SESP in the Media: July 2017

SESP in the Media: July 2017

facultyAn ongoing, monthly roundup of appearances in the news media by School of Education and Social Policy faculty, researchers, and our community:

Sleep Review

July 31, 2017

When Violent Crime Strikes Nearby, Teen Sleep Patterns Change (features Emma Adam, Jennifer Heissel) 

The Guardian

July 31, 2017

High-crime communities associated with poor academic performance in children (features Emma Adam, Jennifer Heissel) 

Chicago Tonight, WTTW

July 28, 2017

Study Links Changes in Kids’ Sleep, Cortisol to Community Violence (features Emma Adam)

National Review

July 28, 2017

A New Blue-State Experiment with School Reform (features research by David Figlio)

Business Standard

July 25, 2017

Violent Crime Hits Kids' Sleep, Stress Levels (Features Emma Adam, Jennifer Heissel)

Additional Coverage: MedPage Today

Business Insider

July 25

Forget job or appearance — a psychologist says the most important quality in a romantic partner is much harder to spot (features Alexandra Solomon) 

Time Magazine

July 18

How You Can Help Save Local Kids From Going Hungry This Summer (by Diane Schanzenbach) 

By Julie Deardorff
Last Modified: 8/3/17