January 2017

H. Luke Shaefer was mentioned by KCBS-AM in a broadcast on 1/3/2017.

FOX News mentioned Philip Veliz in “Teen drug use may not be tied to sports participation.”

Ronald Inglehart was mentioned by The New York Times in “A Threat to U.S. Democracy: Political Dysfunction.”

WRAL.com cited Lloyd Johnston, Monitoring the Future, and the Institute for Social Research in “Parenting may be factor in decline of alcohol and drug abuse in American teens.”

Helen Levy and the Institute for Social Research were mentioned by four outlets, including IT Business Net, in “Medicaid expansion boosts Michigan’s economy and will more than pay for itself, U-M study finds.”

Detroit Free Press cited Vincent Hutchings in “What happens with Trump, Clinton supporters in a room?

The Michigan Daily mentioned RacismLab and the Institute for Social Research in two articles, including “Claudia Rankine discusses American racism through her poetry.”

Robert Sellers was mentioned by MLive in “Martin Luther King Jr. told U-M crowd to live as brother or face dying as fools.”

The New York Times mentioned Jerry Davis in “A Rare Corner of Finance Where Women Dominate.”

Poverty Solutions and H. Luke Shaefer were cited by two outlets, including Crain’s Detroit Business in “University of Michigan projects to address poverty.”

The Hill mentioned Survey of Consumers in “Perception is reality: households still don’t expect rising prices.”

Poverty Solutions and Luke Shaefer were mentioned by MLive in “U-M anti-poverty effort seeks to tackle issue, make ‘real difference’.”

The Chicago Tribune cited Monitoring the Future in “Vlad the Extinguisher.”

Colleen Seifert was mentioned by POLITICO Magazine in “Trump’s Lies vs. Your Brain.”

The Detroit Free Press mentioned Hoyt Bleakley in “It’s official policy now: Trump to renegotiate NAFTA.”

Yan Chen and the Institute for Social Research were cited by Philanthropy News Digest in “Team-Based Approach Boosts Charitable Lending, Studies find.”

Five outlets, including Health, mentioned Arline Geronimus, Nicole Novak, and the Institute for Social Research in “Deportation Fears Tied to Poor Birth Outcomes for Hispanics.”

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by Tech Times in “Your Roommate’s Genes Can Influence Your Health: Study.”

The Michigan Daily mentioned the Institute for Social Research and Daniel Kruger in “University research discovers link between phantom phone calls and cell phone dependency.”

Two outlets, including Becker’s Hospital Review, mentioned Helen Levy and the Institute for Social Research in “Unpaid bills, charity care down 50% at Michigan hospitals after Medicaid expansion.”