Recently, a number of NYU School of Professional Studies faculty members have been called upon as experts to comment on the continuously evolving crisis in Ukraine and its implications in the many areas in which the School is a thought leader. NYU SPS faculty members provide invaluable insights that bring stories to life and help to inform industry professionals, government officials, the international community, human rights advocacy groups, and the public at large on the numerous facets of this conflict and the countless lives it has touched.
Below is a small sampling of some of the media outlets that have featured SPS faculty members. SPS Strategic Marketing and Communications will continue to monitor for coverage and share it with the SPS community.
Constantine Korologos, clinical associate professor and faculty director of the Hirsh Fellows program within the Master’s in Real Estate, and Stuart Brodsky, clinical assistant professor, and director of the Center for the Sustainable Built Environment, were both recently featured in Commercial Property Executive in an article titled “Experts Assess Ukraine Conflict Impact on CRE”
Michael Shank, adjunct assistant professor, was recently featured in Today UK News in an opinion piece titled “We Care More About Ukraine Because The Victims are White”
Jennifer Trahan, clinical professor and director of the International Law and Human Rights Concentration of the MS in Global Affairs, was featured both in print and broadcast.
Pano Yannakogeorgos, clinical associate professor and program director, MS in Security, Conflict, and Cyber Crime, was recently featured in a Cyberprotection Magazine Podcast titled “Ukraine: Open Warfare in the Cyber World”
David Donat-Cattin, adjunct associate professor was featured in Formiche in an article titled “Can Putin End Up Before The International Criminal Court?”