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College Faculty in the News: October 25, 2017

Jada Woods, political science and communication/journalism double major ('18) hosted a podcast series of recorded stories from citizens of Ferguson, Missouri based on interviews conducted by a cohort of University of Dayton 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.

“Commentary: Climate Change And Hurricanes”
91.3/WYSO Public Radio, Yellow Springs OH, Oct. 18, 2017
Professor Robert Brecha, department of physics, Research Director for the Hanley Sustainability Institute.

“The costs of cutting back on clean-air efforts”
Dayton Daily News, Oct. 18, 2017
Professor Robert Brecha, department of physics, Research Director for the Hanley Sustainability Institute.

“Atlanta’s Airport Readies To Become Even Busier”
90.1/WABE Public Radio, Atlanta GA, Oct. 16, 2017
Professor Janet Bednarek, department of history.

“Advocates find there’s little to like in White House immigration plan”
Catholic Daily, Oct. 14
Associate Professor Mark Ensalaco, department of political science, director of human rights research, Human Rights Center.

“Ferguson Voices”
The Big Listen podcast series, 88.5/WAMU Public Radio, Washington, D.C., Oct. 12, 2017
Jada Woods political science and communication/journalism double major ('18), Moral Courage Project team member. The Moral Courage Project is a collaboration between PROOF: Media for Social Justice and the University of Dayton Human Rights Center. Several University of Dayton students are involved in the project, as well as Assistant Professor Joel Pruce, department of political science and Moral Courage Project team lead.

“Always Timeless: Dayton Opera’s The Consul echos issues of the day”
Dayton City Paper, Oct. 10, 2017
Professor Sharon Davis Gratto, department of music and Graul Chair in Arts and Languages.

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