Providence College Media Highlights 2015-2016
Throughout the academic year, Providence College’s Office of Public Affairs, Community and Government Relations strategically connects the College’s experts (distinguished faculty members and staff) to local, regional, and national media outlets where they provide insightful analysis on timely news topics. PC Experts offer their expertise and commentary on economic and political issues, ground-breaking research, and on news making national and international headlines.
Below is a sampling of some of the faculty media hits from the 2015-2016 academic year:
NEW ENGLAND CABLE NEWS:
12.16.2015 – Dean Janet Castleman (SCE) : A Lifelong Learner.
ABC6 NEWS: 5.4.2013 – Dr. Joseph Cammarano (Political Science): Gallison resignation prompts talk of ethics reform.
4.11.2016 – Dr. Joseph Cammarano (Political Science): Bill Clinton to campaign in RI; Trump, Kasich maybes.
CBS 12 NEWS:
11.9.2015 – Dr. Patrick Kelly (Accountancy) : Here’s what you should know about daily fantasy sports.
NBC10 NEWS: 4.18.2016 – Dr. Tony Affigne (Political Science): Hillary Clinton courts RI Latino vote with Spanish-language ad. 3.24.2016 – Dr. Joseph Cammarano (Political Science): Raimondo ranked No.38 in Fortune’s ‘world’s greatest leaders’ list.
12.15.2015 – Ben Sweeney (Theatre, Dance and Film) : ‘Star Wars’ appeal spans genres, generations.
WSBE RHODE ISLAND PBS:
12.1.2015 – Dr. Tony Affigne (Political Science) : A Lively Experiment.
DAN YORKE STATE OF MIND CABLE SHOW: 10.14.2015 –Dr. Joseph Cammarano (Political Science) : Analysis of Democratic Presidential Debate.
WGBH BOSTON – PUBLIC RADIO:
8.5.2015 – Dr. Patrick Kelly (Accountancy) : Why Aren’t Any Casinos Open in Massachusetts?
NEWSTALK 630 WPRO AM:
RHODE ISLAND NPR:
4.20.2016 – Dr. Joseph Cammarano (Political Science) Clinton, Trump move to friendly states in next week’s primaries
11.2.2015 – Dr. Chard deNiord (English) : Providence College English Professor Named Vermont poet laureate
10.15.2015 – Dr. Joseph Cammarano (Political Science) : Lincoln Chafee: The debate fallout.
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS:
11.7.2015 – Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P. (President) : ‘Well-rounded’ still pays off.
11.17.2015 – Dr. Tony Affigne (Political Science) : Sidea Are Deeply Divided in RI on Taking Syrian Refugees.
THE ATLANTIC-CITY LAB: