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September 10, 2014

An article explores the findings of a new book by Carl Schneider, professor of law, which takes issue with the implied benefits of mandated disclosure laws.

Forbes

September 9, 2014

"The research is pretty clear that it's never appropriate to shame a child, or to make a child feel degraded or diminished. Such punishments can lead to problems including increased anxiety, depression and aggression," said Andrew Grogan-Kaylor, associate professor of social work.

The Christian Science Monitor

September 9, 2014

Jowei Chen, assistant professor of political science, was quoted in a column about why the Democrats are unlikely to take control of the House of Representatives.

The New York Times

September 9, 2014

"The anthem became inscribed in an almost genetic way as part of our DNA makeup," said Mark Clague, associate professor of music, regarding Francis Scott Key's  "The Star-Spangled Banner," which celebrates its bicentennial Sept. 14.

The Baltimore Sun

September 8, 2014

Reuven Avi-Yonah, professor of law, takes issue with Burger King's assertion that it doesn't expect "meaningful tax savings" when the company adopts a new legal address in Canada through the purchase of Tim Hortons.

Bloomberg Businessweek

September 8, 2014

''Most kids experience school as one damn course after another; there's nothing to build connections between the courses that they take. … It's like if I were to give you a jigsaw puzzle and throw 500 pieces on the table and say, 'Oh, by the way, I'm not going to show you the box top as to how they fit together,'" said Bob Bain, associate professor of history and education.

The New York Times

September 8, 2014

Comments by Dr. Lisa Hammer, assistant professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases, were featured in a story about the success of Brazil's network of breast milk banks, which have dramatically reduced infant mortality.

The Associated Press

September 5, 2014

"Halliburton did not admit negligence in today's settlement but the fact that they agreed to pay over $1 billion raises anew questions about why the Justice Department did not charge the company criminally for its role in causing the Gulf oil spill," said David Uhlmann, director of the Environmental Law and Policy Program.

USA Today

September 5, 2014

Jeffrey Wilson, associate professor of earth and environmental sciences and associate curator of the Museum of Paleontology, was quoted in an article about the discovery of the most complete fossil ever found of a super-massive dinosaur.

Scientific American

September 5, 2014

"If Detroit is able to successfully restructure its debt and have a sustainable financial plan going forward that isn't mired in corruption, that will be a blueprint around the country," said John Pottow, professor of law

The Guardian (U.K.)

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