Elizabeth Richmond-Garza (English) shared insight into the role cities play in TV shows and movies in an Aug. 11 Christian Science Monitor story.
Mary Hayhoe’s (Psychology) eye-tracking research in the Children’s Research Lab was featured in The New York Times on Aug. 17.
Peter Trubowitz (Government) was quoted in an Aug. 5 Christian Science Monitor story titled “Are China and America on a collision course?”
The “Border Views” video series generated coverage in numerous media outlets including a July 31 New York Times story featuring commentary from Cecilia Bali (Anthropology) about the many problems of Mexican border towns.
David Sena (Asian Studies) was quoted in a June 15 National Geographic story about ancient animal sacrifices.
David Leal (Government) discussed President Obama’s push for immigration reform in a July 5 CNN story.
Charles Holahan’s (Psychology) new study on the health benefits of moderate drinking was tapped by numerous media outlets including US News & World Report, WebMD, AOL News, TIME, the Boston Globe, MSN, Fox News and ABC News.
The Economist tapped Russell Poldrack’s (Psychology) expertise for a July 8 story about the psychological effects of gambling.
John Hartigan (Anthropology) was quoted in a July 16 Wall Street Journal story about the NAACP’s resolution to condemn racism in the Tea Party movement.
Judith Easton’s and David Buss’ (Psychology) study “Biological Clock Increases Women’s Libido” was featured in multiple media outlets including TIME, The Daily Mail, Marie Claire, Salon, Science Daily, Fox News and ABC News.