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Maria Tcherni-Buzzeo, associate professor and director of the criminal justice Ph.D. program at the University of New Haven, gives a reality check on criminal trends.

Rewire: Citizen and Nextdoor Are Making Us All Vigilantes. Is That a Good Thing?

Gretchen Brown

John Rosen, adjunct professor of economics, comments on customer reactions to the People's United Bank merger.

New Haven Register: CT customers consider moving accounts from People's United Bank because of merger

Luther Turmelle

John Rosen, adjunct professor of economics, comments on the newest American Relief Plan.

KTVU: Stimulus payments, tax credits, rental assistance included in $1.9 trillion relief bill

Jesse Gary

Lorenzo Boyd, vice president for diversity and inclusion and chief diversity officer, comments on the upcoming Derek Chauvin trial and sweeping changes for police reform.

Axios: Convicting police officers is rare — even when caught on video

Russell Contreras, Torey Van Oot

David Sacco, practitioner in residence for finance, talks about how the stimulus will help boost the economy and help those who are still without a job.

NBC Connecticut: What the Coronavirus Relief Package Means for Conn.

Mike Massaro

Rowena Track '87 M.S., Board of Governors member, is the CEO of the Boys & Girls Club of Stamford.

The Ridgefield Press: 'This is what I was meant to do:' New head of Boys & Girls Club puts financial savvy to work

Meredith Guinness

Dr. Brian Marks, executive director of the entrepreneurship and innovation program at the University of New Haven, comments on teleworking in a post-COVID world.

ClearanceJobs: Future of Cleared Work After Covid-19: It’s a New World Out There

Peter Suciu

Nina Jonsson ’90 is a candidate for the Board of Directors of Icelandair Group.

CRWE World: Icelandair Group hf.: Candidates for the Board of Directors of Icelandair Group at the AGM on 12 March 2021

Jan Louise Jones, lecturer and Coordinator for Hospitality and Tourism Management, talks about travel and the lack of coordination with multiple airlines and destinations having different requirements.

Eyewitness News 3: State's travel advisory will go from requirement to recommendation later this month

Shawnte Passmore, Kaitlyn Naples

Jason Chung, assistant professor, Executive Director of Esport Business Programs, talks about Connecticut introducing sports betting and online gambling.

Fox61: Sports betting, online gambling talks continue

Gaby Molina

Deanna Weech ’19 has joined the Northwestern District Attorney’s Office Victim/Witness Assistance Unit.

Athol Daily News: DA’s Office welcomes new employees

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Due to its popularity, esports has taken in more than $1 billion, according to the University of New Haven, which also offers a master’s degree in esports management.

The Citizen’s Voice (PA): Esports club forms at Crestwood

Kent Jackson

Jennifer Olson ’96, ’03 MS Education, will be opening a new restaurant in the former Portland Restaurant location.

News Times: Former Portland Restaurant to reopen with new name, new look

Jeff Mill

John Rosen, adjunct professor of economics, comments on the economics of hair in the workplace.

NBC Connecticut: Senate Passes Crown Act

Christine Stuart

The University of New Haven will be setting up a new vaccination clinic for all West Haven Board of Education, Notre Dame, and St. Lawrence School employees.

CT Post: Greater New Haven districts, health departments scramble to vaccinate thousands of school employees

Mark Zaretsky

John Rosen, adjunct professor of economics, says the partial reopening is helping businesses keep staff employed.

FOX KTVU: Red tier status and warm weather lures residents from their homes

Jesse Gary

John Rosen, adjunct professor of economics, discusses the Biden administration's stimulus package and how it could effect businesses and the economy.

SupplyChainBrain: Will the New Stimulus Package Save Struggling Businesses

Bob Bowman

David Sacco, practitioner in residence in finance, comments on Bitcoin's future and the cryptocurrency trend.

FOX: Is this just the beginning of a crypto craze or will the bitcoin bubble burst?

Pete Hegseth

John Rosen, adjunct professor of economics, comments on sales trends during the pandemic.

Forbes Advisor: Consumer Spending Unexpectedly Jumps In January. But How Long Will It Last?

Lisa Rowan

John Rosen, adjunct professor of economics, comments on the lack of incentives in social service programs to improve end results for their customer: the public.

KCBA: Now, it's a waiting game to see how deep the reduction in benefits will be as the ill effects of a covid-infected economy continue making the masses sick in every way possible.

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