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CGU in the News, Oct. 26 – Nov. 9

Religion Prof. Patrick Mason in Reuters story on Mormons and the military

Religion Prof. Patrick Mason in Washington Post story Mormon enthusiasm over chance of Romney presidency

Politics and Economics Prof. Jean Schroedel in Bloomberg story on the Republican problem with women voters

The Week quotes Politics and Economics Prof. Jean Schroedel in story on how Republicans can change to win back a majority

Claremont-La Verne Patch announces CGU alumni who won Nov. 6 elections

Economics Prof. Paul Zak in New Scientist story on the evolution of good and evil (full text)

Education Prof. Carl Cohn in EdSource on why campaign contributors should make matching donations to schools

Washington Post column mentions CGU event examining women's ordination

Economics Prof. Paul Zak in Digital Journal column on tests to show if your man wants sex with other women

Whittier Daily News bio on alumna Cristina Garcia, candidate for 58th assembly district

Drucker School Prof. Jean Lipman-Blumen in Huffington Post column on women and connective leadership

Rafu Shimpo announces 2011 Kate Tufts Discovery Award winner Atsuro Riley as winner of the 2012 Whiting Award

CGU on the red carpet at the National Women's History Museum Cocktail Reception

Cal Poly Pomona student newspaper interviews recruiter Albert Ramos at CPP grad fair

Rick Wartzman of the Drucker Institute in Forbes on the importance (or not) of organizational leaders

 

Psychology Prof. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi cited in Salon story on whether television brainwashes Americans

San Clemente Times remembers alumnus LeRoy Foote

Adjunct Art Prof. Anne Bray in KCET discussion on artists using new media to foster collective creativity

Religion Prof. Patrick Mason in KQED story on Mormon support for Romney in California

Economics Prof. Paul Zak in United Church Observer story on decoding our good side

Claremont Courier announces talks at CGU by Fr. Roy Bourgeois

Daily Bulletin's coverage of Father Roy Bourgeois' talk on women in the Catholic church

MinnPost features nonprofit that won $100,000 award from Drucker Institute

Jeanne's Writing Desk blog announces CGU Foothill poetry journal's call for submissions

Clerical Whispers blog on Father Roy Bourgeois' talk on women's ordination

Artdaily announces exhibition by MFA alumnus Macha Suzuki

Economics Prof. Paul Zak blogs in Psychology Today on crowdsourcing mistakes

Religion Prof. Patrick Mason in PR Week story on emergence of Romney video

Religion Prof. Patrick Mason in Newsmax story on emergence of Romney video

Psychology Prof. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi cited in Market Watch's investor survival plan for election day

Pasadena Star-News on technology Prof. Samir Chatterjee's health care symposium

Customer Think Q&A with Drucker School alumnus Mark Schaefer

Juxtapoz Magazine features illustrations by MFA alumnus Steve Kim

Alumnus Thomas West to appear on C-Span's BookTV

Education alumna wins the vote for California's 58th Assembly District

Psychology Prof. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi cited in Fast Company story on one hit wonders

Former Politics & Economics student Tom Cotton wins US House seat out of Arkansas

Drucker School Prof. Jay Prag writes column for Daily Bulletin on government and the economy

Inland Empire Magazine profiles alumnus Larry Burgess

Phys Org examines research by student Matt Dubin on what Facebook reveals about our relationships

In case you missed it

Video: Drucker Business Forum on the challenges of women in the workplace

Video: Guest speaker Father Roy Bourgeois discusses his support for women's ordination

Video: Guest speaker Father Roy Bourgeois discusses his work with the School of the Americas Watch

Video: Guest lecture by Eric Smadja on the debate between psychoanalysis and anthropology

Video: Carissa Gibson, violin, performs works by Beethoven, Brahms and Franck

Video: Kate Lisman and Mark Uranker perform works by Beethoven, Bloch, Piazzolla, and Shchedrin

Photo Gallery: CISAT, Scripps College partner to encourage girls to consider careers in computing and technology

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