Dallas News by Sandro Galea, School of Public Health “The National Weather Service has called Hurricane Harvey “unprecedented;” Texas Governor Greg Abbott has called it“one of the largest disasters America has ever faced…” View full article.
Dallas News quoting John Ney, School of Medicine “A Plano company told local doctors that it could help them get a whole lot of money from health insurance companies…” Expert quote: “The real question is how many patients did they see and what were they charging.” View full article.
Dallas Morning News Sandro Galea, School of Public Health Public health research has helped the United States slash smoking rates, tackle the AIDS epidemic and reduce deaths from car accidents to some of their lowest levels in recorded history… Expert quote: “In any society, you’re going to have people who are interested in doing harm […]
Dallas Morning News By Jeremy Yudkin, College of Fine Arts Right now — today — you could go out onto the street, walk up to a stranger, and ask for a Beatles song… View full article by expert Jeremy Yudkin
Dallas Morning News “Biz Beat Blog” Questrom School of Business Boston University’s School of Management today was renamed the Questrom School of Business… View full article
Dallas Morning News Susan Fournier, School of Management In the third week of September, thousands of people organized themselves into neat lines that snaked along the city blocks of New York, Seattle, London and dozens of others around the world. Sleeping in cardboard boxes or keeping wakeful vigil through the night, they were participants in […]
Dallas Morning News Andrew Bacevich, College of Arts & Sciences It’s been a bad month for generals. View article
After teen daughter reported rape to University Park police, her parents call for rape awareness, prevention
Dallas Morning News Emily Rothman, School of Public Health For the mother of a teenage girl who reported being raped last month by a Highland Park High School senior, the need for dialogue about rape is very personal… View article
Dallas Morning News Tom Whalen, College of General Studies Beset by a litany of political headaches, President Barack Obama sought Friday to reassure voters that he’s doing his utmost to boost the anemic economic recovery but is being thwarted by forces beyond his control: defiant Republicans in Congress and economic chaos in Europe… View article
Dallas Morning News (subscription required) The Muir Quartet, College of Fine Arts Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, an accomplished pianist, will perform in a musicale at a Dallas residence with the Muir Quartet benefiting Dallas Chamber Music… View article