In the News

Faculty fellow Philip Seib wrote an article in Defense One titled "In Obama Speech, Echoes of the Lyndon Johnson Era."

In Obama Speech, Echoes of the Lyndon Johnson Era | September 16, 2014

Senior fellow Geneva Overholser was featured in a new report by Harvard's Nieman Foundation on the lack of female newsroom leaders.

Ensuring women have a seat at the leadership table | September 12, 2014

Mark Latonero has been invited to join the editorial board of the new Journal of Human Trafficking, a scholarly journal devoted to cross-disciplinary research towards better understanding and evolving policy responses to human trafficking.

Mark Latonero invited to editorial board of the new Journal of Human Trafficking | September 9, 2014

Senior fellow Laurie Becklund was a featured presenter at Stanford Medicine X, a patient-centered conference on emerging technologies in the field of medicine. In her talk, titled "Treat Me Like a Statistic and Save My Life," Becklund shared her personal battle with metastatic breast cancer and discussed the importance of big data in modern cancer treatment and research.

Senior fellow Laurie Becklund presents at Stanford Medicine X | September 8, 2014

Gigaom cites CCLP's research on Technology & Human Trafficking led by Mark Latonero, in an article about the obstacles that data scientists and researchers face in pushing for policy change.

Why big data has some big problems when it comes to public policy | August 28, 2014

Politix published an op-ed by senior fellow Morley Winograd on why public colleges should be free.

Public Colleges Should Be Free | August 20, 2014

KCRW's The Business interviewed senior fellow Neal Baer on coming out in his 50s and supporting gay rights through his TV writing career.

Neal Baer on Coming Out Mid-Career | August 19, 2014

The New York Times features senior fellow Morley Winograd's research in an article about millenials.

The Millenials Are Generation Nice | August 18, 2014

Senior fellow Dan Glickman has been named one of five directors of the USDA's new research foundation, the Foundation for Food and Agricultural Research.

Senior fellow Dan Glickman named a director of the USDA's new research foundation | August 13, 2014

Mark Latonero represented CCLP at the Society for Business Ethics, presenting on "Negotiating Responsible Intervention at the Intersection of Business, Human Rights and Soc" with l Good: Critical Perspectives on Privacy, Data and Technological."

Mark Latonero Presents at the Society for Business Ethics | August 7, 2014

We are saddened to report that CCLP advisory board member and distinguished fellow Warren Bennis passed away this weekend at age 89. The New York Times published an obituary highlighting his many contributions as a scholar on leadership.

Warren G. Bennis, Scholar on Leadership, Dies at 89 | August 4, 2014

The Los Angeles Times reports on a study by USC's Media, Diversity, & Social Change Initiative, led by faculty fellow Stacy L. Smith. The study found that women are still underrepresented in key movie positions, with women filling less than a third of all speaking roles across six years of film content.

Women are underrepresented in key movie positions, USC study finds | July 24, 2014

The Los Angeles Times reports on a study by USC's Media, Diversity, & Social Change Initiative, led by faculty fellow Stacy L. Smith. The study found that women are still underrepresented in key movie positions, with women filling less than a third of all speaking roles across six years of film content.

Women are underrepresented in key movie positions, USC study finds | July 24, 2014

Foreign Policy published senior fellow Orville Schell's thoughts on China's new regulations for journalists.

Can Chinese Journalists Still Push Boundaries? | July 23, 2014

The Wrap quotes founding co-chair Norman Pearlstine discussing Fortune's new editor Alan Murray: "There is no one more wired in the business and media worlds, and I am thrilled to have an editor of his caliber and intellect at the helm."

Norman Pearlstine on Fortune's New Editor Alan Murray | July 22, 2014

Truthdig published an article by senior fellow Richard Reeves on the recent deportation of women and children immigrants to Honduras.

The Children of the Border | July 21, 2014

The Guardian quotes faculty fellow Roberto Suro: "The most potent imagery in immigration politics has been when things are out of control," said Suro, now a journalism professor at the University of Southern California. "Those three words often spell a turn toward restriction, regardless of what the actual circumstance is."

Child migrant surge shifts politics of immigration | July 21, 2014

USA Today quoted managing director Geoffrey Baum about the standoff with Time Warner Cable to get the Los Angeles Dodgers back on TV.

No dodging TV blackout for baseball fans in Los Angeles | July 18, 2014

The Huffington Post published an article by faculty fellow Roberto Suro, titled "The Children on the Rio Grande Have Families and They Are Here."

The Children on the Rio Grande Have Families and They Are Here | July 18, 2014

The Wrap features research by faculty fellow Stacy L. Smith, highlighting "Hollywood's Abysmal Record of Casting Hispanic Actors."

Hollywood's Abysmal Record of Casting Hispanic Actors | July 17, 2014

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