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  • Op-ed: After Hurricane Maria, a catch-22 for Puerto Rico

    The Jackson Sun | February 21, 2018

    Column quotes Tricia Wachtendorf, from UD's Disaster Research Center, who classified Hurricane Maria as a “catastrophic event,” rarer than a disaster.

  • Excess salt intake harms more than blood pressure

    Florida Today Online | February 20, 2018

    Article mentions research by William Farquhar, Kinesiology and Applied Physiology, which found consuming too much salt can adversely impact the heart, kidneys, blood vessels and brain.

  • UPS's Long-Tenured Board Members Are a Red Flag for Investors

    TheStreet | February 20, 2018

    Charles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, said he believes that directors should serve for approximately 15 years, but acknowledges that there are going to be circumstances where a director will serve longer than that.

  • NBC’s Olympic coverage has a gender gap problem over first 10 days

    FanSided | February 20, 2018

    Article mentions James Angelini, Communication, who is part of a group of researchers who have been tracking coverage of the Winter Games.

  • The good, the bad and the uncomfortable at PyeongChang

    Philadelphia Business Journal | February 20, 2018

    Business publication reports on a new study co-authored by James Angelini, Communication, which found male athletes have received “significantly” more screen time so far in the Winter Olympics. “I do have hope that the second week will see an increase in coverage of female athletes," he said.