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March 24, 2014

Bruce Belzowski, assistant research scientist at the Transportation Research Institute, was quoted in an article about the $1.2 billion penalty that Toyota will pay to end a federal criminal probe that the company misled consumers.

Los Angeles Daily News

March 21, 2014

"Women in Darjeeling are keenly aware of the irony that they produce some of the world's most expensive tea yet get paid a miniscule fraction of what this tea fetches abroad," said Sarah Besky, assistant professor of anthropology, and natural resources and environment.

The Times of India

March 21, 2014

Dr. Glenn Green, associate professor of otolaryngology, and Scott Hollister, professor of biomedical engineering and associate professor of surgery, were interviewed about a medical device they created using a 3-D printer that helped open the trachea of an infant born with a defective windpipe.

National Public Radio

March 21, 2014

"We have an inflexible system for repaying student loans that hits borrowers hardest right when they get out of college, when their incomes are lowest and most uncertain," said Susan Dynarski, professor of education, economics and public policy.

Detroit Free Press

March 20, 2014

"When people are thriving, they are healthier, less burned out and less stressed in large part because they are creating energy versus deleting energy," said Gretchen Spreitzer, professor of management and organizations, in an article about today's celebration of the International Day of Happiness.

Detroit Free Press

March 20, 2014

David Uhlmann, director of the Environmental Law and Policy Program, was quoted in a story about the EPA decision to allow BP to once again drill for oil in the Gulf of Mexico.

The New York Times

March 20, 2014

"She really made a difference across America. She introduced new cuisine, new techniques and helped people assimilate," said Jan Longone, adjunct curator of American culinary history, regarding Lizzy Black Kander, a tireless reformer for social change and author of a famous cookbook that taught immigrants how to cook and eat like Americans.

Chicago Tribune

March 19, 2014

A study by Dr. Amir Ghaferi, assistant professor of surgery, suggests disparities between rich and poor in who survives major cancer surgeries has more to do with the hospitals where they're treated than with individuals' wealth or lack of it.

Reuters

March 19, 2014

"The U.S. doesn't own a deep secret to innovation. Any country that wants to challenge the U.S. on innovation can and should. Everyone, including the U.S., would be better for it," said Erik Gordon, clinical assistant professor of business and lecturer in law.

China Daily

March 19, 2014

"Part of the psychological process of PTSD often includes avoidance and suppression of painful emotions and memories, which allows symptoms of the disorder to continue. However, many of our patients were able to stop this pattern of avoidance and see an improvement in their symptoms," said Anthony King, research assistant professor of psychiatry.

The Huffington Post

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