Media Tip Sheet
Experts at The Catholic
University of America in
TERRORISTS AND AL-QAEDA – Maryann Cusimano Love,
associate professor of international relations, studies non-state,
transnational threats and terrorist organizations like al-Qaeda and what
citizens can do about such threats. She has written two books on the topic:
“Beyond Sovereignty” and “Morality Matters: Ethics of the War on
Terrorism.” For the past several years she has been traveling around the world
giving speeches and conference talks warning of transnational threats like
terrorism and addressing the ability of the present
Cusiamno Love can be reached at 301-855-0135 (home) or by e-mail: email@example.com.
TERRORISM AND POLITICAL LEADERSHIP — Philip
professor of politics, has closely followed the 9/11 Commission investigation,
which predicted other terrorist incidents following the 2001 attacks on the
U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY
POLICY — Wallace Thies, professor of
politics, specializes in
Thies can be reached at 202-319-6230 (office) or 301-774-1264 (home) or by e-mail:
FEAR OF TERRORISM — Cathleen Gray,
associate professor of social work, can discuss ways for people to cope with
their fear and anxiety stemming from heightened security alerts. Professor Gray has a private practice
focusing on families and women’s issues and has frequently commented on mental
health issues — including fallout from Sept. 11, the
Gray can be reached at 202-537-5922 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To search for other CUA faculty who serve as experts for the media, visit the online Faculty Experts Guide at: http://publicaffairs.cua.edu/experts/ or contact the Office of Public Affairs for more assistance at 202-319-5600.
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