USJ Professors Share Expertise on Fox 61 and WTIC

From the nation’s politics to its health, the first week of February has been filled with breaking developments in the news. To provide insight into the latest stories, two University of Saint Joseph (USJ) faculty members made appearances on television and radio, sharing their expertise with Connecticut audiences.

On Tuesday, Feb. 4, Kenneth Long, Ph.D., professor of History and Political Science, stopped by Fox 61, as well as Ray and Joe D.’s show on WTIC News Talk 1080, to discuss the Iowa Caucus, the State of the Union, and the New Hampshire Primary. Watch his segment with Fox61’s Margaux Farrell here or listen to his radio interview here.

Later in the week, Assistant Professor of Nursing Heather Evans, Ph.D., RNC-MNN, CLC, also visited Fox61. Sitting down with Matt Scott, Dr. Evans discussed the concerns surrounding the Coronavirus and shared advice on ways to avoid the flu this season. Find out more by watching her segment here.

Interested in learning about other expert USJ faculty members? Click here to view their profiles.

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