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Week of Feb. 6

February 13, 2012

  • The Associated Press cited professors Cheryl Hanna, Don Kreis and Pat Parenteau in a Feb. 11 story about whether the Vermont Attorney General will appeal a federal judge's decision rejecting the state's bid to close the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant.
  • SNL Financial spoke Feb. 10 with Professor Michael Dworkin about the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's role in policy and resource planning.
  • The New York Times ran a commentary on Feb. 9 by Professor Michael McCann about whether home-schooled students should be allowed to play for public school teams.
  • Greenwire spoke with Adjunct Professor Peter Bradford on Feb. 9 about the nuclear industry's safety record and fiscal health.
  • FRONTLINE talked to Professor Michael McCann on Feb. 9 about a class-action lawsuit aimed at NCAA profits.
  • The Christian Science Monitor, whose story was carried by Yahoo! News and other media, talked to Adjunct Professor Peter Bradford on Feb. 9 about the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's approval of the first nuclear power reactors in the United States in more than three decades.
  • Vermont Public Radio mentioned Professor Cheryl Hanna in a Feb. 9 story about the Vermont Commission on Women, whose chairwoman credited Hanna with influencing the commission's recent revision of the "Legal Rights of Women in Vermont" publication.
  • WBEZ Radio (Chicago) spoke with Professor Pat Parenteau on Feb. 9 about whether nesting bald eagles may force the Chicago Police Department to change the location of its proposed shooting range.
  • The Associated Press, whose story was picked up by Bloomberg Businessweek, Vermont Public Radio, WCAX and other media, reported Feb. 7 on the Institute for Energy and the Environment and two other Vermont groups receiving a $34 million contract from the Environmental Protection Agency to promote energy efficiency.
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