Noted and Quoted, April 2017

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Haure_nature.pngFranklin faculty and students continue to be quoted by and to author articles across worldwide media, including all major print publications. A sample from the past few weeks:

Research by Archeology graduate student Sammantha Nicole Holder had her featured in The Guardian (reconstructing the diet of Napoleon's Grand Army)

The other side of Confederate Memorial Day (Spalding Distinguished Professor of History, Emeritus James Cobb) – Time

Four words people ask meteorologists about that are actually not weather terms (Georgia Athletic Association Distinguished Professor Marshall Shepherd) – Forbes

Lutein and zeaxanthin levels linked to better cognitive function (professor of psychology Billy Hammond) – Nutraingredients

You are who you like: Dysfunctional people are more likely to get on with those who are as odd as them (professor of psychology Joshua Miller) – Daily Mail

Trump and the pathology of narcissism (professor of psychology Keith Campbell) – Rolling Stone

This is why narcissists make friends with other narcissists (Joshua Miller) – Huffington Post

American Museum of Natural History gives UGA archaeological collection more than 109,000 artifacts – Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, UGA Today

James Baldwin’s archive, long hidden, comes (mostly) into view (Distinguished Research Professor of English and Creative Writing Ed Pavlic) – New York Times

Climate science explains why fisherman on “Deadliest Catch” struggled to find crabs (Marshall Shepherd) – Forbes

The airline industry: Overpacking planes since the 1940s (associate professor of history Stephen Mihm) – Bloomberg Quint

Gwinnettians played a role in game-changing World War I 100 years ago (professor of history John Morrow) – Gwinnett Daily Post

Lamar Dodd School of Art displays colorful, intricate work of graduating seniors – R&B

Georgia Museum highlights MFA candidates – Flagpole

As the March for Science approaches, take "The 20-Second Science Challenge" (Marshall Shepherd) – Forbes

We now know what causes deadly “thunderstorm asthma” outbreaks (professor of geography Andrew Grundstein) – IFLScience, UPI, ScienceNewsline, UGA Today

A study on the deadly Melbourne thunderstorm asthma outbreak offers predictive clues (Marshall Shepherd, Andrew Grundstein) – Forbes

What caused the Depression? A new overview spreads the blame (Stephen Mihm) – New York Times

I asked teens for advice for Earth Day and what they said gives us hope (Marshall Shepherd) – Forbes

And Migration induced by sea-level rise could reshape the US population landscape by UGA demographer Mathew Hauer continues to be the Most Read article at Nature Climate Change, as well as massive coverage worldwide

Images courtesy of Nature Climate Change