Congratulations to our 2017-18 Public Voices Fellows!
Fellows and Publications
Sarah J. Bartolome, Music Studies, Bienen School of Music
- The Case of the White Black Panther Orchestra
- Music is Non-Binary: Where are the Transgender Musicians?
- Trans and Open: Education is Key to Making This a Sign of the Times
Sherwin Bryant, African American Studies, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
Jian Cao, Mechanical Engineering, McCormick School of Engineering
- Finding the Way to Tariff-Proof Manufacturing
- Machinery Investment, Not Trade Agreements, are the Problem with Asia
Erin Delaney, Associate Professor of Law, Pritzker School of Law
Michelle Falkoff, Communication and Legal Reasoning, Pritzker School of Law
- On Literary Grifters and Predators
- Writing Affirmative Sexual Consent Into YA Novels: Teens Need Healthy Models in Fiction Too
- Thoughts on Tenure and Free Speech From an Untenured Faculty Member
- Guest Post: Who Is This Book For?
- Why We Must Stop Relying on Student Ratings of Teaching
- Maybe Lawyers are What's Missing From Our Government
- Kidlit's Own #MeToo
- Three Lessons the New England Patriots Teach Beyond Football
- Looking to Fiction for Insights on Suicide
- Crossing the YA Bridge: Book Recommendations for All
- Democracy Now Leans on the Expertise of Lawyers and Rule of Law
John Franklin, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Feinberg School of Medicine
- What Helps for Depression When Medications Don't?
- Fit to Serve: What is Mental Fitness Anyway?
- Diversity in Health Care and Medical Training Save Lives
- Behaviorism Fails: Why the Skinnerian World of Trump is Flipped
- Healthy Brain Intake: Modify Your News Habits to Ease Your Mind
Jordan Gans-Morse, Political Science, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
- contributor in What Trump and Putin Want from Their Historic Summit
- Putin's Temporary Dominance Masks Uncertain Future
- US Weakness to Blame for Russian Interference-- They Exploited Our Vulnerabilities
- Ukraine's Own Government is Trying to Derail the Fight Against Corruption
- Reality Has But One Side
Angela Lawson, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Feinberg School of Medicine
- The Dangers of Secrecy in Egg and Sperm Donation
- Glamorizing Egg Freezing Can Have Devastating Consequences
- Twins May Be Cute But They Can Also Be Dangerous
- New Personhood Pushes Renew Threats to IVF
- Where Have All the Good Men Gone? Include Them In Sexual Violence Prevention
- Workplace Conduct Under Scrutiny
- A Cautionary Tale: When Sexual Harassment and Surrogacy Collide
- The Need to be Trans-Parent: Fertility Conversations a Must for Transgender Individuals
- Forcing Sexual Harassment Reporting on Campus can Have a Chilling Effect
- Believe It or Not: Sexual Harassment and Credibility of Victims at Play
- A Woman's Chances of Getting Pregnant Depends on Her Biology
Viorica Marian, Communication Sciences and Disorders, School of Communication
- How to Raise a Bilingual Child: Seven Strategies for Success
- The Surprising Power of Language Over Memory and Choice
- quoted in the Chicago Tribune: The Other Yanny vs. Laurel: How Learning a 2nd Language Alters Sensory Perception
- interviewed on WTTW: NU Professor's Joke Tweet Goes Viral but Also Sparks Backlash
- Going Viral: The Good, the Bad, and the Food for Thought
- Help Combat Discrimination by Understanding the Origins of African American English
- interviewed on Voice of Islam
- The US Needs to Embrace Multilingual Education-- Our Children Will Benefit From It
- quoted in World Economic Forum: Why Speaking More Than One Language Can Boost Economic Growth
- Why Culture Clashes at the Olympics Matter
- Policymakers Need to Deviate From Our Tainted History and Embrace the Immigrants
- Two Is Better Than One: Bilingualism Benefits Young and Old
Nana Matoba, Pediatrics, Feinberg School of Medicine
- co-author with Daniel Robinson: Don't Listen to Trump, Poverty is Exactly the Situation Where Breastfeeding May Be Ideal
- Birth Plans: Who Are They for, Anyway?
- co-author with Angira Patel: Is It Ever OK for Doctor to Lie to Their Patients?
- co-author with Angira Patel: Are Research and Medicine Catered to Only a Certain Type of People?
- Care Eligibility is Not the Same as Access
- co-author with Angira Patel: Don't Believe Flu Vaccine Myths
- On Super Bowl Sunday, Babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Will Be Lonely
- quoted in Democrats had an Opportunity with the Fight for CHIP-- and Dropped the Ball
- What Should IVF Practitioners Disclose to Expectant Parents?
- Pregnancy and Pot-- Unsafe for Kids and Policies Need to Reflect the Risks
- co-author with Angira Patel: How about Health Care as a Gift for Kids-- Let's Pass CHIP This Season
- How, as a Doctor, I've Contributed to the Racial Gap in Infant Mortality. Not Anymore
Julie Merseth, Political Science, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
Judith Moskowitz, Medical Social Sciences, Feinberg School of Medicine
- Border Horror -- Is There Anything Positive Here?
- Emotions Expert: It's Impossible to be Constantly Happy. Try This Instead
- What's Wrong with Positivity?
- Help or Inference? Online and On Track With Health Devices
- co-author with Joan Anzia: Slowing Physician Burnout: Programs Provide Solutions to Reduce Stress
- Go Ahead and Feel the Anger-- It Will Encourage Social Change
- guest on WGN Radio: Body/Mind 2018
- Good Feelings in the Midst of Chronic Pain
- Positive Emotion in the Midst of Stress
- When You Cut the Humanities, What You Lose is the Human
- Born to A Gender Gap: Why Should Boys Save, Girls Serve?
- What We've Lost With Male Friendships
Angira Patel, Pediatrics and Medical Education, Feinberg School of Medicine
- Doctors Must Speak Up for a Free Press
- co-author with Kelly Michelson: Palliative Care for the Living--More Education is Needed
- quoted in Hippocrates, We Have a Problem: Doctors are Burning Out at Surprisingly High Rates
- To Be a Good Doctor, Study the Humanities
- co-author with Nana Matoba: Is It Ever OK for Doctor to Lie to Their Patients?
- co-author with Nana Matoba: Are Research and Medicine Catered to Only a Certain Type of People?
- We Need to Talk More About Physician Burnout
- It's Time for More Physicians to Embrace Advocacy
- Beyond Wearing Red--We Need to Focus More on Heart Health
- co-author with Sarah Bauer: Being a Woman Will Always Matter in Medicine
- co-author with Nana Matoba: Don't Believe Flu Vaccine Myths
- This Flu Season, Physicians Need to Scrap the 'Martyr Culture' of Working While Sick
- quoted in Democrats had an Opportunity with the Fight for CHIP-- and Dropped the Ball
- The Physician's Role in the Rising Cost of Prescription Drugs
- co-author with Nana Matoba: How about Health Care as a Gift for Kids-- Let's Pass CHIP This Season
- The ACA Won't Work Without the Individual Mandate, We Must Keep It
- Obesity is Rising Among Children and Needs a More Aggressive Multi-Pronged Approach
Rebecca Seligman, Anthropology, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
- Can What You Eat Affect Your Mood?
- Cultural Confusion: The Shifting Line Between Sane and 'Unsane'
- Mental Illness and School Shootings
- Thanksgiving is a Social Ritual, so Let's Not Fight About What We Eat
- Blaming Mental Illness for Trump's Actions Excuses Their Structural Causes
Elizabeth Son, Theatre, School of Communication
- interviewed on WGN Radio: Underlying Narratives in Literature
- Crossing Memories: Reckoning with Loss Past and Present in North and South Korea
- Walk the Talk--People are Protesting to Save Their Lives
- "Comfort Women": Traveling Between History and Hope
Ellen Taaffe, Architectures of Collaboration Initiative, Kellogg School of Management
- interviewed on Cheddar: Women in the C-Suite
- Working Moms Still Face Major Issues When Trying to Climb the Corporate Ladder
- Back On Track: How to Handle A Boss Who Sidelines You
- Snapchat Stumbles with Clueless Ad
- You've Climbed the Corporate Ladder. What's Next?
- Help Wanted: A Sea Change in Leadership Parity
- interviewed on WGN Radio: Women's Month
- This is Our Moment to Act
- What Will Good Men Do?
Rima Touré-Tillery, Marketing, Kellogg School of Management
Rachel Webster, English, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
- White Lies and Fiction
- It Takes a Village: How the U.S. Can Lift Up Single Moms
- Unreality: Trump and TV's Collective Dream
- In Netflix's 'Alias Grace,' Fiction Exposes the Violence and Beauty of Women's Stories
- Thanksgiving at Standing Rock
Katherine L. Wisner, Psychiatry/Behavioral Sciences and Obstetrics and Gynecology, Feinberg School of Medicine
- co-author with Emily Dossett: We Could Learn Something from Italy about Dealing with Opioid Abuse
- co-author with Cara Angelotta: Florida Shooter May Not Be Insane, but Nation's Gun Policies are Senseless, Experts Say
- co-author with Cara Angelotta: Accounting for Postpartum Depression in Criminal Sentencing is the Right Move
- co-author with PV alum, Sheehan Fisher: What's Missing from the #MeToo Conversation?
- Staying Engaged in Women's Health is Fundamental to our Society
- In the Conversation About Pregnancy-Related Deaths, Don't Forget to Talk About Suicide