MEDIA

Recent Media Mentions (Selected)

  • The Call for National Service, Radio Times, NPR
  • What Explains The Bump In Trump’s Approval Ratings?, FiveThirtyEight
  • Here’s What Teach For America Alumni Believe About Charters, Vouchers, and Societal Inequities, Education Week
  • Americans Say They Would Vote for a Woman, But…, FiveThirtyEight
  • Buttigieg’s Call for Universal Public Service would Mark a Big Departure from Historically Small Volunteer Programs, The Conversation
  • Cyclone Idai Shows Why Long-Term Disaster Resilience is so Crucial, The Conversation
  • Empathy Through Service, Stanford Social Innovation Review PDF
  • In Another’s Shoes, Nature
  • You Cannot Predict an Election Result from Social Media, Haber Turk
  • Get the Facts: Implicit Bias and the AAUW Implicit Association Test on Gender and Leadership, AAUW
  • Progress Isn’t Progress Unless It Happens For You, Vanderbilt News
  • The Hidden Toll Of Floods, NPR
  • Why Do We Think Poor People Are Poor Because of Their Own Bad Choices?, The Guardian
  • Many Americans Still Underestimate the Risks of Smoking, Stanford News
  • Teach For America Service Leads to Empathy, Vanderbilt News
  • Think You’re Not Biased? Think Again, Science News
  • Teach For America Could Be Exactly What America’s Schools Need to Reduce Implicit Bias, Education Post
  • How Voters Can Beat Special Interest, Stanford Business Magazine
  • Why We Should Make Our Politicians Filthy Rich – Really, OXY
  • Hillary Clinton Will Not Be Manterrupted, New York Times
  • Politics Not as Usual, Vanderbilt News
  • The Joy Cardin Show, Wisconsin Public Radio
  • How Monday’s England-Slovakia Soccer Match Just Might Influence Brexit, Washington Post (Monkey Cage)
  • Clinton Embraces `Woman Card’ But Needs More to Beat Trump, Bloomberg
  • The Challenges Hillary Clinton and I Face Every Day, Huffington Post
  • A Look at President Obama’s Final State Union, Wisconsin Public Radio
  • Women Candidates Face Implicit Bias Hurdle, Scientific American
  • How Gender Bias Plays a Role in Elections, Huffington Post
  • She Gets No Respect: Sexism Persists, Even Among the Enlightened, New York Times
  • Bad News for Hillary?, Daily Mail UK
  • Voters Still See Women as Poor Leaders (But Good Assistants), Wired
  • Hidden Bias Says Women Don’t Look Like Leaders, Futurity
  • Not Just Anti-Hispanic, Slate
  • Mark Mellman: The Rising US Asian Electorate, The Hill
  • Shifts in the Way Asian Americans Vote, Voice of America Podcast
  • Trump Thinks that Being Born in the U.S. Shouldn’t Make You a Citizen, Washington Post (Monkey Cage)
  • Can the Republican Party Thrive on White Identity?, Washington Post (Monkey Cage)Why do Asian Americans Mostly Vote for Democrats?, Washington Post (Monkey Cage)
  • The Impact of the Asian American Vote, MSNBC (UP With Steve Kornacki)
  • How Voters Can Beat Special Interest Groups, Stanford Business Magazine
  • Would Voters Win if Politicians Got a Raise?, Futurity
  • Should We Pay Politicians More?, POLITICO
  • How Voters Can Beat Special Interest, Stanford Graduate School of Business
  • Blue Jay Game 3 and the Canadian Elections, CBC Radio (The Current with Anna Marie Tremonti)
  • Raises for Elected Representatives Could Lead to Better Representation, Vanderbilt News
  • Here’s Why Some Brazilian Politicians Could Want Their Team To Lose At The World Cup, Business Insider
  • Has Superstorm Sandy Chosen Who the Next US President Is?, Huffington Post
  • Sports Results Affect Voter Behavior, Scientific American
  • Will Ohio State’s Football Team Decide Who Wins the White House?, Slate
  • Football, Weather and Shark Attacks — The Irrational Voter’s Checklist, Washington Times
  • Vanderbilt Researcher Working to Fight Human Trafficking, Vanderbilt News
  • Vanderbilt Political Scientist Tapped To Help Find End To Human Trafficking, Nashville Public Radio
  • Vanderbilt Receives $1M Grant to Combat Child Labor, The Tennessean
  • USAID Announces Grants to Three Universities to Combat Human Trafficking, USAID
  • Bureau of International Labor Affairs Invests $11M to Strengthen Oversight and Effectiveness of Programs to Combat Child Labor and Forced Labor, US Department of Labor