June

Payday might be your last, study finds

MSNBC, June 29, 2011
(William Evans, Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Economics)

Argument, Truth and the Social Side of Reasoning

The New York Times, June 29, 2011
(Gary Gutting, professor of philosophy)

Wind turbine to diversify energy production on Notre Dame campus

WNDU, June 28, 2011
(University of Notre Dame)

Notre Dame plans to refurbish Hansel Center

WNDU, June 28, 2011
(University of Notre Dame)

MFA Houston Announces Massive Project to Put Latin American Art History Online

ArtInfo, June 28, 2011
(Notre Dame’s Institute for Latino Studies)

Why Getting Paid Increases Your Risk of Death

Time, June 28, 2011
(William Evans, Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Economics)

The 20 colleges making the best use of social media

USA Today, June 28, 2011
(University of Notre Dame)

LulzSec’s gone but its effect lives on

Indianapolis Star, June 28, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

Tech security spending to rise in wake of attacks

USA Today, June 28, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

High Court OKs Sales Of Violent Video Games To Kids

NPR, June 28, 2011
(Richard Garnett, professor of law)

Human Rights Defender Now Fights For U.S. Policy

NPR, June 28, 2011
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law)

New book looks at Topeka homeless activist’s death

Chicago Tribune, June 28, 2011
(Benedict Giamo, Associate Professor of American Studies)

Notre Dame economist says payday can be a killer

MSNBC, June 27, 2011
(William Evans, Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Economics)

Professor: People more likely to die around payday

Anchorage Daily News, June 27, 2011
(William Evans, Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Economics)

Mortality rates jump soon after paydays

Arizona Daily Star, June 27, 2011
(William Evans, Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Economics)

Book marks homeless advocate’s death

The Topeka Capital-Journal, June 27, 2011
(Benedict Giamo, Associate Professor of American Studies)

Professor: People more likely to die around payday

Chicago Tribune, June 27, 2011
(William Evans, Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Economics)

Governments, businesses, people caught in hacker crossfire

ABC News, June 27, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

Governments, businesses, people caught in hacker crossfire

USA Today, June 27, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

The Story of Charlotte’s Web by Michael Sims

The Washington Post, June 27, 2011
(Valerie Sayers, professor of English)

Ending Obama’s War

America Magazine, June 24, 2011
(David Cortright, director of policy studies, Kroc Institute for International Peace studies)

Does Libya intervention violate War Powers Resolution?

St. Petersburg Times, June 24, 2011
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law)

Admissions Q&A: Notre Dame

Bloomberg Businessweek, June 24, 2011
(Brian Lohr, director of admissions Mendoza College of Business)

The Dylan Ratigan Show

MSNBC, June 24, 2011
(David Cortright, director of policy studies, Kroc Institute for International Peace studies)

Special report: Japan’s “throwaway” nuclear workers

Reuters International, June 24, 2011
(Kristin Schrader-Frechette, O’Neill Family Professor)

World Bank, IMF offers to Egypt spur debt fears

Al-Masry Al-Youm, June 23, 2011
(Emad Shahin, Henry R. Luce Associate Professor of Religion, Conflict and Peacebuilding)

Chicago to Host G8, NATO Summits in 2012

CRI English, June 23, 2011
(David Cortright, director of policy studies, Kroc Institute for International Peace studies)

Medicare: Facts and Convictions

New York Times, June 23, 2011
(Gary Gutting, professor of philosophy)

End the war and bring home the troops

CNN, June 23, 2011
(David Cortright, director of policy studies, Kroc Institute for International Peace studies)

Prada Grapples With Hong Kong Slump as Majority of IPOs Drop in China Rout

Bloomberg, June 23, 2011
(Tim Loughran, C. R. Smith Professor of Finance)

Prada Grapples With Hong Kong Slump as IPOs Drop on China

Bloomberg Businessweek, June 23, 2011
(Tim Loughran, C. R. Smith Professor of Finance)

Debate: Did Obama Overstep His Authority In Libya?

NPR, June 23, 2011
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law)

Are U.S. actions in Libya subject to the War Powers Resolution? A review of the evidence

PolitiFact, June 22, 2011
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law)

Obama’s Tough Sell on Afghanistan

US News and World Report, June 22, 2011
(David Cortright, director of policy studies, Kroc Institute for International Peace studies)

John Carroll High School alumna in Haiti to study cholera education

TCPalm.com, June 22, 2011
(Juan Carlos Guzmán, Research Director, Institute for Latino Studies)

University students help Catholic tribals

Catholic News India, June 22, 2011
(University of Notre Dame)

Peril to the Skyline of Paris

Traditional Building, June 22, 2011
(Steven M. Semes, academic director for Notre Dame’s Rome Studies Program, associate professor of architecture)

Trouble for Romney, Huntsman? New poll shows some resistance to voting for a Mormon

CBS News, June 22, 2011
(David Campbell, associate professor of political science)

Romney, Huntsman try to tap wealth of Mormon community

Washington Post, June 20, 2011
(David Campbell, associate professor of political science)

What is Next on Hackers’ Hit List

Main Street, June 22, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

U.S. strains credibility on its Libya role

CNN.com (opinion), June 21, 2011
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law)

What Is Next on Hackers’ Hit Lists

TheStreet.com, June 21, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

America’s red-blue divide widens on illegal immigrants

MinnPost.com, June 21, 2011
(Allert Brown-Gort, associate director of the Institute for Latino Studies)

Readjusting the Poverty Level

Inside Higher Ed, June 21, 2011
(James Sullivan, associate professor of economics)

Notre Dame runs Smart on errands

South Bend Tribune, June 20, 2011
(University of Notre Dame)

Father, mentor, career coach

South Bend Tribune, June 20, 2011
(Julie Braungart-Rieker, professor of psychology, director for the Center for Children and Families)

Director Jill Godmilow Reads The Big Screen!

San Diego Reader, June 20, 2011
(Jill Godmilow, professor of film)

Volunteers ready for Collier dig

Post Tribune, June 20, 2011
(Mark Schurr, associate professor of anthropology)

Weekly Standard: Did Founders Create War Powers?

NPR, June 16, 2011
(Vincent Phillip Munoz, associate professor of political science, associate professor Notre Dame Law School)

It’s time to take action on urban climate woes

South Bend Tribune, June 16, 2011
(Harindra Joseph Fernando, professor of engineering and geosciences)

Epistemology and the End of the World

New York Times, June 16, 2011
(Gary Gutting, Professor of Philosophy)

Scientists develop algorithm to understand certain human diseases

Physorg.com, June 16, 2011
(Patricia Clark, Rev. John Cardinal O’Hara Associate Professor)

Wind Power Comes To Notre Dame Campus

Earth Techling, June 15, 2011
(University of Notre Dame)

Nanomagnetic Computers Are the Ultimate in Efficiency

Wired, June 14, 2011
(Wolfgang Porod, Freimann Professor of Electrical Engineering)

Notre Dame dean, wife on day three of bike ride

South Bend Tribune, June 14, 2011
(Gregory Crawford, Dean, College of Science and Professor of Physics)

Reasoning, Scholars Say, Evolved Just as a Means to Win

New York Times, June 14, 2011
(Darcia Narvaez, associate professor of psychology at the University of Notre Dame)

How Latinos are changing the Midwest’s economy for the better

WBEZ, June 13, 2011
(Allert Brown-Gort, Associate Director of the Institute for Latino Studies)

A Neoliberal Economics of Science

America Magazine, June 14, 2011
(Philip Mirowski, Professor of Economics)

Reassessing Libya Intervention

PBS, June 10, 2011
(Gerard Powers, Director of Catholic Peacebuilding Studies)

Las especies invasoras: los migrantes ‘incómodos’ de los ecosistemas

CNN México, June 10, 2011
(David Lodge, Professor of Biological Sciences)

Bid to repair Lake Michigan and Great Lakes, one marsh at a time

Christian Science Monitor, June 13, 2011
(David Lodge, Professor of Biological Sciences)

Members of hacker group Anonymous arrested in Spain in connection to Sony hack

CBS News, June 13, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

Ecologists: Time to End Invasive-Species Persecution

Wired, June 8, 2011
(David Lodge, Professor of Biological Sciences)

What Do IMF, Citigroup, And Sony Hacks Share?

Today’s Defense, June 13, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

What Do IMF, Citigroup, And Sony Hacks Share?

InformationWeek, June 13, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

Power, glory fuel hacktivism against companies

ABC News, June 11, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

The Online Looking Glass

New York Times, June 12, 2011
(Christian Smith, Professor of Psychology)

Indiana Libertarians see an opening on social issues in 2012

Evansville Courier & Press, June 12, 2011
(Robert Schmuhl, Professor of Political Science)

WikiLeak’s Assange Behind 100s of Hackers? Arrest of 3 in Spain Tip of Iceberg

Hollywood Today, June 12, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

Power, glory fuel hacktivism against companies

USA Today, June 11, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

Spain Arrests Three Over ‘Anonymous’ Group’s Cyber-Attacks

San Francisco Chronicle, June 10, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

Spain Arrests 3 for Hacking Sony, Governments

Bloomberg, June 10, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

Spanish Police Arrest Sony PSN Hacktivists, But It Won’t Stop The Attacks: Expert

Fast Company, June 10, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

Gideons spread the word one Bible, one room at a time

MSNBC, June 8, 2011
(Mark Noll the Francis A. McAnaney Professor History)

Notre Dame Expert: Hackers cause Sony major financial, reputational damage

South Bend Tribune, June 8, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

Hackers cause Sony major financial, reputational damage

PhysOrg.com, June 8, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

Hacking Group LulzSec Denies Arrest Report

InformationWeek, June 7, 2011
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Information Technology Management)

Palladio and His Legacy: A Transatlantic Journey at Notre Dame’s Snite Museum of Art

Art Knowledge News, June 6, 2011
(Snite Museum of Art)

Notre Dame dean, wife plan second cross-country bike ride

South Bend Tribune, June 6, 2011
(Gregory Crawford, Dean, College of Science)

Palladio and His Legacy: A Transatlantic Journey at Notre Dame’s Snite Museum of Art

Art Daily, June 6, 2011
(Snite Museum of Art)

A compendium of corruption: Some of the notorious (and some alleged) scandals in sports history

Los Angeles Times, June 4, 2011
(Ed Edmonds Sports Law Professor)

Soft recovery may be a bad sign for state

Indianapolis Star, June 4, 2011
(Jeffrey Bergstrand, Professor of Finance)

Notre Dame Professors Receive Defense Department Grants

Inside Indiana Business, June 3, 2011
(Patrick Fay, Director of Notre Dame Nanofabrication and Joe Fernando, Wayne and Diana Murdy Endowed Professor of Engineering and Geosciences)