A&S in the Media

2021

A&S in the Media, 2021

Devourer of Storms: Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Feeds on Smaller Storms
Brinkwire (mentions Timothy Dowling, Physics & Astronomy)

Governor makes appointments to Kentucky boards, commissions and to 49th Judicial Circuit
KY Forward (mentions Tyler Fleming, History & Pan-African Studies)

Jupiter’s large red spot can be found by devouring minor storms
VAAJU, Remo News, (mentions Timothy Dowling, Physics & Astronomy)

Gov. Beshear Makes Appointments to Kentucky Boards and Commissions
WTVQ (mentions Tyler Fleming, History & Pan-African Studies)

Open Studio Weekend by Louisville Visual Art
Kentucky Monthly (mentions Hite Art Institute)

How To Support Racial Justice, Diversity and Activism This Week In Louisville (3/22) 
LEO (mentions Brandon McCormack, Pan-African Studies)

Gov. Beshear makes appointments to Kentucky Boards and Commissions 
WBKO (mentions Tyler Fleming, History & Pan-African Studies)

Silent no more
KPFA Berkeley, Pacifica Radio (features Cynthia Ganote, Sociology)

Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research partnered with Squallis Puppeteers to develop a new play about the life and legacy of Anne Braden
(mentions ABI)

Jupiter's Great Red Spot feeds on smaller storms 
Science Daily mentions Timothy Dowling, Physics & Astronomy)

Jupiter's Great Red Spot may survive by gobbling up smaller storms 
SPACE, MSN.com, SpaceRef (mentions Timothy Dowling, Physics & Astronomy)

KMAC Celebrates 40th Anniversary With New Exhibitions, Book 
WFPL (mentions Elmer Lucille Allen, Ché Rhodes, Fine Arts)

Tending a different field 
The Daily Independent (mentions psychology alum Janna Imel)

White County detectives complete advanced training Sparta Live (mentions Southern Police Institute, at the University of Louisville)

A&S freezes spending amid $1.6 million budget shortfall The Louisville Cardinal (mentions David Owen)

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Feeds On Smaller Storms 
Science Mag, Eurika Alert, 7th Space (mentions Timothy Dowling, Physics & Astronomy)

A Louisville Brunch Sunday Honored Legacy Of Breonna Taylor 
Spectrum News1 (mentions alum Angel McCoughtry, University of Louisville)

Remembering the Legacy of Civil and Human Rights Activist Anne Braden
Spectrum News1 (mentions Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research)

‘We are in the fight of our lives’: Why young activists are pushing for racial justice
Courier Journal (mentions UofL students, including Maliya Homer, Pan-African Studies)

Cardinals Retain Kentucky Derby Festival Royal Court Duties 
Kentucky AG Connection (mentions A&S students Giavanna Combs and Leah Hazelwood)

How To Support Racial Justice, Diversity and Activism This Week In Louisville (3/8) - AAI Presents Criminal Justice Summit 2021. LEO (mentions Cherie Dawson-Edwards, Criminal Justice)

LMPD chief discusses police reform during criminal justice summit 
WDRB (mentions Cherie Dawson-Edwards, Criminal Justice)

Criminal justice summit addresses changes within Metro Police Department
WHAS11 (mentions Cheri Dawson-Edwards, Criminal Justice)

LMPD trying to balance efforts to rebuild community trust while reducing violent crime 
WLKY (mentions Cherie Dawson-Edwards, Criminal Justice)

Maker’s Mark Celebrates Women’s History Month with Margie Samuels Founder’s Bottle – Proceeds Help Women of Color Entrepreneurs 
Distillery Trail (mentions alum Margie Samuels, Chemistry)

Great Sphinx of Egypt Gazes Precisely Eastward Welcoming Sun on 30th Parallel.Blog Talk Radio (mentions Professor Emeritus K.L. Gauri, Geography & Geosciences)

Scholars reflect on Black experience in America
News and Tribune (mentions W.S. Tkweme, Pan-African Studies)

How American school systems destroy Black students and educators
Courier Journal (mentions Ricky Jones, Pan-African Studies)

‘The Power of Misinformation’: Examining another pandemic that plagues our world
The Daily Campus (mentions Adam Enders, Political Science)

Americans must commit to democracy Springfield News-Leader (op-ed by history and political science alum Kenneth L. Chumbley)

Disinformation Fuels Distrust And Even Violence At All Levels Of Government
NPR and multiple other outlets (mentions Adam Enders, Political Science)

Push to increase felony theft threshold: A step for criminal justice reform in KY  
WTVQ (mentions alum Amanda Hall)

Louisville leaders discuss lessons from past and present calls for social justice
WAVE3 (mentions Ricky Jones, Pan-African Studies)

Panel looks at similarities between 1968 protests and 2020 protests for racial justice in Louisville
WDRB (mentions Ricky Jones, Pan-African Studies)

I Read the Perfect Book While Riding Out the Frigid Texas Power Grid Massacre
Curious (mentions Andreas Elpidorou, Philosophy)

Fannie Lou Hamer, Heritage Grains And Cooking In A Blackout
Earth Eats (mentions Priscilla McCutcheon, Pan African Studies)

Listen: NIMH, NEDA's Innovation in Eating Disorder Treatment, Awareness
Government CIO (mentions Cheri Levinson, Eating Anxiety Treatment Lab)

Just Do Nothing: Why Being Bored Can Be Good
Jumpstart (mentions Andreas Elpidorou, University of Louisville)

Understanding journalism (or its absence) in the Age of Conspiracy
Poynter (mentions Adam Enders, Political Science)

Wife of Humana co-founder died from COVID-19 8 weeks after her 'soulmate
 WLKY (mentions A&S Hall of Honor inductees David and Betty Jones)

New polling suggests Kentuckians support amendment to automatically restore voting rights
KY Forward, Norther Kentucky Tribune (mentions Gennaro F. Vito, University of Louisville Department of Criminal Justice)

Louisville aims to convert several 1-way streets to 2-way traffic
WDRB (mentions Hans Gilderbloom, Urban & Public Affairs)

Donald Trump versus Mitch McConnell: Tension could make 2022 election messy for Republicans
USA Today (mentions Adam Enders, Political Science)

New equity ordinance asks Mayor Fischer for more walk, less talk
WDRB (mentions Ricky Jones, Pan-African Studies)

Scholars reflect on Black experience in America
Kokomo Tribune, Terre Haute Tribune Star (mentions W.S. Tkweme, Pan-African Studies)

Muhammad Ali Boulevard, Chestnut Street could become two-way streets
WAVE3 (mentions Hans Gilderbloom, Urban & Public Affairs)

New polling suggests Kentuckians support amendment to automatically restore voting rights
KY Forward, Northern Kentucky Tribune (mentions Gennaro F. Vito, Criminal Justice)

The KPFA Evening News
KPFA Berkeley, Pacifica Radio (Cynthia Ganote, Sociology, provides analysis of Biden's first 100 days)

Pollution is a form of racial injustice crippling western Louisville
Courier-Journal (coauthored by John Gilderbloom, Urban & Public Affairs)

West Louisville center remains spot for social justice organizing for more than 50 years
WHAS11 (mentions Cate Fosl, Director of Anne Braden Center for Social Justice Research)

Louisville shows this week: Joan Baez, the African American Theatre Company & more
Courier Journal (mentions University of Louisville African American Theatre Program)

Brown Forman's first Black chemist Elmer Lucille Allen adds more than math to Louisville's history
WHAS11 (mentions University of Louisville)

Panelists discuss racism in Louisville as part of Frazier's 'Let's Talk: Bridging the Divide' program
WHAS11 (mentions UofL, Neeli Bendapudi, Ricky Jones)

Panel discusses bridging racial divide in Louisville: '2021 is going to tell us a lot 
WLKY (mentions University of Louisville, Dr. Ricky Jones, Dr. Neeli Bendapudi)

Two representatives from University of Louisville named to Bingham Fellows Class of 2021
KY Forward (mentions University of Louisville, Cherie Dawson-Edwards, Michael Wade Smith)

What To See: Gallery Roundup
LEO (mentions UL Hite Arts Institute-Cressman Center for Visual Art, “Mirabilia: A Cabinet of Curiosities”, Mitch Eckert)

16+ events and ways to celebrate Black History Month in Louisville
The Courier Journal mentions The Harlem Renaissance Fast Class with Prof. David Anderson and the African American Theatre Program Virtual Cafe Open Mic.

U of L Provost hosts panel to discuss presidential succession
The Louisville Cardinal (mentions Beth Boehm (English), Jason Gainous (Political Science), and Jasmine Farrier (Political Science)

Storming of the Capitol exposes biases of federal government
The Louisville Cardinal (mentions Dewey Clayton)

Prof: 'All' Republicans are 'guilty' of Capitol attack; should be 'forced to shut the hell up'
Campus Reform, The Washington Free Beacon, Conservative Angle, and other outlets (mentions University of Louisville, Ricky Jones)

Three-time UofL alumna wins prestigious history award, inspires a new generation of Cardinals
KY Forward (mentions Jami McCoy Allen, a three-time University of Louisville alumna, Dr. Tracy K’Meyer)

A&S Dean search put on hold after candidate declines offer
The Louisville Cardinal (mentions Neeli Bendapudi and Provost Beth Boehm, David Owen)

Egocentric victimhood is linked to support for Trump, study finds
Psy Post (mentions Adam M. Enders, University of Louisville)

Kentuckians concerned that impeachment is becoming a political weapon
WDRB (mentions University of Louisville, Dewey Clayton)

New Film, Activism & Other Ky. MLK Day Events In Louisville
WFPL, WKMS (mentions University of Louisville’s African American Theatre Program)

MLK Day Virtual Celebration
LEO (mentions UofL African American Theatre Program)

‘Invocation’ By Shae Goodlett
LEO (mentions alum Shae Goodlett, UofL MFA program)

New research shows the connection between political victimhood and White support for Trump
The Washington Post (mentions Adam M. Enders)

Police chief's past sows doubts in wake of Taylor's death
ABC 4News, FOX17 and multiple other outlets (mentions Ricky L. Jones)

Two MLK celebrations planned for Hopkins County
The Messenger (mentions alum Terrance Sullivan, political science alumnus)

Republicans should be 'forced to shut the hell up' after 'right-wing raid' on Capitol, professor says in op-ed
The Blaze, USSA News (mentions Ricky L. Jones)

Here are 10+ events and ways to help you celebrate MLK Day in Louisville
Courier Journal (mentions UofL African American Theatre Program, Cherie Dawson-Edwards)

As Jewish historians, we see only one path forward — Trump must be removed from office
Forward (mentions Ranen Omer-Sherman, UofL)

How To Support Racial Justice, Diversity and Activism This Week In Louisville (1/11)
LEO (mentions Lauren Freeman, UofL’s Master of Arts program in Health Care Ethics)

'This is the time' | Louisville community activist to run for mayor, experts say more Black leaders might follow
WHAS11 (mentions Dewey Clayton)

'This cannot go on in a democracy': Kentucky politics professors call for Trump removal
Courier Journal - Mentions Prof. Jason Gainous (Political Science)

Police chief's past sows doubts in wake of Taylor's death
US News & World Report, Idaho Press, WDBO and multiple other outlets - Mention Prof. Ricky Jones (Pan-African Studies)

This Week In Conversation: DC Riots, State and Local Changes
WFPL - Mentions Prof. Dewey Clayton (Political Science)

2020

A&S in the Media, 2020

3 Ways to Add Value to Online Instruction and Redefine Student Success
ED Tech - Mentions Prof. Karen Freberg (Communication)

Portugal’s Cave: Piecing Together a Narrative, Illuminating the Lives of Modern Human Ancestors
Finding Genius Podcast - Mentions Prof. Jonathan Haws (Anthropology)

Have Louisville's racial justice protests swayed public opinion?
Courier Journal (Dec 30) - Mentions UofL Tracy K’Meyer (History), Cherie Dawson-Edwards (Criminal Justice)

JCPS Graduates Reflect On Integrating: ‘We Can’t Let It Get Like That Again’
WFPL 12/1/20 - Prof. Tracy K'Meyer (History) quoted.

Homo-sapiens meets Neanderthal?
G-Geschiedenis - Mentions Prof. Jonathan Haws (Anthropology)

'This is a very dangerous time in the history of our country': Louisville political experts weigh in on D.C. riots
WHAS11 - Mentions Prof. Jason Gainous (Political Science)

Actor from Louisville shares career journey before landing Christmas movie Jingle Jangle
WAVE3, WBKO (Dec18) - mentions alum Justin Cornwell (Theatre Arts)

Voters often imagine fraud, but political leaders don’t
(Stars and Stripes, 11/13/20) Co-authored by Prof. Adam Enders (Political Science).

Shop Local: 5 self-care gift ideas from Louisville shops to soothe your 2020 anxiety
(Courier Journal, 11/13/20) Prof. John Gilderbloom's (Urban & Public Affairs) Chromatic Homes coloring book recommended.

Trump's Not the First Politician Who Refused to Concede
(Governing, 11/13/20) Prof. Dewey Clayton (Political Science) quoted.

‘Glossary’: drama, layers
(LEO Weekly, 11/18/20) Piece on Prof. Ian Stansel (English)'s new short story collection, Glossary for the End of Days.

UofL’s new African American Theatre Program director connects humanity through performing arts
(KYForward, 11/19/20) Profile of Prof. Sidney Edwards (Theatre Arts), new director of the UofL African American Theatre Program.

3 Ways to Add Value to Online Instruction and Redefine Student Success
(EdTech, 11/19/20) Prof. Karen Freberg (Communication) quoted.

Searching for the real Appalachia in Netflix’s ‘Hillbilly Elegy’
(Washington Post, 11/20/20) Co-authored by Prof. Carson Byrd (Sociology).

Joe Biden’s harshest critics are likely to be some of his fellow Catholics
(Washington Post, 11/30/20) Authored by Prof. Theresa Keeley (History).

Annual Open Studio Weekend Postponed Due To COVID-19
(WFPL, 11/2/20) Hite Art Institute mentioned.

Fellsmere Lieutenant Scott Newsom recognized as Officer of the Year
(Sebastian Daily, 11/3/20) Southern Police Institute mentioned.

President Donald Trump handily wins Kentucky once again
(Courier Journal, 11/3/20) Prof. Dewey Clayton (Political Science) discusses a shift in dynamics from 2016.

Female big-game hunters may have been surprisingly common in the ancient Americas
(Science News, 11/4/20) Prof. Ashley Smallwood (Anthropology) quoted.

Election anxiety is turning us into TV zombies. How can we save ourselves?
(Courier Journal, 11/4/20) Undergraduate student Zachary Frye (Political Science) talks about election anxiety.

Discovery of 9,000-Year-Old Female Hunter in Peru Is Rewriting History
(Ancient Origins, 11/5/20) Prof. Ashley Smallwood (Anthropology) quoted.

What Teachers Should Do When QAnon Conspiracy Theories Come to Class
(Education Week, 11/6/20) Prof. Adam Enders (Political Science) provides recommendations to help teachers combat misinformation.

Frazier Museum exhibit honors suffragists as Vice President-elect Kamala Harris shatters glass ceiling
(WHAS, 11/8/20) Prof. Dewey Clayton (Political Science) quoted.

It's not unusual for voters to imagine fraud. But political leaders usually don't go along with it.
(NewsTimes, 11/12/20) Co-authored by Prof. Adam Enders (Political Science)

Louisville panel illustrates how art, throughout the years, has played a part in racial injustice
(WLKY, 11/12/20) Profs. Sidney Edwards (Theatre Arts) and Kaila Story (Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies/Pan African Studies) interviewed.

Annual Open Studio Weekend Postponed Due To COVID-19
(WFPL, 11/2/20) Hite Art Institute mentioned.

Fellsmere Lieutenant Scott Newsom recognized as Officer of the Year
(Sebastian Daily, 11/3/20) Southern Police Institute mentioned.

President Donald Trump handily wins Kentucky once again
(Courier Journal, 11/3/20) Prof. Dewey Clayton (Political Science) discusses a shift in dynamics from 2016.

Female big-game hunters may have been surprisingly common in the ancient Americas
(Science News, 11/4/20) Prof. Ashley Smallwood (Anthropology) quoted.

Election anxiety is turning us into TV zombies. How can we save ourselves?
(Courier Journal, 11/4/20) Undergraduate student Zachary Frye (Political Science) talks about election anxiety.

Discovery of 9,000-Year-Old Female Hunter in Peru Is Rewriting History
(Ancient Origins, 11/5/20) Prof. Ashley Smallwood (Anthropology) quoted.

What Teachers Should Do When QAnon Conspiracy Theories Come to Class
(Education Week, 11/6/20) Prof. Adam Enders (Political Science) provides recommendations to help teachers combat misinformation.

An ugly secret in Alabama: Police dog attacks
(Al.com, 10/13/20) Prof. Charlton Yingling (History) quoted.

In QAnon-linked US candidates, populism meets conspiracy
(Times of News, 10/16/20) Prof. Adam Enders (Political Science) quoted.

KPFA Evening News
(94.1 KPFA Berkeley 10/17/20) Prof. Cynthia Ganote (Sociology) discusses people's responses and susceptibility to fear campaigns in times of crisis. (Begins at 6:20 mark)

I Was Just Thinking: Long Seen as a Rising Star for GOP, Kentucky AG Now Faces Heat for Handling of Breonna Taylor Case
(Texas Metro News, 10/19/20) Prof. Ricky Jones (Pan African Studies) mentioned.

UofL to advance CO2 Reduction Research with DOE Grant
(Ky AG Connection, 10/19/20) Prof. Craig Grapperhaus (Chemistry) mentioned,

'Anti-racism' is 'where the world is going,' University of Louisville president says
(WDRB, 10/21/20) Prof. Ricky Jones (Pan African Studies) quoted.

How Donald Trump’s ‘America first’ agenda has damaged global human rights
(The Conversation, 10/22/20) Co-authored by Prof. Rodger Payne (Political Science).

With coronavirus cases surging again, fears of pandemic fatigue emerge in Kentucky
(Courier Journal, 10/22/20) Prof. Keith Lyle (Psychological and Brain Sciences) quoted

When Police Violence is a Dog Bite
(The Marshall Project, 10/2/20) Prof. Charlton Yingling (History) mentioned.

An ugly secret in Alabama: Police dog attacks
(Al.com, 10/13/20) Prof. Charlton Yingling (History) quoted.

In QAnon-linked US candidates, populism meets conspiracy
(Times of News, 10/16/20) Prof. Adam Enders (Political Science) quoted.

KPFA Evening News
(94.1 KPFA Berkeley 10/17/20) Prof. Cynthia Ganote (Sociology) discusses people's responses and susceptibility to fear campaigns in times of crisis. (Begins at 6:20 mark)

I Was Just Thinking: Long Seen as a Rising Star for GOP, Kentucky AG Now Faces Heat for Handling of Breonna Taylor Case
(Texas Metro News, 10/19/20) Prof. Ricky Jones (Pan African Studies) mentioned. 

UofL to advance CO2 Reduction Research with DOE Grant
(Ky AG Connection, 10/19/20) Prof. Craig Grapperhaus (Chemistry) mentioned,

'Anti-racism' is 'where the world is going,' University of Louisville president says
(WDRB, 10/21/20) Prof. Ricky Jones (Pan African Studies) quoted.

How Donald Trump’s ‘America first’ agenda has damaged global human rights
(The Conversation, 10/22/20) Co-authored by Prof. Rodger Payne (Political Science).

With coronavirus cases surging again, fears of pandemic fatigue emerge in Kentucky
(Courier Journal, 10/22/20) Prof. Keith Lyle (Psychological and Brain Sciences) quoted

Scholars Disappointed But Not Surprised by Grand Jury Decision in Breonna Taylor Case
(Diverse Education, 9/24/20) Prof. Ricky Jones (Pan African Studies) quoted.

The most dangerous conspiracy theory in 2020 isn’t about blood-sucking pedophiles
(Vox, 9/24/20) Prof Adam Enders (Political Science) mentioned.

Ky. Attorney General on Breonna Taylor Case
(Washington Post, 9/24/20) Prof. Dewey Clayton quoted.

Beneath the Surface: Supreme Court Nominee, Breonna Taylor Decision
(KFPK, 9/27/20) Prof. Cynthia Ganote (Sociology) discusses Breonna Taylor decision.

Modern humans reached westernmost Europe 5,000 years earlier than previously known
(9/28/20) Prof. Jonathan Haws (Anthropology) and team interviewed. 

Modern humans reached westernmost Europe 5,000 years earlier than previously known
(National Science Foundation, 9/29/20) Details the important discovery of Prof. Jonathan Haws (Anthropology) and team.

New Dates for Modern Human Arrival in Westernmost Europe
(Archaeology, 9/30/20) Prof. Jonathan Haws (Anthropology) quoted.

The Toll Of Multiple Crises Weighs On Louisvillians. But With Trauma, There Are Inequities
(WFPL, 10/6/20) Prof. Kalasia Ojeh (Pan African Studies) quoted. 

In Louisville, Looking to Protests of the Past to Move Forward
(New York Times, 10/6/20) Prof. Tracy K'Meyer (History) weighs in.