November

Age Space Between Siblings Contributes to Academic Success

ABC News, November 30, 2011
(Kasey Buckles, Assistant Professor of Economics)

Welcome to the Great Global Easing

CNN Money, November 30, 2011
(Jeffrey Bergstrand, Professor of Finance)

Does Milwaukee’s Campaign Against Sleeping With Babies Go Too Far?

NPR, November 30, 2011
(James McKenna, Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C., Professor of Anthropology)

Thomas, Kagan asked to sit out health care case

Associated Press, November 26, 2011
(Rick Garnett, Professor of Law)

The Reads You Need: Protests in Egypt

CNN, November 26, 2011
(Emad Shahin, Henry R. Luce Associate Professor of Religion, Conflict and Peacebuilding)

U.N. report documents Syria’s ‘gross violations of human rights’

Washington Post, November 26, 2011
(George Lopez, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor of Peace Studies)

Why Egypt needs a second revolution

CNN, November 23, 2011
(Emad Shahin, Henry R. Luce Associate Professor of Religion, Conflict and Peacebuilding)

Drones and the Democratization of Destruction

Huffington Post, November 23, 2011
(David Cortright, Director of Policy Studies, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies)

Study: Spacing siblings makes them smarter

NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, November 22, 2011
(Kasey Buckles, Assistant Professor of Economics)

Walking Through Doorways Linked With Forgetting, Study Shows

Huffington Post, November 22, 2011
(Gabriel Radvansky, Professor of Psychology)

Spacing Siblings At Least Two Years Apart Makes Kids Smarter

TIME.com, November 21, 2011
(Kasey Buckles, Assistant Professor of Economics)

Passing Through Doorways Might Spur Forgetfulness

US News & World Report, November 21, 2011
(Gabriel Radvansky, Professor of Psychology)

Walk Through a Door and Throw Memories out the Window

National Geographic, November 21, 2011
(Gabriel Radvansky, Professor of Psychology)

Spacing Children Farther Apart Benefits Older Siblings

New York Times, November 21, 2011
(Kasey Buckles, Assistant Professor of Economics)

Galaxies that don’t recycle live hard, die young

MSNBC, November 21, 2011
(Nicolas Lehner, research assistant professor of astrophysics)

The Boundary Effect: Entering a New Room Makes You Forget Things

TIME.com, November 21, 2011
(Gabriel Radvansky, Professor of Psychology)

U.S. Military Response ‘Should Be off the Table’

America Magazine, November 21, 2011
(Gerard Powers, Professor of the Practice of Catholic Peacebuilding)

Why people look the other way Video

MSNBC Dylan Ratigan Show, November 18, 2011
(Ann Tenbrunsel, Rex and Alice A. Martin Professor of Business Ethics)

Egypt Islamists Demand the End of Military Rule

New York Times, November 18, 2011
(Emad Shahin, Henry R. Luce Associate Professor of Religion, Conflict and Peacebuilding)

Forgetting why you entered a room studied

UPI.com, November 18, 2011
(Gabriel Radvansky, Professor of Psychology)

Why Obama sees time as ripe for overture to Burma regime

Christian Science Monitor, November 18, 2011
(George Lopez, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor of Peace Studies)

Historic Study of Black Catholics Breaks New Ground

BET.com, November 18, 2011
(Darren Davis, Professor of Political Science; and Don Pope-Davis, Vice President and Associate Provost)

Sorry, I Left My Memory in the Other Room

ABC News, November 18, 2011
(Gabriel Radvansky, Professor of Psychology)

What did I come in here for? Study explains why we forget simple tasks

CBS News, November 18, 2011
(Gabriel Radvansky, Professor of Psychology)

The NBA Players Could Win – But it isn’t Likely

Forbes, November 18, 2011
(Joseph Bauer, Professor of Law)

NBA lockout: Law professor predicts players’ union to file more lawsuits

Los Angeles Times, November 17, 2011
(Joseph Bauer, Professor of Law)

Obama’s Obstacles Video

RTÉ News (Ireland), November 17, 2011
(Robert Schmuhl, Annenberg-Joyce Professor of American Studies and Journalism)

Why you forgot what you were just doing

MSNBC.com, November 17, 2011
(Gabriel Radvansky, Professor of Psychology)

Are “Thank You” and “Sorry” Stunting You Professionally?

Forbes, November 17, 2011
(Timothy Judge, Franklin D. Schurz Professor of Management)

Refer Syria’s leaders to International Criminal Court

CNN.com, November 17, 2011
(Robert Johansen, Professor of Political Science and Peace Studies, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies)

Want Smarter Kids? Space Them (At Least) Two Years Apart

Freakonomics Blog, November 17, 2011
(Kasey Buckles, Assistant Professor of Economics)

Galaxies that don’t recycle live hard, die young

Discovery News, November 17, 2011
(Nicholas Lehner, Research Assistant Professor of Astrophysics)

New Mass: New Music?

Huffington Post, November 16, 2011
(Tim O’Malley, Institute for Church Life)

Can co-sleeping be safe? Dr. Sears explains

NBC.com, November 16, 2011
(James McKenna, Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C., Professor of Anthropology)

Study: Latinos will be 25% of Chicago workforce by 2015

Chicago Tribune, November 16, 2011
(Research by Institute for Latino Studies)

Are We Justifying Cheating?

Psychology Today, November 16, 2011
(Christian Smith, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Sociology)

NBA Players’ Risky Strategy Could Pay Off In Big Way

Forbes, November 15, 2011
(Richard Sheehan, Professor of Finance)

Why You Forgot What You Were Just Doing

Men’s Health, November 15, 2011
(Gabriel Radvansky, Professor of Psychology)

Who needs a cot or a pram when you’re bringing up a baby?

The Guardian (U.K.), November 14, 2011
(James McKenna, Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C., Professor of Anthropology)

Obama’s Health-Care Law Gets High Court Review

Bloomberg, November 14, 2011
(Rick Garnett, Professor of Law)

Affiliation, Before and After Scandal

New York Times, November 14, 2011
(Daniel Hungerman, Assistant Professor of Economics and Econometrics)

Catholic Losses Are Baptist Gains

Freakonomics Blog, November 14, 2011
(Daniel Hungerman, Assistant Professor of Economics and Econometrics)

Syria’s Suspension From Arab League to Renew UN Sanctions Push

Bloomberg Businessweek, November 15, 2011
(George Lopez, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor of Peace Studies)

Traffic jams, ISPs and net neutrality

CNN Money, November 13, 2011
(Hong Guo, Assistant Professor, Mendoza College of Business)

A buoyed healthcare law reaches Supreme Court

Los Angeles Times, November 13, 2011
(Rick Garnett, Professor of Law)

Catholic bishops prepare religious liberty fight

Associated Press, November 13, 2011
(R. Scott Appleby, Professor of History; Regan Director, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies)

Penn State, Motivated Blindness, and the Dark Side of Loyalty

Chronicle of Higher Education, November 11, 2011
(Ann Tenbrunsel, Rex and Alice A. Martin Professor of Business Ethics)

Arab Christians, minorities, reshaping US enclaves

Associated Press, November 10, 2011
(Joseph Amar, Professor of Arabic Language and Literature)

An Army Apart: The Widening Military-Civilian Gap

TIME.com, November 10, 2011
(Michael Desch, Professor of Political Science)

Another Way to Slice the Data

New York Times, November 9, 2011
(James Sullivan, Associate Professor of Economics)

Study shows doors can be linked to memory loss

National Post, November 9, 2011
(Gabriel Radvansky, Professor of Psychology)

Why you should care about nanotechnology

South Bend Tribune, November 7, 2011
(“Bob Dunn,” Midwest Institute for Nanoelectrics Discovery)

What Occupy Wall Street is getting totally wrong

Chicago Tribune, November 6, 2011
(James Sullivan, Associate Professor of Economics)

Software Catches (and Also Helps) Young Plagiarists

Chronicle of Higher Education, November 6, 2011
(Susan Blum, Professor of Anthropology)

A double standard on war crimes?

Boston Globe, November 4, 2011
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law)

Why Science Majors Change Their Minds

New York Times, November 4, 2011
(Peter Kilpatrick, McCloskey Dean, College of Engineering)

Asian Carp: Threat to Great Lakes Video

KQED (PBS), November 3, 2011
(David Lodge, Professor of Biological Sciences)

For Those of You Scoring With Grade Points…

Wall Street Journal, November 3, 2011
(Notre Dame Student-Athletes)

Why Being the Office Jerk Could Pay Off

FOX Business, November 3, 2011
(Timothy Judge, Franklin D. Schurz Professor of Management)

Religious Liberty: The Legal Culture

National Catholic Reporter, November 2, 2011
(Rick Garnett, Professor of Law)

The Secular Decrease in Residential Mobility in the U.S.

National Review Online, November 2, 2011
(Abigail Wozniak, Assistant Professor of Economics)