In the News: Jensen on Presidential Debates; Hellinger in Times on Venezuela

| October 3, 2012

Webster faculty in the news

Recent news media coverage featuring Webster University faculty includes:

Scott Jensen, head of the forensic and debate team at Webster University, is in the news lately as reporters prepare for the United States presidential debates. The Denver Post turned to Jensen for historical perspective on what works in televised debates.

St. Louis TV station Fox-2 also turned to Jensen for insights on debate strategy in a segment about introducing students to the debates.

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Dan Hellinger, professor of political science, was quoted in a New York Times article about how Venezuela’s closure of its consulate in Miami could impact the results of Hugo Chavez’s tightly contested re-election contest.

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