Topic: Jennifer Glass

Frog-Attacking Bats, Energy Predictions Make News

Feb. 3, 2014
Frog-Attacking Bats, Energy Predictions Make News

From the lethal lure of a frog's serenade to predictions about future energy concerns and findings of increased divorce in conservative areas, UT research is in the news. Learn more.

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Headliners: Ocean Water, Hold the Salt

July 26, 2013
Headliners: Ocean Water, Hold the Salt

UT researchers made news with a desalination "water chip" that could give millions access to drinking water. Check out this media hit and other recent headlines.

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Headliners: In Defense of Telecommuting

March 14, 2013
Headliners: In Defense of Telecommuting

Sociologist Jennifer Glass opines about telecommuting in the New York Times, Robert Chesney weighs in about drones, and more UT faculty share their expertise with the media. Read more.

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Telecommuting Increases Work Hours and Blurs Boundary Between Work and Home, New Study Shows

Dec. 3, 2012

With fluctuating gas prices and the increasing call for work-life balance, telecommuting has become an attractive option for busy professionals. Yet according to a new study from The University of Texas at Austin, for most employees who work remotely, telecommuting equates to working more hours.

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