, assistant professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance, discussed her research on food insecurity on Viva Houston
, a community affairs show broadcast by KTRK-ABC13.
Sociology Associate Professor Amanda Baumle
’s research on wage premiums and penalties was discussed in the Lesbian couples' wage penalty is greater than the lesbian wage premium
blog post on the HuffPost Gay Voices website.
, assistant professor of political science, provided background information for the article, Wendy Davis’s rules: a guide to legislative rebellion
, published on the Washington Post
’s WonkBlog website.
Political Science Assistant Professor Scott Basinger
’s research on post-Watergate Congressional scandals was cited in the Politicians are slowed by scandal, but many still win the race
article published in the New York Times
and the We asked science if Eliot Spitzer could win. It said yes.
article published on the Washington Post’s WonkBlog website.
, director of the M.A. in Arts Leadership, and Sixto Wagan
, director of the Center for Arts Leadership are quoted in Culture Map Houston’s article on the College’s Arts Leadership Initiative, University of Houston launches graduate program to train leaders in the arts
Creative Writing Associate Professor Mat Johnson
’s twitter feed, @mat_johnson, is spotlighted as one of 25 hot happenings in Houston this summer
by the Houston Chronicle.
, professor emeritus of economics, is quoted in the news report, Chevron to build skyscraper in Houston
, published in the Houston Chronicle
and the San Francisco Chronicle
, a lecturer in the Department of Sociology, comments in the Digital activism replacing marches and rallies in Houston
news story broadcast by KRIV-FOX26.
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
students participated in Project T.A.L.K., a summer camp for children with hearing loss sponsored by the Center for Hearing and Speech in Houston, and were featured in the Yucking it up with new friends
photo gallery posted on the Houston Chronicle
, a senior fellow at the Hobby Center for Public Policy, wrote the opinion article How sustainable are Houston’s pensions?
published on the Houston Chronicle
’s chron.com website.
, director of the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, wrote the op-ed, A delay can empower women
, posted on the New York Times
’ Room for Debate online forum.
Paul Roderick Gregory
, Cullen Distinguished Professor of Economics, wrote the opinion column, Hoover fellow: If children are hungry in America, it is the parents' fault
, published in the (San Jose) Mercury News
, and Where's Austerity? Why Blame it for Slow Growth?
published in Forbes India
, professor of history, wrote the op-ed article Why the French love a parade
published in the International Herald Tribune
and on the New York Times
The StarTalk Texas Teacher Program
at the University of Houston, hosted by the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and funded by a federal grant, received significant media attention during its two-week run in July on the UH campus.