Jeremi Suri (History) published an op-ed titled “How America Helped ISIS” in the New York Times.
Terri Givens (Government) shared insight into immigrant integration in Europe in a Washington Post op-ed titled “A Left-Right Divide in European Attitudes toward Immigrants.”
Findings from Jim Henson’s and Daron Shaw’s (Government) Texas Politics Project/Texas Tribune poll were cited in a Slate story about the Hispanic vote.
The Los Angeles Times featured research by Judith Langlois and David Buss (Psychology) on innate perceptions of beauty.
David Yeager’s (Psychology) new study, which found teaching teens that personality traits can change may decrease depression, was featured on NPR.
The New York Times featured research by Christine Williams (Sociology) for a story about gender roles in the workforce.
Tetyana Pudrovska’s (Sociology) new study, which found the poverty-obesity link is more prevalent among women, was featured in The Atlantic
Kali Nicole Gross (African and African Diaspora Studies) shared insight into the harmful ways African American women are portrayed in news stories about domestic violence in a Huffington Post op-ed titled “Black Women are Already Dead in America.”
Heather Houser’s (English) “Ecosickness” research was featured in The New York Times.
The Wall Street Journal tapped Keith Robinson’s (Sociology) expertise for a story about the qualities that make a great teacher.