Steinhardt Faculty in the News, 11/25/11: Zimmerman, Halkitis, Way

Steinhardt faculty weighed in on education past and present, HIV treatment, and Penn State’s child sexual abuse scandal during the week of November 18, 2011.

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Jonathan Zimmerman, professor of history and education

In a Los Angeles Times op/ed, Zimmerman makes distinctions between the fluoride and climate change debates:

Science fights fluoridation

Zimmerman tells NBC’s “Nightly News” that traditional schools offer advantages that online education, which is becoming more common for middle and high school students, cannot.

Nightly News with Brian Williams

Zimmerman talks about The Little Red Schoolhouse on of Humanities on the Road broadcast on PCN-TV.

Humanities on the Road

Perry Halkitis, professor of applied psychology, public health, and medicine; associate dean for research and doctoral studies

Halkitis weighs the impact of recently developed biomedical and behavioral interventions in combating the spread of HIV/AIDS:

Does a pill a day keep HIV away?

Niobe Way, professor of applied psychology

Way unpacks the Penn State sexual abuse scandal in a Huffington Post op-ed:

Penn State and the Crisis of Masculinity

(Photo: On November 21st, Steinhardt’s Magical Singers performed at Saks Fifth Avenue holiday window unveiling in New York City.)