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Faculty Mentions

GW People

April 2014

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "New contributors are joining The Monkey Cage," on April 17. 

Forrest Maltzman, professor of political science and senior vice provost for academic affairs and planning, ans Sarah Binder, professor of political science, were quoted for the Think Progress article, "The Imaginary Rule That Keeps Obama's Judges From Being Confirmed," on April 17. 

Katherine Larsen, teaching assistant professor in the university writing program, was quoted for the Washington Post article, "Inside Hogwarts Is Here, the Harry Potter MOOC that lets you study wizardry - and validates a generation of fans," on April 17. 

Annamaria Lusardi, Denit Trust Distiguished Scholar in Economics and Accountancy, was quoted for the Washington Post article, "Why aren't people geting smarter about their finances?" on April 17. 

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and director of the Political Management Graduate Program, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "The Sexist Sidelining of Susana Martinez," on April 17. 

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "Earth to Conservatives: Obamacare Is Working," on April 17. 

Naomi Chan, Harold H. Greene Professor of Law, was quoted for hte USA Today article, "New Hampshire Senate votes to repeal ant-adultery law," on April 17. 

A survey analyzed by Annamaria Lusardi, Denit Trust Distinguished Scholar in Economics and Accountancy, finding that financial illiteracy was most pronounced among the young, women and the less-educated was mentioned in The Hill article, "Reading, writing, arithmetic - and financial literacy," on April 16.

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "Choosing between ‘never search’ and ‘sometimes search’ in the cell phone search cases," on April 16.

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, wrote the Washington Post article, "Is a global wealth tax the key to reducing income inequality?" on April 16.

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and director of the Political Management Graduate Program, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Senate elections are months away, but campaign ads already fill the airwaves," on April 16.

Michael Kaplen, professorial lecturer in law, was quoted in the New York Daily News article, "Lawyers for former NFL players seeking concussion settlement say fight is far from over," on April 16.

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "Fourth Circuit affirms Lavabit contempt order," on April 16.

Lance Price, professor of environmental and occupational health, was quoted in the Reuters article, "Kitchens could be sources of drug-resistant bacteria," on April 16.

Major Garrett, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the National Journal article, "The Pen, Phone and Stray Voltage," on April 16. 

Jonathan Siegel, F. Elwood and Eleanor Davis Research Professor of Law, was quoted for the Politico article, "Meet the Tax Defiers," on April 15. 

Chris Arterton, professor of political management, was interviewed for the Voice of America article, "Sibelius Embarrassed the President: Analyst," about the Obama administration's relationship with the Health and Human Services Secretary, on April 14. 

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "Obama's judicial appointments: liberal, but not liberal," on April 14. 

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "Legal scholarship in the lean years," on April 14. 

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, wrote the Los Angeles Times article, "Has GM pulled a Pinto?" on April 14. 

Naomi Cahn, Harold H. Greene Professor of Law, was quoted for the Wall Street Journal article, "Who Is Responsible for the Student Loans After Divorce?" on April 13. 

Michael Kaplen, professorial lecturer in law, and Gregory Maggs, iterim dean of the School of Law, were quoted for the New York Times article, "Concussion Cases Inspire New Courses at George Washington's Law School," on April 13. 

Robert Sutter, professor of practice of international affairs, was quoted for the South China Morning Post article, "US defense secretary Chuck Hagel's straight talking in Asia gets results," on April 13. 

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted for the Aljazeera article, "Death Sentence In Egypt Leads To international Outrage," on April 13. 

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted for the New York Daily News article, "The first Brooklyn president?" on April 13. 

Annamaria Lusardi, professor of accountancy and economics, was mentioned in the Wall Street Journal article, "Teaching Financial Literacy, Starting With Teens," for her study, on April 12. 

Stephanie R. Cellini, associate professor of public policy and public administration, was quoted for the Washington Post article, "Do 72 percent of for-profit programs have graduates making less than high school dropouts?" on April 11. 

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "The need for computer-specfic Fourth Amendment rules in the cell phone search cases," on April 11. 

Annamaria Lusardi, Denit Trust Distiguished Scholar in Economics and Accountancy, was quoted for the CNBC article, "Why financial education just doesn't stick," on April 10. 

Matthew Hindman, associate professsor in the school of media and public affairs, was quoted for the Huffington Post article, "The Disappearing Woman and Life on the Internet," on April 10. 

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and the director of the Political Management Graduate Program, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "We've Probably Seen the Last of Rep. McAllister," on April 10. 

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, wrote The Washington Post article, "The challenge of leading a more transparent Fed," on April 9.

Paul Rosenzweig, professorial lecturer in law, was quoted in The Wall Street Journal article, "The Morning Risk Report: FTC Wins Wyndham Skirmish, Battle Goes On," on April 9.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote The Washington Post article, "Why Republicans may avoid the ghost of Senate elections past," on April 9.

Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics, was quoted for the New York Daily News article, "New York, Washington D.C. top cities for new college grads to start careers: report," on April 8. 

Steven Schooner, Nash & Cibinic Professor of Government Procurement Law, was quoted for the Washington Times article, "Obama's equal pay mandate gives feds extraordinary new powers," on April 8. 

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, wrote the Washington Post article, "Twenty years after the genocide, Rwandan women bring the country back to life," on April 8. 

Mark Hyman, assistant teaching professor of management and tourism studies, was interviewed about TV viewership of the Final Four for WNEW-FM, Washington (audio) on April 7. 

Doug Guthrie, professor of international business and sociology, was quoted for the Washington Post article, "With Vincent Gray's loss in the mayoral primary. D.C. tech will lose a top advocate," on April 7. 

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management and professor of political management, was interviewed about his experiences since leaving Congress for the Roll Call article, "Kennedy's Syllabus: Get Things Done in Washington," on April 7. 

Narine Sarvazyan, professor of pharmacology and physiology, was quoted for the Huffington Post article, "'Mini Hearts' Could Pump Blood Through Faulty Veins," on April 7. 

Ellen Zavian, adjunct assistant professor in the School of Business, was quoted for the WUSA-CBS online article, "Northwestern players push for compensation," on April 7. 

Lance Price, professor of environmental and occupational health, was quoted for the Associated Press article, "Experts decode germs' DNA to fight food poisoning," on April 7. This article was reprinted in top-tier media outlets including The Washington Post, The Miami Herald, and the Seattle Times. 

Christina Fink, professor of practice of international affairs, was quoted for The Nation article, "Leadership dreams of Clinton and Suu Kyi get reality check," on April 5. 

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was referenced for his comments in the Miami Herald article, "Checks and balances are not working," on April 4. 

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted for the the Tampa Bay Times article, "Charles Krauthammer: Anyone can get out of individual mandate by claiming hardship without explanation," on April 4. 

Neal Barnard, adjunct professor of medicine, wrote The Hill article, "Curing doctors' dangerous lack of nutrition education," on April 4. 

Korman Frey, part-time professor of management, was quoted for the TIME article, "I'll Finish the Dishes When I'm Dead," on April 4. 

Robert Sesser, chair of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, was quoted for the Voice of Russia article, "US Food and Drug Administration approves at home heroin-antidote," on April 4. 

Eric H. Cline, professor of classics, anthropology and history and chair of the Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations Department, wasi nterviewed about the discovery of an ancient wine cellar for the Washington Post article, "Wine cellaring runs deep in our Judeo-Christian DNA," on April 3. 

Nathan J. Brown, political science and international affairs, co-wrote the Foreign Affairs article, "Egypt's Judges Join In," on April 2. 

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, wrote the Reuters article, "McCutcheon: Should the rich speak louder?" on April 3. 

John Logsdon, professor emeritus of political science and international affairs, was quoted for the CBS News article, "NASA halts contact with Russia, except for International Space Station," on April 2. 

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the U.S. News & World Report articlem "Imperial or Effective?" on April 2. 

Martha Morris, assistant director of museum studies, wrote the Washington Post article, "Which museums show real promise?" on April 2. 

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted for the New York Times article, "What's Next for Health Care," on April 2. 

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, wrote the Washington Post article, "Winter storms may mean more bad job news for women," on April 2. 

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was indirectly quoted for the New York Daily News article, "Obamacare's missteps will still carry into the November elections," on April 1. 

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, president emeritus of the university and University Professor of Public Service, wrote the Inside Higher Ed article, "3 cheers for an Associate Degree," on April 1. 

Mark Hyman, assistant teaching professor of management and tourism studies, was interviewed about various sports-related topics for WYPR-FM, Baltimore (audio) on April 1. 

Michael Feuer, dean of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development and professor of education, was quoted for the Education Week article, "U.S. Students Score Above Average on First PISA Problem-Solving Exam," on April 1. 

Danny Hayes, assistant professor of political science, was quoted for the Newsweek article, "Arthur Brooks's Push to Make the American Enterprise Institute- and Republicans- Relevant Again," on April 1. 

David Fontana, associate professor of law, was quoted for the Wall Street Journal article, "Sonia Sotomayor: The People's Justice?" on April 1. 

Yantan Lupu, assistant professor of political science, co-wrote the Washington Post article, "What World War I can tell us about international commerce and war today," on April 1. 

Major Garrett, distiguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the National Journal article, "White house Masked Fears of Obamacare Collapse," on April 1. 

March 2014 

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "Debate on judicial activism versus judicial restraint," on March 28. 

Patricia Pittman, associate proessor of health policy and of nursing, was interviewed for PBS NewsHour about the practice of finding and hiring foreign nurses on March 27. 

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and director of the Political Management Graduate Program, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "Why Politics Is Harder Than It Looks," on March 27. 

Roy Richard Grinker, professor of anthropology, international affiars and human science, was quoted for an NPR article, "Jump In Autism Cases May Not Mean It's More Prevalent," on March 27. 

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and director of the Political Management Graduate Program, was quoted for the Washington Post article, "Anthony Weiner, Eliot Spitzer and the weird state of post-scandal journalism," on March 27. 

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted for the Washington Post article, "The long history of hitting the pause botton on Obamacare," on March 27. 

Christina Fink, professor of practice of international affairs, was quoted for the Foreign Policy article, "Hillary's Burma Problem," on March 27. 

Lisa Delpy Neirotti, assoicate professor of tourism and sports management, was quoted for the Baltimore Business Journal article, "AT&T's step down from Tiger Woods' tournament is 'a win for everybody' as new title sponsor signs on," on March 27. 

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "A Remarkable New Opinion on Search Warrants for Online Accounts – and Why I Think It's Wrong, " on March 27.

John Banzhaf, professor of law, commented for the Bloomberg article, "Malaysian Air, Boeing Data on Plane Sought in U.S. Court," on March 26. 

Diana Burley, associate professor of human and organizational learning, was quoted for the Fortune article, "IT security is heating up. Are universites prepared for it?" on March 26. 

Jeffrey Manns, associate professor of law, was quoted in the Reuters article, "S&P Wants to Split Up $5 Billion U.S. Ratings Lawsuit," on March 26. This article also appeared on CNBC and The Chicago Tribune. 

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, co-wrote the Washington Post article, "Five key questions - and answers - about the OSCE mission in Ukraine," on March 25. 

Major Garrett, distiguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the National Journal article, "Obama Tries to Put Putin in His Place- Again," on March 25. 

Donald Losman, professorial lecturer in the Elliot School of International Affairs, was quoted for the Washington Times article, "Obama's Russia sanctions unlikely to make impact, experts say," on March 25. 

Stephen Saltzburg, Wallace and Beverley Woodbury University Professor of Law,was quoted for the Associated Press article, "Toyota case shows it's hard to prosecute execs," on March 25. This story also appeared in the Washington Post and on ABC News. 

Joseph Fruscione, adjunt professor in writing, wrote the Inside Higher Education article, "Moving Up from the Inside," on March 24. 

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "Judge denies warrant application because he thinks the government doesn't need a warrant," on March 24. 

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, co-wrote the Washington Post article, "Contraception as a test of equality," on March 24. 

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted for the New York Times article, "Hundreds of Egyptians Sentenced to Death in Killing of a Police Officer," on March 24. 

Tara Sonenshine, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed for Radio America's "For Your Ears Only" which aired on NPR on March 23. 

Nikki Usher, assistant professor in the School of Media nd Public Affairs, was quoted for the New York Times article, "Risks Abound as Reporters Play in Traffic," on March 23. 

Robert Tuttle, professor of law and religion and D.R. & S. Kirschner Berz Research Professor of Law, and Ira Lupu, F. Elwood and Eleanor Davis Professor Emeritus of Law in Residence, were quoted for the Deseret News article, "What Hobby Lobby's case could have in store for religious freedom and ACA," on March 23. 

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed about the crisis in Ukraine for the Fox News program, "Shepard Smith Reporting," on March 20.

James Hershberg, professor of international affairs and history, was quoted for the National Geographic article, "Cold War," on March 20. 

Jason Osder's, assistant professor and documentary filmmaker, award winning film "Let the Fire Burn" was highlighted in the Philadelphia Inquirer article, "DVDs in the spotlight," on March 20. 

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "Third Circuit hears oral argument in United States v. Auernheimer," on March 20. 

Donald L. Losman, professorial lecturer in the Elliott School of International Affairs, wrote the Baltimore Sun article, "Tough talk on Ukraine only makes us look weak," on March 20. 

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in the Washington Informer article, "Children's Health Program in Jeopardy," on March 19.

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs and professor of media and public affairs and international affairs, was quoted in the Daily Beast article, "‘Is It Really News?': Cable Journos Squirm Over Flight 370 Overload," on March 19.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the Washington Examiner article, "Obama's abuse of power endangers the nation's health," on March 19.

Eric Cline, chair of the department of classical and near eastern languages and civilization and professor of classics and anthropology, wrote the Huffington Post article, "The Collapse of Civilizations: It's Complicated," on March 19.

A book by Eric Cline, chair of the department of classical and near eastern languages and civilization and professor of classics and anthropology, “1177 B.C.: The Year Civilization Collapsed," was reviewed in the New Yorker article, "Of Hippos and Kings," on March 19.

James Clark, Ronald B. Weintraub Professor of Biology, was quoted in the Smithsonian Magazine article, "Scientists Discover a Large and Feathered Dinosaur that Once Roamed North America," on March 19.

Catherine West, research scientist in the department of health policy, was quoted in the National Journal article, "Speaking the Language of Health Care," on March 19.

Kristin Lamoureaux, assistant research professor or tourism, was quoted in the Fox News article, "Is the party over? ‘Gringo Trails’ shows the destructiveness of world travel," on March 19.

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, wrote the Washington Post article, "Sheryl Sandberg: Billionaire," on March 19.

A writer responded to an op ed piece by Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, in the Chicago Tribune letter to the editor, "Imperial presidency," on March 19.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of international affairs and political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "The euro is a democratic disaster," on March 19.

Sean Murphy, professor of law and Patricia Roberts Harris Research Professor of Law, was interviewed on Public Radio International's "The World" about the legality of Russia’s annexation of Crimea, on March 19 (audio clip in 2 parts: 1,2).

Marjorie Kline, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, provided comment on NPR about Russia’s lobbying efforts in Washington, on March 19 (audio).

Daniel Gordon, associate dean of procurement law, was the guest on Federal News Radio's “Amtower Off Center,” on March 19 (audio).

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, hosted NPR's “The Diane Rehm Show,” on March 19 (audio).

Victor Weedn, professor and chairman of the Department of Forensic Sciences, was interviewed for the WUSA article and report, "Cutting edge forensics lab debuts at GW," on March 19 (video). 

Mention that Sarah Binder, professor of political science, was mentioned on News 12 New Jersey for using the George Washington Bridge scandal for her entry in the Washington Post’s Peeps contest, on March 18 (video).

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, was featured in the Star-Ledger article, "Fort Peep's traffic problems: Professor creates candy diorama of Christie bridge scandal," for enterin the annual Peeps diorama competition with a rendition of "bridge-gate", on March 18. 

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "Time for some traffic problems in Fort Peep," on March 18. Binder created the marshmallow project for the Washington Post's 8th Annual Peep Diorama Contest. 

Lynn Goldman, dean of Milken Institute School of Public Health and professor of environmental occupational health, and Melissa Perry, chair of the department of environmental and occupational health, wrote the West Virginia Gazette article, "Lynn R. Goldman and Melissa J. Perry: A safer tomorrow," on March 18. 

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted for the Newsweek article, "When Is a Mandate Not a Mandate? Ask the Supreme Court," on March 18. 

Doug Guthrie, professor of international business, management and sociology, wrote the Forbes article, "The Real Disrupters: The Innovators Who are Truly Transforming Education," on March 18. 

Todd Miller, associate professor of exercise science, was quoted for the Washington Post article, "How to strengthen your core," on March 18. 

Lara Brown, associate professor of political science and director of GSPM, was interviewed about the Affordable Care Act for "The John Batchelor Show", on March 17. 

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, hosted NPR's "The Diane Rehm Show" on March 17. 

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed about various political topics for KGO-AM, San Francisco (video) on March 17. 

Amitai Etzioni, university professor and professor of international affairs, wrote the Huffington Post article, "Obama Should Get Real," on March 17. 

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was quoted for the New York Times article, "Privacy in the War Without End," on March 17. 

Maryann Mazer-Amirshahi, assistant clinical professor of emergency medicine, was quoted for he PBS NewsHour article, "Study finds dramatic increase in painkiller prescriptions for ER patients," about a GW study that found a significant increase in prescriptions for opioid analgesics, on March 17. 

Judith Owens, professor of pediatrics, is mentioned in the Philly.com article, "Your teen's brain on sleep," for her plans to speak at a "Sleep and the Teenage Brain" conference in Phiadelphia, on March 17. 

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted for the Voice of America article, "Global Effects of CIA-Senate Dispute Uncertain," on March 17. 

Brian Finch, professional lecturer in law, co-wrote the Hill article, "Constitutional duties in the era of cyber warfare," on March 17. 

Jerrold Post, professor of psychiatry, political psycology and international affairs, particiapated in a panel discussion for CSPAN (video) regarding the role of intelligence in the Camp David accords, on March 16. 

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed for the CNN program, "Reliable Sources" regarding the coverage of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, on March 16. 

Lara Brown, associate professor and the program director of the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "Get Ready for Generation X to Take the Reins" on March 13.

Rajeev Pandarinath, assistant professor of orthopedic surgery, was quoted in the WUSA 9 – CBS piece, "Adderall increasing as problem for NFL" on March 13.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the Fox News piece, "Dems still don't have an ObamaCare answer for midterms" on March 13.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "House bill would cut social science funding by 42 percent" on March 13.

Neil H. Buchanan, professor of law, wrote the Verdict article, "The False Choice of Old Versus Young in American Budgetary Politics" on March 13.

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was quoted in The Associated Press story, "CIA-Senate spat raises murky legal, policy issues" on March 12.

Iris Rotberg, research professor of education policy, wrote The Washington Post story, "The link between charter school expansion and increasing segregation" on March 12.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, wrote the USA Today article, "Freedom of the press needed more than ever: Column" on March 12.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote The Washington Post story, "What do dog poop, gazebo sex, and a children’s playground have in common?" on March 12.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, wrote The Washington Post story, "The political science of cybersecurity IV: How Edward Snowden helps U.S. deterrence" on March 12.

Adjunct professor Patricio Zamorano was interviewed about Chilean President Michelle Bachelet on Aljazeera America on March 12 (video).

Richard E. Cytowic, associate clinical professor of neurology, wrote the Washingtonian piece, "Lessons In The Art of Dying" on March 11.

Susan Wood, associate professor of health policy and of environmental health and occupational health, was quoted about a Milken Institute School of Public Health report that found that drug marketers spending in D.C. has increased in the Washington Business Journal story, "Are drug company money, gifts and meals influencing D.C.-area health care professionals?" on March 11.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted from a Monkey Cage blog post in the Christian Science Monitor story, "President Obama on 'Funny or Die': Funny or dud? (+video)" on March 11.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the USA Today story, "GOP pushes bill to let Congress sue the president" on March 11.

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, wrote the Washington Post story, "Fifteen girls among 40 finalists for $100,000 top science prize" on March 11.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the The Washington Post article, "A new experiment shows how money buys access to Congress" on March 11.

Steve Billet, director of the legislative affairs master’s program in the Graduate School of Political Management, was quoted in the National Review story, "Why the Tea Party’s Waning, Not Winning" on March 5.

David Rehr, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, was quoted in the Aljazeera piece, "Enter Blue Lab group, stage left" on March 11.

Paul Rosenzweig, professional lecturer in law, was quoted in The Wall Street Journal story, "The Morning Risk Report: Buggy Code? So Sue Me" on March 10.

Mark Kennedy, professor of political management and director of the Graduate School of Political Management, and Jalakoi Solomon, student in the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the Huffington Post piece, "Consensus on Immigration Reform? These Students Think It's Possible" on March 10.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the Fox News piece, "Get the pen out: Unions step up ObamaCare attacks" on March 10.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote The Washington Post piece, "Democrats have a young people problem, too" on March 10.

Molly McCloskey, Jenny McKean Moore Writer in Washington for 2013-14, was quoted in The Washington Post article, "John Banville, giving an Irish lilt to Ray Chandler’s L.A." on March 10.

Amitai Etzioni, University Professor and professor of international affairs, wrote The Huffington Post piece, "The Great Disruption" on March 5.

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed about various political topics on KGO-AM, San Francisco on March 10 (audio).

David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs and director of the China Policy Program, was referenced in The Economist story, "The brains of the party" on March 10.

Lorena Barba, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, was quoted about her recent research on flying snakes in The Washington Post story, "Researchers closing in on solving mystery of how some snakes fly" on March 9.

Stanley Reiser, clinical professor of health care sciences and of health policy, undertook a study on recent medical innovations and concluded that often hospitals, administrators or Big Pharma are the big winners when it comes to broader societal benefits in health care, which was featured in the The Chronicle of Higher Education story, "The Technologists' Siren Song" on March 10.

Steven Schooner, Nash and Cibinic Professor of Government Procurement Law, was a guest on “Government Contracting Weekly” on WUSA, Washington on March 9 (video in 1, 2, 3 parts).

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, wrote the Los Angeles Times article, "The president’s power grab" on March 9.

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Slew of changes to health-care law creates more confusion for consumers" on March 8.

Joann Weiner, lecturer in economics, wrote the Washington Post article, "Labor Department delivers dismal job market news for women" on March 8.

Lara Brown, associate professor of political science and director of GSPM, was quoted in the NPR piece, "Things Might Be Worse, If Congress Got Its Act Together" on March 9.

Elizabeth Rigby, assistant professor of public policy and public administration and of political science, wrote the Boston Globe piece, "Do Voter Reforms Work?" on March 8.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was mentioned in the Law Week Colorado article, "Colorado Lawyers Committee Luncheon To Honor Outstanding Lawyers and Law Firms" on March 7. 

Bonnie Morris, adjunct professor of women’s studies, was quoted in the Arizona Republic article, "Senate Bill 1062 debate a political milestone" on March 8.

Yonatan Lupu, assistant professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "How Putin needs to play nice with markets" on March 7.

Henry Nau, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed on KLIV-AM (San Francisco) on the topic of “Conservative Internationalism: What Is It and Why Do We Need It,” to the Commonwealth Club of California on March 6. (audio in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 parts).

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was interviewed on "Tell Me More" on NPR about the rejection of Debo Adegbile to head the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division on March 7 (audio in 1, 2 parts). 

Marlene Laruelle, research professor of international affairs, and Sean Roberts, director of the International Development Studies program in the Elliott School of International Affairs, wrote the Washington Post article, "Why Ukraine’s crisis keeps central Asian leaders up at night" on March 7.

Lorena Barba, associate professor of engineering and applied sciences, was quoted in the NPR story, "The Elegant Secrets of Flying Snakes" on March 7.

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and director of GSPM, was interviewed in “Off Road Politics” podcast on Trib Total Media on March 7 (audio in 1, 2 parts).

Dana Tai Soon Burgess, chair of the Department of Theatre and Dance and associate professor of dance, choreographed “Dancing the Dream,” an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, and was featured in the New York Times story, "A Nation’s Soul, Tapping and Twirling" on March 6.

Leighton Ku, professor of health policy, was mentioned in the Washington Post story, "Business agenda" on March 7.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law was mentioned in the American Thinker article, "When Democrats Defended the Constitution" on March 8.

Sheherazade Reham, professor of international business and finance and of international affairs, was interviewed for the Voice of Russia article, "Bosnia Turmoil and EU: Economics, Politics and Disillusion," about the political situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina on March 7. 

Cory Welt, associate research professor of international affairs, was interviewed for the NPR program, "Radio Times" regarding the crisis in Ukraine on March 6. 

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "Why most conservativees are secretly liberals," on March 6. 

Susan Wood, associate professor of health policy and of environmental health and occupational health, was quoted for the Washington Business Journal article, "Drug makers' spending in D.C. is way up: Report," on March 6.

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor at the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the U.S. News and World Report article, "A New Day, But the Same Old CIA," on March 5.

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and director of the Political Management Graduate Program, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "Channeling Roosevelt," on March 5.

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and director of the Political Management Graduate Program, was quoted in the Christian Science Monitor article, "California Democrats lose supermajority. Can Republicans become relevant?" on March 5.

Tara Sonenshine, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the Christian Science Monitor article, "Humanitarian aid is the best, and only, solution for Syria," on March 5.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in The New York Times article, "Some Policies Get More Time in Health Shift," on March 5.

Chris Arterton, professor of political management, was interviewed for the Voice of Russia segment, "Alleged targeting of Tea Party is not IRS’s biggest problem," about the ongoing IRS-Tea Party situation, on March 5 (audio).

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed on a Fox News report about the crisis in Ukraine, on March 5 (video).

Nathan J. Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted for the New York times article, "Bright Passages," on March 4. 

Paul Carrillo, associate professor of economics and international affairs, was quoted for the Wall Street Journal article, "Can Listings Be Used to Predict Home Prices?" on March 4.

Roberto Izurieta, director of the Latin American Projects for the Graduate School of Political Management, was quoted for the NBC News online article, "Not Just Cubans: Many Latinos Now Call Miami Home," on 
March 4. 

Mark Kennedy, professor of political management and director of the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the Huffington Post article, "Will Obama Go Big or Base on Budget?

Elizabeth Rigby, assistant professor of public policy, public and administration, and political science, wrote the Boston Globe article, "Not all election reforms promote equality," on March 4. 

Ralph G. Steinhardt, Arthur Selwyn Miller Research Professor of Law, was quoted for the New York Times article, "Big Victory for Chevron Over Claims in Ecuador," on March 4. 

Thomas Mallon, professor of English, wrote the New York Times article, "What's It Like Reading 'Peyton Place' Today?" on March 4. 

Marsha Regenstein, professor of health policy, was quoted for the Newsweek article, "How Obamacare May Lower the Prison Population More Than Any Reform in a Generation," on March 3. 

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted for the Washington Times article, "EDITORIAL: The malingering Congress empowers Obama," on March 3. 

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor at the Graduate School of Political Management, was quoted for the McClatchy article, "Now open: The Hillary Clinton (campaign?) store," on March 3. 

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and drector of the Political Management Graduate Program, was quoted for the Washington Times article, "Obama budget plan likely to be full of 'bullet-point campaign stickers'," on March 3. 

Cory Welt, associate research professor of international affairs, co-wrote the Center for American Progress article, "Responding to Russia's Illegal Military Incursion in Ukraine," on March 3. 

Amitai Etzioni, university professor and professor of international affairs, wrote the Diplomat article, "Near East and Far East: Not So Distant," on March 3. 

Sean Roberts, associate professor of the practice of international affairs and of anthropology, was quoted for the CNN article, "Q&A: China's restive far west," on March 2. 

Todd Miller, associate professor of exercise science, was quoted for the Washington Post article, "Put your body to these tests at GWU's Weight Management and Human Performance Laboratory," regarding the GW weight management and human performace lab on March 2. 

John Banzhaf, professor of law, was quoted for the Minneapolis Star Tribune article, "Food makers' 'natural' claim draws scrutiny," on March 2. 

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed for MSNBC regarding the crisis in Ukraine on March 1. 

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "Is it a crime to smuggle a camera into a Supreme Court argument and to film the proceedings inside?" on March 1. 

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "How big business got behind gay rights," on March 1. 

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, wrote the Washington Post article, "Obama is using the OSCE to giver Russia an exit strategy ... if it wants one," on March 1. 

February 2014

Stephen Salzburg, Wallace and Beverly Woodbury University Professor of Law, was quoted for the Voice of Russia article, "Should 'Stand Your Ground' retreat? Zimmerman lawyer sees need for change," on February 28.

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "California appellate court allows looking at your smartphone while driving," on February 28.

Daniel Gordon, assistant dean of procurement law, was quoted for the Washington Post, "Bidders 'stunned' by sudden cancellation of federal contract," on February 27. 

Mark R. Kennedy, professor of political management and director of the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the Huffington Post article, "Camp and Hagel Swing for the Fences," on February 27. 

Elizabeth Saunders, associate professor of political science and international affairs, co-wrote the Washington Post article, "The new defense budget may change less than you think," on February 27. 

Susan Wood, associate professor of health policy and of enviroment and occupational health, was quoted for the Boston Globe article, "Cheaper, generic versions of emergency contraception to be sold to buyers of all ages," on February 27. 

Steve Billet, director of the Legislative Affairs program and of the PAC Management Graduate Certificate, was quoted for the Fox 5 online article, "Tea party activists strategize in DC on 5th anniversary," on February 27. 

Neil Buchanan, professor of law, wrote the Verdict article, "The Dignity of Work Without End: Do Conservatives Really Want People Never to Retire?" on February 27.

Roberto Izurieta, Director of Latin American Projects for the Graduate School of Political Management, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article, "Ecuador's President to Shuffle Cabinet," on February 26.

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "Five thoughts about Fernandez v. California," on February 26.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the U.S. News & World Report article, "Court Orders Google to Remove Anti-Muhammad YouTube Video," on February 26.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, and Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, were quoted in the Associated Press story, "NSA surveillance: A new door to court challenges?" on February 26. The story was reprinted in top-tier media outlets, including: The Washington Post, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the San Francisco Chronicle, Long Island Newsday, Houston Chronicle and ABC News.

Scott Khan, professional lecturer in the school of public health and health services, was quoted in the Associated Press story, "A Look at the Changing Obesity Landscape for Kids," on February 26. The story was preprinted in to-tier media, including: ABC News, Miami Herald and U.S. News & World Report.

Steve Billet, director or the Legislative Affairs program and the PAC Management Graduate Certificate, was quoted in the Fusion article, "Why Immigration Reform’s Hail Mary Won’t Succeed," on February 26.

Testimony by Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the International Business Times article, "Republicans Still Looking For Ways To Cut Obama's Alleged Executive Overreach," on February 26.

Testimony by Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Congress urged to challenge Obama’s executive actions," on February 26.

Melissa Napolitano, associate professor of prevention and community health, and student Laura Porter were interviewed on WTOP about eating disorders, on February 26 (audio).

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted for the National Journal article, "Can Obamacare Avoid a Consumer Rebellion?" on February 26. 

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, commented on the attorney general's remarks about the the selective defense of laws for the Fox News program, "The Kelly Fire," on February 25. 

Stephen Saltzburg, Wallace and Beverley Woodbury Unversity Professor of Law, was interviewed about a Supreme Court ruling on warrantless searches for the NPR segment, "All Things Considered," on February 25. 

Richard C. Thornton, professor of history and international affairs, wrote the Wall Street Journal article, "The U.S. Is the Weak Link in Asia," on February 25. 

William Lawrence, visiting professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted for The Economist article, "Mixed Fortunes," on February 25. 

Major Garrett, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the National Journal article, "Rahm on Trade: You Want to Sell Cars or Tanks?" on February 25. 

David Karpf, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was quoted for the Huffington Post article, "What the Mainstream Media Doesn't Understand About the Road to a Society Without Mass Surveillance," on February 25. 

Daniel Gordon, assitant dean of procureent law, was quoted for the Bloomberg article, "EU Targets Buy America in Trade as Streetcar Maker Grows," on Fabruary 25. 

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted for the Christian Science Monitor article, "Egypt's cabinet resigns, ducking growing anger over economic hardship," on February 24. 

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, wrote the Washington Post article, "Snowden-type leaks will force the U.S. to be more transparent," on Febraury 24. 

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post artticle, "Political takeaways from the Federal Reserve transcripts," on February 24. 

Scheherazade Rehman, Steve Ross Professorial fellow and professor of international business and international affairs, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "What Good Are All These Numbers?" on February 24.

David Fontana, associate professor of law, was quoted for the Washington City Paper article, "'Help Us, China!' and Other Plans for D.C. Voting Rights," on February 24. 

Lisa Delpy Neirotti, associate professor of tourism and sport management, was interviewed on a BBC News report about her experience at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia on February 24 (video).

Tara Sonenshine, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, co-authored the Foreign Affairs article, "Taking Disability Seriously," on February 23.

Lisa Delpy Neirotti, associate professor of tourism and sport management, was quoted in the 9News.com article, "American attends 17 Olympic games," on February 22.

Introductory remarks by Eric Arnesen, professor of American labor history, were featured on CSPAN3's, "Vagrancy Laws and the 1960s," on February 22 (video).

Lisa Delpy Neirotti, associate professor of tourism and sport management, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "When the Olympics end, what will become of Sochi?" on February 21.

Joann Weiner, lecturer in economics, wrote the Washington Post article, "College kids 'say the darndest things' about Obamacare," and included quotes from several of her students, on February 21.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, wrote the Washington Post article, "Five key questions – and answers – about the threat to Volkswagen investment in the South," on February 21.

David Brunori, research professor of public policy and public administration and professorial lecturer in law, was quoted in the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle article, "Report: IBM paid 5.2% tax rate in the U.S.," on February 21.

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and director of the Graduate School of Political Management, participated in Trib Total Media's "Off Road Politics" podcast, on February 21 (audio).

Donald Clarke, David Weaver Research Professor of Law, was interviewed for The Atlantic article, "What House of Cards Gets Right (and Wrong) About China," on February 21.

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, wrote the Washington Post article, "CBO minimum wage report creates quandary for White House," on February 19.

Mary Cheh, professor of law and Elyce Zenoff Research Professor of Law, provided comment for the WUSA article, "DC cabby 'kidnaps' Councilmember's daughter over cash," saying her daughter was technically kidnapped in a taxicab dispute over cash or credit, on February 19.

Kathy Korman Frey, adjunct professor in the School of Business, provides comment for the Fox Business article, "Colleges Working to Stop Student Entrepreneur Dropouts," on February 19.

David Shinn, professorial lecturer in the Elliott School of International Affairs, was interviewed for WAMU-FM's “The Kojo Nnamdi Show,” segment "U.S. Diplomatic Ties to Ethiopia," on February 19.

An article written by Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was mentioned on the WGN-AM segment, “Scalia’s originalist theory of pizza,” on February 19 (audio).

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and director of the Political Management program, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "Low Trust in Government Is Not a Big Problem," on February 19.

Mark Kennedy, professor of political management and director of the Graduate School of Political Management, co-authored the Minneapolis Star-Tribune article, "Trade talks? NAFTA is a guide," on February 18.

John Banzhaf, professor of law, debated the merits of class-action lawsuits against the food industry for the Fox News program, "Fox & Friends," on February 18. 

Mark R. Kennedy, professor of political management and director of the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the Huffington Post, "Hollywood's Secrets for Success," on February 18. 

Henry Nau, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted for the Japan Times article, "U.S. urges pragmatic rapprochement," on February 18. 

Leana Wen, instructor in emergency medicine, wrote the NPR article, "When A Prescription For Pain Pills Becomes A Gateway To Addiciton," on February 15. 

Orin Kerr, professor of law and Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "Did the NSA really help spy on U.S. lawyers?" on February 16. 

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted for the Los Angeles Times article, "Atty. Gen. Eric Holder reinvigorated to pursue his goals," on February 15. 

Shaista Khilji, professor of human organizational learning, was mentioned for the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, "Workshop on global competition set for RIT," on February 14. 

Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics and international affairs, was quoted for the PolitiFact article, "NRCC says Congressional Budget Offic predicts Obamacare will cost economy 2.5 million jobs," on February 14. 

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted for the Voice of America article, "Arab Judiciaries Show Little Reform After Arab Spring," on February 14. 

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed for the PBS segment, "The ethics of whistleblowing," on February 14. 

John Sides, associate prfoessor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "Do Republican presidents produce higher infant mortality rates?" on February 14. 

Rebecca Katz, associate professor of health policy and of emergency medicine, was quoted for the Reuters article, "Threat of global disease outbreaks spawns 27-nation pact," on February 13. 

Tara Sonenshine, distiguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the Washington Post article, "After running the rat race, some women are slowing down their space," on February 13. 

Neil H. Buchanan, professor of law, wrote the Verdict article, "The Short, Unhappy Life of a Republican Attack Line, and Its Angry Aftermath," on February 13. 

Steve Vladeck, professor of law, was quoted for the Washington Times article, "Rand Paul launches suit against NSA programs," on February 12. 

Henry Farrell, associate professor of international affairs and political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "The political science of cybersecurity II: Why cryptography is so important," on February 12. 

Melani McAlister, chair of the Department of American Studies and associate professor of American studies and international affairs, wrote the Baltimore Sun article, "Maryland bills would stifle academic freedom [Commentary]," on February 12. 

Annamaria Lusardi, Denit Trust Professorial Fellow and professor of accountancy and of economics, was quoted for the Wall Street Journal article, "Economics Education Moves 'Sideways'," on February 12. 

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management and professor of political management, co-wrote the USA Today article, "Expand trade, improve economy: Column," on February 12. 

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted for the Fox News article, "Obama's executive actions are 'a very dangerous thing', legal scholar says," on February 12. 

Leighton Ku, professor of health policy, was quoted for the PolitiFact article, "Charlie Crist says six Floridians die a day due to lack of Medicaid expansion," on February 12. 

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and director of the Political Management Graduate Program, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "The State of the Battleground States," on February 12. 

Edward Berkowitz, professor of history and public policy and public administration, was quoted for the PolitiFact article, "George Will says Social Security was created in the 1930s 'as a way of getting people to quite working'," on February 11. 

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "Why it matters what the public thinks about Janet Yellen," on February 11. 

Daniel Gordon, associate dean for procurement law, was quoted for the Bloomberg article, "Snowden Vetter Risks U.S. Contract Ban," on February 11. 

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor in  the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "When Beatlemania Came to D.C.," on February 11. 

David K. Rehr, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the Huffington Post article, "Which Party Will Grab the Mantle of Transparency?" on February 10. 

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, wrote the Washington Post article, "How the 9/11 Commission helped Edward Snowden," on February 10. 

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "A New Front in the War on Poverty," on February 10. 

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed about the situation in Libya ahaead of a U.N. review of sanctions for Aljazeera America on February 9.

Robert Glicksman, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Environmental Law, was mentioned for his 2010 study regarding enforcement actions in Maryland under the Clean Water Act for the Associated Press article, "NC regulators shielded Duke's coal ash pollution," on February 9. 

Joann Weiner, preofessor of economics, wrote the Washington Post article, "Women losing retail, government jobs as men get back to work in construction," on February 9. 

Leana Wen, instructor in emergency medicine, wrote a letter to the editor of the New York Times titled, "Letters to the Editor: The Uses and Abuses of CT Scans," on February 6. 

Lance Price, professor of environmental and occupational health, was quoted for the Washington Post article, "Salmonella outbreaks expose weaknesses in USDA oversight," on February 6. 

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "House Republicans do not need Jesus Christ as their speaker," on February 6. 

Mark Strand, adjunct professor, was featured in the Politico article, "Hill survival guide gets an update," for his book, "Surviving Inside Congress," on February 6. 

Lynn R. Goldman, dean of the School of Public Health and Health Services and professor of environmental and occupational health, and Paul H. Irving, wrote the Sacramento Bee article, "Prevention: An investment in the nations health (and wealth)," on February 6.

Neil Buchanan, professor of law, wrote the Verdict article, "Debt by Any Other Name: Even If the President Were to Default on Our Obligations, He Would Still Violate the Debt Ceiling," on February 6.

Jeffrey Joseph, professor of business, wrote The Detroit News article, "Washington’s lesser-known revolving door open to partisans," on February 6.

Vinayak Jha, assistant professor of medicine, was interviewed for Aljazeera America about CVS's decision to stop selling tobacco on February 5. 

Annamaria Lusardi, Denit Trust Professorial Fellow and professor of accountancy and of economics, was quoted in the U.S. News & World Report Health Day article, "When Times Are Tough, People Cut Down on Doctor Visits," on February 5.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management and professor of political management, wrote The Hill article, "Opposition to 'fast track' - small thinking with big downside," on February 5.

John Banzhaf, professor of law, was interviewed on an MSNBC report about CVS’ decision to stop selling tobacco, on February 5 (video).

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, wrote the Washington Post article, "For top-notch tax advice, turn to the women," on February 5.

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "In an unusual passage, Judge King celebrates the scope of federal conspiracy law," on February 5.

Gary Anderson, lecturer in the Elliott School of International Affairs, wrote the Foreign Policy article, "The Future of War essays: The attack of the robot rats in the Korean War of 2019," on February 5.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was quoted in the MSNBC article, "Georgia is site of latest GOP attack on early voting," on February 5.

Daniel Solove, professor of law, was quoted in the NBC News article, "Byte Me: How Our Gadgets Track Our Every Move," on February 5.

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Program and associate professor of political management, wrote the U.S. News & World Repot article, "A CBO Report With Something for Everyone," on February 5.

John Banzhaf, professor of law, provided comment for the CBS News Update segment about CVS’ decision to stop selling tobacco, on February 5 (audio).

Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics and international relations, was quoted in the PolitiFact article, "Carlson: CBO says Obamcare will cut full-time jobs by 2.3 million," on February 4.

Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics and international relations, was quoted in the PolitiFact article, "John Boehner says Obamacare is 'expected to destroy 2.3 million jobs,'" on February 4.

Lisa Page, acting director of creative writing and adjunct professor of English, wrote the Washington Post article, "The 'Visionist', by Rachel Urquhart," on February 4. 

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted for the Bloomberg article, "Obamacare Insurers May Be Forced to Add Medical Providers," on February 4. 

Henry Hertzfield, research professor of space policy and international affairs, was quoted from his testimony at a House science subcommittee hearing last Tuesday for the Wall Street Journal article, "Private Space Flights Stir Regulatory Debate," on February 4. 

Lisa Delpy Neirotti, associate professor of tourism and sports management, was quoted for the Voice of America article, "Rising Cost of Olympics Begs Question: Why Host?" on February 4. 

Daniel Gordon, associate dean for procurement law, was quoted for the Bloomberg article, "Keystone Foes Struggle for Silver Lining in U.S. Report," on Feruary 4. 

Scheherazade Rehman, Steve Ross Professorial fellow and professor of international business and international affairs, was interviewed on NPR's "On Point" segment about emerging markets and the global economy, on February 4 (audio clip in 6 parts: 1,2,3,4,5,6).

Steven Schooner, Nash and Cibinic Professor of Government Procurement Law, was quoted for the Wall Street Journal article, "Role of U.S. Contractors Grows as Iraq Fights Insurgents," on February 3.  

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and director of the Political Management Graduate Program, provided comment on “The John Batchelor Show" about various political topics, on February 3 (audio clip in 2 parts: 1,2).

Robert Cottrol, professor of law, history and sociology and the Harold Paul Green Research Professor of Law, was quoted in the Christian Science Monitor article, "Gun debate: Is price of an armed America a more dangerous America?" on February 2.

Orin Kerr, professor of law and Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "Waiting for the dogs during police traffic stops," on February 1.

Orin Kerr, professor of law and Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "The Fourth Circuit holds oral argument in the Lavabit case," on February 1.

Alison Ehrlich, professor of dermatology, was quoted in the WTOP.com article, "How to prevent and treat dry skin in winter," on February 1.

Neal Barnard, adjunct associate professor of medicine, partcipated in WNYC-FM's "Intelligence Square Debates" in support of the premise, “don’t eat anything with a face,” on February 2 (audio).

January 2014

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed about the possibility that Amanda Knox will be extradited to Italy for the ABC television program, "ABC World News With Diane Sawyer," on January 31. 

Michael Wenger, adjunct professor of sociology, wrote the Huffington Post article, "Pete Seeger: His Public Face Was His Private Face," on January 31.

Comments made by Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, on CNN in 2012 were mentioned in the Baltimore Sun article, "No, it’s not time yet to move on from Columbia mall coverage," on January 31.

Lynn Goldman, director of the School of Public Health and Health Services, was quoted for the NPR article, "Weeks Later, More Questions Than Answers in W. VA. Chemical Spill," on January 31. 

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in the Politico article, "Obamacare 2.0: More Regulation," on January 31.

Jessica Tillipman, professorial lecturer in clinical law, was interviewed on WTOP2 about problems with a federal contractor that conducts background checks, on January 31 (audio clip in 2 parts: 1,2).

Daniel Gordon, associate dean of procurement law, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "The federal outsourcing boom and why it’s failing Americans," on January 31.

Mention that Cynthia Lee, professor of law and Charles Kennedy Poe Research Professor of Law, was mentioned on WOLB-AM for writing extensively about racial bias, on January 31 (audio).

Wayne Cohen, adjunct professor of law, was quoted in the Forbes article, "Never Leave It To The Kicker: How To Build A Defensive Financial Game Plan To Stand The Test Of Time," on January 31.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management and professor of political management, was interviewed for the Voice of America report, "Analysts Say Republicans Under Pressure on Immigration Reform," on January 30 (video).

Robert Tuttle, professor of law and religion and D.R. & S. Kirschner Berz Research Professor of Law, was quoted in the Washington Times article, "Pentagon rules under scrutiny by religious rights proponents," on January 30.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed about the transfer of power in comparison to the situation in Egypt for the NPR radio segment, "Here and Now," on January 30. 

Sufian Zhemukhov, visiting scholar in Russian and East European Studies, was quoted for the Financial Times article, "Russia tightens security at 'fortress Sochi' to protect Olympics," on January 30. 

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted for the the NPR article, "Rep. Henry Waxman, Ferocious Liberal, Says He Will Retire," on January 30. 

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, wrote the Washingon Post article, "Four reasons why Obama can't do much about income inequality," on January 30. 

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted in The Guardian article, "Academics protest proposal to ban them from blogging," on January 30.

Peter Shin, associate professor of health policy, was quoted in the Mother Jones article, "These States Are Passing Laws To Restrict Health Care 'Navigators,'" on Janaury 30.

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, president emeritus of GW and University Professor of Public Service, provided comment for the Inside Higher Ed article, "The Last $5M Payday?" on Brandeis’ compensation committee, on January 30.

Chris Arterton, professor of political management, was quoted in the Voice of Russia article, "Libertarians, progressives critique Obama's SOTU," on January 30 (audio).

John Sides, assistant professor of political science, wrote The Washington Post article, "How liberal was Obama’s State of the Union address?" on January 29.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, wrote The Washington Post article, "How the partial death of the filibuster will shape the federal courts," on January 29.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the Foreign Policy article, "President Prioritized Popularity of Legacy," on January 29.

Amitai Etzioni, University Professor and professor of international affairs, and P.J. Crowley, research professor of media and public affairs and a fellow in the Institute of Public Diplomacy, were quoted in the China Daily USA article, "Japan should learn from Germany: US expert," on January 29.

Major Garrett, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the National Journal article, "Enforcer in Chief Must Reach Far Beyond the Power of the Pen," on January 29.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the Philly.com article, "Restore the Balance," from testimony he gave last December at a House Judiciary Committee hearing, on January 29.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted in the Inside Higher Ed article, "Is Blogging Unscholarly?" on January 29.

A column written by Sarah Binder, professor of political science, about Ben Bernanke’s legacy was referenced in the Market Watch article, "Bernanke’s political legacy, and more Wednesday must-reads," on January 29.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, wrote The Washington Post article, "What will be Bernanke’s political legacy?" on January 29.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted in the Christian Science Monitor article, "State of the Union: How are voters reacting to Obama's speech? (+video)," on January 29.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in The Hill article, "The descent of Obama," from an interview he did with the Christian Science Monitor, on January 29.

Timothy Moore, assistant professor of economics, was interviewed on WAMU-FM about the effects of crack cocaine on education, on January 29 (audio).

A Planet Forward segment featuring Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, was featured on Bloomberg West, on January  29 (video).

Samer Hamdar, assistant professor of civil engineering, was interviewed on CNN about the traffic nightmare in Atlanta, on January 29 (video).

Lara Brown, associate professor of political science and director of the Political Management Graduate Program, was interviewed about the proposed minimum wage increase for the NBC segment, "SOTU: Locals Keeping Close Watch on Minimum Wage," on January 28. 

John Sides, associate professor of political science, co-wrote the Washington Post article, "The political ideology of State of the Union addresses (in 1 graph)," on January 28. 

Scheherazade Rehman, professor of international business and international affairs, wrote hte U.S. News & World Report article, "Income Inequality Wodens Across the Globe," on January 28. 

Daniel Gordon, associate dean for government procurement law studies, was quoted for the Wall Street Journal article, "The Wages of War," on January 28. 

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, wrote the Washington Post article, "Rousseff, Mayer, Lagarde: Davos women on democracy, the NSA and the economy," on January 28. 

John Sides, associate professor political science, was quoted in the New York Daily News article, "Warren: Obama faces monumental hurdles as State of the Union looms," on January 27.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, wrote the Huffington Post article, "The State of the Union and African Americans," on January 27. 

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and director of the Political Management Graduate Program, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "Washington Has the Talking Down, Just not the Listening," on January 27. 

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "Republicans have a 44% chance of taking the Senate. But it may be much higher," on January 27. 

David Fontana, associate professor of law, wrote the Huffington Post article, "The Neglected District," on January 27. 

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "Justice Sotomayor on her privacy opinion: 'Remember, I was only one of nine'," on January 27. 

P.J. Crowley, research professor of media and public affairs and a fellow in the Institute of Public Diplomacy and Global Communications, wrote the MSNBC article, "On Iran, Obama needs to call out skeptics," on January 27. 

Gerard Gioi, professor of pediatrics and psychiatry and behvioral sciences, was quoted for the Chicago Tribune article, "Scientists unveil pitch count for head injury prevention," on January 27. 

Research by Annamaria Lusardi, professor of economics and of accountancy, was mentioned in the Time article, "The Secret to Success in a Global Economy," for showing that only one-third of adults in the U.S. can correctly answer three basic questions about compound interest, inflation and diversification, on January 27.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted in the CNN article, "Frustrated progressives start to look beyond Obama," on January 26.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Associated Press article, "Tunisia Finally Passes Progressive Constitution," on January 26. The AP story was reprinted in top-tier media, including: The Washington Post, The San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today, Houston Chronicle, Miami Herald, St. Louis Patch-Dispatch, Fox News, NPR and Time.

Myron Belkind, professional lecturer in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was mentioned in the Huffington Post article, "The National Press Club Reaches the World," for being celebrated last weekend as the 107th president of the National Press Club, on January 26.

Nancy Bocskor, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, was quoted in the Omaha World-Herald article, "Lawmakers stoke coffers during glitzy getaways," on January 26.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed on NPR's "On the Media" about a pending Supreme Court case involving restitution for a victim of child pornography, on January 25 (audio).

Joann Weiner, lecturer in the department of economics, wrote the Washington Post article, "At Davos, Sheryl Sandberg’s silence on politics and quotas says it all," on January 25.

Ami Zota, assistant professor of environmental and occupational health, was quoted in the USA Today article, "Exposure to some banned chemicals decreases," on January 24.

Cynthia McClintock, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article, "Peru, Chile Brace for Maritime Border Ruling," on January 24.

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the Washington Post book review, "‘Ping-pong Diplomacy: The Secret History Behind the Game That Changed the World’ by Nicholas Griffin," on January 24.

Randall Eliason, adjunct professor of law, was interviewed on NewsChannel 8 about the federal corruption charges against former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, on January 24 (video).

Comments made by Randall Eliason, adjunct professor of law, were mentioned on a MSNBC report about the federal corruption charges against former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, on January 24 (video).

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed on CNN about Edward Snowden’s options, on January 24 (video).

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was interviewed on NPR's "Tell Me More" about a new congressional proposal for the Voting Rights Act, on January 24 (audio).

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and director of the Political Management Graduate Program, participated in Trib Live Media's “Off Road Politics” podcast, on January 24 (audio).

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "Rethinking Privacy Laws," on January 24. 

Ben Vinson, dean of the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted in the Diverse: Issues in Higher Education article, "Black Scholars: Sincerity Key to Academy’s Dealing With Faculty Prospects," on January 23.

John Sides, associate professor of political science and international affairs, wrote the Washington Post article, "Data and analytics have changed campaigns. Now what's next?" on January 23. 

Randall Eliason, adjunt professor of law, was quoted for the Fox News article, "Republicans convicted by the media, but that doesn't mean they're crooks," on January 24. 

Katherine Larsen, professional technology fellow and teaching assistant professor in the university writing program, was quoted for the Wired article, "Sherlock Isn't the Fan-Friendly Show You Think It Is," on January 24. 

Joan Meier, clinical professor of law, was quoted for the Aljazeera article, "Do courts use a controversial theory to punish mothers who allege abuse?" on January 24. 

Testimony given by Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was mentioned in the CBS Philly article, "Dick Morris First to Speak With Congressman Jim Gerlach About New Piece of Legislature," on January 23,

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, wrote the Washington Post article,"The political science of cybersecurity - why people fight so hard over cybersecurity," on January 23. 

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Graduate Program and associate professor of political management, authored the U.S. News & World Report article, "David Vitter's Gubernatorial Ripple Effect," on January 22.

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, authored the Washington Post article, "Should the IRS decide whether a woman has been raped?" on January 22.

Margaret Soltan, associate professor of English, was quoted in the Bloomberg article, "Madoff Haunts Yeshiva as University Slides to Junk: Muni Credit," on January 22.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in The New York Times article, "Egypt Charges Renowned Scholar With Espionage," on January 22.

Randall Eliason, professorial lecturer in law, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Experts: McDonnell corruption difficult to prove in court," on January 22.

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, provided comment on NPR's "On Point" about surveillance by private companies and privacy concerns, on January 22 (audio clip in 6 parts: 1,2,3,4,5,6).

Randall Eliason, adjunct professor in the School of Law, provided comment on WAMU-FM about the federal corruption charges against former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, on January 22 (audio).

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, provided comment on a MSNBC report about a labor union case before the Supreme Court, on January 21 (video).

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted for the Los Angeles Times article, "Obama's data gurus -myths and reality," on January 21. 

Thomas Mallon, professor of English, co-wrote the New York Times article, "Which Authors or Books Have Worked on You as 'Negative Influences'?" on January 21. 

Major Garrett, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the National Journal article, "Comatose or Equipoise?" on January 21. 

Susan Wood, associate professor of health policy and of environmental and occupational health, was quoted for the Think Progress article, "The Next Battleground For Reproductive Rights: Maintaining Insurance Coverage For Abortion," on January 21. 

Daniel Hayes, professor of political science, was quoted for hte U.S. News & World Report article, "Wendy Davis May Be Able to Leverage Backlash in Her Favor," on January 21. 

Lara Brown, associate professor of political managemnt and the director of the Political Management Graduate Program, was quoted for the the Washington Times article, "Sen. David Vitter to run for Louisiana governor in 2015," on January 21. 

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, wrote the Washington Post article, "When can the police pull over a car based on an anonymous tip?" on January 21. 

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Graduate Program and associate professor of political science, provided comment on a Fox Business Network report about President Obama’s poll numbers and the economy, on January 21 (video).

Lisa Delpy Neirotti, associate professor of tourism and sport management, and several graduate students, were interviewed for WJLA, Washington about their upcoming trip to the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, on January 20. 

Lisa McGrail, assistant clinical professor of medicine, was quoted for the Washington Post article, "Unexpected diagnosis: pregnancy-associated breast cancer," on January 20. 

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Graduate Program and associate professor of political management, provided comment on "The John Batchelor Show" on various political topics, on January 20 (audio clip in 2 parts: 1,2).

Jerrold Post, professor of psychiatry, political psycology and international affairs, was quoted for the Christian Scienc Monitor article, "North Korea: a breakout moment for Kim Jong-un?" on January 19. 

Doug Guthrie, professor of international business, of management and of sociology, wrote the Forbes article, "Who's to Blame for Creating a Toxic Organizational Culture?

Celeste Monforton, professional lecturer in the School of Public Health and Health Services, was quoted for the Miami Herald article, "New rules would let poultry industry rule the roost on plant saftey, critics say," on January 16. 

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, wrote the Washington Post article, "Five key questions- and answers -about the Oscar nominations lottery," on January 16. 

Jim Lo Scalzo, lecturer in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the New York Times article, "Welcome to Watchington," on January 17. 

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was quoted for the MSNBC article, "Fix for Voting Rights Act goes easy on voter ID," on January 16. 

Gregg Andrew Brazinsky, associate professor of history and international affairs, wrote the CNN online article, "U.S. should speak truth to Japan," on January 16. 

WalkUP report findings by Chris Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and Research Professor of Urban Real Estate, were discussed in the Greater Greater Washington article, "Prince George's seeks the right kind of growth around Green Line stations," on January 15.

Research by Ami Zota, assistant professor of environmental and occupational health, was featured in the Fox News article, "Some banned chemicals being replaced by harmful substitutes, study shows," on January 15.

Research by Ami Zota, assistant professor of environmental and occupational health, was featured in the Health Day article, "Ban on Class of Chemicals Lowers Human Exposures, Study Finds," on January 15. 

Ami Zota, assistant professor of environmental and occupational health, was interviewed on KCBS-AM about a study that found new phthalates are taking the place of banned substances, on January 15.

Ami Zota, assistant professor of environmental and occupational health, was quoted in the NBC News article, "Policies cut some chemicals, but others replaced them, study finds," on January 15.

Allan Friedman, visiting scholar, was quoted in the Sane Jose Mercury News article, "Quinn: What the tech industry wants to hear from Obama about NSA spying," on January 15.

Daniel Gordon, associate dean for Government Procurement Law Studies, was quoted in The New York Times article, "Federal Contracts Plunge, Squeezing Private Companies," on January 15.

Daniel Gordon, associate dean for Government Procurement Law Studies, was quoted in the Bloomberg Businessweek article, "Federal Contracts Slump to Reagan-Era Pace Amid Budget Battles," on January 15.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Reuters article, "Egypt voters overwhelmingly back constitution: official sources," on January 15. 

John Sides, associate professor of political science and international affairs, authored The Washington Post article, "Is it really so ‘laughable’ for Republicans to nominate Chris Christie for president?" on January 15.

Balla Mohamed Keita, part-time faculty in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, authored the Brookings Institute article, "Foresight Africa 2014: Professionalization of Political Parties - A Precondition to Peace and Stability in Africa," on January 15.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, authored The Washington Post article, "Chasing Oscar nominations is like gambling in the lottery," on January 15.

Fitzhugh Mullan, professor of health policy and of pediatrics, was interviewed for a NewsChannel 8 report about a shortage of primary care doctors, on January 15 (video).

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, provided comment on WSB-AM about a ruling against Oklahoma’s ban on gay marriage, on January 15 (audio).

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed on “The Takeaway with John Hockenberry,” about nuclear negotiations with Iran, on January 15 (audio).

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Graduate Program and associate professor of political management, authored the U.S. News & World Report article, "The Democrats' Gathering Storm," on November 15.

Hope Harrison, associate professor of history and international affairs, was quoted in the Washington Free Beacon article, "Thousands of Berlin Wall Documents Declassified," on January 14.

Lisa Delpy Neirotti, associate professor of tourism and sport management, was interviewed on NewsChannel 8 about taking a group of graduate business students to the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, on January 14. Several students also were interviewed (video).

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was interviewed about the Citizens United campaign finance ruling, on January 14 and 15 (video).

A recent study by Michael Miller, assistant professor of political science, that looks at the history of authoritarian elections, was referenced in the Slate article, "The Case for Holding Bogus Elections," on January 14.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in The Washington Post article, "Morning Plum: Obamacare derangement fades among Republicans (a bit)," on January 14.

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in the USA Today article, "Study: Navigator laws limit health exchange outreach," about a GW study that looked at Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, on January 14.

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in the Kaiser Health News article, "Ill-Defined Coverage Muddles Insurance For Developmentally Disabled," on January 14.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in The New York Times article, "Arab Neighbors Take Split Paths in Constitutions," on January 14.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Time article, "Why Egyptians Are Voting Away Their Freedoms," on January 14.

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, authored The Washington Post article, "Rubio, Shriver are both right, and wrong, about progress in war on poverty," on January 14.

Fitzhugh Mullan, professor of health policy and of pediatrics, was quoted in the WJLA.com article, "ACA in effect could mean shortage of doctors," on January 14.

Major Garrett, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, authored the National Journal article, "Long-Term Unemployed See Lives as 'Scary,' 'Nerve-Wracking,' 'Falling Behind.' They Don't See 'Recovery,'" on January 14.

Michael Kaplen, part-time faculty in the school of law, was quoted in the USA Today article, "Judge preliminarily denies NFL concussion settlement," on January 14.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the National Journal article, "If You Want Obama to Rein In the NSA, You're About to Be Disappointed," on January 14.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article, "Egypt Holds Vote on New Constitution," on January 14.

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in the USA Today article, "Study: Navigator laws limit health exchange outreach," about a recently released GW study on states that have not expanded Medicaid as part of the Affordable Care Act, on January 14.

Vivek Jain, assistant professor of medicine, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "A new you, but no work," on January 14.

An interview with Lisa Delpy Neirotti, associate professor of tourism and sport management, was interviewed on WNEW-FM about taking a group of business students to the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, on January 14 (audio clip in 2 parts: 1,2).

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed on NPR's "All Things Considered" about the election in Egypt for a new constitution, on January 14 (audio).

Kip Lornell, adjunct professor of music and ethnomusicology, was quoted in the Voice of America article, "Songs Against Slavery Used as tool for Abolition," on January 13.

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in the NBC News article, "State efforts to block Obamacare are working, study finds," about a GW study that found that laws restricting outreach and enrollment efforts of Obamacare have handicapped community health centers that are a key component of plans to get health insurance to millions of Americans who lack it, on January 13.

David Costanza, associate professor of psychology and of organization science, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "For psychologists who tend to federal employees, there’s a lot to work through," on January 13.

Mike Shanahan, assistant professor of journalism, was quoted in The Washington Times article, "Journalists flock to jobs in Obama administration," on January 13.

Stephen A. Saltzburg, Wallace and Beverley Woodbury University Professor of Law, was quoted in the Huffington Post article, "Federal Public Corruption Statutes Might Not Cover The Christie Bridge Scandal. A Civil Rights Law Could," on January 13.

Annamaria Lusardi, professor of accountancy and of economics, was quoted in the Fox Business article, "Lessons From Abroad on Financial Education," on January 13.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed on CNN about the Supreme Court’s decision on Arizona’s abortion law, on January 13 (video).

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed for the CBS News Update segment about the Supreme Court’s decision on Arizona’s abortion law, which was also featured on WTIC-AM and WPTF-AM, on January 13 (audio).  

Allan Friedman, visiting scholar in computer science, was interviewed for a NPR segment about NSA surveillance reforms, on January 13 (audio).

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and the director of the Political Management Graduate Program, provided comment on “The John Batchelor Show,” about various political topics, on January 13 (audio clip in 2 parts: 1,2).

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed on KGO-AM about various political topics on KGO-AM, on January 13 (audio).

Jason Osder, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was mentioned in the Los Angeles Times article, "Film Independent Spirit Awards announces filmmaker grant winners," for winning the Truer Than Fiction Award, one of the Spirit Awards filmmaker grants, for his film, “Let the Fire Burn,” on January 11.

Victor Weedn, professor of forensic sciences, was quoted in the Charlotte Observer article, "Why did Jeffrey Williams die?" on January 8.

Susan Wood, associate professor of health policy and of environmental and occupational health, was quoted in the Huffington Post article, "House Republicans Kick Off 2014 With Renewed Focus On Abortion, Birth Control."

John Sides, associate professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in a Reuters article, "In an election year, Republicans join the debate on poverty."

Lara Brown, director of the political management graduate program, wrote the U.S. News & World Report piece, "Political Drama Is So 2013."

John Sides, associate professor of political science and international affairs, wrote the Washington Post article, "Most political independents actually aren’t."

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in The New York Times article, "Polygamy as a Lifestyle Choice, and a Reality TV Brand."

Susan Wood, associate professor of health policy and of environmental and occupational health, was quoted in the Think Progress article, "We’re Finally Getting A Little Closer To Repealing The Hyde Amendment."

Katherine Chretien, associate professor of medicine, wrote the USA Today piece, "23andMe's rush to market irresponsible: Column."

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Christian Science Monitor article, "Can a puppet be a terrorist? In Egypt, this is a serious question."

John Banzhaf III, professor of law, was quoted in the Kansas City Business Journal article, "Feds crack down on Washington Redskins brand. Are Chiefs next?"

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, president emeritus of GW and University Professor of Public Service, wrote the book, “Presidencies Derailed: Why University Leaders Fail and How to Prevent It,” which was featured in a Washington Post piece, "Former GWU president Trachtenberg on why university presidencies are derailed."

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Graduate Program and associate professor of political management, was interviewed on  “The John Batchelor Show” about  politics in light of the retirement of moderate Republican Rep. Jim Gerlach of Pennsylvania (audio in 12 parts).

A School of Public Health and Health Services study that found walking after every meal can reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes was mentioned on WJXT, Jacksonville, Fla., (video).

John Banzhaf, professor of law, was interviewed about the dangers of e-cigarettes on WJR-AM, Detroit (audio).

Daniel Gordon, associate dean of procurement law, was interviewed about GAO’s latest bid protest report to Congress on WTOP2 (audio).

Orin Kerr, professor of law and Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was quoted in the The Associated Press article, "Technology? Some Justices Want to Keep Distance."

Robert Cottrol, professor of law, history and sociology and the Harold Pail Green Research Professor of Law, was quoted in the Christian Science Monitor article, "Chicago gun laws rolled back again: US judge strikes down ban on gun stores."

Ira Lupu, F. Elwood and Eleanor Davis Professor Emeritus of Law in Residence, was quoted in the Atlantic article, "Notre Dame’s Moral Dilemma Over Birth Control."

Advice for battling the extreme cold from Leana Wen, instructor in emergency medicine, was referenced in the Washington Post article, "Bitter cold bites Washington; temps likely to be the lowest in two decades."

Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics and international affairs, was quoted in the Politifact article, "There are 3 unemployed people for every job opening, Obama adviser says."

Walter Reich, Yitzhak Rabin Memorial Professor of International Affairs wrote the Philly.com article, "Reject boycott of Israel."
 
Leana Wen, instructor in emergency medicine, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Frigid air from Midwest engulfs Washington region; wind-chill temps are well below zero." 
 
Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in The New York Times article, "Study Ties Diabetic Crises to Dip in Food Budgets."
 
Ron Waldman, professor of public health, was quoted in the U.S. News & World Report article, "Long-term Health Problems After Natural Disasters Strike."
 
Leana Wen, instructor in emergency medicine, was quoted in the The Washington Times article, "Single-digit temps hit DC (but it feels like 10 below zero!)."
 
Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in the Kaiser Health News article, "Millions Of Lower-Income People Expected To Shift Between Exchanges And Medicaid."
 
Lindsey Malcom-Piqueux, assistant professor of higher education administration, was intereviewed for the KPCC piece, "Even from state’s best high schools, Latinos mostly go to community college."
 
Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed about various political topics on KGO-AM, San Francisco (audio).
 
Lindsey Malcom-Piqueux, assistant professor of higher education administration, was interviewed about the education gap between whites and Latinos in California on KPCC-FM, Los Angeles, (audio).

David Shinn, part-time faculty in international affairs, was quoted in the CNN article, "End of the line for 'Lunatic Express?' Kenya begins multi-billion dollar railway."

David Alan Grier, associate professor of international science, was quoted in The Wall Street Journal article, "‘Internet of Things’ in Reach."

Jonathan Chaves, professor of Chinese, was interviewed by Chinafile about his recent book (video).

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the Huffington Post article, "Political New Year’s Resolution."

Ami  Zota, assistant professor of environmental and occupational health, was quoted in the Huffington Post article, "Flame-Retardant Furniture May Leave a Toxic Legacy."

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted in the New York Daily News article, "The burning questions of 2014." 

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the USA Today article, "Al-Qaeda militants in Iraq seize Fallujah."

Jonathan Bialosky, immigration clinic attorney, was interviewed about the deportation process on CSPAN's “Washington Journal." (video in 12345 parts).

Leana Wen, instructor in emergency medicine, was interviewed by WTOP about hypothermia (audio).

Jesse Pines, professor of emergency medicine and of health policy, was interviewed by WFLA (NBC) about emergency room visits under the health care law (video).

Jehan El-Bayoumi, associate professor of medicine, was interviewed by BBC World News America about obesity in the developing world (video).

Amitai Etzioni, university professor and professor of international affairs wrote the Huffington Post article, "For a Fair Society."

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the Los Angeles Times article, "Architect expected to plead guilty to causing firefighter’s death."

Amitai Etzioni, university professor and professor of international affairs, was quoted in The Nation article, "Is World War Three about to start…  by accident?"

December 2013

Research by Alex Pyron, Robert Griggs Assistant Professor of Biology, was featured in the Business Standard article “Ancestor of snakes, lizards likely gave birth to live young” and The Washington Examiner article “New research finds live birth began 175 million years ago” on December 17.

Amanda Visek, assistant professor of exercise science, was quoted in The Washington Post article “GPS watch test: Adidas miCoach Smart Watch, Garmin Forerunner 620, TomTom Multi-Sport GPS Watch” on December 17.

Orin S. Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was interviewed by top-tier media outlets about a judge’s ruling in the NSA’s case about collecting phone records. Selected coverage includes:

The Washington Post article “Judge: NSA’s collecting of phone records is probably unconstitutional” on December 16.

The New York Times article “‘Passionate’ Judge Has Record of Wrestling With Thorny Issues, and the U.S. Government” on December 16.

Bloomberg article “NSA Phone Plan Could Land in Supreme Court Over 1979 Precedent” on December 18.

USA Today article “Judge's strike at U.S. surveillance won't be last word” on December 17.

Bloomberg article “Will the NSA Finally Get Its Day in Court?” on December 17.

Business Insider, San Francisco Chronicle article “Why Justifying NSA Domestic Snooping With A 1979 Precedent Is Ridiculous” on December 17.

The Washington Post article “The Switchboard: Google used to ride the pipes. Now it wants to own them” on December 17.
 

John F. Banzhaf III, professor of law, was featured in the Washington City Paper article “GW Law Professor: Dan Snyder Suffers From Cognitive Dissonance” on December 16.

Lara Brown, director of the political management graduate program, was quoted in The Washington Times article “Obama administration refuses to negotiate on debt ceiling increase” on December 16.

Christie Susko, adjunct professor of marketing, was quoted in the U.S. News & World Report article “The 8 Biggest Product Flops of 2013” on December 16.

Mark Edberg, associate professor of prevention and community health in the school of public health and health services was featured in the Comcast Newsmakers segment “Health Disparity” on December 11 (video).

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed by CBS News Update about the ruling that struck down the NSA’s telephone surveillance program as unconstitutional on December 16 (audio).

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, discussed politics on KGO-AM, San Francisco, on December 16 (audio).

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed for The Washington Post article “Five key questions – and answers – about Iran’s social media influence” on December 17.

Major Garrett, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the National Journal article “Budget-Deal Vapors” on December 17.

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in the Newsweek article “The Case That Could Topple Obamacare” on December 17.

Lance Price, professor of environmental and occupational health, was interviewed for the  Fox News segment “Superbug strain of E. coli endangers the lives of millions” on December 17.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law served as the Brown family’s lawyer in Utah’s polygamy case. Selected coverage includes:
U.S. News & World Report article “'Sister Wives' Defeat Polygamy Law in Federal Court” on December 16.

National Review Online article “On Ruling on Utah Bigamy Law” on December 17.

Washington Blade article “Groups link Utah polygamy ruling to gay marriage” on December 17.

Susan Ariel Aaronson, professional lecturer in history and international affairs, and Michael Owen Moore, professor of economics and international affairs, wrote the Baltimore Sun op-ed “A trade policy for the millennials” on December 17.

Fitzhugh Mullan, professor of health policy and pediatrics, was quoted in The New York Times article “How Medicare Subsidizes Doctor Training” on December 17.

Judith Owens, professor of pediatrics, was quoted in the Reuters article “Sleep loss linked to teens' blood pressure” on December 17.

Frank Buntman, director of the law and society minor and assistant professor of sociology, was quoted for The Boston Globe article “NePower in Prison, the silver lining of leaders’ long prison sentences” on December 17.

John F. Banzhaf III, professor of law, weighs in on the situation surrounding retired NFL players accepting negotiated settlements after concussions, was interviewed for the Forbes article “NFL Concussion Lawsuit Settlement Agreement Stalled By Judicial Intervention” on December 17.

John Sides, associate professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed for The Washington Post’s Political Wire Podcast “Let’s talk midterms, campaigns and polling” on December 17 (audio).

Jose Raul Perales, lecturer in the Elliott School of International Affairs, was interviewed on “The Diane Rehm Show,’’ NPR, about Puerto Rico’s economic problems on December 17 (audio clips 123456).

PJ Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the  BBC article “Devyani Khobragade: Bureaucratic and diplomatic negligence” on December 18.

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, wrote The Washington Post article “Losing unemployment benefits may help in the long run, but will hurt in the short run” on December 18.

Lance Price, professor of environmental and occupational health, was interviewed for the Consumer Reports article “The high cost of cheap chicken” in December 2013.

Neil Buchanan, professor of law, wrote the Verdict article “The Net Debt Ceiling Crisis Can Be Prevented If Democrats Learn From Filibuster Reform” on December 19.

Anthony Yezer, professor of economics, was interviewed for the WUSA 9 segment “DC votes to increase minimum wage to $11.50 an hour by 2016” on December 18.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed for the Reuters article “Egypt sends Mursi to trial for international conspiracy” on December 18.

Lara Brown, associate professor and the program direction of the political management program, wrote the U.S. News & World Report op-ed “More Christmas Wishes for Washington” on December 18.

Orin S.Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was quoted in the Los Angeles Times article “What Edward Snowden started” on December 18.

Neal Barnard, adjunct associate professor of medicine, was interviewed for the Fox News segment “9 ways to improve your memory” on December 18.

Leana Wen, instructor of emergency medicine, was interviewed for a WTTG, Washington segment on how to stay healthy during the holidays on December 18.

Marc Lynch, professor of political science, international affairs and of media and public affairs, was interviewed for the Foreign Policy article “The Political Science of Syria’s War” on December 19.

Orin S.Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was interviewed for the Bloomberg article “The NSA Needs an Adversary in Court” on December 19.

Albert Teich, research professor of science, technology and international affairs, was interviewed for the Inside Higher Ed article “The Non-Boycott of Israeli Science” on December 20.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law wrote the USD Today article “NSA surveillance reforms lack substance” on December 19.

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was mentioned in The Examiner article “UVa offers a national dialogue on health care in a free online course” on December 19.

Laura Guay, epidemiology and biostatistics research professor, was interviewed for the NPR segment “How the U.S. helped fight the global AIDS epidemic” on December 17 (audio).

Todd Miller, associate professor of exercise science, discussed the importance of exercise and fitness trends in 2014 on “The Kojo Nnamdi Show,” WAMU-FM, Washington, December 19 (audio clips 123456).

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed for the WUSA, Washington segment about the suspension of the star of “Duck Dynasty’ for making anti-gay comments on December 19 (video).

Kathryn Marko, assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology, discussed the birth control pill on Aljazeera America, December 19 (video clips 123).

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was interviewed about his book “The Gamble: Choice and Chance in the 2012 Presidential Election” at the 2013 National Press Club Book Fair on “BookTV” on CSPAN2, December 15.

 

Robert Cottrol, professor of law, history and of sociology and the Harold Paul Green research professor of law, was interviewed for the Aljazeera America article “Boston PD's new assault rifles raise concern over militarization of police” on December 15.

A 2012 speech about ways to evaluate teachers by Michel Feuer, dean of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development, was reprinted in The Washington Post article “What’s wrong with this headline?” on December 18.

Work by Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted for the Washington Post article, "In health-care spending, myths of the ER," on December 11.

Dr. Henry Kaminski, professor of neurology and chairman of the Department of Neurology, was interviewed on BBC World News America about dementia, on December 11 (video).

Patricia Phalen, associate professor of media and public affairs, was quoted for the USA Today article, "Viral video spurs feminism discussion among youths," on December 11.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "What the emerging budget deal means (and doesn’t mean) for Congress," on December 11.

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Graduate Program, authored the U.S. News & World Report article, "Washington Puts an End to Crisis Mode," on December 11.

Steve Charnovitz, associate professor of law, was featured in the Wall Street Journal article, "The Founders Certainly Didn't Believe in Wealth Taxes," for sending a letter to the editor about why the founders did not believe in wealth taxes, on December 10.

David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted for The Wall Street Journal article, "China Spins New Lesson From Soviet Union's Fall," on December 10.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "Just two sentences make Americans as pro-welfare as Danes," on December 10.

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, authored The Washington Post article, "With Mary Barra appointment, GM joins Yahoo, IBM, Xerox with a woman in charge," on December 10.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "How much could Steve Stockman hurt the Republicans in 2014?" on December 10.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted for the USA Today article, "Poll: Can the economy rescue Obama from Obamacare?" on December 10.

Major Garrett, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, authored the National Journal article, "Twerk Beat Work in Time's Person of the Year Finalists," on December 10.

Jeffrey Manns, associate professor of law, was interviewed on KCBS-AM about the Volcker rule for banks, on December 10 (audio). 

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, provided comment on American Public Media's "Marketplace" about the various budget deadlines facing Congress, on December 9 (audio).

Fran Buntman, assistant professor of sociology, provided comment on WAMU-FM's “The Kojo Nnamdi Show" about Nelson Mandela and the Free South Africa Movement and how it affected the Washington area, on December 9 (audio clip in 4 parts: 1,2,3,4).

Marc Lynch, professor of political science, international affairs and of media and public affairs, was mentioned in the Foreign Policy article, "How Not to Get Fresh Thinking of U.S. Foreign Policy," as one of a new generation of thinkers who could join with others to help deal with problems of the future, on December 9. 

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh professor of health law and policy, was quoted, for The Washington Times article, "White House PR blitz hits states that rejected Medicaid expansion," on December 9.

The Gamble, a book co-authored by John Sides, associate professor of political science, was mentioned in the National Journal article, "The Best Political Books We Read in 2013," for making the 2013 best political books list, on December 9.

Susan Ariel Aaronson, associate research professor in the Elliott School, was quoted for the Bloomberg article, "WTO Seals Deal for First Time in 18 Years to Ease Trade," on December 7.

Jose Andres, who taught a class special to GW on how food shapes civilization, wrote the Washington Post article, "Jose Andres: Immigrants, like me, want to succeed. Congress should let them," on December 6.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "A simple graph shows the profound impact of Nelson Mandela," on December 6.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, provided comment on WNEW-FM, Washington about Nelson Mandela and black pride in South Africa, on December 6 (audio).

Stephen Joel Trachetenberg, president emeritus and university professor of public service, wrote the CNN.com article, "Can Harvard stop awarding so many As?" on December 6.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed on NPR's "All Things Considered" about Egypt’s draft constitution, on December 6 (audio).

Lakhmir Chawla, associate professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine, was quoted for the Counsel & Heal article, "Acute Kidney Injuries Deadlier Than Heart Attacks, Study," on December 6.

Marc Lynch, director of the Institute for Middle East Studies and professor of political science and international affairs, was mentioned in the Washington Post article, "A fresh approach to looking at foreign threats," on December 6.

Charles Craver, Freda H. Alverson Professor of Law, was quoted for the Chicago Tribune article, "Pension threats in Illinois, Detroit rattle government workers," on December 6.

Testimony given by Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was referenced in the Fox News article, "Levin: Glad Liberal Profs Finally Speaking  Out Against Obama’s Power Grab," on December 6.

Testimony given by Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was mentioned in the Fox News article, "Regulation Nation: Gov’t regs estimated to pound private sector with $1.8T in costs," on December 6.

Dr. Fady Sharara, clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology, was quoted for the CBS News article, "Fertility drugs behind many twins and triplets, says CDC report," on December 5.

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, authored the U.S. News and World Report article, "Obamacare Will Work," on December 5.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro professor of public interest law, was quoted in the Washington Examiner article, "Examiner Editorial: Congress must take back its constitutional powers," on December 5.

Neil H. Buchanan, professor of law, authored the Verdict article, "College Athletes, Full-Ride Scholarships, and Anti-Intellectualism," on December 5.

Liesl Riddle, associate dean of graduate programs in the School of Business and associate professor of international business, was featured in the Huffington Post article, "A Confluence of Fluency in Orlando," for being on a panel about “Developing a Global Mindset in Children," on December 5. 

Neal Narbard, adjunct associate professor of medicine, was quoted in the Salon article, "Watch: The best arguments for (and against) eating meat," on December 5.

The film “Let the Fire Burn,” by Jason Osder, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was touted in the Washington Post article, "‘Let the Fire Burn’ movie review: Documentary revisits the MOVE bombing of 1985," as a powerful nonfiction film, on December 5.

The book “China Goes Global: The Partial Power,” by David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs, was listed on the Economist’s best writing of 2013 list, in the article, "Torrents of words," on December 5.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "Would new Iran sanctions help U.S. negotiators? Probably not," on December 5.

Dr. Joanne Lenert, assistant professor of surgery, was interviewed on BBC News and various NPR stations about nipple tattooing as part of breast reconstruction, on December 5 (audio).

Testimony given by Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, about presidential powers and the Constitution to the House Judiciary Committee was mentioned by Rush Limbaugh on December 5 (audio).

Charles Craver, Freda H. Alverson professor of law, was quoted for the Bloomberg article, "Pension Threats in Illinois, Detroit Rattle Government Workers," on December 5.

Testimony given by Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was mentioned on Fox News' "Hannity" report about presidential powers and the Constitution, on December 5 (video).

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro professor of public interest law, was quoted for the Fox News online article, "Obama's end-runs around Congress spark bipartisan criticism," on December 4.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote hte Washington Post article, "There is no wave coming in the 2014 election," on December 4.

Eric Arnesen, professor of American labor history, wrote the Washington Post article, "'Shocking the Conscience' by Simeon Booker with Carol McCabe Booker," on December 4.

Eric Cline, professor of classics, anthropology and history and chair of the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, was interviewed on WTOP about his discovery of an ancient wine cellar, on December 4 (download the interview at WTOP.com).  

Jesse Pines, professor of health policy, was quoted for the News-Medical article, "Study reveals strategies to contain acute care costs," on December 4.

Jesse Pines, professor of health policy, was quoted for the Science Daily article, "New Study Examines Methods to Reduce Acute Care Costs Without Sacrificing Quality," on December 3.

Marc Lynch, professor of political science and international affairs director, was mentioned for writing that the Iran deal is only an interim agreement and it leaves a lot of issues unresolved in the Wall Street Journal article, "Seib & Wessel: What We’re Reading Tuesday," on December 3.

Amir Afkhami, assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, was quoted for the Aljazeera America article, "Cultural taboos, changing sexual norms spur HIV surge in Iran," December 3.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro professor of public interest law, was quoted from from his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee for the Washington Post article, "Republicans see one remedy for Obama: impeachment," on December 3.

Lorien Abroms, associate professor of prevention and community health, was quoted for the RWJF.org article, "Recommended Reading: Effectiveness of Public Health Smartphone Apps," on December 2.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management and professor of political management, wrote the Huffington Post article, "My Advice for President Obama," on December 2.

Hossein Askari, Iran professor of international business, was quoted for the Christian Science Monitor article, "Nuclear deal signed, Iranians await economic reward," on December 1.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "Hillary Clinton does not need to rebuild her standing among black voters," on December 1.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted for the New York Times article, "In Egypt Charter, New Rights, but No Great Change," on December 1.

November 2013

Research led by Lone Simonsen, research professor of global health and adjunct professor of micro immunology and tropical medicine, was mentioned in the New York Times article, "W.H.O. increase estimate of 2009 deaths from swine flu," on November 26. Similar stories were covered by USA Today, The Huffington Post, LA Times, Health Day, and NBC News.

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted for the New York Times article, "Karzai’s Bet: U.S. Is Bluffing in Warning on Security Pact," on November 26.

Eric Cline, professor of classics and of anthropology and chairman of the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilization, was mentioned for the History article, "One of History’s Oldest Wine Cellars Discovered," on Novemeber 25.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "Fate of the filibuster in a post-nuclea Seante," on November 24.

Steve Billet, director the legislative affairs program in the Graduate School of Political Management and associate professor of political management, was quoted for the Washington Times article, "Senate’s ‘nuclear’ move opens one-year window for Obama on nominations," on November 24.

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, authored the Washington Post article, "Rep. Radel seeks forgiveness for his drug problems while denying compassion for others," on November 22.

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, president emeritus and university professor of public service, was quoted in the Inside Higher Ed article, "Lessons From Wyoming," on November 22.

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, authored the U.S. News and World Report article, "Get Ready for the GOP War on Health Care," on November 21.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "Boom! What the Senate will be like when the nuclear dust settles," on November 21.

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Associated Press article, "U.S. wants pact signed before Afghan election," on November 21. Select media outlets also ran the AP story, including: the Washington Post, ABC News, NRP, Businessweek, St. Louis Dispatch and the Charlotte Observer.

Celeste Monforton, lecturer in the School of Public Health and Health Services, was quoted in The Huffington Post article, "Walmart Still Hasn't Paid Its $7,000 Fine For 2008 Black Friday Death," on November 21.

Timothy Adamson, research associate at the Elliott School of International Affairs, co-authored The Hill article, "US role as the preeminent power in the Asia-Pacific is not under threat," on November 21.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "How Valve demonstrates democracy in the workplace," on November 21.

Naomi Cahn, Harold H. Greene professor of law, was quoted in the Forbes article, "Social Media Dangers For The Modern Caregiver," on November 21.

Melissa Napolitano, associate professor in the School of Public Health and Health Services, was featured in the WJLA article, "Avatar videos help women lose weight, researcher says," for leading research about the effects of watching an avatar shop for healthy foods, on November 21.

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, president emeritus and university professor of public service, was quoted in the Washington Free Beacon article, "Cost of College Not Always Worth It," from a panel he sat on that looked at the merits of a four-year degree, on November 21.

James Miller, professor of English and American studies, was quoted in The Wall Street Journal article, "'Scottsboro Boys' Get Pardon," on November 21.

Gary Anderson, lecturer in the Elliott School of International Affairs, was quoted in the Foreign Policy article, "Why Obama's drone strategy won’t work: Because that ain't no way to win a war," on November 21.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "Will Senate Democrats go nuclear?" on November 20.

Annamaria Lusardi, Denit Trust professor fellow and professor of accountancy and economics, was listed as one of CNN’s Money Heroes in the CNN Money article, "Helping employees learn about their finances," on November 20.

Louis Bayard, creative writing instructor, participated in a reader's review of "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk" for the NPR program "The Diane Rehm Show," on November 20.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, co-wrote the Foreign Policy article, "Kuwait's Muslim Brotherhood under pressure," on November 20.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "The New York Times is creating a new data-driven journalism venture," on November 20.

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Graduate Program, wrote the U.S. News and World Report article, "Trey Radel Shows How to Handle a Drug Scandal," on November 20.

Annamaria Lusardi, Denit Trust professor fellow and professor of accountancy and economics, was featured for the CNBC article, "Planning ahead: Give the baby a bottle and a bank account," for conducting a survey of Americans over 50 about basic understanding of compound interest, inflation, and diversification, on November 20.

Henry Nau, professor of political science and international affairs, wrote the American Conservative article, "Conservative Internationalism Is Not Bushism," on November 20.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was mentioned by MSNBC on November 19.

Catherine Forster, associate professor of biology, program in geological sciences systematics and paleontology of dinosaurs, particularly ornithischia, was quoted for the Science Magazine article, "Not Sold! ‘Dueling DInos’ Flop at Auction," on November 19. 

Orin Kerr, professor of law and Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was interviewed for the "On Point" NPR segment, "What to do about the NSA," on November 19.

Jorge Rivera, associate professor of strategic management and public policy, was quoted for the Discovery article, "Skiing on garbage to Help Green Ski Season," on November 19.

Lorien Abroms, associate professor of prevention and community health, was quoted for the Science World Report article, "Quitting Smoking? Don't Look to Your Smartphone," on November 19.

Sarah Rosenbaum, Hirsh professor of health law and policy, was quoted for the Kaiser Health News article, "Doctors Complain They Will Be Paid Less By Exchange Plans," November 19.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, co-authored the book The Gamble, which was reviewed in the Houston Press article, 'Book Check: "The Gamble: Choice and Chance in the 2012 Presidential Election'," on November 19.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "Ronnie White has been renominated: Third time’s a charm?" on November 19.

Dana Tai Soon Burgess, chair of the Department of Theatre and Dance and associate professor of dance, was interviewed about twerking by KNXV (ABC), Pheonix on November 18. (video)

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, discussed global warming with the NYT columnist on CNN’s the Reliable Source, and was featured in The New York Times article, "Examining 'Media’s Global Warming Fail,'" on November 18.

Arthur Wilmarth, Jr., professor of law, was quoted in the Los Angeles Times article, "JPMorgan nears $13-billion mortgage settlement with U.S. agency," on November 18.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "Liz Cheney’s view of gay marriage makes her a normal Republican," on November 18.

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh professor of health law and policy, was quoted in The Washington Times article, "Obama’s sudden ‘fix’ gives states another headache from health care," on November 18.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the NPR article, "Back To The Future: Calls Grow For A Military Ruler In Egypt," on November 18.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, was quoted in The Atlantic Wire article, "All the Quack Kings' Men: The Duck Political Dynasty Begins in Louisiana," on November 18.

A walkable communities study by Chris Leinberger, professor of business, was cited in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution article, "Your daily jolt: Pro and con campaigns on Braves stadium get underway," on November 18.

Neal Barnard, adjunct professor at the School of Medicine, was quoted in the Popular Science and Salon article, "Can Artificial Meat Save the World?" on November 18.

Leana Wen, instructor in emergency medicine, was quoted in the Channel 8 – News Now article, "I-Team: Nevada Doctors Accept Millions from Drug Companies," on November 18.

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, president emeritus and university professor of public service, was quoted in the Inside Higher Ed article, "Cleaning House," on November 18.

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed on KGO-AM about various political topics, on November 18 (audio).

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed on NPR about Egyptian politics, on November 18 (audio).

Neil Buchanan, professor of law, authored the Jurist article, "The Debt Ceiling Cannot Force the President to Default On Our Obligations," on November 17.

Robert Graham, research professor of health policy, was quoted in The San Diego Union Tribune article, "Prep concussion rates soar," on November 17.

Amitai Etzioni, university professor and professor of international affairs, was interviewed on a PBS “White House Chronicle,” report, on November 17 (video clip in 3 parts: 1,2,3).

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, guest hosted CNN's “Reliable Sources,” on November 17, and GW's Planet Forward was mentioned (video clip in 6 parts: 1,2,3,4,5,6).

A book recommendation from Kathy Korman Frey, GW Entrepreneur in Residence, was featured on a NewsChannel 8 report on November 17 (video).

Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and research professor of urban real estate, was quoted in the New York Times article, "With Braves Set to Move, a Broader Look at Atlanta," on November 16.

Lance Price, professor of environmental and occupational health, was quoted in the Salon article, "Aw crap! Antibiotic-resistant bacteria surfacing in animal poop," on November 16.

Daniel Gordon, associate dean of procurement law, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Health-care Web site’s lead contractor employs executives from troubled IT company," on November 15.

Paul Rosenzweig's, adjunct professor of law, testimony was featured on CSPAN3 about the Surveillance Transparency Act of 2013 before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology & the Law, on November 15 (video clip in 2 parts: 1,2).

Dr. Jonathan Reiner, professor of medicine, was interviewed on WTTG before the book signing and reception for the book he co-authored with former Vice President Dick Cheney, on November 15 (video).

Dr. Leighton Ku, professor of health policy, was interviewed on WHYY about immigrants and the Affordable Care Act, on November 15 (audio). 

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, authored the Huffington Post article, "Remembering President Kennedy Then and Now," on November 15.

Ami Zota, assistant professor of environmental and occupational health, was quoted for the Mother Nature Network article, "Gymnasts “highly exposed” to flame retardants," on November 15. 

Orin Kerr, professor of law and Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was referenced in the Forbes article, "The War on Drugs Hits A New Low With The Police Probe Of David Eckert’s Guts," on November 15.

A study conducted by Lorien Abroms, associate professor of prevention and community health, was referenced in the CNET.com article, "The dirty little secret behind smoking cessation apps," on November 15.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "Democratic and Republican appointees to the Federal Reserve aren’t that different after all," on November 15.

Joann Weiner, lecturer in economics, authored the Washington Post article, "Yellen poised to tackle unemployment problem as Fed chair," on November 15.

Michael Wiseman, research professor of public policy, public administration and economics, was quoted in the PolitiFact.com article, "Rep. Jim McDermott says a minimum wage job doesn’t get you half way to poverty line," on November 15.

Jerome Paulson, professor of pediatrics, was quoted in the Bloomberg article, "Cities Raise Alarms Over EPA’s Surprise Hydrant Lead Rule," on November 15.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, authored the Washington Post article, "Five key questions – and answers – about the leaked TTP text," on November 15. Susan Sell, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed for the article.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, authored the Washington Post article, "About as many people say they’ve been abducted by space aliens as say they’ve committed voter fraud," on November 14.

Dr. Ronald Waldman, professor of global health, was interviewed on Al Jazeera America about relief efforts and the public health crisis from Typhoon Haiyan, on November 14 (video).

Alison Brooks, professor of anthropology and international affairs, who is the sister-in-law of Janet Yellen, was mentioned in the New York Times article, "Yellen’s Confirmation Hearing," for attending Ms. Yellen’s confirmation hearing, on November 14.

Leighton Ku, professor of health policy, provided background information on Medicaid funding for the Politifact article "New Jersey Medicaid expansion was small, given already large program, Christie says," on November 14.

Jeffrey Manns, associate professor of law, was quoted in the Bloomberg article, "S&P Ratings States Reject Support New Jersey to California," on November 14.

Martha Morris-Shannon, associate professor of museum studies, was quoted in The Washington Post article, "Can Ron Burgundy save the Newseum?" on November 14.

Harris Mylonas, assistant professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Ozy.com article, "The Trouble with Greece," on November 14.

Susan Sell, professor of political science, was quoted in the Bloomberg Businessweek article, "Generic Drugs Seen Limited in WikiLeaks Trade Document (1)," on November 14.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "Five key questions – and answers – about the nuclear talking with Iran," on November 14.

Joseph Fruscione, adjunct professor of writing, provided comment about not being able to get a full-time teaching position for The Chronicle of Higher Education article, "An Adjunct Wonders When It’s Time to Stop Chasing the Dream," on November 14 (video).

Christopher B. Leinberger, Charles Bendit distinguished scholar and research professor of urban real estate, wrote the Sacramento Bee article, "Viewpoints: New development patterns essential for a new economy," on November 14. 

Charlene Bickford, director and co-editor of the First Federal Congress Project, was interviewed on the History Channel's “Defining Documents” report, "Experts at GW authenticated North Carolina’s copy of the Bill of Rights," on November 14 (video clip in 2 parts: 1,2).

Sandy Baum, research professor of education policy, was mentioned in the Politico article, "Politico Morning Education," for testifying on Capitol Hill on November 13.

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh professor of health law and policy, was quoted for the Washington Post article, "Want to reverse Obamacare's cancellations? Then you're going to have to raise premium," on November 13.

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Graduate Program, wrote the U.S. News and World Report article, "The Truth Behind Obama's Bleak Poll Numbers," on November 13.

Robert Cottrol, Harold Paul Green research professor of law, was quoted for the Washington Times article, "No moves in Congress on 3-D gun ban renewal," on November 13.

Danny Hayes, assistant professor of political science, was quoted for the Guardian article, "The chances for gun control in the US are slim," on November 13.

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, president emeritus and university professor of public service, was quoted for the Inside Higher Ed article, "Is Penn State Presidency a Prize?" on November 13.

Michael Moore, professor of economics and international affairs, was quoted for the Bloomberg article, "Tea Party Joins Liberals in Push Against Fast-Track Trade," on November 13.

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Graduate Program, was interviewed on Fox News' “Special Report With Brett Baier” report, "The failed Obamacare rollout makes for tough times for President Obama," on November 13 (video).

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "Most Americans live in Purple America, not Red or Blue America," on November 12.

Amitai Etzioni, university professor and professor of international affairs, wrote the Huffington Post article, "It Takes a Village to Prevent a Crime," on November 12.

Sandy Baum, research professor of education policy, co-wrote the New York Times article, "Stop Penalizing Poor College Students," on November 12.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "What Senate cloture votes tell us about obstruction," on November 12.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Al Jazeera America article, "Egypt's 'Committee of 50' re-writes the constitution — again," on November 11.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "Cyber-Pearl Harbor is a myth," on November 11.

Robert Graboyes, professor of health economics, authored the U.S. News & World Report article, "Another Way taxayers Lose Under Obamacare," on November 11.

Esther Brimmer, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro professor of international affairs, was interviewed for the KPCC report, "US loses UNESCO voting rights after not paying dues over Palestinian membership," on November 11 (video).

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed on KGO-AM about politics, on November 11 (audio).

Leighton Ku, professor of health policy, was mentioned in the Kaiser Health News article, "Prevention Programs For People Without Insurance Still Play Key Role," as lead author of a study that found if every state expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, more cancer screening would be available, on November 12. This article was also reprinted in the Washington Post.

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh prof of health law and policy, was quoted in the Philly.com article, "Obamacare: A Daily News Q&A to help you sort it out," on November 11.

Anthony-Samuel LaMantia and Thomas Maynard, professors of pharmacology and physiology, were quoted in the Simons Foundation Autism Research article, "Studies on 22q11.2 region link genes, circuits, behavior," on November 10.

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in SMPA, was quoted in the Politico article, "Iran talks complicate U.S. push on Israeli-Palestinian negotiations," on November 10.

Candice Chen, assistant research professor of health policy, was quoted in the Associated Press article, "Record med school enrolls, but still short on docs," on November 9. The article also appeared in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Houston Chronicle.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted in the NPR article, "Don’t Read Virginia Result As Pro-Choice: It’s Anti-Extreme," on November 9.

Bradley Shear, adjunct professor of sport management, was quoted as a social media expert in the New York Times article, "They Loved Your G.P.A., Then They Saw Your Tweets," on November 9. 

Lance Price, professor of environmental and occupational health, was quoted in the New York Times article, "Teen’s science project finds cleanest chicken isn’t kosher after all," which was reprinted in the Seattle Times, on November 9.

Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and research professor of urban real estate, was quoted in the Atlanta INtown article, "Walkability Factor: New report shows neighborhood trend," on November 9.

Robert Kaiser, associate professor of medicine, authored the New York Times letter to the editor, "Discussing costs in the doctor’s office," on November 8.

Sabrina McCormick, associate professor of environmental and occupational health and of sociology, was interviewed for the Chicago Tribune article, "When cancer comes early: Young women with breast cancer have more late-stage illness, lower survival rate," on November 8. The article was also picked up by the Sacramento Bee.

Esther Brimmer, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of International Affairs, was quoted in the Bloomberg article, "U.S. Loses Unesco Vote for Halting Dues Over Palestinians," on November 8.

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, provided comment on Al Jazeera America about what can be done to feed the planet, on November 8. The Feeding the Planet Summit at GW was also mentioned (video clip in 4 parts: 1,2,3,4).

Dr. Eliot Sorel, clinical professor of global health, health services management & leadership and of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, was featured on MyFoxdc.com for participating in a conference on concussions in youth sports, on November 8 (video).

Lisa Martin, associate professor of medicine, was interviewed on WANE (CBS) about the use of trans fat on November 8 (video).

William Youmans, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was quoted in the USA Today article, "Female staff quit Arab rights group in protest," on November 8.

Esther Brimmer, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of International Affairs, was quoted in the New York Times article, "U.S. Loses Voting Rights at Unesco," on November 8.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "The more Americans know about the NSA, the less they like it (or vice versa)," on November 8.

Mark Kennedy, professor of political management and director of GSPM, authored the Foreign Policy article, "Northern Lights, American Opportunity for International Trade," on November 8.

An article written for CNN by Sean Roberts, associate professor of the practice of international affairs, was mentioned in the Washington Post article, "Why 140,000 Chinese people want to kick out CNN," on November 8.

Hossein Askari, Iran professor of international business, was interviewed for a Marketplace segment about the difficulty of lifting sanctions on Iran, amid high-level nuclear negotiations, on November 8 (audio).

John Sides’, associate professor of political science, book The Gamble, co-authored with UCLA political scientist Lynn Vavreck, was recommended in The Daily Beast article, "The Anti-‘Game Change’: ‘The Gamble’ Shows How Obama Really Won," on November 8.

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, president emeritus, was interviewed for the Marquette Tribune article, "Pressures of job causing shorter terms for college presidents," on November 7.

Stephen Forssell, visiting assistant professor of professional psychology, was interviewed on NY1 about the Senate passage of a bill to extend workplace protections to gay and transgender employees, on November 7 (video).

Daniel J. Solove, professor of law, was quoted in The Huffington Post UK article, "Children & ICT - The Global Village In Action," on November 7.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, co-authored the Bloomberg article, "Republicans Haven’t Lost Women," on November 7.

Patience White, professor of medicine, was quoted in the U.S. News and World Report (reprint from Health Day) article, "10 Percent of U.S. Adults Physically Limited by Arthritis: CDC," on November 7.

Celeste Monforton, professional lecturer in the School of Pubic Health and Health Services, was quoted in the Associated Press article, "OSHA plans to make workplace safety reports public," on November 7. The Associated Press’s article was reprinted in major media outlets, including: Atlanta Journal Constitution, ABC News, San Francisco Chronicle, The Seattle Times and Fox News.

Dana Tai Soon Burgess, chair of the department of theatre and dance, was in the Bis Now - WTOP article, "Galas, Greeks & Gallery!" for attending a Planned Parenthood Gala, on November 7.

Dr. Antoinette Saddler, assistant professor of medicine, was interviewed on BBC World News America about the FDA’s move to ban trans fats, on November 7 (video).

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, provided comment on NPR's The Diane Rehm Show" about the prayer in public meetings case before the Supreme Court, on November 7 (audio clip in 6 parts: 1,2,3,4,5,6).

Lisa Martin, associate professor of medicine, was quoted in the Voice of America article, "US Moves to Reduce Trans Fats Risks," on November 7.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro professor of public interest law, authored the USA Today article, "Sebelius, you’re not fired!," on November 7.

Daniel J. Solove, professor of law, was quoted in the Foreign Policy article, "Privacy is a Red Herring," on November 7.

Steve Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro professor of media and public affairs, authored the Bethesda Magazine article, "Mother-in-Awe," for their Nov.-Dec. 2013 issue.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, was quoted for the National Journal article, "A Post-Nuclear Senate's Not So Bad Really," on November 7.

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Graduate Program, authored the U.S. News and World Report article, "Christie the Contender," on November 6.

Ferid Murad, university professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, was interviewed and highlighted in the Business Standard article, "Stem cell research future of clinical biology: Nobel laureate," for his work regarding stem cell advancements, on November 6.

Neal Barnard, adjunct associate professor of medicine, was quoted in the Huffington Post article, "Can Sleep Prevent Alzheimer's?" on November 6.

Bernard Wood, university professor of human origins and professor of human evolutionary anatomy, was quoted in the National Geographic article, "Excavation of Human Ancestor Fossils Begins in South African Cave," on November 6.

Sandy Baum, research professor of education policy, was quoted for the Wall Street Journal article, "How to Overhaul the Student-Loan System," on November 6.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "4 takeaways for Democrats from Election Night 2013," on November 6.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "Why Elizabeth Warren cares about funding the social sciences," on November 6.

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed on CNN's “The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer,” about the media’s coverage of Obamacare, on November 6 (video).

Jeffrey Manns, associate professor of law, was interviewed on American Public Media’s “Marketplace,” about the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, on November 6 (audio).

John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "Did Romney lose because he wasn’t likable enough? Probably not," on November 5.

Jeffrey Joseph, part-time faculty in the School of Business, authored The Baltimore Sun article, "Consumer protection bureau fails to protect," on November 5.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "Our allies’ spooks don’t just spy on each other. They help each other change the law," on November 5.

Major Garrett, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, authored the National Journal article, "Obama's 'Crisis of Confidence,'" on November 5.

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, authored the U.S. News and World Report article, "A Long, Bitter Winter for the GOP," on November 5.

Christopher Arterton, professor of political management, was quoted in The Washington Times article, "Inside the Beltway: Politics bubbles in a ‘cauldron of discontent,’" on November 5.

John D. Altenburg, professional lecturer in law, authored the USA Today article, "Military rape fix is no fix at all," on November 5.

Orin Kerr, professor of law and Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was featured on CSPAN3 in a panel discussion on NSA Data Collection and Surveillance Programs for the Privacy & Civil Liberties Oversight Board, on November 5 (video clip in 8 parts: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8). 

Jeffrey Joseph, part-time faculty in the School of Business, wrote the Baltimore Sun article, "Consumer protection bureau fails to protect," on November 5.

John D. Altenburg, professional lecturer in law, wrote the USA Today article, "Military rape fix is no fix at all," on Novemeber 5.

Christopher Arterton, professor of political management, was quoted for the Washington Times article,"Inside the Beltway: Politics bubbles in a 'cauldron of discontent," on November 5.

Major Garrett, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the National Journal article, "Obama's 'Crisis of Confidence'," on November 5.

An article written by Sean Roberts, associate professor of the practice of international affairs, for CNN about last week’s attacks on Tiananmen Square was referenced in the China Daily USA article, "US media under attack for ‘double standards’ on terror," for criticizing China’s ethnic and religious policy and expressed sympathy for the terrorists, on November 5.

David Rehr, adjunct faculty member in the Graduate School of Political Management, was quoted in the Roll Call article, "Who Does Congress Listen to Most? | K Street Files," on November 5.

Fitzhugh Mullan, professor of health policy and of pediatrics, was mentioned in the August Chronicle article, "New York grabs funding for residents," as the lead author of a study that found that New York does not lack physicians or federal funding to support residencies, on November 4.

Lisa Delpy Neirotti, associate professor of sports management, was quoted for the New York Times article, "For Athletes, a Home for Away Games," on November 4.

Sean Roberts, associate professor of the practice of international affairs, was quoted in the Time Magazine article, "China Paper: ‘CNN Way Out of Line’ Over Tiananmen Attack," on November 4.

Daniel Solove, professor of law, was mentioned by the author of the San Francisco Chronicle article, "My day in court as a juror," for believing that jurors paid by the government can be impartial, on November 4.

A piece written by Sean Roberts, associate professor of the practice of international affairs, for CNN about last week’s attacks on Tiananmen Square was referenced in the New York Times article, "In Poll, Many Chinese ‘Angry’ at Perceived U.S. Media Bias," on November 4.

Daniel Moshenberg, director of the women’s studies program, was quoted in the WJLA article, "More women choosing not to become mothers," on November 4.

Robert Graham, research professor of health policy, was quoted in The Washington Post article, "Concussion rates in young athletes vary from sport to sport," on November 4.

Mark Hyman, teaching assistant/professor of management, was quoted in The Washington Post article, "In upper-crust Washington, former pals fight bitterly over the profitable Headfirst Baseball," on November 4.

Lance Price, professor of environment and occupation health, was quoted in The New York Times article, "A Science Project With Legs," on November 4.

Candice Chen, assistant research professor of health policy, was quoted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article, "Record medical school enrollment, but country still short of doctors," on November 4.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science, was quoted in the Deutsche Welle article, "Germany seeks admission to spooks' club," on November 4.

Bill Adams, professor of public policy and public administration, and Sarah Cherenack, public policy graduate student, were quoted in the Governing article, "Was the shutdown bad advertising for working in government?" on November 4.

Sandy Baum, research professor of education policy, was quoted in the National Journal article, "Could Parceling Pell Payments Help Students?" November 4.

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, authored The Washington Post article, "More girls studying math equal fewer H-1B visas," on November 4.

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, provided comment on KGO-AM about politics, on November 4 (audio).

Dr. Neal Barnard, adjunct associate professor of medicine, was mentioned on "The Dr. Oz Show" for being asked his opinion of yacon syrup, on November 4 (video).

An article written by Sean Roberts, associate professor of the practice of international affairs, for CNN titled, “Tiananmen crash: Terrorism or cry of desperation?” was mentioned on PBS “Newsline,” on November 4 (video).

Jessica Tillipman, professorial lecturer in clinical law, was quoted in the Federal Times article, "Background check contractor at risk of suspension, experts say," on November 3.

Sandy Baum, research professor of education policy, was quoted in The Star Press article, "Think college isn't affordable?" on November 3.

Esther Brimmer, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro professor of international affairs, authored the Washington Post article, "The United States loses when sidelined in the United Nations," on November 3.

 

Kathy Korman Frey, adjunct professor of management and GWSB Entrepreneur in Residence, was featured in the Washington Post article, "Through Hot Mommas Project, one woman sets out to boost the confidence of all women," on November 2.

Ronald Weitzer, professor of sociology, was quoted in the Los Angeles Times article, "Fewer men are paying for sex, survey suggests," on November 2.

Denver Brunsman, assistant professor of history, was featured on CSPAN 3 for presenting  "Lectures in History : The Intellectual George Washington" at the National Library for the Study of George Washington at Mount Vernon, on November 2 (video clip in 8 parts: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8).

Remarks from Michael Feuer, dean of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development, upon his induction as president of the National Academy of Education were referenced in the Washington Post article, "The ‘congenital optimist,” on November 2.

A statement by Lynn Goldman, dean of the School of Public Health and Health Services, was referenced in the Washington Post article, "Police arrest man in beating of GWU professor near Dupont Circle," on November 1.

Kip Lornell, adjunct professor of music, was quoted in the Associated Press article, "Growing Number of Part-Time Professors Join Unions," on November 1. The Associated Press report was picked up by media outlets including ABC News, Huffington Post, Washington Examiner, Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle and the San Jose Mercury-News.

Joann Weiner, lecturer in the Department of Economics, was interviewed on “The Tavis Smiley Show” segment, "Joann Weiner – 6 Women in Federal Budget Spotlight," on November 1.

Gonul Tol, adjunct professor in the Institute for Middle East Studies, authored the CNN article, "Has energy-hungry Turkey finally solved 'the Kurdish problem?'" on November 1.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "Obama booting Biden? Here’s why that actually doesn’t matter," on November 1.

Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and research professor of urban real estate, was quoted in the NeighborNewspapers.com article, "Development expert: Atlanta’s New Urbanism booming," on November 1.

Stephen Saltzburg, Wallace and Beverley Woodbury university professor of law, was quoted in the MainJustice.com article, "Law Firms “Low-Hanging Fruit” for Cyber Thieves," on November 1.

Sean Roberts, associate professor of the practice of international affairs, was quoted in the CNN article, "China links Islamic terrorist group to Tiananmen Square crash," on November 1.

October 2013

Steve Billet, director of the master’s in legislative affairs program, was quoted in the Voice of Russia article, "Give Bam the checkbook--Dem Senators," on October 31.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Financial Times article, "Middle East: Against the law," on October 31.

Gustavo Hormiga, Ruth Weintraub professor of biology, was quoted in the National Geographic article, "World’s Biggest Spider Explained," on October 31.

Hossein Askari, Iran professor of international business, was quoted in the Marketplace article, "We’re No. 1: The Nigeria strategy," on October 31.

A Tweet from Joann Weiner, professor of economics, was mentioned in The Atlantic Wire article, "Five Best Thursday Columns," on October 31.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "Will nuclear winter come to the Senate this fall?" on October 31.

Lorena Barba, associate professor in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, was quoted in the Wired article, "How Do Snakes Fly? Just Ask Your Favorite Graphics Chip," on October 31.

Ira Lupu, F. Elwood and Eleanor Davis professor emeritus of law in residence, was quoted in The Washington Post article, "Supreme Court to consider religious prayer at government meetings," on October 31.

Hossein Askari, Iran Professor of International Business and International Affairs, was interviewed on American Public Media's "Marketplace" about Nigeria’s economy, on October 31 (audio).

Jason Chambers, part-time faculty member in the school of public health and health services, was mentioned for being assaulted near Dupont Circle last weekend in the NBC Washington article, "Jason Chambers, GW Professor, Beaten Near Dupont Circle," on October 31.

Jason Chambers, part-time faculty member in the school of public health and health services, was mentioned for being assaulted near Dupont Circle last weekend in the Fox DC article, "George Washington University professor assaulted near Dupont Circle," on October 31.

Jason Chambers, part-time faculty member in the School of Public Health and Health Services, was mentioned on a WTOP segment for being assaulted near Dupont Circle last weekend, on October 31 (audio clip in 2 parts: 1,2).

Jason Chambers, part-time faculty member in the School of Public Health and Health Services, was mentioned on a NewsChannel 8 report for being assaulted near Dupont Circle last weekend, on October 31 (video).

Marc Lynch, director of the Institute for Middle East Studies and professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed on PBS NewsHour about Iraq on October 31 (video clip in 2 parts: 1,2).

Jason Chambers, part-time faculty member in the School of Public Health and Health Services, was mentioned on the WRC report, "Reaction on the GW campus to the attack on part-time faculty member Jason Chambers," on October 31 (video).

Sean Roberts, associate professor of the practice of international affairs, authored the CNN article, "Tiananmen crash: Terrorism or cry of desperation?" on October 31.

Steve Saltzburg, Wallace and Beverley Woodbury university professor of law, was quoted in the Reuters article, "Senate Republicans block key Obama court nominee," on October 31. Major media outlet reprinted Reuters’ story, including: The Washington Times, The Wall Street Journal, Think Progress, Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune.

Joseph Fruscione, adjunct professor of writing, wrote the Inside Higher Ed article, "Not a Scarlet Letter," on October 31.

Robert Graham, research professor of health policy, was quoted for the Wall Street Journal article, "Report Warns of Kids Returning to Sports Too Soon After Concussions," on October 30.

Jason Chambers, part-time faculty in the school of public health and health services, was mentioned for being assaulted last weekend in the Washington Post article, "Part-time GWU faculty member assaulted near Dupont Circle," on October 30.

John Sides, associate professor of political sciences, wrote the Washington Post blog article, "How Fox made Republicans more Republican (and Democrats more Republican, too)," on October 30.

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Graduate Program, wrote the U.S. News and World Report article, "Game On in Virginia," on October 30.

Elmer Louis Kayser, professor of history and international affairs, was quoted for the BBC article, "Capitol Hill's Churchill bust reaffirms 'special relationship'," on October 30.

Major Garrett, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the National Journal article, "Obama Invokes the Ghost of Mitt Romney," on October 30.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "Hurricane Sandy was huge - but not for the 2012 presidential election," on October 29.

Sean Roberts, associate professor of the practice of international affairs, was quoted for the CNN online article, "Q&A: China's restive far west," on October 30.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, was quoted for the Bloomberg article, "Republicans Seeking Obamacare Accountability Tag Sebelius," on October 30.

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, wrote the Washington Post article, "Rep. Noem, Sen. Stabenow work to bridge differences over spending on food stamps and farmers," on October 30.

Jason Osder, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was highlighted in the Berkeleyside article, "Big Screen Berkeley: Let the Fire Burn," for directing the documentary "Let the Fire Burn", on October 29.

Jeffrey H. Joseph, faculty member in the School of Business, authored The Detroit News article, "Consumer protection bureau bad for business," on October 29.

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson research professor of law, was quoted in the NPR article, "Who Has The Right To Know Where Your Phone Has Been?" on October 29.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "How the Obama presidency may be changing young people’s views of race," on October 28.

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, is interviewed on Al Jazeera America about NSA surveillance and U.S. diplomacy, on October 28 (video clip in 2 parts: 1,2).

The Monkey Cage, the Washington Post sponsored blog by GW professors John Sides and Henry Farrell, associate professors of political science, was mentioned in the New York Daily News article, "Your Monday Cheat Sheet," on October 28.

Marion L. Usher, faculty member in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences department of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, authored The Jewish Week article, "A response to the Pew 2013 Survey of U.S. Jews," on October 28.

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, authored The Washington Post article, "Six women who could lead Congress to a budget deal," on October 28.

A Tweet from Amir Afkhami, assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, was quoted in The Atlantic Wire article, "Five Best Monday Columns," on October 28.

A question and answer with Denver Brunsman, assistant professor of history, was featured in the Common-Place, regarding his new book, “The Evil Necessity: British Naval Impressment in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World."

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh professor of health law and policy, was quoted in the U.S. News and World Report article, "Community Health Centers: On the Front Lines of Obamacare," on October 28.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed on CNN International about U.S. spying on Germany’s chancellor, on October 27 (video).

Katherine Korman Frey, adjunct professor of management and GWSB Entrepreneur in Residence, shared her recommended reads on WJLA's “Washington Business Report,” on October 27 (video clip in 2 parts: 1,2).

The Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company, led by Dana Tai Soon, Chair of the Department of Theatre and Dance, was featured as the first artist in residence at the National Portrait Gallery in D.C. in the WJLA report, "Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company makes history," on October 27.

J. David Miller, clinical professor in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, authored The New York Times letter to the editor, "Comparing Dreams," on October 27.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science, and Martha Finnemore, University Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, were quoted in the Fox News article, "Report claims US had Merkel's phone monitored since 2002," on October 27.

An idea by Alan Morrison, Lerner Family Associate Dean for Public Interest and Public Service Law, to audio out the Supreme Court hearings, was mentioned in The Washington Post article, "At Supreme Court, tradition trumps technology, and transparency," on October 27.

Alan Morrison, professorial lecturer in law, was quoted in the Columbus Dispatch article, "Federal balanced-budget effort gaining favor," on October 27.

Salah Hassan, professor of marketing, was mentioned in the Gulfnews.com article, "Creating Brand UAE," on October 27.

Allida Black, research professor of history and international affairs, was mentioned in the Right Side News article, "Soros – Get Ready for Hillary 2016," on October 27.

Scheherazade Rehman, Steve Ross Professorial fellow and professor of international business and international affairs, was quoted in the Voice of America article, "Report: US May Have Bugged Merkel Phone Since ’02," on October 26.

Work by Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and research professor of urban real estate, was referenced in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution article, "Walkable urban places – in the suburbs too," on October 26.

Work by Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and research professor of urban real estate, was referenced in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution article, "The Editorial Board’s Opinion : Walking into the future," on October 26.

Michael J. Feuer, dean of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development, was referenced for his study in the Inside Higher Ed article, "Evaluating Teacher Evaluation," on October 25.

David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs and director of the China policy program, was quoted for the Gulf News article, "In China, signs of an inevitable transition," on October 24.

Will Youmans, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was quoted for the Gulf News article, "How BBC Arabic is winning audience," on October 24.

Sandy Baum, research professor of education policy, was referenced for her report on tuition growth and student loans in the New York Times article, "Despite Rising Sticker Prices, Actual College Costs Stable Over Decade, Study Says," on October 24.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro professor of public interest law, was quoted for the Wall Street Journal article, "Skakel Retrial Surprises Legal Observers," on October 24.

Robert Van Order, Oliver T. Carr professor of real estate and professor of finance and of economics, was quoted for the Bloomber article, "Regulators Weigh Reductions in Size of U.S.-Guaranteed Mortgages," on October 24.

Dylan Conger's, director of the public policy program, research was the focus of the Education Week article, "Study: Starting Older Immigrant ELLs in Lower Grades Helps Math Achievement," on October 24.

Neil Buchanan, professor of law, wrote the Verdict article,"To Prevent Future Debt Ceiling Crises, President Obama Needs a Plan C," on October 24.

Amitai Etzioni, University Professor and professor of international relations, wrote the Diplomat article, "In Defense of Drones," on October 24.

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed for the NPR program, "On Point," about the future of Afghanistan, on October 23.

Edward Berkowitz, professor of history, was quoted for the Huffington Post article, "Obamacare Not The First New Program To Have Launch Problems," on October 23.

Lara Brown, director of political management graduate program, was quoted for the U.S. News and World Report article, "Hope and Change, the Sequel?" on October 23.

Neil Couture, director of government procurement law and business programs, was quoted for the Washington Post article, "CGI Federal landed the Healthcare.gov contract. Here's how it fights for ones it loses," on October 23.

Arthur Wilmarth Jr. and Jeffrey Manns, professors of law, were quoted for the Los Angeles Times article, "Bank of America is found liable for Countrywide mortgage fraud," on October 23.

Annamaria Lusardi, professor of economics, was quoted for the Bloomberg article, "Teaching Americans To Listen When Their MoneyTalks," on October 22.

Allida Black, research professor of history and international affairs, was interviewed about Eleanor Roosevelt as part of CSPAN's "First Ladies: Influence and Image Series," on October 21.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "The U.S. is losing its hipocrisy advantage," on October 22.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was quoted for the NPR article, "The Racial History Of The 'Grandfather Clause'," on October 22.

Sandy Baum, research professor of education policy, was mentioned for her report regarding tuition growth and student loans in the Washington Post article, "College Board: Tuition growth slowing at public colleges," and the Los Angeles Times article, "Tuition increases at public colleges in U.S. slow," on October 22.

Lara Brown, director of the political management graduate program, was quoted in the International: The News article, "World worries despite temporary truce in polarized US," on October 21.

Phillip Joseph Crowley, research professor of media and public affairs, was quoted in the NBC News article, "How millions of violent Muslim deaths feed the cycle of terrorism," on October 21.

Dr. Jonathan Reiner, professor of medicine, was interviewed on CBS's "60 Minutes" about his patient, former Vice President Dick Cheney, on October 20 (video clip in 2 parts: 1,2).

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Graduate Program and associate professor of political management, was quoted in the Japan Times article, "World watches and worries despite temporary political lull in polarized U.S.," on October 20.

Jason Osder, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was interviewed for the Philly.com article, "A haunting look at when Phila. burned," on October 20.

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, president emeritus, was quoted in The Hartford Courant article, "After Trinity, Dobelle’s Grand Ideas, Spending Land Him In Trouble," on October 20.

Dr. Steven Zeichner, professor of pediatrics, microbiology, immunology and tropical medicine, was quoted in the Scienceline article, "To wake a sleeping herpes virus," on October 19.

Comments by Dr. Jonathan Reiner, professor of medicine, were mentioned in the CBSNews.com article, "Dick Cheney calls his current health 'a miracle,'" on October 18.

A Washington Post column by Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science, was mentioned in The Atlantic Wire article, "Five Best Friday Columns," on October 18.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, authored the Huffington Post article, "2016 Score Sheet:  Shutdown Edition," on October 18.

An opinion piece by Joann Weiner, economics lecturer, was referenced in the Rapid City (South Dakota) Journal article, "Kristi Noem and the dish unpleasantly served cold," on October 18.

Joann Weiner, economics lecturer, was a panelist on NBCWashington.com's discussion, "Google + Hangout on Shutdown’s Effect," on October 18.

Writings by John Sides, associate professor of political science, were referenced in the Mediamatters.org article, "This Is Fox News’ Base And What It Means For You," on October 18.

David Costanza, associate professor of psychology and of organizational sciences, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Managing a “victimized” federal workforce after the shutdown," on October 18.

Lara Brown, director of the political management graduate program, was interviewed for the Washington Post TV report, "What it will take to get more women to Washingtonm" on October 18 (video in 3 parts: 1,2,3).

John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "Reforming primary elections won’t make government better," on October 18.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "Most Americans are not like Antonin Scalia," on October 18.

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor in GSPM, authored the U.S. News & World Report article, "Will the GOP moderates please stand up?" on October 18.

Comments by Bradley Shear, adjunct professor in the School of Business, about investing in an athlete were mentioned on WAMU-FM's “The Kojo Nnamdi Show,” on October 18 (audio).

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, provided comment on American Public Media’s “Marketplace” about the newly formed budget committee, on October 18 (audio).

Kimberly J. Morgan, professor of political science, wrote the Foreign Affairs article, "Doomed From the Start," on October 18. 

Lance Price, professor of environmental and occupational health, was quoted in the Newsweek article, "The Drugs Don’t Work," on October 18.

The documentary directed by Jason Osder, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was reviewed in the Los Angeles Times article, "Review: 'Let the Fire Burn' an incendiary tale of a fatal decision," on October 17.

Bernard Wood, university professor of human origins and professor of human evolutionary anatomy, was quoted in the USA Today article, "Skull discovery sheds light on human species," on October 17.

Bernard Wood, university professor of human origins and professor of human evolutionary anatomy, was quoted in the International Business Times article, "1.8-Million-Year-Old Skull Suggests Human Ancestors Belonged To One Species," on October 17.

Bernard Wood, university professor of human origins and professor of human evolutionary anatomy, was quoted in the National Geographic article, "Beautiful Skull Spurs Debate on Human History," on October 17.

Lara Brown, director of the political management graduate program, was quoted in The National article, "US avoids catastrophic default ‘but fuse of debt bomb one inch longer,’" on October 17.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "Why Glen Greenwald’s new media venture is a big deal," on October 17.

Scott Kahan, professorial lecturer of health policy and medicine, was quoted in the USA Today article, "U.S. obesity rate levels off, but still an epidemic," on October 17.

Jason Osder, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was featured for his documentary, Let the Fire Burn, in the Philly article, "Philadelphia Film Festival: Reeling in the Oscar Possibilities," on October 17. Osder will answer questions after its screening at the Philadelphia Film Festival.

Bradley Shear, professor of sports management, was quoted in The New York Times article, "If You Like a Star Athlete, Now You Can Buy a Share," on October 17.

Lara Brown, director of the political management graduate program, authored the U.S. News and World Repot article, "Nobody ‘Won’ the Shutdown," on October 17.

Brian Richmond, associate professor of anthropology, was interviewed on NPR's "All Things Considered" about the study of a 1.8 million-year-old skull found in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, on October 17 (audio).

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted for the CBS News article, "Congress ends shutdown, averts default, but at what cost?" on October 17.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "The Speaker's most loyal troops," on October 17.

Amitai Etzioni, university professor and professor or international affairs, wrote the Diplomat article, "MAR or War?" on October 17.

Lara Brown, director of the political management graduate program, was quoted for the Global Post article, "Few winners from Washington's debt meltdown," on October 17.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, provided comment on KNX-AM about the end of the government shutdown, on October 16 (audio).

Joan Weiner, professor of economics, wrote the Washington Post article, "Rep. Noem faces natural and political disaster after South Dakota blizzard," on October 16.

Martin Schwartz, part-time faculty in the department of sociology, was quoted for the WOUB News online article, "Campus Rape: A Dangerous Mix of Sex, Alcohol, and Culture," on October 16.

Annamaria Lusardi, professor of accountancy and economics, was referenced for the Wall Street Journal-Market Watch article, "Americans need a simplple retirement systems," on October 16.

Jeffery Akman, dean of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, was featured for the Wahington Blade article, "GW administrator reflects on HIV/AIDS epidemic," as becoming the honorary chair of administrative medicine next week, on October 16.

Seyyed Hossein Nasr, university professor of Islamic studies, was mentioned for the Broadway World article, "'Mecca the Blessed, Medina the Radian' Offers Glimpse Into Islam's Sacred Cities," as being the co-author of a new book "Mecca the Blesses, Medina the Radiant", on October 15.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted for The Street article, "What Can Politicians Learn from 2012?" on October 15.

Jonathan Reiner, professor of medicine, was quoted from a National Journal interview for the Medical Daily article, "George W. Bush's Recent Heart Problems Were Actually Life-Threatening," on October 15.

Rosemary Kelanic, associate director of security and conflict studies, was mentioned for the Council on Foreign Relations article, "Two New Looks at Energy and Security," on October 15.

Henry R. Nau, professor of political science, wrote the Wall Street Journal article, "History: Hard Core Interpretation, a Cloud of 'Facts'," on October 15.

Peter Fenn, part-time faculty in the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the U.S. News and World Report article, "The House Republican Shutdown," on October 15.

Jeffery Manns, associate professor of law, was quoted for the Wall Street Journal article, "U.S. Debt Rating Put om Watch by Fitch," on October 15.

Christopher Bracey, senior associate dean for academic affairs and the School of Law, was quoted in the Detroit News article, "Supreme Court’s Kennedy key to Michigan racial preference case," on October 15.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post blog article, "The electoral ramifications of the shutdown are far from clear," on October 14.

Patience White, professor of medicine, was quoted for the Wall Street Journal article, "How YOur Kneew Can PRedict the Weather," on October 14.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, authored the Politico article, "GOP’s recipe for success is found on state level," on October 14.

Work by Neil Buchanan, professor of law, was referenced in the All Voice article, "What Obama could do if Congress fails to raise the debt ceiling (Part One)," on October 14.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "Media coverage of the 2012 election was fair and balanced after all," on October 14.

Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics and international affairs, was quoted in the Polifact article, "Does raising the debt ceiling 'increase our debt?'" on October 14.

A study by Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and research professor of urban real estate, was mentioned in the Atlanta Curbed article, "Suburban Washington D.C. Envies Smart-Growth ATL?" on October 14.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the Christian Post article, "Leatrice Brewer Killed Her Three Children, Could Get Portion of Estate Due to 'Son of Sam' Loophole," on October 14.

Valerie Hu, professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, was quoted in the Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative article, "Gene screen reveals altered chemical tags in autism brain," on October 14.

Pascale Ehrenfreund, research professor of space policy and international affairs, provided comment for the China Daily USA article, "NASA’s China policy faces mounting pressure," on October 14.

David Shambaugh, professor of Chinese politics, was quoted in the Epoch Times article, "Film Study Exercises Gorbachev for Chinese Cadres," on October 14.

Stephen Biddle, professor of international affairs and political science, was quoted in the Pakistan Observer article, "Afghan-US bilateral security agreement," on October 14.

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, hosted CNN's “Reliable Sources,” on October 13 (video clip in 6 parts: 1,2,3,4,5,6). Cuts three and four feature an interview with John Sides, associate professor of political science.  

Daniel Gordon, associate dean of procurement law, provided comment on NewsChannel 8 about the government shutdown’s impact on future government workers, on October 13 (video).

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, provided comment on WHYY's "Radio Times" about the new Supreme Court term, on October 13. Law professor Neil Buchanan was mentioned for taking part in a town hall at the National Constitution Center on Oct. 29  (audio clip in 6 parts: 1,2,3,4,5,6).

Sarah Binder, professor of law, authored the Washington Post article, "Reality check: ‘Gephardt Rule’ alone can’t fix the debt limit crisis," on October 13.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the ABC News article, "Son of Sam Loophole May Help Killer Get Kids' Cash," on October 13.

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, president emeritus, was interviewed for the U.S. News & World Report article, "Campus Life: Presidents in Peril," on October 13.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted in the Gazette-Mail article, "Zuckerberg’s advocacy group shows support for Manchin," on October 12.

Comment by Lawrence Cunningham, professor of law and Henry St. George Tucker III Research Professor of Law, was referenced in the Omaha World-Herald article, "Warren Watch: Lasting lessons at Buffet Grocery," on October 12.

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Boston Globe article, "Afghans fear chaos will return when US leaves," on October 12.

David Shinn, professorial lecturer in the Elliott School of International Affairs, was interviewed on WTOP for Voice of America's "Encounter," about the mall attack in Kenya and the al-Shabab terror group, on October 12 (audio clip in three parts: 1,2,3).

Neil Buchanan, professor of law, and Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics and international affairs, were quoted in the Tampa Bay Times article, "Everything you always wanted to know about the debt ceiling (but were afraid to ask)," on October 11.

Murli Gupta, professor of math, was interviewed for the USA Today article, "Impatient Facebook investors missed out big," on October 11.

Jessica Torrente, assistant professor of radiology, gave a tour on WTTG of the GW Mammovan, on October 11 (video).

John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "Campaigns are not good at estimating whether they will win," on October 11.

Orin Kerr, professor of law and Fred C. Stephenson Research Professor of Law, was quoted in the NBC News article, "Snowden’s email provider fights back, appeals government‘s demand for access," on October 11.

Annamaria Lusardi, professor of accountancy and of economics, was quoted in theNew York Times article, "For Students of All Ages, an Online Course on Retirement Planning," on October 11.

Comments by Mark Hyman, assistant teaching professor of management and tourism studies, were referenced in the Education Week article, "N.Y. Times Hosts Roundtable on Pros and Cons of Youth Sports," on October 11.

Joann Weiner, lecturer in the Department of Economics, authored the Washington Post article, "Goldin, Krueger and other women who won’t win the economics Nobel Prize this year," on October 11.

Merve Kavacki, part-time instructor in the Elliott School of International Affairs, was interviewed on NPR's “Here and Now” segment, "Turkey Partially Lifts Decades-Old Ban on Head Scarves," on October 11 (audio).

Joan Schaffner, associate professor of law, was quoted in the Huffington Post article, "Backyard Hen Opponents Remind Virginians That Chicken-Killing Dogs May Be Shot Under State Law (UPDATED)," on October 11.

Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics and international affairs, was quoted in the National Journal article, "How Can You Run the Economy Without Any Data?" on October 11.

Work by Neil Buchanan, professor of law, was mentioned in the Washington Post article, "Should Obama just ignore the debt ceiling? These law professors think so," on October 10.

David Shinn, adjunct professor in the Elliott School of International Affairs, authored the Descrier article, "Somalia: Al-Shabaab in the aftermath of the attack on Nairobi’s Westgate mall," on October 10.

Work by Neil Buchanan, professor of law, was referenced in the KDAL article, "The budget is its own ‘debt ceiling,'" on October 10.

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, was quoted in the Atlantic Wire article, "How Twitter is Ruining America," on October 10.

Work by Neil Buchanan, professor of law, was referenced in the Harvard Business Review article, "Calculating the Probabilities of a U.S. Debt," on October 10.

Celeste Monforton, professional lecturer, was quoted in the Bloomberg BNA article, "Shutdown to Have Biggest Effect on OSHA's Enforcement Directorate, Former Staffers Say," on October 10.

Mark R. Kennedy, professor of political management and director of the Graduate School of Political Management, authored the Huffington Post article, "Students Seek Solutions, Hopefully Congress Can Too," on October 10.

Robert Tuttle, D.R.& S Kirschner Berz research professor of law and religion, was quoted in the Religion News Service article, "Ohio court gives lawyer guardianship of Amish girl with cancer," on October 10.

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, was quoted in the Associated Press article, "Report: Obama Brings Chilling Effect on Journalism," on October 10.

Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics and international affairs, was interviewed on WTOP about the debt ceiling, on October 10 (audio).

Steven Billet, director of the master’s in legislative affairs and chief of staff at the Graduate School of Political Management, was interviewed on KEYE (CBS) about the Tea Party, on October 10 (video).

Scott Kahan, director of the Strategies to Overcome and Prevent (STOP) Obesity Alliance at the School of Public Health and Health Services, was quoted for the New York Times article, "Fat and Thin Find Common Ground," on October 10.

Michael V. Kaplen, professional lecturer in law, coauthored the Huffington Post article, "Players and Public Lose While NFL Reigns Victorious," on October 9.

A survey by Annamaria Lusardi, professor of accountancy and economics, was referenced in the Market Watch – Wall Street Journal article, "How aging impacts our financial decisions," on October 9.

Lara Brown, director of the political management graduate program, was quoted in the News Busters article, "Miss America More Important to Media than Fed Nominee," on October 9.

Marc Lynch, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "The U.S. may cut aid to Egypt. Five reasons that’s a good idea (and six why it’s a bad idea)," on October 9.

Research by Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and research professor of urban real estate, was referenced in the Greater Greater Washington article, "Could Atlanta teach Prince George’s about smart growth?" on October 9.

Neil Buchanan, professor of law, provided comment on Al Jazeera America about President Obama’s options for raising the debt ceiling, on October 9 (video).

Jocelyn Rapelyea, associate professor of radiology, was interviewed on WUSA about breast cancer screenings on the GW Mammovan, on October 9 (video).

Major Garrett, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs authored the National Journal article, "That Was Then, This Is Now (Part 2)," on October 9.

Steve Billet, director of the legislative affairs program, was quoted for the Voice of America article, "In shutdown, House Speaker is Man in the Middle," on October 9.

Paula Lantz, chair of the department of public health, was referenced in the Red Orbit article, "Public Health Does Not 'Lose Out' When Merged With Medicaid Programs," as the lead author of a report about merging Medicaid programs, on October 9.

Lara Brown, director of the political management graduate program, wrote the U.S. News and World Report article, "Is an Anti-Incumbent Wave on the Way?" on October 9.

Neil Buchanan, professor of law, was referenced in the Wall Street Journal article, "Longshot Debt Ceiling Ideas Explained," on October 9.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post blog, "When threatened with fact checking, politicians really will lie less," on October 9.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, wrote the Washington Post blog, "American policy-making is a succession of kludges," on October 9.

Susan Phillips, professor emeritus of finance, was quoted for the Bloomberg article, "Yellen's Quake-Proof Calm Needed to Guide Fed Easing Exit," on October 9.

Pascale Ehrenfreund, research professor of space policy and international affairs, was quoted for the Economic Times article, "NASA ban on Chinese scientists sparks boycott," on October 8.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, wrote the Huffington Post article, "Million Dollar Contributions Corrupt Democracy," on October 8.

Roberto Izurieta, assistant research professor of political management, was quoted for the Christian Science Monitor article, "Mexico swoons and Brazil rallies in response to US shutdown," on October 8.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, was quoted for the USA Today article, "Booker would face choices of 'celebrity' senator," on October 8.

Sean Roberts, associate professor of the practice of international affairs and anthropology, was quoted for the New York Times article, "Uighurs in China Say Bias is Growing," on October 8.

Major Garrett, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the National Journal article, "That Was Then, This is Now," on October 8.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "The Romney campaign's own polls showed it would lose," on October 8.

Work by Neil Buchanan, professor of law, was mentioned in The New York Times article, "When the Treasury Runs Out of Cash," on October 8.

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Graduate Program, was quoted in the Trib Live article, "Call for clean spending bill grows louder from Republican U.S. Representatives from Pennsylvania," on October 8.

Gary Anderson, adjunct professor at the Elliot School of International Affairs, authored The Washington Times article, "Book review: ‘Blowtorch,'" on October 8.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, was interviewed on WJLA about the government shutdown, on October 7 (video).

Work by Neil Buchanan, professor of law, was mentioned in the Fortune article, "Why the 14th Amendment matters in the debt-ceiling crisis," on October 7.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management and Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Graduate Program, authored the Huffington Post article, "US Faces Hangover From Short Term Highs," on October 7.

Work by John Sides, associate professor of political science, was mentioned in the National Journal article, "Antonin Scalia Rejects News That Doesn’t Fit His World View. Just Like the Rest of Us," on October 7.

Frank Sesno, director and professor of Media and Public Affairs, was mentioned in the POLITICO article, "Ted Leonsis: Washington Post must admit it's 'not that important anymore'," for interviewing Ted Leonsis on the GW campus, on October 7.

William Lafi Youmans, assistant professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs, authored the Take Five Blog post, "War Fatigue vs. the President’s Syria Strike," on October 7.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, provided comment on KTRS-AM about the Supreme Court being unaffected by the government shutdown on October 7 (audio clip in 2 parts: 1,2). This was also on WLW-AM.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, provided comment on ABC News about the abortion case that will come before the Supreme Court, which begins its new term today (Monday), on October 7 (audio).

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, provided comment on NPR's “The Diane Rehm Show” about the upcoming Supreme Court term, on October 7 (audio clip in six parts: 1,2,3,4,5,6).

Amitai Etzioni, professor of international relations, authored the Huffington Post article, "Will the Court Pull All Stops?" on October 7.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "Dis-charge! Historical data and prospects for success," on October 7.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, co-authored the CNN article, "Will 2014 election solve anything?" on October 7.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "The definitive account of what really happened and what really mattered in the campaign,” on October 7.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, authored the Washington Post article, "Liberal comment trolling polarizes conservatives (but not vice versa), study says," on October 7.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, was quoted in the Government Executive article, "House Democrats’ Discharge Petition Faces Uphill Battle," on October 7.

Sufian Zhemukhov, visiting scholar in Russian and East European studies, was quoted in the Boise Weekly article, "Amid Regional Violence, Fears That Sochi Will Be ‘Gulag Olympics," on October 7.

Lawrence Cunningham, professor of law, was quoted in the WPTV article, "Berkshire Hathaway subsidiaries deny, delay asbestos, hazard claims, suits, insiders allege," on October 7.

Amitai Etziono, professor of international affairs, was quoted in the China Daily USA article, "Experts examine core values of China, US," on October 7.

Tara Sinclair, associate professor of Economics and International Affairs, was quoted in the Poli Fact article, "John Boehner says U.S. will have record revenues this year," on October 6.

Frank Sesno, director of the school of Media and Public Affairs, and his students provided comment on CNN about the government shutdown and what they think the media could be covering better, on October 6 (video).

Annamaria Lusardi, professor of accountancy and economics, was mentioned in the New York Times article, "Financial Literacy, Beyond the Classroom," on October 5.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Shutdown’s roots lie in deeply embedded divisions in America’s politics," on October 5.

Lisa Delpy Neirotti, associate professor of tourism and sport management, and John Banzhaf, professor of law, were quoted in the Washington Post article, "President Obama says, 'I’d think about changing’ name of Washington Redskins'," on October 5.

Tara D. Sonenshine, fellow in School of Media and Public Affairs, authored the National Geographic article, "Opinion: Amid Shutdown, U.S. Government Should Learn From Apple," on October 5. 

A study by Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and research professor of urban real estate, was mentioned the Decatur.Patch.com article, "Study: Decatur’s Walkability is Linked to Economic Success," on October 5.

Marc Lynch, director of the Institute for Middle East Studies and associate professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the New Republic article, "Syria is Going to Become Al Qaedastan (and Three Other Myths About Obama's Syria Foreign Policy)," on October 5.

Stuart Kasdin, assistant professor of public policy and public administration, wrote the Washington Post guest post, "How Congress flunked basic Schoolhouse Rock lesson," on October 4.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "The 5 species of House Republicans," on October 4.

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, provided comment on a CNN report on KIDK about the Affordable Care Act, on October 4 (video).

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Federal Insurance Marketplace Can’t Yet ‘Talk’ To State Medicaid Agencies," on October 4.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, was quoted in the Global Post article, "Tea Party: the 'anarchists' upending Washington, by AFP," on Octber 4.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "Governing from the Monkey Cage, discharge rule edition," on Octber 4.

Daniel Gordon, associate dean of procurement law, was interviewed for the FCW.com article, "Worry:  Shutdown discourages talented students," on October 4.

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, president emeritus and university professor of public service, was interviewed about his new book for the Inside Higher Ed article, "Avoiding Disastrous Presidencies," on October 4.

Robert Sutter, professor of practice of international affairs, was quoted in the Quartz article, "The latest government shutdown casualties are the “US pivot to Asia”—and Obama’s trip to Bali," on October 3.

Jean Johnson, dean of the School of Nursing, provided comment on CSPAN2 in a panel discussion on the impact of the Affordable Care Act, on October 3 (video clip in seven parts: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7).

Neil Buchanan, professor of law, was quoted in The New York Times article, "Experts See Potential Ways Out for Obama in Debt Ceiling Maze," on October 3.

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in The Wall Street Journal article, "Former Islamist Warlord Vies for Afghan Presidency," on October 3.

Danny Hayes, assistant professor of political science, authored The Washington Post article, "Why Wendy Davis’s announcement is a big deal," on October 3.

Jason Osder, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was interviewed about his documentary, “Let The Fire Burn,” on WNYC-FM, on October 3 (audio clip in two parts: 1,2).

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "Why the Discharge Rule won't Help Democrats on the CR," on October 2.

Elizabeth Rigby, assistant professor of public policy and public administration, wrote the Washington Post article, "Red States create red tape for Medicaid," on October 2.

Neil Buchanan's, professor of law, debt ceiling analysis was referenced in the Atlantic article, "If Congress Won't Raise the Debt Ceiling, Obama Will be Forced to Break the Law," on October 2.

Christopher Arterton, professor of political management, was interviewed on WOLB-AM's "The Carl Nelson Show" about the budget impasse, on October 1 (audio clip in three parts: 1,2,3).

Mark Hyman, assistant teaching professor of management and tourism studies, was interviewed on WYPR-FM about the Baltimore Ravens and the Baltimore Orioles, on October 1 (audio clip in two parts: 1,2).

Research by Annamaria Lusardi, professor of accountancy and of economics, was mentioned on a CNBC report about baby boomers, debt and retirement, on October 1 (video).

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was interviewed on on NPR's “Tell Me More" about North Carolina’s voting rights law, on October 1 (audio clip in two parts: 1,2).

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, was quoted for the Christian Science Monitor article, "Government shutdown begins: What happens now?" on October 1.

Dan Gordon, associate dean for procurement law, was quoted for the Bloomberg article, "E-Verify Dark as U.S. Shutoff Cuts Business Services," on October 1.

Lara Brown, director of the political management graduate program, was quoted for the Washington Times article, "Obama accepts no blame for shutdown," on October 1.

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science, was quoted for the Fox News article, "Chinese junk? Latest fighter plane from People's Army ticketed for export," on October 1.

Robert Cottrol, professor of law, history and sociology, was quoted for the Christian Science Monitor article, "Georgia school district mulls buying assault rifles: Could it be a good idea?" on October 1.

Henry Ferrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, wrote the Washington Post article, "Making a lemming can be tactically smart," on October 1.

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the USA Today article, "The Republican Shutdown Looks a Lot Like 'Breaking Bad'," on October 1.

Orin S. Kerr, professor of law, was quoted in the Daily Beast article, "Welcome to the Age of Unlimited Government," on October 1.

Edward Berkowitz, professor of history, was quoted in the CNBC article, "You Think the Obamacare Fight is Ugly?" on October 1.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "Why Don’t Republicans Want to Play More CR Ping-Pong?" on October 1.

September 2013

Stuart Kasdin, assistant professor of public policy and public administration, was interviewed on the WGN-FM report, "Animals on the Loose! Prisons with no Guards! What REALLY Happens When the Government Shuts Down," on September 30.

Alexandra Stewart, assistant professor of health policy, was quoted in the Nurse article, "New mandates raise the stakes in flu vaccination for nurses," on September 30.

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, authored the Washington Post article, "GOP-supported Provision Would Cut Support for Victims of Domestic Violence," on September 30.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was quoted in the McClatchy DC article, "N.C. Voter Law Intentionally Discriminates, Holder says," on September 30.

Dan Gordon, professor of law, was quoted in the Federal Times article, "IT Operations Would Take a Hit During Shutdown," on September 30.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "Should Losing a Presidential Election Mean Giving Up Your Agenda," on September 30.

Orin S. Kerr, professor of law, was quoted in the Centre for Research on Globalization article, "NSA Using Metadata to Compile 'Social Network Diagrams' on Americans," on September 30.

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, authored the Washington Post article, "Women Win Some, Lose Some Under Obamacare," on September 30.

Marc Lynch, professor of political science and international affairs, authored the Foreign Policy article, "The American-Iraqi Encounter," on September 30.

John Sides, professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "Republicans and Democrats are Treating the 2012 Election Like a Mandate. They’re Both Wrong," on September 29.

David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article, "China’s Top-Down Take on Innovation," on September 29.

A book by Henry Nau, professor of political science and international affairs, was reviewed in the Wall Street Journal article, "Book Review: ’Conservative Internationalism,’ by Henry R. Nau," on September 29.

Nikki Usher, assistant professor in SMPA, was quoted in the Al Jazeera article, "The Citizen Content Revolution," on September 29.

Remi Brulin, part-time faculty member in the School of Media and Public Affairs, authored the Al Jazeera article, "Operation Condor: Setting Precedent From One 'War on Terrorism' to the Next," on September 29.

Orin Kerr, professor of law and Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was quoted in the New York Times article, "N.S.A. Gathers Data on Social Connections of U.S. Citizens," on September 28.

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Graduate Program and associate professor of political management, was quoted in the Des Moines Register article, "Iowa Poll: GOP’s search for a single identity is reflected in survey’s divisions," on September 28.

Dana Tai Soon Burgess, chair of the Department of Theatre and Dance and associate professor of dance, was mentioned in the Washington Post article, “'Dancing the Dream' at the Portrait Gallery," on September 27.

Jason Osder, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was featured in the New York Times article, "Documentary Keeps It Completely Real," on September 27.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "How Boehner, Like Moses, Could Part the Red Sea," on September 27.

David Rehr, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, was interviewed for the Washington Post TV report, "What Really Happens in a Government Shutdown," on September 27.

William Adams, professor of public policy and public administration, was quoted in the NBCNews.com article, "As Shutdown Threatens, Public Trust of Federal Workers at Record Lows," on September 27.

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in the Los Angeles Times article, "Officials Race to Explain Healthcare Law to Californians," on September 27.

Daniel Gordon, associate dean of procurement law, provided comment on WTOP2 about contractor spending during a government shutdown, on September 27 (audio).

Denver Brunsman, assistant professor of history, was mentioned on MSNBC's "The Daily Rundown," report about teaching his annual course on “George Washington and His World," on September 27 (video).

Mollie Manier, assistant professor of biological sciences, contributed to the Science Daily report, "Biologists Confirm Role of Sperm Competition in Formation of New Species," on September 26.

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, authored the U.S. News and World Report article, "Congress’ New Glasses," on September 26.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored the Washington Post article, "This Site lets you Explore Nearly Every Single Constitution in the World," on September 26.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, authored the Washington Post article, "Some ‘Dodgy Doctorates’ Hurt More Than Others," on September 26.

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Program, was quoted in the NPR article, "With Incumbents Struggling, Former Officeholders Stage Comebacks," on September 26.

Nail Buchanan, professor of law, authored the Verdict article, "Germany’s Election Results Are Bad News for the U.S." on September 26.

Patricia Phalen, associate professor of media and public affairs, provided comment on CBS Radio about actor Michael J. Fox’s return to a leading role on television, on September 26 (audio).

Patricia Phalen, associate professor of media and public affairs, provided comment on WBBM-AM, Chicago, and KRLD-AM, Dallas, about actor Michael J. Fox’s return to a leading role on television, on September 26 (audio clip in 2 parts: 1,2).

David Shinn, professorial lecturer in the Elliott School of International Affairs, was interviewed on WHYY's "Radio Times" about the  al-Shabab attack in Kenya, on September 26 (audio clip in five parts: 1,2,3,4,5).

John Banzhaf, professor of law, was interviewed on WRC about the smoker surcharge in the Affordable Care Act, on September 26 (video).

Leighton Ku, professor of health policy, provided comment on WUSA about what to expect when the health care exchanges open, on September 26 (video).  

Dr. Leana Wen, instructor in emergency medicine, appeared on "The Doctors" television program for a segment about avoiding misdiagnosises and unecessary tests and getting doctors to listen, on September 25. (Video clip in three parts: 123)

John Sides, professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post blog, "Introducing the Monkey Cage," on September 25.

Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Program, wrote the U.S. News and World Report article, "What the Virginia governor's Race Says About the State of American Politics," on September 25.

Cathleen Clancy, associate professor of emergency medicine, was quoted for the USA Today article, "Overdoses attributed to club drug 'Molly' increase," on September 25.

Henry Farrell, professor of political science and international affairs, wrote the Washington Post article, "How America Exports It's Gun Problems," on September 25.

AnnaMaria Lusardi, professor of accountancy and economics, was quoted for the Bloomberg Market Watch article, "Mortgage debt a threat for near-retirees," on September 25.

John Sides, professor of political science, was quoted in the Los Angeles Times article, "Another Clinton presidential campaign?" on September 25.

David Shinn, professorial lecturer in the Elliott School of International Affairs, was interviewed for BBC World regarding the al-Shabab attack in Kenya, on September 24.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote The Hill article, "If 'Just Say No' crowd insists on a yard, they will lose a mile," on September 24.

Chris Leinberger, research professor of urban real estate, was quoted for the Fox Business online article, "Americans Kiss and Make Up with the Real Estate Market," on September 24.

Major Garrett, a fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wroted the National Journal article, "Reading Between the Rhetorical Lines in Obama's U.N. Speech," on September 24.

William C. Adams and Donna Lind Infeld, professors in the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy, wrote the Government Executive article, "Analysis: Trust in Federal Workers Hits New Low," on September 24.

Sara Rosenbaum, health-law professor, was quoted in the Tennessean article, "Vanderbilt University Medical Center Accused of Patient Dumping," on September 24.

David Shinn, professorial lecturer in the Elliott School of International Affairs, was interviewed on WJR-AM about the al-Shabab attack in Kenya, on September 23 (audio).

David Shinn, professorial lecturer in the Elliott School of International Affairs, was interviewed on NPR's "Here and Now" about the al-Shabab attack in Kenya, on September 23 (audio clip in two parts: 1,2).

David Shinn, professorial lecturer in the Elliott School of International Affairs, was interviewed on Al Jazeera America about the al-Shabab terror group, on September 23 (video clip in two part: 1,2).

Eliot Sorel, clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral science, was quoted in the Voice of America News article, "American Doctor Speaks Out on Gun Violence," on September 23.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, was quoted in the Christian Science Monitor article, "Ted Cruz Moment of Truth: What’s His New ‘Path to Victory’?" on September 23.

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science, was quoted in the Voice of America article, "US Congress Braces for High Stakes Budget Battle," on September 23.

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice, was quoted in the CNBC article, "Oil Markets Will be Waiting US-Iran Body Language at UN," on September 23.

Geeta Nayyar, clinical assistant professor of medicine, authored the Huffington Post article, "Power to the Patient: Why National Health IT Week Matters," on September 23.

Peter Fenn, professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, authored the U.S. News and World Report article, "Letting the Debt Ceiling Cave In on Seniors," on September 23.

Amitai Etzioni, professor of international affairs, authored the Huffington Post article, "For a New Sino-American Relationship," on September 23.

Scheherazade Rehman, professor of business and international affairs, authored the U.S. News and World Report article, "Merkel in the Driver’s Seat," on September 23.

Sara Rosenbaum, health-law professor, was quoted in the Bloomberg article, "Doctors Brace for Health Law’s Surge of Ailing Patients," on September 23.

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management and director of the Political Management Graduate Program, was interviewed for a Sinclair Broadcast Group report about a possible government shutdown, which was aired on numerous stations nationwide, on September 23 (video).

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, provided comment on KGO-AM about various political topics, on September 23 (audio).

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, guest hosted NPR's “The Diane Rehm Show,” on September 23 (audio clip in six parts: 1,2,3,4,5,6).

Comments made by Mike Selmi, professor of law, were mentioned on a WIBW (CBS) report about a University of Kansas professor’s Twitter comment, on September 23 (video).

David Shinn, lecturer in the Elliott School, was quoted in the USA Today article, "Expert: Weakened Terror Group Trying to Grab Headlines," on September 22.

Mike Selmi, professor of law, was quoted in The San Francisco Chronicle article, "Experts: KU Prof’s Case Raises Legal Question," on September 22.

Robert Tuttle, professor of law, was quoted in The Washington Post article, "Prince William Church Leaders Clash with County Over Real-Estate Tax Bills," on September 22.

Donald Clarke, professor of law, was quoted in the USA Today article, "China Court Hands Down Guilty Verdict in Bo Xilai Case," on September 22.

John Banzhaf, professor of law, provided comment on WJR-AM about efforts to change the name of the Washington Redskins, on September 22 (audio clip in two parts: 1,2).

Richard Grinker, professor of anthropology and international affairs, was mentioned in the Philly.com book review, "'Republic of Outsiders': The Self Makes Known its Power," on September 22.

Jonathan Turley, professor of law, was quoted in The Washington Post article, "National Guard is New Gay Rights Battleground as Four States Refuse to Handle Federal Benefits," on September 21.

William Youmans, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was quoted in The Week (Yahoo News) article, "Qatar: The Tiny Nation That Roared," on September 21.

Robert Cottrol, professor of law, history and sociology and the Harold Paul Green Research Professor of Law, provided comment on WAMU-FM about the renewed debate over gun control following the Navy Yard shootings, on September 21 (audio).

David Shinn, professorial lecturer in the Elliott School of International Affairs, was interviewed on BBC News about the attack on a Kenyan shopping mall, on September 21 (video).

Charlene Rivera, research professor of curriculum and pedagogy, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "D.C. Officials’ Choice Allowed Math Test to Show Gains," on September 21.

Mark Dorley, research associate in the Department of Health Policy, was quoted in the Salt Lake Tribune article, "As Enrollment in Health Care Law Looms, Some States Erect Roadblocks," on September 20.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, authored the Huffington Post article, "The Value of a Full-Spectrum View," on September 20.

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, guest hosted NPR's “The Diane Rehm Show,” on September 20 (audio clip in six parts: 1,2,3,4,5,6).

Amitai Etzioni, University Professor and professor of international affairs, authored the Diplomat article, "MAR: A Model for US-Chine Relations," on September 20.

Margaret Soltan, professor of English, was quoted in the Inside Higher Ed article, "Benefits of Teaching Online," on September 20. 

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, authored the Fox News article, "Just Say No is Road to Nowhere for Republicans," on September 20.

Diana Burley, associate professor of human and organizational learning, was interviewed on WTOP2 about her report on cybersecurity education, on September 19 (audio).

Steve Roberts, professor in the school of Media and Public Affairs, co-authored The Columbian Herald article, "Who is a Journalist," on September 19.

Joann Weiner, lecturer in the department of economics, authored the Washington Post article, "Farm Bill Would Cut Benefits for Women Farmers and Low-Income Mothers," on September 19.

Kirsten Martin, professor of business, was quoted in the Omaha World Herald article, "Hansen: Bo Pelini Will Have to Carry Burden of Tirade With Him," on September 19.

Christopher Leinberger, professor of business, was quoted in the Atlantic article, "Why Wall Street Loves Houses Again," on September 19.

Carolyn Robinowitz, associate provost for health sciences, was quoted in the Psychiatric News article, "Industry Influence Can Be Mediated By Understanding Theory Behind It," on September 19.

Colin Linsley, professor of accountancy, was quoted in the Washington Times article, "‘London Whale’ scandal costs JPMorgan nearly $1B," on September 19.

Stuart Licht, professor of chemistry, Baochen Cui, Uv post-doctoral scientist, Jessica Stuart, graduate student, Baohui Wang, visiting professor from the Northeast Petroleum University in China, and Jason Lau, graduate student, are featured in the Physics.org article, "Molten-Air Battery’s Storage Capacity Among the Highest of Any Battery Type," on September 19.

Major Garrett and Tara Sonenshine, distinguished fellows in the School of Media and Public Affairs, were announced as GW fellows in the Fishbowl DC article, "CBS’ Major Garrett to Influence Today’s Youth," on September 18.

Richard Cooter, head of the forensic psychology program, was quoted in the ABC (WJLA) article, "Navy Yard Shooting: Aaron Alexis' Past Fell Short of Raising Red Flags," on September 18.

Henry Nau, professor of political science and international affairs, authored the Wall Street Journal article, "The Best Diplomacy is Armed Diplomacy," on September 18.

Naomi Cahn, professor of law, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article, "Make Sure You Know Who Will Inherit Your Twitter Account," on September 18.

Roberto Izurieta, assistant research professor of political management, was quoted in the Christian Science Monitor article, "Will NSA Spying Push Brazil Toward ‘Anti-imperialist’ Neighbors?," on September 18.

Sean Roberts, associate professor of the practice of international affairs and anthropology, was quoted in the Al Jazeera America article, "Uighurs at Xinjiang Mosque Have to Face China Flag When Praying," on September 18.

Lara Brown, director of the political management program in the Graduate School of Political Management, authored the U.S. News and World Report article, "Amateur Hour at the White House," on September 18.

Peter Fenn, professor in the Graudate School of Political Management, authored the U.S. News and World Report article, "Flirting With a Debt Ceiling Suicide Pact," on September 18.

Eliot Sorel, clinical professor of global health, was quoted in the Al Jazeera America article, "An Old Debate Renewed by Navy Yard Tragedy," on September 18.

Lance Price, professor of environmental and occupational health, was interviewed on NPR's “The Diane Rehm Show” about efforts to curb the overuse of antibiotics in animals and people, on September 18 (audio clip in three parts: 1,2,3).

Judith Plotz, professor emeritus of English in residence, participated in NPR's "The Diane Rehm Show" reader’s review of “Behind the Beautiful Forevers," on September 18 (audio clip in six parts: 1,2,3,4,5,6).

William Youmans, assistant professor of media and public affairs, provided comment on Al Jazeera America about the media’s portrayal of Muslims on September 18 (video clip in three parts: 1,2,3).

Fitzhugh Mullan, professor of health policy and pediatrics, was quoted in the Med Page Today article, "Can NPs and PAs Fill the Primary Care Gap?" on September 17.

Naomi Cahn, professor of law, co-authored the Boston Globe article, "A Will Needs to Address Your Digital Assets, Too," on September 17.

Major Garrett, distinguished fellow at the School of Media and Public Affairs, authored the National Journal article, "A September to Surrender: Syria and Summers Spell Second-Term Slump," on September 17.

Joann Weiner, lecturer in the department of economics, authored the Washington Post article, "Five Women of the Financial Crisis: Who Are They and Why They Mattered," on September 17.

A book authored by John Sides, professor of political science, was referenced in the ESPN article, "Pacific Northwest Atop Football World," on September 17.

Alexandra Stewart, health policy professor, was quoted in the Associated Press article, "NY Hospital Staffs Must Get Flu Shot or Wear Mask," on September 17.

Jonathan Turley, professor of law, was quoted in The Advocate article, "Danziger Order Brings New Revelations," on September 17.

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, guest hosted NPR's “The Diane Rehm Show,” on September 17 (audio clip in six parts: 1,2,3,4,5,6).

Daqing Yang, associate professor of history and international affairs, interpreted a map of Iwo Jima for PBS's “History Detectives,” on September 16 (video clip in two parts: 1,2).

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed on KGO-AM about politics, on September 16 (audio).

John Bazhaf, professor of law, was mentioned in the Reuters article, "Heat Rising in Opposition to Redskins Nickname," on September 16.

Marc Lynch, professor of political science and international affairs, was mentioned in the Front Page Magazine article, "The Egyptian Pyramid Scheme," on September 16.

Joann Weiner, lecturer in the department of economics, authored the Washington Post article, "Yellen’s Stance on Unemployment Makes her the Best Choice to Lead the Fed," on September 16.

Jeremy Brown, assistant professor of emergency medicine, authored the Washington Post article, "Can Judaism and Science Co-exist? Yes," on September 16.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted in the Pacific Standard article, "Does the President Have the Power to Convince Us of Anything?" on September 16.

Jerome Paulson, professor of pediatrics, was quoted in the USA Today article, "Efforts to Stop Lead Poisoning Could be at Risk," on September 16.

Stuart Licht, professor of chemistry, was quoted in the Nano Werk article, "A New Class of High-Energy Rechargeable Batteries – Molten Air," on September 16.

Bradley S. Shear, sports management professor, was quoted in the Charlotte Observer article, "ACC, Terps Prepare to Fight in Court Over Maryland’s $52M Exit Fee," on September 16.

Rachel Moon, professor of pediatrics, was quoted in the Boston Globe article, "New Rules to Improve your Child’s Sleep Habits," on September 16.

Nathan Brown, a professor of international affairs, was quoted in the Global Post article, "Egypt’s ‘Deep State’ Never Left," on September 16.

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, guest hosted NPR's “The Diane Rehm Show,” on September 16 (audio clip in six parts: 1,2,3,4,5,6).

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, provided comments on Fox News about President Obama’s media blitz on Syria, on September 15 (video clip in two parts: 1,2)  

Srinivas Y. Prasad, faculty director of the business analytics degree and associate professor of decision sciences, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "As Demand for Big Data Analysts Grows, Schools Rush to Graduate Students with Necessary Skills," on September 15.

Scott Lewis, soon to be professor of the sports analytics course, was quoted in the CNBC.com article, "A Job that lets you Hang with Professional Sports Stars," on September 15.

Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and research professor of urban real estate, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "D.C.’s Height Limits: The Risk of Ending Them," on September 13.

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was quoted in the Philly.com article, "Social Media Creating a Diverse Opposition to Syrian War," on September 14.

Jerrold Post, professor of psychiatry, political psychology and international affairs, co-authored the Huffington Post article, "Syria: Who’s Really in Charge?" on September 13.

Jenna Weissman Joselit, director of the Judaic Studies Program, Smith Professor of Judaic Studies and professor of history, was quoted in the New York Times article, "Selling High Holy Day Tickets Is a Dilemma for Synagogues," on September 13. 

Tara Sonenshine, fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, authored the CNN.com article, "Putin’s PR Blitz – Win or Lose?" on September 13.

Daniel Gordon, associate dean of procurement law, was quoted in the Politico article, "EU Business Lobbies Washington on Trade Deal," on September 13.

Comments by Henry Nau, professor of political science and international affairs, were mentioned in the Forbes article, "'Hope And Change' Means Punishingly Slow Growth For Obama's Biggest Supporters," on September 13.

Remarks by Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, were mentioned on a KTSA-AM segment about the arrest of a Florida pastor who planned to burn Qurans, on September 13 (audio).

Jonathan Turley, professor of public interest law, was quoted in the U.S. News and World Report article, "Quran-Burning Pastor Terry Jones’ Arrest Could Be Unconstitutional, Experts Say," on September 12.

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor in the School of Political Management, authored the U.S. News and World Report article, "Investigating the NSA itself," on September 12.

Joann Weiner, professor of economics, authored the Washington Post article, "D.C. Mayor Gray was Right to Veto Super-Minimum Wage Bill," on September 12.

Lara Brown, program director of the Political Management program, was quoted in the WJLA article, "Kerry and Sergey Lavrov Negotiate Diplomatic Options," on September 12.

Tara Sonenshine, a fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, authored the Defense One article, "Syrian Caved a Window Onto the Conflict," on September 12.

Research by Paul Williams, associate professor of international affairs, was mentioned in the Journalist’s Resource article, "Intervening in Syria and the Humanitarian Case: What Does the Research Say?" on September 12.

Lance Price, professor of environmental and occupational health, was quoted in the Nature article, "Food-Borne Illnesses are Not Always Home-Grown," on September 12.

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was quoted in the Los Angeles Times article, "Obama’s Syria strategy: Deft Improvisation or Impulsive Risk-Taking?" on September 11.

Lara Brown, program director of the Political Management program, authored the U.S. News and World Report article, "Oz Behind the Curtain," on September 11.

Jessica Greene, director of research for the School of Nursing, was quoted in the Workforce article, "The Pulse on Health Care Pricing," on September 11.

Michael Feuer, dean of the Graduate School of Education, was quoted in the News Sun article, "No Accountability in School Accountability," on September 11.

Patience White, professor of medicine and pediatrics, was quoted in the Daily Herald article, "Running May Actually Protect Against Osteoarthritis," on September 11.

Work by Amatai Etzioni, professor of international affairs, was referenced in the Constitution Center article, "The Price of Privacy in a Post-9/11 World," on September 11.

Sarah Friedman, research professor of psychology, was mentioned in the USA Today article, "This 9/11, Remember Military Kids, too: Column," on September 11.

Heidi Hartmann, research professor of women's studies, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article, "Academic Economists Jump into Libby for Top Feb Post," on September 11.

Tara Sonenshine, a fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, authored The Washington Times article, "SONENSHINE: Personifying America Outside the Perimeter," on September 11.

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed on Fox News' “Studio B With Shepard Smith,” about Russia’s plan for Syria’s chemical weapons, on September 11 (video).

Nikki Usher, assistant professor of media and public affairs, provided comment on NPR about reporters being duped by fake videos on social media, on September 11 (audio).

Anne Markus, associate professor of health policy, was quoted for the Scientific blogginf article, "Medicaid Paid for Nearly Half of All Births in the United States," on September 10.

Lara Brown, director of the political management program, was quoted for The Washington Times article, "Obama's Legacy on Foreign Policy Could Hinge on Outcome With Syria," on September 10.

Michael Compton, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, authored the Psychiatric News article, "Why the IPS Is a Can't-Miss Meeting," on September 10.

Faye Moskowitz, chair of the English department, was highlighted in the Time article, "The Hottest Seats in Class," on September 10.

Susan Wood, associate professor of health policy, was quoted for the Slate article, "The Cleverest New Anti-Abortion Law," on September 10.

Susan Karamanian, an associate dean of international law, was quoted for The Christian Science Monitor article, "El Salvador: buried treasure or fool's gold?" on September 10.

Alex Pyron's, assistant professor of biology, work was referenced in The Scientist article, "Drivers of Tropical Diversity," on Septemeber 10.

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed on Al Jazeera English about a Russian proposal for Syria, on September 10 (video).

Orin Kerr, professor of law, was quoted in the USA Today article, "Your Cellphone: Private or Not?" on September 9.

Research led by Anne Markus, associate professor of health policy, which found Medicaid pays for almost half of all U.S. births, was mentioned on WTVN-AM, on September 9 (audio in 2 parts: 12). It was also mentioned on WSB-AM.

Paul Rosenzweig, professorial lecturer in law, provided comment on WTOP about the possibility of a Syrian cyberattack, on September 9 (audio).

Murhaf  Jouejati, adjunct professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed on BBC about possible U.S. military action in Syria, on September 9 (video). 

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh professor of health law and policy, was quoted in the Reuters article, "New U.S. Medicaid Enrollees Likely to be Younger, Healthier: Studies," on September 9. This article also appeared in The Chicago Tribune.  

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh professor of health law and policy, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Law Will Shift Demographics for Medicaid Toward Healthier Group, Study Finds," on September 9.

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the POLITICO article, "Syria is Pushing the 'Longest War' Off Radar," on September 9.

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed on CNN about President Obama’s media blitz and upcoming address to the nation on Syria, on September 9 (video).

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the New Jersey Star Ledger article, "House Homeland Security Committee Schedules Syria Hearing," on September 8.

Neal Barnard, adjunct associate professor of medicine, was quoted in the Boston Globe article, "Should We Eat Meat?" on September 8.

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, hosted CNN's “Reliable Sources,” on September 8 (video clip in six parts: 123456).

Walter Reich, Yitzhak Rabin Memorial professor of international affairs, ethics and human behavior, wrote the Huffington Post article, "Obama to Congress: Thanks for Sharing," on September 7.

John Banzhaf, professor of law, was interviewed on WJR-AM about the rise in the use of e-cigarettes, on September 7 (audio).

Andrew Reamer, part-time faculty member in the GW Institute of Public Policy, provided comment for the Bloomberg article, "Fur Flies Over Lost Mink Census as Cuts Hit U.S. Economic Data," on September 6.

Daniel Moshenberg, director of the Women’s Studies Program and associate professor of English, wrote the Guardian article, "Senegal Hails New Prime Minister Known for Football and Feminism," on September 5.

Mary Beth Stein, associate professor of German, was featured on CSPAN2's BookTV for speaking at the Woodrow Wilson Center about Berlin, on September 5 (video clip in two parts: 12).

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in the National Journal article, "Relax Republicans, Obamacare’s Sherpas Pose No Threat," on September 5.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, provided comment for the TIME World article, "Cairo Bomb Blast Can’t Dent Rise of Egypt’s Dictatorship-Era Security State," on September 5. 

Dylan Conger, associate professor of public policy and public administration, provided comment for the Inside Higher Ed article, "Gender Gap Traced Back," on September 5.

Anne Markus, associate professor of health policy, provided comment for the Health Day article, "Medicaid Paying for More U.S. Births: Study," on September 5.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, provided comment for the Slate article, "Dear Judges: Your Creative Punishments Are Hilarious and Also Terrible. Please Stop," on September 5.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, blog, "The Monkey Cage", was mentioned in the Inside Higher Ed article, "Political Science for the Masses"on September 5.

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management, wrote the US News and World Report article, "Bipartisanship Breaks Out on Syria - Is That Good?" on September 4.

Todd Miller, associate professor of exercise science, provided comment for the Washington Post article, "Fitness Through the Ages" on September 4.

Lara Brown, director of the political management graduate program and associate professor of political management, provided comment for the Washington Times article, "Senators Agree on Syria Resolution Granting Obama Strike Authority," on September 4.

Stephanie Cellini, associate professor of public policy and public administration and of economics, provided comment for the Washington Post article, "The Tuition is Too Damn High, Part VII —Is Government Aid Actually Making College More Expensive?" on September 3.

Pascale Ehrenfreund, research professor of space policy and international affairs, provided comment for the ScienceNOW article, "Are we Martians After All?" on September 3.

A study on throwing by Neil Roach, research associate, was featured in the Vermont Public Radio article, "Levin: The Pitching Primate," on September 3.

Dr. Thomas Wise, professor of psychiatry, provided comment for the WTOP article, "N.Y. Festival Deaths Shine Spotlight on Club Drug Ecstasy," on September 3.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, provided comment for the Chronicle of Higher Education article, "Political Scientists Acknowledge Need to Make Stronger Case for Their Field," on September 3.

Dr. Zachary Litvack, assistant professor of neurological surgery, provided comment for the WTOP article, "Emerging Brain Surgery Technology Changes, Saves Lives," on September 3.

David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs, provided comment for the Wall Street Journal article, "Beijing's Middle Eastern Dilemma," on September 2.

Joann Weiner, part-time economics professor, wrote the Washington Post article, "Raising the Minimum Wage Would Help and Hurt Women," on September 1.

John Banzhaf, professor of law, was mentioned in the Chicago Tribune article, "Editorial: Paying for Brain Damage," on September 1. 

An analysis written by faculty in GW’s Sigur Center for Asian Studies, were mentioned in the Taipei Times article, "Taiwan Left Out of US 'Asia Pivot': Sigur Analysis," on September 1.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, provided comment for the Reuters article, "Egypt Names Key Constitution Panel with Few Islamists," on September 1.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, provided comment for the Reuters article, "Egypt Sends Mursi to Trial as New Constitution Advances," on September 1.

August 2013

Burrus Carnahan, adjunct professor of law, was featured on CSPAN3 for speaking to the Lincoln Group of the District of Columbia about Lincoln, Lieber and the Laws of War, on August 31 (video clip in three parts: 123). 

Orin Kerr, professor of law and Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was referenced in the New York Times article, "Judge Says Search Warrants for E-mails Must Be “Limited,” on August 30. 

Works of William Woodward, professor emeritus of painting, was mentioned in the Washington Post article, "Gallery shows: ‘new. (now). 2013,’ ‘Abstraction,’ ‘1460 Wallmountables,’" on August 30.

Michael Kaplen, professorial lecturer in law, was interviewed on WFAN-FM, New York, about the NFL’s concussion settlement, on August 30 (audio clip in two parts: 12).

Michael Kaplen, professorial lecturer in law, was quoted in the New York Daily News article, "NFL reaches agreement on $765 million settlement with more than 4,500 former players to end concussion-related lawsuits," on August 30.

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, guest hosted NPR's “The Diane Rehm  Show,” on August 30 (audio clip in six parts: 123456).

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, provided comment on MSNBC's "All in With Chris Hayes" about possible U.S. military intervention in Syria, on August 30 (video).

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, was interviewed on various Fox, CBS and NBC stations nationwide about efforts by some Colorado residents to secede, on August 30 (video).

James Hershberg, professor of history and international affairs, provided comment on American Public Media’s Marketplace.org about the 50th anniversary of the red phone connecting Washington and Moscow, on August 30 (audio).

Peter Rollberg, professor of Slavic languages, film studies and international affairs, provided comment in the Washington Diplomat article, "Moscow Piques Student Interest As Geopolitical Relevance Rises," on August 29.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Reuters article, "Analysis: With Brotherhood out, old order shapes Egypt's future," on August 29.

Edward Gnehm, Kuwait Professor of Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Affairs, was interviewed on Al Jazeera America about possible military intervention in Syria, on August 29 (video).

David P. Costanza, associate professor of organizational sciences and of psychology, was quoted in the Yahoo! article, "Alleged Affair of Google Co-Founder Brin Raises Ethical Issues," on August 29.

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, guest hosted NPR's “The Diane Rehm Show,” on August 29 (audio clip in six parts: 123456).

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, was interviewed on "The Takeaway With John Hockenberry" about the use of facial recognition technology by law enforcement, on August 29 (audio).

Donald Clarke, David Weaver Research Professor of Law, was quoted in the CNN article, "From Gang of Four to Bo Xilai: Reporting from China's 'show trials'," on August 28.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Reuters article, "Egyptian soldiers will no longer swear loyalty to president," on August 28.

Lara Brown, associate professor and program director of the Political Management program, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "The Politics of Inertia," on August 28.

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, guest hosted NPR's “The Diane Rehm Show,” on August 28. First hour was a discussion of the decline in public sector employment (audio clip in six parts: 123456). Second hour looked at the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington (audio clip in seven parts: 1234567).

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the U.S. News & World Report article, "Afghanistan's Unattractive Options," on August 28.

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "States find new ways to resist health law," on August 28

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Inside Higher Ed article, "Scholarship in Public," on August 28.

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, commented on Al Jazeera English about possible U.S. military intervention in Syria, on August 28 (video).

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, was featured on a Bloomberg West Planet Forward segment, on August 27 (video).

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was quoted in the Chicago Tribune article, "Pressure Mounts for Strikes on Syria Over Apparent Use of Poison Gas," on August 27.

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, guest hosted NPR's “The Diane Rehm Show,” NPR, on August 27. (audio clip in six parts: 123456).

Joann Wiener, professor of economics, wrote the Washington Post article, "Muriel Siebert, the first woman trader on the New York Stock Exchange," on August 27.

Ayman El Tarabishy, professor of management, entrepreneurship and innovation, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "How to pitch your company: Mark Cuban, fellow startup investors share their secrets," on August 27.

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Associated Press article, "With Security Council divided, US and allies look beyond UN in justifying Syria strike," on August 27.

Lisa Delpy Neirotti, associate professor of tourism and sport management, was interviewed in the Baltimore Business Journal article, "Politics may be Olympic bid's biggest hurdle, expert says," on August 27.

Marc Lynch, associate professor of political science and international affairs and director of the Institute for Middle East Studies, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article, "Pentagon's Plans for Syria Strikes Rely on Missiles," on August 27.

Nabil Mikhail, adjunct professor of political science, was interviewed on Press TV segment, "Iraq Violence Tied to Syria Turmoil: Analyst," on August 27.

Murhaf  Jouejati, adjunct professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed on Al Jazeera English about the alleged chemical attack in Syria, on August 26 (video).

Cynthia Harrison, associate professor of history, women's studies and public policy, was quoted in the ABC News article, "Does Women's Equality Day Really Mean Anything?" on August 26.

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed on KGO-AM about politics, on August 26 (audio).

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, guest hosted NPR's “The Diane Rehm Show,” on August 26 (audio clip in six parts: 123456).

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed on “The Takeaway with John Hockenberry,” about the crisis in Syria, on August 26 (audio).

Marc Lynch, director of the Institute for Middle East Studies and associate professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed pn PRI’s “The World” about possible U.S. military intervention in Syria, on August 26 (audio).

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted in the Politico article, "Monkey Cage to Washington Post," on August 26.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Associated Press article, "US-Egypt Alliance to Remain, Despite Dim Democracy," on August 26.

Donald Clarke, David Weaver Research Professor of Law, was quoted in the USA Today, "Bo Xilai Slams Ex-aide in Trial Exposing Chinese Elite," on August 26.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Bloomberg article, "Egypt's Military Does No Wrong in Eyes of Weary Citizens," on August 25.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the New York Times article, "Adrift on the Nile," on August 25.

Katherine Chretien, associate professor medicine, wrote the USA Today article, "Emergency Medical Research and You: Column," on August 25.

Danny Hayes, assistant professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "Why the March Anniversary Matters—Especially for Whites," on August 25.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed on NPR about public shaming sentences, on August 24 (audio). 

Tara Behrend, assistant professor of organizational sciences, was quoted in the Boston Globe, "Who Will Fight the Beauty Bias?" on August 23.

Christopher Bracey, professor of law, was quoted in the New York Times article, "A Time to Return to and Reflect on the March on Washington," on August 23.

Celeste Monforton, senior research associate in the School of Public Health and Health Services, was quoted in the Huffington Post article, "Labor Department Proposes 'Life-Saving' Rule To Tighten Silica Standards On Workers," on August 23.

Neal Barnard, adjunct associate professor of medicine, was quoted in the Fergus Falls (Minnesota) Journal article, "Speaker: Food can Love Us," on August 23.

Sandy Baum, senior fellow in the Graduate School of Education and Human Development, was quoted in the Los Angeles Times article, "President Obama Proposes College Ratings Based on Affordability," on August 22.

Sandy Baum, senior fellow in the Graduate School of Education and Human Development, was quoted in the New York Times article, “Obama to Offer Plans to Ease Burden of Paying for College,” on August 21. 

David Shinn, professorial lecturer in the Elliott School of International Affairs, was quoted in the Associated Press article, “Year After Leader Dies, Ethiopia is Little Changed,” on August 21. This article also appeared in The Miami Herald, Fox News and other publications.  

Shana Marshall, associate director and research instructor in the Institute for Middle East Studies, was interviewed on WNYC-FM about U.S. military aid to Egypt on August 20 (audio).

Roberto Izurieta, assistant research professor of political management, commented CNN about the recent New York Times article, “Unease at Clinton Foundation Over Finances and Ambitions,” on August 20 (video).

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, guest hosted the “The Diane Rehm Show,” NPR, on August 20 (audio clip in six parts: 123456).

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson research professor of law, was quoted in The New York Times article, “Roberts Varies Pattern for Spy Court,” on August 20.

Nikki Usher, assistant professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs wrote The Atlantic article, “Can Al Jazeera America Win the Cable Wars?” on August 19.

William Youmans, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was interviewed in the Council on Foreign Relations article, “Al Jazeera’s American Play,” on August 19.

David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed on CNN international about the upcoming trial of Chinese politician Bo Xilai on August 18 (video).

Emily Dufton, teaching assistant in the Department of American Studies, was interviewed on WAMU-FM about the parent movement against drugs on August 18 (audio).

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was broadcast on CSPAN while asking a question at the Aspen Security Forum on intelligence and counterterrorism on August 18 (video).

Catherine Ross, professor of law, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article, “New Twist on Same-Sex Marriage Front,” on August 18.

Mark Hyman, assistant teaching professor of management and tourism studies wrote the Baltimore Sun article, “An adrenaline junkie’s dream,” on August 18.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Boston Globe article, “The secret history of democratic thought in the Middle East,” on August 18.

Lara Brown, associate professor of political management, was quoted on the CBS News article, “Lawrence Summers, Janet Yellen spark debate over Obama’s next Fed chair,” on August 17.

Tara Sonenshine, distinguished fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs authored the National Geographic article, “Myanmar Opening to Tourism, Investment—and Reform?” on August 17.

Marc Lynch, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed in the Washington Post article, “Why the U.S. should cut off aid to Egypt: An interview with Marc Lynch,” on August 15.

Lara Brown, associate professor at GSPM was interviewed in the Wall Street Journal Live article, “Opinion: San Diego’s Squatter Mayor,” on August 15.

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, President Emeritus, commented on the Inside Higher Ed article, “Change at NYU,” on August 15.

Marc Lynch, professor of political science and international affairs and of media and public affairs, commented on The Atlantic article, “Is This Egypt's Intifada?” on August 14.

David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs, commented on The Atlantic article, “Where Is China's Gorbachev?” on August 14.

Annamaria Lusardi, professor of accountancy and economics, commented on the Marketwatch article, “Should you pay off your mortgage?” on August 14.

Lara Brown, associate professor at GSPM, wrote the US News & World Report article, “San Diego's Squatter in Chief,” on August 14.

Lakhmir S. Chawla, associate professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine, and Michael G. Seneff, associate professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine wrote the Washington Post article, “Questions about the end of life,” on August 14.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed on PBS News Hour about the military crackdown on pro-Morsi supporters in Egypt on August 14 (video clip in two parts : 12). This report also aired on KQED-FM, San Francisco.

Christina Puchalski, professor of medicine, commented on the Dallas Morning News article, “Prayer, spirituality getting greater emphasis in medical care,” on August 14.

Donald Clarke, professor of law, commented on the Global Post article, “No James Madisons here: China arrests dozens of citizens seeking to uphold their constitution,” on August 14.

Sara Rosenbaum, Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, commented on the Wall Street Journal article, ”Health-Law Delays Starting to Pile Up,” on August 13.

Harris Mylonas, assistant professor of political science and international affairs, commented in the Korea Joongang Daily article, “Korea lucky’ to have strong, large diaspora to draw upon ,” on August 13.

Dana Tai Soon Burgess, associate professor of dance, was mentioned in the PBS NewsHour article, “The Visionary Russian Entrepreneur Who Hired Picasso, Stravinsky and Balanchine to Revolutionize the Ballet,” on August 13.

Lara Brown, associate professor at GSPM wrote the New York Times article, “Not Just Campaigning, but Learning,” on August 13.

Joann Weiner, lecturer in economics, wrote the Washington Post article, “Why women still earn less than men: It’s the kids’ fault,” on August 13.

Steven Schooner, Nash/Cibinic Professor of Government Procurement Law, was interviewed on WTOP2 about federal contests on August 13 (audio clip in two parts: 12).

Eric Arnesen, professor of American labor history, commented on the USA Today article, “What you didn't know about King's 'Dream' speech,” on August 12.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, commented on the Fox News article, “Yemen drone strikes may revive war-powers battle between administration, Congress,” on August 12.

P.J. Crowley, SMPA fellow, was interviewed on Washington Post TV about terrorism in Yemen, on August 12 (video).

Patience White, professor of medicine, commented on the Washington Post article,” Runners are not giving themselves arthritis,” on August 12.

Susan Dudley, professorial lecturer in public policy and public administration, is mentioned in the Daily Caller article, “Congress leaves town but the Obama administration keeps on regulating,” on August 12.

Amir Afkhami, assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, commented in the US News & World Report article, “What's Wrong With '50 Shades of Grey,'” on August 12.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed on NPR’s radio segment, “All Things Considered,” about Egypt’s security forces on August 12 (audio).

Marc Lynch, director of the Institute for Middle East Studies and associate professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed on PRI’s segment, “The World,” about violence in the Middle East on August 12 (audio).

David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs, commented on the China Daily article, “Questioning China's real achievements,” on August 12.

Naomi Cahn, Harold H. Greene Professor of Law, authored the LA Times article, “Assisted reproduction: When does a father become one?” on August 12.

Fitzhugh Mullan, professor of health policy and of pediatrics, commented in the New York Times article, “Path to United States Practice Is Long Slog to Foreign Doctors,” on August 12.

Patricia Pittman, associate professor of health policy and of nursing, commented in the USA Today article, “Immigration debate ensnares foreign workers,” on August 11.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, commented on the Washington Post article, “In the Snowden case, Bruce Fein finds the apex of a long Washington legal career,” on August 11.

Sandy Baum, senior fellow in the GSEHD, was quoted in the Wichita Eagle article, “Crippling student debt affects economy, and that’s bad news for everyone, expert at KU,” on August 10.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, was quoted in The Hill article, “Big bills pile up for House GOP,” on August 10.

Neil Roach, postdoctoral scientist in the Center for the Advanced Study of Hominid Paleobiology, was interviewed on Al-Jazeera English about the study that appeared in the journal Nature on August 10. (video)

Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and research professor of urban real estate, was quoted in the Washington Post “The kids gone, aging Baby Bommers opt for city life,” on August 9.

Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and research professor of urban real estate, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article, “Hip, Urban, Middle-Aged,” on August 8.

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was quoted in the New York Times article, “2 E-Mail Services Close and Destroy Data Rather Than Reveal Files.” on August 8.

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, wrote the BBC News article, “Viewpoint: Zawahiri's bid for al-Qaeda comeback presses Obama,” on August 8.

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, “A Future the Post Can Believe In,” on August 9.

Sabrina McCormick, associate professor of environmental and occupational health and of sociology, was quoted in the Time article, “Rebranding Climate Change as a Public Health Issue,” on August 8.

Steven Livingston, professor of media and public affairs and international affairs, was interviewed on NPR about President Obama’s use of non-traditional media on August 8. (audio).

Christopher Bracey, professor of law, was quoted in the Washington Times article, “State lawmakers are pressed to factor ‘racial impact’ into bills,” on August 8.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law wrote the USA Today article, “Fort Hood suspect's fool of a lawyer: Column,” on August 8..

Neal Barnard, adjunct associate professor of medicine, was interviewed in the Philadelphia Inquirer article, “V for Veg: Talking brain health with nutrition expert Dr. Neal Barnard,” on August 8.

Susan Abraham and Mike Novak, sustainable landscape faculty, were mentioned in the Leesburg Today article, “Grad Students Pass On Sustainable Landscaping Lessons,” on August 7.

Natalie Milman, associate professor of education technology, was quoted in the USA Today article, “More schools use cellphones as learning tools,” on August 7.

Robert M. Entman, J.B. and M.C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs and Professor of International Affairs, was mentioned in the Huffington Post article, “Media Need Not Look Far to Explain Reasons for Racial Angst,” on August 7.

Jonathan Reiner, professor of medicine, was interviewed on CNN’s “Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer,” about the cardiac procedure performed on former President George W. Bush on August 6 (video).
This story also appeared on WJLA and News Channel 8 (video).

Nabil Mikhail, professor of political science, wrote the Press TV article, “Obama must address al-Qaeda threat personally,” on August 6.

Scheherazade S. Rehman, professor of international business/finance and international affairs, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, “The Berlusconi Effect,” on August 6.

Jesse Pines, associate professor of emergency medicine and health policy, was quoted in the Philadelphia Inquirer article, “Hospitals vary widely in ER waiting times,” on August 6.

Murhaf Jouejati, adjunct professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed on Aljazeera English about the war in Syria on August 5 (video).

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed on KGO-AM about various political topics on August 5 (audio).

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed about on WTTG the sale of The Washington Post on August 5 (video).

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, was featured on the Bloomberg West segment, “Planet Forward,” on August 5 (video).

F. Scott Kieff, Fred C. Stevenson Research professor of paw, was featured in the Bloomberg News article, “Senate Confirms F. Scott Kieff for U.S. Trade Commission Seat,” on August 5.

Danny Hayes, assistant professor of political science wrote the Washington Post blog post, “Obama is wrong. Traditional journalism isn’t dead,” on August 4.

Marc Lynch, associate professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Washington Times article, “Egyptian belly dancer's anti-Obama video goes viral” on August 4.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Boston Globe editorial, “Egyptian crisis: Corrupting the courts,” on August 4.

Todd Miller, associate professor of exercise science, was interviewed on WRC about the dangers of too much running on August 3. (video)

Hossein Askari, Iran Professor of International Business, commented on the Radio Free Europe article, “Mahmud Ahmadinejad's Legacy,” on August 3.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed on WAMU-FM about the current state of Egypt on August 2 (audio).

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, commented in the NPR online story, “In Egypt, 'Third Square' Protesters Seek Middle Road,” on August 2.

Cory Welt, professorial lecturer in international affairs, commented in the Atlantic article, “The Soviet-Era Strategy That Explains What Russia Is Doing With Snowden,” on August 2.

 Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and research professor, wrote the Atlantic article, “If You Build It, They Will Come: How Cleveland Lured Young Professionals Downtown,” on August 2.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, commented on the Nature article, “NSF cancels political-science grant cycle,” on August 2.

Steven V. Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, wrote a book review for the Washington Post on the book, ”A Chance to Win : Boyhood, Baseball, and the Struggle for Redemption in the Inner City” on August 2.

Donald Braman, associate professor of law, was mentioned in the New York Times article, “Marriage and Minorities,” on August 2.
 

Ronald Weitzer, professor of sociology, commented on the Christian Science Monitor article, “Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro blames porn addiction. Credible?” on August 2.


Frank Sesno, director of the school of media and public affairs, was mentioned in the Washington Post article, “Dear CNN: Find a Female Media Critic,” on August 1.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, authored the Huffington Post article, “Texas Shows Congress Must Update the Voting Rights Act,” on August 1.


David Fontana, associate professor of law, co-authored the Huffington Post, “Another Arab Spring Moment That Matters,” on August 1.

James Foster, professor of economics and international affairs, wrote the Business Standard article, “Sen. and His Critics,” on August 1.


Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, president emeritus of the university, co-authored the Times Higher Education article “Decline and Fall of American Presidencies,” on August 1.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Reuters article, “As Egypt Turns Up Heat, Brothers Struggle for Strategy,” on August 1.

 

July 2013

 

Elias G. Carayannis, professor of information systems and technology management, was quoted in the Chronicle of Higher Education article, “Is Europe Passé?” on July 31.

Karen Felton, director of admissions, was mentioned in the Washington Post article, “The Common App and the Finish Line” on July 31.

Bradley Shear, part-time professor at the school of business, commented on the Washington Times article, “Back to the beginning: Facebook finally matches ambitious IPO,” on July 31.

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the LA Times article, “Spree of Jailbreaks Stirs Fear of New Al Qaeda Threat,” on July 31.

Sandy Baum, senior fellow in Graduate School of Education and Human Development, was quoted in the NBC News article, “Class System? When it Comes to School Aid, Rich Have the Edge,” on July 31. 

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed about the sentencing of Bradley Manning on WAMU-FM on July 30 (audio).

Orin Kerr, professor of law, was quoted in the New York Times article, “Warrantless Cellphone Tracking is Upheld,” on July 30. 

Allida Black, research professor of history and international affairs, was mentioned in the Politico article, “’Ready for Hillary’ Raises Over $1 Million,” on July 30.

Lance Price, professor of environmental and occupational health, and his research on anti-biotic resistant germs was featured in the New York Times article, “Tracing Germs Through the Aisles,” on July 30.

Sanjay Rupani, chief strategy officer of the business school, was mentioned in the China Daily article, “Zhongguancun and Washington, D.C. Assist in Enterprise Internationalization,” on July 29.

Scheherazade Rehman, professor of international business and international affairs, authored the US News & World Report article, “Can Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta Survive Italy’s Bad Economy?” on July 29.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Reuters article, “Egypt’s New Top General Stirs Echoes of Nasser,” on July 29. 

Neil Roach, research associate at the Anthropology department, was quoted in the Science Tech Today article, “Was the First Curveball Thrown Two Million Years Ago?” on July 28.

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, was the guest host on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” on July 28(video).

Gregg Brazinsky, associate professor of history and international affairs, was interviewed on C-SPAN about the 60th Anniversary of the Korean War Armistice on July 27 (video).

Christina Puchalski, director of The George Washington Institute for Spirituality & Health and professor of medicine, commented in the Dallas Morning News article, ”Praying with patients: A Dallas surgeon finds a way to put ministry into practice,” on July 27.

Naomi Cahn, Harold H. Greene Professor of Law, commented in the Time article, “States Seek A Way To Pass On Digital Accounts After You Die,” on July 27.

Sandy Baum, senior fellow at Graduate School of Education and Human Development, commented in the Associated Press article, “Incentives keep record number of University of Connecticut students in school for the summer,” on July 27.

Charles Craver, Freda H. Alverson Professor of Law, commented on the Associated Press article, “Detroit bankruptcy another setback for unions,” on July 27.

Arthur Wilmarth, professor of law, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article, “Summers Faces Hit on Potential Fed Nod Over His Wall Street Ties,” on July 27.

Lawrence Mitchell, professor of law, was quoted in the Huffington Post article, “How Big Finance Crushes Innovation and Holds Back Our Economy,” on July 26.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, commented in the LA Times article, “Obama administration seeks oversight of Texas voting laws, “on July 25.

Lindsey E. Malcom-Piqueux, assistant professor of higher education administration, commented in the Washington Post article, “KIPP builds college pipeline through written agreements,” on July 25.

Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and Research Professor of Urban Real Estate, spoke at the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce as featured in the Leesburg Today article, “State Of The Economy: DED Restructuring, Market Forces Shifting, “ on July 25.

Lisa Schenck, professorial lecturer in law and associate dean for academic affairs at GW Law School, commented in the Washington Post article, “In Bradley Maning case, Judge Lind prefers to keep low profile but ruling may have big impact,” on July 24th.

Gerard Gioia, Ph.D., professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and pediatrics, commented on the Minneapolis Star Tribune article, “Kids and sports: Play it safe,” on July 24.

Mike Mochizuki, associate dean for academic programs at the Elliott School of International Affairs and associate professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed by NPR on economic growth in Japan on July 24(audio in two parts: 12).

Steve Schooner, Nash/Cibinic Professor of Government Procurement Law, was interviewed by Federal News Radio about economic growth in Japan on July 24.  (audio in three parts: 123)

Orin Kerr, professor of law, commented on the U.S. News & World Report article, “House Adopts Drone-Restricting Amendment to Defense Appropriations Bill,” on July 24.

Steve Billett, associate professor of political management, commented on the Forbes article, “ Meet The PAC That's Already Mobilized Against Hillary Clinton For 2016” on July 24.

Research by Susan Dudley, professorial lecturer in public policy and public administration was featured in the FierceGovernment article, “Regulatory agencies unharmed by sequestration cuts,” on July 24. Also featured in a Science Daily article.

Nabil Mikhail, professor of political science, was interviewed by Press TV on the article, “Iraq can combat terrorism with extra effort,” on July 24.

Chris Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and Research Professor of Urban Real Estate, was interviewed about real estate in D.C. and walkable urbanism, WAMU-FM on July 22 (audio).

Ellen Zavian, an adjunct faculty member in the School of Business, was interviewed by FOX5 during its segment, “Penn State’s Failure,” on July 24 (video).

Sandy Baum, a senior fellow in the Graduate School of Education and Human Development, co-authored the article, “Learning Takes Time,” published by the Chronicle of Higher Education, on July 23.

Donald Clarke, professor of law, was quoted in the Washington Post article, “China Arrests Anti-corruption Activists Even As It Pledges to Oust Dishonest Officials,” on July 23.

Frank Sesno, director of SMPA, was mentioned in the Washington Post, “New York Times’s Brian Stelter to guest-host CNN’s ‘Reliable Sources’,” as being the next designated host of CNN's Reliable Sources,on July 23.

Orin Kerr, professor of law, was mentioned in the Washington Post article, “Reforming the FISA Court,” on July 23.

Amitai Etzioni, University Professor and professor of international affairs, wrote, “An Israeli-Palestinian Commonwealth?” published by the Huffington Post on July 23.

Susan Dudley, professorial lecturer in public policy and public administration, was quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch article, “Sequester Has Little Effect on Regulatory Spending,” on July 23.

Marc Lynch, associate professor of political science and international affairs and of media and public affairs, was quoted in the NPR article, “Which Nations Hate The U.S.? Often Those Receiving U.S. Aid,” on July 23.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote, “White people believe the justice system is color blind. Black people really don’t,” published by the Washington Post, on July 22.

Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics and international affairs, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article, “Growth Outlook Stuck in Neutral,” on July 21.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted in the Associated Press article, “Despite Outcry, Repeal of Stand Your Ground Laws in Fla. and Other States Not Likely,” on July 21.

A study from the Department of Health Policy about the financial cost of being overweight was mentioned on the “Financial Safari” portion of All News 106.7 (KPAM-AM), on July 21 (audio).

John Banzhaf, professor of law, was interviewed on WJR-AM about the George Zimmerman verdict, on July 20 (audio).

Bradley Shear, adjunct professor of sport management, was quoted on the New York Times’ article, “An Off-Season of Discontent in the N.F.L.,” on July 20.

John Logsdon, professor emeritus of political science and international relations in the Space Policy Institute, was quoted on the Examiner.com article, “Debate on NASA Space Exploration Involved Technology, Destinations and Money,” on July 20.

David Shinn, adjunct professor of international affairs, was interviewed by the Awramba Times about current events in Ethiopia, on July 20 (video).  

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in SMPA, was featured in a panel discussion of media coverage of counterterrorism at the Aspen Security Forum, on July 20 (video).

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was featured on the “Morning Edition” segment of NPR, testifying in the House about Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act, on July 19 (audio).

Gary Little, assistant professor of emergency medicine, was quoted on WNEW-FM, confirming an uptick in heat-related illnesses on July 19 (audio)

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was featured on PBS NewsHour, contributing to commentary on President Obama’s remarks about Trayvon Martin, on July 19 (video)

William Youmans, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was quoted on the Detroit News article, “Detroit Bankruptcy Headlines Circle the Globe,” on July 19.

Robert Cottrol, professor of law, history and sociology and the Harold Paul Green Research Professor of Law, was quoted in the Al Arabiya article, “George Zimmerman Case Brings Race, Discrimination in the U.S. to the Forefront,” on July 19.

Jason Osder, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was featured on the Filmmakermagzine.com article, “25 New Faces of Independent Film,” on July 18.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Huffington Post article, “Reality check for Egypt” on July 18. The article mentions comments by Brown that were made to the Christian Science Monitor.

Jason Osder, assistant professor of media and public affairs, and director of the film, “Let The Fire Burn,” a co-production of GW, was featured in the Indiewire.com article, “Exclusive: Zeitgeist Films Take US Rights To Powerful, Lauded Doc ‘Let The Fire Burn’,” on July 15. 

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch article, “White House Says Health Law Will Hold Down Insurance Prices in 2014,” on July 18.

Marc Lynch, associate professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Huffington Post article, “Good Coups, Bad Coups and Double Standards,” on July 18.

Michael Kaplen, professorial lecturer in law, wrote the Huffington Post article, “A Mediated Settlement May Not Be the Best Solution to the NFL Concussion Crisis,” on July 18.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was mentioned in the Salon article, “Bad Omens for the House Voting Rights Hearing,” on July 18.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was quoted in the Christian Science Monitor article, “Should Congress Restore Key Part of Voting Rights Act? House Hears Both Sides,” on July 18.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, was quoted in the Newsmax article, “Rep. Peter King Mulls 2016 Presidential Bid,” on July 17.

Candice Chen, assistant research professor, was mentioned in the Washington Monthly article, “Primary Care Running on Empty,” on July 17.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, was interviewed on the WHYY “Radio Times” segment, “Is This Business as Usual or is There Something Wrong With the Way Congress Works?” on July 17 (audio clip in six parts: 123456).

Nabil Mikhail, adjunct professor of political science, was interviewed on Aljazeera English about freedom of expression in Russia on July 17 (video clip in three parts: 123).

Amitai Etzioni, University Professor and professor of international affairs, wrote the Huffington Post article, “Unorthodox Questions About Leaks,” on July 17. 

David Shinn, adjunct professor of international affairs, was quoted in the Miami Herald article, “China’s ‘Combat Troops’ in Africa,” on July 17. 

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, was quoted in the Washington Post article, “Obama’s Last Campaign: Inside the White House Plan to Sell Obamacare,” on July 17.

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, was quoted in the Washington Post article, “The Senate Might Go Nuclear Today. Here’s Everything You Need to Know...” on July 16.

Scott Kahan, director of GW STOP Obesity Alliance, was quoted in the USA Today article, “Experts Suggest Modified Activities for Obese Boy Scouts,” on July 16.

Richard Pierce, Lyle T. Alverson Professor of Law, was mentioned in the Huffington Post article, “Finding Common Ground: A Path Forward for the FCC,” on July 16.

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, “The Filibuster Charade,” on July 16.

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice, was quoted in the Hill article, “Obama Hands Out Top Ambassador Posts to 19 Big Campaign Donors,” on July 16.

Robert Dove, chair of congressional studies at the Graduate School of Political Management, was interviewed on MSNBC about changing the rules for a Senate filibuster, on July 15 (video).


John Banzhaf, professor of law, was interviewed on WUSA about the acquittal of George Zimmerman, on July 15 (video).

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed on PBS NewsHour about the acquittal of George Zimmerman, on July 15 (video clip in three parts: 123).

Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was quoted in the International Business Times article, “NSA Controversy: The Supreme Court Case That Could Determine The Fate Of NSA Surveillance,” on July 15.

A proposal by Stephen Crawford, research professor, was mentioned in the Bloomberg Businessweek article, “Four Intriguing Proposals to Fix Student Loans,” on July 15.

Michael Compton, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, was quoted in the Savannah Morning News article, “Mental Illness Project a Success,” on July 15.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in an Associated Press article which was picked up by the Washington Post entitled, “Broad Coalition Sues Feds to Halt Electronic Surveillance by National Security Agency,” on July 15. The article also appeared in the Miami Herald and Houston Chronicle.

Mark Feldstein, adjunct professor in School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed on “The John Batchelor Show,” about his book, “Poisoning the Press: Richard Nixon, Jack Anderson, and the Rise of Washington’s Scandal Culture,” on July 14 (audio clip in three parts: 123).

Michael Compton, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, was quoted on the Savannah Morning News article, “Mental Illness Project a Success,” on July 15. 

John Banzhaf, professor of law, appeared on Fox News’ “Stossel,” on July 14th(video clip in three parts: 123).

Jonathan Turley,J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro professor of public interest law, was quoted on the National Review article, “Injudicious Criminal Justice in Florida,” on July 14.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Sharpiro professor of public interest law, was quoted on the LA Times article, “Zimmerman Verdict: Legal Experts Say Prosecutors Overreached,” on July 14.

Danny Hayes, assistant professor of political science authored the Washington Post article, 7/14. 

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, wrote the USA Today article, “Why Was Zimmerman Overcharged?” on July 14.

Scott Sklar, adjunct professor in the College of Professional Studies, was quoted on the Lancaster Eagle, “Coal Industry on Edge as White House Moves to Curb Emissions,” on July 14.

Naomi Cahn, Harold H. Greene Professor of Law, wrote the LA times article, “Leveling the Field for Human Egg Donors,” on July 13.

Neal Barnard, adjunct associate professor of medicine, wrote the Boston Herald article, “An apple a day keeps Alzheimer’s woes away?,” on July 13.

Harold Frazier, professor of urology, was interviewed about concerns raised by new fish oil studies on WTOP on July 12 (audio).

Daniel Gordon, associate dean of procurement law, was quoted on the Federal News Radio online story, “GSA close to releasing final RFP for Oasis,” on July 12.

Robert Dove, chair of congressional studies in GSPM, spoke at a Heritage Foundation forum on Senate filibuster rules on CSPAN on July 12 (video).

Neil Roach, research associate, was quoted about his research on how humans throw on the Washingtonian article, “How to Throw Like Stephen Strasburg,” on July 11. 

Michael Kaplen was mentioned as teaching a brain injury law course on the USA Today article, “Judge Orders Mediation on NFL Concussion Suits,” on July 11.

Michael Irwig, assistant professor of medicine, was quoted on the NBC article, “The News4 I-Team: Low T,” on July 11.

Richard Pierce, Lyle T. Alverson professor of law, was mentioned on The Hill article,” Walden Renews Push to Overhaul FCC Rules,” on July 11.

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed about the U.S. government’s next moves in Egypt “The Takeaway with John Hockenberry,” on July 10 (audio).

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article, “Egypt Prosecutors Order Arrests of Islamist Leaders,” on July 10.

Henry Farrell, associate professor of political science and international affairs, wrote the Foreign Affairs article,” Senseless Spying,” on July 10.

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, moderated an Aspen Ideas Festival discussion on the role of journalists in the age of Wikileaks and Edward Snowden on NPR on July 10 (audio clip in six parts: 123456).

Jennifer Tobkin, Arabic language specialist, provided a translation for the Washington Post article, “The State Department’s Arabic Outreach Team Spoofed an Al-Qaeda Video,” on July 9.

Research by Sara Wilensky, special service faculty for undergraduate education, and Elizabeth Gray, research associate, was featured on the Politico article, “Study: Some on Medicaid Lose Out Under Obamacare,” on July 9.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted on the Reuters article,” Egypt Showered with Gulf Billions in Show of Support for Army,” on July 9.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted on the Time article, “Egypt’s Way Forward: New Transition Plan Draws Immediate Fire, “ on July 9.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted on the Reuters article, “Rows Over Egypt's Constitutional Decree Signal Hurdles Ahead,” on July 9.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted on the Boston Globe article,” Egypt's Leaders Face Widespread Criticism for Transition Plan”, on July 9.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, was quoted on the Reuters article, “White House Trims Economic Forecast Ahead of Congress Budget Battle,” on July 9.

Sherry Molock, associate professor of psychology, was quoted in a Washington Post article “Therapists Say African Americans Are Increasingly Seeking Help for Mental Illness,” on July 9.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted on the New York Times article,” Egypt Leaders’ Transition Plan Meets With Swift Criticism,” on July 9.

Larry Cook, professorial lecturer of photography, was mentioned on the Baltimore Sun article,” Walters Art Museum Showcases 2013 Sondheim Artscape Prize Finalists,” on July 8.

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, was mentioned as the new Constitution Center president on the Philadelphia Inquirer article,” New leader, Historical Focus for Constitution Center,” on July 8.

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, president emeritus and university professor of public service, was quoted on the Toledo Blade article, “Ohio State, Michigan seek presidents,” on July 7.

Annamaria Lusardi, professor of accountancy and of economics, was quoted on the USA Today article, “Next-gen finance wizards stick to what they know,” on July 7.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed about the situation in Egypt on the “Weekend Edition” on NPR, on July 7 (audio).

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed about the situation in Egypt on Aljazeera English on July 7 (video clip in three parts: 123)

Sarah Binder, professor of political science, was quoted on The New York Times article,”In Congress, Gridlock and Harsh Consequences" on July 7.

Annamaria Lusardi, professor of accountancy and of economics, was quoted on the USA Today article,"Next-gen finance wizards stick to what they know," on July 7.

Celeste Monforton, senior research associate in the School of Public Health and Health Services, was quoted in the Courier-Journal article, "Agency delays regulations to reduce coal miners’ exposure to coal dust," on July 6.

Joan Schaffner, associate professor of law, was quoted on the New York Times article, “PETA Finds Itself on Receiving End of Others’ Anger,” on July 6.

Daniel Solove, professor of law, was quoted on the NBC News article, “Privacy vs. security: “False choice” poisons debate on NSA leaks” on July 6.

The Chicago Sun-Times article, "Teen tells story of fallen soldier who fought in Normandy Invasion," mentioned a seminar taught by GW professors on July 6.

Joan Schaffner, associate professor of law, was quoted in the New York Times article, " PETA Finds Itself on Receiving End of Others’ Anger," on July 6.

Daniel Solove, professor of law, was quoted on the NBC News article,"Privacy vs. security: “False choice” poisons debate on NSA leaks," on July 6.

Celeste Monforton, senior research associate in the School of Public Health and Health Services, was quoted in the Courier-Journal article,” Agency delays regulations to reduce coal miners’ exposure to coal dust,” on July 6.

Seminars taught by GW professors were mentioned on the Chicago Sun-Times article, “Teen tells story of fallen soldier who fought in Normandy Invasion,” on July 6.

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in the school of media and public affairs, was asked whether the U.S. should suspend aid to Egypt on MSNBC, on July 6 (video).

Mike Mochizuki, Japan-U.S. Relations associate professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted on the Japan Times article, “U.S. hoping Upper House poll puts end to political instability,” on July 6.

Robert Shesser, professor of  emergency medicine, was quoted on the WTOP article, “Heat, anti-inflammatory drugs are dangerous mix, by Paula Wolfson,” on July 5

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy and chair of the Department of Health Policy, was quoted on the Washington Post article, “Health insurance marketplaces will not be required to verify consumer claims,” on July 5.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was quoted in the Time article, “States Eye Voting Obstacles in Wake of High-Court Ruling,” on July 5.

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law wrote the Washington Post article, “How to make the Patriot Act more patriotic,” on July 5.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed about Egypt’s new president on CNN International on July 5 (video)

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted on the Christian Science Monitor article “Can Egypt’s popular coup reset a faltering transition?” on July 5.

Marc Lynch, director of the Institute for Middle East Studies and associate professor of political science and international affairs, was asked whether Egypt’s president was ousted in a coup on “The World,’’ on Public Radio International on July 5 (audio).

Jerome Paulson, professor of pediatrics, was interviewed on WAMC on July 5 (link).

Michael Compton, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, was mentioned in the Savannah Morning News article, “Opening Doors to Recovery Project report due Tuesday,” on July 5.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted on the Roll Call article “Obama Skips Past Congress Again With Health Mandate Delay,” on July 5.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted on the NBC article, “New Egyptian leader is longtime jurist described as ‘genial but unknown,’” on July 4.

 Marc Lynch, director of the Institute for Middle East Studies and associate professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the New York Times article, “A Coup? Or Something Else? $1.5 Billion in U.S. Aid Is on the Line,” on July 4.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs wrote the Foreign Affairs article, “Redoing the Egyptian Revolution,” on July 3.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, commented in the New York Times article, “New Leader May Only Be Figurehead, Experts Say,” on July 3.

David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs, commented on the Wall Street Journal article, “The Ambivalent Would-Be Hegemon”, on July 3. 

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, commented in the LA times article, “Lessons for Egypt, and the U.S., in Morsi's ouster,” on July 3.

David Rehr, part-time faculty member at the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the Huffington Post article, “GSPM FULL SPECTRUM: Picking Susan Rice -- Bad Political Choice,” on July 3.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the Huffington Post article,“Commit to Compromise this Fourth of July” on July 3.

Elizabeth Kitsos-Kang, professorial lecturer in theatre and dance, commented in the Arlington Magazine article ,Handle With Care,” on the July/August 2013 issue.

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy and chair of the Department of Health Policy, was mentioned on CNBC about a delay in implementing part of the health care law on July 3 (video).

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice at the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed about new diplomatic fallout in the Edward Snowden case on PBS on July 3 (video clip in two parts: 12).

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice at the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed about the ouster of Egypt’s president on Current TV on July 3 (video clip in two parts: 12).

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice at the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed about efforts to apprehend Edward Snowden on the “The Rachel Maddow Show,”  on MSNBC on July 3 (video clip in two parts: 12).

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, in a discussion about the rise of the fourth branch of government on KOH-AM Reno on July 3 (audio).

Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy and chair of the Department of Health Policy. Commented on the New York Times article “Crucial Rule Is Delayed a Year for Obama’s Health Law,” on July 3.

David Shinn, part-time faculty member at the Elliott School, commented in the Associated Press article, “In Ethiopia, the massive Nile River dam project is compared to the story of Hoover Dam,” on July 3.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, commented in the Reuters article, “Mursi role at Syria rally seen as tipping point for Egypt army,” on July 2.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, commented in the CNN article, “Paula Deen invokes same-sex marriage ruling in lawsuit defense,” July 2.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, commented on the Sacramento Bee article, “Hints surface that NSA building massive, pervasive surveillance capability,” on July 2.

Andrew Zimmerman, professor of history, wrote the New York Times debate article, “A Victory for Marx and Other Radicals” on July 2.

Gregory D. Squires, professor of sociology and public policy and public administration wrote the Huffington Post article, “Fair Housing Policy Matters,” on July 2.

Peter Fenn, part-time professor at the graduate school of political management wrote the US News & World Report article, “LBJ's Voting Rights Message Still Resonates,” on July 2.

P.J. Crowley, professor of practice at the school of media and public affairs, was interviewed about Edward Snowden on “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell” on MSNBC on July 1 (video).

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, was featured on “Planet Forward” on Bloomberg West on July 1 (video).

P. J. Crowley, professor of practice at the School of Media and Public Affairs, was interviewed about claims that the U.S. spied on the E.U on Aljazeera English on June 1 (video clip in three parts:123).

Marc Lynch, director of the Institute for Middle East Studies and associate professor of political science and international affairs, discussed Qatar’s influence on “On Point” on NPR on June 1 (audio clip in two parts: 1,2).

On July 1, several media outlets covered a study by Melissa Napolitano, associate professor of prevention and community health that found that virtual avatars can assist the overweight in losing weight. Selected coverage included:

Sara Wilensky, special services faculty for undergraduate education in the School of Public Health and Health Services, was quoted in the Bloomberg article, "Twist in U.S. Health Law May Create Two-Tiered Medicaid," on July 8.

Research by Melissa Napolitano, associate professor of prevention and community health, was featured in the Business Standard article, “ Avatar-based videos could help lose weight,” on July 1.

Richard Grinker, professor of anthropology and international affairs, commented on the New York Times article “Working to Combat the Stigma of Autism” on July 1.
 

June 2013

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post blog, “Race and voting after the Voting Rights Act: What you need to know,” on June 30.

Steven Roberts, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs, appeared on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” on June 30 (Video in 4 parts:1,2,3,4).

Marc Lynch, director of the Institute for Middle East Studies and associate professor of political science and international affairs, spoke at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy forum on U.S. policy toward Syria on June 29 (video clip in eight parts:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8).

 P.J. Crowley, professor of practice in SMPA, was interviewed about Edward Snowden’s options on MSNBC on June 29 (video).

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed about an appeal of the Supreme Court’s ruling on Proposition 8 on CBS News on June 29 (audio).

Robert Brauneis, professor of law, was quoted in the USA Today article, “Who really wrote the “Happy Birthday” song?” on June 29.                                                                                                  

Kym Rice, assistant professor of museum studies, was quoted on the Baltimore Sun article, “Ashe to Amen,” on June 29.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the New York Times article, “Egypt, Its Streets a Tinderbox, Braces For a Spark,” on June 29.

Steve Ross Professorial Fellow and professor of international business and international affairs, was quoted in the U.S. News & World Report article,“EU Crisis: Forgotten but Not Gone” on June 28.

Ira Lupu, F. Elwood and Eleanor Davis Professor Emeritus of Law in Residence, was interviewed about wedding wendors that refuse gay customers on NPR on June 28th (Wedding Vendors That Refuse Gay Customers Often Lose In Court).

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, was quoted on the NPR online article, “Explaining Justice Kennedy: The Dignity Factor,” on June 28th.

Danny Hayes, assistant professor of political science, was mentioned in the Politico article, "Poll: Sexes fare equally on looks, electability," on June 28.

Maryann Mazer-Amirshahi, adjunct instructor in pediatrics was quoted in the Chicago Tribune article, "New labels tied to fewer child poisonings," on June 28.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in The Guardian article, "American killed in Egyptian clashes as Brotherhood offices attacked," on June 28.

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management wrote the Huffington Post article, "Ms. Davis Comes to Austin," on June 28.

John Banzhaf, professor of law, was quoted in the Reuters article, "Factbox: Snowden: A Tale of Security Lapses and Other U.S. Errors," on June 27.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Reuters article, "Analysis: Egypt Prepares Leap in the Dark. Again," on June 27.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was interviewed about the Supreme Court’s decisions on same-sex marriage and voting rights on Aljazeera English on June 27 (video clip in three parts: 123).

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, was interviewed about the Supreme Court term that just ended on The Takeaway with John Hockenberry on WNYC-FM, New York on June 27 (audio).

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed about the situation in Egypt one year after President Morsi was sworn in on NPR on June 27 (audio).

On June 26, major media outlets worldwide covered a study, on the cover of Nature, by Neil Roach, postdoctoral researcher in the Center for the Advanced Study of Hominid Paleobiology, about the evolution of humans’ unique ability to throw fast and accurately. Selected coverage included:

Annamaria Lusardi, Denit Trust Distinguished Scholar in Economics and Accountancy, was quoted in the CNBC article, "Meet the Next Generation of Finance Whizzes," on June 26.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Abu Ghraib Case Against CACI Dismissed," on June 26.

Alan Morrison, professorial lecturer in law, was interviewed about the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage rulings on WTTG, Washington on June 26 (video).

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed about the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage rulings on CNN on June 26 (video clip in four parts: 1, 234).

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed about the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act on WBZ-AM, Boston on June 26 (video).

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed about the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage rulings on BBC World News America on June 26 (video).

John M. Logsdon, professor emeritus of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the China Daily article, "It's Time the US and China Try a Little Space Diplomacy," on June 26.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, said the Supreme Court justices are aware of the history they will make with their same-sex marriage rulings on WRC, Washington on June 26 (video).

Christina Ayiotis, professorial lecturer in the Department of Computer Science, was interviewed about cybersecurity on WTOP2, Washington on June 26 (audio).

Jason Osder, assistant professor of media and public affairs, was featured in the NPR article, "'Let The Fire Burn': A Philadelphia Community Forever Changed" on June 25. 

Stephen Saltzburg, Wallace and Beverley Woodbury University Professor of Law, was quoted in the Reuters article, "WikiLeaks Soldier’s Court Martial Wrestles Online Evidence Rules," on June 25.

Spencer Overton, law professor, wrote the Huffington Post blog, "How to Update the Voting Rights Act," on June 25.

Spencer Overton, law professor, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Here’s How Congress Could Fix the Voting Rights Act," on June 25.

Spencer Overton, law professor, was quoted in the Huffington Post story, "Supreme Court Voting Rights Decision: The Civil War Is Over, And A New War Begins," on June 25.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the Chicago Tribune editorial, "If the U.S. nabs Edward Snowden…," on June 25.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the CNN article, "4 Options for the U.S. to Get Snowden Back," on June 25.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, commented on the Supreme Court’s voting rights ruling on “Tell Me More" on NPR on June 25 (audio clip in two parts: 12).

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, commented on the Supreme Court’s voting rights ruling on “The Diane Rehm Show” on NPR on June 25 (audio clip in six parts: 123456).

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, commented on the Supreme Court’s voting rights ruling on CNN on June 25 (video).

Sandy Baum, senior fellow in GSEHD, spoke at American Enterprise Institute forum on student financial aid on CSPAN2 on June 25 (video clip in eight parts: 12, 345678).

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the Time article, "In Narrow Decision, Supreme Court Sets High Bar For Race-Based Affirmative Action," on June 24.

Todd Miller, associate professor of exercise science, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Navratilova and Others Discuss Staying Fit and Healthy at Age 20 vs. Age 60," on June 24.

Marc Lynch, associate professor of political science and international affairs, wrote the Foreign Affairs article, "The Truth About the Arab Street," on June 24.

Steve Saltzburg, Wallace and Beverley Woodbury University Professor of Law, was quoted in the Associated Press article, "Send Him Back: U.S. Urges Nations to Return Snowden," on June 24.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, wrote the USA Today article, "Snowden's Russia Chase Reveals Double Standard: Column," on June 24.

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, debates affirmative action in the The Philadelphia Inquirer article, "Town Hall Debate: Conservative v. Liberal on Affirmative Action Decision," on June 24.

Annamaria Lusardi, Denit Trust Distinguished Scholar in Economics and Accountancy, was quoted in the HealthDay article, "Could Poor Math Skills Raise Your Risk for Foreclosure?," on June 24.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the U.S. News & World Report article, "Polyamory Advocate: Gay Marriage 'Blazing the Marriage Equality Trail,’" on June 24.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted in the CNN article, "Why Would Snowden Head for Ecuador?," on June 24.

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, discussed the Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action on “The Diane Rehm Show,” NPR, on June 24 (audio clip in six parts: 123456).

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, reacted to the Supreme Court’s affirmative action ruling on MSNBC's “PoliticsNation With Al Sharpton,” MSNBC, on June 24.

Frank Sesno, director of SMPA, was featured on a Planet Forward Segment on Bloomberg West on June 24.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed about efforts to extradite the NSA leaker on CNN International on June 23 (video).

Lone Simonsen, research professor in the School of Public Health and Health Services, was mentioned for an editorial in the Bloomberg Businessweek article, "New Bird Flu Is Less Deadly Than Previously Thought," on June 23.

Danny Hayes, assistant professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "Voters Don’t Care How Women in Politics Look" on June 23.

Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, was quoted in the Reuters article, "Egyptian Army Steps in to Demand Political Truce," on June 23.

Mauricio Moura, visiting scholar, was interviewed about the protests in Brazil on NPR on June 21 (audio).

Dan Solove, John Marshall Harlan research professor of law, was quoted in the NBC News segement,"Lawyers Eye NSA Data as Treasure Trove for Evidence in Murder, Divorce Cases," on June 20.

Peter Fenn, adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the US News and World Report article, "Boehner in a Box," on  June 20.

Amitai Etzinoi, professor of international affairs wrote The Huffington Post article, "The Libertarian Alamo," on  June 20.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro professor of public interest law, was quoted in the US News & World Report article, "President Obama’s Scandals Reveal a Democracy in Crisis," on June 19.

P.J. Crowley, research professor of media and public affairs, was quoted in The Huffington Post article, "Obama, Putin Tensions Signal Tough Times for U.S.-Russian Relations," on June 19.

Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit distinguished scholar and research professor of urban real estate, was quoted in the Newsday article "LI Needs More walkable Urban Space,” on June 19.

Michael Irwig, assistant professor of medicine, and his research on the anti-baldness drug Propecia and alcohol consumption was mentioned on "The Rush Limbaugh Show" on June 18.

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed about Taliban-Afghan peace talks on PRI’s “The World,” on June 18.

Stephen Biddle, professor of political science and international affairs, was interviewed on NPR's "Talk of the Nation" on June 18.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote The Huffington Post article, "Obama Hands Putin Victory at G-8 Summit," on June 18.

Nina Gilden Seavey, director of the GW Documentary Center, was quoted in The Washington Post article, "Sky Sitney Keeps AFI Docs an Even Keel" on June 18.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was quoted in the MSNBC article,"Did Scalia Add “Virus” to Arizona Voting Opinion?," on June 18.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro professor of public interest law, was quoted in the Bloomberg article "NSA Surveillance Leaks Startle Privacy Board Back to Life" on June 17.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, was interviewed about the Supreme Court ruling that struck down Arizona’s voter registration law on CNN’s “OutFront" on June 17.

Robert Brauneis, professor of law, and his research on the Happy Birthday copyright were mentioned on KABC-AM, Los Angeles, on June 17.

Spencer Overton, professor of law, wrote the Huffington Post article "Scalia’s 'Voter Access' Case" on June 17.

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, president emeritus of the university, was quoted in The New York Times article, ""NYU Gives Its Stars Loans for the Summer," on June 17.

Candace Chen, assistant research professor in the School of Public Health and Health Services, wass quoted in the FoxNews.com article, "Number of New Primary Care Physicians in U.S. 'Abysmally Low,'" June,17.

Murhaf Jouejati, professor of middle east studies, was quoted in The Washington Times article, "U.S. Leadership on Syria Brings Long-Awaited Relief to Group of Eight Allies," on June 16.

Michael Irwig, assistant professor of medicine, was quoted on the CBS.com article, "Study: Male Pattern Baldness Drug May Lower Alcohol Tolerance," on June 16.

Frank Sesno, director of SMPA, was quoted in The Associated Press article "Morning Show Is Latest CNN Change Under Zucker," on June 15.

Christopher Arterton, professor of political management, was quoted in the AFP article, "An unlikely US political alliance demands transparency," on June 15.

Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, was quoted in the Voice of America article, "US Experts Call for Debate on National Security, Civil Liberties" on June 15.

Steven Schooner, Nash/Cibinic Professor of Government Procurement Law, was quoted in the NBC News article, "Growth of intel outsourcing no secret, but Congress now taking notice," on June 15.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the Huffington Post article, "Syria Presents Tough Sales Job for Obama," on June 14.

Timothy McCaffrey, professor of medicine, was interviewed for the Washington Post article, "Supreme Court rules human genes may not be patented," on June 13.

Frank Sesno, director of SMPA, was interviewed for the New York Times article, "Venerable Format of ‘NewsHour’ Struggles With New Era of Media," on June 13.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed for the POLITICO article, "Experts: 'Treason' a tough sell in Edward Snowden case," on June 13.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed for the Los Angeles Times article, "NSA surveillance disclosure could affect court cases," on June 13.

Robert Brauneis, professor of law, was interviewed for the Wall Street Journal article, "A Bitter Dispute Over ‘Happy Birthday to You,’" on June 13.

Robert Brauneis, professor of law, was interviewed for the Reuters article, "'Happy Birthday to You' belongs to us all, lawsuit says," on June 13.

Robert Brauneis, professor of law, was interviewed for the New York Times article, "Birthday Song’s Copyright Leads to a Lawsuit for the Ages," on June 13.

A study by Michael Irwig, assistant professor of medicine, was featured in the U.S. News & World Report article, "Baldness Drug Propecia May Put Some Men Off Alcohol: Study," on June 13.

Daniel Solove, professor of law, wrote the Washington Post article, "Five myths about privacy," on June 13.

Jason Osder, assistant professor of media and public affairs, discussed social impact filmmaking on “The Kojo Nnamdi Show,” WAMU-FM, Washington, June 13.  Audio clip in 123 parts.

Loretta DiPietro, professor of exercise science, was interviewed about her research on alking after meals to reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes. “The Joan Hamburg Show,” WOR-AM, New York, June 13.

Robert Blitzer, HSPI senior fellow, was interviewed for the  Boston Globe article, "Lawmakers miss briefings on intelligence," on June 13.

Sandy Baum, fellow at GSEHD, was interviewed for the New York Times article, "Data Reveal a Rise in College Degrees Among Americans," on June 12. 

Peter Fenn, part-time faculty member at GSPM, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "The Cozy NSA-Telecom Surveillance Relationship Has Gone on Too Long," on June 12.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, is mentioned in the Washington Post op-ed, "Lego figures are getting angrier, according to science," on June 12.

Media outlets nationwide covered research by Loretta DiPietro, professor of exercise science, on how walking after meals can lower risk of Type 2 diabetes. Coverage includes:

Short walks after meals may help lower risk of Type 2 diabetes, CBS News on June 12

Walking after meals may reduce diabetes risk, Fox News on June 12

Worried about type 2 diabetes? Walk after every meal, USA Today on June 12

WVIT (NBC), Hartford-New Haven, Conn., on June 12 (video)

CBS News health report on WCTV, Tallahassee, Fla., on June 12 (video)

WHAM (ABC), Rochester, N.Y., on June 12 (video)

WSFX (Fox), Wilmington, N.C., on June 12 (video)

WNEW-FM, Washington, on June 12 (audio)

Orin Kerr, professor of law and Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was interviewed about the difficulties lawmakers face in the national security arena. NPR on June 12.

Bradley Shear, part-time professor at GWSB, was interviewed for the Forbes article, "Why Twitter Disclaimers Like 'Views Are My Own' Won't Save Your Job," on June 11.

Neal Barnard, M.D., adjunct associate professor of medicine, commented on ways to improve memory in the Huffington Post slideshow, "Improve Your Memory in 6 Easy Steps," on June 11.

Gerard Gioia, Ph.D., associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, was interviewed for the  USA Today article, "Kids With Previous Concussions Take Longer to Recover," on June 10. 

William Gaillard, M.D., professor of neurology and pediatrics, provided comment for the NPR segment, "With Epilepsy Treatment, the Goal is to Keep Kids Seizure-free," on June 10.

Dr. Raymond Sze, professor of radiology and pediatrics, provided comment for the MSN.com article, "Multiple CT scans in kids linked to later cancer risk," on June 10.
Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, was interviewed on the Colbert Report about National Security Agency surveillance and the 4th Amendment on June 11.

Daniel Solove, professor of law, was mentioned in the New York Times article, "Surveillance: A Threat to Democracy," on June 11.

Mark Kennedy, director of GSPM, was interviewed for the Huffington Post article, "Macro Must Trump Micro for Republicans on Immigration," on June 11.

Mark Kennedy, director of GSPM, wrote the Huffington Post article, "Can Lightning Strike Twice in Massachusetts?," on June 11.

Orin Kerr, professor of law, provided comment for the NPR segment, "What Did Congress Really Know About NSA Tracking?," on June 11.

David Fontana, associate professor of law, was interviewed for the The Daily Beast article, "A Small Right-Wing Conspiracy: The Federalist Society," on June 11.

Comments by John Banzhaf, professor of law, were mentioned in The Atlantic article, "Congressmen, Former FCC Officials Ask Agency to Punish Use of ‘Redskins’ on Air," on June 11.

Susan Wood, associate professor of health policy and of environmental and occupational health, was interviewed on the Obama administration’s decision to drop its opposition to over-the-counter sales of Plan B on “The Takeaway with John Hockenberry,” on June 11.

Kimberly Horn, professor of prevention and community health, was interviewed on HHS Healthbeat on WTOP2, Washington, on June 11.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed about Edward Snowden on “Here & Now,” NPR on June 11.

Leighton Ku, professor of health policy, was interviewed for Washington Examiner article, "No sticker shock from early peek at D.C.'s insurance exchanges," on June 10.

A GSPM survey by David Rehr, part-time GSPM professor, was featured in the POLITICO article, "Hill staffers: Businesses trustworthy," on June 10. 

Steven Schooner, Nash/Cibinic Professor of Government Procurement Law, was interviewed for the Washington Post article, "NSA leaks put focus on intelligence apparatus’s reliance on outside contractors," on June 10.

Scheherazade Rehman, Steve Ross Professorial Fellow and professor of international business and international affairs, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "Erdogan’s Fire and Brimstone," on June 10.

Leighton Ku, professor of health policy, was interviewed for the Huffington Post article, "A Rare Bipartisan Idea to Improve Medicaid and Save Money," on June 10.

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, discussed government surveillance, technology and the Constitution on “Radio Times,” WHYY-FM, Philadelphia on June 10. Audio clip in 123456 parts.

Amitai Etzioni, University Professor and professor of international affairs, was interviewed for The Telegram article, "Domestic spying cuts very deep," on June 10.

Lynn Goldman, dean of SPHHS, was interviewed for the Washington Post KidsPost article, "Caffeine in snack foods causes concern," on June 10.

Danny Hayes, assistant professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "Air polluters like to send their emissions across state lines," on June 9.

Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and research professor of urban real estate, was interviewed for the Washington Examiner article, "Capital Bikeshare becoming an economic development tool," on June 9.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was referenced in the Statesman Journal article, "Saunders: Hard to trust Obama’s assurances about surveillance," on June 8.

Study done by Annamaria Lusadi, professor of economics and of accountancy, was referenced in the MarketWatch article, "10 things economists won’t tell you," on June 8.

David Rehr, adjunct professor in GSPM, discussed press freedom vs. national security for various CBS, Fox and ABC segments, “What America Thinks With Scott Rasmussen,” on June 8 and 9.

Marc Lynch, director of the Institute for Middle East Studies and associate professor of political science and international affairs, was referenced in The Guardian and Observer article, "Is the Middle East heading for a full-blown religious war?," on June 8.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed on “America Live with Megyn Kelly,” Fox News on June 7.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed on CNN on June 7. Video clip in 1parts.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was interviewed for the U.S. News & World Report article, "The Founding Fathers Rejected a System of Authoritarian Power," on June 7.

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, wrote the Washington Post article, "Five books on privacy," on June 7.

John Sides, associate professor of political science, was quoted for the Minnesota Public Radio segment, "United States of Outrage: NSA, IRS Overreach Sparks Bipartisan Ire," on June 7.

Mark Kennedy, director of GPSM and professor of political management, was interviewed for the CNN article, "Will cyber spying make U-S.-China summit awkward?," on June 7.

Daniel Solove, professor of law, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Key to government’s monitoring power lies in war, technology," on June 7.

Orin Kerr, professor  of law and Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was quoted in the Washington Post article, "Secrecy of surveillance programs blunts challenges about legality," on June 7.

A blog post by Marc Lynch, director of the Institute for Middle East Studies and associate professor of political science and international affairs, was included in the Reuters article, "Sermons on Syria fan Mideast sectarian flames," on June 7.

Orin Kerr, professor of law and Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was referenced in the Daily Beast article, "New Order in the Court," on June 7.

Elliott School Dean Michael Brown was interviewed for the Foreign Policy article, "Esther Brimmer exits State Department for ivory tower," on June 7.

Orin Kerr, professor of law and Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, was interviewed for the Salon article, "Liberals find common ground with … Scalia?," on June 6.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted for the CNN segment, "‘Shocking’ or ‘lawful?’ Patriot Act at center of Verizon phone log controversy," on June 6.

Scheherazade Rehman, professor of international business and international affairs, wrote the U.S. News & World Report article, "The View From Taksim Square: The Fight for Modern Turkey," on June 6.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, comments on the disclosure that the National Security Agency is collecting telephone records from Verizon in a BBC World Service report on NPR on 6/6.

Paul Kaplowtiz, M.D., professor of pediatrics, was interviewed for the USA Today article, "Scientists Find Gene Mutation That Spurs Early Puberty," on June 5.
 
Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, comments on the National Security Agency’s collection of Verizon phone records on CNN on 6/6. 
 
Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, is interviewed about the National Security Agency’s collection of Verizon phone records on NPR on 6/6. 

Sean O’Connor, visiting professor of law, is interviewed about patent trolling on KUOW-FM, Seattle on 6/6 (audio clip in 12 parts).

A book written by David Shambaugh, professor of political science and international affairs, was referenced in the Washington Post article China is not the world’s other superpower, on 6/5.

Mark Kennedy, director of the Graduate School of Political Management, wrote the Huffington Post article, "The 2016 Impact of Christie's Senate Election Decision" on 6/5.


Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, is interviewed in the Wall Street Journal article, "U.S. Collects Vast Data Trove" on 6/7.

Amitai Etzioni,  University Professor and professor of international affairs, wrote the CNN article, "The great privacy debate" on 6/5.


Orin Kerr, professor of law and Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, comments on the Supreme Court’s DNA ruling on NPR on 6/4 (audio).

Spencer Overton, professor of law, discusses the Supreme Court rulings still to come on affirmative action, voting rights and same-sex marriage on NPR on 6/4 (audio clip in 1, 2 parts)

Gayle Wald, professor of English and American studies, is interviewed about “racial passing” for a story about musician Little Julian Herrera. “Unfictional” on KCRW-FM, Los Angeles, 6/4 (audio clip in 123 parts)

John Sides, associate professor of political science, wrote the Washington Post article, "Republicans and Democrats can’t even agree on baby names" on 6/4.

Debora Goetz Goldberg, assistant research professor of health policy, is interviewed in the Reuters article, "Docs have trouble meeting electronic record goals" on 6/4.


Annamaria Lusardi, professor of accountancy and economics, is interviewed in the Today.com article, "America's grade for financial literacy: F" on 6/4.


Lisa Delpy Neirotti, associate professor of sport management, is interviewed in the USA Today article, "For Tiger, Nike winning trumps all" on 6/4. 


Peter Fenn, a part-time faculty member in GSPM, wrote the US News & World Report article, "Your DNA in a Database" on 6/4.


Matt Smith, a part-time faculty member in the Law School, is interviewed in the Forbes article, "Obama Takes Aim At Patent Trolls, But Will He Hit Any?" on 6/4.


Lynn Goldman, dean of the School of Public Health and Health Services and professor of environmental and occupational health, is interviewed for the Chicago Tribune article, "Caffeine and kids: A safe mix?" on 6/3.


John Powers, assistant clinical professor of medicine, is interviewed in the New York Times article, "Pressure Grows to Create Drugs for ‘Superbugs" on 6/2.


Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, is interviewed in the Reuters article, "Egypt's supreme court rules brotherhood-led upper house illegal" on 6/2.


Orin Kerr, professor of law and Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, is interviewed in the Wall Street Journal article, "Support Grows to Let Cybertheft Victims 'Hack Back" on 6/2.

William Kovacic, Global Competition Professor of Law and Policy, is mentioned in The Nation article, "Competition policy essential for fostering trade" on 6/2.

Jamie Cohen-Cole, assistant professor of American studies, is interviewed about the history of mental illness in America for the Backstory Radio on WAMU-FM, Washington story on 6/2 (audio).

Jeffrey Rosen, professor of law, is quoted in the NPR article, "Court Prepares to Write New Chapters in Civil Rights History" on 6/1.

Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, is referenced in the Christian Science Monitor article, "Justice Department scandal: Will Obama toss Eric Holder?" 6/1.

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