March 2017

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by The Indy in “Club’s Impact Yields a Daily Tally.”

The Hill cited the Institute for Social Research in “Trump’s early economic success reveals Obama failures, could presage 2020 landslide.”

The Health and Retirement Study was referenced by The Detroit News in “Healthy Michigan in limbo with House GOP overhaul.”

Next Avenue mentioned Kira Birditt in “The 6 Things You Shouldn’t Say to Your Adult Child.”

James Hilton was mentioned by MLive in “UM launches digital teach-out series focusing on current topics.”

New York Post referenced the Panel Study of Income Dynamics in “Children of single parents grow up just as successful as peers.”

NPR cited data associated with the Institute for Research on Innovation and Science in “Trump Administration Proposes Big Cuts in Medical Research.”

Work by Sara Konrath and Yioryos Nardis was referenced by Bustle in “30 Reasons You Need To Do A Digital Detox Right Now.”

The Chicago Tribune mentioned Carolyn Yoon in “Can Siri or Alexa replace your need for friends? Well, maybe.”

David Dunning was mentioned by NYMag in “Even Work-Life Balancing Experts Are Awful at Balancing Work and Life.”

The New York Times featured Scott Page in “Diversity, the Opportunity.”

Institute for Research on Innovation and Science collaborator Bruce Weinberg wrote a piece in The Conversation called “Who feels the pain of science research budget cuts?