Radicalized faculty are the greater danger lurking behind campus protests – opinion, The Jerusalem Post, May 27, 2024

Pod and Man at Yale: Yale Faculty Weigh in on Israel Boycotts; Dr. Samuel Abrams on Why Campus has Gone Crazy (Ep. 13), Buckley Institute, May 13, 2024

In Israel on a solidarity tour, Yale academic premieres October 7 art song cycle, The Times of Israel, April 3, 2024

US college delegation inspired by visit to Israel, The Jewish Chronicle, April 2, 2024

What We Learned on Our Academic Visit to Israel | Opinion, Newsweek, March 29, 2024

Genecin, Yale Health CEO, to retire in January 2023. August 10, 2022

All About the Count: The U. S. Census, Yale University Library Online Exhibitions

Wastewater Can Reveal How Many of Us Have Gotten COVID-19, Yale Insights, April 25, 2022

Health & Veritas: What Does Wastewater Reveal about COVID-19? (Ep. 26), Yale Insights, March 24, 2022

Public health experts: Olympics can be held safely, if changes are made, The Washington Times, June 10, 2021

What’s behind the anti-Semitism surge in the US, Vox, June 2, 2021

2021 Best 40-Under-40: Saed Alizamir, Yale School of Management, Poets & Quants, May 3, 2021

How Effective is Yale’s Twice-Weekly Testing Schedule?, Yale Scientific, April 25, 2021

Yale Researchers Debunk the Myth of 11 Million Illegal Immigrants, NPG Forum Paper, April 2021

Yale School of Medicine adapts to the COVID-19 pandemic. Yale School of Medicine, January/February 2021

Community in a Time of Crisis: Opening Ceremony. March 9, 2021

Community in a Time of Crisis: Yale, New Haven, and HIV/AIDS, 1981-1996. Yale University Library Online Exhibitions, 2021

A Quite Possibly Wonderful Summer, The Atlantic, February 19, 2021

Leading in a pandemic, Yale Alumni Magazine, Mar/Apr 2021

‘Snapshots’ of Migrants in Mexico Suggest U.S. Undocumented Population Is Much Larger than Previous Estimates, Yale Insights, January 13, 2021

Virtual agents of change: How computers are mapping Covid-19’s future, Knowable Magazine, December 15, 2020

Second Time Around, Hamodia, December 6, 2020

Solutions in Sewage: How researchers are predicting COVID-19 outbreaks from wastewater, Yale Engineering Magazine, 2020 (Cover Story)

Jacobson earns two awards, shines a light on achievements at Illinois CS, Grainger College of Engineering – Computer Science, November 12, 2020

Should students be on campus? Here’s how Yale decides, Yale News, November 12, 2020

Testing Sewage Can Provide an Early Warning of COVID-19 Outbreaks, Yale Insights, October 28, 2020

Herd Immunity Misunderstood, Yale Public Health Magazine 2020

In Defense of (Mathematical) Models, Yale Insights, October 13, 2020

Stanley J. Garstka, Professor Emeritus, Professor in the Practice Emeritus of Management, Yale School of Management, September 9, 2020

Fall 2020 Reopening Plans at the Top 100 U.S. Business Schools, Poets & Quants, July 20, 2020

Study: Controlling COVID-19 Outbreaks in Residential Colleges Requires Frequent Testing, Yale Insights, July 16, 2020

Tuberculosis Vaccine May Be Limiting COVID-19 Deaths; Dormitory Screening Urged, Reuters, July 10, 2020

Tuberculosis vaccine may be limiting COVID-19 deaths; dormitory screening urged, National Post, July 10, 2020

The Secret of Connecticut’s Success in Battling COVID-19, Yale Insights, July 1, 2020

Florida, Georgia y Utah tuvieron sus números más altos ayer, mientras Texas dio un paso atrás en su reapertura, El Mercurio, June 27, 2020 (Spanish)

Are We There Yet? The COVID Reopening, Hamodia. June 24, 2020

Monitoring Wastewater as an Early Indicator of COVID-19 Outbreak Dynamics, YouTube, June 3, 2020

Analytics Summit 2020 – Ed Kaplan “Covid-19 Scratch Models to Support Local Decisions”, YouTube, June 16, 2020

Nuevos Casos en Cina, Corea del Sur, e Italia hacen temer una segunda ola de contagios, El Mercurio, June 15, 2020

Fourth Virtual Dean’s Workshop Highlights Mathematical Modeling as a Valuable COVID-19 Tool, Yale School of Medicine News, June 6, 2020

COVID-19 Scratch Models To Support Local Decisions: A Public Health Modeling Adventure. Presented on May 21, 2020 at the Yale School of Medicine Dean’s Seminar Series.

Coronavirus: hay que testear más, ¿pero a quiénes?, infobae, May 21, 2020 (Spanish)

A quiénes hay que testear para evitar la propagación del virus, MDZ Sociedad, May 19, 2020 (Spanish)

Prof. Edward Kaplan Brings Operations Research Tools to Local COVID-19 Decision Making, Yale SOM News, May 5, 2020

Looking for Light At the End of the Tunnel, Hamodia, May 3, 2020

All Models Are Wrong, But I Hope Some Are Useful Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic, INFORMS, April 27, 2020

Professors weigh in on pursuing summer internships during COVID-19, Yale Daily News, April 24, 2020

Faculty Viewpoints: The Public Health Response, Yale Insights, April 17, 2020

End the coronavirus outbreak with aggressive screening to find and isolate infected people, USA Today, April 14, 2020

Teaching the Conflict, The Tel Aviv Review of Books, Spring 2020

When will the coronavirus peak in Illinois? Here are some projections, Chicago Tribune, April 1, 2020

Be Wary of a Model That Shows a Decline in COVID-19 Deaths, Nautilus, March 31, 2020

Trump wants ‘the country opened,’ but easing coronavirus restrictions now would be disastrous, experts say, Washington Post, March 24, 2020

Yale faculty answers the call in multi-front fight against COVID-19, YaleNews, March 19, 2020

Yale leaders talk about COVID-19: First in a series, YaleNews, March 16, 2020

Hospital: We’re Ready, New Haven Independent, March 12, 2020

Dateline New Haven: Slowing COVID-19’s Spread, WNHH, March 12, 2020 

With coronavirus spreading in Connecticut, when is it appropriate to close schools?, The CT Mirror, March 11, 2020

Iran Has Far More Coronavirus Cases Than It Is Letting On, The Atlantic, March 9, 2020

Analysis of Yale Professor’s Model: Isolation is an Effective Way to Prevent the Transmission of New Coronaviruses, February 29, 2020 (in Chinese) 

New outbreaks of coronavirus can be halted with isolation measures, February 27, 2020

Five things to know about coronavirus and what state is doing to prepare, February 26, 2020 

New Outbreaks of Coronavirus Can Be Halted with Isolation Measures, According to Study, February 20, 2020

Bloomberg the Electable, February 18, 2020

Sampling bias, surveys and undocumented immigrants, INFORMS, February 4, 2019

Why Hidden Populations Are So Hard to Count, Yale Insights, December 13, 2018

Conflicting New Estimates of Illegal Immigration, National Review, November 30, 2018

Opinion: New evidence census question will produce undercount, The Mercury News, November 27, 2018

How increasing the number of toilets can reduce violence against women, The Telegraph, November 8, 2018

Illegal immigrant population of the United States, Wikipedia, November 2018

The Number of Undocumented Immigrants in the United States, INFORMS, November 6, 2018

Trump Jr.: My father wants to end illegal immigration with this answer, The Hill, November 6, 2018

Prior estimates of undocumented immigrants in the US were way off, The Hill, October 26, 2018

How Can We Make Elections Work Better? Yale Insights, October 26, 2018

How fast will you jog at 80? Take the running-age test to find out, The Times, October 16, 2018

How Much Is Aging Really Going to Slow You Down?, Runner’s World, October 17, 2018

Yale research on immigration, aging runners makes news, Analytics Magazine, October 2018

How fast will you jog at 80? Take the running-age test to find out, The Times, October 16, 2018

How fast will you be running at 80? Scientists create a new formula that tells you how quick you can expect to jog any distance as you age, Daily Mail, October 16, 2018

A Study Says the Undocumented Population May Be Twice as Big as We Thought. Be Skeptical, Mother Jones, October 9, 2018

SOM study estimates higher undocumented immigration numbers, Yale Daily News, October 9, 2018

There Are Way More Illegal Immigrants in the U.S. Than Previously Thought, Economy & Markets, October 2, 2018

Gregg Gonsalves: 2018 MacArthur Fellow: Yale School of Public Health celebrates prestigious honor, Yale School of Public Health, October 4, 2018

We Slow as We Age, but May Not Need to Slow Too Much, New York Times, October 3, 2018

How many undocumented immigrants there really are, and why the number matters, NY Daily News, October 1, 2018

Undocumented population is twice as large as previously thought, researchers say, Boston Globe, September 27, 2018

Yale’s Dr. Ed Kaplan on new research on illegal alien population of US, Ross Kaminsky Show, iHeartRadio, September 25, 2018

New study doubles number of illegal immigrants living in US, Fox and Friends, Fox News, September 25, 2018

Temen que cifra de 22 millones de indocumentados en EEUU sea utilizada por Trump para justificar su política migratoria, Univision, September 24, 2018

Yale study: Illegal immigrant population likely double, possibly triple previous estimates, Washington Times, September 24, 2018

Number of immigrants in U.S. illegally could be double the widely accepted estimates, study suggests, LA Times, September 22, 2018

Number of illegal immigrants in US may be twice what’s reported: Yale-MIT study, Fox News, September 23, 2018

Study finds there are over 22 million undocumented immigrants in the US – more than double previous estimate, Daily Mail, September 22, 2018

Ivy League Study: Illegal Popularion is 22 Million, Double Established Estimates, Breitbart, September 21, 2018

MIT-Yale Study Doubles Estimates of U.S. Undocumented Immigrants, Bloomberg, September 21, 2018

Yale, MIT study: 22 million, not 11 million, undocumented immigrants in US, The Hill, September 21, 2018

Yale Study: Twice as Many Undocumented Immigrants as Previously Thought in U.S., National Review, September 21, 2018

Yale Study Finds Twice as Many Undocumented Immigrants as Previous Estimates, Yale Insights, September 21, 2018

A new study by Yale researchers suggests that the number of undocumented immigrants in the U.S. may be twice earlier estimates, Bright Cove

Professor Ed Kaplan Named Distinguished Fellow by INFORMS, Yale School of Management, August 15, 2018

Launched a new world of INFORMS (in Chinese), United Daily News (Taiwan), June 20, 2018

Interview with Richard Larson, INFORMS National Meeting, Nashville, 2016

Watch Your Assets! (, December 2016)

How to cure the electoral college (with Arnold Barnett), Los Angeles Times, Dec. 16, 2016

Israeli Ministry of Health reverses blood donation policy, Analytics Magazine, December 2016

Celebrating the operations research mindset (ORMS Today, December 2016)

Irrevocably allocating resources (ORMS Today, October 2016)

The summer of O.R.: sharing stORies and telling it like it is! (ORMS Today, August 2016)

Sexy operations research (ORMS Today, June 2016)

Make the world a better place (ORMS Today, April 2016)

Let’s Do Stuff! (ORMS Today, February 2016)

Science behind the ‘Madness’ (INFORMS Online, March 2016)

How mathematicians combat violence (ASU Now, March 2016)

O.R. mindset magi; Meet the ‘member in chief’ (OR/MS Today, December, 2015)

Improved sanitation may reduce sexual violence in South African townships (GroundUp, South Africa)

U professor finds method to March Madness (Minnesota Daily, March 2015)

Big data saves lives (CNN, February 2015)

The economics behind detecting terror plots (Oxford University Press Blog, January 2015)

Is the Boycott Movement Anti-Semitic? (Inside Higher Ed, September 2014)

Was the FAA’s ban on flights to Israel warranted? (Jerusalem Post, August 2014)

Duck and Cover (Washington Free Beacon, March 2014)

Why do Gaza rockets result in few casualties? (i24 News, March 2014)

Why Buffett will keep his billion (Boston Globe, March 2014)

Pourquoi les roquettes font-elles peu de victimes? (i24 News, March 2014, in French)

Study: Civil defenses cut 86% of deaths from Gaza rockets (Jerusalem Post, March 2014)

Potential Rocket Hits (Mifram Security, March 2014, in Hebrew)

New Research- Defensive Measures in Sderot Saved Dozens of Lives (Yediot Aharonot, February 2014, in Hebrew)

Modeling Terrorism (Nexus, January 2014)

Blood Scandal (The Jerusalem Post, December 2013)

Magen David Adom Donation Stand Thrown Out of Knesset for Discouraging Ethiopian MK From Giving Blood (The Jerusalem Post, December 2013)

How Dangerous is America (Boston Globe Magazine, July 2013)

Unclear and Present Danger (Tzvi B’Eretz Hachaim, December 2012)

Atonement in the Ivy League  (Jerusalem Post, 2012)

When Data Guys Triumph (New York Times, 2011)

Terror queues (INFORMS, 2010)

Queueing theory vs. terror plots (OR/MS Today, 2010)

Afganistan’da ‘zafer’ değil, ‘kaos’ var (Aksiyon, 2010, in Turkish)

Flying is safer than you think (Jerusalem Post, 2010)

Europe Reimports Jew Hatred (Wall Street Journal, 2009)

A cure for the Electoral College? (San Diego Union Tribune, 2009)

Bullets and Band-aids (Yale Globalist, 2009)

A Check Against Terrorism (Jewish Week, 2008)

Electoral College? Our Ballots Should Matter More (Hartford Courant, 2008)

Exclusive Interview: An M.I.T. And A Yale Professors’ Cure For The Electoral College (Huffington Post, 2008)

For the Gamblers, 1+2=5 (New York Times, 2007)

‘Idol’ Voting Is Broken (Hartford Courant, 2007)

An Honest Man: How do you spot an anti-Semite? Ask about Israel. (Wall Street Journal, 2006)

Be a Hero, Hug a Terrorist (OR/MS Today, 2006)

The Islamization of European Jew-Hatred (Front Page Magazine, 2006)

The Diaspora is also looking for answers, (Haaretz, 2006, in Hebrew)

UK MPs find massive rise in anti-Semitism (Jerusalem Post, 2006)

La mayoría de los que critican a Israel son antisemitas (La Nacion, 2006, in Spanish)

Some life insurers deny coverage during overseas travel (Associated Press, 2006)

Gaming March Madness (Kiplinger’s, 2006)

Bracket Racket (The Other Paper, 2006)

Preventing Suicide Bombing (New York Times, 2005)

Why Just Detecting Hidden Explosives May Not Cut Deaths (Wall Street Journal, 2005)

Study: Suicide Bomb Detectors Impractical (Associated Press, 2005)

Science in War: Counter-Terror Fact and Fiction (Channel 4 (UK), 2005)

Suicide bombers not easily foiled by technology (New Scientist, 2005)

Study: Technology to stop suicide bombers – not practical, (Yediot Ahoronot, 2005, in Hebrew)

Politiker fordern mehr Überwachung zur Verhinderung von Terror (Telepolis, 2005, in German)

Study by Yale professor suggests best way to fight terror (The Jewish Ledger, 2005)

No high-tech solution to suicide bombings (Morning Star, 2005)

PNAS in the News (PNAS, 2005)

March Madness goes to market (Boston Globe, 2005)

Some Tips for Becoming A Shark in the Office Pool (Wall Street Journal, 2005)

Boycott of Israeli Schools (New York Times, 2005)

Why America Is Still An Easy Target (Time Magazine, 2004)

Bioterror plans include volunteer aid (Fort Worth Star Telegram, 2004)

Unready for Anthrax (Washington Post, 2003)

Anthrax Response Plans Inadequate, Study Warns (Washington Post, 2003)

Healing Thyself, a Tempting Option With Serious Side Effects (Washington Post, 2003)

Model Suggests More Anthrax Prep Needed (ABC News, 2003)

Report: Anthrax may cause U.S. disaster (CNN, 2003)

Anthrax attack would kill many thousands, experts say (Oakland Tribune, 2003)

Report Sees U.S. Anthrax Disaster, Urges Readiness (Reuters, 2003)

Modelers say thousands would die in anthrax attack (San Mateo County Times, 2003)

The Citizen as First Responder (Fox News, 2003)

Q&A: Yale’s Dr. Ed Kaplan (BioSecurity, 2003)

Focus on Smallpox Threat Revived (Washington Post, 2003)

Bush Smallpox Inoculation Plan Near Standstill (Washington Post, 2003)
Ring Vaccination Revisited (Science, 2003)

Do’s and don’ts while filling out your bracket (Florida Today, 2003)

March Madness in workplace (Palm Beach Post, 2003)

Competing risks and realities (Jerusalem Post, 2002)

Study Uses Math Model to Determine Effects of a Smallpox Attack (New York Times, 2002)

Smallpox Scenarios (Wall Street Journal, 2002)

Scientists Say Mass Vaccination Is Best Response to a Smallpox Attack (Scientific American, 2002)

White House Debate on Smallpox Slows Plan for Wide Vaccination (New York Times, 2002)

U.S. to Vaccinate 500,000 Workers Against Smallpox (New York Times, 2002)

The Government Must Plan for Mass Vaccinations (Newsweek, 2002)

The Plan to Fight Smallpox (Newsweek, 2002)

Study Looks at Targeted Vaccinations (Associated Press, 2002)

U.S. weighs smallpox plans (Reuters, 2002)

Profile: Smallpox Preparedness Of Israel And The U.S. (National Public Radio, 2002)

Israel Begins Vaccinating Health Workers for Smallpox (New York Times, 2002)

Should only infected people be vaccinated? (Jerusalem Post, 2002)

Expert: Israel should get smallpox vaccine now (Jerusalem Post, 2002)

Recommendation of the security system: vaccinate against smallpox, (Ma’ariv, 2002, in Hebrew)

Teaching Protection (Jerusalem Post, 2002)

U.S. experts question smallpox strategy (National Post, 2002)

Sommes-nous prêts à nous défendre? (Radio Canada (in French), 2002)

Computers simulate smallpox attack (CNN, 2002)

Smallpox response might include quarantine (MSNBC, 2002)

Smallpox vaccine plan would use polling places (Denver Post, 2002)

Smallpox: Should Everyone Be Vaccinated? (WebMD, 2002)

Ring Around the Pox (The American Prowler, 2002)

Better Data On HIV Sought As Naming Debate Lingers (Hartford Courant, 2001)

A Report Harshly Criticizes The Federal Policy on AIDS (New York Times, 2000)

March Madness? Not When You Have A Formula (Hartford Courant, 2000)

Expert: Ethiopian blood ban is pointless (Jerusalem Post, 1998)

Getting The Point In New Haven (Time Magazine, 1992)

Yale Study Reports Clean Needle Project Helps Check AIDS (New York Times, 1991)