Experts in the News: COVID-19
WTEN's Samantha DiMascio (left) virtually interviews School of Public Health Dean David Holtgrave. (Photo courtesy of WTEN)
ALBANY, N.Y. (March 20, 2020) – As we continue to see rising numbers of COVID-19 cases, local, national and international media outlets are turning to UAlbany faculty for expert insight from a number of different perspectives related to the virus.
Here’s a round-up of UAlbany faculty expertise in the news:
- March 21: Theodore Wilson of the School of Criminal Justice offered insight to the Daily Beast about COVID-19's impact on the justice system
- March 20: College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity Dean offered insight to the Pew Charitable Trusts on state and federal coronavirus response
- March 20: School of Public Health Dean David Holtgrave spoke to WTEN - News Channel 10 on the effectiveness of social distancing
- March 20: Jen Manganello of the School of Public Health wrote an op-ed for Scary Mommy on the challenges families with children who have disabilities face during COVID-19
CEHC's Sam Penta interviewed last week with CBS 6 - WRGB at University Hall about COVID-19 and social media. (Photo by Mike Nolan)
- March 18: Louise-Anne McNutt from the Institute for Health and the Environment published an op-ed in the Times Union about long distance relationships with parents during COVID-19 - March 18
- March 18: Sam Penta of the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity interviewed live on WCNY’s Capitol Pressroom about human behaviors and the importance of social distancing
- March 18: Jennifer Manganello of the School of Public Health joined a podcast on Policy Viz about verifying information around COVID-19
- March 17: David Turetsky of the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity offered insight to the Times Union about cybersecurity challenges while people are working from home
- March 17: Rukhsana Ahmed of the Department of Communication offered insight to Refinery29 about how to convince your parents to stay home
- March 16: John Forsyth of the Department of Psychology spoke to the Washington Post about tips for emotional resilience during the COVID-19 crisis
- March 15: Kajal Lahiri of the Department of Economics offered insight to U.S. News and World Report on the impact of COVID-19 to the New York State economy
- March 14: Jennifer Weil Malatras of the Psychological Services Center wrote a blog post for Psychology Today about parenting in a pandemic
- March 13: School of Public Health Dean David Holtgrave was live on WTEN – News Channel 10 to discuss the current state of COVID-19 in the Capital Region; he also spoke with WNYT - News Channel 13 (March 17) about the importance of social distancing
Visit our COVID-19 website to learn more about the University’s response and other relevant information.
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