Jasmine Abrams's, Psychology, research on the pressure that black women face and how it can lead to depression is referenced. The Pressure of Being a ‘Strong Black Woman’ Often Leads to Depression (Ebony)
Tim Brennan, Public Policy, recently spoke at the Global Antitrust Economics Conference in New York City on Telecom Mergers.
Felipe A. Filomeno, Global Studies & Political Science, recently had an article published in The Journal of Applied Social Science titled “Expanding Hearts and Minds?”
Jeff Halverson, GES, discusses the subtleties of weather forecasting for severe storms.Why wasn’t the tornado outbreak in Oklahoma and Texas as bad as feared? (Washington Post)
Nicole Katsikides, Ph.D. ’19 Public Policy, was recruited for a demanding new job with the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI)
Nancy Kusmaul, Social Work, releases podcast episode on Trauma Informed Care
Elliot Lasson, Psychology, discusses generational digital communications at work.
Kimberly Moffitt, Language, Literacy & Culture, was a guest on WYPR's Midday program.
John Rennie Short, public policy, writes about how the distribution of the original Brexit vote reflects the varying values and priorities across the U.K. (additional coverage, originally published June 25, 2016) The geography of Brexit: What the vote reveals about the Disunited Kingdom (Associated Press)
Amy Zanoni, M.A. ‘13, history, is named among the next cohort of National Fellows, a competitive program for doctoral students funded by the Jefferson Scholars Foundation at the University of Virginia. Jefferson Scholars Foundation announces next class of Jefferson and National Fellows (UVA Today)