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Selected Media Coverage: October 13, 2008

CNN.com, 9/29/2008
Can you trust your email?

Liuba Belkin, assistant professor of management, discusses a study she co-authored about email deception. International coverage included features in a U.S. News & World Report blog and a Scientific American podcast.


Liuba Belkin


Discovery Channel, 9/25/2008
Collapse: When Structures Fail

The new show about infrastructure vulnerabilities visits with scientists at Lehigh University's ATLSS Center.



ATLSS


The Philadelphia Inquirer, 10/8/2008
Voting process is undemocratic

Richard K. Matthews and Frank Davis, professors of political science, co-author an op-ed about abandoning the Electoral College.


The Inquirer


Popular Mechanics, 10/1/2008
Fringe's Fiery New Eruption Puzzles Materials Scientists

Alan Pense, professor emeritus of material science at Lehigh University's ATLSS Research Center, discusses high-melting-point steels and other "superstrong materials."


Alan Pense


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

  • George DuPaul, professor of school psychology, in the APA Monitor
  • Henri Barkey, Bernard L. and Bertha F. Cohen Professor of International Relations, in The Washington Times
  • Ted Morgan, Distinguished University Professor of Political Science in The Cleveland Plain-Dealer (Associated Press)
  • Jack Lule, Joseph B. McFadden Distinguished Professor of Journalism, in The Guardian (UK)

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Posted on Monday, October 13, 2008

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