In the News
Bloomberg Businessweek quoted CCLP senior fellow Orville Schell in an article about Chinese President Xi Jinping's anticorruption campaign. "Xi has an acute consciousness that whether it was the Qing dynasty or the Kuomintang, the end of these reigns came with huge servings of corruption," said Schell.
China Daily features senior fellow Orville Schell in an article titled "Schell calls urbanization plan 'extraordinary' event", which quotes Schell from the Urban China Initiative's Urban Leaders Roundtable held on April 7 at the Harvard Faculty Club in Boston.
The Wall Street Journal profiles senior fellow Neal Baer and his recent award from the Point Foundation, "the nation's largest scholarship-granting organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) students of merit."
The Huffington Post published CCLP senior fellow Dan Glickman's article "The McCutcheon Ruling: Is That All There Is, My Friends?", in which he analyzes the Supreme Court's recent ruling on campaign finance law.
CNN Money: Senior fellow Morley Winograd is quoted in the article, "Americans still worried about their financial future". He says, "Millennials are a very economically stressed generation, and that stress will last for their lifetime."
The Huffington Post published senior fellow Dan Glickman's article, "Obesity Decreases in Early Childhood but Remains National Threat".
Forbes published an article co-written by faculty fellow Stacy Smith, titled "The Real Fiction In Hollywood: Women Can't Make Movies".
The Huffington Post published senior fellow Dan Glickman's article, "Kansas: What Happened to Its Historic Leadership in Civil Rights?"
C-SPAN: Watch C-SPAN's video coverage of a panel event co-sponsored by CCLP at the American Historical Association's annual meeting, connecting historians with journalists to discuss the art and craft of the obituary.
The Daily Trojan covered CCLP's recent journalism forum, "Through Her Lens: Women & Photojournalism", featuring award-winning female photojournalists.