- Radio Health Journal Interview on COVID transmission in restaurants and household gatherings with Reed Pence Nov 2020
- New York Times Nov 18 2020: The Coronavirus Is Airborne Indoors. Why Are We Still Scrubbing Surfaces?
- CU Today Oct 28 2020: Ask an expert: Staying safe this winter and holiday season during COVID-19
- TIME Oct 27 2020: Is There Any Safe Way to Socialize Inside This Winter?
- Medium Oct 24 2020: America Needs a National Mask Mandate ASAP
- Elemental Oct 22 2020: Six Feet Is Not Enough and 15 Minutes Is Too Long
- Quartz Oct 19 2020: To win customers’ trust, restaurants are paying to improve ventilation
- USA Today Oct 19 2020: Ventilation and air filtration play a key role in preventing the spread of COVID-19 indoors
- Elemental Sep 28 2020: Read This Before You Even Consider Dining Indoors
- LA Times Jun 1 2020: Scientists to choirs: Group singing can spread the coronavirus, despite what CDC may say
- I gave a webinar for the CU Boulder LEEDs School of Business Alumni Association on May 1, 2020 on “How Can Airborne Transmission of COVID-19 Indoors be Minimized?”
- ASME recently interviewed me and my colleague for a blog on how to engineer the new workplace in response to decreasing the risk of disease transmission
- Nature featured our paper on Apr 20, 2020: “Rising carbon dioxide levels will make us stupider.”
- I was interviewed for the Student published paper CU Independent on air quality impacts and reducing the risk of COVID19 infection. Mar 30 2020.
Webinar for RetrotecEnergy, HVAC and COVID19: An education on the indoor air/virus relationship, Mar 20, 2020
- I was interviewed by Dwell Magazine Jan 2020: Interview Here.
- I sat down with Geeky Girl Reality in Jan 2020 and shared my version of #STEMStories: https://www.geekyreality.com/blog/stemstories-shelly-professor-usa/
- Forbes and The Atlantic both wrote articles mentioning our paper on the possibility of climate change making us “dumber,” Dec 2020.
- CPR News Jan 6 2020: Why Denver Sometimes Smells Like Mothballs (And Other Unpleasant Things). Many Denverites notice mothball-like odors while driving on I-25. Dr. Shelly Miller, professor of environmental engineering, was mentioned for her research on Denver odors, their sources and how they affect locals.
- Room to Breathe: The Quest for Clean Air was published in Wired by Lisa Wood Shapiro on, Dec 12, 2019, and Lisa interviewed me for this article and includes these quotes:
- “I now cook on an induction stove top,” she said. “It doesn’t create the pollution that gas does.”
- “And I tell people to get rid of their rugs.”
- I was interviewed by @jenniferJolly for an article in USA Today, about low-cost indoor air quality monitors on, Sep 17, 2019
- I’ll be joining OpenHour at Public Lab Aug 5 2019 1pm ET to discuss what can you do when odors start affecting your neighborhood. I also recently contributed to Public Lab’s recent Community Science Forum issue 16 exploring odor logging. Learn about how to describe and monitor smells, where to report them, and hear from people working on new technology for monitoring and reporting.
- I helped break down some of the top air pollutants you may find in your home and how to know if it’s time to get an air filter. Check out the article here! Jul 14, 2019.
- I was interviewed on BBC, here is the two minute audio of this short piece about indoor air pollution, May 7, 2019
- New York Times Science published an article on Indoor Air Quality, focusing on CO2
effects on cognition, for which I was interviewed. It is an excellent piece, read it now!
I was invited to give a talk at the National Academy of Sciences Microbiology of the Built Environment 2017 Symposium https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7n8oc-ITbw. And the title of talk was Building Engineering Controls for Improving Occupant Health: Mitigating Airborne Particles, Toxic Gases, and Infectious Aerosols.