In the Media

April 30, 2019
WUNC

Anna Gassman-Pines is the WLF Bass Connections Associate Professor of Public Policy & Psychology and Neuroscience at the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke.


March 26, 2019
USA Today

Duke mathematician Jonathan Mattingly conducted research for the North Carolina plaintiffs. His Bass Connections team, Gerrymandering and the Extent of Democracy in America, continues to refine this work.


March 17, 2019
LinkedIn

Amy Jiang ’20 discusses her work mentoring Durham middle school students in computer science through CSbyUs and a Bass Connections team, OSPRI Lab.


March 6, 2019
LinkedIn

Professor Aria Chernik writes about a day-long event coordinated by her Bass Connections project team, OSPRI Lab, in partnership with Rogers-Herr Middle School in Durham.


February 5, 2019
WMAR Baltimore

A Bass Connections team called Data and Technology for Fact-checking helped develop the FactStream app and launch it in time for the State of the Union address, in collaboration with PolitiFact, FactCheck.org and The Washington Post.


January 23, 2019
Forbes

Professor Walter Sinnott-Armstrong discusses his new book, which is related to his work with the Bass Connections team How to Cure Political Polarization by Asking Questions.


January 21, 2019
iTWire

Professor Bill Adair and Professor Jun Yang lead a Bass Connections team, Data and Technology for Fact Checking, that is developing an app for live fact-checking.


January 18, 2019
AP News

A Bass Connections team, Data and Technology for Fact-checking, is finalizing a product that will allow television networks to offer real-time fact checks onscreen when a politician makes a questionable claim during a speech or debate.


January 11, 2019
Triangle Business Journal

A new Bass Connections team will focus on the engineering development, quality control, refinement and business and regulatory strategy of the Duke Smart Toilet platform.


January 3, 2019
WNCU, The Measure of Everyday Life

Bass Connections team leader Walter Sinnott-Armstrong discusses his team’s research on questions to reduce political polarization by increasing humility, empathy and openness.


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