February 25, 2009

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LEWISBURG, Pa. – Opinion columns by Bucknell University faculty on topics ranging from the U.S. economy to East Asia diplomacy have appeared in recent months in national and international media, including The New Republic, Asia Times and The New York Times, among others. || Read recent op-eds by Bucknell faculty and staff.

This week, for example, Management Professor Bill Gruver wrote about “why the government needs to restrict Wall Street firms from playing with ‘Other People’s Money’” in an op-ed for The New Republic. In September, a column by Gruver on regulating the markets appeared in The New York Times.

Zhiqun Zhu, an associate professor of political science and international relations, has had several op-ed columns appear recently in the Asia Times, including one this week calling for China’s full participation in the international political economy and encouraging continued development of the country that is “stable, peaceful and beneficial to the rest of the world.”

Other recent opinion pieces by Paul Shrivastava, professor of management, and Berhanu Nega, associate professor of economics, have appeared in The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Patriot-News, Pennsylvania’s capital newspaper in Harrisburg.

A collection of the op-ed columns written by Bucknell faculty and staff and published over the past two years are gathered on a page in the University’s News and Events site.

Bucknell faculty and staff who are interested in writing op-eds may contact Tom Evelyn, director of media relations, for assistance with editing and placing the pieces.

Contact: Division of Communications