Busch School Faculty in the Media

  • Lowest-ever fertility rates have complicated causes, no easy solutions, experts say

    Catherine Pakaluk, assistant professor, social research and economic thought, was quoted in Catholic News Agency about possible causes to why there is a low fertility rate in the U.S.

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  • "I believe we are created on purpose for a purpose" - ENN 2019-04-04

    Carly Fiorina, distinguished clinical professor, leadership, was interviewed on EWTN News Nightly on her teachings and knowledge of business.

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    EWTN News Nightly - 2019-04-01 - Full Episode with Lauren Ashburn

    Michael Pakaluk, acting dean, and ordinary professor, ethics and social philosophy, was interviewed on EWTN News Nightly about the Busch School of Business partnership with Carly Fiorina and his new book called, The Memoirs of St. Peter: A New Translation of the Gospel According to Mark.  

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  • Economist says technology good for American dream

    Jay Richards, research assistant professor, social research, was quoted in KTVQ about how technology is good for America and the economy.

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  • What on earth is a ‘social justice hackathon’?

    Elizabeth Shaw, assistant director of special academic programs, Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship, was quoted in a Catholic News Story covering the Ciocca Center’s Novak Symposium.

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  • States seek to tackle student debt

    Carly Fiorina, who was announced as a distinguished clinical professor this week, was mentioned in Politico’s Morning Education brief.

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  • Remaking Higher Ed From Within

    The business school was mentioned in an Inside Higher Ed story on ways colleges are aligning their missions with the needs of students.

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  • Bishop Burbidge consecrates new altar at Catholic University

    Joshua Barri, sophomore, business, was quoted in a Catholic News Service story on the consecration of the altar in St. Michael Chapel in Maloney Hall, home of the business school.

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  • The Abortion Rate in the U.S. Is Declining

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, business, was interviewed on EWTN News Nightly on the decline in abortion rates in the United States.

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  • We Have Some Idea What Americans Think about Abortion

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, business, published commentary in National Review on polls, public opinion, and abortion.

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  • Jay W.  Richards, Ph.D. Headshot

    Science's godless problem

    Jay Richards, assistant research professor, business, was quoted in a Washington Times story on Stephen Hawking’s premise that there is no God. The story quotes his book The Human Advantage.

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  • Jay W.  Richards, Ph.D. Headshot

    Integrating Catholic Social Teaching With Economics and Natural Science

    Jay Richards, assistant research professor, business, published commentary in Public Discourse on integrating Catholic Social Teaching with economics and natural science.

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  • Life on the Ballot This Year in Oregon and West Virginia

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, business, published commentary in National Review Online on a pair of pro-life ballot propositions in West Virginia and Oregon.

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  • New York Times Op-Ed Reveals Ideological Bias among University Administrators

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, business, published commentary in the National Review online about ideological bias among University administrators.

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  • Catholic U. professor leads response to French president’s remark on large families

    Catherine Pakaluk, assistant professor, business, was quoted in a Catholic News Agency article about a hashtag she started after French President Emmanuel Macron asked to see “the woman who decided, being perfectly educated, to have seven, eight, or nine children.” She was also quoted in the Washington Post, Daily Signal, America magazine, a syndicated column by Kathryn Lopez, and appeared on EWTN News Nightly.

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  • The Health 202: Reversing Roe wouldn't criminalize abortion everywhere

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, business, was quoted in a Washington Post story on what the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh could mean for the future of laws related to abortion.

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  • Guttmacher Reports Conflicting Findings on Trends in Teen Sexual Activity

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, business, published commentary in National Review Online about two studies on trends in teen sexual activity that appear to contradict each other.

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    The Key Interview Question: Tell Me Your Origin Story

    Jack Yoest, assistant professor, business, wrote about a lecture at Catholic University by marketing guru Seth Godin and his advice on sharing one’s origin story for The Stream.

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  • Hill.TV Conducts a Useful Survey on Americans’ Abortion Views

    Michael New, visiting assistant professor, business, published a blog at National Review on a new survey on abortion views.

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    We Ran a Test on How to Become a Better Writer. Here's What We Found.

    Jack Yoest, assistant professor, management, published an article on how to become a better writer in The Stream. It was based on a presentation from University Research Day.

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  • New Vatican document on economy given high marks in U.S.

    William Bowman, dean, business and economics, was quoted in a Catholic News Service article about the new Vatican document on the economy, “Considerations for an Ethical Discernment Regarding Some Aspects of the Present Economic-Financial System.”

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  • After Cecile Richards, What’s in Store for Planned Parenthood?

    William Bowman, dean, Busch School of Business and Economics, was quoted in a National Catholic Register story about Planned Parenthood and its former CEO, Cecile Richards.

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  • Cooking up New Businesses With Mess Hall

    The school’s partnership with Mess Hall was featured on WUSA9’s Great Day Washington show. Robert Keith, assistant professor and co-founder of The Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship, was interviewed by Great Day Washington

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  • Jay W.  Richards, Ph.D. Headshot

    Toys R Us Contributes to Its Corporate Death Wish

    Jay W. Richards, research assistant professor, business and economics, had an op-ed about the demise of Toys R Us, which is closing all of its 735 American stores, published in the National Catholic Register.

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    Andreas Widmer delivers Cuthbert Allen Lecture at Belmont Abbey College

    Andreas Widmer, director of the Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship, was interviewed in the Catholic News Herald on the annual Cuthbert Allen Lecture he delivered at Belmont Abbey College.

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  • Food incubator teams up with local business school for mentoring, internships

    The Washington Business Journal and National Catholic Reporter covered the business school’s partnership with a local business through a learning lab.

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  • Jay W.  Richards, Ph.D. Headshot

    2018 Index of Economic Freedom: Mostly Good News for the US

    Jay Richards, assistant research professor, business, published an article on the 2018 index of economic freedom in the Stream.

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  • Stewart McHie discusses the Super Bowl ads

    Stewart McHie, director, MSBA program, was interviewed on the Drew Mariani Show on Relevant Radio about Super Bowl commercials.

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  • Brian T. Engelland, Ph.D. Headshot

    Can Rosa's Fresh Pizza, a hit with Ellen DeGeneres, spark revitalization in Philadelphia's University City

    Brian Engelland, Edward J. Pryzbyla Chair of Business and Economics, was quoted in a Philadelphia Enquirer story on Rosa’s Pizza, a business he references in his book Force for Good.

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  • Brian T. Engelland, Ph.D. Headshot

    6 ways to develop virtue in the workplace

    Brian Engelland, Edward J. Pryzbyla Chair of Business and Economics, was interviewed by Relevant Radio about how to develop virtue in the workplace.

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