In The Media
November 22, 2017Thanksgiving tradition of gratitude is good for your health, research says
Psychology and neuroscience associate professor Sara Algoe discusses the benefits of gratitude, especially around the holidays. ABC News
November 21, 2017Can the NAACP save itself? With viral protests and new leadership, a storied group tries to reinvent
History department professor Genna Rae McNeil talks about the NAACP. The Los Angeles Times
November 21, 2017Does often-used tax break in KC lead to growth? Group makes its case with study
The Kansas City Star quotes research from city and regional planning associate professor T. William Lester on tax increment financing. … Continued
November 20, 2017Are you popular at work?
Human Resources magazine quotes psychology and neuroscience professor Mitch Prinstein on tips to help you become more popular at work. … Continued
November 20, 2017New skeletal evidence could put decades-old debate over Qumran settlers to rest
Religious studies professor Jodi Magness discusses findings from an analysis of 30 recently excavated graves at Qumran. The Times of … Continued
November 19, 2017Does a student’s college funding source influence their field of study?
Sociology professor Arne Kalleberg interviews a sociology assistant professor from The Ohio State University about how college funding is associated … Continued
November 17, 2017Review: Swept away by the ‘Revolution’
History department professor Kathleen DuVal reviews Russell Shorto’s new book, “Revolution Song.” The Wall Street Journal