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Dr. Michael New

MICHAEL  J.  NEW, Ph.D., is a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Busch School 

of Business at The Catholic University of America. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate
from Dartmouth College,  Dr.  New  received a master's degree in statistics and 
a doctorate in political  science from Stanford University in 2002.

Before coming to the Washington, DC area, Dr.  New  worked as a postdoctoral researcher
at the Harvard-MIT Data Center.  He later taught at, The University
of Alabama, the University of Michigan -- Dearborn, and Ave Maria University

Dr.  New  researches and writes about the social science of pro-life issues.
He gives presentations on both the positive impact of pro-laws and the
gains in public support for the pro-life position. He is a frequent
blogger on National Review Online's "The Corner."

Dr.  New's has had two studies on pro-life legislation published by the
academic journal State Politics and Policy Quarterly. Four of his
other studies on the effects of pro-life legislation have been
published by the Heritage Foundation and another study was published
by Family Research Council in 2008.

Dr.  New  has given multiple presentations at the annual convention of
the National Right to Life Committee. He has also spoken at Harvard
University, Notre Dame University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
the University of Pennsylvania, the College of the Holy Cross, and The
University of Alabama Law School.

His writings have appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer, The Atlanta Journal
Constitution, National Review Online, Catholic Social Science Review, State
Politics and Policy Quarterly, The Weekly Standard, National Review, and
the  New  York Post. 
Dr. Michael New

Dr. Michael New

Professor at the University of Michigan-Dearborn