Helping preemies grow and thrive

Rosemary White-Traut

Rosemary White-Traut, professor emerita of nursing, talks about improving premature infants’ feeding in the April 10 Chicago Sun-Times.

“I think that for the long-term development of the baby, the more the mother can read and respond to the baby’s cues, the better the health of the baby.”

Rosemary White-Traut, professor emerita of nursing, on her study that found premature infants’ feeding improves when mothers use a method she developed to interact with their babies, April 10 Chicago Sun-Times

 

 

“What we call design today is continuous with the basic human need to organize the material environment for survival purposes.”

Victor Margolin, professor emeritus of art history, on design and economic, political, and cultural structures, April 9 Atlantic Monthly

 

 

“Those wards, which are predominantly white and wealthier, were more concerned about the budget crisis and felt more confident that Emanuel would represent them.”

Dick Simpson, professor of political science, on the reelection of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, April 9 Chicago Business

 

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