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Here are the latest headlines:
US News & World Report, Oct. 3: How Colleges Are Making Study Abroad Programs More Accessible
- Cheryl Young, associate vice president of Global Initiatives, is quoted in this article about barriers that may prevent some students from accessing study abroad.
BBC, Oct. 5: Why pansexuality is so often misunderstood
- April Callis, associate director of LGBTQ+ initiatives at the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion, is quoted in this article about the misconceptions of pansexuality.
- Research by Kate Rousmaniere, professor of Educational Leadership, is referenced in this article about the role that teachers play in the history of witch hunts.
- Megan Gerhardt, professor of Management, is quoted in this article about the grandfluencers of TikTok’s @RetirementHouse.
The Conversation, Oct. 10: Effort to recover Indigenous language also revitalizes culture, history and identity
- A Q-and-A with Daryl Baldwin, executive directive of the Myaamia Center and a member of the National Council on the Humanities, on the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma’s efforts working with a university to help bring Indigenous languages back.
Seattle Times, Oct. 14: An NYU professor got fired — then everyone missed the point
- Stacey Lowery Bretz, University Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, is quoted in this article about the fairness of “weed out courses” in college.
Freakonomics, Oct 16:Please Get Your Noise Out of My Ears
- Mack Hagood, associate professor of Media and Communication, discusses the impact of noise and sound on our modern world.
- Kimberly Hamlin, professor of History and Global and Intercultural Studies, is quoted in this article on the #MeToo movement and how it has evolved since its beginning five years ago.