Paul Bracken was cited in a syndicated article on international security that ran in the San Jose Mercury News and The News Journal. His work on “disruptive technologies,” or nuclear and biological weapons was noted.
Erica Dawson’s study “Don’t Tell Me, I Don’t Want to Know: Understanding People’s Reluctance to Obtain Medical Diagnostic Information” was featured in more than 30 media outlets including HealthNewsDigest.com, Pharmaceutical Business Revie
Jeffrey Garten delivered a keynote address in the “Leadership Forum” portion of the Health & Safety Canada 2006, the largest health and safety conference in Canada. His address was covered in the Financial Post.
"The irony of our results is that the supposed benefit bestowed on the worst team in the league, the right to pick first in the draft, is only a benefit if the team trades it away. The first pick in the draft is the loser's curse."
Doug Rae discussed the influence of Jane Jacob on urban planning upon her death last month. He told the Hartford Courant, “She understood the central place of unplanned social connections in making city streets habitable.”