MTSU faculty and staff experts contributed their knowledge to various national media outlets recently, sounding off on presidential debates, competing heavy equipment firms, caffeine addiction and the challenge of explaining 9/11 to small children.
Dr. Larry Burriss, a journalism professor, stated his views on the town hall format in presidential debates for an article in Variety magazine. His commentary is available here.
Dr. Justin Gardner, an associate professor of agribusiness, compared farm equipment companies John Deere and Caterpillar for U.S. News and World Report. Gardner’s quotes can be accessed here.
Dr. Andrew Polk, a history professor and coordinator of history education, described how to explain the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on America to schoolchildren for Raycom Media. The story can be read here.
Lisa Schrader, director of health promotion, explained how college students can know when they’re addicted to caffeine for www.more.com. Her quotes are available here.
MTSU Director of Athletics Chris Massaro talked about college football conference realignment in this article by the New York Times. His quotes are available here.
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