“The Balkans After Mladic: Why the region still needs international support” by Patrice McMahon and Jon Western, was recently published in Foreign Affairs magazine. It’s an update to their 2009 article “The Death of Dayton.”
College students from around the country were amazed, and maybe jealous, when UNL senior Zach Smith told them that he got to do one-on-one research with a professor.
Read more from “A little research shows that research at Nebraska really pays” on the NU Foundation’s Campaign for Nebraska website: http://campaignfornebraska.org/node/879
John Hibbing, Ari Kohen, and Michael Wagner were all cited in national news outlets in May 2011.
John Hibbing, political science, was featured by a number of media outlets the week of May 11 in coverage about his research into the politics of mate choice, including TIME, MSNBC.com, Yahoo! News, the Salt Lake Tribune, More magazine, and Jezebel.com.
Ari Kohen, political science, was quoted May 5 by CNN.com in a story about what the “situation room” photo of President Obama and his war cabinet says about American culture.
Michael Wagner, political science, was quoted May 11 in a national Associated Press story about the Tea Party Express’ endorsement of senate candidate Jon Bruning. The story appeared in more than a hundred media outlets around the country. On May 23, he was quoted in a national AP story about Nebraska’s redistricting and its effects on presidential campaigning in the state.