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College Faculty in the News: January 24, 2020

Shelley Inglis, Executive Director of the Human Rights Center, recently discussed concerns over the safety of Iranian-Americans in light of ongoing military actions in the Middle East. Follow this and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.

"Local Iranian Americans fear tensions could disturb peace and business"
WDTN, ABC22/Fox45 and Dayton Daily News, Jan. 8, 2020
Executive Director Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center.

"'Big things on the horizon' for Dayton, downtown"
Dayton Daily News, Jan. 11, 2020
Department of Computer Science.

"Cloudy with a Chance of Podcast: Earthquakes"
Dayton Daily News, Jan. 20, 2020
Associate Professor Allen McGrew, Department of Geology.

"College on the Range"
Inside Higher Ed, Dec. 16, 2019
Professor William Portier, Department of Religious Studies and Mary Ann Spearin Chair of Catholic Theology.

"Why Martin Luther King’s anti-racism crusade needs to be renewed | Opinion"
Pennsylvania Capital-Star, Jan. 20, 2020
Professor Julius Amin, Department of History and Alumni Chair in Humanities.

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