Dr. Amanda Miller‘s research on relationships continues to gain attention — even “down under.”
Miller, associate professor of Sociology, was interviewed via satellite recently for The Morning Show, which is, not suprisingly, a morning show on Australian TV’s Seven Network. She and the perky hosts discussed how sharing household chores can help heat up the romance between domestic partners. Watch the clip
Dr. Nancy Steffel, professor in the School of Education, penned an opinion column for the latest issue of The Costco Connection, the nation’s largest-circulation monthly print publication, with 8.5 million subscribers in the U.S. and 13 million readers worldwide.
For a regular point-counterpoint feature in the magazine, Steffel took the “no” side of the question “Should homework be eliminated in elementary school?” She stressed, however, that homework for young kids is most effective as a family activity that demonstrates the relevance of the schoolwork. Her nuanced response can be read at this link.
Dr. Laura Albright, assistant professor of Political Science, has become one of central Indiana’s most sought-after political analysts, averaging multiple TV and radio interviews each day during the recent Republican and Democratic national conventions. Outside the local media, she spoke recently with The Atlantic magazine for a story headlined “America’s Next Chief Executive?”
And today, Albright was featured again nationally through “The Academic Minute,” a daily audio essay that airs throughout New England via the WAMC public radio network and also appears in the popular Inside Higher Ed e-newsletter. She spoke about one of her favorite research subjects, former Alabama Gov. Lurleen Wallace, and her niche in the history of women in American politics. Listen here