Selected Media Highlights

Academic Return, Nature, May 5, 2016

“Science and math PhDs earn about $65,000 — more than double what arts majors do” VoxMedia, December 11, 2015,  December 11, 2015 December 11, 2015 December 11, 2015

“Researchers wrestle with a privacy problem” Nature, September 22, 2015

“A call to action on social science, big data and privacy” Research Fortnight November 12,

Using the Classroom to Bring Big Data to Statistical Agencies, November 1, 2014, with Ron Jarmin, Alan Marco and Ian Foster, Amstat News,

Chronicle of Higher Education “Value of Science” April 4, 2014

What? Me Worry? What to Do About Privacy, Big Data, and Statistical Research”, with Victoria Stodden, Amstat News, Dec 1, 2013

Pour un Access aux Donnees sur la Recherche Francaise Le Monde, 2 Dec, 2013

Servicio de Informacion Y Noticias Cientificas April 7, 2013 , “La gente cree que la I+D es una caja en la que pones dinero y, por arte de magia, genera riqueza”

Radio New Zealand 10 October, 2012 , “Is Science Good for the Economy?”

Nature, 2 August 2012, “Science Funding: Duel to the Death”

Region Focus, First Quarter 2012, “What We Don’t Know About Innovation” Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

Research Trends, March 27, 2012 “An Interview with Julia Lane

London School of Economics, November 2, 2011 “Electronic Footprints”

Chemical and Engineering News June 27, 2011 “Measuring Chemistry’s Impact NSF program strives to put a value on federally funded research”

Times Higher Education Supplement, May 26 2011 “Research intelligence – The bottom line on the research ripple effect

Ben Bernanke, May 16, 2011 “ Promoting Research and Development The Government’s Role

Economic Principals, Dec 13, 2010 “A Few Words About the Vladimir Chavrid Award”

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