UIndy Faculty Publications Highlight Public Voices Fellowship Success

Recently, faculty members at the University of Indianapolis took part in the Public Voices Fellowship through The Op-Ed Project. The goal of the Fellowship is to dramatically increase the public impact of the nation’s top underrepresented thinkers, specifically women and minorities.

Faculty members have already seen great success from their participation in the Fellowship, being published in many well-known publications as of early October, with more to come! Check out what some of our faculty have been writing about below:

Laura Wilson – The Progressive
The Case for Regulating Facebook

Colleen Wynn – U.S. News & World Report
More Than a Home, Housing is a Human Right

Laurie Williams – The Hill
Why investing in diversity and raising the grade on school spending is urgent

Kendra Thomas – Newsweek
Gap in Justice Capital Perception is Global

Amanda Miller – Hill Reporter
Why Congress Should Hold on to the Child Tax Care Credit

Liz Ziff – Progressive Magazine
Reproductive Health Care is a Human Right

Laura Wilson – Fulcrum
How the U.S. Got Two Financial Crises for the Price of One

Alyson O’Daniel – KevinMD
HIV/AIDS vaccine underscores need for better health access

Kendra Thomas
Virtues Need a Place in Early Education

Stephanie Wideman
Free Speech on College Campuses? Uphold the Ancient Greeks

Amanda Miller & Colleen Wynn
The affordable housing crises is destroying relationships and families

Laura Wilson
The Case for Regulating Facebook

Ana Maria Ferreira
Activists Speak Out Against Unsafe Local Roads for Bikes

Katie Greenan
Sexual Health: A Lifelong Lesson

Ted Frantz
History Shows Glenn Youngkin’s Strategy Could be a Losing One

Samantha Gray
Racism and Inequalities in Academia

Karen Newman
After Months Online, Students Struggle with Real Life

Liz Ziff
Finding better ways to ensure safety for LGBTQ Young People