March 02, 2021

In the News

  1. November 19, 2014

    Sarah Clark, associate research scientist in pediatrics, says that three in four parents would consider taking their child out of day care if they found out other kids attending were not up-to-date on vaccinations.

    USA Today
  2. November 18, 2014

    Dr. Katherine Gold, assistant professor of family medicine, and obstetrics and gynecology, discussed the high homicide rate and other causes of death of pregnant women.

  3. November 18, 2014

    “In most cases, Toyota has been a fast-follower, not a leader. But when it comes to the environment, they’re seeking to play an aggressive leadership role,” said Jeffrey Liker, professor of industrial and operations engineering, regarding the Japanese automaker’s plans to produce a fuel-cell powered sedan.

  4. November 18, 2014

    Lynda Oswald, professor of business law, and Nicholas Howson, professor of law, spoke about what the millennia-old phrase “rule of law” means in China’s judicial reform push.

    South China Morning Post
  5. November 17, 2014

    “Why is there no Brown Ribbon campaign to combat cigarette smoking?” asked Kenneth Warner, Avedis Donabedian Distinguished University Professor of Public Health and professor of health management and policy, in a column that looks at ways of reducing cigarette addiction and deaths.

    The Atlantic
  6. November 17, 2014

    Research professor Matt Reed and his team at the U-M Transportation Research Institute are designing crash test dummies that better depict the way older bodies will respond in crashes.

    The Boston Globe
  7. November 17, 2014

    Barry Rabe, professor of public policy, was quoted in a story about what it will take to rein in emissions in light of the recent accord between the U.S. and China to address climate change.

    U.S. News & World Report
  8. November 16, 2014

    Han Kim, professor of finance, said shareholder activists, looking to maximize the value of their stocks, are a key force behind the national trend of corporate spinoffs.

    Detroit Free Press
  9. November 16, 2014

    Comments by Mary Gallagher, associate professor of political science and director of the Center for Chinese Studies, were featured in an article about the increase in labor strikes across industries and regions of China.

    China Economic Review
  10. November 16, 2014

    Kathryn Dominguez, professor of economics and public policy, was interviewed about how several big banks have illegally manipulated foreign exchange rates the past few years.