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College Faculty in the News: March 11, 2019

Professor Bill Trollinger, Department of History and director of the Core Program, discusses the long history of the Ku Klux Klan in Ohio. Follow this and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.

"How to Choose Between an MBA and an MPA Degree"
U.S. News and World Reports, March 7, 2019
Associate Professor Joshua Ambrosius, Department of Political Science and Director of the Master of Public Administration Program.

"Ohio Has Lengthy History with KKK"
Spectrum News 1, March 5, 2019
Professor Bill Trollinger, Department of History and Director of Core Integrated Studies Program.

"4 things to know about Ash Wednesday"
The Conversation, March 5, 2019
Associate Professor Bill Johnston, Department of Religious Studies.

"Dayton-Transplant Helping UD Be a Leader in Sustainability"
ABC22/Fox45, Feb. 26, 2019
Executive Director Ben McCall, Hanley Sustainability Institute.

"Catholic connection to blackface goes back to the racist act's start"
National Catholic Reporter, Feb. 26, 2019
Professor Leslie Picca, chair, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work and Roesch Chair-elect in the Social Sciences.

"Catholic Church Holds Summit on Sex Abuse"
ABC22/Fox45, Feb. 26, 2019
Associate Professor Sandra Yocum, Department of Religious Studies and University Professor of Faith and Culture.

"Pope Francis Condemns Clergy Abuse Crisis, Fails to Offer Concrete Action"
The Epoch Times, Feb. 24, 2019
Associate Professor Sandra Yocum, Department of Religious Studies and University Professor of Faith and Culture.

"Catholic Leaders Meet at the Vatican to Address the Church's Child Sex Abuse Crisis"
Newsy, Feb. 22, 2019
Associate Professor Sandra Yocum, Department of Religious Studies and University Professor of Faith and Culture.

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