athletics,” was published Nov. 28 at Forbes.com. Rishe outlines the steps necessary to minimize the chance of abuses occurring at schools in the future. The firstĀ is to have athletic directors educate coaches and student-athletes alike on the red flag warning signals of potential abuse.

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Yossi Mekelberg, program director for International Relations, Webster-London, will appear Dec. 1 on the Aljazeera television program EmpireĀ Targeting Iran: “As the IAEA latest reports claims Iran could be on the path to developing nuclear weapons, what will Israel do?” Check the Aljazeera website for broadcast times.

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Assistant director of Undergraduate Advising Kim Kleinman‘s review of Founding Gardeners: The Revolutionary Generation, Nature, and the Shaping of the American Nation appears in Volume 98, Issue 3, of the Journal of American History.

Category: Faculty, Webster in the News

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