Monday December 11, 2017

College Faculty in the News: Dec. 10, 2017

Local news agency, The Oakwood News, picked up on the value of the iconic Old River Park doubling as a living laboratory for University of Dayton environmental biology students. Follow this and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.

“Human Trafficking: A Call for Good Samaritans”
ALIVE, Marianist Culture, Faith and Community, Fall/Winter 2017
Lecturer Anthony Talbott, director of Abolition Ohio; interim executive director of the Human Rights Center.

Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as capital of Israel
ABC22/Fox45, Dec. 7, 2017
Lecturer Anthony Talbott, director of Abolition Ohio; interim executive director of the Human Rights Center.

Arts Focus: Jimmy Leach, University of Dayton Jazz Ensemble
Discover Classical, WDPR/88.1 FM & WDPG 89.9 FM, Dec. 5, 2017
Lecturer Jimmy Leach, department of music.

“Experts weigh in on DeWine and Husted teaming up for gubernatorial race”
abc22now.com, ABC22/Fox45, Nov. 30, 2017
Associate Professor Nancy Martorano Miller, department of political science and associate director of research, University Honors Program.

“New life for Old River: NCR park serves as research site for UD biology students”
The Oakwood Register, Nov. 29, 2017
Associate Professor Ryan McEwan, department of biology and director of the Environmental Biology Program.

“New Programs: Data Analytics, Public Health, Criminal Justice, Chinese, Early Childhood, Leadership, Computer Science, Sustainability, Creative Writing, Economics, Supply Chain Management”
Inside Higher Ed, Nov. 28, 2017
Associate Professor Rebecca Potter, department of English and Director of Sustainability Studies Program. (Listing links to UD News)

“What Did You Do for Winter Break?”
The Chronicle of Higher Education, Nov. 26, 2017
Benjamin Schmeusser, premedical programs’ Global Brigades program.

“Commentary: Extreme Precipitation Events And The Miami Valley”
91.3/WYSO Public Radio, Yellow Springs OH, Nov. 13, 2017
Professor Robert Brecha, department of physics, Research Director for the Hanley Sustainability Institute.

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