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Week in Review: February 8, 2019

This Live Science piece on genetic modification features expertise from Professor Nitya Jacob of Oxford College of Emory University and Scripps College professors Gretchen Edwalds-Gilbert and Rivka Weinberg.

ICYMI, leadership expert and professor at Farmer School of Business Megan Gerhardt weighed in on the generational difference and leadership styles of Bill Belichick, the NFL’s longest-tenured coach, and Sean McVay, the youngest NFL coach in history. The piece, which originally ran in The Conversation, also made an appearance in MarketWatch and was picked up by The Associated Press.

Oxford College of Emory University Professor Erin Tarver considers the high price of using football to create community in America in a thoughtful essay for Salon.

In this Live Science article, Professor Melissa Hage of Oxford College of Emory University discusses “snowball Earth,” the periods of Earth’s history when it was so cold that oceans froze over from pole to pole.

This Los Angeles Review of Books blog post features Sacred Shelters by Fordham University Professor Susan Greenfield. The book chronicles the lives of 13 formerly homeless people who graduated from New York Catholic Charities’ life skills empowerment program.

This week on Inside Higher Ed’s Call to Action blog, be sure to read up on why now is the time to be carefully monitoring your institution’s Facebook results.

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