See the CCAS faculty that received press coverage last month!
See the CCAS faculty that received press coverage last month!
Columbian College of Arts & Sciences: Faculty Getting Press
December 2021
Among the Columbian College faculty getting press during November were the following individuals:

Arts & Design

A. Scott Wood was featured by Voice of America in the segment “An Orchestra Returns.

Biology

Economics

Diana Furchtgott-Roth authored the article “Bad News On Airline Safety,” for Forbes. She was quoted by The New York Times in the article “Years of Delays, Billions in Overruns: The Dismal History of Big Infrastructure,” and by Marketplace in the article “Checking the roads and bridges to grandmother’s house.
Steven Hamilton co-authored the article “Vaccinating children is the final frontier in Australia’s COVID battle,” for The Sydney Morning Herald. He was also quoted by The Sydney Morning Herald in the article “Tax cut election pledge on the cards, blowing another hole in the budget.
Albert Keidel was quoted by China’s Xinhua News Agency in the article “China's WTO entry benefits U.S., global growth."

English

Maria Frawley was quoted by Smithsonian Magazine in the article “The Victorian Woman Writer Who Refused to Let Doctors Define Her.
Jung Yun’s new book, O Beautiful, has been mentioned in 28 articles and reviewed by seven publications

Geography

History

Media & Public Affairs

Political Science

Sarah Binder was quoted by The Boston Globe in the article “With little margin for error, Democrats in Washington scramble to enact Biden’s agenda and save their slim congressional majorities,” and by The Associated Press in the article “Biden Asking Democrats Do So Much With So Little in Congress.” She also authored the article “Three reasons Congress finally passed an infrastructure bill,” for The Washington Post. In addition, she was quoted by The Associated Press in the article “US-funded child care aid nearing reality with Biden bill,” and by The Financial Times in the article “‘A dangerous man’: the messy politics of Fed chair nominations.” She co-authored the article “Powell or Brainard? Why Biden’s Pick to Lead the Fed Matters Now,” for The New York Times. She was quoted by The Associated Press in the articles “Fed’s Powell will aim to win a high-stakes bet in 2nd term,” and “Biden aims to do what presidents often can't: Beat inflation.” Additionally, she was quoted by The Washington Post in the article “Biden reappointed Republican Jerome Powell to head the Fed. Why didn’t he pick a Democrat?
Samuel Goldman’s book was quoted by The Washington Post in the article “How conservatives can get nationalism right.
Iris Malone was quoted by WHYY-NPR, Philadelphia in the article “Police, constables in Pa. joined ‘anti-government’ Oath Keepers.
David Shambaugh was quoted by Taiwan’s Taipei Times in the article “Climate and China’s soft power,” and by Christian Science Monitor in the article “Biden and Xi ‘meet’ and agree: US-China competition, not conflict.” He also spoke to CNN’s “Special Report: China’s Iron Fist.
Christopher Warshaw was quoted by The Associated Press in the article “Gerrymandering Surges as States Redraw Maps for House Seats,” and by The Tulsa World in the article “How to gerrymander a political map.

Public Policy and Public Administration 

Sociology  

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