In the Media

Are we there yet? Going back to college, one lecture at a time

Psychology Associate Professor Alison Ledgerwood and the ISS conference series Leading Research in the Social Sciences Today was featured in this column in the Davis Enterprise.

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Meet the Khayrallah Center\u2019s New Post-Doc Fellow: Lily Balloffet

History Ph.D. candidate Lily Balloffet interviewed as part of winning a 2015-2016 Middle East Diaspora Post Doctoral Fellowship at NC State University.

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Debunking the Myth of the Job-stealing Immigrant

Research by economics Professor Giovanni Peri cited in New York Times Magazine.

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The 15 smartest US presidents of all time

Research by psychology Professor Dean Keith Simonton featured in Business Insider.

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It may never be too late to become a success

Psychology Professor Dean Keith Simonton quoted in the Seattle Times.

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Obama\u2019s community-college gamble

Center for Poverty Research Faculty Affiliate Michal Kurlaender mentioned in the Washington Post.

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The Science Of Monogamy

Research by psychology Professor Karen Bales cited in Capital Public Radio.

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All-powerful Democrats find new adversaries: each other

Research by the the UC Davis Center for Regional Change mentioned in the Los Angeles Times.

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Doing these three simple things will make you more charismatic

Research by psychology Distinguished Professor Dean Keith Simonton is cited in The Business Insider.

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Despite the Statistics, We Haven\u2019t Lost the War on Poverty

Economics Professors and Directors of the Center for Poverty Research Marianne Page and Ann Huff Stevens publish op-ed in TIME.

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Debt piled up

History Professor Eric Rauchway publishes a review in the Times Literary Supplement.

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A food stamps success story

Study co-authored by economics Ph.D. candidate Elira Kuka is cited by PBS.

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