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CGU in the News,  Nov. 9 - 29

Religion Prof. Patrick Mason on NPR's All Things Considered on the scrutiny and evolution of Mormonism

Politics and Economics Prof. Jean Schroedel in Bloomberg story on congressional gender gap

Religion Prof. Karen Torjesen blogs in Huffington Post on Catholic and Mormon bond in the struggle for women's ordination

Economics Prof. Paul Zak discusses his coupon research on Fox & Friends

Economics Prof. Paul Zak discusses sleep on Minnesota Public Radio's 'Ask a Neuroscientist' feature

Economics Prof. Paul Zak on NBC LA on the neuroscience of clipping coupons

Economics Prof. Paul Zak in Atlantic story on why we love Black Friday

(appeared also on Yahoo! News)

Economics Prof. Paul Zak in LA Times story on hormone that may help protect monogamous relationships

(ran also in Toronto Star, Stars and Stripes, Sun Sentinel, Weekly Herald, and Chicago Tribune)

Drucker Institute Director Rick Wartzman in The Economist on criticism of shareholder value

Drucker Institute Director Rick Wartzman in Forbes on growing resistance to shareholder value

Economics Prof. Paul Zak in CBS story on hormone that affects male monogamy

Economics Prof. Paul Zak in LA Times column on why Gen. David Petraeus strayed

Economics Prof. Paul Zak in The Week story on whether oxytocin can keep men from cheating

Economics Prof. Paul Zak in RedOrbit story on oxytocin and monogamy

UC Santa Cruz student newspaper story on education Prof. Will Perez's talk on the mental health of undocumented college students

Rick Wartzman of the Drucker Institute in the Drucker Society Europe Blog on the movement to counter 'maximizing shareholder value'

Psychology Prof. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi cited in Guardian blog on your personal brand

Rick Wartzman of the Drucker Institute in Forbes on six rules for the president-elect

Daily Serving on Art alumnus Joel Morrison's exhibition at Gagosian Hong Kong

Educational Studies Prof. Mary Poplin in Reporter Newspapers story on institutional racism

Psychology Prof. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi in China Daily story on happiness

Arizona Sundial on guest lecture by CGU Economics Prof. Paul Zak

Psychology Prof. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi cited in Salon story on what we can learn from freestyle rappers

Forbes story on mindfulness mentions Prof. Jeremy Hunter's Drucker School courses

Psychology Prof. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi in The Hindu story on what dictates our life choices

Norway's Morgenbladet cites economics Prof. Paul Zak in story on the hormone oxytocin (Google translate to English)

Business Insider cites psychology Prof. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi on 6 habits that produce creative genius

France's Pour La Science cites political research by economics Prof. Paul Zak (Google translate to English)

Inland Empire Weekly highlights Religion PhD student Joe Atman in its Band of the Week feature

LA Sentinel profiles Education alumnus Kirk Kirkwood

Powerline blog explains CGU's role in the founding of the Claremont Institute

Pasadena Star-News columnist talks to alumnus Ezat Parnia, the new president of Pacific Oaks school

Daily Wildcat profiles new University of Arizona President Ann Weaver Hart (former CGU provost)

Alumnus Peter Taylor pens op-ed on UC transparency fo the Daily Californian

Religion Prof. Patrick Mason blogs on why Romney's loss is good for Mormon Studies

In case you missed it

Video: Art Prof. David Pagel discusses his work as an art critic

Video: Religion Prof. Patrick Mason  discusses religious militancy

Video: John Bachmann discusses how he became a CEO

Video: Performance by Hongsuk Chae, baritone, singing Songs of Travel

Audio: Artist panel discusses alternative practices

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