News and Announcements

Susan Brown, "Who Will Care for 'Kinless' Seniors?"
New York Times, December 3, 2022

Susan Brown, "'Gray Divorce' Brings Struggles and a Possibility of Late-in-Life Reinvention"
Boston Globe, November 20, 2022

Wendy Manning, "Birth Rate Increases in Ohio, U.S., but Drops in Ohio's Largest Counties Including Cuyahoga"
Cleveland.com, November 13, 2022

Krista Westrick-Payne, "Does 'Love Is Blind' Actually Work? Let's Take a Peek at Its Success Rate"
Distractify, October 20, 2022

Wendy Manning, “COVID-19 Pandemic and Individuals with Sexual and Gender Diverse Identities”
BGSU Science Café, October, 18, 2022

Christopher Julian, Wendy Manning, and Krista Westrick-Payne, "LGBTQ Voting Bloc Set to Make Up Almost 1 in 5 Voters by 2040, Human Rights Campaign Says"
The Hill, October 13, 2022

Christopher Julian, Wendy Manning, and Krista Westrick-Payne, "Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. Voters Could Be LGBTQ by 2040, Data Suggests"
Daily News, October 13, 2022

Christopher Julian, Wendy Manning, and Krista Westrick-Payne, "LGBTQ+ Voters Fast-Growing Bloc, Will Transform Electoral Landscape"
Advocate, October 13, 2022

Kei Nomaguchi, "Out of Sync: Work and Its Impact on Family Mental Health"
Footnotes, October 13, 2022

Christopher Julian, Wendy Manning, and Krista Westrick-Payne, "Report Projects Major Growth in LGBTQ Voters in Coming Decades"
Politico, October 13, 2022

Susan Brown and I-Fen Lin, "First-Time Marriages Are on the Rise for People in Their 40s and 50s"
Wall Street Journal, October 5, 2022

NCFMR in "'Falcon Flames' Renew Vows"
Sentinel-Tribune, September 12, 2022

Wendy Manning, along with Claire Kamp Dush (U. Minnesota Sociology) have been awarded the inaugural Piper Simmons Data Contributors of the Year Award from ICPSR. They are receiving this award because of their work with the NCHAT study (https://pop.umn.edu/data/nchat)

Wendy Manning wins the American Sociological Association's 2022 Family Section Distinguished Career Award

Susan Brown, "Gray Divorce Can Be Financially Devastating - Especially for Women"
MarketWatch, August 9, 2022

CFDR researchers to present at the American Sociological Association Meeting in Los Angeles, August 5-9, 2022

NCFMR research cited in "Why More & More Couples Are Getting Divorced Nowadays (& Is It Right?)
Moms, July 16, 2022

Karen Benjamin Guzzo, "Roe Stood for 49 Years. It Revolutionized Life for Women"
Wired, June 24, 2022

Karen Benjamin Guzzo, "Ohio Birth Rates Finally Rise, but Local, State Numbers Trail Nation in 2021"
Dayton Daily News, June 6, 2022

Karen Benjamin Guzzo, "The U.S.'s Low Birth Rate Means the Nation Is Headed for a Demographic Crisis"
Observer, May 25, 2022

NCFMR research cited in "Empty-Nesters Embrace Carpe Diem Attitude"
Wall Street Journal, May 16, 2022

Karen Benjamin Guzzo, "Motherhood Isn't Contingent on a Romantic Relationships. So Why Do We Still Treat It that Way?"
WBUR, May 13, 2022

NCFMR research cited in "The Window to Enjoy Your Empty Nest Is Shrinking"
Wall Street Journal, April 25, 2022

Karen Benjamin Guzzo, "Babies Are a Status Symbol in Today's Economy: It's the 'Haves and Have-nots' of Who Can Afford Children"
Business Insider, April 23, 2022

CFDR Presentations - 2022 Population Association of America Meeting

Susan Brown, "Is It Time to Divorce? 5 Signs Your Marriage Might Be Done"
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 4, 2022

NCFMR research cited in "Relationship Statistics for 2022 - Stats on Marriage and Divorce"
Verve, March 16, 2022

Philip Stinson "The FBI Wants Data on Police Use of Force. Police Departments Aren't Cooperating"
NPR, March 2, 2022

Philip Stinson, "Do Minnesota Cases Show It's Getting Easier to Convict Cops?"
AP, January 18, 2022

Updated: 12/05/2022 03:14PM