September

Researchers: Silkworms make artificial spider silk

Bloomberg BusinessWeek/Associated Press, September 30, 2010
(Malcolm Fraser Jr., Professor of Biological Sciences)

The Best Executive M.B.A. Programs

Wall Street Journal, September 30, 2010

Why Spoiled Babies Grow Up to Be Smarter, Kinder Kids

TIME.com, September 29, 2010
(Darcia Narvaez, Associate Professor of Psychology)

People Would Be Nicer If They Got More Cuddling and Breast Milk, Study Says

Parent Dish, September 28, 2010
(Darcia Narvaez, Associate Professor of Psychology)

Modern parenting, less compassionate kids

United Press International, September 27, 2010
(Darcia Narvaez, Associate Professor of Psychology)

Pardon Us, But Our Museum Is Falling Apart

Wall Street Journal, September 24, 2010
(Steven Semes, School of Architecture)

Northern Jet works with Notre Dame researchers to test airplane laser equipment

Grand Rapids Press, September 23, 2010

Laser beam tests conducted between jets at Ford International Airport Video

WZZM-TV, September 22, 2010

Old ways best in childrearing – think Neolithic.

USA Today, September 22, 2010
(Darcia Narvaez, Associate Professor of Psychology)

20 years after Ex Corde: What was all the fuss about?

National Catholic Reporter, September 1, 2010
(John Cavadini, Associate Professor and Chair of Theology)

Oil spill cleanup: After digging deep to kill well, BP faces long climb

Christian Science Monitor, September 20, 2010
(James O’Rourke, Professor of Management)

How Census gets it wrong on poverty

CNN (blog), September 20, 2010
(James X. Sullivan, Associate Professor of Economics)

Poverty rate: Are Americans really poorer than in 1960?

Christian Science Monitor, September 20, 2010
(James X. Sullivan, Associate Professor of Economics)

Plan to Cut Back Catholic Schools Severs Parish Links

New York Times, September 20, 2010
(Rev. Joseph Corpora, C.S.C., Alliance for Catholic Education)

Opinion: Leaked UN report gives critical view of Paul Kagame

Global Post, September 19, 2010
(Christian Davenport, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies)

Is Sarah Palin the next Barack Obama?

MSNBC/Politics Daily, September 17, 2010
(Robert Schmuhl, Walter H. Annenberg-Edmund P. Joyce Professor of American Studies and Journalism)

The new poor and the almost-poor: Will poverty rate climb more?

Christian Science Monitor, September 16, 2010
(James X. Sullivan, Associate Professor of Economics)

Will Republicans Party Like Its 1994? Or Democrats Like Its 1964?

Politics Daily, September 16, 2010
(Robert Schmuhl, Walter H. Annenberg-Edmund P. Joyce Professor of American Studies and Journalism)

Doctors’ tech adoption influenced by social circle

American Medical News, September 13, 2010
(Corey Angst, Assistant Professor of Management)

Notre Dame Calls Early Results Of IPad Study Encouraging

Forbes.com, September 13, 2010
(Corey Angst, Assistant Professor of Management)

A Career in Business Operations

Wall Street Journal, September 13, 2010
(Lee Svete, Notre Dame Career Center)

Going from paperless to the iPad

BusinessReview USA, September 10, 2010
(Corey Angst, Assistant Professor of Management)

The Limits of Religious Tolerance Video

PBS/Religion and Ethics Newsweekly, September 10, 2010
(Scott Appleby, Professor of History and John M. Regan Director, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies)

Burning the Koran: Is it Legal? Looking to Flag Burning Cases for Answers

ABC News, September 10, 2010
(Scott Appleby, Professor of History and John M. Regan Director, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies)

Signs of the Times

America Magazine, September 10, 2010
(Emad Shahin, Henry R. Luce Associate Professor of Religion, Conflict and Peacebuilding)

Would a Muslim burn the Bible?

CNN.com, September 10, 2010
(Emad Shahin, Henry R. Luce Associate Professor of Religion,Conflict and Peacebuilding)

ND research suggests ADHD is over diagnosed in large number of kids Video

WNDU-TV, September 10, 2010
(William Evans, Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Economics)

Twin Sept. 11 tragedies created tides of religious intolerance

Salt Lake Tribune (Op-Ed), September 10, 2010
(Patrick Mason, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies)

Obama weighs in as plan to burn Qurans sparks debate

USA Today, September 9, 2010
(Scott Appleby, Professor of History and John M. Regan Director, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies)

Ind. activist to head federal anti-carp campaign

BusinessWeek, September 9, 2010
(David Lodge, Professor of Biological Sciences)

DNA figures large in Asian carp court case

UPI.com
(David Lodge, Professor of Biological Sciences)

Twins Are Intriguing Research Subjects for Biometircs Researchers

ScienceDaily, September 8, 2010
(Kevin Bowyer and Patrick Flynn, College of Engineering)

Notre Dame students respond to the iClassroom

Techland (TIME.com), September 7, 2010
(Corey Angst, Assistant Professor of Management)

Expert: High risk of Asian carp invading lakes

Wall Street Journal, September 7, 2010
(David Lodge, Professor of Biological Sciences)

Do Daughters Cause Divorce?

New York Times (blog), September 7, 2010
(Anita Kelly, Professor of Psychology)

Analysts Pessimistic on Chances of Mideast Talks Success

Voice of America, September 3, 2010
(Michael Desch, Professor of Political Science)

SBCSC students working with Notre Dame engineering students Video

WNDU-TV, September 3, 2010

Notre Dame utilizes iPads in the classroom

WSBT-TV, September 2, 2010
(Corey Angst, Assistant Professor of Management)

Rwanda Genocide Ideology and Sectarianism Laws Silencing Critics?

Inter Press Service, September 2, 2010
(Christian Davenport, Professor of Peace Studies, Political Science and Sociology)

Notre Dame’s iPad experiment

America magazine, September 1, 2010
(Corey Angst, Assistant Professor of Management)