Family Science in the News for June 2019
Research from NCFR's scholarly journals and NCFR members has been making headlines over the past month, as Family Science continues to shape and support stories in the news media.
Notably, research by NCFR member Jessica E. Troilo, Ph.D., has been featured in the media in a piece on divorced fathers' involvement in their children's schools. Dr. Troilo's translational piece for The Conversation cites four NCFR journal articles.
The Atlantic cites three articles from Journal of Marriage and Family in their story that explores the success of marriages of people with divorced parents, and quotes several family researchers.
NCFR Fellow Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan, Ph.D., and journal author Natasha Quadlin, are quoted in a MarketWatch story on making changes in a relationship to achieve greater gender equity. The article features research by NCFR member Anna Olsavsky, M.A., a graduate student of Dr. Schoppe-Sullivan.
This is only just a few of the news stories where Family Science is making an impact. If you've seen a new story that we should include on our website or in Zippy News, please email Trip Sullivan, NCFR's communications manager.