In the Media

New Motor Voter: A Step Forward for California and Democracy

Research led by Mindy Romero, director of the California Civic Engagement Project at the UC Davis Center for Regional Change, is featured in The Huffington Post.

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Perils of lurking on social media

Sociology Associate Professor Robert Faris co-authors an article for CNN's 'Being 13' series.

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Modern conservatism grew from California roots

History Professor Kathryn Olmsted publishes an article on modern conservatism in the Sacramento Bee.

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The big myth about refugees

Research by economics professor Giovanni Peri is cited in the Washington Post.

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Rich Kids Study English

Research by economics Professor Gregory Clark cited in The Atlantic.

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Brigade Seeks To Reboot Political Engagement In America With Civic Social Media

Mindy Romero, director of the California Civic Engagement Project, UC Davis Center for Regional Change is quoted in The Huffington Post.

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How baboons reach consensus: A lesson for Congress?

Research by Anthropology Assistant Professor Margaret Crofoot is featured in The Washington Post.

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Redefining one person, one vote would redefine our democracy

Director of the California Civic Engagement Project at the UC Davis Center for Regional Change Mindy Romero publishes an article in the Sacramento Bee.

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Through the Looking-Glass

History Professor Michael Saler publishes an article on Lewis Carroll in the Wall Street Journal.

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Are Poor Kids More Altruistic?

Research by psychology Professor Paul Hastings and graduate students Jonas G. Miller, Sarah Kahle is featured in New York Magazine.

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How Smart Should the President Be?

Research by psychology Professor Dean Keith Simonton is cited in Scientific American.

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Can an Action Heroine Be Too Masculine?

Research by communication Associate Professor Laramie Taylor is featured in the Pacific Standard.

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Why It Pays to Be a Jerk

Sociology Associate Professor Robert Faris is quoted in the Atlantic.

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This Is Why Jealousy Feels So Bad

Research by psychology Professor Robert Emmons is featured in BuzzFeed.

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Study Fills Void on Wage Data for Community College Grads

Research by Professor Ann Huff Stevens and Ph.D. candidate Michel Grosz from economics and Michal Kurlaender from the School of Education mentioned in Diverse Education.

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UC Davis Institute for Social Science holds inaugural conference series

The Institute for Social Science inaugural conference series Leading Research in the Social Sciences Today was featured in The Aggie.

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Are we there yet? Going back to college, one lecture at a time

Psychology Associate Professor Alison Ledgerwood and the ISS conference series Leading Research in the Social Sciences Today was featured in this column in the Davis Enterprise.

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Meet the Khayrallah Center\u2019s New Post-Doc Fellow: Lily Balloffet

History Ph.D. candidate Lily Balloffet interviewed as part of winning a 2015-2016 Middle East Diaspora Post Doctoral Fellowship at NC State University.

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