“The pay inequality ruling women in the arts,” The Economist.

“A Field Where Working Moms Aren’t Punished,” The Atlantic.

Interview: “Giving Artists Survival Tools In The Gig Economy,” KJZZ (NPR affiliate).

Interview: “Steven Tepper Talks About How ASU Art Students Are Changing Downtown Phoenix,” KJZZ (NPR affiliate).

“Steven J. Tepper, New ASU Herberger Institute Dean, Talks Arts, Policy, and Community,” Phoenix New Times

Interview: “ASU Dean On Liberal Arts Education,” KJZZ (NPR affiliate).

“A Fine Arts Degree May Be a Better Choice Than You Think” in the Wall Street Journal

Interview: Conversation: Why Do Americans Protest Art?” PBS.

Interview: Vanderbilt research: Support for double majors could pay major dividends. Vanderbilt News.

“Should Colleges Ban Double Majors?” In Time Magazine.

“The Myth of the Starving Artist.” In USA Today

“Double Majors Are More Creative” in Psychology Today

“The Rise of the Double Major” in The Chronicle of Higher Education

“Portrait of the Artist as Scrappy, Fulfilled Graduates” in The Chronicle of Higher Education

“Artists Are Not Doing So Badly After All” in Sculpture Magazine.

Interview in the Nashville Scene

BBC Thinking Allowed (interview starts at 14 minutes)

Interview with Mark Callahan, Ideas for Creative Exploration, University of Georgia

Interview at Louisiana State University College of Music and Dramatic Arts

Interview with Arts Presenters about Engaging Art: The Next Great Transformation of America’s Cultural Life

Interview with Arts for Colorado about creativity and the workforce

Interview at Wooster College about the link between personal biography, creativity and higher education

Interview with the Baton Rouge Advocate about arts education

Interview with the Daily Hampshire Gazette about creativity and higher education

“Is Steven Tepper Superman” Boise Weekly

Interview with Rosemary Magee, Emory University, as part of the Creative Conversations series