Cleveland State University in the News: July 2014

CSU is making headlines. Check out the latest roundup of newsworthy stories and engaging buzz from the home of Engaged Learning:

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  1. Cleveland State University in the News: July 2014

    CSU is making headlines. Check out the latest roundup of newsworthy stories and engaging buzz from the home of Engaged Learning:
  2. CSU Experts Analyze Cleveland's Comeback

    With LeBron James homeward bound, Johnny Manziel already here and the Republican National Convention coming to town in 2016, media outlets from coast to coast turned to Cleveland State University experts for insights into our hometown's resurgence.

    Ned Hill, Ph.D., dean of CSU's Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, called Cleveland "an overnight sensation 30 years in the making" on CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper":

  3. Dean Hill also was quoted in a Bloomberg article on Cleveland's rust-belt reversal of fortune:
  4. Richey Piiparinen, senior research associate at CSU's Center for Population Dynamics, told The Los Angeles Times: "The GOP and LeBron are going to grease the skids on a process that's already started":
  5. Piiparinen also blogged about "the evolution of collective shame" for Huffington Post:
  6. Mark Souther, Ph.D., associate professor of history at CSU, discussed the impact of LeBron James' homecoming and the 2016 Republican National Convention on Cleveland's collective psyche with The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:
  7. In non-LeBron-James-related news, Souther discussed the history of marketing Cleveland on the WCPN FM/90.3 show "The Sound of Applause":
  8. Revisiting the Sheppard Case

    The 60th anniversary of Marilyn Sheppard's death drew attention to a new website devoted to the Sam Sheppard case, launched by CSU's Cleveland-Marshall College of Law:

  9. Patricia Falk, Ph.D., a Cleveland-Marshall College of Law professor, was interviewed by WCPN FM/90.3 for a story about the ongoing interest in the Shepard case:
  10. Making the Grade

    Julie Beers was named to Scene's Cleveland People 2014 list for her achievements as principal of Campus International School, a joint venture between CSU and the Cleveland Metropolitan School District:
  11. More CSU in the News

    Tom Humphrey, Ph.D., associate professor of history at CSU, dispelled Fourth of July myths on the WCPN FM/90.3 show "The Sound of Ideas":
  12. Elad Granot, Ph.D., assistant dean of MBA programs at CSU, said "relationships, achievement and status needs go beyond money" in a Plain Dealer story about a recent poll that found that most people would continue to work if they won a lottery:
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