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Selected Media Coverage: September 20, 2007


USA Today (AP), 9/3/2007
Non-drug help aids kids with ADHD

George DuPaul, professor of school psychology, and Lee Kern, program coordinator of special education, discuss the findings of a five-year study showing non-medicinal interventions are highly effective in helping to treat ADHD. A sidebar story lists techniques that can be used in treating the disorder.

Lee Kern
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Los Angeles Times, 9/6/2007
Leave Pakistan Alone

Rajan Menon, professor of international relations, argues in an op-ed that U.S. involvement in Pakistani affairs would taint any outcome to President Musharraf’s political crisis.

Raj Menon
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BusinessWeek, 9/17/2007
Can retirees afford this much risk?

Peter Gilbert, chief investment officer, says the growing popularity of hedge funds is reducing the diversification they can provide as managers increasingly compete for the same limited set of investments.

Peter Gilbert
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WPVI (ABC-Philadelphia), 9/11/2007
Lehigh / Iraq videoconference

To commemorate 9/11 and discuss new developments in the Middle East, Lehigh students and U.S. soldiers stationed in Iraq spoke with each other live in a videoconference.

Iraq Videoconference
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Other highlights of Lehigh in the News from this month include:

  • Henri Barkey, chair of the international relations department, talks about the Turkish elections in The Philadelphia Inquirer. A paper written by Barkey on the long-time prospects of Saudi oil was also cited in a UPI article.
  • Peter Gilbert and the role of CIO’s in higher education are discussed in an article titled “Making the Grade” in Institutional Investor.

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Posted on Thursday, September 20, 2007

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