April 28, 2017

4/22/17

Psychology Today
My speech at the Austin March for Science
Art Markman, Psychology

Reporting Texas
$100 million Austin Center is founder’s latest push for public education
Mark Gooden, African & African Diaspora Studies

Amarillo Globe-News
Texas is missing its chance to improve sex education
Philippa Levine and Kenzie Steward; History and Plan II student

Austin American-Statesman
ars Technica
Thousands in Austin march to defend science, blast Trump policies
Art Markman, Psychology

4/24/17

The New York Times
How to build resilient kids, even after a loss
Jamie Pennebaker, Psychology

Politifact
The Seattle Times
How do Donald Trump’s first 100 days rate historically?
H.W. Brands, History

USA Today College
Impostor syndrome causes mental distress in minority students
Kevin Cokley, IUPRA and African & African Diaspora Studies

Chicago Sun Times
WATCHDOGS: Struggling NEIU paid big for years for grad speakers
Victoria Defrancesco Soto, Government

James Taylor
CL104: Art Markman on creative motivation and improvisation
Art Markman, Psychology

Martinsville Bulletin
A religious roundtable prepares to gather in Martinsville
Denise Spellberg, History

UT Libraries
The University of Texas at Austin receives Mellon Foundation grant to pioneer archival projects in Latin America
LLILAS

The Daily Texan
UT receives more than $3 million to support the arts
Richard Flores, Esther Raizen and Virginia Garrard; The College of Liberal Arts and LLILAS

Science Daily
Hormone-influenced social strategies shape human social hierarchy, study shows
Bob Josephs, Psychology

4/25/17

The Daily Texan
Plan II director Michael Stoff resigns, returns to teaching
Michael Stoff, Plan II

Amarillo Globe-News
Texas is not ready for medical marijuana
Texas Politics Project

Refinery 29
The clinic at the heart of last year’s Supreme Court abortion case reopens
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

4/26/17

Fast Company
How to prepare for an interview when the job is a stretch
Art Markman, Psychology

BBC
Can Democrats torpedo Trump presidency in 2018 elections?
James Henson, Texas Policy Evaluation Project

Essence Magazine
The shame of a nation
Daina Ramey Berry, History

The Daily Texan
UT ROTC celebrates 70th anniversary, honors alumni
Army ROTC

The New York Times
Linguists search for words in parsing Trump’s oratory
David Beaver, Linguistics

4/27/17

The Free Weekly
Swarm Fuzzies
David Buss, Psychology

Culture Map Austin & Houston
How much money would legalizing marijuana bring to Texas? Billions
Texas Politics Project

Dallas Morning News
Gunslingers make ineffective presidents
Jeremi Suri, History

4/28/17

USA Today
Austin American-Statesman
The Monitor
A historian’s take on Trump’s presidency so far
Jeremi Suri, History

Waco Tribune-Herald
Trump must expand list of constituencies to include women, minorities, immigrants
Jeremi Suri, History

War on the Rocks
Trump and emergent strategy: The first 100 days
Ionet Popescu, Government

Boston Globe
Is there a life without math?
Patience Epps, Linguistics

KVIA
Texas looks to nullify federal laws
Sanford Levinson; Government and Plan II

Inside Higher Ed
Not in my classroom
Mia Carter, English

April 21, 2017

4/15/17

Houston Chronicle
Why Easter is called Easter, and other things you didn’t know about the holiday
Brent Landau, Religious Studies

4/16/17

Yahoo!
International Business Times
Modern Easter has evolved far from its ancient roots
Brent Landau, Religious Studies

ReliaWire
This week in neuroscience news
Zoltan Nadasdy, Psychology

KPBS
OPB
‘When I was your age’ and other pitfalls of talking to teens about stress
David Yeager, Psychology

4/17/17

Politico
How Texas is beating the Supreme Court on abortion
Texas Policy Evaluation Project

4/18/17

Quartz
What is the evolutionary purpose of happiness?
David Buss, Psychology

The Texas Tribune
The Eagle
Poll: Majority of Texans believe immigration helps country more than hurts
Daron Shaw and Joshua Blank; Government and Texas Politics Project

Houston Chronicle
Dallas Morning News
Survey: Texans less eager to deport
Joshua Blank, Texas Politics Project

4/19/17

CSO
Keep the change: 9 steps to adapting to IT security
Art Markman, Psychology

Yahoo!
This Texas abortion doctor suffers daily threats and protests – here’s why he says he’ll never leave
Texas Politics Project

Austin American-Statesman
New poll: Voters divided on Cruz, O’Rourke for U.S. Senate seat
Daron Shaw and Joshua Blank; Government and Texas Politics Project

4/20/17

The Washington Post
Trump’s claim that ‘no administration has accomplished more in the first 90 days’
H.W. Brands, History

NBC
Opinion: Trump’s 100 days shows Latinos are in for a rough ride
Victoria Defrancesco Soto

The Free Weekly
Caveheart: What to do when you’re dating an introvert
David Buss, Psychology

KVUE
Facebook users vote on marijuana in Texas
Texas Politics Project

Austin American-Statesman
Psychology Today
Earth Day 2017 must be about science and politics
Time Beach, Geography & the Environment

The Washington Post
Trump’s claim that ‘no administration has accomplished more in the first 90 days’
H.W. Brands, History

4/21/17

Science Podcasts for Kids
The skull of the ancient primate with Chris Kirk
Chris Kirk, Anthropology

Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Waco Tribune-Herald
Abilene Reporter-News
USA Today
This Earth Day must be about science and politics
Tim Beach, Geography & the Environment

April 14, 2017

4/8/17

The Huntsville Item
O’Rourke drives the Dem’s pace care, but can he go all the way?
Texas Politics Project

Kera News
Without a clear strategy, Syrian missile strikes are risky for Trump
Jeremi Suri, History

4/9/17

Dallas Morning News
Why business advocates aren’t panicking about Texas’ ‘deal closer’ fund…yet
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Austin American-Statesman
UT historian, former dean Margaret Berry dies
Margaret Berry, History alumna

4/10/17

Here We Are
Evolution of Desire
David Buss, Psychology

Smithsonian
Why Teddy Roosevelt tried to bully his way onto the WWI battlefield
H.W. Brands, History

Austin American-Statesman
Whether Syrian strike deters violence depends on Russia
Scott Wolford, Government

The Daily Texan
Texas Army ROTC wins first place in ROTC division of military skills competition
David Zinnante, Army ROTC

4/11/17

San Antonio Express-News
Syrian regime change won’t save lives
Jason Brownlee; Government and Middle Eastern Studies

San Antonio Express-News
Native Americans battled even before the Europeans arrived
Thomas Hester, Anthropology

The Conversation
San Antonio Express-News
U.S. News & World Report
Why Easter is called Easter, and other little known facts about the holiday
Brent Landau, Religious Studies

Aberdeen News
Could this be the troubling reason you’ve been unable to conceive?
Andrea Gore, Psychology

4/12/117

Fast Company
How being super prepared for your interview can still cost you the job
Art Markman, Psychology

Waco Tribune-Herald
Regime change in Syria will make problem worse
Jason Brownlee; Government and Middle Eastern Studies

Deseret News
New poll: Do Americans still care if public figures have affairs?
Art Markman, Psychology

KTRE
Memorial for beloved SFA professor, folk singer to be held in Austin
Stanley Alexander, English alumnus

The Foreign Service Journal
Exploring the history policy nexus (p. 62)
Jeremi Suri, History

4/13/17

The Michigan Daily
Symposium ties connections between Islam and founding fathers
Denise Spellberg, History

Science Newsline
Human cognitive map scales according to surroundings
Zoltan Nadasdy, Psychology

Houston Chronicle
Ted Crux, once the beneficiary of Tea Party tactics, feels their sting
James Henson, Texas Politics Project

Dallas Morning News
How did Japanese market Mitsuwa end up in Texas? The answer isn’t Plano’s Asian population
Nancy Stalker, Asian American Studies

KHOU
Sen. Huffman, advocates at odds over best way to combat sexual assault
Austin Smith, Liberal Arts Honors and Government student

4/14/17

Teen Vogue
GLAAD
Texas students react to transgender bathroom bill
Thatcher Combs, Sociology student

The Washington Post
How slaves maintained their personal value even while on the auction block
Daina Ramey Berry, History

KUT
Why snapping cellphone pictures all the time isn’t such a bad thing
Art Markman, Psychology

IFP
No offence, but, you know, your words irritate me
James Pennebaker, Psychology

April 7, 2017

4/1/17

New York Times
How does populism turn Authoritarian? Venezuela is a case in point
Kurt Weyland; Government and LLILAS

San Antonio Express-News
“Traditional” Texas still lagging in women in politics
Texas Politics Project

Austin American-Statesman
San Antonio Express-News
Amid legislative discord, Abbott predicts success
Texas Politics Project

Spectroscopy Now
Machine learning: Trained with MRI
David Schnyer, Psychology

Dallas Morning News
Danger of news media polarization lies in our easy acceptance of narrative we are given
Michael Mosser; Government and International Relations & Global Studies

Middle East Eye
Does Trump presidency herald end of ‘American Age’, Wilsonian idealism?
Jeremi Suri, History

The Mass Media
Karma R. Chávez talks immigration politics and sanctuary
Karma Chávez, Mexican American & Latina/o Studies

The Washington Post
A fond farewell to Ringling Bros. and the wonders of the circus
Janet Davis; American Studies and History

4/2/17

PCMA Convene
How to turn inspiration into action
Art Markman, Psychology

Military
Study explores possible link between hormones and PTSD in soldiers
Robert Josephs, Psychology

Mediate
Creating chemistry in mediation
Bob Josephs, Psychology

The Day
Study explores possible link between hormones and PTSD in soldiers
Bob Josephs, Psychology

4/3/17

The Gilmer Mirror
Proposal to reduce marijuana penalties advances in Texas House of Representatives
Texas Politics Project

CNN
This speech made Martin Luther King Jr. revolutionary
Peniel Joseph, History

4/4/17

Culture Map
Texas marijuana bill gets nod from committee and jumps to next step
Texas Politics Project

Wisconsin Public Radio
A look at foreign policy issues facing Trump
Jeremi Suri, History

Alternet
Republicans stealing Supreme Court seat by revoking filibuster does not quite blow up the Senate – yet
Sanford Levinson; Government and Plan II

Reporting Texas
Austin trans and queer artists seek visibility amid intolerance
Curran Nault, Asian American Studies

San Antonio Express-News
From 12,000 years ago to the Spanish missions
Thomas Hester, Anthropology

Fox 7
“March” by John Lewis
Cherise Smith, Warfield Center

The Daily Texan
Vegans must feed everyone, not just wealthy white people
Audrey Larcher, Plan II and Economics student

4/5/17

The Star
We build this city on tin and ‘lumpur’
Sam Gosling, Psychology

The Shorthorn
Interfaith relationships increasingly accepted
Chad Seales, Religious Studies

Politico
The real story of Reagan’s 11th commandment
H.W. Brands, History

Huffington Post
Our words can both define and heal us
James Pennebaker, Psychology

WBUR
One scholar on the future of Black Lives Matter
Peniel Joseph, History

Medical Xpress
Imposter feelings fuel negative mental health outcomes for minority students, study
Kevin Cokley; IUPRA and African & African Diaspora Studies

4/6/17

Inside Higher Ed
Feeling like imposters
Kevin Cokley; IUPRA and African & African Diaspora Studies

Verne
¿Los aztecas eran como los nazis? Cuatro historiadores responden al discurso del presidente de RTVE
Enrique Rodriguez, Anthropology

Modern Philology
Speculations on spectacles: Jane Austen’s eyeglasses, Mrs. Bates’ spectacles, and John Saunders in Emma
Janine Barchas, English

The Fiscal Times
Is the sky blue? Depends on what Donald Trump says
John Bullock, Government

Daily Caller
America’s white vegans are degrading black lives matter now, you guys
Audrey Larcher, Plan II and Economics student

Tech Times
Muslim teen who writes #BlackLivesMatter 100 times on Stanford application gets in
Peniel Joseph, History

NBC
Can Beto O’Rourke beat Ted Cruz? Here’s how
Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, Government

Weatherford Democrat
Can Ted Cruz opponent go all the way?
Texas Politics Project

The Joplin Glove
O’Rourke drives the Dem’s pace car, but can he go all the way?
Texas Politics Project

4/7/17

The Conversation
The case for Christ: What’s the evidence for the resurrection?
Brent Landau, Religious Studies

KXAN
Texans have a pipeline to President Trump on Syria
Jeremi Suri, History

The Daily Iberian
‘Single Black Female’
Lisa B. Thompson, African & African Diaspora Studies