SESP in the Media: May 2020

SESP in the Media: May 2020

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


The New York Times 

May 19, 2020

Facing Adulthood with an Economic Disaster's Lasting Scars (cites Hannes Schwandt's research)


The Chicago Tribune 

May 15, 2020

Parents of high school seniors feel the loss of graduation ceremonies too (quotes Alexandra Solomon)


Food and Environment Reporting Network 

May 14, 2020

Food insecurity doubles due to coronavirus, may exceed Great Recession (cites Diane Schanzenbach)


The Wall Street Journal 

May 9, 2020

The Class of 2020 Takes Flight as the Job Market Crashes (cites Hannes Schwandt's research)


Business Insider

May 9, 2020

It might take up to 15 years for the class of 2020 to catch up financially, but a recession expert says there's an upside to graduating right now (quotes Hannes Schwandt)


The New York Times

May 6, 2020

As Hunger Swells, Food Stamps Become a Partisan Flash Point (quotes Diane Schanzenbach)

Republished by:

  • The Baltimore Sun 5/6

Brookings

May 6, 2020 

The COVID-19 crisis has already left too many children hungry in America (quotes Diane Schanzebach)


Agence France-Presse

May 6, 2020

Lockdown love: How singles are reinventing dating as people stay home (quotes Alexandra Solomon)


Food and Environment Reporting Network

May 5, 2020

USDA food boxes for charity called ‘inefficient’ (cites research by Diane Schanzenbach)  


WTTW

May 4, 2020 

Pandemic Parenting: Helping Kids Cope with COVID-19 (quotes Alexandra Solomon)


Medill Reports

May 4, 2020

Guided through Stress: Chicago Intervention Program Mentors Youth Through Poverty-Related Trauma (quotes and cites research by Emma Adam)


Politico

May 2, 2020

Coronavirus gets a promising drug. MAGA world isn’t buying it. (quotes David Rapp)


 

By Julie Deardorff
Last Modified: 5/27/20