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Tue, 06/25/2024

Communication studies expert can comment on high-stakes presidential debate

The stakes for the first presidential debate June 27 between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump could hardly be higher, according to Robert Rowland, expert in presidential rhetoric and debate and KU professor of communication studies.
Thu, 05/23/2024

Expert on Iranian artists can comment on Cannes director drama

Iranian director Mohammad Rasoulof showed up unexpectedly at the 2024 Cannes Film Festival. He may never be able to go home. KU researcher Rana Esfandiary, author of “At the Threshold: Contemporary Theatre, Art and Music of Iran,” can discuss developments with media.
Wed, 04/03/2024

Voters' rejection of stadium funding indictment of teams' public campaign, communications professor says

Journalism professor can comment on amendment's failure, communication plans, what comes next.
Mon, 03/04/2024

Media advisory: New book chronicles successful business model for rural newspapers

Teri Finneman, associate professor of journalism, can discuss book that details experiment with new newspaper business model, how it can pave the way for rural news organizations.
Thu, 02/22/2024

Upcoming WTO conference addressing vital issues, can reverse existential crisis, international trade law expert says

Raj Bhala can discuss the upcoming 13th World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference with media.
Wed, 02/07/2024

Media Advisory: Monarch Watch experts at KU available to discuss Feb. 7 announcement of low numbers in monarch butterfly population

Today, authorities in Mexico City announced that the size of the eastern monarch butterfly population that overwinters in Mexico is the second smallest on record. The numbers are so low that few monarchs will be seen this coming summer in many parts of the U.S. and Canada.
Tue, 01/23/2024

Media advisory: KU expert part of new National Education Technology Plan can discuss new guidelines

The U.S. Department of Education released the latest version of the National Education Technology Plan on Jan. 22, a guideline for schools and educators across the country to use technology to improve education and access for all students. James Basham, professor of special education at the University of Kansas, was...

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