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Sunday, January 4
   Ask Dr Nandi in the Tropics (Jamaica Observer)

Friday, January 2
   Readorama: Baghdad-born poet Dunya Mikhail to read in Kansas City (Kansas City Star)

Tuesday, December 23
   Beaumont doctor shares inspirational patient stories in new book (Oakland Press)

Sunday, December 21
   Make winter break a blast – not a "blow out" (O&E)

Friday, December 19
   Why Cuban Beaches Remain Out of Reach for Most Americans (Men's Journal)
   Allar steps down after nine years on Brandon Board of Education (Lake Orion Review)

Wednesday, December 17
   Can Birth Control Change the Partner You Choose? (Yahoo Health)

Monday, December 15
   Robot revolution? 70 spine surgeons using robotic systems (Becker Spine Review)
   McLaren Health Care Names Bill Hardimon as President and CEO of McLaren Medical Group (Business WIre)

Sunday, December 14
   Keeping it safe at home for the holidays (O&E)

Friday, December 12
   Oakland, Livingston counties: Affluent, well-educated -- and less likely to vaccinate (Mlive)

Monday, December 8
   Graduate School of Excellence "Materials Science in Mainz" awards Visiting Professorships 2014 (Alpha Galileo)

Sunday, December 7
   Tech transfer office can help a professor turn intellectual gifts into gold (Crain's)

Thursday, November 27
   Giving thanks reduces negativity (Oakland Press)

Tuesday, November 25
   Michigan’s school vaccination exemption trend needs to be reversed (Oakland Press)

Thursday, December 4
   Point of Contention: The Debate Over Morcellation (MedPage Today)

Wednesday, November 26
   Readers sound off on vaccinations (Oakland Press)

Tuesday, November 25
   Hydration crisis: Exercise science program explores the value of proper hydration (Patch.com)
   2015 ACGME honorees named (American Academy of Pediatrics)

Monday, November 24
   Women with male friends have more sex (Cosmopolitan)
   Women With More Male Friends Have More Sex, Study Says, Because Evolution Is Weird (Bustle.com)

Saturday, November 22
   A few tips on playing 'healthy hoops' (Hometown Life)

Thursday, November 20
   Women With More Male Friends Have More Sex In Their Relationships, Study Says (Huffington Post)

Wednesday, November 19
   Household Incomes still below pre-recession levels (Patch.com)

Tuesday, November 18
   Schools Often Fail to Follow Their Own Written Wellness Policies (Center for Advancing Health)
   Household Income in Metro Detroit Remains Below 2008 Levels (dBusiness)

Monday, November 17
   9 New Ways to Deepen Your Relationship Bond (Huffington Post)

Friday, November 14
   Bioethics and the hidden curriculum (Oxford University Press)
   Oakland County GOP wants its executive on ballot in midterm election year (Crain's Detroit Business)

Thursday, November 13
   Increasing male friend count leads to more sex' (Business Standard.com)

Monday, November 10
   Woman's claim for right to die in Oregon raises memories of Kevorkian (Oakland Press)
   Q&A: Behind the Math Standards (Education Week)
   Looking for financial help? Start with FAFSA (Lansing State Journal)

Sunday, November 9
   Working in the yard can be a good workout (Hometown Life)

Friday, November 7
   The Prevalence of Uncontrolled Pain in Long-Term Care: A Pilot Study Examining Outcomes of Pain Management Processes (Healio.com)
   Michigan and county voters split on races for governor, U.S. Senate (Oakland Press)

Thursday, November 6
   DULIO: Could GOP control lead to less gridlock? (Oakland Press)

Wednesday, November 5
   With Smart Mentoring, Bosses Steer Future Stars Today (Investors.com)

Tuesday, November 4
   GoCode: Coding Bootcamp in Costa Rica (Instapaper.com)
   Award-winning children"s author and literacy expert to speak in Emporia (Emporia State University Gazette)
   OU political science profs predict Snyder win in close race for governor (Oakland Press)

Monday, November 3
   Oakland University professor launching journal for interdisciplinary research in evolutionary psychology (Patch.com)

Sunday, November 2
   On the rebound: Oakland County growing again with jobs, real estate development (Crain's Detroit Business)
   Beaumont neuroscience team opens concussion clinic (Hometown Life)

Friday, October 31
   Lots of open U.S. House seats in Michigan this year (Crain's Detroit Business)

Wednesday, October 29
   Henry Ford Neuroscience Researcher Wins Prestigious Stroke Award (Henry Ford.com)

Tuesday, October 28
   OU eye researcher dedicates life to finding cause for cataracts (Oakland Press)

Monday, October 27
   OU eye researcher dedicates life to finding cause for cataracts (Oakland Press)

Sunday, October 26
   Michigan voters sending new faces to Congress (Times Herald)

Friday, October 24
   Snyder has $1.8M, Schauer $1.4M for final campaign push (Free Press)

Thursday, October 23
   OU Professor Prepares Students For Detroit"s New Economy (CBS Detroit)
   Who runs the schools? (Sherman Publications)

Wednesday, October 22
   Political intrigue, infighting dog key Michigan congressional seat (Free Press)
   Political intrigue, infighting dog key Michigan congressional seat (Free Press)

Monday, October 20
   Defenders: Butane drug mix has potentially explosive consequences (WDIV Detroit)

Tuesday, October 14
   2014 Community Leadership Award Recipients (EduCause.edu)

Thursday, October 9
   Oakland University Professor: SE Michigan Manufacturing Jobs Ahead of National Average (Patch.com)
   Oakland University Economics professor: Southeastern Michigan manufacturing jobs are on the rise (Automation Alley)

Wednesday, October 8
   A dead metro mall is unlikely grave site for forgotten elephant film star (Free Press)

Tuesday, October 7
   Look Out For A Lunar Eclipse Or "Blood Moon" Wednesday Morning (CBS Detroit)

Saturday, October 4
   How learning Russian can make you better at math (Quartz Magazine)
   Professor: Math Mastery Requires Practice, Not Common-Core's 'Conceptual Understanding' (Education Week)

Thursday, October 2
   How I Rewired My Brain to Become Fluent in Math (Nautilus Magazine)
   Author speaks about women in STEM (CMU Life)
   Building better brains (CMU Life)

Wednesday, October 1
   Oakland University professor to lead Healthy Pontiac, We Can! project (Patch.com)

Tuesday, September 30
   Barbara Oakley: How We Should Be Teaching Math (Wall Street Journal)
   A Common-Sense Approach to Common Core Math, Part III: Drawing Diagrams for Dividing Fractions (Heartland.com)

Saturday, September 27
   Joint pain common for boomer women (Free Press)

Friday, September 26
   This Physicist Says She Has Proof Black Holes Simply Don't Exist (Huffington Post)

Wednesday, September 24
   Is the iPhone 6 Plus Too Big for Normal Hands? (Health Up.com)
   Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Classroom (Michigan Chronicle)
   After ripping Peters, Land cuts ties to firm (Detroit News)

Wednesday, September 17
   Partial Breast Irradiation With Interstitial Brachytherapy Appears Appropriate For Women Previously Considered Unsuitable (Med India)
   Partial Breast Irradiation With Interstitial Brachytherapy Appears Appropriate For Women Previously Considered Unsuitable (Med India)

Tuesday, September 16
   Is it lust or is it love? (You Tube)
   Ovshinsky's dream shines on in solar firm (Crain's Detroit Business)

Monday, September 15
   Nature walk, night sky event planned at Elvyn Lea Lodge (Petoskey News)
   Dr. Joe: Sports injuries, complaints need proper attention (Observer & Eccentric)
   Mad men: How to change the tide of domestic violence (Free Press)

Sunday, September 14
   Troy Chamber to host industry specialists at public relations seminar (Macomb Daily)

Friday, September 12
   Nation struggles with education reform, poor academic performance in international rankings (North East Public Radio)
   Expert: T.J. Lane should have been in maximum-security prison (CBS Deroit)
   Researchers Want To Know: Why Would You Stay Friends With Your Ex? (CBS Detroit)

Thursday, September 11
   Compuware shareholder files suit to force better deal in sale of company (Detroit News)
   Performers love escape, audience participation at Michigan Renaissance Festival (Oakland Press)

Tuesday, September 9
   Nomogram Could Guide Use of Radiation in Breast Cancer (Cancer Network)
   Gilda Snowden, Beloved Detroit Artist And Educator, Dies At 60 (Huffington Post)

Friday, September 5
   To Master Test Material, Give Your Brain a Break (PRI Science Friday)
   Salvage treatment conferred favorable outcomes in early-stage breast cancer (Healio.com)

Thursday, September 4
   How Pinball Helps Explain Ways We Think and Learn (PRI Science Friday)
   Oakland County will honor the thousands who died on 9/11 (Oakland Press)
   Does Increased DPO Actually Destroy Enterprise Value? (Spend Matters.com)

Wednesday, September 3
   OU’s top technology officer recognized with community leadership award (Automation Alley)

Thursday, August 28
   Environmental activists seek pollution solutions for Lake St. Clair (Macomb Daily)
   Environmental activists call for pollution solutions (Macomb Daily)

Friday, August 22
   The verdict is out (Jewish News)

Thursday, August 21
   STATE: What’s in the numbers in Michigan’s U.S. Senate race (Advisor & Source Newspapers)

Friday, August 15
   Birdsong flies over the flow (Trinidad & Tabego Guardian)

Monday, August 11
   Weekly Poem: Alison Powell dissects myths to uncover human complexity (PBS.com)

Saturday, August 9
   Ultrarunning tests the outer boundaries of human endurance, but doctors say it's still safe (Public Radio International)

Friday, August 8
   Winner isn't always the candidate with the most money (Oakland Press)

Wednesday, August 6
   Oakland University course teaches business and engineering students how to compete in a connected world (Workforce Intelligence Network)
   Why 2PM Is The Perfect Time To Take A Walk (Yahoo News)
   Senior centers sizzle with summer happenings (C&G Newspapers)
   New Study Reveals Costs Of Bad Supplier Relationships (Forbes Magazine)

Monday, August 4
   Tortoises Show Off Smarts by Mastering Touch-Screen Tech (Yahoo News)
   Research collaborates with student athletes to study effects of protein supplements (Med Xpress)
   New Study by Planning Perspectives, Inc. Shows Automakers Could Increase Profits by Millions by Improving their Supplier Relations (Ajax World Magazine)

Sunday, August 3
   Physician's Assistants paradox: Despite interest, demand there's dearth of training slots (Crain's Detroit Business)

Friday, August 1
   LinkedIn : Professor's 'Pet Project' is Internet's No. 1 Source on the Erdos Number, a Bit of Mathematical Folklore (4traders.com)

Tuesday, July 29
   The Challenge of Shared Data and Apps in a BYOD Environment (Huffington Post)

Friday, July 25
   Is eight hours sleep too much? (Oakland Press)

Monday, July 21
   Multiple Lovers, Without Jealousy (The Atlantic)

Monday, July 28, 2014
   Miss Manners? Not quite!: Native Detroiter finds niche giving others advice (Free Press)
   Applying Ergonomics in Improving the Musculoskeletal Disorders (BizWire)

Wednesday, July 23, 2014
   ESPN Force Feeds Us A LeBron Story Because They’re Butthurt They Didn’t Get His Decision This Time (Bmore2Boston.com)
   Recent report points to job growth despite minimum wage increase (Oakland Press)

Tuesday, July 22, 2014
   Diverse means: Month-long pipeline program concludes 5th year (Legal News)

Monday, July 21, 2014
   Multiple Lovers, Without Jealousy (The Atlantic)
   Local celebrities turn out for a cause near and dear to late Sparky Anderson (WXYZ)

Friday, July 18, 2014
   Oakland University report: SE Michigan experts, business owners optimistic about economy; consumers unsure (Automation Alley)
   Oakland University professor: Malaysian Air crash could ‘escalate tensions' (Oakland Press)

Thursday, July 17, 2014
   Know Your Health Now Partners with Nationally Recognized Dr. Partha Nandi (BizWire)
   Chuck Moss: Bring our money back home from Lansing (Hometown Newspapers)

Tuesday, July 15, 2014
   Is eight hours sleep too much? (Oakland Press)

Monday, July 14, 2014
   Dr. Craig Martin Subverting Aristotle: Religion, History, and Philosophy in Early Modern Science (New Books in Science, Tech, & Society)
   OU Report: Business Experts ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ on Economy (dBusiness)

Sunday, July 13, 2014
   Campus Perks You Miss with an Online Engineering Masters (Engineering.com)
   Survey: Economists upbeat about economy, consumers wary (Crain's)

Wednesday, July 9, 2014
   Farmington Hills-produced TV show gets Michigan film incentives (Oakland Press)

Thursday, July 3, 2014
   Those Liars Lied To Us About Our Lying Habits (Esquire)
   E-cigarette policies vary across Oakland County (Oakland Press)

Tuesday, June 17, 2014
   Multiple generations of homeless Detroiters find stability in recently rehabbed Bell Building (Model D)

Wedensday, June 11, 2014
   Thinking robots could be the future (C&G News)

Tuesday, June 10, 2014
   Daniel Burnett: Can history know-nothings sustain our American republic? (Providence Journal)

Monday, June 9, 2014
   The Politics of Race in Rap (Busby Way)

Wednesday, June 4, 2014
   Valpak® Survey Finds Savers, not Spenders, are the New Sexy (The Telegraph, Calcutta)

Monday, June 2, 2014
   Campaign funding (Downtown Publications)

Friday, May 30, 2014
   How Spiteful Are You? Take The Quiz (WWJ-TV)
   New Book and HBO Film Bring Issue off AIIDS Prevention Back to Light (Digital Journal)

Thursday, May 29, 2014
   Detroit's New Task Force Report Is "Blight" On Cue (Huffington News)

Friday, May 16, 2014
   Local Ukrainian leader will help monitor election in homeland (Macomb Daily)
   Industrial Machinery Market Growth to Double in 2014 (Control Design)

Wednesday, May 14, 2014
   Canine geniuses? Why some animals are much smarter than we think (Salon)

Tuesday, May 13, 2014
   2014 Automotive OEM-Supplier Relations Study shows Toyota and Honda on top (Supply & Demand Chain Executive)
   2014 Annual Automotive OEM-Supplier Relations Study Shows Toyota And Honda On Top; Nissan Displacing (PR Race Wire)

Monday, May 12, 2014
   Homeless groups say clients struggle for IDs (Free Press)
   Why Do Suppliers Prefer Working With Japanese Car Companies? (WWJ-CBS)
   Chrysler, GM, Ford still have poor relations with suppliers, report says (Crain's)
   Fund alerts and market update alerts (Globe & Advisor)

Thursday, May 8, 2014
   Solen Years *interview with Daniel Meknes (Jewish News)
   A Mind For Numbers: An Interview With Barbara Oakley (Geek Mom)

Tuesday, May 6 , 2014
   Ablative Solutions Strengthens Its Scientific Advisory Board (Pharma Focus Asia)

Tuesday, April 29, 2014
   Local physicians urge parents to have infants and children vaccinated (Oakland Press)

Wednesday, April 30, 2014
   ‘Psychic Surgeons’ Say They Can Operate With Bare Hands (Epoch Times)

Monday, April 28, 2014
   Business Experts, Consumers Disagree on Raising Minimum Wage (dBsuiness)

Saturday, April 26, 2014
   Michigan Earth Day Fest this weekend in Rochester (WXYZ)

Friday, April 25, 2014
   Independent 8th District candidate proposes end to zero sum political solutions (WKAR)

Wednesday, April 23, 2014
   WSU researchers tackle 'virtually ignored' psychological study of spite (Sciene Codex)
   From diploma to résumé (C&G News)
   Creative Edge Nutrition Inc. Appoints Dr. David L. Felten, M.D., Ph.D. to Board of Directors (Wall Street Journal)

Tuesday, April 22, 2014
   Supreme Court upholds affirmative action ban (Royal Oak Daily Tribune)

Monday, April 21, 2014
   Detroit workers speak out against water shutoffs (World Socialist Web Site)
   Research explores health care support for young adults with ASD (Medical XPress)

Tuesday, April 15, 2014
   More schools open special programs to students from other districts (Oakland Press)

Sunday, April 13, 2014
   Internship shouldn't be a learning experience for company (Crain's)

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
   Orion builds business with Beaumont (Clarkston News)

Wednesday, April 2, 2014
   Female Congress members toughest on GM CEO Barra (Detroit News)
   6 questions you SHOULD ask about her ex (Ynaija.com)

Monday, March 31, 2014
   Take Part In The American Heart Association Heart Chase (WWJ)

Sunday, March 30, 2014
   Ambiguity in dating is confusing long-term relationships (GoErie.com)

Monday, March 24, 2014
   Schuette defends gay marriage appeal as he begins re-election drive (Detroit News)

Friday, March 21, 2014
      Oakland County hospitals use heart technology to save lives (Oakland Press)

Thursday, March 20, 2014
      Troops ready for war with Russia, local Ukrainian leader says (Macomb Daily)

Monday, March 17, 2014
      Marijuana activists prepare for new campaigns in Michigan cities, including East Lansing (Lansing State Journal)

Thursday, March 13, 2014
      Kevyn Orr Makes Columnist Think Of Nazi War Criminal Adolf Eichmann (Deadline Detroit)
      Stress Disorder Could Qualify For Medical Pot (Monroe Daily News)
      Empirical Bioscience to Increase Annual Production of MeanGreen Reagents to Meet Customer PCR Demand (PR Web)

Tuesday, March 11, 2014
      OU experts say U.S. can't stop Putin in Crimea (PUB)

Thursday, March 6, 2014
      Promising results from minimally invasive back surgery (Medical News Today)

Wednesday, March 5, 2014
      Time Mag Rolls Out Web Redesign as Newsweek Returns to Print in the Same Week (Automation Alley)
      Economic Outlook luncheon eyes development (C&G News)

Saturday, March 1, 2014
      Parenting strategies delivered at CARE conference March 8 (Oakland Press)
      Patients with painful facial nerve disorder benefit from nonsurgical Gamma Knife stereotactic radiosurgery (Medical News Today)

Monday, Feb. 24, 2014
      John Dingell 'a giant' in the history of Congress (Detroit News)

Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014
      Michigan’s Dingell, Longest Serving U.S. Congressman, Cites Partisan Gridlock in Retirement (Troy Patch)
      Blurred Lines in the Culture War (Stanford Daily)

Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014
      Proposed Comcast, Time Warner cable TV deal faces antitrust scrutiny, consumer opposition (Free Press)

Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014
      What local firms seek from schools: Leadership lessons (Crain’s)

Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014
      Snyder to launch bid for re-election Monday (Detroit News)
      Impact of Michigan’s Film Incentives Under Debate (dBusiness)

Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014
      Dr. Satwant Kaur Makes Technology Predictions for 2014 (BizWire)

Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2014
      Beaumont Children's Hospital opens headache (O&E)
      Obesity as a global issue topic of program tonight (Quad City Times)
      The Oakland County Executive's Elite 40 under 40 Class of 2014 is Ready - Public Picks the Winner Online (Noodls)

Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014
      Ten Mile Building renamed C. Robert Maxfield Education Center (C&G News)

Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014
      Public Asked to Help L’Anse Creuse Schools Shape Strategic Plan (Clinton Twp. Patch)
      How Michigan's colleges and universities rank on tough new teacher certification tests (Mlive)
      Not all Popes are Wise Men (Religious News Services)

Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2014
      Michigan beach tests awash in controversy (Detroit News)



OU Experts in the News 2013

Thursday, Dec. 19, 2013
      L'Anse Creuse kicks off strategic planning with message from OU educator (The Voice)

Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013
      West Bloomfield 'Love Doctor' Special Airs on WTVS Thursday (W. Bloomfield Patch)

Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013
      Why an antibiotic may not be the answer to our sickness (Oakland Press)

Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013
      Dr. John Kinkel Publishes New Book PAPAL PARALYSIS (Broadway World)

Friday, Nov. 29, 2013
      US state sees auto jobs going high-tech (In Auto News)

Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013
      John Kinkel Publishes New Book, Papal Paralysis: How the Vatican Dealt with the AIDS Crisis (Digital Journal)

Monday, Nov. 25, 2013
      Calif. nonprofit plans clinical lab in Plymouth to help biotech startups (Crain's)

Friday, Nov. 22, 2013
      Nothing prepares you for the loss of a spouse (Free Press)

Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013
      OU report: Metropolitan Detroit's economic outlook continues to improve (dbusiness)

Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013
      Voter turnout tops 25% in Detroit (Free Press)
      When it comes to marital satisfaction, women are in the driver's seat (Lifestyle)

Monday, Oct. 31
      Millennials are challenging corporate culture – but maybe they're on to something (Corp!)

Monday, Oct. 22
      Experts, consumers differ on impact of Detroit's bankruptcy (dbusiness)

Thursday, Oct. 15
      Economists predict slow growth in southeastern Michigan (dbusiness)

Wednesday, Oct. 9
      Clarinetist David Bennett on the rise with new album, Carnegie Hall gig (Detroit News)

Friday, Sept. 13
      Savana Ciavatta - WLNS News Team (WLNS.com)
Tuesday, July 9
      No Physical Contact But Most Feel Sexting is Cheating (CBS Detroit)

Friday, July 5
      Cunnilingus-assisted orgasm may not be such a big mystery (Science Alert!)

Sunday, June 9, 2013
      Kevorkian shifted public view on assisted suicide (Oakland Press)

Monday, May 13, 2013
      Proud to represent his rich Indian heritage abroad (The New Indian Express)
      Sears Holdings names Jeff Balagna executive vice president and chief information officer (International Supermarket News)

Friday, May 3, 2013
      Sexual abuse survivor shares story to inspire (Keloland TV)

Wednesday, May 1, 2013
      Miss Michigan visits Trenton, celebrates gas station grand opening (Trenton-Gross Ile Patch)
      Saving the planet: Attorney helps balance environmental concerns with needs of society (Legal News)

Tuesday, April 30, 2013
      Laura Berman: A battle to right a wrong border (Detroit News)

Saturday, April 20, 2013
      Professor: Region perfect for terrorist breeding ground (Oakland Press)
      Michigan poets discuss National Poetry Month 2013 (Free Press)

Friday, April 19, 2013
      Greg Jamian Appointed to Commissioner of the Oakland County Parks and Recreation Commission, Michigan (Yahoo News)
      Author, CMU alum Daniel H. Wilson kicks off Robotics Week (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Monday, Feb. 18, 2013
   Prison and the Poverty Trap (NY Times)

Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013
   Solar panels part of OU professor's plan to create net zero home (Fox Detroit)

Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013
   Poetry award goes to Oakland University prof (Detroit News)

Monday, Feb. 5, 2013
   Chrysler one of the big winners in Super Bowl commercials (Oakland Press)

Friday, Feb. 1, 2013
   Claremont announces shortlist for the Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award (LA Times)

Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013
   OU professor speaks out on Algerian hostage crisis (Oakland Press)
   LTU president receives distinguished alumnus award (Oakland Press)

Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013
   OU names associate vice president of communications and marketing (Oakland Press)

Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013
   Baskin's public affairs television show to feature Oakland charities (Oakland Press)



OU Experts in the News 2012

Monday, Dec. 17, 2012
   Local store owner: 'Preppers stocking up whether or no apocalypse is imminent (Oakland Press)

Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012
      Forget the stereotypes: Men really want warmth and affection from women (Free Press)

Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012
      Despite entrenched factions, two-party system likely to remain (Oakland Press)

Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012
   Dulio: The race to 270 (Detroit News)

Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012
   3 races key to Mich. Congress delegation control (San Francisco Chronicle)

Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012
   OU political science chairman: storm could affect election (Oakland Press)
   Surprise: PR Nightmare didn't damage Chick-fil-A (USA Today)

Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2012
   Experts: Debate evenly matched (Detroit News)

Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012
   Oakland U coach breaks silence about sexual abuse (Seattle Times)

Friday, Oct. 5, 2012
   Help, don't punish, families with truant children (Detroit News)
   Health care act's glaring omission: Liability reform (CNN)

Sunday, Sept. 30, 2012
   Social media is a growing force in race to the White House (Oakland Press)

Friday, Sept. 28, 2012
   Cardiac arrests at school usually not in students (Chicago Tribune)

Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012
   UWM announces new associate vice chancellor for alumni relations (Journal Sentinel)

Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012
      On Frogs, Fungi, and the New News Process (NY Times)

Monday, Aug. 13, 2012
      Global Warming: Good for parasites (The Press-Enterprise)

Monday, July 23, 2012
      Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast with ... Terri Orbuch (Pittsburgh Post Gazette)

Friday, July 20, 2012
      What's so good about being selfless? (Washington Times)

Monday, July 2, 2012
      Fulbright scholar, OU engineers team up for robot design (Oakland Press)

Monday, June 18, 2012
      Black Bears also have counting ability (Business Standard)

Friday, May 18, 2012
      Rejected New Yorker Covers (NY Times)

Saturday, May 5, 2012
      When doing good is bad (Winnipeg Free Press)

Wednesday, April 25, 2012
      Henry Baskin (Oakland Press)

Wednesday, March 7, 2012
   Evolution and Limbaugh's insult (The Inquirer)

Monday, March 5, 2012
   It's wrong to say broadcasting's not a real job (Daily Sun - Lagos, Nigeria)

Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012
      Former Oakland Press editor: Michigan's primary election laws pose a 'serious ethical issue' for journalists (MLive.com)

Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2012
   Michigan key in GOP primary (Free Press)

Friday, Feb. 3, 2012
      WJBK-TV executive Murri known as an 'exceptional leader' (Free Press)

Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012
      Departing Ford exec led auto changes (Detroit News)

Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2012
      Symposium to focus on moving Pontiac forward (Oakland Press)

Monday, Jan. 16, 2012
      Speaking Out: Leaders share their perspectives (X-ology)

Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012
      Academic Labor and the Literature of Discontent in Communication (Sudan Vision)



OU Experts in the News 2011

Friday, Nov. 25
      Oakland GOP debate seminal moment for field (Detroit News)

Thursday, Nov. 24
      Women fake orgasms to stop men being unfaithful, claims study (Huffington Post UK)

Tuesday, Oct. 4
   Medical marijuana laws expose inconsistencies of U.S. drug policy (Oakland Press)

Monday, Oct. 3
   Has Michigan's medical marijuana law made pot more socially acceptable? (Oakland Press)

Thursday, Sept. 29
      Talbert excited about school district's potential (Rochester Hills Patch)

Monday, Sept. 26
      Officials use legal means to settle disputes (Oakland Press)



OU Experts in the News 2010

Wednesday, Dec. 22
      Obamacare ruling is off the mark (Detroit News)

Friday, Nov. 19
      Oakland finance experts weigh in on GM's chances (Oakland Press)

Sunday, July 4
      Michigan candidates happy to mix sports & politics (Associated Press)

Tuesday, May 11
      OU professor impressed with Supreme Court pick (Oakland Press)

Friday, April 30
      Local environmentalists call oil spill a tragedy (Oakland Press)

Friday, April 1
      Dr. Tachung (T.C.) Yih (X-ology)
      Dr. David L. Felten (X-ology)



OU Experts in the News 2009

Sunday, Nov. 29
      Relationship expert will be guest on show (O & E)

Thursday, Nov. 5
      Author shares tips for a great marriage (Oakland Press)

Thursday, Oct. 22
      WebMD co-founder aims to change the way drug samples are dispensed with SampleMD (WebMD)

Monday, Oct. 19
      Bill aims to clarify campus gun laws (Capital News Service)

Sunday, Sept. 27
      Americans are angry ... again (Oakland Press)

Sunday, Sept. 13
      Five questions with Cindy Hermsen (Free Press)

August 25, 2009
      Scientists study 7,000-year-old trees in Lake Huron (Oakland Press)

July 22, 2009
      'Teacher's Pet' program changes destiny of kids, dogs (USA Today)

July 9, 2009
      The mother of the Uigher movement ... (Washington Post)

July 8, 2009
      Tensions flare between China's Uighars, Hans (National Public Radio)

July 1, 2009
      Promise Zone Authority members announced (Oakland Press)

June 18, 2009
      Digging for history: Group may have found a historic barn (Oakland Press)