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Ruth Melkonian-Hoover, Ph.D.
The New York Times reported recently that evangelical Christians might be the secret weapon to immigration reform. Political studies professor Dr. Ruth Melkonian-Hoover spent the past year interviewing dozens of evangelical leaders and found out what they were thinking and doing about one of the country's most polarizing issues: undocumented immigrants. Listen to what she discovered.
Janis D. Flint-Ferguson, D.A.
Dr. Janis Flint-Ferguson, a leader in middle school education, discusses what's really happening with underachieving schools and why media-sponsored education summits are trying to make sense of the 'crisis' in public schools.
Sybil W. Coleman, M.S.W.
A number of recent studies are raising great concerns about the new aging demographic, the biggest population of seniors in decades. This has huge political and social implications for the next generation of leaders, says Social Work Professor Sybil Coleman.
Bruce G. Webb, Ph.D.
Though the unemployment rate is coming down in today's economy, Dr. Bruce Webb, professor of economics, explains why that's not necessarily good new, especially considering the rising number of underemployed workers.