Week of Aug. 31

September 1, 2015

The New York Times quoted Sara Rosenbaum, Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, in the article "Louisiana Lays Bare Difficulty in Push to Cut Planned Parenthood Funding," by Jackie Calmes.
New York Daily News quoted Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Program, in the article "Many of Donald Trump’s supporters also think Obama is a Muslim born outside the U.S., poll finds," by Celeste Katz.
Federal News Radio’s “In Depth with Francis Rose’’ spoke to Ron Marks, senior fellow in the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, about the Office of Personnel Management and Ashley Madison breaches.
In the Hill Arnold Haiman, professor in police and security studies, authored the article "Trump: Take a punch like a president."
American Bazaar mentioned Zakir Hussain and Hariharan will perform at GW's Lisner Auditorium in the article "Zakir Hussain and Hariharan to perform on September 4th in Washington, DC," by Jay Sood. 
The Associated Press quoted Stephen Saltzburg, Wallace and Beverley Woodbury University Professor of Law, in the article "Sex registry questioned after prep school grad's conviction," by Rik Stevens. 
Tampa Bay Times’ “Politifact” quoted Tara Sinclair, associate professor of economics, in the article "Donald Trump says U.S. has 93 million people 'out of work,' but that's way too high," by Louis Jacobson.
NPR’s “On Point” spoke to John Banzhaf, professor of law, about the legal definition of consent.  
Poynter mentioned John Sides, associate professor of political science, in the article "Behind a winning Trump tactic: feuding with the press," by James Warren. 
The Washington Post mentioned a Computational Biology Institute study of schizophrenia in the article "Unusual pattern of oral bacteria linked to schizophrenia, say two new studies," by Amy Ellis Nutt. 
CNN’s “Reliable Sources’’ spoke to Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs, about media coverage of the shooting of the Virginia journalists and Donald Trump.
WJLA-ABC 7’s “Government Matters’’ spoke to Amitai Etzioni, university professor and professor of international affairs, about privacy in a cyber age.
In The Washington Post, John Sides, associate professor of political science, authored the article “When Katrina evacuees moved to new places, people’s attitudes changed – for the worse.’’
In The New Yorker, Jane Shore, professor of English, authored the poem “Encyclopaedia Britannica.’’
Washington Post Express included GW in the article “Vote for Express’ Best of D.C. 2015: Sports.’’
CSPAN2 aired a discussion of the 2016 presidential campaign hosted by the GW School of Media and Public Affairs.
The Washington Post mentioned John Sides, associate professor of political science, in the article “What Hillary’s sinking poll numbers really mean, in one chart,” by Greg Sargent.
The New York Times quoted William E. Kovacic, professor of law, in the article “Google Antitrust Inquiries Spread Over Globe, With India the Latest Problem,” by Conor Dougherty and Mark Scott. 
USA Today quoted Monica Ruiz, assitant research professor, in the article “Study: Needle exchange policy prevented HIV”by Laura Ungar. 
Poynter quoted Danny Hayes, assistant professor of political science, in the article “Don’t expect real push for gun control as coverage of Virginia shootings quickly wanes,” by James Warren.