The New Yorker's "Vote for Ugly" cites a study on the so-called "beauty premium" in politics by IGS affiliates Gabriel Lenz, Jack Citrin, Douglas Ahler and Michael Dougal.
Eric Schickler is quoted in the CS Monitor article, "A tipping point for Washington’s investigative culture?" Schickler is an IGS affiliated faculty member.
IGS Director Lisa García Bedolla is profiled in the Berkeley News: "New IGS chief: California will model a new approach for the nation."
"It's magical legal thinking to say Trump can't reverse Obama's national monuments," co-authored by IGS affiliated faculty John Yoo, is in the Los Angeles Times.
Incoming IGS Director Lisa García Bedolla and husband José Luis Bedolla are featured in the Daily Cal for an article on their endowment of the Miguel and Elvira Bedolla Scholarship, which supports undocumented students.
IGS Director Jack Citrin is interviewed by California Magazine for its Summer 2017 issue.
IGS Director Jack Citrin is interviewed about trust in government on the Canadian news program The National.