- Wynn, Colleen E.* and Elizabeth Ziff*. 2023. “General Education Classes Strengthen Democracy.” The Progressive Magazine, September 7.
- McKanna, Rebecca*, Colleen E. Wynn*, and Elizabeth Ziff*. 2023. “The Pressing Need for Solidarity.” Inside Higher Ed, August 22.
- Wynn, Colleen E.* and Elizabeth Ziff*. 2023. “US Universities Must Resist Pressure to Cut Gen Ed Requirements.” Times Higher Education, August 6.
- Wynn, Colleen E.* and Elizabeth Ziff*. 2022. “Broken Promises?” Inside Higher Ed, June 24.
- Wynn, Colleen E.* and Elizabeth Ziff*. 2022. “Why Our “New Normal” Feels Anything But” Visible Magazine, May 31.
- Wynn, Colleen E. 2022. “The Fair Housing Act Must Be Strengthened and Expanded” Newsweek, April 25.
- Wynn, Colleen E.* and Elizabeth Ziff*. 2022. “Education Could be Transformational if Politicians Would Get Out of the Way.” The Fulcrum, April 18.
- Wynn, Colleen E.* and Elizabeth Ziff*. 2022. “Fellow White Women, It’s Time to Talk About Feminism.” The Fair Observer, March 18.
- Ferreira, Ana María* and Colleen E. Wynn*. 2022. “Invest in Infrastructure: People Need access to Public Transit.” The Hill, February 12.
- Wynn, Colleen E., Heidi H. Ewen, and Karen L. Newman. 2022. “Creating Better Working Conditions in America.” Fair Observer, January 24.
- Wynn, Colleen E. 2022. “Is the U.S. Child Friendly?” Newsweek, January 19.
- Wynn, Colleen E. 2021. “Start Small to Change the World.” The Progressive Magazine, December 20.
- Miller, Amanda Jayne* and Colleen E. Wynn*. 2021. “The Affordable Housing Crisis Is Destroying Relationships and Families.” Newsweek, October 21.
- Wynn, Colleen E. 2021. “More Than a Home: Housing Is a Human Right.” US News & World Report, October 5.
Expert media/public appearances
- Interview 2022. “Fair Housing in Ohio” on All Sides with Ann Fisher, WOSU, April 26, 2022.
- Interview with WISH TV IndyGo riders concerned about proposed bill that could cut additional transit lines
- Wynn, Colleen E. 2020. “Teaching Urban Sociology in a Time of Mass Uprisings for Racial Justice and the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Community and Urban Sociology American Sociological Association section newsletter and blog.
Coverage of research
- Friedman, Samantha, Recai Yucel, Colleen E. Wynn, and Joseph R. Gibbons. 2019. “Muslim/Non-Muslim Locational Attainment in Philadelphia: A New Fault Line in Residential Inequality?” Demography 56(4):1327–1348. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13524-019-00797-z
- Black and Muslim Disadvantage Hits Home in Philadelphia – Work in Progress (blog post written by authors)
- Study: Muslim-Americans Face Significant Housing Inequality (Spectrum News Albany, NY)
- Muslims in Philadelphia face more housing disadvantages than non-Muslims, report says. Some Philly Muslims don’t see a problem. (coverage from Philadelphia)
- Residential Inequality Exists for Muslims Researchers discover sharp disparities in residential attainment due to religion and race
- Sociology professor publishes article over residential segregation (The Reflector)
Campus media coverage
- Appeared on campus podcast, Juneteenth Conversations, hosted by Dr. Michael Cartwright, episode “Residential Segregation: Then & Now”, recorded May 24, 2021
- Interviewed for the article “The Census: Why it matters and what the UIndy community is doing” by Cameron Blakenship in The Reflector
- Interviewed for the article “Gentrification hurts low-income Hoosiers, but it doesn’t have to” by Ally Nickerson in The Reflector