March 02, 2021

In the News

  1. November 10, 2014

    John Pottow, professor of law, said that despite a long history of mismanagment, Detroit has handled its bankruptcy with efficiency and pragmatism — thanks in large part to emergency manager Kevyn Orr.

    The Economist
  2. November 10, 2014

    Jerry Davis, professor of management and organizations and sociology, and Erik Gordon, clinical assistant professor of business and law, were quoted in a story about the possibility that Compuware executives would get millions in golden parachutes if a company buyer fires them.

    Detroit Free Press
  3. November 9, 2014

    June Howard, professor of American culture and English language and literature, was quoted in an article about the American Studies Association’s academic boycott of Israel.

    Inside Higher Education
  4. November 9, 2014

    An opinion piece by Dr. Sanjay Saint and Dr. Scott Flanders, both professors of internal medicine, presents ways that doctors can curb overprescribing antibiotics to patients.

    Detroit Free Press
  5. November 9, 2014

    “There’s this predominant idea in the West that things are created somewhere in a glossy, fancy design studio in Silicon Valley, and then the designs are shipped over and it’s just executed in China. A lot of redesigning and collaborative design processes happen with the manufacturer, happen on the factory floor,” said Silvia Lindtner, assistant professor of information.

    The Huffington Post
  6. November 6, 2014

    Comments by Steven Broglio, associate professor of kinesiology and director of the NeuroSport Research Laboratory, were featured in a story about a sideline robot that helps trainers spot football concussions.

    National Public Radio
  7. November 6, 2014

    Charles Severance, clinical associate professor of information, was quoted about the controversy surrounding the use of secret cameras to study classroom attendance at Harvard University.

    Chronicle of Higher Education
  8. November 6, 2014

    A study by Scott Greer, associate professor of health management and policy, found that employers don’t actually profit much from proactively spending to improve workers’ health — because workers can easily take their good health to a competing employer.

    Los Angeles Times
  9. November 5, 2014

    An op-ed by Dr. James Woolliscroft, dean of the Medical School and professor of internal medicine and medical education, implores federal lawmakers to avoid budget cuts to the National Institutes of Health, which funds most U.S. medical research.

    Detroit Free Press
  10. November 5, 2014

    Research by Markus Mobius, associate professor of information, was cited in an article about a halo effect that explains why pretty people make more money.

    Business Insider