Faculty in the News

Faculty in the news

Expert comment from Justin Garcia, executive director of the Kinsey Institute and Ruth N. Halls professor of gender studies, in the New York Daily News: “Vaccination status most important prerequisite for singles in U.S., survey shows.”


Expert comment from Rebecca L. Spang, professor of history, in the Associated Press: “Scientists decipher Marie Antoinette’s redacted love notes.”


An article in the Indiana Daily Student: “IU Professor Ellen Wu selected as New America Fellow, continues historical research,” featuring Ellen Wu, associate professor of history.


Expert comment from Jessica Calarco, associate professor of sociology, in The New York Times: “Education doesn’t inoculate us from vaccine hesitancy.”


Research from Natasha MacBean, assistant professor of geography, featured in the Indiana Environmental Reporter: “Indiana University professor leads NASA-funded research on carbon cycling.”


Expert comment by Jessica Calarco, associate professor of sociology, on Minnesota Public Radio on the topic “Survey: Minnesotans of color less likely to believe schools offer equal opportunities.”


An article in The Conversation by Regina Smyth, professor of political science, titled “Latest parliamentary win by Putin’s United Russia has been years in the manufacturing.”


An article for Research Impact at IU reported that Byungkyu Lee, assistant professor of sociology, is partnering with researchers at other universities to “investigat[e] how political deliberation and polarization play out on Facebook.”