Please also look at my book on parenting
Popular works by Kevin
Welders vs. philosophers: We need them both but philosophers take more grief Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
A response to a comment from presidential candidate Marco Rubio about the value of philosophy.
Regents encouraged to rethink social-media policy Manhattan Mercury (subscription required, here is a free version)
An open letter to the Kansas Board of Regents regarding their policy on social media
Applying game theory to Syria, International norms tend to dissolve if they are not enforced Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
An opinion piece I wrote on the enforcement of norms and the crises over chemical weapons use in Syria
The Next Page: Everyday uses for Game Theory Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
A game theorist's version of "Dear Abby."
The Anti-Trump Endorsement Game: The mathematical strategy behind endorsing Ted Cruz, as explained by game theory at The Atlantic
The game theory behind presidential endorsements
Game theory an interview with Jonathan McCrea at FutureProof
FutureProof is a popular science radio show on NewsTalk in Ireland. I spoke with them about how game theory is used to study everything from war to parenting.
How to win at game theory at The New Scientist
Game theory for everyday life.
Game Theory Secrets for Parents by Jennifer Breheny Wallace, Wall Street Journal
An article on using game theory to solve parenting dilemmas.
Not Safe For Funding: The N.S.F. and the Economics of Science by Dylan Walsh, The New Yorker
A piece about the politics and economics of science funding
Newsmaker: Kevin Zollman by Jason Cato, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
A brief note about my NSF Early Career award.
Hunger Game: Is Honesty Between Animals Always the Best Policy? by Natalie Wolchover, Scientific American. Originally written for Simons Science News
A description of my research into honesty in animal communication
Crowds Are Not People, My Friend by Maggie Koerth-Baker New York Magazine
A discussion about the relationship between individuals and groups. It contains an interview with a collaborator and former student, Conor Mayo-Wilson, about our research on learning in groups
Wees naief en geloof iedereen by Charolette Vlek de Groene Amsterdammer (In Dutch)
A discussion of a presentation that I gave on trusting others