Mongabay News (May 2, 2022): “Tropical mammals under rising chemical pollution pressure, study warns

Indiana University News Podcast (Sept. 14, 2020): “Primate poop and angry Americans

Environmental Health News (Sept. 9, 2020): “Toxic pesticides and flame-retardants found in monkey, baboon, and chimpanzee poop

News at IU (Sept. 9, 2020): “Primate feces could hold key to understanding threats to wildlife from chemical pollutants

Innovation News Network (July 17, 2020): “Improving tropical forest conservation through interdisciplinary research

Scientia (May 20, 2020): “Saving Tropical Forests Through International Research Collaboration: Dr. Peter Beck & Dr. Michael Wasserman

Indiana University Themester 2018 Animal/Human Podcast, College of Arts and Sciences, “You Are What You Eat

Indiana Public Radio, Earth eats (June 29, 2018): “Wild Rice, Food Memories, Fireflies And Monkey Scat

Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U) News (December 2015): “Connecting Students and Supporting Faculty through Technology at St. Edward’s University”

New Scientist (Issue 2860, p.11): “Other primates share human taste for plant oestrogens

The Academic Minute (June 29, 2012; Northeast Public Radio): “Soy Diets and Primate Evolution

University of California Food Blog (July 17, 2012): “Looking to Darwin to understand soy

Kyoto University Primate Research Institute PrimateCast (September 2, 2012): “The PrimateCast #6: On location at the 24th Congress of the International Primatological Society in Cancun, Mexico

The Where, The Why, and The How: 75 Artists Illustrate Wondrous Mysteries of the Universe (Chronicle Books, 2012): “Why do some primates eat plants that produce steroid mimics?

University of California, Berkeley News Center (November 19, 2012): “Eating estrogenic plants alters hormones in monkeys, may increase aggression and sex