Sheldon Howard Jacobson Ph.D.
In the News (2019)
(12 November 2019) “Op-Ed: Eyes on Detroit as airport seeks to attract non-flyers,” published by Sheldon H. Jacobson on Runway Girl Network.
(30 October 2019) Op-ed, “is my ‘real ID’ a REAL ID?” published by Sheldon H. Jacobson on the American Thinker.
(22 August 2019) Op-ed, “Data Dispels Two Commons Myths about Mass Killings” published by Sheldon H. Jacobson on the Morning Consult.
(17 August 2019) “Are Mass Shootings Becoming More Common?” quotes Sheldon H. Jacobson’s research on trends in mass killings in the United States (Anthony Lopez, Psychology Today).
(9 July 2019, Coastal Daybreak with Ben Ball, WTKF FM107, Morehead City, NC) Interview with Sheldon H. Jacobson on the Supreme Court opinion on gerrymandering and how algorithms can be used to address the problem.
(20 June 2019) Op-ed, “This Isn’t How it Was Supposed to Work: Has PreCheck become Unchecked?” published by Sheldon H. Jacobson on RealClearDefense.
(26 March 2019, Kevin Stankiewicz, Columbus Dispatch) “The Columbus man behind the last remaining perfect NCAA bracket” quoted Sheldon H. Jacobson on the likelihood of the remaining games also being correct.
(20 March 2019) "Illinois professor creates women’s NCAA Tournament simulator," (Doug Feinberg, Associated Press) features the Women’s Basketball tournament simulator launched at bracketodds by Sheldon H. Jacobson. The story appeared on-line and in print in numerous outlets, including Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, USAToday, Houston Chronicle, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Daily Herald (Chicago), News Day, Charlotte Observer, Seattle Times, Washington Times, Miami Herald, The Score, Orlando Sentinel, and others. See also “An Illinois Professor has developed the first ever NCAA women’s Tournament simulator” (21 March 2019, Vinciane Ngomso, Yahoo Sports) and “100 trips through a NCAA women’s bracket simulator” (22 March 2019, Alex Simon, High Post Hoops).
(17 March 2019) Op-ed, Bracketology isn't just for March Madness. It can save lives, save money and solve problems, published by Sheldon H. Jacobson on foxnews.com.