In the News

  1. February 18, 2014

    A story on the dangers of cat bites featured research by Dr. David Hanauer, associate professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases, which found a link between feline bites and human depression.

    The Wall Street Journal
  2. February 18, 2014

    Holly Rider-Milkovich, director of the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center, wrote an op-ed about why sexual assault survivors deserve privacy.

    The Detroit News
  3. February 17, 2014

    Deborah Loewenberg Ball, professor and dean of the School of Education, was interviewed about teacher preparation and training.

    Bloomberg Radio
  4. February 17, 2014

    Stewart Thornhill, executive director of the Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies, said serial entrepreneurs enjoy the excitement of creating startup businesses: “Almost irrespective of industry, it’s the thrill of the hunt — seeing an industry and trying to do it differently than other people.”

    Crain's Detroit Business
  5. February 17, 2014

    Dr. Deborah Levine, assistant professor of internal medicine and neurology, was quoted about her research that found that African Americans are much more likely than Hispanics or whites to die from a stroke shortly after having an infection.

    U.S. News & World Report
  6. February 16, 2014

    Albert Shih, professor of mechanical and biomedical engineering, was quoted in a story about what it takes to get accepted into a top online engineering master’s program.

    U.S. News & World Report
  7. February 16, 2014

    Martha Jones, associate professor of history and Afroamerican and African studies, wrote a commentary on her mixed-race identity.

  8. February 16, 2014

    Regarding a recent move that gives employers more time to comply with the Affordable Care Act, Nicholas Bagley, assistant professor of law, said: “The fact that it can’t be challenged in court doesn’t mean we shouldn’t have a discussion about whether it’s lawful.”

    The Wall Street Journal
  9. February 13, 2014

    Janet Smith, professor of biological chemistry, was quoted in a story about research she led that discovered a key aspect to how the dengue and West Nile viruses replicate in the cells of their host and how they manipulate the immune system as they spread.

    Economic Times
  10. February 13, 2014

    Martha Bailey, associate professor of economics, was interviewed about her research that challenges the notion that President Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty failed.

    Michigan Radio