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College Faculty in the News: October 10, 2019

Professor Bill Trollinger, Department of History and Core Integrated Studies Program, discusses the history of Christian fundamentalism in the United States and the impact of this movement on modern society. Follow this and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.

"Fundamentalism turns 100, a landmark for the Christian Right"
The Conversation, Oct. 8, 2019
Professor William Trollinger, Department of History and director, Core Integrated Studies Program.

"11 Signs You’re in Love, According to Relationship Experts"
Cosmopolitan, Oct. 8, 2019
Associate Professor R. Matthew Montoya, Department of Psychology.

"‘American Factory’ review: Made in America (by the Chinese)"
America, the Jesuit Review, Oct. 4, 2019
Professor Vincent Miller, Department of Religious Studies and Gudorf Chair in Catholic Theology and Culture.

"Why Trump’s Favorite 2016 Map Should Scare Him"
The Atlantic, Oct. 3, 2019
Associate Professor Joshua Ambrosius, Department of Political Science and Director, Master of Public Administration Program.

"How U.S. airports make money"
CNBC, Oct. 2, 2019
Professor Janet Bednarek, Department of History.

"YWCA and UD students wrap purple ribbons around Dayton for abuse awareness"
WDTN-TV, Oct. 1, 2019
Students in the Criminal Justice Studies Program, Professor Martha Henderson Hurley, director.

"Trump scorns United Nations as tensions with Iran flare over Saudi oil attacks"
The Conversation, Sep. 24, 2019
Executive Director Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center.

"Human rights conference is going against the grain"
WVXU-FM (Cincinnati) and WOSU-AM (Columbus, Ohio), Sep. 24, 2019
Youssef Farhat, Human Rights Center
Executive Director Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center.

"Little Miami Watershed Network, River Stewards partnering"
Xenia Daily Gazette, Sep. 19, 2019
Student Shannon Stanforth, River Steward, Fitz Center for Leadership in Community, Hunter Phillips Goodman, executive director.

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