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Faculty in the News

  • Tom Plante


    Tom Plante

    January 7, 2022

    Tom Plante gives his opinion on the recent rise of adults acting like toddlers during this pandemic.

  • Religious Studies

    Elizabeth Drescher

    December 14, 2021

    Elizabeth Drescher was quoted in a story about the new most common answer to what someone's religious affiliation is: none.

  • Environmental Studies and Sciences

    CJ Gabbe

    November 26, 2021

    Research by C.J. Gabbe is referenced in an article about the cost of parking spaces.

  • Sociology

    Patrick Lopez-Aguado

    November 26, 2021

    Patrick Lopez-Aguado is quoted in NPR.

  • Anthropology

    Michelle Bezanson

    November 15, 2021

    In a discussion about why humans don't have tails, Michelle Bezanson weighs in on the pros and cons of tails themselves.

  • Communication

    Melissa Brown

    November 5, 2021

    Melissa Brown talks about cyberbullying and bystander intervention in a podcast episode.

  • Communication

    Laura Ellingson

    October 29, 2021

    Laura Ellingson wrote an opinion piece about the stigma against academic jargon.

  • Religious Studies

    Paul Schutz

    October 13, 2021

    Paul J. Schutz comments on how creation should be treasured.

  • Public Health

    Alice Villatoro

    October 6, 2021

    Alice Villatoro explains how people who face racial and ethnic discrimination have trouble reaching out for mental health care.

  • History

    Matthew Newsom Kerr

    October 5, 2021

    Matthew Newsom Kerr wrote a perspective piece in the Washington Post about the growing frustration with unvaccinated and antivax America.