Reuters Daniel Kreiss, adjunct assistant professor of communication, argues that Facebook should disclose information about political campaign advertising to political scientists who want the data for research.
In the Media
Psychology Today Psychology Today writes about Kurt Gray’s work that reveals that dying is not as negative – and perhaps more positive – than we imagine.
Milwaukee Business Journal Milwaukee Business Journal interviews Michael McCrea about teaming up with the NFL and several partners, including UNC College of Arts & Sciences researchers, to study concussion management in a wide range of sports and athletes. Read more … Continued
Phys.org Phys.org interviews Nicole Gardner-Neblett, research assistant professor of psychology and neuroscience, on her most recent finding on children’s literacy, particularly how a preschoolers oral storytelling skills make a difference in how quickly their reading skills develop.
Indy Week History adjunct assistant professor Rachel Seidman, alumna Anna-Rhesa Vertola and Carolina Asia Center director Morgan Pitelka discuss Southern Mix, a collaboration between the Southern Oral History Program, the Carolina Asia Center and UNC-CH’s Alumni Committee for Racial and … Continued
Atlas Obscura Psychics and astronomy professor and senior associate dean for natural sciences Christopher Clemens discusses how multiverses are seen, both during medieval times and today.
WRAL Art professor Jina Valentine talks about her political art, as part of a series profiling working artists in the Triangle.
Public Radio International Political science associate professor Milada Vachudova discusses the government instability in Croatia.
The Herald-Sun The Herald-Sun quotes recent psychology and religious studies graduate Isai Garcia-Baza and speaks with Steve Farmer, vice provost for enrollment and undergraduate admissions, about Carolina’s efforts to support low-income students.
CTV News Channel (Canada) Political science associate professor Rahsaan Maxwell discusses the importance of calling the targeting of Muslims in London last weekend an act of terrorism vs. a hate crime.