NCFMR in the News

NCFMR research topics are wide-ranging and diverse. To further our reach, NCFMR Co-Directors, NCFMR/BGSU Research Affiliates, students, and staff participate in conferences, workshops, and seminars across the country, sharing policy-relevant research on American families with practitioners, fellow researchers, and policy makers.  Disseminated as working papers, publications, data resources, and presentations, our research often garners national attention.

2022

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

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

"Empty-Nesters Embrace Carpe Diem Attitude"
Wall Street Journal, May 16, 2022

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

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

"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

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

"Relationship Statistics for 2022 - Stats on Marriage and Divorce"
Verve, March 16, 2022

Updated: 06/07/2022 10:23AM