Selected Popular Media Quotes and Interviews

Chicago Sun-Times, January 31, 2007, "UIC team ready to get medieval on spammers," by technology columnist Sandra Guy.

First Business (appears daily on over 150 television stations around the U.S. and overseas), January 11, 2007, Interviewed to discuss Apple's new iPhone.

New York Times, September 17, 2006, Editorial – “Legacy Admissions,” by Peter C. Nelson.

Pioneer Press (appeared in 57 suburban Pioneer Press newspapers), August 3, 2006, “Computer Science study falls in U.S.,” by Karen Shoffner.

Chicago Tribune, May 15, 2005, Letter to Editor – “Remain Competitive,” by Pete Nelson.

Chicago Sun-Times, April 1, 2006, Commentary Essay – “Don’t Overlook diversity when it’s time to pick a college,” by Pete Nelson.

Redeye, Friday Feb. 6, 2004, Inside Cover, “Honoring the Crash Test Genius,” by Chris McNamera.

Daily Herald, Jan. 21, 2002, “Illinois gets top rating for tech use,” by Daschell M. Phillips.

Chicago Sun-Times, January 8, 2002, SECTION: FINANCIAL; Pg. 12, “Dot-com crash victims flocking back to college,” by Brenda Warner Rotzoll.

Chicago Tribune, November 26, 2001, SECTION: BUSINESS; Pg. 3, “ Wireless connections touted as DSL alternative,” by Jon Van.

CBS Channel 2 10pm News, July 30, 2001, “Code Red Virus Alert.”

San Diego Union-Tribune, July 8, 2001, Sunday, Pg. A-1, “Artificial intelligence is alive in laboratories, works on Web; Computers thinking like humans nothing like movie,” by Jeff Meredith.

Chicago Tribune, July 2, 2001, Monday, SECTION: BUSINESS; Pg. 3, “A.I. forms already in use; Northwestern, UIC labs focus on convenience,” by Jeff Meredith. Chicago Tribune, July 29, 1999, Thursday, Frontpage Headline: “GAME WARY; RETAILERS ARE REFUSING TO SELL SOME TITLES AS CONCERN ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF VIOLENCE GROWS.; STORES OPPOSE CHECKING IDS,” by Susan Chandler.

Crain's Chicago Business, November 8, 1993, Pg. R5, “Smart car technology heads into suburbs,” by Bill McDowel.

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