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MSU Denver faculty in the media

Members share their expertise with the community.

By Tim Carroll

January 8, 2019

Lisa HaganThe MSU Denver faculty brain trust reaches almost every corner of the academic spectrum, and we are always proud to see Roadrunners sharing their knowledge. Each month, the Early Bird highlights a few faculty members who have served as subject-matter experts on timely news topics – providing dynamic perspectives on critical issues.

Here’s a sampling from December:

Whitney Traylor, associate professor of management and an attorney, interviewed with 9News on Dec. 28 recapping the top nine legal issues in 2018 he addressed during his ongoing segments.

A CBS4 interview with Randi Smith, professor of psychology, addressing the psychological phenomenon called “phantom ringing syndrome” (where users think their cellphone is ringing or vibrating when it’s not) was republished by Bustle on Dec. 21.

Aaron Richmond, professor of psychology, co-wrote an article for Inside Higher Ed on Dec. 12 about the appropriate use of technology in classrooms and what research reveals.

Lisa Hagan, professor of psychology, visited with Denver7 on Dec. 10 to discuss the impact of excess screen time on young children and how parents can manage it.

Norman Provizer, professor of political science, interviewed with Denver7’s “Politics Unplugged” on Dec. 9 about the legacy of President George H.W. Bush and his connection to Colorado.

For a full list of faculty featured as experts in the media, visit MSU Denver in the News.

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