In a recent news release, IU sociologist Jessica McCrory Calarco discussed her study of how elementary school students of different social classes deal with classroom challenges. The study will be published in the October issue of the American Sociological Review. It received the following coverage:
Lauren Apgar, a doctoral student in the Department of Sociology, discussed in this news release her study that looked at how Mexican immigrants with temporary visas fared at work compared to undocumented workers from Mexico. It was one of several examples of IU research presented at the American Sociological Association’s annual meeting. It received the following coverage:
An Indiana University news release about a Nature Geoscience article by IU geologists William Nardin and Douglas A. Edmonds generated coverage from two science news sites and the Indiana Daily Student. The researchers showed that intermediate vegetation growth is most effective at stabilizing freshwater marshes in river deltas, which are threatened by sea-level rise and other forces.
Evolutionary Biologist Justin Garcia discussed in this news release a study involving differences in orgasm rates according to sexual orientation. His study appeared online last week in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. Here is some of the coverage:
Sociology doctoral Samual Kye discussed in this news release his study that looked at the demographic trend of white flight among suburbs, creating ethnoburbs. His study is one of several examples of IU research discussed at the American Sociological Association’s annual meeting. It received the following coverage:
The Bloomington Herald-Times highlighted a new program at Indiana University designed to help reduce mental stigma on campus toward students with mental health challenges. The News & Media team provided information about the project in advance of a news release. The article ran on the front page.