January

Books examine impact, challenges in US of Hispanic Catholicism

Catholic Sentinel, January 31, 2012
(Timothy Matovina, Professor of Theology and the William and Anna Jean Cushwa Director of the Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism)

Analysis: Oil reports may offer Obama an out on Iran

Reuters, January 31, 2012
(George Lopez, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor of Peace Studies)

In Florida, last-minute campaigning and PAC money

NBC Latino, January 31, 2012
(Allert Brown-Gort, Associate Director of the Institute for Latino Studies)

Why Facebook IPO Is a Bonanza for Wall Street

The Street, January 31, 2012
(Tim Loughran, C. R. Smith Professor of Finance)

Donated lab equipment ‘lights’ young minds

Inside Indiana Business, January 31, 2012
(ND Lights program)

Senators weigh further measures on Iran sanctions

Reuters, January 31, 2012
(George Lopez, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor of Peace Studies)

At U.N., Pressure Is on Russia for Refusal to Condemn Syria

New York Times, January 31, 2012
(George Lopez, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor of Peace Studies)

What right-to-work laws really mean

CNN.com, January 31, 2012
(Dan Graff, Associate Director, Higgins Labor Studies Program)

Free Speech vs. Infringement in Suit on Alabama Artwork

New York Times, January 30, 2012
(Mark McKenna, professor of law)

Patience pays off for Zuck, Facebook

Fox Business, January 30, 2012
(Tim Loughran, C. R. Smith Professor of Finance)

Married Medievalists Try to Persuade Catholic Church to Make Beautiful Music

Chronicle of Higher Education, January 29, 2012
(Margot Fassler, Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Music History and Liturgy; and Peter Jeffery, Michael P. Grace Chair in Music)

Exploring The Real ‘Conflict’: Science Vs. Naturalism Audio: Exploring The Real 'Conflict': Science Vs. Naturalism

National Public Radio, January 29, 2012
(Alvin Plantinga, John A. O’Brien Professor of Philosophy)

U.S., Europe choose risky strategy with sanctions on Iran

Los Angeles Times, January 29, 2012
(George Lopez, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor of Peace Studies)

In Defense of Drones: A Historical Argument

The New Republic, January 27, 2012
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law)

Catholic school leaders honored in White House ceremony

National Catholic Reporter, January 27, 2012
(Alliance for Catholic Education)

Contemporary Effects of the Reformation Audio: Contemporary Effects of the Reformation

WGN Radio, January 26, 2012
(Brad Gregory, Dorothy G. Griffin Associate Professor of Early Modern European History)

The Ethics of Drone Warfare Audio: The Ethics of Drone Warfare

Interfaith Voices, January 26, 2012
(David Cortright, Director of Policy Studies, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies)

Obama’s Military Tactics: Risky Missions, Elite Units

National Public Radio, January 26, 2012
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law)

Romney Tax Returns Show $7 Million in Donations Over 2 Years

Bloomberg Businessweek, January 24, 2012
(Lloyd Mayer, Professor of Law)

Time for introverts to get some appreciation

USA Today, January 23, 2012
(David Watson, Andrew J. McKenna Family Professor of Psychology)

Romney tax returns likely to stoke debate over economic fairness

Los Angeles Times, January 24, 2012
(Brad Badertscher, Assistant Professor of Accountancy)

Scientists Use Ion Beams To Detect Forged Art

Forbes.com, January 23, 2012
(Research by Nuclear Physicists Philippe Collon and Michael Wiescher)

Notre Dame music historian wins book award

South Bend Tribune, January 22, 2012
(Margot Fassler, Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Music History and Liturgy)

Haley Barbour Pardons: Analysis Finds Whites Benefitted Disproportionately From Decision

Huffington Post, January 21, 2012
(Jimmy Gurulé, Professor of Law)

Face Recognition in the Nose-Job Era

Wall Street Journal, January 20, 2012
(Notre Dame Biometrics Research)

Why Obama’s ‘targeted killing’ is worse than Bush’s torture

The Guardian (U.K.), January 20, 2012
(Mary Ellen O’Connell, Robert and Marion Short Professor of Law)

Insight: Mississippi pardons benefited whites by big margin

Reuters, January 20, 2012
(Jimmy Gurulé, Professor of Law)

Syrians cope with economic crisis amid uprising

Associated Press, January 20, 2012
(George Lopez, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor of Peace Studies)

Physicists use ion beams to detect art forgery

R&D Magazine, January 20, 2012
(Research by Nuclear Physicists Philippe Collon and Michael Wiescher)

Gov. Mitch Daniels to get last word when he offers GOP response to State of the Union speech

Indianapolis Star, January 20, 2012
(Robert Schmuhl, Walter H. Annenberg-Edmund P. Joyce Professor of American Studies and Journalism)

So Much Worse Than Civil War

Huffington Post, January 18, 2012
(George Lopez, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor of Peace Studies)

Latinos and the Transformation of U.S. Catholicism

Huffington Post, January 18, 2012
(Timothy Matovina, Professor of Theology)

Software could spot face-changing criminals

New Scientist, January 18, 2012
(Kevin Bowyer, Schubmehl-Prein Professor of Computer Science and Engineering)

Zappos data breach response a good idea or just panic mode?

Network World, January 17, 2012
(John D’Arcy, Assistant Professor of Management)

Should We Move Creatures Threatened by Climate Change?

Mother Jones, Jan/Feb issue
(Jessica Hellmann, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences)

Europe can’t catch a break

CNN.com, January 15, 2012
(Jeffrey Bergstrand, Professor of Finance)

Blame It on Calvin & Luther

Wall Street Journal (Book Review), January 14, 2012
(Brad Gregory, Dorothy G. Griffin Associate Professor of Early Modern European History)

Hosanna-Tabor ruling could impact future religious liberty cases

Catholic News Agency, January 13, 2012
(Rick Garnett, Professor of Law)

Mississippi AG seeks to void governor’s pardons

MSNBC.com, January 13, 2012
(Jimmy Gurulé, Professor of Law)

New Mississippi governor supports amendment on limiting clemency

Reuters, January 12, 2012
(Jimmy Gurulé, Professor of Law)

Mormons feel rooted and happy, but marginalized, poll finds

Los Angeles Times, January 12, 2012
(David Campbell, John Cardinal O’Hara, C.S.C., Associate Professor of Political Science)

Mormons Uneasy in the Spotlight

New York Times, January 12, 2012
(David Campbell, John Cardinal O’Hara, C.S.C., Associate Professor of Political Science)

Poll finds Mormons worry about acceptance but embrace differences

Washington Post, January 12, 2012
(David Campbell, John Cardinal O’Hara, C.S.C., Associate Professor of Political Science)

Survey: U.S. Mormons feel discrimination, hope

CNN.com, January 12, 2012
(David Campbell, John Cardinal O’Hara, C.S.C., Associate Professor of Political Science)

Did Haley Barbour overlook Mississippi constitution before mass pardon?

Christian Science Monitor, January 12, 2012
(Jimmy Gurulé, Professor of Law)

Supreme Court sides with churches in employment fights

National Catholic Reporter, January 12, 2012
(Rick Garnett, Professor of Law)

High Court Keeps Judges out of Church Job Disputes

ABC News.com, January 11, 2012
(Rick Garnett, Professor of Law)

Religious Groups Greet Ruling With Satisfaction

New York Times, January 11, 2012
(Rick Garnett, Professor of Law)

Landmark Supreme Court ruling a ‘resounding win’ for religious groups

Christian Science Monitor, January 11, 2012
(Rick Garnett, Professor of Law)

Supreme Court keeps church job-bias disputes out of court, but leaves unanswered questions

Associated Press, January 11, 2012
(Rick Garnett, Professor of Law)

Column: Hosanna-Tabor ruling a win for religious freedom

USA Today, January 11, 2012
(Rick Garnett, Professor of Law)

Teacher loses church-state employment appeal

CNN.com, January 11, 2012
(Rick Garnett, Professor of Law)

Landmark Supreme Court ruling a ‘resounding win’ for religious groups

Christian Science Monitor, January 11, 2012
(Rick Garnett, Professor of Law)

Super-Silk for Artificial Limbs

The Atlantic, January 10, 2012
(Malcolm Fraser, Professor of Biological Sciences)

To Sniff or Not to Sniff? Supreme Court to Decide if Drug Dog’s Nose Went Too Far

TIME.com, January 10, 2012
(Rick Garnett, Professor of Law)

Hybrid Silkworms Spin Stronger Spider Silk

Science Daily, January 6, 2012
(Malcolm Fraser, Professor of Biological Sciences)

Romney edges Iowa by eight votes Audio: Romney edges Iowa by eight votes

RTÉ News (Ireland), January 4, 2012
(Robert Schmuhl, Walter H. Annenberg-Edmund P. Joyce Professor of American Studies and Journalism)

Confucius Says …

Inside Higher Ed, January 4, 2012
(Lionel Jensen, Associate Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures)

U.S. hopes new Iran sanctions more scalpel than axe

Reuters, January 3, 2012
(George Lopez, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor of Peace Studies)

A Gathering Storm Over ‘Right to Work’ in Indiana

New York Times, January 2, 2012
(Martin Wolfson, Director, Higgins Labor Studies Program)

Republicans begin path to choose Obama opponent Audio: Republicans begin path to choose Obama opponent

RTÉ News (Ireland), January 2, 2012
(Robert Schmuhl, Walter H. Annenberg-Edmund P. Joyce Professor of American Studies and Journalism)

A year of college in one day

South Bend Tribune, January 1, 2012
(College For a Day Program)