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Breaking News? Tap UMass Lowell’s Expert Sources

Interviews are available live via satellite, in person and by phone.

Looking for expert sources who can deliver instant analysis on breaking news? UMass Lowell’s faculty and researchers have you covered. Experts are available to all members of the media in person or by phone. For TV, UMass Lowell offers live interviews via satellite directly from campus, making it easier for media organizations to enhance coverage with authorities on the issues of the day.

UMass Lowell has a large faculty comprised of world-class experts who can comment on news trends including terrorism, politics and elections, and family life and parenting, as well as issues related to crime, health care, the economy, popular culture, toxic substances in everyday life and scientific innovation such as nanotechnology, plastics and more. 

To book a UMass Lowell expert, contact Christine Gillette at 978-934-2209 or Christine_Gillette@uml.edu or Nancy Cicco at 978-934-4944 or Nancy_Cicco@uml.edu

Featured Experts

  • Michael E. Jones

    Michael E. Jones

    Entertainment and Sports Law

    Michael E. Jones’ passion for sports and legal issues spans more than 30 years. A former judge, he is also an author, triathlete and artist.

  • James H.  Nehring

    James H.  Nehring

    Education

    James Nehring is an authority on education and a thought leader in the debate over standardized testing.

  • Joshua Dyck

    Joshua Dyck

    Polling and Politics

    Joshua Dyck is an expert in political and public-opinion polling, elections and campaigns, and national and state politics.

  • Neil Shortland

    Neil Shortland

    Terrorist Behavior, Security and Military Operations

    Neil Shortland is an expert on terrorist behavior and the socio-psychological side of military operations.