March 25, 2016

3/20/16

Austin American-Statesman
UT study: Employers take dim view to replacing lost job with worse job
David Pedulla, Sociology

World Tech Today
Texas abortion law close clinics, create long waits and increased costs for procedures
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Truth Out
Abortion restrictions harm the most vulnerable women in the South
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

3/21/16

Public News Service
Research: Texas law coleuses clinics, restricts abortions
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Houston Chronicle
Five years later: Gender equity in the law after the Arab Spring in Tunisia
Mounira Maya Charrad and Amina Zarrugh, Sociology

Lawyer Herald
Texas border clinic still awaits Supreme court ruling on abortion law
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

3/22/16

Daily Texan
Texas English Linguistics Lab analyzes Trump, Sanders accents
Lars Hinrichs, English

KXAN
Ted Cruz: We need to patrol and secure Muslim neighborhoods
Jeremi Suri, History

NBC
SCOTUS ruling on Texas abortion case means impact on Asian-American women
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

UT News
Global spread of Zika linked to types of mosquitos that transmit it
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

Daily Mail
Zika outbreak in the US will be ‘worse than expected if second species of mosquito is found to transmit the virus’
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

Dallas Morning News
In reacting to Brussels, we must play the long game
Jeremi Suri, History

Wisconsin Public Radio
How the terrorist attacks in Brussels could affect U.S. Policy
Jeremi Suri, History

KUT
After Brussels attacks, experts says ‘fear plays well on the campaign trail’
Jeremi Suri, History

KVUE
Analysis: Responding to terror without helping terrorists
Jeremi Suri, History

The Batt
Guest lecturer to delve into history of Asian immigrants immigration policy
Madeline Hsu, History

3/23/16

Dallas Observer
Dallas’ Zika risk may be greater than previously thought, UT researcher says
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

American Thinker
The lie of academic free speech
Institute for Israel Studies

San Jose Mercury News
Prosecutor assails expert defense witness in sex assault trial of former Stanford swimmer
Kim Fromme, Psychology

Time Warner Cable News
Attacks on Brussels reverberate in U.S. Politics
Jeremi Suri, History

Care2
The continuing impact of Texas HB2
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Latina
Safe abortions down 14 percent after Texas law forced clinic closures
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Montana State University
UT professor lectures on nature vs. nurture in postgenomic era
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

Fox 7
UT professor says Zika virus outbreak likely in Texas
Sahotra Sarkar, Philosophy

San Jose Mercury News
Stanford sex assault trail: Brock Turner testifies drunk women consented
Kim Fromme, Psychology

3/25/16

USA Today
Tough talk on U.S. Muslims latest salvo in campaign in war
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Fortune
Even a short spell of underemployment can wreck a career
David Pedulla, Sociology and Population Research Center

Texas Observer
Ghost Abortion Busters
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

New Republic
Have we ever had a president like Donald Trump?
H.W. Brands, History

March 18, 2016

3/12/16

TechRepublic
Why your open office space is messing up your brain
Marlone Henderson, Psychology

Houston Chronicle
Despite its chilling effect on truth, politics needs to keep grubby hands off of science
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

BBC
#unfairandlovely: A new social campaign celebrates dark skin
Mirusha Yogaraja, Government student

3/13/16

San Antonio Express-News
Less birth control, duh, more births
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

3/14/16

City Lab
The gendered effects of part-time work
David Pedulla, Sociology

Austin American-Statesman
In year of outsider, it’s Cruz the conservative vs. Trump the populist
Daron Shaw and James Henson; Government and Texas Politics Project

The Washington Post
What Bernie Sanders would do to America
James Galbraith, Government

3/15/16

USA Today
Ted Cruz looks to avoid fates of Huckabee in 2008, Santorum in 2012
Daron Shaw, Government

On Point with Tom Ashbrook
Maria Sharapova and what is sports doping?
John Hoberman, Germanic Studies

The Baltimore Sun
Ringling Bros. packing its elephants’ trunks, conceiving circus without pachyderms
Janet Davis; American Studies, History and Women’s and Gender Studies

Here we are
Self Deception
Jennifer Beer, Psychology

Austin American-Statesman
Austin breaks 80-year-old daily heat record; cooler weekdays ahead
Troy Kimmel, Geography and the Environment

3/16/16

Salon
The Bernie Sanders underdog problem: “You may root for them, but you also know they’re probably going to lose.”
Art Markman, Psychology

The Texas Tribune
In Texas, Obama’s nominee may draw attention for EPA rulings
Sanford Levinson, Government

UT News
U.S. News ranks more than 40 programs at UT among nation’s top 10
Clinical Psychology; LLILAS and History

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Women’s History Month should celebrate activist
Juliet Hooker; Government, African and African Diaspora Studies, Center for Women’s and Gender Studies

3/17/16

Austin American-Statesman
Women’s History Month should celebrate female activist mores
Juliet Hooker; Government, African and African Diaspora Studies, Center for Women’s and Gender Studies

The Republic
A scholar from UT Austin is speaking at USC on gender, same-sex marriage and health
Debra Umberson, Population Research Center

The Washington Post
The social justice teach-in hosted by college professors on Twitter, no tuition required
Jamie Rafael Puente, American Studies PhD candidate

KGBT
U.S. Supreme Court nominee may draw attention for EPA ruling affecting Texas
Sanford Levinson, Government

Think Progress
Researchers documented just how bad Texas’ abortion law is for women
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

The Dallas Morning News
Abortion down 14 percent in Texas since new restrictions closed clinics
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Trojan News Center
Dr. Steven L. Taylor named dean of College of Arts and Sciences at Troy University
Steven Taylor, Government alumnus

The Herald
Scholar to address USC on gender, marriage, health
Debra Umberson, Population Research Center

Slate
Long Road Ahead
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

ACLJ
BDS on the rise on campuses – ACLJ continues the fight
Institute for Israel Studies

Los Angeles Times
Abortion down 14 percent in Texas since new restrictions closed clinics
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

3/18/16

Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Celebrate female activists
Juliet Hooker; Government, African and African Diaspora Studies, Center for Women’s and Gender Studies

Houston Press
Getting an abortion in Texas is harder if you don’t live near a clinic, go figure
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Dallas Observer
Texas women face long drives, tough choices in post HB 2 Texas, new study says
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

The Daily Beast
Texas women travel farther, pay more for abortion
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

The Times, London
Why the Bard is king of the canvas
Janine Barchas, English

Christian Science Monitor
The complicated fight surrounding abortion rights in Texas
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

San Antonio Current
New report shows how House Bill 2 restricts access Texas abortion clinics
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

The Kansas City Star
Cruz tries to slow Trump – gets help from Romney
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Life News
Pro-abortion study laments people have to drive further in Texas to kill their babies in abortions
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

KUT
More than half of Texas abortion clinics have closed, forcing women to travel farther for procedure
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

CBS
Mosquitoes could spread Zika in dozens of U.S. Cities
Sahotra Sarker, Philosophy

March 11, 2016

3/5/16

Houston Chronicle
Remembering the Battle of the Alamo as an Anglo and Tejano event reinforces the correct lessons
Jeremi Suri, History

Western Daily Press
Being overqualified for a job is actually not as good as you think
David Pedulla, Sociology and Population Research Center

Psych Central
Accepting a job below your skill level impacts future employment
David Pedulla, Sociology and Population Research Center

The Austin American-Statesman
Refusing to forget any of Texas’ history
John Morán González, English

3/6/16

The Times of India
Is your job below your skill level?
David Pedulla, Sociology and Population Research Center

The Daily
Trapped in pregnancy
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

3/7/16

Voice of America
Mixed marriages causing U.S. Hispanics, Asians to integrate faster
Stephen Trejo, Economics

Pakistan Today
Remove part time job experiences from your resume
David Pedulla, Sociology and Population Research Center

Deutshlandfunk
Studierende dürfen bewaffnet in die Vorlesung kommen
Kit Belgum, Germanic Studies

Here we are
Why we have sex
David Buss and Cindy Meston, Psychology

KVUE
Nuclear threat underscores presidential stakes
Jeremi Suri, History

The Texas Tribune
Texas disavows controversial women’s health study
Joseph Potter, Texas Policy Evaluation Project

3/8/16

Business News Daily
Overqualified? Think twice before taking that job
David Pedulla, Sociology and Population Research Center

The New York Times
Mr. Darcy’s shirt is coming to America
Janine Barchas, English

UnDark
The App will see you now
Jamie Pennebaker, Psychology

Education Drive
8 higher ed thought leaders share words of wisdom at SXSWedu
Jamie Pennebaker, Psychology

The Washington Post
Why Trump’s comparison of his wall to the Great Wall of China makes no sense
Néstor Rodriguez, Sociology and LILLAS

Jezebel
Mashable
Entertainment Weekly
Vulture
Mr. Darcy’s shirt is coming to America
Janine Barchas, English

Austin American-Statesman
Higher education in need of more good shepherds
Tom Palaima, Classics

Salon
A warning to the Supreme Court: The true lesson of Kermit Gosnell is that abortion restrictions get women killed
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Wired
The quirky history of Meldonium, from Latvan Lab to Maria Sharapova
John Hoberman, Germanic Studies

3/9/16

The Dallas Observer
Figuring out why Texas voter turnout is still terrible
Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, Center for Mexican American Studies

Politico
How debates have ruined politics
H.W. Brands, History

KVUE
Texas downballot races produce unexpected results
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Aspen Public Radio
Cross Currents
Jeremi Suri, History

Austin American-Statesman
UT finds no wrongdoing in professor’s treatment of Palestinian students
Ami Pedahzur, Institute for Israel Studies

Austin American-Statesman
Inglis: Criticism of women’s health study woefully misplaced
Joseph Potter, Texas Policy Evaluation Project

3/10/16

The Bay Area Reporter
News Briefs: Sonoma supes to hire Threet for cop review office
Jerry Threet, Plan II alumnus

Inside Higher Ed
U of Texas backs professor in dispute of disrupted event
Ami Pedahzur, Institute for Israel Studies

STAT
Teaching medical students to challenge ‘unscientific’ racial categories
Deborah Bolnick, Anthropology

PoltiFact
Hillary Clinton says Bernie Sanders supported Minutemen, indefinite detention for the undocumented
Harel Shapira, Sociology

The Algemeiner
U of Texas exonerates professor who prevented ‘Palestine Solidarity Committee’ students from
Ami Pedahzur, Institute for Israel Studies

How Stuff Works
Will speech recognition software mean the end of accents
Lars Hinrichs, English

OA Online
UTPB student names to state advisory board
Jorden Meneghetti, Plan II student

Newsday
GOP is playing long game on abortion rights
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

USA Today
Another Hitler? How world leaders see Donald Trump
Jeffrey Tulis, Government

Huffington Post
How many more Black women have to die in police custody?
Kali Gross, African and African Diaspora Studies

March 4, 2016

2/27/16

Bloomberg
Clinton regains air of inevitability with South Carolina win
Bruce Buchanan, Government

Guide 2 Nigeria
South Carolina Polls: Clinton on verge of landslide over Sanders
Sean Theriault, Government

The Financial Express
Today’s past book review: A Million Little Pieces
Snehal Shingavi, English

KXAN
Thousands line up to see Bernie Sanders in Austin
James Galbraith, Government

Houston Chronicle
150 stories take aim at abortion stigma
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Houston Chronicle
Sanders’ voter outreach effort takes on Clinton’s star power in Texas primary
Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, Mexican American and Latina/o Studies

2/28/16

The Washington Post
In Texas, the largest of Super Tuesday’s prizes, Clinton hopes to secure her fate
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

The Washington Post
How Obama’s coattails hoped Clinton win big in South Carolina
Peniel Joseph, History

USA Today
University of Texas dean resigns over campus carry
Daniel Hamermesh, Economics

Financial Times
Donald Trump rides high in jumpy Texas
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

2/29/16

Texas Public Radio
The source: Texas the prize for Super Tuesday races
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Texas Observer
State of Black Austin tied to swiftly gentrifying East Austin
Eric Tang, Sociology and African and African Diaspora Studies

Dollars & Sense
Galbraith summary of the Friedman vs. Romers debate
James Galbraith, Government

KUT
The psychology of road rage
Art Markman, Psychology

Broadly
To stop trans kinds from killing themselves, shocking study says ‘accept them’
Stephen Russell, Sociology

The Dallas Morning news
Yes, your teenager’s brain is crazy
Art Markman, Psychology

The Orange Country Register
In Texas, Clinton hopes to secure her delegate numbers
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

The News Tribune
Sun Herald
Texas primary down-ballot drama: Congress members on the brink
Daron Shaw, Government

Corvallis Gazette-Times
Letter: Battle over Sanders’ plan turns ugly
James Galbraith, Government

Quartz
New gun laws on U.S. College campuses are great news for potential sexual predators
Lina Del Castillo, History

The News & Observer
The Olympian
Texas is big, and getting bigger, in population and influence
Daron Shaw, Government

3/1/16

KUT
Why is it all about the delegates on Super Tuesday?
Daron Shaw, Government

The Daily Texan
Poll predicts Cruz, Clinton to win Texas primary
Daron Shaw and Joshua Blank, Government

CNN
‘I’m an abortion travel agent’ and other tales from Texas’ new desert
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

UT News
Website permits global policy analysis across time and place
Bryan Jones, Government

Americans United
Why the Lt. Gov. of Texas needs a civics lesson
David Prindle, Government

Examiner Gazette
Blogging the latest Super Tuesday news
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

The Austin Chronicle
Deconstructing ISIS
Yoav Di-Capua, Jeremi Suri and Stephennie Mulder; Middle Eastern Studies and History

Teen Vogue
A new study just found the solution to depression and suicide rates among transgender kids
Stephen Russell, Population Research Center and Sociology

Kansas City infoZine
Beyond the spin on Bernie Sanders’ economic plan
James Galbraith, Government

Takepart
Can these women’s abortion stories determine the fate of a Supreme Court case?
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

MSNBC
Texas targets researchers in Supreme Court case over abortion law
Joseph Potter, Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Quartz
Testing kids for “grit” is a big mistake, says the world’s foremost authority on it
David Yeager, Psychology

Houston Press
Supreme Court hears sweeping Texas anti-abortion law this week
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Christian Science Monitor
Has Texas simply made abortions too hard to get?
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

SF Gate
Donald Trump dominates in Super Tuesday GOP primaries
Jeremi Suri, History

3/2/16

Quartz
The gendered way we’ve learned to ask questions is terrible for both men and women
Jamie Pennebaker, Psychology

Voice of America
One scorned, many Americans now happily claim this ancestry
Stephen Trejo, Economics

Pacific Standard
How can I teach when my students are packing guns?
Keffrelyn Brown, African and African Diaspora Studies

Financial Advisor
An iconic American moment remembered
H.W. Brands, History

The Islamic
The Muslims and their lies?
Denise Spellberg; History, Middle Eastern Studies, and Religious Studies

The Right Wing Watch
The cruel irony of the anti-choice movement’s TRAP strategy
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

New York Magazine
Are you a blurter or a brooder? Take this test to find out
William Swann, Psychology

The Washington Times
Bernie Sanders to forge ahead, fighting for relevance
Bruce Buchanan, Government

The Atlantic
What happens when the clinics close?
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

The Texas Tribune
The Q&A: Victor Saenz
Center for Mexican American Studies

The Christian Science Monitor
Violence against KKK shows rift among new civil rights protestors
Eric McDaniel; Government and African and African American Studies

FOX 7
Presidential campaign styles
Paul Stekler, Government

3/3/16

Trib Talk
The Texas GOP goes nativist in 2016
James Henson and Joshua Blank, Texas Politics Project

UT News
EurekAlert!
Science Codex
Phys.org
Accepting a job below one’s skill level can adversely affect future employment prospects
David Pedulla; Sociology and Population Research Center

Truth Out
The surveillance of blackness: From the slave trade to the police
Siomone Browne, African and African Diaspora Studies

Austin Business Journal
Part-time work could hurt jobseekers’ future prospects, UT study finds
David Pedulla; Sociology and Population Research Center

Straits Times
Super Tuesday: Donald Trump steals the Republican show
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

3/4/16

NPR
Legal foes in Texas abortion case are using new playbooks
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Politico
Happy Jobs Day
David Pedulla; Sociology and Population Research Center

Economic Times
About to accept a job below your skill level? Think twice
David Pedulla; Sociology and Population Research Center

Australia News Networks
Don’t accept jobs below your skill level
David Pedulla; Sociology and Population Research Center

Daily News and Analysis
New study reveals how underemployment affects your future career prospects
David Pedulla; Sociology and Population Research Center

Business Standard
New Kerala
Is your job below your skill level?
David Pedulla; Sociology and Population Research Center

The Real News Network
Attack on Sander’s economic plan by former chairs of the council of economic advisors irresponsible
James Galbraith, Government

The Washington Post
This weekend, look on the bright side of life
Bethany Albertson, Government

The Atlantic
What aging parents want from their kids
Karen Fingerman, Psychology

KPBS
Legal foes in Texas abortion case are using new play books
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

The Olympian
Ted Cruz faces a difficult path to nomination
Bruce Buchanan, Government