March 02, 2021

In the News

  1. October 24, 2013

    In an article about the growing reliance on electroencephalography to detect ADHD, Bruno Giordani, professor of psychiatry, neurology and psychology, said, “I’m not sure everybody needs an EEG. There has not been enough research to say that if your theta isn’t high enough and your beta isn’t low enough, you don’t have ADHD.”

    The Detroit News
  2. October 22, 2013

    Nicholas Bagley, assistant professor of law, co-wrote an opinion piece that asserts that provisions exist in the Affordable Care Act that would waive penalties incurred by the failure to register online for Obamacare in a timely manner.

  3. October 22, 2013

    Mark Clague, associate professor of musicology, was interviewed about the newly established U-M Gershwin Initiative.

    Michigan Radio
  4. October 22, 2013

    A story on repaying federal student loans featured the research of Susan Dynarski, professor of public policy, education and economics, and Daniel Kreisman, research fellow in public policy, that calls for a single, income-based repayment system that automatically deducts payments from borrowers’ paychecks.

    Inside Higher Ed
  5. October 22, 2013

    Rosina Bierbaum, professor of natural resources, environment policy and environmental health sciences, was featured with former Vice President Al Gore and other experts in a global broadcast about the societal costs of climate change and carbon pollution worldwide.

    24 Hours of Reality
  6. October 22, 2013

    A story about the New York City mayoral debate featured comments from Aaron Kall, director of debate.

    The Wall Street Journal
  7. October 22, 2013

    Natsu Oyobe, associate curator of Asian art, was cited in an article about “Isamu Noguchi and Qi Baishi,” an exhibit of paintings that debuted this summer in Ann Arbor and is now on display at the Noguchi Museum in New York.

    The New York Times
  8. October 20, 2013

    Milford Wolpoff, professor of anthropology, said the recent discovery of 1.8-million-year-old skull fossils with varying traits backs up his research that early man was one species with a vast array of different looks.

    The (London) Telegraph
  9. October 20, 2013

    A story featured the research of Mark E. Newman, professor of physics, suggesting the spread of the Black Death in the 14th century offers clues about social networks in medieval times.

  10. October 20, 2013

    Peter Adriaens, professor of entrepreneurship, civil and environmental engineering, and natural resources and environment, was quoted in an article about Twitter’s lack of patents and how that poses a risk to investors.