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College Faculty in the News: January 10, 2019

Martha Hurley, director of the Criminal Justice Studies program, recently discussed proposed legislation that would change sentencing regulations, reduce incarceration times and address women's rights issues within the federal criminal justice system. Follow this and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.

"Conflict in Cameroon is extracting a heavy toll on ordinary people"
The Conversation, Dec. 11, 2018
Professor Julius Amin, Department of History and Alumni Chair in Humanities.

"Ford, Volkswagen Explore Broad Partnership, but Deny Merger"
Detroit Free Press, Dec. 14, 2018
Professor John Heitmann, Department of History.

"Bishop Appoints Woman to Lead Connecticut Parish"
The Associated Press /, Louisville KY, Dec. 16, 2018
Professor Dennis Doyle, Department of Religious Studies.

"Indian bill to ‘protect’ trafficking victims will make sex workers less safe"
The Conversation, Dec. 17, 2018
Associate Professor Simanti Dasgupta, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work.

"Lessons learned: How Lordstown might benefit from Moraine’s GM experience"
Dayton Daily News, Dec. 17, 2018
Professor John Heitmann, Department of History.

"Lincoln Continental suicide doors, a sign of future autonomous designs?"
Today's Motor Vehicles, Dec. 18, 2018
Professor John Heitmann, Department of History.

"Criminal Justice Reform is on the Horizon"
ABC22/Fox45, Dec. 19, 2018
Professor Martha Henderson Hurley, Director of the Criminal Justice Studies Program.

"Inglis: Nije Vreme Da Dignemo Ruke Od Ljudskih Prava"
Voice of America, Dec. 20, 2018 (foreign language publication)
Executive Director Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center.

"Why you may be more at risk for foodborne infections during the holiday"
The Conversation, Dec. 21, 2018
Assistant Professor Yvonne Sun, Department of Biology.

"UD Human Rights Center Executive Director Shares Insights into Human Rights Issues"
Dayton Business Journal, Dec. 27, 2018
Executive Director Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center.

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